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유럽건강도시 발전과 국내적 함의

The development of European healthy cities and its implications for healthy cities in Korea

보건교육건강증진학회지 2021년 38권 1호 p.49 ~ 62
송정국, 고광욱, 임요한,
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송정국 ( Song Jung-Kook ) - Jeju National University School of Medicine
고광욱 ( Koh Kwang-Wook ) - Kosin University College of Medicine
임요한 ( Lim Yo-Hwan ) - Kosin University College of Medicine

Abstract


Objectives: To learn how sustainable health promotion was performed in European Healthy Cities based on relevant experiences during the 30 years and to identify relevant implications for Healthy Cities in Korea.

Methods: This is a literature review of relevant studies found on Google Scholar (as of September 10, 2020), Research Information Sharing Service (as of September 20, 2020), European Healthy Cities Network (as of August 30, 2020).
Health Promotion International (as of September 1, 2020) and Korea Healthy Cities Partnerships (as of September 20, 2020), via snowball sampling. Key words included “healthy cities”, “Korea”, and “European Healthy Cities Network”.

Results: The European Healthy Cities Network has been the central vehicle for Health for All goal at the local level. Historically, the European Healthy Cities have helped establish the appropriate key focus, concepts, philosophy, and strategies for health promotion through quality improvement for accreditation and building a strong network.

Conclusion: An adequately working mechanism for quality improvement in the Korea Healthy Cities Partnerships would guarantee the maturation of Healthy Cities in Korea. Therefore, now seems to be an appropriate time for tapping into the multilayer Healthy Cities network of WHO as well as the central and local governments.

키워드

European healthy cities network; healthy city; health promotion; Korea healthy cities partnerships; quality control

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