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Title:Osveščenost mladih o cerebralni paralizi
Authors:ID Fižolnik, Laura (Author)
ID Kegl, Barbara (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
ID Limonšek, Ivanka (Co-mentor)
Files:.pdf VS_Fizolnik_Laura_2021.pdf (816,15 KB)
MD5: 08586A71B636C7562166E5E331FE12A8
PID: 20.500.12556/dkum/e29cb959-2312-4c1a-a919-4151d250239d
 
Language:Slovenian
Work type:Bachelor thesis/paper
Typology:2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis
Organization:FZV - Faculty of Health Sciences
Abstract:Cerebralna paraliza je najpogostejša permanentna oblika invalidnosti med otroki. Osebe z invalidnostjo so velikokrat tarča predsodkov, zato se srečujejo tako z zdravstvenimi izzivi, ki jih prinaša ta oblika invalidnosti, kot s tem, kako jih družba obravnava. Nepoznavanje cerebralne paralize in različni stereotipi povzročajo, da se osebe s cerebralno paralizo izključuje iz družbe, kar pa pri njih povzroča nižanje samozavesti in emocionalne težave. Uporabili smo kvantitativno metodologijo raziskovanja in deskriptivno metodo dela. Raziskavo smo izvedli s pomočjo strukturiranega anketnega vprašalnika. Raziskava je potekala od septembra do decembra. Vprašalnik je izpolnilo 545 anketirancev, starih med 18 in 24 let. Rezultate smo analizirali s pomočjo opisne statistike. Ugotovili smo, da je večina mladih že slišala za cerebralno paralizo, vendar še vedno niso dovolj osveščeni o tej motnji v duševnem razvoju (89 % vprašanih). Rezultati so pokazali, da je mnenje mladih o osebah s cerebralno paralizo razdeljeno in predsodki še prisotni, saj delež mladih še vedno verjame, da bi morali onemogočiti druženje otrok s cerebralno paralizo z vrstniki, ki je nimajo. Potrebna je boljša osveščenost mladih o cerebralni paralizi, saj opažamo napačna prepričanja med njimi. Zdravstveni delavci bomo morali bolje izvajati zdravstveno vzgojo v celotni družbi. Ljudje morajo biti osveščeni s strokovnimi informacijami o otrocih s cerebralno paralizo, saj mladi večino laičnih informacij izvedo drugod. 
Keywords:percepcija javnosti, odnos družbe, vloga diplomirane medicinske sestre, Zveza Sonček
Place of publishing:Maribor
Publisher:[L. Fižolnik]
Year of publishing:2021
PID:20.500.12556/DKUM-79236 New window
UDC:616.831(043.2)
COBISS.SI-ID:73132291 New window
Publication date in DKUM:17.08.2021
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Downloads:61
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Language:English
Title:Awareness of the youth about cerebral palsy
Abstract:Cerebral palsy is the most common permanent form of disability among children. People with disabilities are often target of prejudice, therefore people with cerebral palsy face both health challenges posed by this form of disability and how society treats them. Various stereotypes and unknowing of cerebral palsy often cause social exclusion which causes lower self-esteem and emotional problems. We used a quantitative research methodology and a descriptive method of work. As a research instrument we used structured questionnaire. The survey was conducted from September to December and was completed by 545 respondents aged between 18 and 24 years. The results were analyzed using descriptive statistics. We found that most young people had already heard of cerebral palsy, but we found that young people weren't sufficiently aware of this mental development disorder (89% of respondents). The results showed that young people's opinion of people with cerebral palsy is divided and prejudices are still present, as a proportion of young people still believe that children with cerebral palsy shouldn't be able to socialize with peers who don't have it. Better awareness of young people about cerebral palsy is needed, as we observe misconceptions among young people. Health professionals should better implement health education throughout society. People need to be made aware of expert information about cerebral palsy, because most of youth find lay information elsewhere.
Keywords:public perception, attitude of society, the role of a nurse, Zveza Sonček


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