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KJMH's Note on a Case Involving an Alleged Violation of the KSHM Code of Research Ethics

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  • Korean J Med Hist.
  • 2014 Dec;23(3):607-607.
  • doi: 10.13081/kjmh.2014.23.607
No abstract available.
The "Oriental" Problem: Trachoma and Asian Immigrants in the United States, 1897-1910

Shin JH

  • Korean J Med Hist.
  • 2014 Dec;23(3):573-606.
  • doi: 10.13081/kjmh.2014.23.573
This essay examines the period between 1897 and 1910, when trachoma, a contagious eye disease, became an "Oriental" problem that justified exclusionary immigration policy against Asians entering the United States....
A Study of Development of Medicine and Science in the Nineteenth Century Science Fiction: Biomedical Experiments in Mary Shelley's Frankenstein

Choo JU

  • Korean J Med Hist.
  • 2014 Dec;23(3):543-572.
  • doi: 10.13081/kjmh.2014.23.543
As the sciences advanced rapidly in the modern European world, outstanding achievements have been made in medicine, chemistry, biology, physiology, physics and others, which have been co-influencing each of the...
Control Discourses and Power Relations of Yellow Fever: Philadelphia in 1793

Kim S

  • Korean J Med Hist.
  • 2014 Dec;23(3):513-541.
  • doi: 10.13081/kjmh.2014.23.513
1793 Yellow fever in Philadelphia was the most severe epidemics in the late 18th century in the United States. More than 10% of the population in the city died and...
The Life of Choe Ung-sok: With a Focus on His Design for and Role in the Health Care System Immediately after the Liberation

Shin YJ, Kim J

  • Korean J Med Hist.
  • 2014 Dec;23(3):469-511.
  • doi: 10.13081/kjmh.2014.23.469
Born in Pyongyang in 1914, Choe Ung-sok was a physician who lived through the Japanese colonial era (1910-1945), rule by the United States Army Military Government in Korea (USAMGIK; 1945-1948),...
Becoming Medical Doctors in Colonial Korea: Focusing on the Faculty of Medical Colleges in Early North Korea

Kim GB

  • Korean J Med Hist.
  • 2014 Dec;23(3):429-468.
  • doi: 10.13081/kjmh.2014.23.429
This paper traces how Koreans of north area became medical doctors in colonial Korea. Most of the past research have focused only on the well-known medical doctors, or even when...
Preventive Measures against Plague and the Control of Chinese Coolies in Colonial Korea

Kim Y

  • Korean J Med Hist.
  • 2014 Dec;23(3):401-427.
  • doi: 10.13081/kjmh.2014.23.401
This paper aims to examine the preventive measures taken against the plague in colonial Korea, particularly as applied to the control of Chinese coolies in 1911, soon after the annexation....

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