[KS] Videos(YouTube Link) of The 82nd Societas Koreana Lecture Meeting(South Korean Public Health and Approaching Crisis, 1959-1973)
societaskoreana at yahoo.co.kr
Thu Oct 22 21:35:43 EDT 2020
Dear sir or madam,
The Center for International Affairs at the Academy of Korean Studies (AKS)would like to share lecture videos of The 82nd Societas Koreana Lecture Meeting which was held on September 14th, 2020.The Societas Koreana program is an internationally recognized lecture program led by experts in each field
and the lecture covers a variety of topics from Korean art and culture to Korean history.
The 82nd Societas Koreana lecture was given by an associate professor John DiMoia of Seoul National University regarding the topic "Starting from Mosquitoes: South Korean Public Health and Approaching Crisis, 1959-1973." Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the lecture was delivered with no attendee and the interview video was uploaded on the AKS YouTube Channel.
In his talk, he explained how the Korean’s public health system has been developed so far showing the historical background in Korea and the medical aid for developing countries in past. Recently, the South Korea’s response to the COVID-19 outbreak has been praised around the world for an effective mess testing and tracing program. We believe that this lecture will help you understand the history of public health in Korea in connection with this advanced public health system in Korea.
For more details, you can find the lecture and interview videos on the AKS YouTube Channel.
* Lecture: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gdo3bhXAh9w&t=43s* Interview: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bgUx-fY677M&t=50s
Thank you for your consideration in advance.
Center for International AffairsThe Academy of Korean Studies
강영미 (Ms. Kang Young-Mi)
The Academy of Korean Studies, Division of International Support for Korean Studiessocietaskoreana at yahoo.co.kr, ymkang at aks.ac.kr
TEL: 031-739-9712, 031-709-8111 (#9712)FAX: 031-739-9719
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