VALÉRIE TÓTHOVÁ

VALÉRIE TÓTHOVÁ cutEMAIL:
tothova@zsf.jcu.cz

QUALIFICATIONS:
PhD

CURRENT JOB TITLE, NAME OF INSTITUTION AND COUNTRY:
Dean of Faculty, Professor in Nursing, Faculty of Health and Social Studies
Jihočeská univerzita v Českých Budějovicích
University of South Bohemia in České Budějovice
Zdravotně sociální fakulta
Czech Republic.

RESEARCH/ TEACHING EXPERIENCE RELATED TO CULTURALLY COMPETENT COMPASSION:
Health Problems and Nursing Care of Minorities.

  • European Cooperation in Science and Technology (COST) – Obesity and overweight in Romany minority in the Region of South Bohemia (2014-2015) LD 14114, V. Tóthová – principal investigator
  • European Cooperation in Science and Technology (COST) – Social determinants and their influence on health of immigrants living in the Czech Republic, V. Tóthová – member of the research team (2013-2015) IS 1103
  • Internal Grant Agency of the Ministry of Health of the Czech Republic (IGA MZ CR) – Providing culturally differentiated nursing care in selected minorities of the Czech Repulic (2008-2011) NS/9606-3, V. Tóthová – principal investigator
  • Internal Grant Agency of the Ministry of Health of the Czech Republic (IGA MZ CR) – Securing of efficient, culturally differentiated nursing care for Vietnamese and Chinese minorities in the Czech Republic, (2005-2007)NR/8473-3, V. Tóthová – principal investigator.

RELATED PUBLICATIONS:
Books (Monographs)

  • Tóthová, V. a kol. Kulturně kompetentní péče u vybraných minoritních skupin [Culturally competent care in selected minority groups]. Praha: Triton, 2012, 277 p. ISBN 978-80-7387-645-6.
  • Tóthová, V. a kol. Zabezpečení efektivní ošetřovatelské péče o vietnamskou a čínskou minoritu [Securing effective nursing care for Vietnamese and Chinese minority]. Praha: Triton, 2010, 195 p. ISBN 978-80-7387-414-8.

Studies (Articles)

  • Olišarová, V., Tóthová, V., Brabcová, I. Determinants of immigrant’s mental health. Kontakt, Volume 16, Issue 1, March 2014, pages e1-e8, ISSN 1212-4117
  • Rolantová, L., Tóthová, V. Buddhists of the Diamond Way Buddhism of Karma Kagjü and their specifities in selected areas of nursing care. Kontakt, Volume 16, Issue 2, June 2014, pages e87-e93, ISSN 1212-4117
  • Velemínský, M., Tóthová, V. Health condition of immigrants in the Czech Republic. Journal of Nursing, Social Studies and Public Health. České Budějovice: Faculty of Health and Social Studies, International Society of Appliedd Preventive Medcine, 2013, Vol. IV, N. 1-2, pp. 47-56 ISSN 1804-1868
  • Michálková, H., Tóthová, V., Rolantová, L. Životní styl příslušníků Církve Ježíše Krista svatých posledních dnů [The lifestyle of members of Mormons]. Kontakt, 2011, vol. XIII, no. 1, p. 38 – 47. ISSN 1212-4117.
  • Tóthová, V., Veisová, V., Michálková, H., Jelečková, M. Attitude to health in members of the Mongolian minority in the Czech Republic. Journal of Nursing, Social Studies and Public Health. ČeskéBudějovice: Faculty of Health and Social Studies, International Society of Applied Preventive Medicine, 2011, Vol. 2, N. 3-4, pp. 219-228 ISSN 1804-1868
  • Rolantová, L. Michálková, H., Tóthová, V. Životní styl vyznavačů buddhismu diamantové cesty [The lifestyle of Diamond Way Buddhism followers]. Kontakt, 2011, p. 30 – 37. vol. XIII, no. 1, p. 30 – 37. ISSN 1212-4117.
  • Tóthová, V., Veisová, V., Jelečková, M., Michálková, H., Rolantová, L., Životní styl mongolské minority v České republice [The lifestyle of the Mongolian minority in the Czech Republic]. Kontakt, 2011, vol. XIII. No. 3, p. 275-286. ISSN 1212-4117.
  • Tóthová, V., Michálková, H., Veisová, V., Jelečková, M. K problematice spokojenosti pacientů z mongolské minority v nemocnicích v České republice [The issue of satisfaction with the hospital care of the patients of the Mongolian minority]. Ošetrovateľstvo a pôrodná asistencia, 2011, vol. IX., no. 4. p. III-VI. ISSN 1336-183X.
  • Tóthová, V., Michálková, H., Šedová, L., Velemínský, M., Samková, J. Securing of efficient, culturally differential nursing care for the vietnamese minority. In Jornal of Nursing, Social Studies and Public Health. České Budějovice: Fakulty of Health and Social Studies, International Society of Applleid Preventive Medcine, 2010, Vol. 1, No. 1-2, pp. 47-53       ISSN 1804-1868

CURRENT AND FUTURE CONTRIBUTION TO VICTcORY:
We would like to become a partner to a virtual Center for transcultural compassion regarding health (VICTcORY) because the focus of our faculty includes transcultural nursing. This is evidenced by our research projects and publications.

OTHER SIGNIFICANT ACHIEVEMENTS:
In the Center of civilization diseases, which is part of our faculty we successfully cooperate with minorities.

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