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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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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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Medical professions in Poland – selected legal aspects

REFERENCES 1. Consolidated text Journal of Laws of 2018 item 180, as amended, Act on Medical Activity, hereinafter referred to as AMA; however, the literature indicates the separation of the law of medical professions as one of the branches of public health law: Poździoch S. Prawo zdrowia publicznego. Zarys problematyki. Kraków: Zdrowie i Zarządzanie; 2004. p. 28. 2. Consolidated text Journal of Laws of 2017 item 1845, as amended. 3. Consolidated text Journal of Laws of 2017 item 1318, as amended. 4. Consolidated text Journal of Laws of

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Knowledge and social opinions about physiotherapists

fizjoterapeuty przez studentów I roku studiów I stopnia polskich uczelni o różnych profilach kształcenia. Fizjoter Poa. 2009; 2 (4); vol. 9:109-121 15. Pujsza A., Tomczak H. Position of physiotheraphy profession in Poland: percepcion of physiotherapy student. Acta Balneologica 2012; 4: 267-273 16. Nowicki G, Ślusarska B. Determinanty społeczno-demograficzne wartościowania zdrowia wśród pracujących osób dorosłych. Hygeia Public Health 2011; 46(2): 280-285 17. Knapik A, Rottermund J, Myśliwiec A, Plinta R, Gruca M. Aktywność

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Prestige of the medical profession. Is there a connection between feminization and decreased prestige?

. Warszawa: Wydawnictwo Naukowe PWN; 2009. 13. Hølge-Hazelton B, Malterud K. Gender in medicine – does it matter? Scand J Public Health. 2009;2:139-45. 14. Williams ChL. The glass escalator, revisited: Gender inequality in neoliberal times, SWS Feminist Lecturer. Gender & Society. 2013;5:609-629. 15. Ramakrishnan A, Sambuco D, Jagsi R. Participation of women in the medical profession: insights from experiences in Japan, Scandinavia, Russia and Eastern Europe. J Womens Health (Larchmt). 2014;23:927-34. 16. Norredam M. Album D. Prestige and its

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Attempt at the assessment of the infuence of the education on the level of knowledge of legal regulations concerning nursing profession among nurses

REFERENCES 1. Law on the profession of a nurse and a midwife of 15 July 2011. 2. Regulation of ministry of Health on scope of medical procedures, which can be performed by nurse and midwife independently, without physicians’ order of 7th November 2007. 3. Law on the self-government of nurses and midwifes of 1st July 2011. 4. Ozdemir HM, Can O, Ergonen AT, et al. Midwives and nurses awareness of patients’ rights. Midwivery. 2009;25:756-65 5. Gaweł G, Plater B, Potok H, Ogonowska D. Świadomość odpowiedzialności zawodowej wśród

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Self- perceived stress in relation to anxiety, depression and health-related quality of life among health professions students: A cross-sectional study from Bosnia and Herzegovina

competitive, and an uncertain future ( 5 , 6 ). Numerous studies analysed the correlation between exposure to aforementioned stressors and students’ health ( 7 , 8 ). It has been shown that stress has a significant, negative impact on overall health ( 7 - 9 ) and may cause mental problems, deleterious dietary changes ( 10 ) as well as generate poor coping skills leading to aggressive behaviour and somatic disorders ( 11 ). Although it is not well-known whether health professions education differs from other higher education, it is generally considered as highly

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Interpersonal Communication in Medical Profession on the Example of Physiotherapists

Abstract

Introduction. The article introduces the reader into the problem area, based on interpersonal relationships between physiotherapists and patients.

Aim. The aim of the study is to learn the factors determining the quality of physiotherapeutic services. The research was carried out in relation to verbal and non-verbal aspects of contact between physiotherapists and patients.

Material and method. The method used in the study was a quantitative survey based on a questionnaire.

Results. Ninety-six percent of respondents state that they have no problems with making interpersonal contact with patients. Fifty-three percent of them show interest in patients during the dialogue and the remaining group only initiates the contact and limits it to personal creativity. The research shows that the gender of the respondents does not significantly affect the ways of showing interest in patients. However, the length of service differentiates their approach to patients as well as the age of the patients themselves.

Discussion. Communication in a profession of physiotherapist refers to the personal preferences and interpersonal skills of the respondents, which can be determined by a specific style of their work. In addition, significantly it is determined by the level of education of future physical therapists, which was mentioned not only by the people in this study, but also in the studies cited in the literature included in the discussion.

Conclusions.The quality of physiotherapy services is determined not only by instrumental preparation of a physiotherapist but also by expression that results from the interpersonal contact. Physiotherapists are aware of building relationships during the first contact. Therefore, they try to make a positive impression. In such way, the quality of treatment can be increased.

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Social and Psychological Background for Emergence of Hypochondriacal Personality Disorders

REFERENCES 1. Vilsh, I. Choosing a Profession: Personal Aspect. Pedagogical Process: Theory and Practice. 2003;1:36-53. 2. Melnychuk OS. Ukrainian Etymological Dictionary. 2003;4:656. 3. Ilin YP. Differential Psychology of Activity. 2008. p. 432. 4. Kovalenko AB, Kornev MN. Social Psychology. 2006. p. 400. 5. Pashchenkov SZ. Hypochondriac states. 1958. p.130.

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Biomechanics of Human Motion, Basics and Beyond for the Health Professions; Barney F. LeVeau; SLACK Incorporated, Thorofare, NJ, USA, 2010, ISBN: 978-1-55642-905-7

Biomechanics of Human Motion, Basics and Beyond for the Health Professions; Barney F. LeVeau; SLACK Incorporated, Thorofare, NJ, USA, 2010, ISBN: 978-1-55642-905-7

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