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코로나19 시대 활동적 이동증진

Promoting active mobility during COVID-19

보건교육건강증진학회지 2020년 37권 4호 p.71 ~ 80
고광욱, 송성은, 김현주, 김혜숙,
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고광욱 ( Koh Kwang-Wook ) - Kosin University College of Medicine
송성은 ( Song Sung-Eun ) - Kosin University College of Medicine
김현주 ( Kim Hyun-Zu ) - Kosin University College of Medicine
김혜숙 ( Kim Hye-Sook ) - Daegu Health University Department of Health Administration

Abstract


Objectives: During the recent COVID-19 pandemic, surveys have revealed multiple issues including physical inactivity and obesity, social isolation (“corona blue”), and economic depression etc. We examined the importance, current status, and implications of active mobility during COVID-19.

Methods: We employed evidence acquisition through the identification of relevant studies and articles using Google Scholar. The keywords were COVID-19, active mobility, and physical activity. For discussion, active transport and active travel were added to the keywords. We explored the theory behind the second generation physical activity guideline. The socioeconomic and environmental mechanisms were explored by scouring through documents published by various institutions and local authorities. Cases about active mobility after COVID-19 were summarized. Policy interventions, including active travel to school, were suggested.

Results: Active mobility positively addresses the problems that arose with the emergence of COVID-19: lack of physical activity, an increase in obesity, and a rise in mental depression. Many socioeconomic and environmental effects, including 13 or more sustainable development goals, also could be improved through active mobility. Increasingly many cases of active mobility are emerging since the recent COVID-19 pandemic. Some policy interventions, including active travel to school, would apply to Korea with careful preparation and participation of stakeholders.

Conclusion: Active mobility as a mode of transport is a physical activity that can comprehensively address many problems due to COVID-19. Prudent advocacy from the government is needed to promote new regulations, smart information, and communication technologies.

키워드

active mobility; COVID-19; physical activity; sedentary behavior

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