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제주지역 보완대체의학 인식도 및 발전방안

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Author(s)
김윤숙
Issued Date
2011
Abstract
ABSTRACT


Development Plan and Attitudes toward Complementary Alternative Medicine on Jeju Island

Kim, Yoon-sook
Advisor : Prof. Suh, Chae Hong M.D., Ph.D.
Department of Medicine,
Graduate School of Chosun University

To collect data for this study, I conducted a preliminary survey, and with these results, I made an official survey. The purpose of this study is to prove that alternative medicine can be used to prevent and treat different diseases. Alternative medicine can also improve one's health and minimize trauma. It can have positive effects on many patients when used in conjunction with contemporary medicine.
The results showed that 63% of the subjects said that they had heard of alternative medicine, while 37% said they were not familiar with alternative medicine.
When asked what kind of alternative therapies they had experience with, 46.3% said that they had received acupressure therapy, 45.9% acupuncture, 45.9% cupping treatment & moxibustion, 29.6% massage therapy, 25.9% yoga, 18.9% meditation, 11.9% taping therapy, 9.6% herbal therapy, 9.3% vision picture therapy, 8.1% fasting, 7.4% aroma therapy, 6.7% gigong healing, 6.7% enzyme therapy, 4.4% podiatric reflex therapy, and 14.8% no experience with alternative therapies. Ninety four percent of these participants said that the treatment was satisfactory.
When asked how they became familiar with alternative therapies, 46.7% of the respondents cited family or friends, 12.6% mass media, 5.9% education, and 9.3% other reasons. This shows that nearly half of the respondents have received information through their family or friends. Therefore, the use of alternative medicine should be encouraged by the government authority.
When asked why they used alternative therapy, 21.5% cited that for specific diseases, alternative therapies were preferred to pharmaceutical medicine. Forty point three percent believed that alternative therapies can reduce symptoms, 16.5% believed that their body accepted alternative therapy better than pharmaceutical medicines, and 8.3% cited other reasons. Due to the fact that alternative medicine is not scientific and proven, some doctors practice alternative medicine without a license. Even though patients realize this, they still undergo alternative therapies without exposing themselves to the licensed medical professionals.
When the subjects were asked if the government should intervene and fund research to develop different methods of alternative therapies as well as suggest these safer methods to the public; 2.2% said they strongly disagree, 2.6% said they disagree, 32.6% said that they were indifferent, 33.0% said they agree, and 29.6% said they strongly agree.
When asked if the government and other health related organizations should study and research alternative medicine, 0.7% said they strongly disagree, 1.9% said they disagree, 29.6% said they were indifferent, 40.4% said they agree, and 27.4% said they strongly agree.
When asked if the practitioner should be educated and licensed in the field of alternative medicine, 0.7% said that they strongly disagree, 2.6% said that they disagree , 33.7% said they were indifferent, 38.5% said that they agree, and 24.4% said they strongly agree.
Considering the results of the survey, the government should intervene and fund research to develop different methods of alternative therapies as well as suggest these safer methods to the public. The government and other health related organizations should study and research alternative medicine. Also, the practitioners should be educated and licensed in the field of alternative medicine. We can see that it is time to develop the ways for alternative medicine and modern medicine to coexist.
Alternative Title
Development Plan and Attitudes toward Complementary Alternative Medicine on Jeju Island
Alternative Author(s)
kim, Yoon- sook
Affiliation
조선대학교 대학원
Department
보건대학원 대체의학과
Advisor
서재홍
Awarded Date
2012. 2
Table Of Contents
목 차

표목차 ⅲ
ABSTRACT ⅳ
제1장 서론 1
제1절 연구의 필요성 1
제2절 연구의 목적 3
제2장 이론적 배경 4
제1절 용어의 정의 4
제2절 대체의학의 분류 5
1. 보완 대체의학 체계 5
2. 심신의학 5
3. 영양, 생물학적 치료법 10
4. 수기물리치료의학 18
5. 에너지의학 30
제3장 연구조사 32
제1절 연구 설계 및 연구 대상 32
제2절 조사도구 32
제3절 자료수집 33
제4절 연구의 제한점 34
제5절 분석방법 34
제4장 실증 분석 34
제1절 표본의 구성 34
제2절 대체의학 분석 37
1. 대체요법의 인지여부 37
2.. 대체요법들에 대해 들어본 항목 41
제3절 대체요법에 대한 경험 및 태도 43
1. 대체요법들에 대해 경험해 본 항목 43
2. 치료경험을 알게 된 경로 ……………44
3. 치료 질병 명․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․․ ․․․45
제3절 만족도 및 태도 46
1. 대체요법 사용 후 만족도 46
2. 대체요법의 부작용 46
3. 대체요법 부작용으로 나타난 증상 47
4. 타 의료기관과 비용비교 48
5. 대체요법 선택이유 51
6. 특정질병에 대한 효과 52
7.. 대체요법의 질병 치료에 대한 역할 53
8. 대체요법의 문제점 54
9. 대체요법 사용 시 대응방안 55
제4절 대체요법의 발전방안 56
1. 정부와 건강관련단체가 직접연구 홍보 56
2. 제도권내의 전문가들이 연구방안 56
3. 보완대체의학 제도권진입여부 57
4. 제도권으로 진입 못하는 이유 58
5. 대체요법의 효용성 58
6. 기타 59
제5장 결론 60

참고문헌 62

부록 (설문지) 64
Degree
Master
Publisher
조선대학교 대학원
Citation
김윤숙. (2011). 제주지역 보완대체의학 인식도 및 발전방안
Type
Dissertation
URI
https://oak.chosun.ac.kr/handle/2020.oak/2267
http://chosun.dcollection.net/common/orgView/200000256900
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Medicine & Parmacy > Theses(Master)(의학전문대학원/보건대학원/임상약학대학원)
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