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Journal of The Korean Society of Emergency Medicine 2017;28(2): 167-175.
응급의학 교육프로그램 경험 전후 응급의학에 대한 의과대학 학생들의 인식 및 태도 변화 분석
최효정1, 강경원2, 강영준2, 김호중1, 류정민3, 손유동4, 신상도5, 윤준성6, 이동훈7, 임용수8, 조한진9, 최석재10, 홍기정11
1순천향대학교 부천병원 응급의학과
2제주대학교병원 응급의학과
3울산대학교 서울아산병원 응급의학과
4한림대학교 성심병원 응급의학과
5서울대학교병원 응급의학과
6가톨릭대학교 서울성모병원 응급의학과
7중앙대학교병원 응급의학과
8가천대학교 길병원 응급의학과
9고려대학교 안산병원 응급의학과
10김포뉴고려병원 응급의학과
11보라매병원 응급의학과
Analysis the Change of Recognition and Attitude between Before and After Experience of Emergency Medicine Education Program in Medical School Students
Hyo Jeong Choi1, Kweong Won Kang2, Young Jun Kang2, Ho Jung Kim1, Jeong Min Ryu3, You Dong Sohn4, Sang Do Shin5, Chun Sung Youn6, Dong Hun Lee7, Yong Su Lim8, Han Jin Cho9, Suk Jae Choi10, Ki Jeong Hong11
1Department of Emergency Medicine, Soonchunhyang University Bucheon Hospital, Korea
2Jeju National University Hospital, Korea
3Ulsan University Asan Medical Center, Korea
4Hallym University Sacred Heart Hospital, Korea
5Seoul National University Hospital, Korea
6Catholic University Seoul St. Mary’s Hospital, Korea
7Chung Ang University Hospital, Korea
8Gacheon University Gil Hospital, Korea
9Korea University Ansan Hospital, Korea
10Gimpo New Korea Hospital, Korea
11Seoul Metropolitan Government Seoul National University Boramae Medical Center, Korea
Correspondence  Ho Jung Kim ,Tel: 032-621-5119, Fax: 032-621-6560, Email: lovelydr@schmc.ac.kr,
Received: November 25, 2016; Revised: November 29, 2016   Accepted: March 7, 2017.  Published online: April 30, 2017.
This study was performed to analyze the results from a 2016 three-day emergency medicine camp for premedical students.
The Public Relations Committee of Korea Emergency Medical Association planned the camp. We sent an official letter to 41 universities to recruit participants and create programs for three days. Questionnaires were prepared and analyzed before and after the camp.
A total of 37 participants participated. There were three times more males than females. According to the recognition survey, knowledge (3.4±2.0 vs. 7.2±1.8) and preference (5.4±1.8 vs. 7.4±1.4) after the camp were better than before the camp (p<0.05). In detail, anxiety about funerals (3.5±2.5 vs. 2.4±2.8) and perception of the role (5.8±2.2 vs. 4.5±2.6) were improved (p<0.05). Worries regarding physical and psychological burden and danger were also greatly improved (p<0.05). The mean satisfaction was 8.6 points out of 10 points, according to the general survey.
The three-day camp increased awareness of emergency medicine and improved their preferences.
Key words: Emergencies, Surveys and questionnaires, Recognition, Physicians
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