종합병원 종사자들의 환자 의료정보 보호에 관한 인식도와 실천도
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- This study aims to identify the relations between perception and practice of general hospital employees on protecting the patient medical information. For the study, 433 employees of general hospital in Gwangju were interviewed with a self-administered questionnaire. To find the related factors with perception and practice of protecting the patient medical information, the used statistical methods were t-test, ANOVA, Pearson's correlation analysis, and multiple regression analysis. The results are presented as follows:
The mean score of their perception of protecting the medical information on of the subjects was 4.0±0.7 and those of practice was 3.7±0.7. In each domain of perception, score of direct contact to patient medical information was 3.6±0.9, those of medical information control was 4.1±0.7, and those of communication was 4.1±1.0. In respect to areas of practice, the mean score of direct contact was 3.3±0.9, those of medical information control was 3.8±0.7, and those of communication was 3.9±1.0.
Variables related with perception and practice of protecting the patient medical information were age, marital status, working sections, past education on protection of medical information, necessity for the education, and the daily mean number of patients hospitalized (practice, only). The perception of protecting medical information was significantly correlated with the practice of protecting medical information.
As results of multiple regression analysis, there were significant relations between the necessity of education on protection of medical information and perception on it, and there were significant relations between past education, the daily mean number of patients hospitalized and scores of perception, and practice of protecting the patient medical information.
In conclusion, it is necessary to develop the educational program for enhancing the perception of protecting the patient medical information and to establish the regulation and supports for the medical data.
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