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The First HAMCCSA is Praised by Teachers and Students

Author: Posttime:2019-06-05 11:34:00 View Count:120

    In order to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the founding of the People’s Republic of China, “Red Health and Glorious Future – the History Album of Medical Care in the Central Soviet Area (HAMCCSA)”, edited by Zeng Xinhua, Liu Shanjiu, Zhong Jirun and published by CPC Party History Publishing House, was highly praised by teachers and students.

    “Red Health and Glorious Future – the History Album of Medical Care in the Central Soviet Area” is the first comprehensive album to introduce the history of the establishment and development of medical and health care in the Central Soviet Area since the founding of the People’s Republic of China. It is also a popular book of Party history and science popularizing the red health culture in the Central Soviet Area. It describes in detail the military and civilian leadership of the Communist Party of China in the Soviet Area from 1929 to 1934 on creating a great history of the Red Health Career.
    Clinical medicine science students said that they were moved by the tear-provoking stories of the Red Doctors in the book. The spirit of the Red Doctors made them understand the true meaning of saving lives and treating injuries. They must cherish the happy life now, learn professional knowledge and become a good safety guard for the health of the people in the future.
    It is understood that in order to inherit the red gene, further carry forward the spirit of "Political Firmness, Excellent Technology, Selfless Dedication, Saving Lives and Treating Injuries", and vividly display the history of red medical and health undertakings initiated by the revolutionary forefathers of the health front, GMU organized the compilation and publication of "Red Medical Spirit and Red Health Culture" series of books. This published book has become one of the "Red Health" course auxiliary textbooks and "Red Medical School" compulsory courses.