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Public participation in the process of local public health policy, using policy network analysis

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  • Park, Yukyung; Kim, Chang-yup; You, Myoung Soon; Lee, Kun Sei; Park, Eunyoung
  • The Korean Society for Preventive Medicine


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Title Public participation in the process of local public health policy, using policy network analysis
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Park, Yukyung; Kim, Chang-yup; You, Myoung Soon; Lee, Kun Sei; Park, Eunyoung

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[Busan, Korea]:The Korean Society for Preventive Medicine

Date 2014
Journal Title; Vol./Issue Journal of Preventive Medicine and Public Health:vol. 47
Pages 11
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
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Subject Social Development < Health
Government and Law < Public Administration
Holding The Korean Society for Preventive Medicine

Abstract

Objectives: To assess the current public participation in-local health policy and its implications through the analysis of policy networks in health center programs. Methods: We examined the decision-making process in sub-health center installations and the implementation process in metabolic syndrome management program cases in two districts (‘gu’s) of Seoul. Participants of the policy network were selected by the snowballing method and completed self-administered questionnaires. Actors, the interactions among actors, and the characteristics of the network were analyzed by Netminer. Results: The results showed that the public is not yet actively participating in the local public health policy processes of decisionmaking and implementation. In the decision-making process, most of the network actors were in the public sector, while the private sector was a minor actor and participated in only a limited number of issues after the major decisions were made. (The rest omitted)