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A Study on Activation of Citizen Guardians in Aging Society (고령화 사회에 있어 시민후견인의 활성화 방안 -일본의 문제점과 시사점을 중심으로-)

  • Jeon, Byeong-Joo
    • Journal of Digital Convergence
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    • v.11 no.4
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    • pp.1-10
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    • 2013
  • The adult guardianship system takes effect from July 2013, to protect adults who need protection due to insufficient ability to judge, and help them lead a normal life. It is very important to identify the problems and solutions of the country's through the analysis of Japan that already performs the adult guardianship system, through which there is a need to prepare basis to accomplish the optimal system in advance. It is essential to secure the quality guardians above all, for the successful settlement of the adult guardianship system; the importance of citizen guardians is ever increasing as especially the 'socialization' of the adult guardianship system is supported recently. Therefore, in this study, the trends in the types of the guardians were examined by analyzing the adult guardianship incidents of the Supreme Court of Japan; and the ways to activate the system focused on the citizen guardians.

Health Law and Adult Guardianship System (성년후견제도와 정신보건법상 환자의 동의권에 관한 연구)

  • Moon, Sang hyuk
    • The Korean Society of Law and Medicine
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    • v.16 no.1
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    • pp.221-254
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    • 2015
  • The amendment of the Korea Civil Code will take place July 1, 2013. One of the most import issues related to adult guardianship system is a part. Though more than 100 new provisions, the revised Civil Code fundamentally reformed the guardianship system to establish a system to meet the diverse and complex needs of those who need a guardian and ensure due process. The new adult guardianship system intended to respect dignity and human right of mentally incapacitated adults, to guaranee their autunomy and to minimize the public interventions for assisting them. The new guardianship system for vulnerable adult has three kinds of legal guardianship system (adult guardianship, limited guardianship and specific guardianship). Mental patients forced the hospitalization of the mental health code and will be treated as an agreement incapable person. In principle an agreement incapable person has capacity of consent. The consent of the mental patients are admitted first. It is advisable to medical care only by the consent of the guardian when the the mental patient do not agree ability. If the mental patient do not agree with the mentally ill, but there should be a supervisory capacity for a guardianship of the couple guardian supervision. In conclusion, it not lost the capacity to consent to inpatient mental illness called. Therefore, we must discuss in detail the scope of the agreement for the mental patients. Mental Health Act amendments are necessary in accordance with the amended Civil Code.

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A Comparative Study on perception of Consumer parents and Service Provider on the Adult Guardship System (성년후견제도에 대한 성년후견수요자의 부모와 서비스 제공자의 인식 비교 연구)

  • Chun, Dong Il;Kim, Kyoung Ran;Je, Cheol Ung
    • Journal of Digital Convergence
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    • v.11 no.4
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    • pp.11-23
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    • 2013
  • Adult guardianship system is about to launch in July 2013 in South Korea. For its successful first step, this study examined social awareness on the adult guardianship system and compared the awareness of parents and the awareness of service providers in the handicapped adult guardianship program to draw political implications on how to improve the system. As a result, this study found that people had higher awareness on adult guardianship (78.9%) but their understanding was lower (35.2%). Secondly, prospected guardians were found to have stronger demand on hospital use and financial management than on their asset management. About 63.3% of them showed an intention to use the system in the future. Lastly, both parent group and service provider group were found to have awareness at a similar level to each other on civilian guardian types, cost, who to bear coat and how much, and details of the program.

Adult Guardian's Misconduct in Japan and Its Implication for Korea (일본 성년후견인의 부정행위와 한국에서의 함의)

  • Jeon, Byeong-Joo;Kim, Keon-Ho
    • The Journal of the Korea Contents Association
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    • v.13 no.8
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    • pp.141-151
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    • 2013
  • The adult guardianship system takes effect from July 2013. At this point, just a month prior to the enforcement of the system, Korea should be prepared for specific countermeasures to implement the optimized system. Japan has high similarities in social and culture matters with Korea and is evaluated that the introduction background of adult guardianship system and overall operation system is similar to Korea's. As misconducts by adult guardians among the various problems occurred in Japan bring decreasing trust and delay the system settlement, proactive and posterior measures should be prepared for these problems. Therefore, in this study, misconducts by adult guardians occurred in the enforcement of adult guardianship system in Japan is to be examined and through these findings, several strategies were suggested to prevent misconducts in Korea which include the expansion of organization and manpower in family Court, dual supervision system and emergent appointment system etc.

A Comparative Convergence Study on the Perceptions of Disabled Child Carers and Officials on the Adult Guardianship System (장애자녀 보호자와 공무원의 성년후견제도에 대한 인식비교 융복합 연구)

  • You, Su-Jin;Yoon, Sun-Hee;Hwang, Moon-Young;Paik, Jin-Suk
    • Journal of Digital Convergence
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    • v.13 no.6
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    • pp.275-286
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    • 2015
  • This study conducts a comparative study on the perceptions of disabled child carers and officials on the Adult Guardianship System, and study the settlement method. First of all, 68.9% of the disabled child carers and 43.9% of the officials were aware of the system. Both the carers(90.2%) and officials(94.3%) responded that it was a helpful system for the respect for human rights. In terms of preferred guardian type, carers responded 'parents' and officials responded 'professionals'. All respondents responded that the 'establishment of national organization' was the most needed improvement of the system. In order for the Adult Guardianship System to stabilize as the system that can contribute to respect for human rights and social integration, promoting general public about the Adult Guardianship System, cultivate a high quality public guardian, the national organization of the Adult Guardianship System should be founded.

In the information age, the significance and improvement of adult guardianship system for people with developmental disabilities (정보화시대에서 발달장애인의 성년후견제도에 관한 연구)

  • Choi, Sun-Koung
    • The Journal of the Korea institute of electronic communication sciences
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    • v.9 no.4
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    • pp.483-490
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    • 2014
  • This research intends to analyze the implications of current adult guidance system from an angle of people with developmental disabilities in an sudden changed information age. Through it, this research intends to seek improvement of adult guardian system for people with developmental disabilities, a main group of the system, from an angle different from the aged. It focuses on significance and improvement for the significance of adult guardian system for people with developmental disabilities, which are weak for self-decision. Furthermore, for the improvements, this system should be able to be information exchange and communities through the using internet in the cyber space.

Trends of Japanese Adult Guardian's Type and Its Implications for Korea (일본 성년후견인의 유형 동향과 한국에의 시사점 -강산(岡山)지역의 법인후견을 중심으로-)

  • Jeon, Byeong-Joo;Kim, Keon-Ho
    • The Journal of the Korea Contents Association
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    • v.13 no.4
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    • pp.187-197
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    • 2013
  • The incompetency and quasi-incompetency system regulated legal incompetence in the past is insufficient for protections of the adults with insufficient abilities of judgement, the criticism has been continued that the system is not efficiently respond to their rights and legal relationship formation. At last, the government introduces adult guardianship system through revising the civil law. At this point, just several months prior to the enforcement of adult guardianship system, we should be prepared to issues which may occur in the actual operation of the system. Japan has high similarities in social and culture matters with Korea and in the general operation of its adult guardianship system is similar to Korea's, Therefore, Korea should be prepared for the basis to implement the optimized system through in advance understanding the trend in Japan. The study reviews the trends of Japanese adult guardian's type, and draws suggestions for Korea by finding activity requirements and subjects focusing on the currently increasing corporation guardiancy.

Illness Experiences and Palliative Care Needs in Community Dwelling Persons with Cardiometabolic Diseases (심혈관대사질환이 있는 지역사회 거주 환자의 질환경험 및 완화의료 요구)

  • Cha, EunSeok;Lee, JaeHwan;Lee, KangWook;Hwang, Yujin
    • The Korean Journal of Hospice and Palliative Care
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    • v.22 no.1
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    • pp.8-18
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    • 2019
  • Purpose: This study was conducted to better understand the illness experiences and palliative care needs in community-dwelling persons with cardiometabolic diseases. Methods: This qualitative descriptive study was conducted with 11 patients (and three family members) among 28 patients contacted. Interviews were led by the principal investigator in her office or at participants' home depending on their preference. All interviews were digitally recorded and transcribed by a research assistant. The interviews were analyzed by two independent researchers using a conventional method. Results: Participants' ages ranged from 42 to 82 years (nine men and two women). Three themes were identified: (1) same disease, but different illness experiences; (2) I am in charge of my disease(s); (3) preparation for disease progression. Participants were informed of the name of their disease when they were diagnosed, but not provided with explanation of the diagnosis or meant or how to do self-care to delay the disease progression, which increased the feelings of uncertainty, hopelessness and anxiety. Taking medication was considered to be the primary treatment option and self-care a supplemental one. Advanced care plans were considered when they felt the progression of their disease(s) while refraining from sharing it with their family or health care professionals to save their concerns. All participants were willing to withhold life-sustaining treatment without making any preparation in writing. Conclusion: Education on self-care and advanced care planning should be provided to community-dwelling persons with cardiometabolic diseases. A patient-centered education program needs to be developed for this population.