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Child sexual abuse in religiously affiliated and secular institutions: a retrospective descriptive analysis of data provided by victims in a government-sponsored reappraisal program in Germany
TLDR
The results suggest that child sexual abuse in institutions is attributable to the nature of institutional structures and to societal assumptions about the rights of children more than to the attitudes towards sexuality of a specific religion.
Child Sexual Abuse in the Context of the Roman Catholic Church: A Review of Literature from 1981–2013
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It was found that reports, legal assessments, and research on child sexual abuse within the Catholic Church provide extensive descriptive and qualitative information for five different countries, which includes individual psychological factors and institutional factors as well as prevalence rates illustrating a high “dark figure” of child sex abuse.
Starting a family during medical studies? Results of a pilot study on family friendliness in the study of medicine at the University of Ulm
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The interview data suggests that the end of medical school (4th to 6th year of studies), preferably during semester break, is especially suitable for child birth since it allows students to continue their studies without ‘losing time’.
How high are the personnel costs for OSCE? A financial report on management aspects
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The high acceptance of the OSCE in neurology by both students and teachers favours maintaining the test format, however, in individual cases it should be assessed how in the long-term efficient examination procedure will be possible.
[Adoption of OSCE Examination Procedures in Ophthalmology].
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The teaching staff members are willing to accept the OSCE, especially when the assessment procedures are thoroughly planned and well structured, and the acceptance of the students can be achieved by providing valid assessment and reviewed teaching conditions.
[Child sexual abuse. Epidemiology, clinical diagnostics, therapy, and prevention].
The article provides an overview of the research on sexual abuse and the current political developments in Germany. First, the terminology of sexual child abuse is discussed, followed by the
Family and Career-conscious Hospitals – Problem Areas and Necessary Steps
TLDR
An overview of compatibility issues between work in the medical profession and the family in Germany is described to describe where Germany has issues, what is already being done well in the hospitals but could still be improved.
Family-friendliness in Medical Studies in Baden-Württemberg. Results of a State-wide Study
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The data shows that even though founding a family while at university is usually planned, student parents are faced with significant compatibility issues, demonstrating the need for additional measures to individualise course organisation and to make the curriculum more flexible.
The "Centre for Child Protection" of the Gregorian University/Rome. First experiences, results and reflections in setting up a global e-learning- program for the prevention of sexual abuse of minors
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The Centre for Child Protection is the creation of a global e-learning training centre for pastoral professions responding to the sexual abuse of minors, taking place in Rome, Italy.
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