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An Analysis of a North Korean Medical Journal: In-Min-Bo-Gun (People's Health) in 1950s

Kim OJ

  • Korean J Med Hist.
  • 2002 Dec;11(2):165-185.
Studies on medicine in North Korea have suffered from the lack of material and from the lack of reliability of information. So far, studies on North Korean medicine have centered...
An Observation of the Question of how the Physician in Joseon Society was Treated or Evaluated: Taking the Heo Jun case as an example

Park KR

  • Korean J Med Hist.
  • 2002 Dec;11(2):154-164.
As is widely recognized, Heo Jun was a man who under King Seonjo (1568-1608) performed his duty as a royal physician very successfully and also left a truly monumental work...
A History of Medical License in Korea

YEO IS, Park Y, Lee KL, Park HW

  • Korean J Med Hist.
  • 2002 Dec;11(2):137-153.
Medical license is to qualify a person for medical practice and to attribute him/her a privileged right in the practice. This privileged and exclusive right asks for protection from the...
A History and Philosophy of Bio-Medical Ethics Seen from a Dentist's Point of View

Kang S

  • Korean J Med Hist.
  • 2002 Dec;11(2):117-136.
When we think about ethics or morals, we tend to look at them from the viewpoint of here and now. Actual implications of then and there, however, could be different....

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