Table of contents for Chinese medicine in early communist China (1945-1963) : medicine of revolution / Kim Taylor.


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Counter
 Chinese Medicine in Early Communist China - 
Medicine of Revolution
Kim Taylor
TABLE OF CONTENTS
-	Acknowledgements....................	1
-	Introduction.......................	4
1)	CHAPTER ONE 
A NEW, SCIENTIFIC AND UNIFIED MEDICINE: CIVIL WAR IN CHINA 
AND THE NEW ACUPUNCTURE (1945-9)				32
-	Zhu Lian's 'New Acupuncture'................	37
-	The Military Metaphor in Zhu Lian's Description of the Body...	41
-	A New, Scientific and Unified Medicine...........	48
-	Science in the 'New Acupuncture'..............	50
2)	CHAPTER TWO
PATHWAY FOR THE NEW MEDICINE: THE UNIFICATION OF CHINESE 
AND WESTERN MEDICINES (1949-53)			67
Part 1:		Chinese Medicine Studies Western Medicine......	68
-	Towards a Synthesis of Medicines..............	77
-	The Attack on the Ministry of Health.............	85
Part 2:		The 'New Acupuncture' continued..........	91
-	Beijing School for the Further Education of Chinese Medical Practitioners	94
-	Mathematics in Medicine.................	98
-	Western Science, Japanese Science and Soviet Science......	103
-	Variation in Innovation..................	108
3)	CHAPTER THREE
MODERNIZING THE OLD: THE CREATION OF A 'TRADITIONAL' 
CHINESE MEDICINE (1953-6)						133
Part 1:		Western medicine studies Chinese medicine.......	134
-	Rehabilitating China's Past.................	137
-	Initiatives in the South..................	141
-	Mao takes Charge....................	145
-	Doctors of Western Medicine study Chinese Medicine......	147
-	Implications of this Involvement of the Western Medical Profession	151
-	Raising the Profile of Chinese Medicine...........	154
-	Chinese Herbal Medicine.................	156
Part 2:		The Formation of a 'Traditional Chinese Medicine' (TCM) 	159
-	Histories of Medicine as a Reflection of the Ideal.........	162
-	A Traditional Chinese Medicine...............	168
-	The Setting up of a Research Academy of TCM........	172
-	The First Class.....................	176
-	The Self-Criticisms....................	183
-	A Change of Direction..................	190
-	Apprenticeships.....................	192
-	The 'Birth' of the Academies of TCM............	196
4)	CHAPTER FOUR
ESTABLISHING A NATIONAL TREASURE TROVE OF TCM: THE 
STANDARDIZATION OF CHINESE MEDICINE (1957-63)		230
-	Let a Hundred Flowers Bloom!!...............	233
-	Political Turmoil: Anti-Rightist Campaign and Great Leap Forward	238
-	Public Health Initiatives...................	241
-	Graduation of the First Class.................	245
-	A National Treasure-House................	248
-	The Secondary Role of the Academies of TCM.........	252
-	The Standardization of Knowledge.............	258
-	Input from the Chinese Medical Practitioners.........	267
-	The Second Set of National TCM Textbooks..........	269
-	The Integration of Chinese and Western Medicines.......	273
-	The Portrayal to the West of Scientific Merits.........	276
-	A Basic Theory of TCM..................	284
-	A Sample of the Medicine..................	290
-	Conclusion........................	322
-	Appendix I - Name-List of the first group of Chinese medical practitioners 
	brought to Beijing from around China to staff the newly set-up Research 
	Academy of TCM in 1955..................	327
-	Appendix II - National TCM course curricula for the years 1981 and 1997	341
-	Bibliography A - Western Language Sources.........	343
-	Bibliography B - Chinese Language Sources.........	364
-	Bibliography C - Articles from CCP government organs on Chinese
	Medical Policy.....................	379
-	Bibliography D - List of Interviewees.............	3




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