ISSN: 2687-5349 / E-ISSN: 2687-5411 / PERIOD: Quarterly / YEAR OF START: 2019 / PUBLISHER: Ersi Abacı Kalfoğlu / http://jms.yeniyuzyil.edu.tr/

Yeni Yüzyıl
Journal of Medical Sciences

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Dear colleagues, As we share our 7th issue with you, we want to give good news. Our journal has been accepted to be indexed in EuroPub and ResearchBib. The point reached in this short time has been achieved thanks to your quality publication contributions. Now, the articles published in our journal have gained value for academic promotion criteria as well as their scientific values. This issue of “ jms” is includes chapters that we hope you will find interesting. The Dean of the Faculty of Medicine of our University Prof. Dr. Demir Budak accepted to write a review as a invited author. It is very nice to take a journey in the his- tory of medicine with his writings. Covid-19 effect is evaluated by two different disciplines from different perspectives in two articles. In addition, we have brought together very interesting and valuable studies with key words such as cerebral palsy and childbirth, child abuse, maternal attachment, attitudes based on sexual myths. Hoping to contribute to science ...

ARTICLES

The Development of Medicine from Antiquity to the Present

İnsanlık tarihi kadar eskiye uzanan tıp tarihi ile ilgili ilk bilgilerimizi, yazının icat edildiği dönemlerden çok daha gerilerde, arkeolojik kalıntılar ve mağara çizimlerinden öğreniyoruz. İlkel insan topluluklarından bir bölümüne ait bu bilgiler bize Paleolitik Çağ’ın sonları ile Neolitik Çağ’ın başlarında yaşamış olduklarını gösteriyor.

Authors:

Demir BUDAK

Page Number:

6-10

Reconsideration of the Management of Intrapartum Risk Factors of Cerebral Palsy in Term Newborn

Cerebral palsy (CP) is a symptom complex, particularly of movement and posture disorders, which are often accompanied by musculoskeletal and neurological problems. The incidence of CP in term babies varies between 1.0 and 1.7 per 1000 live births. There are more medical malpractice lawsuits in Turkey in the field of obstetrics and gynecology (16.82%) than in any other field of medicine.

Authors:

Elif IŞIK, Selçuk EREZ

Page Number:

11-17

Pandemic Deeply Affected 2020: A General Perspective into COVID-19

The coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), caused by a novel coronavirus which is named SARS-CoV-2, is an infection dis- ease, got spread throughout China and has great attention from all worldwide. COVID-19 gained a pandemic characteristic by spreading rapidly all over the world, nearly 219 countries.

Authors:

Fatma KALAYCI YÜKSEK, Defne GÜMÜŞ

Page Number:

18-31

Maternal Attachment and Related Factors

Attachment is a concept that starts in the first minutes of life and has a great impact on the social relationships that the individual will maintain throughout her/his life, and is defined as a strong emotional bond that an individual feels for the individuals around her/him whom she/he sees important.

Authors:

Merve BAT TONKUŞ, Seda Nur MUSLU

Page Number:

32-40

Simulation-Based Examination of Covid-19 Pandemic Control on Diamond Princess Cruise Ship

Aim: Diamond Princess is a British flagged cruise ship operated by Princess Cruises, which started operations in March 2004. The Covid-19 epidemic, which has affected the whole world, occurred in 2020 on the Diamond Princess ship with 3,711 people. This 17- deck ship has a capacity of 2,666 passengers and 1,045 crew from different countries.

Authors:

Ayberk SÖZEN, Begüm ACAR, Gökdeniz NEŞER

Page Number:

41-49

Evaluation of Healthcare Professionals’ Approach to Child Abuse and Neglect

Aim: The aim of this study is to investigate the awareness of healthcare providers about child abuse and to propose solutions by identifying possible problems. Material and Methods: In this study was administered to 256 healthcare providers who were in charge in three private hospitals in Istanbul and who accepted to study between January and July 2017.

Authors:

Meryem KANAT, Itır ERKAN

Page Number:

50-55

The Relation of Parent Attitudes with Sexual Myths in Nursing Students

Aim: This study was planned to determine the relationship between the parents’ attitudes of nursing students and their affirmation of sexual myths. Material and Methods: The research was carried out with 201 nursing students studying at the Nursing Department of a foundation university in İstanbul. Data were collected by Personal Information Form, Sexual Myths Scale, Parents Attitudes Scale.

Authors:

Ece ALAGÖZ, Sevcan KARATAŞ

Page Number:

56-63
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