洛克菲勒基金会与北京留日医界的竞争与合作

Translated title of the contribution: The Competition and Cooperation between the Rockefeller Foundation and Japanese-Trained Chinese Medical Profession in Beijing

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Abstract

Although the Rockefeller Foundation’s medical education in China was acknowledged by Chinese central government during the Peiyang period, the attitude of governmental medical colleges toward it was not positive. Helped with the archives of both China and the United States, this paper argues that in the early 1920 s, the Rockefeller Foundation invited Dr. Tang Erhe, the president of National Peking Medical College and others to form a "Chinese Medical Commission" to visit the United States, to ease its tension with Japanese-Trained Chinese medical students, and to exert a broader political and cultural influence on China from the top down. Although Japanese-Trained medical students indeed changed their attitudes towards American medicine in this process, the Rockefeller Foundation also formed a cooperation model that emphasized politics rather than academics, which aggravated the contradictions between different medical factions to a certain degree and caused lasting disputes.
Translated title of the contributionThe Competition and Cooperation between the Rockefeller Foundation and Japanese-Trained Chinese Medical Profession in Beijing
Original languageChinese (Simplified)
Pages (from-to)107-118
Number of pages12
Journal北京社会科学
Volume2020
Issue number5
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 30 May 2020

Keywords

  • Peiyang period
  • Rockefeller Foundation
  • Tang Erhe
  • Japanese-trained Chinese medical students
  • Chinese Medical Commission

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