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우리나라 醫事監視人力要求量에 關한 調査硏究

A Study of Manpower Requirement for Medical Inspectors in Korean

공중보건잡지 1970년 7권 1호 p.413 ~ 418
조용무 (  ) - 서울대학교 보건대학원

Abstract


From August 1 to September 31, 1969, surveys were conducted on the legal minimum work volume and the appointment status of the 224 medical inspectors assigned to inspect the 11,050 medical institutious in this country. 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 medical inspector in cities was calculated as three hours and 10 minutes daily out of his eight work hours, and that by each medical inspector in Kun(country) as two hours.
2. Out of the total number of days available for inspection each year, 227 days (62.2 per cent of the total number of days in a year), 150 days(66 per cent) were actually available for inspection by medical supervisors in cities and only 80 days(35.7 per cent) for inspection by medical inspectors in Kun. Therefore, each medical inspector could supervise 343 medical institutions in cities and 68 in Kun.
3. As the result of comparison between the total legal minimum manpower requirement for medical inspectors and the number of assigned medical supervisors, the excess of shortage of assigned inspectors was discovered as follows: (Unit: persons)
Area Excess or shortage
City Country
Seoul -29
Pusan -5
Kyonggi -4.5 -37.11
Kangwon -1.3 -14.2
N. Ch´ungch´ong 0.4 -11.4
S. Ch´ungch´ong -1.3 -27
N. Cholla -1.3 -11.3
S. Cholla -3.7 -15.3
N. Kyongsang -7.4 -23.2
S. Kyongsang -2.2 -18.1
Cheju 0.5 -1.3

4. Out of a total of 4,595 cases of illegal medical practices uncovered by medical inspectors, 1,643 cases or 35.7 per cent, the greatest proportion, accounted for unlicensed medical practitioners.
5. As for the qualification of incumbent medical inspectors, only 33 of them or 14.7 per cent were appointed on the temporary but full-time basis while 181 or 82.9 per cent were on the regular but part time basis conducting medical supervision as frequently as required while performing other medical administration.

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