History of Modern Japanese Medicine: A Fault Layer View of the Acceptance of Western Medicine
[about the product]
-The history of modern medicine in Japan is steeped in the blood of many people-
From the end of the Edo period to the Meiji era (1868-1912), Japan, which was about to be reborn from the shogunate and clan system to a Western-style modern nation, focused on the acceptance and establishment of modern Western medicine in the field of medicine as well. This book uses the diaries, letters, and personal experiences of Siddall, Baldwin, Matsumoto Jun, Muller, Kuki Ryuichi, and others who contributed to the development of medicine in Japan to illustrate the path taken by modern Japanese medicine in the midst of accelerating modernization. This is an excellent book to learn about the early days of Japanese medicine.
PROLOGUE FROM MEDICAL ARTS OF DUTCH INTERPRETERS TO DUTCH STUDIES
CHAPTER 1 FROM THE OPENING OF THE PORT TO THE END OF THE BOSHIN WAR
Episode 1 Nagasaki at the end of the Edo period drawn by Ranpoi
Episode 2 The Boshin War and the Consuls
Episode 3 The Back Doctors of Paris
Episode 4 The Newly Emerging Prussia and its Diplomacy
CHAPTER 2 FROM THE REVISION OF THE MEIJI ERA TO THE EVE OF THE ABOLITION OF THE DOMAIN
Episode 5 Willis and the Medical School and Great Hospital
Episode 6 Simmons and the East School of the Daigaku
Episode 7 Bauduin Returns to Japan
Episode 8 Emile Massais and W. Simmons
CHAPTER 3 FROM THE ABOLITION OF THE DOMAIN TO THE MEIJI ERA
Episode 9 Establishment of the Military Medical Academy and Jun Matsumoto's Appointment
Episode 10 Müller and Hoffmann's Arrival in Tokyo
Episode 11 Ryuichi Kuki's Ministry of Education
Episode 12 Sagara Tomoyasu's imprisonment and the Ministry of Justice
CHAPTER 4 - FROM THE MEDICAL DIVISION OF THE MINISTRY OF EDUCATION TO THE HEALTH BUREAU OF THE MINISTRY OF HOME AFFAIRS
Episode 13 Medical Students Sent Abroad and Their Total Withdrawal
Episode 14 The East Plateau Repair (Tokyo Medical School Ueno Relocation Plan)
Episode 15 The Rise and Fall of Nagasaki Medical School
FINAL CHAPTER FROM THE ADOPTION OF GERMAN MEDICINE TO ITS ESTABLISHMENT
CITATIONS AND REFERENCE
［Comment from the stuff]
The modernization of Japan from the end of the Tokugawa Shogunate to the beginning of the Meiji era is partly due to the elimination of unequal treaties, but reading this book, I feel that a strong desire for the new world that opened up before them was a major force behind the modernization of Japan. Please read this book, which can be called a history of modern Japan from the viewpoint of medicine.
Born in Tokyo in 1935.
Moved to Kumamoto City in 1944.
Graduated from the Faculty of Medicine, Tokyo Medical and Dental University in 1961.
After working at the First Department of Internal Medicine, Tokyo Medical and Dental University, Sumitoh Metropolitan Hospital, and Roche Research Center of Japan,
had been a professor, Faculty of Medical Technology University of Tsukuba since 1981.
Retired in 1999, Professor Emeritus, Faculty of Medical Technology University of Tsukuba
Engaged in medical checkups as a part-time physician at Tsukuba Memorial Association Total Health Plaza and other facilities since 2001.