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중앙과 지방정부 및 의료기관에 대한 감염병 관리체계 강화방안(Strengthening infectious disease control systems in government and healthcare institutions)

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  • 중앙과 지방정부 및 의료기관에 대한 감염병 관리체계 강화방안(Strengthening infectious disease control systems in government and healthcare institutions)
  • 김남순; 박은자; 전진아; 서제희
  • 한국보건사회연구원


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Title 중앙과 지방정부 및 의료기관에 대한 감염병 관리체계 강화방안(Strengthening infectious disease control systems in government and healthcare institutions)
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김남순; 박은자; 전진아; 서제희

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[세종, 한국] : 한국보건사회연구원

Date 2016-12
Series Title; No 연구보고서(수시) / 2016-07
ISBN 978-89-6827-350-6
Pages 149
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language Korean
File Type Link
Subject Social Development < Health
Government and Law < Governance
Holding 한국보건사회연구원
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This study aimed to review follow-ups after the MERS outbreak and to suggest programs and policies to reinforce infectious disease control systems in government and healthcare organizations. To achieve new and deep insights, this study constructed a forum to gather ideas of various stakeholders and conducted a delphi survey. Findings of this study suggest the establishment of independent system of healthcare to effectively respond the public health emergencies. This study also emphasized the importance of the capacity building of the local governing body itself. To strengthen the capacity of local government, infectious disease care system between healthcare institutions and a dedicated organization for the infectious disease control should be established in local level, as well as public health personnel. Moreover, this study proposed the enhancement of control over healthcare institutions. Central and local governments need to supervise and monitor infectious disease control systems in healthcare institutions. Lastly, this study also highlights the importance of expansion of full-time public health personnel.