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Journal of The Korean Society of Emergency Medicine 2016;27(5 Suppl.): 1-24.
2015 응급의학과 전문의 총조사 최종보고서
이형민1, 조광현2, 양혁준3, 김인병4, 이기중5, 한승백1, 오세현6, 김철7, 박준석8, 강영준9, 박현경10, 박유석11, 강구현12, 조한진13, 조영순14, 박준범15, 정진우16, 박경혜17, 최대해18, 정시영4, 박주옥19, 이동욱20, 손재돈21, 김주영13
1인하대학교병원 응급의학과
2을지병원 응급의학과
3가천대학교길병원 응급의학과
4명지병원 응급의학과
5포항 세명기독병원
6강릉아산병원 응급의학과
7평택굿모닝병원 응급의학과
8인제대학교일산백병원 응급의학과
9제주대학교 응급의학과
10강동경희대병원 응급의학과
11연세대학교세브란스병원 응급의학과
12한림대학교강남성심병원 응급의학과
13고려대학교안산병원 응급의학과
14순천향대학교부천병원 응급의학과
15순천향대학교병원 응급의학과
16동아대학교병원 응급의학과
17인제대학교해운대백병원 응급의학과
18동국대학교경주병원 응급의학과
19한림대학교 동탄성심병원 응급의학과
20순천향대학교천안병원 응급의학과
21국군수도병원 응급의학과
Final Report of 2015 Korean Emergency Physician Survey (KEPS)
Hyung Min Lee1, Kwang Hyun Cho2, Hyuk Jun Yang3, In Byung Kim4, Ki Joong Lee5, Seung Baik Han1, Se Hyun Oh6, Chol Kim7, Jun Seok Park8, Young Jun Kang9, Hyun Kyung Park10, Yoo Seok Park11, Ku Hyun Kang12, Han Jin Cho13, Yeong Sun Cho14, Jun Beom Park15, Jin Woo Jeong16, Kyung Hye Park17, Dai Hai Choi18, Si Young Jung4, Ju Ok Park19, Dong Wook Lee20, Jae Don Son21, Joo Yeong Kim13
1Inha Univ. Hospital
2Eulji Hospital
3Gachon Univ. Gil Hospital
4Myongji Hospital
5Pohang SM chrisianity Hospital
6Ulsan Univ. Gangneung Asan Hospital
7Pyeongtaek Goodmorning Hospital
8Inje Univ. Ilsan Baik Hospital
9Jeju Univ. Hospital
10Kangdong Kyunghee Univ. Hospital
11Yonsei Univ. Severance Hospital
12Hallim Univ. Gangnam Sacred Heart Hospital
13Korea Univ. Ansan Hospital
14Soonchonhyang Univ. Bucheon Hospital
15Soonchonhyang Univ. Hospital
16Dong-A Univ. Hospital
17Haeundae Baik Hospital
18Dongguk Univ. Gyeongju Hospiral
19Hallim Univ. Dongtan Sacred Heart Hospital
20Soonchonhyang Univ. Chonan Hospital
21The Armed Force Medical Command
Correspondence  Kwang Hyun Cho ,Tel: 02) 970-8374, Fax: 02) 970-8377, Email: guskhan@gmail.com,
Received: April 19, 2016; Revised: May 3, 2016   Accepted: May 16, 2016.  Published online: October 30, 2016.
The Korean Society of Emergency Medicine (KSEM) in celebration of its 20 years took upon itself to survey its members on how they are faring in their workplaces, in 2010. The survey was called 2010 Korean Emergency Physician Survey (KEPS). 2010 KEPS was the first survey of its kind conducted by KSEM. The results were striking in that it revealed overburdened Emergency Physicians (EP) working in less than ideal conditions and dissatisfied as a whole. But these results only went as far as reflecting the state of emergency medicine (EM) in Korea in the eyes of KSEM members, and not enough effort was put into finding the causes or in improving the state of EM. In turn, KSEM members were dismayed with the use of survey results. The purpose of 2015 KEPS was to find out the changes in current state of EP, which were little or no changes. The results will be analyzed and prioritized to resolve any policy and well-being issues by providing meaningful and effective resolution plans. If given the choice to reselect the EM specialty dropped. Clearly the results won’t improve unless EP ourselves take the initiative. The 2015 survey team devoted themselves in seeing the bigger picture for the future of EM. They agreed in order to secure a continuous advancement in EM it is imperative to improve the satisfaction and respect of the EP before anything else. The results of the survey must serve to improve working conditions and longevity of EP.
Key words: Emergency Physician, Survey, Workload, Workforce, Wellbeing
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