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우리나라 의사평생교육 현황과 개선방안

Present status and constitutional remedies of continuing medical education in Korea

대한의사협회지 2020년 63권 12호 p.776 ~ 781
김상현, 박정율,
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김상현 ( Kim Sang-Hyun ) - Korean Medical Association Research Institute for Healthcare Policy
박정율 ( Park Jung-Yul ) - Korea University College of Medicine Department of Neurosurgery

Abstract


The purpose of this study is to identify the historical background and status of continuing medical education (CME) in Korea, and to establish a method for improving CME in the future. Currently, the CME in Korea presents several problems that need to be addressed, such as the appropriateness of the annual required credits, maintenance of simple refresher training, insufficient online education, and evaluation and accreditation of educational institutions. Solutions are offered in the form of increased time for the required credits, introduction of social competency topics and education methods, improvement of online education, evaluation to improve the quality of CME, and introduction of a systematic and appropriate evaluation and accreditation system. CME and continuing professional development (CPD) are not only obligations stipulated in the medical law, but also professional requisites in terms of securing autonomy through self-development and self-regulation. It aims to enlighten the high level of professionalism required by the international community. It is an essential requirement and ultimately promotes and protects the physical, mental, and social health of people worldwide. In order to cope with the international standards of CME/CPD that ensure high quality treatment and patient safety, it is crucial to reform the continuing medical education system by securing the physicians’ professionalism. To this end, authors propose the improvement and implementation of CME system in Korea based on internal review and benchmarks of the internationally recognized CME/CPD systems that meet global standards.

키워드

의사평생교육; 인증; 원격교육; 환자안전; 전문직업성
Continuing medical education; Accreditation; Distance education; Patient safety; Professionalism

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