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A Content Analysis of Disaster Nursing Education in Korean and Japanese Universities

Han SJ, Cho CM, Lee YR, Nagasaka K, Izummune M, Lee SB, Lee JH

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study is to analyze the contents of disaster nursing education at universities in Korea and Japan, with focus on textbooks. METHODS: Disaster nursing contents from 11...
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Mental Health Interventions Provided by Volunteer Psychiatrists after the Sewol Ferry Disaster: April 16–November 30, 2014

Bae SM, Lee MS, Kim E, Kim J, Lee J, Hwang JW, Chang HY, Lee CS, Park J, Bhang SY

OBJECTIVE: The aim of this study was to examine the experience of volunteer psychiatrists who provided mental health interventions to adolescents and teachers of Danwon High School from April 16,...
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Posttraumatic Symptoms and Change of Complicated Grief among Bereaved Families of the Sewol Ferry Disaster: One Year Follow-up Study

Han H, Yun JA, Huh HJ, Huh S, Hwang J, Joo JY, Yoon YA, Shin EG, Choi WJ, Lee S, Chae JH

BACKGROUND: The objective of this study was to determine whether severity and severity change of coexisting psychiatric symptoms might affect change of complicated grief (CG) regarding the Sewol ferry disaster. METHODS:...
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Factors associated with Quality of Life among Disaster Victims: An Analysis of the 3(rd) Nationwide Panel Survey of Disaster Victims

Cho MS

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study is to assess socio-demographic, disaster-related, physical health-related, psychological, and social factors that may adversely affect disaster victims' QoL (Quality of Life). METHODS: A cross sectional...
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Victim-oriented digital disaster emergency medical system

Ahn ME, Lee TH, Kim DW

The fatality rate of a disaster is associated with the impact of the disaster and the case fatality rate. The severity of the disaster can be reduced by an efficient...
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Disaster medical response system in Korea

Kim J, Chung HS

Disasters have frequently been a problem in Korea. Many initiatives have been carried out to mitigate this problem and to respond to disasters properly. The National Medical Emergency Center organized...
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Disasters and the disaster medicine

Kim CH, Hong E

The definition of a disaster varies across research institutions, although it is generally regarded as a sudden event that demands more resources than the community can offer. Disaster medicine originates...
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Simulation of Red Blood Cell-Limited Transfusion Policy in Case of Disruption of Blood Supply by Disaster: Results of a Tertiary Care Hospital in Korea

Shin KH, Lee HJ, Lee SM, Kim IS, Kim HH

BACKGROUND: Disasters themselves can increase the blood transfusion requirements due to an increase in injuries, and can lead to deficiencies in the blood transport system. To prepare for a disaster,...
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Disaster preparedness for earthquakes in hemodialysis units in Gyeongju and Pohang, South Korea

Yoo KD, Kim HJ, Kim Y, Park JY, Shin SJ, Han SH, Kim DK, Lim CS, Kim YS

In 2016 and 2017, there were earthquakes greater than 5.0 in magnitude on the Korean Peninsula, which has previously been considered an earthquake-free zone. Patients with chronic kidney disease are...
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Social Disaster Adaptation Experiences of Railroad Workers: Focused on the Iri Station Explosion of 1977

Jung HG, Yang YK

PURPOSE: The Iri station explosion that occurred in 1977 was a major social disaster in Korea, caused by a fire in a train equipped with explosives. The purpose of this...
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Development of Korean Disaster Mental Health Support Guidelines: Results of a Scoping Review and a Delphi Survey

Lee SM, Lee HY, Lee MK, Kim S, Lee S, Lee HW, Park EJ, Sim M, Paik JW

OBJECTIVE: It is necessary to develop new guidelines to delineate the best ways of providing psychosocial care to ensure mental health following a disaster. METHODS: This study applied the scoping review...
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Psychiatric Symptoms and Clinical Diagnosis in High School Students Exposed to the Sewol Ferry Disaster

Oh JK, Lee MS, Bae SM, Kim E, Hwang JW, Chang HY, Lee J, Kim J, Lee CS, Park J, Bhang SY

BACKGROUND: Two hundred and fifty 11th grade students and teachers from Danwon High School drowned, during a school trip, in the Sewol Ferry Disaster. The goal of this study was...
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Operation Room Fire: Caution for Using Electrocautery after Rinsing Operation Field at the End of the Surgery with Alcohol-Based Cleansing Solutions

Song JK, Shin H, Lee JY

Fires in operating rooms rarely occur. However, this type of disaster can complicate almost any surgical procedure. Fuel, heat and oxygen are related with fire outbreak. When ignition sources such...
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The Development and Validation of the Perceived Competence Scale for Disaster Mental Health Workforce

Yoon HY, Choi YK

OBJECTIVE: This study was conducted to validate a Perceived Competence Scale for Disaster Mental Health Workforce (PCS-DMHW) designed to measure the core competences of mental health workers in disaster response...
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Factors Affecting the Disaster Response Competency of Emergency Medical Technicians in South Korea

Uhm D, Jung G, Yun Y, Lee Y, Lim C

PURPOSE: This study explored the factors influencing disaster response competency, that is, demographic and disaster-related characteristics, personal disaster (household and workplace) preparedness, disaster risk perception, and self-efficacy in handling disasters...
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Psychological Responses among Humidifier Disinfectant Disaster Victims and Their Families

Yoo S, Sim M, Choi J, Jeon K, Shin J, Chung S, Hong SB, Lee SY, Hong SJ

To substantiate psychological symptoms following humidifier disinfectant (HD) disasters, counseling records of 26 victims and 92 family members of victims (45 were bereaved) were analyzed retrospectively. Among the victims, 34.6%...
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Injury Prevention, Disaster and Public Health Preparedness and Response

Jeong AS

Injury is a serious problem that not only causes death but also significantly degrades the quality of life of the people and causes loss of socioeconomic opportunities and costs. Damage...
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Improvement of Epidemiology Intelligence Service Officer Program for Preparedness and Response against Future Health Issues Included Communicable and Non-communicable Diseases in Korea

Lee MS

The development and management of epidemiology intelligence service (EIS) officer with more specialized competence to cope with and prepare for health threats, including pandemic of emerging and re-emerging infectious diseases,...
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Special Issue for the 30th Anniversary of the Korean Academy of Health Policy and Management

Park EC

The Korean Academy of Health Policy and Management (KAHPM) has shown remarkable achievements in the field of health policy and management in Korea for the last 30 years. The KAHPM...
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Assessment Tools for the Mental Health of School-Aged Children and Adolescents Exposed to Disaster: A Systematic Review (1988-2015)

Lee MS, Bhang SY

  • KMID: 2436279
  • J Korean Acad Child Adolesc Psychiatry.
  • 2018 Jul;29(3):88-100.
  • doi: 10.5765/jkacap.180002
OBJECTIVES: In this study, we aimed to conduct a systematic review of studies investigating psychosocial factors affecting children exposed to disasters. METHODS: In total, 140 studies were retrieved. The studies were...
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