2020: “First Do No Harm”
The Asia-Pacific Journal | Japan Focus Volume 18 | Issue 2 | Number 3 | Article ID 5338 | Jan 15, 2020
Mit freundlicher Erlaubnis von Japan Focus
“First Do No Harm.”
The Impact of Sanctions on Public Health in North Korea
By Kee B. Park and Haeyoung Kim
Kee B. Park, MD, MPH, is a lecturer on Global Health and Social Medicine and Director of the Korea Health Policy Project at Harvard Medical School. He also serves as Director of the North Korea Programs at the Korean American Medical Association, and has led over 20 delegations to North Korea since 2007 to work alongside and collaborate with North Korean doctors in the DPRK. Dr. Park obtained his medical degree from Rutgers University, trained in neurosurgery at the Temple University Hospital in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and earned a Master of Public Health from Harvard’s T.H. Chan School of Public Health.