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王广坤   社会科学文献出版社  2019-01 出版
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本书将着力阐明英国维多利亚时代的医生职业变迁与医生职业格局的调整与变化状况,梳理维多利亚时代之前英国医生行业与全科医生出现与崛起的社会背景,并在此基础上,阐释全科医生出于治病救人的责任使命感而推动的医疗改革对英国医生职业变迁的推动与医生职业格局的调整。重点探讨在英国维多利亚时代的医生职业变迁过程中,全科医生的出现、医生职业的变迁以及英国医学界医生职业格局的演变和调整给英国社会带来的重大影响。
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  • 文前辅文
  • 序言
  • 绪论
    1. 一 选题缘起
    2. 二 研究内容与对象
    3. 三 重要概念与时间界定
    4. 四 先行研究情况
    5. 二 国内研究概况
  • 第一章 19世纪初的英国医生群体
    1. 第一节 正统医学界
    2. 第二节 非正统医学界
    3. 小结
  • 第二章 社会发展与全科医生势力的崛起
    1. 第一节 社会环境变化与全科医生作用的提升
    2. 第二节 病理学发展与全科医疗信念的普及
    3. 第三节 全科医生卫生管理主导权的确立
    4. 第四节 倡导全科医疗的机构蓬勃发展
    5. 小结
  • 第三章 全科医生主导下的英国医生职业变迁与格局调整
    1. 第一节 正统医学界医生等级秩序消亡
    2. 第二节 非正统医学界医生群体的整合
    3. 第三节 医生教育的变革与发展
    4. 小结
  • 第四章 医生职业变迁与格局变化的影响
    1. 第一节 英国医疗服务新格局形成
    2. 第二节 职业医生专家型社会定位的确立
    3. 小结
  • 结语
  • 附录 近代英国医生职业发展与格局演变大事年表
  • 索引
  • 后记
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