Departmental Bulletin Paper ブータン南部ロイヤル・マナス国立公園の訪問を終えて : 希少ネコ科動物の保全の現状について
Visit to Royal Manas National Park in the South Part of Bhutan : Report on the Recent Conservation of Rare Wild Feline Species

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16pp.73 - 79 , 2015-03-28 , 京都大学ヒマラヤ研究会; 京都大学ブータン友好プログラム; 京都大学霊長類学・ワイルドライフサイエンス・リーディング大学院
ISSN:0914-8620
NCID:AN10392447
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特集1: 京都大学ブータン友好プログラム特集 = Special Issue 1: Contribution from the Kyoto Bhutan Friendship Program
2014年9月10日から18日までの9日間に渡り、学生5名でブータン王国に訪問した。京都大学東南アジア研究所の坂本龍太医師のご紹介で行くことができた。訪問の主な目的はブータン王国の医療システムを見学することで、2つの地域病院と診療所(BHU: Basic Health Unit)を訪れた。ブータンの概要は同誌の第10次ブータン友好訪問団調査報告)を参照していただきたい。
Five medical students, visited Bhutan from September 10th to September 18th. We went to see two hospitals and a health care center called BHU (Basic Health Unit). The purposes of this visit are seeing and learning about primary health care system in Bhutan. Bhutanese public health services seem to be based on spirits of Buddhism as shown in the Constitution of The Kingdom of Bhutan. Bhutanese people live a religious life, which we saw how is deep during this trip. Bhutanese medical system provides both modern and traditional medicine. The latter is Tibetan medicine", gSo-ba Rig-pa." It means science of healing in Tibetan. Tibetan system of medicine explain that sickness comes from the three poisons in Buddhism words: Greed, Anger, and ignorance. It emphasize on controlling lifestyle and meals to prevent and heal sickness which modern medicine have focused on recently. Another feature is a variety of unique medicines made of highlands’ herbs in Bhutan. All of hospitals are ornamented in a traditional way as they were a kind of temple. Bhutanese doctors and paramedics really devote themselves to public health services in Bhutan and make their hospital comfortable.
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