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A Study on Analysis of Validity for launching Domestic Market of Drugstore (드럭스토어의 국내 시장 진입 타당성 분석에 관한 연구)

  • OH, Young-Ae;Kim, Hee-Jung
    • Journal of Distribution Science
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    • v.6 no.1
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    • pp.5-24
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    • 2008
  • Pharmaceutists are interested in drugstores which are selling, the sundries, cosmetics, medical devices, with drugs. Because drug stores without prescription issued by doctor have faced on finacial difficulties since speciality between doctors and pharmaceutists set us law. There are two types of drugstore which is a type of common drugstore, other is a type of traditional drugstore based on pharmaceuties in steady of big size of store based on studies, cosmetics and so on. Expansion of business for drugstore show us that most of customer are who are very sensitive in circumstance. Since 2,000 it has been expanded to large scale, so market analysts expect that volume of market will be increased to 10 times within 5 years. Drugstores have several kinds of merchandises which customers can take a choice for their demands, so most of customers the young generations. However, market customers will be changed to medium, and old generations as drugstores set freely. Furthermore everybody will enjoy in at drugstores effectively this reports that include of counter based on proposals and validities. This study show examples that have been executed successfully by the advanced countries, moreover big companies in domestic market have been expanding their market share for drugstore business. Through out change of circumstance surrounding drugstores, this report indicate how to induce the large drugstore with validities and trends. Since speciality of pharmaceutists and doctors executed, direction and a forecast of developing drugstores under change of distribution of them and may be suggested. I hope that this research will be helpful of interesting in drugstores, and also lot of distributors focuses on drugstores to develop the drugstores in future.

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An Empirical Analysis on Geographic Distribution of Physicians using the Central Place Theory (중심지이론을 이용한 의사의 지역적 분포에 관한 실증분석)

  • 김춘배;강명근;고상백;김한중;유승흠;손명세
    • Health Policy and Management
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    • v.6 no.2
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    • pp.58-90
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    • 1996
  • This study provides an empirical analysis of location competition for demand maximization by central place theory among physicians in nonmetropolitan areas of Korea. The results show that the primary care physicians distribute themselves evenly from urban communities to rural communities. The subspecialists, however, cluster together in major cities rather than decentralize themselves in rural counties. This study establishes the three statistical models : Primary care physicians, subspecialist physicians, and total physicians. Two models of primary care physicians and total physicians have a strong significance in multiple regression analysis (p=-.0001). The primary care model explains approximately 45% of the variation and the total physicians model explains approximately 70% of the variation in physician/1,000 population ratios across national counties. The subspecialist physicians model analysze the tobit regreassion because of the left consored and truncated values(57 cases = 0). In all three models, analysis of the coefficiencts for physician centralization degrees in the 0- to 5- and 5- to 10-km rings around the core county reveals each a positive and negative association betwee these degrees and the physician/1,000 population ratios in the core county. Also, the results provide moderate evidence that the relationship between clinic physicians and community hospitals is competitive, and the relationship between clinic physicians and pharmaceutists is synergistic. This suggests that public policy makers and local self-governing bodies must take an active role to ensure procider availability and the regional health planning in all nonmetropolitan areas of Korea.

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Effect of Leadership WalkRounds Convergence to Establish a Patient Safety Culture (환자안전문화 정착을 위한 리더십 워크라운드(Leadership WalkRounds)의 융복합적 적용 효과)

  • Lee, Mi-Hyang;Kim, Chang-Hee
    • Journal of Digital Convergence
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    • v.13 no.6
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    • pp.185-195
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    • 2015
  • This study aims to study the change in the level of awareness of medical personnels regarding the patient safety culture(PSC) before and after the Leadership WalkRounds(LWR). The LWR in this study was based on the IHI and the models of the Patient Safety Rounds(PSRs) at University of Michigan, emphasizing the 5 steps of Preparation--Scheduling--Conducting--Reporting--Resolving. After the LWR the scores for the level of awareness showed a statistically significant increase from 2.63 to 3.36(p<.001). Among the participants, those who are pharmaceutists, women, 30.0~39.9 years old, or had work experience of a year or less showed particularly notable increase in awareness. The effect was significant across all categories of PSC, especially in Safety Accident Reporting(p<.001), then in Communication(p<.001). Therefore the LWR proved an convergent concept for applying new leadership skill and the concept of patient safety management as an method to elevate the frontline staffs' awareness of PSC.

Ancient Medical Personnels in the period of the Three Kingdoms (삼국시대(三國時代)의 의약인물(醫藥人物))

  • Shin, Soon-Shik;Yang, Young-Jun
    • Journal of The Association for Neo Medicine
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    • v.2 no.2
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    • pp.253-295
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    • 1997
  • It is very critical to specify certain medical personnels in defining the history of certain era. Due to the limited source of information and lack of thorough research, there still aren't enough study grounded on concrete historical investigation. Authors attempted to investigate those medicinal personnels engaged in Three Kingdoms period in terms of the activity area, relation with religion and their role in medical system and medical exchange. The sum of recorded medical personnels in Three Kingdoms period numbers 50 of which 6 belonged to Kokooryo, 18 to Baekje, 7 to Shilla and 19 to Unified Shilla. There might existed far more medical personnels who tried to alleviate the suffering of the people and were not recorded in the documents. The more earlier in times, the more medicine gets the religious tinge. This is not the exception for the period of the Three Kingdoms and those medicine men, wizard doctors and priest doctors were playing important role in healing people and processing crude drugs. The system of royal physician and medical education facility were established and doctors and pharmacists, shamanic doctor, herb collectors, Kongbong's doctor(供奉醫師), Kongbong's diviners(供奉卜師) took leads in medicine in those times. Those folkloric healers also took part in. Korea imported chinese medicine and Japan employed chinese medicine via Korea or directly from China and developed into traditional japanese medicine. In this process those who emigrated from Baekje and Kogooryo and their offsprings took an active part. Since the limited source of information of Three Kingdoms, we only can infer the me야cal environment of those times by featuring the activities of medical personnels.

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