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Wileńskie placówki naukowe Uniwersytetu Stefana Batorego na przykładzie niektórych klinik "niezabiegowych" w latach 1919-1934 · Medycyna Nowożytna. Studia nad Kulturą Medyczną

Wileńskie placówki naukowe Uniwersytetu Stefana Batorego na przykładzie niektórych klinik "niezabiegowych" w latach 1919-1934

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Wileńskie placówki naukowe Uniwersytetu Stefana Batorego na przykładzie niektórych klinik "niezabiegowych" w latach 1919-1934

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Bożena Urbanek

Abstract

Vilnius scientific institutions of the Stefan Batory University on the examples of some nonsurgical clinics in the years 1919-1934


Clinics as well as the related nonsurgical departments of: internal medicine, neurolo-gy, pediatrics and psychiatry were organized in Vilnius since the beginning of Polish state structures covering the city and reactivating the Vilnius University, i.e. since 1919, thence-forth under the invocation of Stefan Batory - the Polish King. However, the intensification of these actions took place only in the years 1922-1923. That was mainly due to the ongoing military actions in 1920, which interrupted the organizational works at the University. That situation was influenced by the shortage of scientific staff caused, among others, by their participation in fights and evacuation from the city.
As one of the first institutions of this type, the clinic and department of neurology, was intended to be established already in 1919, while the position of its head was going to be entrusted to Dr. Stanisław Karol Władyczko. However, it was succeeded only at the end of January 1923 conferring the title of Professor to Dr. S.K.Władyczko. It resulted from difficult conditions, including financial ones, as well as the lack of appropriate rooms intended for clinical use. A similar situation concerned other established scientific units which are discussed in the article. The author attempts to depict the great effort of establishing and functioning Vilnius clinics and departments in the first period of the Medical Faculty of that University in the eastern parts of Poland in the interwar period mainly on the basis of sources of both National Archive in Vilnius (Lietvas centrinis volstybes archywas) and Polish Special Collections of Main Medical Library.


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Prace Analityczne

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Bożena Urbanek, “Wileńskie placówki naukowe Uniwersytetu Stefana Batorego na przykładzie niektórych klinik "niezabiegowych" w latach 1919-1934,” Medycyna Nowożytna. Studia nad Kulturą Medyczną, accessed August 23, 2019, http://medycynanowozytna.locloud.pl/items/show/159.

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