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Korean Journal of Medical History 1992;1(1): 31-35.
한성의사회에 대하여
여인석, 이규창
On Hansung Physicians Association
In Sok Yeo, Kyu Chang Lee
Department of Parasitology, College of Medicine, Yonsei University, Korea.
ABSTRACT
Hansung Physicians Association was organized in Dec. 1915. Its members were medical practitioners residing in Kyungsung(Seoul). It was apposed to Kyunsung physicians Association, of which members were Japanese. After the foundation of Hansung Physicians Association some other local physicians associations were beginning to be founded. Hansung Physicians Association's social activities were fee-free round practice and improving sanitary conditions. It was basically gathering-meeting or interest group for doctors, which is reflected in the fact that Hansung Physicians Association limited its members as medical practitioners. It is contrasted with the Chosun Medical Association which was founded in 1930. Chosun Medical Association differs from Hansung Physicians Association in the it was a academic association. The first issue of Bulletin of Hansung Physicians Association was published in August 1933. But it came to be the last issue. Hansung Physicians Association was disorganized compulsarilly in 1941 by Japanese Government-General of Korea
Key Words: History, Hansung physicians association
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