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Abstract Introduction: One of the commonly used terms in the assessment of CNS functioning is muscle tone. In literature we can find many different and not standardized definitions. Postural tone depends on topographic distribution in proximal and distal parts of body and antigravital activity....
Abstract This paper has three aims. First, to present main principles for responsible conduct of research in the light of ethos of researchers and goals of science. Secondly, to describe the problem of scientific misconduct and strategies of preventing and dealing with it adopted by different...
Abstract Research in the field of physiotherapy creates some controversy. This article seeks to explore and find out the solutions for this issue. Two aspects are discussed: the difficulties in reconciling the specificity of physiotherapy research with methodological standards and the concerns...
Abstract Research on medical data is essential to the development of evidence based medicine. The use of medical data for scientific purposes must follow principles of good research practice and all relevant legal requirements. The aim of this article is to discuss ethical and legal aspects of...
Abstract While there is a plenitude of analyses of moral issues in medicine and biomedical sciences, there is much less on related fields as physiotherapy or occupational therapy. Obviously, most of moral principles for physicians applies also to physiotherapists and occupational therapists as...
Abstract Introduction: Looking for solutions to improve physical fitness of persons with sensory impairments, both in the context of physiotherapy and the creation of adapted physical activity programs in the physical education and extracurricular activities, it seems important to determine the...
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