APA 6th Edition Dugački, V. (2006). Medicinska nastava u Zagrebu prije otvorenja Medicinskog fakulteta. Acta medico-historica Adriatica, 4 (1), 111-120. Retrieved from https://hrcak.srce.hr/82425
MLA 8th Edition Dugački, Vladimir. "Medicinska nastava u Zagrebu prije otvorenja Medicinskog fakulteta." Acta medico-historica Adriatica, vol. 4, no. 1, 2006, pp. 111-120. https://hrcak.srce.hr/82425. Accessed 21 Jan. 2020.
Chicago 17th Edition Dugački, Vladimir. "Medicinska nastava u Zagrebu prije otvorenja Medicinskog fakulteta." Acta medico-historica Adriatica 4, no. 1 (2006): 111-120. https://hrcak.srce.hr/82425
Harvard Dugački, V. (2006). 'Medicinska nastava u Zagrebu prije otvorenja Medicinskog fakulteta', Acta medico-historica Adriatica, 4(1), pp. 111-120. Available at: https://hrcak.srce.hr/82425 (Accessed 21 January 2020)
Vancouver Dugački V. Medicinska nastava u Zagrebu prije otvorenja Medicinskog fakulteta. Acta medico-historica Adriatica [Internet]. 2006 [cited 2020 January 21];4(1):111-120. Available from: https://hrcak.srce.hr/82425
IEEE V. Dugački, "Medicinska nastava u Zagrebu prije otvorenja Medicinskog fakulteta", Acta medico-historica Adriatica, vol.4, no. 1, pp. 111-120, 2006. [Online]. Available: https://hrcak.srce.hr/82425. [Accessed: 21 January 2020]
Abstracts School of Medicine of the University of Zagreb was established in 1874, but it waited until 1917 to start teaching. As soon as the 14th century, the Bishop of Zagreb and a physician Iacoppo of Piacenza collected a large amount of medical manuscripts in a failed attempt to start teaching medicine within the cathedral school. Similar attempts to establish a university school of medicine can be traced back to 1790, but obstacles prevailed. In 1812, Rudolf Lamprecht, a surgeon and obstetrician started a school of surgery that did not live to see the summer. In 1877, another surgeon and obstetrician, Antun Lobmayer started a midwifery school that has remained to this day.
University medical classes for the students of the Faculty of Law (health law and forensic medicine) and the Faculty of Philosophy and Arts (anatomy and hygiene) had been held since the mid 19th century, and the programme was extended to studies of the pharmaceutics established in 1882. Hygiene was taught by Moric Weiss (1849), Franjo Hensler (1879-85) and Mihajlo Joanović (1897-1925; he established the University Hygiene Institute in 1899), and forensic medicine by Mavro Sachs (1849 and 1861-88), Antun Lobmayer (1888-1906) and Danijel Riessner (since 1906.). Biologist Antun Heinz taught bacteriology at the Faculty of Philosophy (or Arts) from 1892 to 1907, and M. Jovanović established the Bacteriology Institute in 1907. Postgraduate studies for physicians were first introduced by the Croatian Medical Association in 1907, along with a number of courses for voluntary nurses for the Red Cross during WWI.