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Neurosurgical practice at BaAkent University, Turkey: a new model

Byline: N. Altinors (1), H. Caner (1), B. Atalay (1), B. Erdogan (1), M. Haberal (2) Keywords: Keywords: Hospital model; neurosurgery; residency; training. Background. The Turkish Organ Transplantation and Burn Foundation was established in 1980. This was followed by the founding of the Turkish Tran... Full description

Journal Title: Acta neurochirurgica 2006-12-01, Vol.148 (12), p.1322
Main Author: Altinors, N
Other Authors: Caner, H , Atalay, B , Erdogan, B , Haberal, M
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description: Byline: N. Altinors (1), H. Caner (1), B. Atalay (1), B. Erdogan (1), M. Haberal (2) Keywords: Keywords: Hospital model; neurosurgery; residency; training. Background. The Turkish Organ Transplantation and Burn Foundation was established in 1980. This was followed by the founding of the Turkish Transplantation and Burn Foundation Hospital in 1985. Under the aegis of this foundation and the Haberal Educational Foundation, Baskent University (BU) was founded in 1993 by Professor Mehmet Haberal, general surgeon and pioneer of organ transplantation in Turkey, and the President of the university since then. Methods and findings. The BU Neurosurgery Department began functioning in January of 1995, with the advancement of the department and with contributions from the other hospitals in cities of Adana, Konya and Alanya. Just 13 years after its foundation, BU became one of the most prestigious universities of the country. While establishing new neurosurgery units within BU health care facilities, the neurosurgeons appointed to the new center spend few months in the neurosurgery department at the BU Ankara Hospital, central hospital, at first in order to get acquainted with the BU medical system. After the new neurosurgery unit begins to operate, senior neurosurgeons from Ankara are called to supervise junior colleagues during major surgical procedures. In addition to these exchanges, residents are sent routinely to these centers as part of the neurosurgical residency programme. As the system is very integrated, neurosurgeons from other centers of the BU also routinely come to Ankara Hospital and Research Center for educational purposes. Conclusion. BU as a whole and its health system model in particular are certainly unique in Turkey. The statistical data from all hospitals of the BU reveal growing patient demand and consumer satisfaction. Author Affiliation: Article History: Registration Date: 01/01/2006
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