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Department of Medical Services and Techniques


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Department of Medical Services and Techniques


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Department of Medical Services and Techniques


Department of Medical Services and Techniques

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1.   Program Information

 Under the title of optician, 3958 numbered about Opticians has won the legal profession identity with the law at 1940 in Turkey. In 1992, the Higher Education Council (YÖK) of pre-license training programs in universities in the decision of Opticianry program that has decided to be opened. This process, which started as a scientific optician, enabled the graduates of the Opticianry program to open an optician with the title of "Optician" with the Law No.5193 on Opticians enacted in 2004.

Student transfer without examination until 2013, with the decision taken at the Higher Education General Assembly meeting dated 10.04.2012, it has been decided to accept students to the Optician programs by exam starting from the 2013-2014 academic year. After this date, with the serious increase in the number of students who have been placed in the Opticianry program, there has been a rapid increase in the number of Opticianry programs and the number of programs in universities continue to increase.

Mersin University Opticianry Program was opened in 2015 and started its activities with the admission of students in the 2018- 2019 academic year. Our department carries out its education activities with 4 teaching staff, 1 Professor Doctor and 3 Doctor Faculty Members.


2. Program Training Profile

It is a normal education, a four-semester associate degree higher education program.


3. Purpose of the Program

The Opticianry Program aims to bring qualified medical technicians, who are trained to provide the patient with the optics designed for correction and removal of visual impairments, and qualified technicians.


4. Mission, Vision, Values and Goals of the Program

Our program aims to train the main elements to work in the field of opticians, have basic optician knowledge, know and apply the operation of optician-related systems, use the optician's package programs, know eye and human anatomy, plan the operation and management of an enterprise, recognize and use optical instruments, with frame and glass selection, can make the assembly in accordance with the data, the cost calculations and work programs of the enterprise the mission is to train health technicians who can market the product and have general public health knowledge.

The vision and goal of our program is to train qualified Opticians who are entrepreneurs and can renew themselves, adopt the total quality philosophy and support the related institutional processes, know ethical problems and their responsibilities, and observe the occupational health and safety measures.

5. Program Opportunities

There is an optician practice laboratory. Theoretical lessons are carried out in our laboratory and in the classrooms of our school using the current projection.


6. Program Employment Opportunities

As the number of Optician establishments increased, the need for Optician also increased. Opticians are the person who prepares optical devices (glasses, contact lenses, etc.) used for the elimination or reduction of visual impairments according to their prescription for patients whose visual defects are determined by the ophthalmologist. Eye conditions directly related to human health and their solutions make eyeglasses valid and mandatory.

The inadequacy of technological innovations that can replace glasses and the lack of better health and use of glasses as an alternative to glasses (such as contact lenses) show that the profession will also be an important field of employment in the future.

When our students graduate;

- They can open an optician institution and establish their own businesses.

- They can work as a responsible manager in existing opticianry establishments.

- If they wish, after completing this program, they can go to 4-year undergraduate Physics and Health Education departments thanks to vertical transfer exam (Dikey Geçiş Sınavı, DGS).


Publications in International Scientific Journals(last two years)

15. Timoçin, E. Swarm satellite observations of the effect of prompt penetration electric fields (PPEFs) on plasma density around noon and midnight side of low latitudes during the 07–08 september 2017 geomagnetic storm. ADVANCES IN SPACE RESEARCH, 2022, 69, 1335-1343.
14. Erat, S.; Ozkendir, O.; Yildirimcan, S.; Gunaydin, S.; Harfouche, M.; Demir, B.; Braun, A. Study on crystallographic and electronic structure of micrometre-scale ZnO and ZnO:B rods via X-ray absorption fine-structure spectroscopy. JOURNAL OF SYNCHROTRON RADIATION, 2021, 28, 0-0.
13. Doğaroğlu, Z.; Ece, F.; çiftci, B.; Yıldırımcan, S.; Erat, S. Evaluation of stress factor on wheat (Triticum aestivum): the effect of ZnO and Ni-doped ZnO nanoparticles . TOXICOLOGICAL & ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMISTRY, 2021, 1-17.
12. Doğaroğlu, Z.; Ece, F.; çiftci, B.; Yıldırımcan, S.; Erat, S. Evaluation of stress factor on wheat (Triticum aestivum): the effect of ZnO and Ni-doped ZnO nanoparticles. TOXICOLOGICAL & ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMISTRY, 2021, 1, 1-17.
11. Timoçin, E.; Temuçin, H.; ınyurt, S.; Shah, M.; Jamjareegulgarn, P. Assessment of improvement of the IRI model for foF2 variability over three latitudes in different hemispheres during low and high solar activities. ACTA ASTRONAUTICA, 2021, 180, 305-316.
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10. Timoçin, E.; Temuçin, H. Comparative of foF2 Measurements with IRI-2016 Model Predictions for Different Latitudes during Low and High Solar Activity. GEOMAGNETISM AND AERONOMY, 2021, 61, 438-448.
9. Erat, S.; özkendir, O.; Yıldırımcan, S.; Günaydın, S.; Harfouche, M.; Demir, B.; Braun, A. Study on crystallographic and electronic structure of micrometer-scale ZnO and ZnO:B rods via X-ray absorption fine structure (XAFS) spectro. JOURNAL OF SYNCHROTRON RADIATION, 2021, 28, 448-454.
8. Erat, S.; Telli, A.; Ozkendir, O.; Demir, B. Turkey’s energy transition from fossil-based to renewable up to 2030: milestones, challenges and opportunities. CLEAN TECHNOLOGIES AND ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY, 2020, 22, 1-12.
7. Ince, T.; Serttaş, R.; Demir, B.; Atabey, H.; Seferoğlu, N.; Erdoğan, S.; şahin, E.; Erat, S.; Nural, Y. . JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR STRUCTURE, 2020, 1217, 1-15.
10.1016 / j.molstruc.2020.128400
6. Telli, A.; Erat, S.; Demir, B. Comparison of energy transition of Turkey and Germany: energy policy, strengths/weaknesses and targets. CLEAN TECHNOLOGIES AND ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY, 2020, 22, 1-15.
5. Timrov, I.; Agrawal, P.; Zhang, X.; Erat, S.; Liu, R.; Braun, A.; Cococcioni, M.; Calandra, M.; Marzari, N. Electronic structure of pristine and Ni-substituted LaFeO3 from near edge x-ray absorption fine structure experiments and first-principles simulations. PHYSICAL REVIEW RESEARCH, 2020, 2, 1-16.
4. Kafadar, V.; Yeşilkaynak, T.; demirdogen, R.; Othman, A.; Emen, F.; Erat, S. The effect of Dy3+ doping on the thermoluminescence properties of Ba2SiO4. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF APPLIED CERAMIC TECHNOLOGY, 2020, 1, 1-7.
3. Nural, Y.; Ozdemir, S.; Doluca, O.; Demir, B.; Yalcin, M.; Atabey, H.; Kanat, B.; Erat, S.; Sari, H. Synthesis, biological properties, and acid dissociation constant of novel naphthoquinone–triazole hybrids. BIOORGANIC CHEMISTRY, 2020, 105, 104441-104441.
2. Timoçin, E.; Yeşil, A.; ünal, . The Responses of Ionospheric Conductivities on the Mid-Latitudes to Changes in the BZ Component of Interplanetary Magnetic Field. WIRELESS PERSONAL COMMUNICATIONS, 2020, 114, 2923-2932.
1. Timoçin, E.; ınyurt, S.; Temuçin, H.; Ansari, K.; Jamjareegulgarn, P. Investigation of equatorial plasma bubble irregularities under different geomagnetic conditions during the equinoxes and the occurrence of plasma bubble suppression. ACTA ASTRONAUTICA, 2020, 177, 341-350.
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