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우리나라의 保健計劃人力供給現況과 分析

A Study of the Status of Health Planning Manpower in Korea

공중보건잡지 1977년 14권 1호 p.33 ~ 44
이용환,
소속 상세정보
이용환 (  ) - 서울대학교 보건대학원

Abstract


The Purpose of this study is to provide data and references on the status of supply of health planning manpower from postgraduate schools and in-service training at government training institutes and also on the status of health planning manpower being employed by the central government agency in terms of their educational backgrounds, both college education or above and/or in-service training and their participation in health planning efforts of the government, required for the formulation of planning a future supply and utilization plan of health planning manpower.
As the results of surveys conducted during the period of September 1 through 30, 1976 on a total number of 64 Ministry of Health and Social Affairs middle level public officials working in the field of public health service, the following conclusion has been reached:
1. No postgraduate school or undergraduate school offers a health planning course, only two universities have a health planning subject as part of a public health administration course.
2. A small number of the graduates from these schools have been employed by the government in the field of public health service.
3. Only the National Institute of Health has conducted two 4 week to 6 week health planning in-service training to Grade 3 public officials in 1975 and 1976. No similar training had been given elsewhere in Korea.
4. One-third of the public officials with non-health education backgrounds have been participating in public health service.
5. More responded public officials with non-health education backgrounds have taken health planning in-service training.
6. A large number of aged public officials without health education backgrounds stay in public health service.
7. Few government of officials with health planning education had participated in the formulation of the health sector plan in the 4th 5 year economic development plan.
On the basis of the above results, the following recommendation is made:
1. Health planning education and training at postgraduate schools and at the National Institute of Health be strengthened, with inclusion of development theory and health economics in their curriculum.
2. There must be done something to attract postgraduate school graduates to government jobs, with increasing a number of students.
3. Public officials, both in health position and non-health position, be given more health planning training, particularly those in non-health position without health education backgrounds. Such training must be continued.
4. The Ministry of Health and Social Affairs health planning unit must be upgraded and streng thened in terms of manpower and their qualifications.

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