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The legal status of physiotherapists’ profession

REFERENCES 1. M. Starczyńska J, Karwacińska B, Stepanek-Finda W, et al. Historyczne podstawy fizjoterapii. Studia Med. 2011;21:71-7. 2. Act of 25 September 2015 on Physiotherapist’s Profession (Dz.U.2015.1994), hereinafter referred to as the Act on Physiotherapist’s Profession or the APP. 3. Justification of the draft Act of the Sejm of the Republic of Poland for the seventh term of office. Print No.: 3001, draft of the Act on the physiotherapist’s profession and changes of other Acts; http://www.sejm.gov.pl/Sejm7.nsf/PrzebiegProc.xsp?nr=3001

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Why not nursing? Perceptions of the nursing job by young people of high schools – preliminary study

about a career in nursing: analysis of the narrative from paradigmatic case interviews. Nurse Educ Today. 2008;28(6):680-90 doi: 10.1016/j.nedt.2008.03.008. 5. Nelson G.R, Jones M.C. What predicts the selection of nursing as a career choice in 5th and 6th year school students? Nurse Educ Today. 2012; 32:588–593. doi: 10.1016/j.nedt.2011.06.011. 6. Glereana N., Hupila M., Talmana K., Haavistob E. Young peoples’ perceptions of the nursing profession: An integrative review. Nurse Educ Today. 2017; :57 95-102 doi:org/10.1016/j.nedt.2017.07.008. 7

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Moral dilemmas in professions of public trust and the assumptions of ethics of social consequences

References ANTKOWIAK, P. (2013): Polskie i europejskie standardy wykonywania wolnych zawodów [Polish and European Standards for Practicing of Liberal Professions]. In: Przegląd Politologiczny [Political Science Review], 18(1), pp. 129-142. AUSTIN, J. L. (1961): A Plea for Excuses. In: J. O. Urmson & G. J. Warnock (eds.): Philosophical Papers. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 123-152. BITTNER, B. & STĘPIEŃ, J. (2000): Wprowadzenie do etyki zawodowej. Podręcznik [Introduction to Professional Ethics. Handbook

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Development of a Curriculum to Enhance the Characteristics of the Future Teaching Professions of Undergraduate Students in Thailand

National Economic and Social Development Board. (2015). Direction of the twelfth national economic and social development plan. Bangkok: Office of the Prime Minister Okeke, C. I. O. & Drake, M.L. (2014). Teacher as Role Model: The South African Position on the Character of the Teacher. Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences, 5(20), 1728-1737. Retrieved from https://tinyurl.com/ycz7ugp7 Pornsima, D. (2008). 31 December. The direction in developing teaching profession. Matichon. pp. 23. Prasantree, T. (2012). Teacher

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Partnership as a legal form of exercising the profession of midwife

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Introduction. The profession of midwife belongs to the medical ones. In the Polish legal system, the definition it is not of a legislative nature. It refers to liberal professions associated with practical medical knowledge. However, the profession of midwife has also been included in the catalog of liberal professions under the commercial law, and the legislature allows the practice of midwife in the form of a partnership.

Nevertheless, the majority of midwives working in Poland is employed on the basis of an employment relationship and a civil law agreement, while exercising practice in the form of partnership is not a frequent choice.

Aim. The purpose of this article is to profile the midwife partnership, including the approximation of its essence and purpose, as well as the rights and obligations of the partner, and discussion of the terms and conditions of the company's medical business.

Summary. Compared to other commercial companies, a limited liability partnership company is an attractive legal form for exercising the profession of midwife, primarily because of the partner's liability for the company's obligations. At the same time, the midwife partnership company, by combining both a reduction of personal responsibility, transparent representation with the use of possibility of appointing a board, and the possibility of accumulating financial and intellectual capital, meets the demands of the free services market and growing competition, thereby fostering service quality.

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Burned Out Or Just Frustrated? Reasons Why Physical Education Teachers Leave Their Profession

References Babbie, E. (2001). The Practice of Social Research. Belmont: Wadsworth/Thomson Learning. Cieśliński, R. (2005). Socio-professional situation of physical education teachers. Warszawa: AWF. Kazimierowicz, M. (2012). Professional burnout of teachers - fiction or reality? Nowa Szkoła, 10, 26-31. Krawczyk, Z. (1978). Graduates of universities of physical education. Social study of the profession. Warszawa: AWF. Litzke, S.M. & Schuh H. (2005). Stress, Mobbing und Burn-out am

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Application of Ethics in the Accounting Profession with an Overview of the Banking Sector

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Philosophy of the Profession and Professional Knowledge in the Structure of Professional Identity of Hei Teachers in Riga and Smolensk

References Beijaard, D., Meijer, P.C., & Verloop, N. (2004). Reconsidering research on teachers’ professional identity. Teaching and Teacher Education, (20), 107-128. Emerson, C.H. (2010). Counselor Professional Identity: Construction and Validation of the Counselor Professional Identity Measure. PhD thesis. Greensboro: The University of North Carolina. European Commission (2015). The Teaching Profession in Europe. Practices, Perceptions, and Policies. Eurydice Report. Luxembourg: Publications Office of the

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Promotion of the Military Profession, Recruitment and Selection of Candidates. Conceptual Delimitations

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Romania’s security interests and objectives, the army missions in the current geopolitical context and Romania’s obligations as a member of NATO have imposed the continuation of the process of quantitative and qualitative restructuring of the human resources and determined the decision to renounce compulsory military service in favor of the one based on volunteering, starting with the first of January of 2007. The transition from the army based on compulsory military service to the one based on voluntary service imposed the repositioning of the military profession on the Romanian labor market, especially in relation to the competition represented by other similar institutions.

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Assessing Teacher Competence and Its Follow-up to Support Professional Development Sustainability

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