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Establishing and Vitalizing Method of Lifelong Education Promotion System in Busan (부산시 평생교육 추진체계 정립 및 활성화 방안)

  • Lee, Jeong-Seok;Lee, Choong-Ryul
    • Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education
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    • v.26 no.2
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    • pp.368-381
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    • 2014
  • The purpose of this study is to diagnose the lifelong education promotion system in Busan and to establish a desirable promotion system. In the study, we search for the optimal alternative to manage lifelong education exclusive organization(Busan Institute for lifelong Education) and seek ways to vitalize the lifelong education promotion system in Busan. The focus is also placed on completing a network-type governance system by strengthening the connection and cooperation among the parties. In order to make the promotion system function efficiently, the vitalizing methods of lifelong education promotion system can be roughly categorized into some kind as follows : strengthening the network between the interested parties and establishing their roles, restructuring legal as well as administrative and financial support system; enhancing education and public relations; intensifying local infrastructure of lifelong education; and boosting accessibility and expanding exchange and cooperation.

A study for Health Promotion Program of Public Health Center by using CRM (CRM(Customer Relationship Management)기법을 활용한 보건소 건강증진사업에 관한 연구)

  • 강성홍;최순호
    • Korean Journal of Health Education and Promotion
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    • v.20 no.3
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    • pp.125-143
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    • 2003
  • With the shift of cause of death from infection to chronic, the health expenditure has risen dramatically. To curb the increasing health expenditure, programs and campaigns to promote health were proposed and implemented. Most of them, however, were not successful in achieving satisfactory results. Customer Relationship Management has been gradually accepted as an innovative approach to health promotion. The objective of this research was to develop a Customer Relationship Management system for providing comprehensive health care services to the residents in the community. Detailed objectives were as follows: The first objective was the development of the CRM system for health promotion. The second objective was the satisfaction assessment for the health promotion program using the CRM system. The third was the proposal for the effective utilization of the CRM system. The development methodology of the CRM system was Rapid Warehouse Developing Method. As a CRM system equipment, a workstation with GIS of Windows 2000 was selected. SQL Server 2000 was used as a development tool and database. The subjects of study were diabetic mellitus patients, hypertension patients, and vaccin patients. The campaign channel of patients was an autocalling system. For the satisfaction assessment, a survey was performed. The main content of the survey was satisfaction level. The satisfaction level of the health promotion program using CRM system was 79.3%. In consideration of the above findings, we suggested ways of improving the Health Promotion Program by using CRM. The first was the efficient selection of the subjects of the Health Promotion Program. The second was the development for health promotion program using CRM system(life time health of individual etc).

A Study on The Construction of Desirable Model of the National Spatial Data Infrastructure Policy Promotion System (국가공간정보정책 추진체계의 바람직한 모형구축에 대한 연구)

  • Kim, Tae Jin
    • Spatial Information Research
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    • v.20 no.6
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    • pp.91-98
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    • 2012
  • In order to efficiently promote a nation's National Spatial Data Infrastructure (NSDI) vision, it is important that a rational NSDI promotion system should be established. For such a NSDI promotion system, cooperation among the related organizations and the consistency of policies are crucial. In these regards, the main purpose of this research is to suggest a desirable model for the NSDI promotion system. Also, this study attempts to demonstrate problems and provide solutions in Korea NSDI promotion system. To accomplish this purpose, the literature reviews and content analysis were used. Following are the major findings of this research. First, a desirable NSDI promotion system should be consisted of the upper system (at the planning level) and the lower system (at the executive or implementing level). Second, the upper and lower system in NSDI promotion system should both be vertically connected and be horizontally connected. Third, the upper system should consist of the NSDI promotion committee, civil advisory committee, and sub-committee. Fourth, the lower system for the execution purposes of NSDI projects should consist of the NSDI top manager, in each central/local government, and professional support institute.

Analysing the Impact of City-County Consolidation on Promotion Practices of Local Government Employees : Application of System Dynamics (시군통합이 자치단체 공무원 승진에 미치는 영향분석 : 시스템다이내믹스의 적용)

  • Choi, Young-Chool
    • Korean System Dynamics Review
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    • v.8 no.1
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    • pp.117-149
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    • 2007
  • This paper aims to analyse the impact of city-county consolidation on promotion practices of local government employees, using system dynamics approach. The cases employed in this study are Cheongju City and Cheongwon County which reached the referendum stage twice but without success. While the idea of consolidating two neighbouring local governments via a merger sounds enticing, some opponents argue that consolidation may cause some problems on the part of local government employees, emphasizing that consolidation could lengthen actual time period needed for local government employees' promotion. The majority of the existing literature on city-county consolidation, however, tends to describe the most successful cases, focusing on the achievements it has made or the political processes associated with it. With this in mind, this paper attempts to identify the impacts of consolidation on the local government employees' promotion time period, utilizing system dynamics approach. It concludes that consolidation could rather shorten the time period of promotion of local government employees concerned from the long term perspective.

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The Health Information for Health Promotion (건강증진을 위한 보건정보)

  • 김종갑;강성홍
    • Korean Journal of Health Education and Promotion
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    • v.10 no.1
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    • pp.21-33
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    • 1993
  • Human health is affected by physical, social, cultural, economic, and political environment. To improve health status, of the people we need much support from social system and to make social supporting system effective for health promotion, we need health information. Because, the health information is basic to the social supporting system for health promotion. So, we should construct health information systems as follows : 1. Health information system for children 2. Health information system for families 3. Health information system for adolescents 4. Health information system for mothers 5. Health information system for workers 6. Health information system for physical handicapped 7. Health information system for elders

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The Evaluation of Networking System between Health Promotion and Other Programs at Public Health Centers (보건소 부서간 건강증진사업 연계실태 평가)

  • Seo, Young-Joon;Jeong, Ae-Suk;Lee, Ji-Eun;Shin, Jung-Woo;Kang, So-Young
    • Korean Journal of Health Education and Promotion
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    • v.24 no.2
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    • pp.111-121
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    • 2007
  • The purpose of this study is to examine the status quo of the networking between health promotion and other programs conducted by public health centers(PHCs), and to develop concrete strategies for improving the efficiency of the health promotion programs at PHCs. Data were collected from a questionnaire survey for 246 PHCs nationwide and 96 questionnaire were returned(response rate of 39%). A focus group study was also conducted to compliment the detail of the networking system between health promotion and other programs at PHCs. The results revealed that the current networking between health promotion and other programs conducted by public health centers is not working well. Especially, the communication networking between health promotion and other programs at planning stage is poorer than the stages of implementation, performance, and evaluation. The main reasons of the poor networking have been caused by an inadequate organizational structure, inefficient information system, low level of motivation for networking among the staff of PHCs, and no concrete guidelines for networking. This study also suggested several strategies to facilitate the cooperation between health promotion and other programs.

Health Promotion Services and Administrative System of the University Health Clinic (대학보건실의 운영체계 및 건강증진 서비스 제공 실태)

  • Park, Chun-Man;Kim, Young-Bok
    • Korean Journal of Health Education and Promotion
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    • v.27 no.2
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    • pp.151-163
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    • 2010
  • Objectives: This study was conducted to analyze problems and priority of university health services through analysis of health promotion programs and administrative system of university health clinics. Methods: In first telephone survey, 349 colleges and universities nationwide were surveyed to find out whether they operate health clinic or not. The administrative system and health promotion services of university health clinics were analyzed in 198 schools which had health clinic in it. Results: 160 schools were included in the final analysis. The most common name of university health clinic was 'health clinic' (35.2%), and heads of 52 university health clinics were non-medical school professors. 20.9% of the school provided details of the rules and implement guidelines of health care service. Health promotion services of university health clinic were set the non-smoking area (90.6%), health counseling (81.8%), providing health information (74.8%), health check-up (65.4%), health education (61.4%), partnership with health institutions in a community (61.4%), and immunization (48.1%) in order of that. Conclusion: It is urgent to establish the regulatory and guidelines for university health clinic. Each member of school should have interests in their health clinic and acknowledge health promotion services which they can get at the university health clinic.

Expectations for a Tele- Health Surveillance System by Residents of an Information Network Village (일 정보화 마을주민의 재택 건강관리 시스템에 대한 기대수준)

  • 박소미;황성오
    • Korean Journal of Health Education and Promotion
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    • v.21 no.1
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    • pp.285-295
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    • 2004
  • Purpose: The purpose of this study was to investigate the expectations toward a tele-health surveillance system by residents of an information network village. Method: A descriptive study was conducted using interviews with a questionnaire. Of the households in the village, 24 were selected for inclusion in a pilot study. All of the residents from these households, for a total of 67, participated in the survey. Result: Expectations for promotion of health by a tele-health surveillance system were higher in residents with higher level of education. Expectations for effectiveness of disease management and promotion of health status by a tele-health surveillance system were higher in residents with family history or experience with emergencies. The higher scores for health knowledge and health concerns were associated with higher expectations for effectiveness of disease management and promotion of health by a tele-health surveillance system Conclusion: Analysis of the characteristic of the residents should precede implementation of a tele-health surveillance system in any location as expectations for tele-health surveillance system differ according to the characteristics.

A Study on Policy Model of Promotion Project for Local Industry for Endogenous Rural Development (내생적 지역발전을 위한 향토산업육성사업의 정책모형에 관한 연구)

  • Son, Eun-Il;Satoshi, Hoshino
    • Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning
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    • v.18 no.4
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    • pp.1-12
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    • 2012
  • This study postulates a partial mediation model(study model I) and a whole mediation model(study model II) to examine the effect on endogenous rural development of local innovation capability strengthening in the local industry promotion project, the establishment of promotion system, and the revitalization of local economy. To accomplish study purposes, 169 response samples from 85 project groups which drive the local industry promotion project were verified using SPSS 12.0 and AMOS 5.0. The results showed that in the partial mediation model, the local innovation capability strengthening had a significantly positive effect on the establishment of promotion system, the establishment of promotion system had a significant effect on the revitalization of local economy, and the revitalization of local economy had a significant effect on the endogenous rural development, while the establishment of promotion system and local innovation capability strengthening didn't have effect on the endogenous rural development. In the whole mediation model, the local innovation capability strengthening had a significant effect on the revitalization of local economy, the establishment of promotion system on the revitalization of local economy, and the revitalization of local economy on the endogenous rural development. According to the verifications of study model I and II, the endogenous rural development is achieved after the revitalization of local economy through the establishment of promotion system and the local innovation capability strengthening. From these results, this study presents suggestions, limits of study and directions in the future study.

Regional Strategic Industry (RSI) Promotion Projects and Their Impact on Regional Economic Growth: Focused on Chungbuk Province Cases (지역전략산업육성사업과 지역경제성장 파급효과: 충북 사례를 중심으로)

  • Choi, Nam-Hee;Jo, Byung-Seol;Ahn, Yoo-Jeong;Lee, Man-Hyung
    • Korean System Dynamics Review
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    • v.14 no.1
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    • pp.5-29
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    • 2013
  • This study tries to measure the direct and indirect effects of the Regional Strategic Industry (RSI) promotion projects in Chungbuk Province in Korea. In specific, it critically examines whether there exists policy consistency and connectivity between the hardware-oriented Stage I (2002~2007) and the software-centered Stage II (2008~2012) RSI promotion projects. Applying System Dynamics (SD) techniques, this study examines complex system characteristics of RSI promotion projects, all of which have been derived from the causal and stock-flow models and their simulated results. Major findings are as follows: Firstly, 'the continuous investment' is regarded as the most crucial policy leverage for the strategic industry promotion and regional economic growth. Secondly, without exceptions, the RSI promotion projects should switch their evaluation criteria to performance-oriented ones. Thirdly, in selecting their subprojects, the RSI promotion projects should pay due attention to evaluating technology value and marketability. Fourthly, it should put policy priority in strengthening cluster networking and interconnectivity among projects, inevitably supporting a selective number of virtuous network systems. Fifthly, auxiliary projects such as marketing, technology aid, and knowledge-based services should not be overlooked.

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