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Luca G. Campana, A. James P. Clover, Sara Valpione, Pietro Quaglino, Julie Gehl, Christian Kunte, Marko Snoj, Maja Cemazar, Carlo R. Rossi, Damijan Miklavcic and Gregor Sersa

higher quality and standardization of reported studies is needed to improve and support a truly evidence based practice. In our study we only included papers published after 2006, specifically only to include reports published after the Standard Operating Procedures (SOP). 24 Figure 1. Search in Web of Science demonstrates a steady increase in number of publications under the key word “electrochemotherapy” (A,B) as well under the “electrochemotherapy, clinical” (C,D). The Meta data indicate the expanding field. The purpose of this recommendation paper

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Radosław Pastusiak and Jakub Keller

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Adam Zaremba and Przemysław Konieczka

References Barber, B. M., Loeffler, D. (1993). The‘ Dartboard’ Column: Second-hand Information and Price Pressure. Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis, vol. 28, no. 2, 273-284. Barber, B., Lehavy, R., McNichols, M., & Trueman, B. (2001). Can Investors Profit from the Prophets? Security Analyst Recommendations and Stock Returns. The Journal of Finance, 56 (2), 531-563. Beneish, M. D. (1991). Stock Prices and the Dissemination of Analysts’ Recommendation. Journal of Business, 64, no. 3, 393

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Anna Pastuszak, Krzysztof Lisowski, Joanna Lewandowska and Krzysztof Buśko

. Sokolowski M., Kaiser A., Čepulėnas A. (2010) Physical activity of female students of the University School of Physical Education in Poznań on the basis of IPAQ - educational and social perspectives. Education. Physical Training. Sport, 78: 90-96. 13. Torti D., Matheson G. (2004) Exercise and prostate cancer. Sports Medicine, 34(6): 363-369. 14. WHO Report (2010). Global Recommendations on Physical Activity for Health. Guidelines for 18-64 years. Geneva.

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Marijana Gulin, Zvonimir Puretic, Josip Begovac, Rok Civljak, Nikola Jankovic, Nikolina Basic-Jukic and Sanjin Racki

immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection in dialysis: recent insights. Int J Artif Organs 2001; 24: 425-433. 16. Gerberding JL. Management of occupational exposures to bloodborne viruses. N Engl J Med 1995; 332(7): 444-451. 17. Civljak R, Begovac J. Occupational Exposure of Healthcare Personnel to Bloodborne Infections. Infektol Glasn 2003; 23(4): 183-188. 18. CDC. Updated U.S. Public Health Service. Updated U.S. Public Health Service Guidelines for the Management of Occupational Exposures to HBV, HCV and HIV and Recommendations for

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Bozidar Casar, Maria do Carmo Lopes, Advan Drljević, Eduard Gershkevitsh and Csilla Pesznyak

literature. 9 – 11 The main purpose of this paper is to present comments on most recent recommendations from the IAEA after the “Regional Meeting on Medical Physics in Europe: Current Status and Future Perspectives” held in Vienna from 7 th to 8 th May 2015. Invited representatives - over 60 from more than 30 European countries - from World Health Organization (WHO), international professional organizations and societies (International Organisation for Medical Physics – IOMP, European federation of Organisations for Medical Physics – EFOMP and European Society for

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Władysław Mynarski, Agnieszka Nawrocka, Michał Rozpara and Wiesław Garbaciak

References Bauman A., F. Bull., T. Cheyl, C. L. Craig, B. E. Ainsworth, J. F. Sallis, H. R. Bowles, M. Hagstromer, M. Sjostrom, M. Pratt (2009) The International Prevalence Study on Physical Activity: results from 20 countries. Int. J Behav. Nutr. Phys Act. , 6-21. Bergman P., A. M. Grjibovski, M. Hagströmer, A. Bauman, M. Sjöström (2008) Adherence to physical activity recommendations and the influence of socio-demographic correlates - a population-based cross-sectional study. BMC Publ. Health , 8

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Dariusz Czaprowski, Tomasz Kotwicki, Jacek Durmała and Łukasz Stoliński


SOSORT is an international scientific society interested in spinal deformities, including idiopathic scoliosis (IS). One of the main tasks of the society is to provide diagnostic and therapeutic recommendations for all professionals involved in the conservative treatment of patients with IS.

As a part of treatment of scoliosis we distinguished conservative and surgical treatment. The main purpose of the conservative treatment is to stop the progression of the curvature. The aim of the therapy is to improve the quality of life, improve the aesthetics and physical capacity as well. An important element of the conservative treatment is the

physiotherapy, which can be used as independent part of treatment and as a support of brace and the surgical treatment. SOSORT recommends the use of physiotherapy in the form of Physiotherapeutic Specific Exercises (PSE) and the Special Inpatient Rehabilitation (SIR). PSE used in patients with SI must have confirmed efficacy according to the requirements of

the Evidence Based Medicine. Moreover, the therapy should be selected individually and include: (1) three dimensional auto-correction of deformation, (2) training in activities of daily living, (3) stabilizing the corrected posture, and (4) education of the patient and her/his parents. SIR based on 3-4-week hospital or sanatorium stay is recommended especially at the beginning of the treatment process.

Physiotherapists undertaking the work with children with IS should: (1) be qualified in the use of PSE, (2) have adequate experience in techniques used in pediatric orthopedics, (3) have the ability to analyze the variability of body posture during development, (4) have the ability to exercise choice depending on the stages of formation of motor skills, and (5)

work in the therapeutic team led by physician supervising the treatment.

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Zofia Wysokińska


The aim of this paper is to present the results of an analysis and evaluation of the implementation of one of the tasks of the Strategy for Responsible Development (SRD) until 2020 (with a perspective up to 2030), adopted in Poland, which should increase Poland’s foreign expansion.

The paper attempts to present these results in the context of diagnoses, forecasts and recommendations (developed by experts of global organizations) regarding macroeconomic policy directions for the coming years recommended for member countries of such organizations as the International Monetary Fund, the World Bank Group, the OECD and UNCTAD/UN.

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Joanna Szymkiewicz - Dangel, Grażyna Brzezińska - Rajszys, Bohdan Maruszewski and Agata Włoch