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Candeğer Furtun
Sept.16, 2021-April 17, 2022
Oct.9, 2021-March 27, 2022
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Füsun Onur: Opus II – Fantasia
Until February 20, 2022
Emre Hüner: [Elektroizolasyon]: Unknown Parameter Extro-Record
March 25-December 5, 2021
Nevin Aladağ: Traces
March 25-August 8, 2021
Sadberk Hanım Museum
Nov. 9,2020-Oct. 31, 2021
Archival Memories: Marcell Restle’s Research in Anatolia and Beyond
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On Celestial Bodies
July 25-August 8, 2021
David Tudor and CIE, Inc.: Rainforest V (variation 3)
Until January 30, 2022
For Eyes That Listen
Until January 2, 2022
Josephine Powell Exhibition
Vehbi Koç Evi
June 30,2020-indefinite

What the nurses learned from COVID-19

Semahat Arsel, Chairwoman, Vehbi Koç Foundation, joined an online event organized by Koç University and Vehbi Koç Foundation Healthcare Institutions to mark Nursing Week 2021. Ms. Arsel celebrated their Nursing Week.

In the first session, Annette Kennedy, President of the International Council of Nurses (ICN), noted that COVID-19 brought about a much bigger challenge for healthcare professionals at a time when there was already a shortage of nurses worldwide. According to ICN data from 60 countries, more than 3,000 nurses lost their lives due to COVID-19 during the pandemic.

In the second session, Whende M. Carroll, the founder of Nurse Evolution, a cause-based community that aims to educate nurses on how to expertly use technologies such as artificial intelligence, data analytics, and innovation strategies, highlighted the importance of the role nurses play in increasingly digitalized healthcare services. Ms. Carroll added that enhancing the technological competence of nurses will provide valuable contributions to the healthcare system.

Nearly 500 participants from various countries, including Turkey, the USA, Cyprus, Kuwait, Iran, China, Iraq, United Arab Emirates, and the Netherlands, followed the event.