Spa Culture in Europe-IV

CALL FOR PAPERS
Spa Culture in Europe-IV
Van-Turkey, 16th-19th October 2014

Although the healing power of water in supporting human health and treating disease has been recognised throughout history, recent research has brought better understanding of the importance of the medium and is attracting more and more attention. The Organisers of the Symposium feel that including the study of the history of spas and medicinal waters into the general study of the history of science and medicine will develop and strengthen ties of friendship and interest. We invite valuable sciencepersons who research on hotsprings and healing waters to the fourth one of the symposium with the name of “Spa Culture in Europe IV” which will be arranged in Van during 16-19 October 2014.

Prof. Dr. Arın Namal from the Istanbul University İstanbul Medical Faculty, Department of Medical History and Medical Ethics, Prof. Dr. Ayşegül Demirhan Erdemir, President of the Society for Medical Ethics and Law from Istanbul and Prof. Dr. Bozena Plonka Syroka, Director of Zakład Humanistycznych Nauk Wydziału Farmaceutycznego Akademii Medycznej we Wrocławiu from Poland, cooperate for arrangement of the symposium and are presidents of the congress. Assist. Prof. Dr. Şükran Sevimli, President of the Department of Medical History and Ethics Van Yüzüncü Yıl University Medical Faculty would host this symposium in Van. The symposium will be held in Campus of Yüzüncü Yıl University Van.

We would like to send your paper abstract on Spa Culture to the following e-mails to 30 December 2013.

Best regards.

Prof. Dr. Arın Namal Assist. Prof. Dr. Şükran Sevimli Prof. Dr. Aysegül Demirhan Erdemir

Contact
Prof. Dr. Arın Namal
arinnamal@gmail.com

Prof. Dr. Aysegul Demirhan Erdemir
aysegul.erdemir@yahoo.com

Assist. Prof. Dr. Şükran Sevimli
sukransevimli@gmail.com

Congress Languages: Turkish, German and English
Deadline for Abstracts (max. 250 words ): 30 December 2013

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