Constancy of Purpose: An Account of the Foundation and History of the Hong Kong College of Medicine and the Faculty of Medicine of The University of Hong Kong, 1887-1987

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Hong Kong University Press, 1987年11月1日 - 304 頁
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The Faculty of Medicine of the Universit of Hong Kong traces its origins back to the inauguration of the Hong Kong College of Medicine for Chinese on 1 October, 1987, of which Dr Sun Yat-sen was one of the the first and most illustrious graduates, and it accordingly celebrates its centenary in 1987. This volume relates the development of the Faculty from its beginnings and commemorates the establishment of one of the oldest and most reputable medical schools in South East Asia. It is hoped that it will be of special attraction and appeal not only to those connected with the Faculty but also a much wider audience interested in the development of modern medical education in this region.
 

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1 Introduction
1
Plates
9
2 The Background
19
3 The Introduction of Western Medical Education
23
4 The Alice Memorial Hospital and the Vision of a Medical School
27
5 From College to Faculty
33
6 Some Reflections on the College of Medicine
37
7 The Question of Professional Recognition
39
9 The First Crisis Rockefeller and Salvation
51
10 The InterWar Years
69
11 The Test of War
77
12 The Phoenix Arises from the Ashes
83
13 The Emergence of the Modern Faculty
87
14 The Faculty of Medicine Today
93
Appendices
133
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8 The Infant Faculty
45

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