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Znanje prve pomoči vaditeljev in tekmovalcev cheerleadinga pri najpogostejših poškodbah v tej športni panogi : poročilo o raziskavi
Blatnik, Valerija (Author), Hiti, Nina (Mentor) More about this mentor... This link opens in a new window, Dolenc, Eva (Co-mentor)

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Abstract
Uvod: Cheerleading je šport, ki se je v Sloveniji začel razvijati konec 20. stoletja, v Združenih državah Amerike pa že v 19. stoletju. Sestavljajo ga elementi gimnastike, akrobatike ter skoki, meti, postavljanje piramid, dvigi in ples. Cheerleading je šport, ki se srečuje s poškodbami zaradi nedokončanih ali nepravilno izvedenih gimnastičnih in akrobatskih elementov na višini ter pri postavljanju piramid. Ob nastalih poškodbah morajo tekmovalci in vaditelji pravilno ukrepati in znati dati ustrezno prvo pomoč. Namen: Namen diplomskega dela je bil ugotoviti znanje prve pomoči vaditeljev ter tekmovalcev cheerleadinga pri najpogostejših poškodbah v cheerleadingu, ugotoviti, katere poškodbe so tekmovalci in vaditelji cheerleadinga imeli ali se z njimi samo srečali v času treniranja, kakšno je njihovo poznavanje pravilnih ukrepov prve pomoči na danih teoretičnih primerih in kakšen interes imajo za pridobivanje dodatnega znanja o prvi pomoči. Metode dela: Uporabljena je bila deskriptivna metoda dela. Zbiranje podatkov je potekalo s pomočjo anonimnega anketnega vprašalnika, ki je bil preko elektronskega naslova poslan vaditeljem in tekmovalcem, starejšim od 18 let. Rezultati: V raziskavi je sodelovalo 45 vaditeljev in tekmovalcev. S pridobljenimi podatki o poškodbah je bilo ugotovljeno, da največ poškodb nastane v času treninga. V času treninga, tekmovanja in na nastopu se pripeti največ udarnin in ran (91 %), poškodb gležnja (69 %) in poškodb kolena (67 %). S strani anketirancev je znanje prve pomoči dobro. Nižjo raven znanja o prvi pomoči je na področju poškodbe glave in hrbtenice. Razprava in sklep: Večina anketiranih vaditeljev in tekmovalcev cheerleadinga je v svoji karieri že imela ali pa se srečala z različnimi poškodbami. S strani vaditeljev in tekmovalcev je velik odstotek tistih, ki se želijo udeležiti dodatnega usposabljanja iz prve pomoči. Znanje s področja prve pomoči je pomembno, z znanjem bi lažje prepoznali vrste poškodb in pravilno ukrepali ter zmanjšali posledice in pripomogli k hitrejši povrnitvi v šport.

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:navijanje, prva pomoč, poškodbe
Work type:Bachelor thesis/paper (mb11)
Organization:ZF - University College of Health Studies
Year:2017
COBISS.SI-ID:5270379 Link is opened in a new window
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Language:English
Title:Coaches' and cheerleaders' first aid knowledge about the most common injuries in cheerleading : research report
Abstract:
Introduction: Cheerleading is a sport which began to be developed in Slovenia at the end of the 20th century, and as early as in the 19th century in the United States of America. It is made up of elements of gymnastics and acrobatics, and jumps, tosses, the building of pyramids, lifts and dance. Cheerleading is a sport that may result in injuries due to unfinished or incorrectly performed gymnastic and acrobatic elements at heights or when building pyramids. When injuries occur, the cheerleaders and coaches must take the right actions and give appropriate first aid. Purpose: The purpose of the bachelor thesis was to determine the knowledge of first aid among coaches and cheerleaders regarding the most common cheerleading injuries. To establish which injuries the cheerleaders and cheerleading coaches have already had or which injuries they have come across during training; how well they knew the right first aid measures for the given theoretical examples; and how interested they were in gaining additional knowledge of first aid. Work methods: A descriptive work method was used; data was collected using an anonymous online questionnaire, which had been sent by email to coaches and cheerleaders over 18. Results: 45 coaches and cheerleaders took part in the survey. The acquired data on injuries shows that most injuries occur during training. The most common injuries during training, competition and at performances are contusions and wounds (91%), ankle injuries (69%) and knee injuries (67%). The respondents have demonstrated good knowledge of first aid. They have poorer knowledge of first aid in the case of head injuries and spine injuries Discussion and conclusion: Most of the cheerleading coaches and cheerleaders have already had or have come across injuries during their career. A high percentage of coaches and cheerleaders (93%) want to attend additional training. Knowledge of first aid is very important, as it would enable them to more easily identify the types of injuries and take appropriate actions, thus reducing the consequences and contributing to a faster return to sport.

Keywords:cheerleading, first aid, injury

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