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A Survey of Parents' Satisfaction on the Program by School Doctor of Korean Medicine (한의사 교의 사업에 대한 학부모의 만족도 조사 연구)

  • Park, Jeong-Su;Shin, Seon Mi;Go, Ho-Yeon;Lee, Seung Hwan;Kim, Dong-Su;Sung, Hyun Kyung
    • The Journal of Pediatrics of Korean Medicine
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    • v.32 no.3
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    • pp.55-61
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    • 2018
  • Objectives The study aimed to examine satisfaction of elementary school students parents' on the program by school doctor of Korean medicine. Methods The program by school doctor of Korean medicine has been conducted in 22 schools in Seoul since June 2017. The program includes Korean medicine health care lecture for the students, the teachers, and the parents, the diet management advice, smoking/drinking cessation, and sex education. The program was varied by schools. This study investigated the parents' satisfaction of the program by school doctor of Korean medicine by a survey. Results A total of 92 elementary school parents participated in the survey, 92.4% of the respondents answered that the school doctor program showed positive effects on students' health. Most of them replied positive regarding the health education about smoking cessation (82.5%). Also, the respondents were satisfied about overall health education from the program (89.1%), and improvements of the students' learning ability through regular health checkups (59.8%). Conclusions Parents who were participated in the program by school doctor of Korean medicine positively evaluated about the program. They also shared their expectations to the role of the school doctor of Korean medicine in improving student's immune system and health counseling for the students and the school faculty.

Survey of Korean Medicine School Doctor for activation Korean medicine school doctor program (한의사 교의사업 활성화를 위한 한의사 교의 대상 설문조사)

  • Park, Jang Kyung;Sung, Hyun Kyung;Shin, Seon Mi;Go, Ho-Yeon;Kim, Dong Su;Park, Seung Chan;Park, Jeong-Su
    • Journal of Society of Preventive Korean Medicine
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    • v.22 no.2
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    • pp.65-75
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    • 2018
  • Objectives : This study aimed to investigate the satisfaction of Korean medicine doctors (KMD) who conducted Korean medicine school doctor program (KMSD). We are going to use study as a foundation for activation KMSD program. Methods : Seoul Korean medicine association and Seoul metropolitan office of education conducted KMSD program for 22 schools in 2017. The program included health lessons, health counseling, and health care programs. After program finished, we carried out self-administered questionnaire survey to KMD who participated in KMSD program and we analysed it. Results : A total of 45 people answered the questionnaire, and 56% of respondents answered as 'Good progress' and 44% answered as 'Bad progress'. The reason for good progress was 'Good cooperation of School' (47.4%). 'Personalized program for participant' (23.68%), 'Support of Seoul Korean Medicine Association' (21.1%). The reason for 'Bad progress' was 'Bad cooperation of School' (37.8%), 'Lack of personal circumstances' (32.4%), 'Lack of motivation' (16.2%). The advantage of KMSD program included 'It is helpful for positive perception of the Korean medicine' and 'Korean medicine can contribute to improving public health, which is the health of schools' was 25%, 'It is helpful in expanding the services of Korean medicines to children and adolescents' was 17.6%, 'Highly satisfaction in participations' was 15.7%. The question of prerequisites for activation KMSD Program included 'Active cooperation of school' was 35.05%, 'Expand teaching materials and programs' was 20.62%, 'Support of Seoul Korean Medicine Association' was 15.46%. Conclusions : We will organize and activate programs of KMSD program and conduct program based on harmony of local community and school support, research of school health program. The program will contribute to improve student health and develop Korean health support program.

A Study for Effects of Metabolic Syndrome Care Program with Korean Medicine in Public Health Center (한의약건강증진 사업 중 한방대사증후군 프로그램의 효과에 관한 연구)

  • Park, Eun-Seong
    • The Journal of Korean Medicine
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    • v.35 no.1
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    • pp.135-144
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    • 2014
  • Objectives: The purpose of this study is to evaluate the effects of Metabolic Syndrome care program with Korean Medicine in public health center. Methods: The data were collected from 28 participations who joined Korean Medicine care program. The program was started from April of 2013 and finished November of 2013. The effect of Metabolic Syndrome were evaluated with blood pressure check and blood test, physical test. Results: The number of Metabolic Syndrome patients decreased after the program(-24.9%). Specially TG decreased from 83.321 to 80.036(p<0.05) and FBS also decreased 8.607(p<0.01) after the program. HDL increased from 47.821 to 53.000(p<0.01) but blood pressure didn't change. BMI decreased 0.789(p<0.01) and abdominal obesity decreased 2.607(p<0.01) after the program significantly. Conclusions: From these study, the Metabolic Syndrome care program with Korean Medicine is worthy for treating Metabolic Syndrome.

A Study for Role and Effects of Atopic Dermatitis Care Program with Korean Medicine in Public Health Center (보건소 건강증진 사업 중 한방아토피교실의 역할과 효과에 관한 연구)

  • Park, Eun-Seong
    • The Journal of Korean Medicine
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    • v.34 no.1
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    • pp.146-159
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    • 2013
  • Objectives: The purpose of this study was to evaluate the effects and develop the role and contents of the atopic dermatitis care program with Korean medicine in a public health center. Methods: The data were collected from 180 parents and 43 kindergarten teachers who participated in a child care program with Korean medicine. The program ran from April to October of 2012. The atopic dermatitis conditions of children were reported by SCORAD index; the questionnaires to measure effect and satisfaction of the program were composed of demographic items, children's life habit change checklist, etc. The questionnaires were executed before and after the program. Results: The SCORAD index total scores decreased (1.3908) after the program, especially itching scores (1.1) and sleep disorder scores (0.5693) significantly. The satisfaction with the program was 88% and 77% of parents and teachers groups, respectively. Making food and treatment were mentioned as the best program. The Children's food preference for junk food, irritability, and anger also decreased after the program. Conclusions: From this study, the atopic dermatitis care program with Korean medicine is worthwhile for treating atopic dermatitis.

A Survey on Students' Satisfaction of Korean Medicine Doctor's Student Health and Wellness Program (한의 교의 사업에 대한 학생 만족도 연구)

  • Park, Jeong-Su;Shin, Seon Mi;Go, Ho-Yeon;Ko, Jae-Un;Sung, Hyun Kyung
    • The Journal of Pediatrics of Korean Medicine
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    • v.32 no.1
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    • pp.75-82
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    • 2018
  • Objectives It is important to maintain health for students. The School Health Law is enacted in Korea to carry out the school health project like Korean Medicine Doctor's student Health and Wellness program. The purpose of this study was to examine the student's satisfaction of the program. Methods The school project was conducted in 19 schools in Seongnam city from May 2016 to December 2016. This school program was consisted of health counseling, necessary treatment, health related lectures, and vocational education about Korean medicine. A satisfaction questionnaire was conducted to gather information about overall satisfaction of the program and the program details such as health counseling, treatment, and health lectures. Results A total of 1,713 students and faculty members participated and 164 of those students completed the satisfaction survey. The overall mean score for the teaching activities was $8.54{\pm}1.76$, satisfaction of health counseling was $8.57{\pm}1.74$, treatment satisfaction was $8.39{\pm}1.83$, satisfaction with the health lectures was $8.23{\pm}1.96$ (range 3~10), and the need for continuity of the program was $8.43{\pm}1.91$ (range 1~10). One of the main benefit from the program was that students were able to get necessary treatment as soon as possible (51.2%). Conclusions We found that Korean medicine is suitable for the program. However, the large-scale prospective study will be needed for validation of the findings.

A study for effectiveness of senior center visiting Korean Medicine doctor program (찾아가는 한의사 주치의 사업 성과분석 연구)

  • Park, Jeong-Su;Shin, Seon Mi;Kim, Hyo-Sun;Sung, Hyun Kyung;Go, Ho-Yeon
    • Journal of Society of Preventive Korean Medicine
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    • v.22 no.1
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    • pp.61-67
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    • 2018
  • Objectives : The purpose of this study was to examine the effectiveness and satisfaction of visiting Korean Medicine doctor program. Method : The senior center visiting Korean Medicine doctor program was conducted in ten senior centers in Seongnam city from April 2016 to December 2016. Korean Medicine doctors were assigned senior center one by one. The program consisted of health lectures and health counseling. The health lectures embraces stroke, musculoskeletal disease, dementia, depression and self care for the elderly Results : A total of 194 elderly persons participated the program. The self-health awareness level were changed from $50.86{\pm}25.31$ to $57.17{\pm}24.62$ (p-value=0.003). The physical pain level was decreased from $5.33{\pm}2.99$ to $5.04{\pm}2.86$. The quality of life were changed from $0.791{\pm}0.155$ to $0.792{\pm}0.144$ (p-value=0.923). Overall satisfaction of visiting Korean Medicine doctor program was $9.36{\pm}2.11$. The need for sustainability for visiting Korean Medicine doctor program was $9.76{\pm}0.60$. Conclusions : The study demonstrated that visiting Korean Medicine doctor program had a positive effect on the health awareness level. The overall satisfaction and further need were high. Further program for senior center will be needed.

Proliferative Eosinophilic Keratitis in a Cat

  • Ahn, Jeong-Taek;Jeong, Man-Bok;Kim, Se-Eun;Park, Young-Woo;Kim, Tae-Hyun;Ahn, Jae-Sang;Lee, So-Ra;Lee, Chang-Woo;Seo, Kang-Moon
    • Proceedings of the Korean Society of Veterinary Clinics Conference
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    • pp.222-222
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    • 2009
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