Anayit M. Coşkun, who completed his undergraduate education at Istanbul University Florence Nightingale School of Nursing in 1971, in 1984, Ph.D. He was entitled to the title of "Professor" in the Department of Nursing.
Following her bachelor's degree, she worked in a wide range of fields, including bedside nurse, manager and educational nurse. He started his academic career in 1973 at Istanbul University, Florence Nightingale School of Nursing, Department of Women's Health and Diseases Nursing. In the following years, he provided academic support to Fırat, Kocaeli, Sakarya and Anadolu Universities. In 1989, he was found to develop his professional skills at the University of Tennessee in Memphis, USA for three months. He retired from his post at Istanbul University in October 2002 and turned to field studies.
Between 2002-2010, while working as a part-time faculty member at Universities, he also worked as a coordinator and executive at various national and international projects in the field of "Reproductive and Women's Health". With the Safe Motherhood project carried out within the scope of the joint protocol with the Maternal Child Health and Family Planning Department (MCHand FP) General Directorate of the Ministry of Health, it carried out antenatal training / consultancy program trainer training for primary and secondary healthcare professionals in about 15 provinces from Edirne to Diyarbakır, from Rize to Mersin. It has developed a community-based service model for the public in cooperation with local governments on a similar subject.
In the reproductive health of young people, women, community leaders and health workers with the work carried Turkey Family Planning Foundation, the Human Resources Development Foundation, Willows Foundation, United Nations Population Fund Turkey, Reproductive Health Department, Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality, has collaborated with the Diyarbakır Metropolitan Municipality. Social Services and Child Protection Agency, Ministry of Health and Family Planning General Directorate of the European Union Delegation to Turkey "Health Seeking Behavior Survey" and others. He took part in joint projects. He worked as a member of the Mother Friendly Hospital Program commission in the Ministry of Health, Women's and Reproductive Health Department commissions.
Continuing his academic studies since 2010, Coşkun has numerous master's and doctoral thesis advisors and publications at national and international level. Among the most frequently used books are Obstetrics and Gynecology Nursing Handbook, Women's Health and Diseases Learning Guide for Nurses and Midwives, Safe Motherhood Education and Counseling Skill Guide.
In 1999, Perihan Velioğlu received the "Science Award" of the Nursing Fund.
Among the topics that Anayit M. Coşkun focuses on are reproductive health, safe motherhood and mother-friendly hospital practices, sexual health and education, women's rights and gender.
Anahit COŞKUN is married with two children.