YANIK TEDAVİSİNDE SOSYAL REHABİLİTASYONUN HİKAYESİ: KOBAY KULUBÜ

Buğra İpek, Emre İnözü, Ali Teoman Tellioğlu

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Before World War II, psychological support and rehabilitation were neglected in burn treatments. However, this changed with the efforts of Sir Archibald Mclndoe, who was the chief of the burn unit in Queen Victoria Hospital that was founded for treating pilots and aircrew in the British Royal Air Force who were injured in World War II, and with the foundation of the “Guinea Pig Club” that was also established with his attempts.

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Online ISSN:1308-8475
Basılı ISSN:1300-6878 (önceki)

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