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Respiratory research in the People"s Republic of China.
Frederick Fengtien Kao
A publication of the Geographic Health Studies, John E. Fogarty International Center for Advanced Study in the Health Sciences.
|Series||DHEW Publication No. (NIH) 75-770|
|Contributions||John E. Fogarty International Center for Advanced Study in the Health Sciences. Geographic Health Studies Program.|
Indeed, the postmodern turn in history has revealed the limitations of official archives and, more generally, textual evidence. For country specific notes on this data collection, please refer to this background information document. By contrast, a higher proportion of deaths among women rather than men were attributed to diseases of the respiratory system in six Member States, with the largest gender gap in Denmark 1. The culture at every archive in China is different, and researchers should not expect that every single archive will permit them to do research. Trade publishing is not such a capital-intensive industry.
So they are far from being purely capitalistic. Since then, there has been a widespread crackdown on civil society and freedom of information in China. But, in circumstances when it is possible and appropriate, scholars should be willing to share their sources. Due to the cost, time involved, and effort of coming to China from abroad, it makes sense to want to complete research for several different projects at the same time. But due to limited funding, time, and patience, this is not always practical or possible. Sometimes filling out this form is just a formality and staff will not pay much attention to what is written down.
But not many foreign publishers are yet making money in China, and those few who are tend to make it with scientific and technical titles, not trade. Here are some of the major importers licensed by the Chinese Government to import foreign books. The culture at every archive in China is different, and researchers should not expect that every single archive will permit them to do research. To give several examples, as of fallthe Nanjing Municipal Archives, the Wuhan Municipal Archives, and the Zhejiang Provincial Archives all require foreign researchers to satisfy both of these demands. Because these rules tend to change frequently, researchers should contact the archives they plan to visit in advance to inquire about the required letter s of introduction Sometimes a proper letter of introduction and a passport are not good enough to gain access to an archive in China.
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Many archives also provide a simple list of record groups which does not include any descriptive information aside from work unit and record group number. Influenza vaccination rate, people aged 65 years and over, Note: the rate shown is the proportion of people aged 65 and over having been immunised against influenza during the 12 months prior to the survey.
In your research, did you find this phenomenon to be widespread? A standardised rather than crude death rate can be compiled which is independent of the age and sex structure of a population: this is done as most causes of death vary significantly by age and according to sex and the standardisation facilitates comparisons of rates over time and between countries.
While provincial and municipal archives do contain some materials related to foreign affairs, these documents tend to focus on low-level exchanges taking place between China and other nations.
In part this is because not all Chinese work units are equal in the eye of the beholder. Similarly, researchers should keep the situation in China today in perspective. For a longer summary and analysis of the law, see William W. Lithuania 6. Researchers can search the databases themselves and view files immediately, as long as they have been digitized.
But they must step along a narrow path to avoid conflicts with the Government.
See Diamant, Revolutionizing the Family. In many ways, we have much to learn.
By contrast, Portugal and Finland recorded a considerably higher proportion of people aged 65 years or over who were vaccinated against influenza in than inup by more than The culture at every archive in China is different, and researchers should not expect that every single archive will permit them to do research.
Unfortunately, considerable amounts of valuable historical materials are still inaccessible at Chinese archives because of the ambiguity built into the Chinese archives law of Many Party and government records from the s through at least the s were composed so as to accomplish three things: provide a summary of work completed to date, list the achievements as well as the shortcomings of that work, and, finally, offer proposals and instructions for work to be carried out in the near future.
The bulk of the post holdings are still classified. Social health insurance schemes, including the rural cooperative medical scheme and the urban resident-based health insurance scheme that are mainly financed by government subsidies, and the urban employee-based health insurance scheme financed with contributions from both the employees and the employers have reached universal population coverage.
Thus, a researcher needs to re-run the same keyword search at least several times. So as a result, the enforcement of standards largely falls on local and provincial government personnel, who are under the thumb of local and provincial Communist Party officials who are constantly wined and dined, if not controlled by industrialists.
It is also important to recognize that this tripartite formula circumscribed what could and could not said in a document. Researchers can begin to reconstruct how a particular record came to be written by following which lines were crossed out, what sentences rearranged, and what the marginalia dotting the sides of a page says.contributing to the implementation of the EU-China Strategic Agenda for Cooperation, as well as to the EU-China The cooperation is also pursued in a number of research projects and scientific networks.
At the EU-China Summit, the JRC and the Institute of. Fang XC, Wang XD, Bai CX. Burden and importance of proper management about chronic obstructive pulmonary disease in China. Int J Respir ; Respiratory Diseases Branch of Chinese Medical Association. A national guideline for the diagnosis, management, and prevention of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease in China.
The development of modern respiratory medicine in China has undergone three phases, primarily driven by the disease burdens and the corresponding regulation priorities. The first phase (s to s) was a phase of prevention and management of TB.
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