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Examining Distinctive Points of Introduction to Medicine(醫學入門, Yixuerumen) through the Clinical Window
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Examining Distinctive Points of Introduction to Medicine(醫學入門, Yixuerumen) through the Clinical Window
Hong, Saeyoung; Lee, Mangoon; Cha, Wungseok; Kim, Namil;
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 Abstract
Objectives : Introduction to Medicine(醫學入門, Yixuerumen) is one of the basic clinical texts in Korean medical history. This study is designed to prove clinical value of Introduction to Medicine for practitioners in their early stage of clinical practice. Methods : Introduction to Medicine is closely reviewed in various aspects in order to examine broad outlines of specificity as well as its distinctive constructional feature. Results : Since Introduction to Medicine showed peculiar intention of developing practitioner`s clinical ability, it has been a preferential choice for Korean medicine practitioners to enhance their qualification at the early stage of one`s career in Korean history. It is still valid for modern practitioners because composite medical texts are needed in order to systematize one`s fragmental knowledge acquired from institutional education. Conclusions : Introduction to Medicine shows a large potential as a clinical textbook in the course of maximizing one`s clinical ability with its aid. Through understanding multilateral aspects of clinical guidelines and directions engraved in Introduction to Medicine, learners will be able to derive full capacity from the text.
 Keywords
Introduction to Medicine(醫學入門, Yixuerumen);Donguibogam;Korean Medicine;Clinical Medicine;Tacit Knowledge;
 Language
Korean
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