Students' Social Responsibility Project in Mardin Midyat
Our students have selected a sister school in Mardin Midyat and are conducting projects periodically to address the school's needs.
The 1st International Physiotherapy Student Congress is an event organized by our students in the 100th year of our Republic. Held on October 14-15, 2023, at the ATO Assembly Hall, the congress brought together national and international physiotherapy students, physiotherapists, professionals from related disciplines, and those interested in the field.
We organized our traditional welcome party for the new 1st-year students who joined our faculty. During the event, filled with entertaining games and music, the classes got to know each other better and also there were competitive moments through various contests.
On December 24, 2022, the second edition of FTR-X took place, following the inaugural event earlier. FTR-X is a platform where professors from various fields of physiotherapy and rehabilitation, along with students with diverse experiences, are invited as guests to share their insights and answer questions. The second edition occurred on April 28, 2023. The program, organized by our students, received significant attention.
Bake Sale - 2023
Bake Sales, organized by our students, hosted a warm and enjoyable atmosphere with the participation of campus students and our academic staff. The second Bake Sale took place on December 8, 2023. The proceeds from the sale were donated to cover the expenses of establishing a library in Samandağ, Hatay.
Women's Day - 2023
On March 8, 2023, our students made purple bracelets for women and women-identified individuals with the "We Have the Power" project for International Women's Day.

The doctorate program started providing education and training in 1967 in the Department of Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation at the Institute of Health Sciences. Developments and advancements in cardiopulmonary rehabilitation took place as a separate program under the same department in 1997. Alums who complete this program could independently implement an investigation unique to the cardiopulmonary rehabilitation area, comment with a broader and deeper perspective of scientific events, and determine the necessary steps to achieve for accessing new methods and applications. They could move high-level skills acquired in education and research to their national and international clinical and academic works. Graduates in physiotherapy and rehabilitation get "doctorate" degrees. Alums are research assistants, physiotherapists, people working in other areas based on employees, and people providing education for the community. They adopt the principle of lifelong learning. Cardiopulmonary rehabilitation doctors of science graduates are people who can develop programs that create and implement competent and effective programs by determining the need for the subject related to protective purposes in healthy individuals and can develop public health.

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