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Variants of Development of Sports Career of 11-Year-Old Female Swimmers

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The Experience of Dual Career through Slovak Athletes’ Eyes

REFERENCES Amara, M., Aquilina, D. & Henry, I. (2004). Education of young sportspersons (lot 1). Report Finale. Brussels: Directorate-General Education and Culture. Retrieved from Aquilina, D. (2013). A study of the relationship between elite athletes’ educational development and sporting performance. International Journal of the History of Sport , 30 , 374-392. Aquilina, D. & Henry, I. (2010). Elite athletes and university education in Europe: A review of policy

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Barriers and facilitators to conducting research by early career psychiatrists: a literature review

psychiatric departments of American medical schools were found to be research-intensive ( Reynolds et al., 2009 ). Furthermore, the number of early career psychiatrists (ECPs) engaging in research appears to be reducing ( Silberman et al., 2012 ), although there are no precise data to explain this. One of the main goals of (academic and clinical) education in psychiatry should be to encourage individuals in the early stages of their careers to conduct research ( Dellis et al., 2014 ). The lack of motivation to pursue a career in psychiatry research could be addressed as

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Life After a Sports Career: the Case of Polish Ex-fencers

References Allison, M., Mayer, C. (1988). Career problems and retirement among elite athletes: The female tennis professional. Sociology of Sports Journal , 5, 212-222. Babbie, E. (2004). The Practice of Social Research . Warsaw: PWN Babbie, E. (2009). The Basics of Social Research . Warsaw: PWN Bomirska, L., Woźniak, R. (1994). Społeczne problemy sportsu w okresie transformacji ustrojowej w Polsce /Social Problems in Sports during Political System Transformation in Poland/. Roczniki

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A time-trend analysis of intended career choice for family medicine among croatian medical students

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The Development of the Sports Careers of the Best Decathletes in the World and in Poland in the Years 1985–2015

J., Przednowek K., Walaszczyk A. (2014). Sport career in 400 m hurdle run in various groups of the best athletes in the world. In 19th Annual Congress of the European College of Sport Science, 2-5 July 2014 (Abstract). Amsterdam: ECSS. 9. Dziadek B., Przednowek K., Cieszkowski S. (2014). A time series analysis of the best results of sprint running in Poland between 2003-2013. Scientific Review of Physical Culture 4(4), 5-10. 10. Grycmann P., Maszczyk A., Socha T., Gołaś A., Wilk M., Zając T. et al. (2015). Modelling analysis and

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Career Plans of Students of Dental-Medical Major at Medical University of Lublin in The Years 2004-2012


Introduction. Higher education institutions thoroughly analyze the labor market. Knowing the career plans of students is important information showing the potential and direction of development of the labor market.

Aim The aim of the study was to gather information on career plans and further development of graduates of the Division of Dentistry, Medical University of Lublin in the years 2004-2012.

Material and methods The survey covered a group of 743 graduates of medical-dental faculty. Students filled in an anonymous questionnaire after passing the exam in conservative dentistry with endodontics. The questions concerned the location and nature of future work, as well as the desire to specialize and determining the area in which the graduate is planning to specialize.

Results The question: “Where are you planning to start work after graduation?” – was answered by more than 35% of the students: “In a big city outside of Lublin.” Over 24% of respondents expressed a desire to return to their hometown, and 21% declared remaining in Lublin. Approximately 13.6% of respondents were considering going abroad, and about 5.65% of the students declared choosing village or a small town, as a place for future work. Among all graduated students, 45.5% would like to work in a medical joint venture, 38.5% wishing to undertake business activity in their own dental office. Only 7.4% of students declared their desire to remain at the university and carry out scientific work. The vast majority of graduates (87.35%) expressed the desire for specialization. The most frequently indicated specialization was conservative dentistry with endo-dontics – the choice was indicated by 22.62% of the respondents. Students expressed similar interest in further development in the field of oral surgery (20.33%), prosthodontics (20.33%) and orthodontics (18.58%).

Conclusions Most of the students of dental-medical major of Medical University of Lublin after graduation planned to work in Poland. The respondents were planning to work primarily in medical partnerships or to open their own dental offices. The vast majority of respondents declared a desire to get specialization.

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Do medical students have problem with choosing the specialty? Preliminary report of the medical students population based study

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The Correlation Between Personality Dimensions and Young People's Choice of a Medical Career

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School Choice and Vocational Guidance for Schoolchildren With Chronic Diseases and Other Health Problems

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