pISSN:1309 - 6958       eISSN:2146 - 1953
2006, Cilt 22, Sayı 1-2, Sayfa(lar) 031-038
Historical Development of Veterinary Pathology in Turkey (1842-2002)
Aşkın Yaşar1, Atilla Özgür2, Rahşan Özen3
1Selçuk Üniversitesi Veteriner Fakültesi, Veteriner Hekimliği Tarihi ve Deontoloji Ana Bilim Dalı, KONYA
2Ankara Üniversitesi Veteriner Fakültesi, Veteriner Hekimliği Tarihi ve Deontoioji Ana Bilim Dalı, ANKARA
3Fırat Üniversitesi Veteriner Fakültesi, Veteriner Hekimliği Tarihi ve Deontoloji Ana Bilim Dalı, KAYSERİ
Keywords: History ol sciences, Pathology, Veterinary medicine, Veterinary education, History of veterinary medicine
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In the first sixty years (1842-1904) of veterinary medicine education and training in scientific sense in Turkey, pathology education was provided in Vetennary Medicine Military School under name of Tesrih-i Marazi" since 1905 and together with "ilm-i Ensac" between 1913 and 1921. It is also know that in the period between 1908 and 1921, pathology course was provided in Civilian Veterinary Medicine School. In scope of historical development of veterinary medicine education in Turkey, this study aims to determine history ol veterinary medicine pathology, which is a bridge between different fields of veterinary medicine practices, and analyze its contribution to science at national and international level in terms of pathology education and training, educating scientists as well as research and scientific publications. The study was considered in context of classical history methodology. It was determined that veterinary medicine researches in Turkey had produced the following output: one book and 19 Turkish articles between "1923-1932"; 16 books and 21 Turkish arid two foreign language articles between 1933-1947 and 30 books. 75 Turkish and 64 foreign language articles between 1948-1973. It was found that the Health Sciences Institutes in Ankara, Firat, Selçuk, Istanbul, Uludağ and Yuzuncuyil Universities awarded total 55 PhD and 4 M.Sc. degrees on veterinary medicine. It was detected that 16 assistant professors, 13 associate professors and 13 professors (total 42} and 23 research assistants were working in all veterinary me