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"Paddling of the student's buttocks is the only corporal punishment that shall be administered." Also, "Any minor or major infraction committed by a student, whether [...] a first time infraction or a repeat infraction, may result in the student being required to attend a morning detention, or receive corporal punishment".Paddling is also specifically mentioned as a penalty in grades 6 through 12 for every four (previously three) unexcused tardies to school or class in a school year.General Info Introduction & Issues Endorsements Frequently Asked Questions Contact information Archive Press and media coverage Past Events History of Naked Cycling Resources How to get involved Organizing a local WNBR event Other organizing suggestions The Art of WNBR Work on this page contributed by Conrad and Daniel, except where noted.Web server and additional CGI help provided by Corky.Portugues translation courtesy Roberto Soares and Mark. Our group of highly entertaining movie makers has set upon a world wide mission to interview as many of the WNBR organizers as possible and uncover their personal motives and ambitions for world domination. “The Auckland World Naked Bike Ride’s purpose was to draw attention to oil dependency and the negative social and environmental impacts of a car dominated culture.
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Some medical specialties, such as psychiatry and family medicine, emphasize the physician–patient relationship more than others, such as pathology or radiology.
The quality of the patient–physician relationship is important to both parties.
The doctor–patient relationship forms one of the foundations of contemporary medical ethics.
Most universities teach students from the beginning, even before they set foot in hospitals, to maintain a professional rapport with patients, uphold patients' dignity, and respect their privacy.