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Andrew Miles

Care of the Patient’. JAMA 1984;252:819-20. 8. Cox J, Campbell A, Fulford W. Medicine of the Person: Faith, Science and Values in Healthcare Provision. London: Jessica Kingsley;2007. 9. Engel GL. The need for a new medical model: a challenge for biomedicine. Science 1977;196:129-36. 10. Engel GL. The clinical application of the biopsychosocial model. American Journal of Psychiatry 1980;137:535-44. 11. Miles A. Person-centered medicine - at the intersection of science, ethics and humanism. Int J Pers Cent

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Amir Mirhaghi, Hossein Karimi Moonaghi, Simin Sharafi and Amir Emami Zeydi

35. Hauck FR, Zyzanski SJ, Alemagno SA, Medalie JH. Patient perceptions of humanism in physicians: effects on positive health behaviors. Family Med. 1989; 22:447-52. 36. Passi V, Doug M, Peile E, Thistlethwaite J, Johnson N. Developing medical professionalism in future doctors: a systematic review. Int J Med Educ. 2010; 1:19-29. 37. Coulehan J. Viewpoint: Today's Professionalism: Engaging the Mind but Not the Heart. Acad Med. 2005;80:892-8.

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Bożena Płonka-Syroka

w dziełach polsko-łacińskich poetów humanistycznych. In: Człowiek wobec natury - humanism wobec nauk przyrodniczych. Humanism. Idee, nurty i paradygmaty humanistyczne w kulturze polskiej, vol. 1. Sokolski J. editor, Warszawa: Wydawnictwo Neriton; 2010. p. 55-75. 19. Kuderowicz Z. Filozofia nowożytnej Europy. Warszawa: Państwowe Wydawnictwo Naukowe; 1989. p. 510-42; Miodoński L. Całość jako paradygmat rozumienia świata w myśli przełomu romantycznego, Wrocław: Oficyna Wydawnicza Arboretum, 2001, p. 178-188. 20. Pfeifer K. Medizin der

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Marija Petek Šter, Branko Šter, Davorina Petek and Eva Cedilnik Gorup

. Stability of values during medical school. Med Teach 2010; 32: 779-81. 11. Rosenthal S, Howard B, Schlussel YR, Herrigel D, Smolarz G, Gable B et al. Humanism at heart: preserving empathy in thirdyear medical students. Acad Med 2011; 86: 350-8. 12. Klemenc Ketiš Z, Kersnik J. Using movies to teach professionalism to medical students. BMC Med Educ 2011; 11: 60. 13. Petek Ster M. Teaching communication at the Medical School in Ljubljana. Acta Medica Academ 2012; 41: 38-46. 14. Hemmerdinger JM, Stoddart SDR

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Sebastian Sawonik, Monika Kozłowiec, Aleksandra Kołodyńska, Adam Domagała, Anna Aftyka, Joanna Milanowska, Patrycja Gierszon, Maria Dorota Kwika and Marzena Samardakiewicz

. Hygeia Public Health. 2012;47(2):223-6. 4. Coutts-van Dijk LC, Bray JH, Moore S, Rogers J. Prospective study of how students’ humanism and psychosocial beliefs relate to specialty matching. Acad Med. 1997;72(12):1106-8. 5. Department for Education of the United Kingdom. Counselling in schools: a blueprint for the future. Department advice for school leaders and counsellors. 2016;1-40. Available from: 6. Sringer K, Kerpelman J, Skorikov V

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Zbigniew Dziubiński

Tourism through the Eyes of the Holy See

The Vatican's vision of tourism is based on Christian humanism, integral humanism and personalism. At the very core of the vision are human beings, who are not only the creators of tourism but also its ultimate goal, and for this reason all values of the natural world should be unconditionally subordinated to the good that are people. Consequently, the fundamental goal of tourism is to satisfy the needs of exploration, relaxation, entertainment and, first and foremost, the spiritual and intellectual needs of every person. Tourism has to help build a sense of community. It should also contribute to the elimination of poverty and foster the sense of responsibility for the environment. Tourism must not be exclusive to the rich and it should never be a time of depravity, promiscuity and, consequently, the degradation of people. Tourism should become an opportunity for all people to discover their contemplative dimension, giving them a chance to see God in nature and first of all, in other people.

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Rögnvaldur D. Ingthorsson

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Mark Nesti

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Barbara Wolny

References Wolny, B., Physical education in the reformed school. The status and position of physical education in Polish school [in Polish]. KUL, Lublin 2006. Kowalczyk, S., The principles of Christian personalism. In: Barlak M. (ed.), Personalistic vision of sport [in Polish]. Wydawnictwo Salezjańskie, Warszawa 1994, 17-19. Nowak, M., Basics of open pedagogy [in Polish]. RW KUL, Lublin 2000. Maritain, J., Integral humanism: Temporal and Spiritual Problems