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Author: Huang Shanqi;
Language: English
Format: 24.6 x 17.8 x 2.6 cm
Page: 367
Publication Date: 09/2016
ISBN: 9787307187368
Series: Hsiang-Ya
Table of Contents
SECTION Ⅰ FOUNDING AND EARLY DEVELOPMENT OF XIANGYA
1 Yale University and Yale—China Association
2 Thurston's Survey in China
3 Taking Root in Hunan
4 Dr.Edward Hume Arriving in Changsha
5 Dr.Edward Hume Opening Yali Hospital
6 Early Days of Yali Hospital
7 First Inpatients and First Surgery
8 Removing a Tumor
9 False Alarm of Medical Dispute
10 The Emergency Door
11 A Difficult Delivery
12 Infertility Treatment
13 Treatment of Smallpox
14 Numerous Letters of Thanks
15 Unexpected Rivals
16 The Fortuneteller and Astrologer
17 Superstitious Citizens
18 The Trouble Maker
19 Nina Gage Founding the Nursing School
20 First Conference of the Chinese Nursing Association
21 Finding a Chinese Equivalent for the Word "Nurse"
22 Dr.Yan Joining the Yali Hospital
23 Dr.Yan Stopping the Plague
24 Dr.Yan Curing Tan Yankai of Lobar Pneumonia
25 Dr.Yan Preventing and Curing Ancylostostomiasis
26 Dr.Yan Founding the Red Cross Hospital and the Renshu Nursing School
SECTION Ⅱ CHINA—US COLLABORATION TO START HUNAN—YALE COLLEGE OF MEDICINE
27 Coinage of the Name "Xiangya"
28 Twists and Turns in the China—US Cooperation
29 Chaozong Street, Starting Point for Xiangya
30 Dr.Yah Initiating the Chinese Medical Association and the Hunan Medical Association
31 Teaching of Anthropotomy
32 Xiangya's Relief Efforts during the Liling Battle
33 Relocating and Renaming of the Hospital and Nursing School
34 Mao Zedong as Chief Editor of New Hunan
35 Construction and Relocation of the College
36 Mourning Tan Yankai
37 Teaching Management
38 First Graduating Class
39 Xiangya's Influence in the World
40 Origin of"South China Xiangya"
41 Recruitment Advertising
42 Standardized Medical Education
43 Students Granted the Tuition—Free Scholarship
44 The Public Service Department and Free Medical Treatment
45 Yan Fuqing's Aspiration
46 Boxer Indemnity for the Benefit of National Public Health
47 Renewal of the Agreement and the Tenth Anniversary
48 Tooth Extraction for Chiang Kai—shek
49 Inscription by Sun Yat—sen
SECTION Ⅲ REHABILITATION OFXIANGYA
50 Dr.EdwardHume Leaving Hunan
51 "You Will Be Executed Tomorrow Morning"
52 Suspension of Xiangya
53 Xiangya Medical College to Be Rehabilitated
54 Northern Suburb Clinic
55 Cooperation with National Tsinghua University
56 Supporting the War of Resistance Against Japan
57 Zhang Xiaoqian Being Installed as the President
SECTION Ⅳ RELOCATION TO GUIYANG AND CHONGQING
58 A Long Journey to Guiyang
59 Tough Times in Guiyang
60 Surviving the "February 4th Bombardment"
61 Building the Xiangya Village
62 Li Qipan Taking over Responsibility in Tough Times
63 Xiangya Branches during the War of Resistance Against Japan
64 The Twenty—fifth Anniversary of Xiangya and the Sixtieth Birthday of Dr.Yan
65 Xiangya Medical College Being Nationalized
66 Discussion for a Better Name after Nationalization
67 Directing Board of Xiangya Medical Center
68 The Motto and Anthem of the College
69 Achievements in Guiyang
70 Zhang Xiaoqian's Resignation
71 Biological Warfare in Changde
72 Seeking Truth Book Club
73 Development and Influence of Xiangya During Wartime
74 Jiang Jingguo (Chiang Ching—kuo)Sending for a Doctor
75 Evacuation from Guiyang to Chongqing
76 Adventurous Escort
77 The School Alumni
78 Xiangya's Predicament in Chongqing
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SECTION Ⅴ XIANGYA RETURNING TO CHANGSHA AFTER VICTORY OVER JAPAN
SECTION Ⅵ BEFORE THE DAYBREAK
SECTION Ⅶ NEWXIANGYA
SECTION Ⅷ SKETCHES OF HISTORICAL DOCUMENTS
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In 1924, the U.S.Congress refunded to China 12,545,000 dolla rs of the Boxer Rebellion indemnity money.China and the U.S.reached an agreement to set up a China Foundation for the Promotion of Education and Culture (also China Foundation).In 1926, ten Chinese and five Americans formed the Board of the Foundation.As its name suggested, the main purpose of the foundation was to promote education and culture in China.Between 1926 and 1927, 13 schools, 3 research institutes and 5 educational and cultural organizations obtained a subsidy of 419,906 dollars.Establishment of the China Foundation had greaYt influence in the educational and cultural field.
Following the United States, Britain, France and Italy also refunded some indemnity money.When the Britain was still hesitating, Chinese intellectuals took action.Non—government academic organizations persuaded the British government to invest on their undertakings.
In February i926, the Sixth Conference of the Chinese Medical Association was held in Shanghai.Over 20 guests from Britain, the United States and Russia attended the meeting.Yan appealed to the British government to invest the indemnity money on the public health in China,and delivered a speech Make Use of the U.K.'s Indemnity Money, Improve Public Health in China.
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