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우리나라 감염병관련 법률 및 정책의 변천과 전망 (Public policy and laws on infectious disease control in Korea: Past, present and prospective)

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  • Chun, Byung Chul천병철
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Title 우리나라 감염병관련 법률 및 정책의 변천과 전망 (Public policy and laws on infectious disease control in Korea: Past, present and prospective)
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Author(English)

Chun, Byung Chul

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천병철

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[Seoul, Korea]:대한감염학회

Date 2011-12
Journal Title; Vol./Issue Infection & Chemotherapy:vol. 43(no. 6)
Pages 11
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language Korean
File Type Link
Subject Social Development < Health
Government and Law < Laws and Legislation
Holding 대한감염학회

Abstract

The history of modern infectious disease control in Korea could be divided into 4 era by its characteristics; the Opening and Korean Empire era (1896-1910), Japanese Colonial Rule and US military government era (1910-1948), Korean government era before 2000 (1948-2000) and After 2000 (2000-present). In the Opening and Korean Empire era, the first form of communicable disease prevention act was issued in 1899, including the first 6 notifiable communicable diseases in Korea; cholera, smallpox, dysentery, diphtheria and epidemic typus. Before establishment of administrative department for infectious disease, Japanese Colonial Empire took the police power away and set the colonial sanitary police system in 1907. During the Japanese Colonial Rule, the sanitary police system was forcefully active not only to control the epidemics but also fortify the colonial governmentalism. (The rest omitted)