Nowadays, health sciences have a rapid improvement and change. However, all
health institutions have to keep up with this change because of the developments in medical technology, increasing average life expectancy, demographic changes,
increasing income level, changing consumption habits and increasing expectations from health services. Especially, in the health sector where human life is significant, all health professionals (like physicians, nurses, managers, etc.) must follow and
implement these developments. This book, which will include specialist writers in his field, includes the latest developments in different areas of health sciences. It is thought that the book will be a useful and effective resource for health professionals,
academicians, students and others.
This book is motivated by the changing world around us. We need to think in conceptually
creative and intellectually diverse ways to understand the security and dynamics of security
that effect the global and regional stability and the means to achieve them.
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