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Chinese-style and Western-style doctors in northern Taiwan.
Emily M Ahern
by U.S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare, National Institutes of Health in Washington, D.C
Written in English
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Western medicine and traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) at first glance might seem like irreconcilable systems of thought. TCM deals with the body as a whole—the idea is that an individual's. In , China expor carpets; by , this number had grown to ,—an almost fifteen-fold increase in just fifteen years. 1 Most export carpets were produced in the northern port city Tianjin; neighbouring Beijing was the second-largest producer, and the southern port city Shanghai also produced some carpets for export. None of these cities had ever produced carpets before the.
The main difference between Chinese medicine and Western medicine is that Chinese medicine seeks to treat the body as a whole, while Western medicine focuses on the main problem area. The differences go deeper still and cover the philosophy of medicine, preventative action, diagnosis and treatment. Neither one is wholly right nor wholly wrong; instead they complement one another. The fourth child in a family in Yilan, a river town in the northern section of Taiwan, he arrived at National Taiwan University in , just as a surge of political activism was sweeping across Author: Evan Osnos.
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This essay examines the differences between Chinese-style and Western-style doctors, particularly differences in the doctor-patient relationship.
It appears that there is at least one context in which women and older people find Chinese-style doctors and medicine more satisfactory, that Chinese-style doctors tend to confirm layman's notions about disease (unlike Western-style doctors), and. Get this from a library.
Chinese-style and Western-style doctors in northern Taiwan. [Emily M Ahern]. Feng Ye, a native of Taiwan, graduated from the Chinese Medical School of China Medical College, Taiwan, in He received his master's degree from the Institute of Chinese Medical Sciences in and holds R.O.C.
licenses in both Chinese and Western medicine.2/5(1). Author(s): Ahern,E M Title(s): Chinese-style and Western-style doctors in northern Taiwan/ E.M. Ahern. In: Medicine in Chinese cultures: comparative studies of health care in Chinese and other societies: papers and discussions from a conference held in Seattle, Washington, U.
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Discover the best Taiwan in Best Sellers. Find the top most popular items in Amazon Books Best Sellers. The material is based on ten years of comparative cross-cultural research of Chinese medical systems at the National Taiwan University, Harvard University, the University of Washington, and the National Institutes of Health.
From the Preface, by Arthur Kleinman:Patients and Healers in the Context of Culture presents a theoretical framework for studying the relationship between medicine, psychiatry, and culture.
That framework is principally illustrated by materials gathered in field research in Taiwan and, to a lesser extent, from materials gathered in similar research in Boston.5/5(1).
Patients and Healers in the Context of Culture presents a theoretical framework for studying the relationship between medicine, psychiatry, and culture. That framework is principally illustrated by materials gathered in field research in Taiwan and, to a lesser extent, from materials gathered in similar research in s: 8.
Patients and healers in the context of culture: an exploration of the borderland between anthropology, medicine, and psychiatry describes observations of clinical interviews between various medical practitioners, namely folk healers, temple medicine men, and Chinese style and Western style physicians, and their patients.
It stresses the importance of adopting proper cultural perspectives. Rin H, Schooler C, Caudill WA. Symptomatology and hospitalization. Culture, social structure and psychopathology in Taiwan and Japan. J Nerv Ment Dis. Oct; (4)– [Google Scholar] LIN T.
A study of the incidence of mental disorder in Chinese and other cultures. Psychiatry. Nov; 16 (4)– [Google Scholar]Cited by: Background Evidence-based medicine promotes and relies on the use of evidence in developing clinical practice guidelines (CPGs).
The Chinese healthcare system includes both traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) and Western medicine, which are expected to be equally reflected in Chinese CPGs. Objective To evaluate the inclusion of TCM-related information in Western medicine CPGs developed in China.
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On this website you will find information about authors and books, along with who to contact in order to license translation rights. All titles featured are eligible for the National Museum of Taiwan Literature’s Translation and. Books from Taiwan is a new initiative funded by the Taiwanese Ministry of Culture to introduce fiction and non-fiction to foreign publishers and readers alike.
On this website you will find information about authors and books, along with who to contact in order to license translation rights. All titles featured are eligible for the National Museum of Taiwan Literature’s Translation and. Doctor West: Dolores goes to Dr.
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People in Taiwan who are not feeling so well have, for generations, avoided going to a doctor and visited a traditional Chinese medicine shop instead. But. In a previous article, we discussed the notion of health and illness in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM).According to TCM, illness arises as a result of specific yin-yang imbalances of the Functional Entities.
The functional entities are: The Five Fundamental Substances: Qi, Xue (Blood), Jinye (Body Fluids), Jing (Essence), and Shen (Spirit).; Zang-fu: A Wu Xing cycle of 5 zang organs, 6 fu.
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