Health consciousness monitoring

Software enables to monitor the extent of health consciousness of the tested individuals. Application is designed as a self-assessment tool that uses the pre-defined set of indicators and measures the four dimensions of health consciousness, i.e. overall alertness, self-consciousness, involvement and self-monitoring.

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Diagnosing patient self-advocacy

Name: Diagnosing patient self-advocacy Year: 2015 Author(s): Ing. Otakar ĎurďaIng. Mgr. Jiří Remr, Ph.D., MBA Description: A software application measures the intensity of patients’ self-advocacy, i.e., their approach to treatment proposed by their general practitioner. Patient self-advocacy is based on three dimensions. These are the amount of information about the disease,the ability to express one?s […]

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Use of specialised dermatologist care by person at risk of skin cancer

When it comes to skin cancer, it is a sign of caring for one’s health if people behave in a certain way, in particular if they stay in the sun for safe periods of time, avoid suntanning in sunbeds and use sunscreens. It is also a sign of interest if people visit a specialist physician when in doubt about skin marks or changes in skin condition.

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Self-evaluation of health

Health is important for the life of every individual and its significance increases with age. The way in which the elderly view their health is reflected not only in their mobility and physical state, but also in terms of psychological perspective.

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Use and preference of social services from an elderly perspective

Social services are without a doubt an integral factor in the care for seniors in regard to social inclusion. The completed research survey focused not only on selected social services as defined by Act No. 108/2006 Coll., on social services, but also on other services that this law does not apply to.

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