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우리나라 藥事 監視人力要求量에 關한 調査硏究

A Study of Manpower Requirement for Pharmaceutical Inspectors in Korea

공중보건잡지 1970년 7권 1호 p.385 ~ 392
박홍진 (  ) - 서울대학교 보건대학원

Abstract


From July 2 to September 2, 1969. surveys were conducted on the legal minimum work volume and the assignment status of the 249 pharmaceutical inspectors assigned to inspect the pharmaceutical plants, pharmaceutical retailing stores and medical institution in Korea. Through the analysis of data thus collected, the following result were achieved:
1. The average number of hours actually available for Personal inspection by each pharmaceutical inspector who calculated as three hours and 30 minutes daily out of hia eight work hours.
2. The average annual number of days available for inspection was 228 days(62.2 Per cent of the total number of days in a year). Therefore, each pharmaceutical inspector can inspect a total of 660 pharmaceutical establishments in a year.
3. As the result of comparison between the total legal minimum manpower requirement for pharmaceutical inspectors and the number of assigned Pharmaceutical inspectors, the shortage of assigned pharmaceutical inspectors was discovered as follows :
(Unit : persons)
Area Shortage
Seoul 13.4
Pusan 12.59
Kyonggi 18.48
Langwon 8.28
N. Ch´ungch´ong 7.14
S. Ch´ungch´ong 14.73
N. Cholla 9.13
S. Cholla 15.05
N. Kyongsang 21.87
S. Kyongsang 14.36
Cheiu 1.44
4. A great percentage of the 249 incumbent Pharmaceutical inspectors were not fully qualified. The 30 pharmaceutical inspectors assigned to the Ministry of Health and Social Affairs were fully accredited inspectors. Out of the 36 assigned to Seoul, however, 27 were fully accredited inspectors, While nine others were appointed on the temporary basis. All the pharmaceutical inspectors assigned to Pusan and the provinces were on the temporary payroll. Thus, 77.1 percent of all the incumbent pharmaceutical inspectors were in the temporary employment.
Therefore, the following corrective measures are recommended:
1. Due to the lack of a system for the Promotion of pharmaceutical inspectors, many of them feel like resigning or seeking other employment, thereby seriously obstructing the improvement of the pharmaceutical administration. Better treatment should be rendered to pharmaceutical inspectors.
2. Because no travel expenses and information collecting expenses arc paid to pharmaceutical inspectors, it is difficult to root out the rampage of standard pharmaceuticals. Transportation should be provided for the pharmaceutical inspectors as soon as possible.
3. All the incumbent Pharmaceutical inspectors on the temporary payroll should be formally appointed as regular inspector Their stable positions will boost their moral.
4. In order to cover the shortage of pharmaceutical inspectors, pharmacists whose supply is in excess of demand at present, should be given a set period of training to be appointed as pharmaceutical inspectors. That will help solve the manpower supply problem and improve the pharmaceutical.
5. Thc existing pharmaceutical subsection of each publichealth center in each Ku(ward) of Seoul should be upgraded to a pharmaceutical section, and the health centers of local provinces to have a pharmaceutical subsection. That will help normalize the pharmaceutical administration.

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