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Journal of Preventive Medicine and Public Health 2006;39(3): 195-198.
Vision and Training Strategy for Health Management Specialist.
Han Joong Kim
Department of Preventive Medicine and Public Health, Yonsei University College of Medicine, Korea. kimhj@yumc.yonsei.ac.kr
ABSTRACT
The identity crisis of preventive medicine appears to have been deepening. As a solution, it is insisted that preventive medicine should focus on clinical preventive medicine. However, in the field of heath policy and management, the better solution should be found in a serious search for visions and perspectives of its study on population and society. In this regard, the specialist who studies the field can be defined as a medical doctor majoring in public health. In this paper, I first forecasted major socioeconomic changes to occur in medical and public health arena and explored the role of those studying health policy and management. Secondly, I summarized their career paths and main activities in order to establish visions. Finally, I proposed curriculums on health policy and management for medical school undergraduates and for specialists majoring in preventive medicine, respectively.
Key words: Health policy and management; Preventive medicine; Vision; Training strategy
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