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PozycjaFamily - Health - Disease(Oficyna Wydawnicza AFM, 2016) Bramušková, Jarmila; Balogová, Eva; Spodniaková, Miroslava; Gerlichová, Katarina; Matišáková, Iveta; Zichová, Miroslava; Goździalska, Anna; Shvediuk, Tetiana; Karasiewicz, Adrian; Kowalewska, Marta; Kadučáková, Helena; Jaśkiewicz, Jerzy; Jaśkiewicz, Jerzy; Dębska, Grażyna; Ławska, Wioletta; Kudlová, Pavla; Kutnohorská, Jana; Tomaszewska, Katarzyna; Lemańska, Dorota; Vanková, Beáta; Milaniak, Irena; Raková, Jana; Hudáková, Paulína; Valentová, Katarina; Šupínová, Mária; Gurín, Daniel; Bramušková, Jarmila; Miksaiová, Anna; Verešová, Jarmila; Krátká, Anna; Dębska, Grażyna; Jaśkiewicz, JerzyThis publication includes opinion and research papers written by authors with academic backgrounds from the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Poland. The monograph consists of 14 chapters and the order of them refers to the relationship between the family and the health of its members. The first seven texts concern children’s health problems. The next two concern widely defined issues of nutrition and adult nursing. The next four discuss health issues of the elderly, while the last describes the dilemma of bereaved family members who have to decide about organ donation. The individual chapters show different aspects of family participation in the treatment and care of children, the elderly, the chronically ill, and the disabled. The discussed topics are a part of the wider issue of social medicine. A very important issue is the interdisciplinary problem of interaction between health and illness and their influence on the family, which is on one hand embedded in medical science, while on the other hand it refers to the social sciences, especially family sociology, psychology, pedagogy, and also social policy to some extent. The authors of the monograph also discuss the issue of life quality of the elderly living in domestic environments and the health and social problems they face. The authors also analyse the role of nurses in promoting health, such as immunisation, rational nutrition, and ethical aspects such as the screening of newborns. This monograph is addressed to all who work or want to work with families and support them in the difficult challenges posed by disease. The authors hope the monograph will increase understanding and familiarity with the health problems of relatives. PozycjaPielęgniarstwo na rzecz milenijnych celów rozwoju. Cz. 2(Oficyna Wydawnicza AFM, 2014) Goździalska, Anna; Kowalewska, Marta; Jaśkiewicz, Jerzy; Kamola, Hanna; Dobrowolska, Beata; Kościołek, Aneta; Richter, Piotr; Stanisz, Andrzej; Łukasz-Paluch, Krystyna; Franek, Grażyna Anna; Trzcińska, Aneta; Mianowana, Violetta; Jendrzejczak, Anna; Poznańska, Małgorzata; Seń, Mariola; Laska, Edyta; Gibas, Beata; Kotyza, Małgorzata; Golik, Magda; Adamski, Radosław; Lizak, Dorota; Maciak, Ewa; Felińczak, Anna; Serafin, Lena; Kądalska, Ewa; Doboszyńska, Anna; Stadnicka, Grażyna; Pawłowska-Muc, Agnieszka; Pajdosz, Barbara; Wrześniak, Barbara Marzena; Klinek, Katarzyna; Bodys-Cupak, Iwona; Janus, Anna; Koleżyńska, Barbara; Wąsowska, Iga; Ptaszyńska, Małgorzata; Repka, Iwona; Wojczyk, Marek; Foryś, Zofia; Franek, Grażyna Anna; Jaśkiewicz, JerzyZ przyjemnością oddajemy w Państwa ręce drugi tom monografii wydanej z okazji XII Kongresu Pielęgniarek Polskich w Krakowie, w którym udział wzięło blisko 500 pielęgniarek, zaprezentowano 160 prac w 9 sesjach. Ta kolejna już publikacja świadczy o dynamicznym rozwoju badań naukowych w pielęgniarstwie. Dowodzi, że pielęgniarstwo to nie tylko zawód, ale i interdyscyplinarna nauka. PozycjaUrozmaicone spożycie żywności przez studentów różnych uczelni w Polsce(Oficyna Wydawnicza AFM, 2014) Seń, Mariola; Laska, Edyta; Gibas, Beata; Kotyza, Małgorzata; Golik, Magda; Adamski, Radosław; Lizak, DorotaIntroduction: Proper health behaviours and healthy eating are a significant factor that helps maintain health and reduce the risk of diseases. The varied food intake is a key element of proper nutrition every man. Proper diet also affects our productivity at work, at college, and on the development of social relationships and perform household duties. Objective: The aim of this study was to evaluate the variety of food consumption among students of different universities in Poland. Material and Methods: As the study technique a standardized questionnaire variety of food consumption FIVeQ was used, developed by Eve Niedźwiedzka and Lydia Wądołowska from the Department of Human Nutrition University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn. Questionnaire consists of 79 questions. The questions concerned the variety of food consumption or consumption of various range of products from basic 8 food groups. The study was conducted on a group of 282 people in the period from March to April 2013. They were students of computer science University of Mining – Metallurgy in Krakow (63 persons), nursing at Andrzej Frycz Modrzewski Krakow Academy (53 persons), the direction of chemical engineering Cracow University of Technology (24 persons), medical direction of the Pomeranian Medical University in Szczecin (69 persons) and law students at the Jagiellonian University in Krakow (73 persons). Results: The study revealed a diverse varied food intake for the courses of various universities. Among the students of the Academy of Science – Technology in Krakow – the direction of science were found in 59% of enough variety of food consumption, 21% adequate, 19% good and 1% excellent. Cracow University of Technology – Chemical Engineering course was observed in 54% enough variety of food consumption, 21% good, 17% inappropriate and 8% very good. Jagiellonian University in Krakow – the law direction: 48% very good variety of food consumption, 34% good, 14% adequate and 4% inadequate. Andrzej Frycz Modrzewski Krakow Academy – the direction of nursing: 43% good variety of food consumption, 32% adequate, 17% very good and 8% inadequate, and at the Pomeranian Medical University in Szczecin – of Medicine found in 52% enough variety of food consumption, 29 % good, 17% inappropriate and 2% very good. Conclusions: The study allowed us to formulate the following conclusions: 1. The best results in terms of food consumption were obtained varied among law students of the Jagiellonian University (48% achieved very good results and 34% good, and only 4% inappropriate) and nursing students at Andrzej Frycz Modrzewski Krakow Academy, where 17% achieved very good results and 43% good results, and only 8% inadequate. 2. It is interesting, however, that the students of the medical well despite a good knowledge of topics related to health and proper nutrition received not the best results in terms of food intake varied: 17% inappropriate, 52% adequate, 29% good, and only 2% very good. 3. Students of technical universities: AGH – University of Cracow and obtained the worst results in terms of varied food intake. The conclusion is that the promotion of a healthy lifestyle and nutritional education especially of young people is still current and important task of public health. PozycjaZagrożenia zdrowotne wśród dzieci i młodzieży. T. 2(Oficyna Wydawnicza AFM, 2011) Lisowska, Aleksandra; Prandota, Józef; Mess, Eleonora; Hajok, Ilona; Marchwińska-Wyrwał, Ewa; Rusin, Monika; Dziubanek, Grzegorz; Pokusa-Baran, Anna; Kulik, Halina; Braczkowska, Bogumiła; Kopczyńska, Elżbieta; Cepuch, Grażyna; Perek, Mieczysława; Foryś, Zofia; Seń, Mariola; Dębska, Grażyna; Cisoń-Apanasewicz, Urszula; Potok, Halina; Leśniak, Magdalena; Zborowska, Iwona; Misiak, Krystyna; Dąbek, Anna; Klisowska, Iwona; Blajerska, Dorota; Absalon, Damian; Słowiński, Jerzy; Ślesak, Barbara; Zawiasa, Agnieszka; Ižová, Marcela; Drozdíková-Kurišová, Kvetoslava; Braczkowska, Bogumiła; Bonar, Renata; Kadučáková, Helena; Zrubáková, Katarína; Seń, Mariola; Dębska, Grażyna