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A Study on Degree of Interest in Health Projects Among Public Servants of Local Centers and Local Residents

보건사업에 관한 주민센터 공무원과 지역주민의 관심차이

  • Kim, You Ho (Dept. of Public Health administration, Chungcheong University) ;
  • Choi, Gyu yil (Dept. of Dental Hygiene, Chungcheong University)
  • Received : 2020.04.16
  • Accepted : 2020.05.20
  • Published : 2020.05.28

Abstract

This study was intended to provide basic data for increasing the interest in health projects for the public servants and local residents in the period ahead by examining the difference in the degree of interest in health projects among the public servants at resident centers and the residents. For that, 46 public servants at resident centers and 107 local residents were sampled, and their degree of interest in specific health projects was analyzed based on Chi-Square and independent sample t-test. Based on comprehensive consideration of the results of analysis, public servants at resident centers were found to have lower interest in health projects than local residents. The results of this study showed that the public servants at resident centers had lower interest in health projects than local residents. That arises from the consideration that specialization is important for implementation of special works. Thus, this study needs to focus on expanding the role of public servants to ensure that resident centers can take on integrated role related to public health. Therefore, the results of this study can provide basic data for expanding the role of public servants at resident centers. Moreover, the results of this study suggested that various ways need to be explored to increase the interest in health projects for local residents.

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