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[Conglese medical student taking notes at a university in Lyons, France]

Contributor(s):
Mohr, Jean, photographer
Publication:
[1962?]
Language(s):
English
French
Format:
Still image
Subject(s):
Students, Medical
Education, Medical
African Continental Ancestry Group
Women
World Health Organization
Abstract:
Interior view: a large group of medical students are sitting in a classroom taking notes. Verso: WHO/8595. Congo - Medical Services. The Congo awaits the first congolese doctors. Two years after independance there are only two congolese doctors in the congo and the country's medical services are temporarily entrusted to international teams. WHO granted fellowships to former "assistants medicaux" to complete their studies and return to the Congo as full medical doctors. 108 of them are now following courses at 5 French universitites. Martin Tshishimbi, 30, was a medical assitant in North Kasai for 3 years after 6 years of study in Leopoldville. He is now in Lyons (France) with his family as a 5th-year medical student. If all goes well, he will graduate in 1963. Martin taking notes during courses atthe Lyons university.
Copyright:
WHO must be mentioned in the accompanying text and/or given credit. This item may be under copyright protection. Please ask copyright owner for permission before publishing.
Copyright Holder:
World Health Organization; Source: Record; Research date: 20150925
Extent:
1 photoprint.
NLM Unique ID:
101437035 (See catalog record)
NLM Image ID:
A013675
Contributor(s):
Mohr, Jean, photographer
Publication:
[1962?]
Language(s):
English
French
Format:
Still image
Subject(s):
Students, Medical
Education, Medical
African Continental Ancestry Group
Women
World Health Organization
Abstract:
Interior view: a large group of medical students are sitting in a classroom taking notes. Verso: WHO/8595. Congo - Medical Services. The Congo awaits the first congolese doctors. Two years after independance there are only two congolese doctors in the congo and the country's medical services are temporarily entrusted to international teams. WHO granted fellowships to former "assistants medicaux" to complete their studies and return to the Congo as full medical doctors. 108 of them are now following courses at 5 French universitites. Martin Tshishimbi, 30, was a medical assitant in North Kasai for 3 years after 6 years of study in Leopoldville. He is now in Lyons (France) with his family as a 5th-year medical student. If all goes well, he will graduate in 1963. Martin taking notes during courses atthe Lyons university.
Copyright:
WHO must be mentioned in the accompanying text and/or given credit. This item may be under copyright protection. Please ask copyright owner for permission before publishing.
Copyright Holder:
World Health Organization; Source: Record; Research date: 20150925
Extent:
1 photoprint.
NLM Unique ID:
101437035 (See catalog record)
NLM Image ID:
A013675