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pISSN : 2733-8649 / eISSN : 2733-8657

2020 KCI Impact Factor : 0.44
목적과 범위
사단법인 한국의료복지건축학회는 급속히 발전해 가는 국내외의 의료환경 변화에 대응하고 병원건축과 복지관련 시설을 관심분야로 하며, 의료복지시설에 관계가 있는 모든 분야의 전문인 또는 단체들이 모여 서로 협력하여 힘을 모아 우리나라 의료 복지시설의 수준 향상에 기여함을 목적으로 하는 학술연구 단체이다.
서현보 (서울시립대학교)
  • KCI IF(2년) : 0.44
  • KCI IF(5년) : 0.37
  • 중심성지수(3년) : 0.576
  • 즉시성지수 : 0.0909

최근발행 : 2021, Vol.27, No.3

  • 의과대학의 학습 및 학습공유공간에 관한 건축계획 연구

    최광석 | 2021, 27(3) | pp.7~16 | 피인용수 : 0
    Purpose: This study identified the planning trends for formal and informal learning spaces in the college of medicine through literature reviews. And then, by the analysis of the actual condition of existing domestic facilities, It was organized the architectural planning baseline data and future directions for the formal and informal learning spaces in the college of medicine. Methods: This study was conducted using literature reviews on the existing medical education method and learning space planning. Subsequently on-site surveys and questionnaires were conducted at existing facilities. Results: In the past, learning space of the college of medicine was considered only a formal learning space such lecture rooms, labs. But lately it has been turned into a total learning concept that embraces shared learning spaces such as libraries, student spaces, amenities and common spaces such as lobbies and hallways. ① Formal learning spaces are composed of teaching and practice areas. Since It is the basic functions that comprise the college of medicine, this paper conducted a functional analysis based on the current operating system of the College of Medicine and provided baseline data on architectural planning such as function, layout, zoning, and detailed planning. ② The informal learning sharing space was divided into a library area and a student well-being and convenience area to analyze the real conditions of domestic medical college. In addition, by comparing the trends and differences in foreign medical colleges identified by literature analysis, this paper summarizes the need to revitalize informal learning spaces and their integration into formal learning spaces, architectural planning considerations, etc. Implications: the evolution of the learning method and the flexibility of the learning space bring about changes in the learning space.
  • 정신의료시설 내 외래부 및 건강검진센터의 환경디자인 개선 사례 및 시사점 연구 - 국립정신건강센터 건강증진과를 대상으로

    노태린 | 이승지 | 서수경 | 2021, 27(3) | pp.17~26 | 피인용수 : 0
    Purpose: This study is a case study in which the space was improved by applying the design direction derived through the theoretical basis and service design process to the outpatient department and health examination center in mental health facilities used by various stakeholders. And it aims to present implications through this. Methods: The research method is based on the analysis of the service design process with a focus on literature review. Results: As a result of deriving the design direction, it was organized into 1) improvement of spatial arrangement, 2) improvement of wayfinding system, and 3) creation of comfortable environment. The design improvement plan suggested division of areas, change of nurse station location, creation of a pleasant waiting space for the outpatient department, reinforcement of access, improvement of room relocation and flow, and increased comfort of common spaces for the health examination center. Implications: First, it is necessary to expand research and application of spatial planning and environmental design reflecting the characteristics of patients and environments of mental health institutions. Second, in the medical environment, the divided territoriality should be reviewed for various stakeholders as well as the coexistence. Third, it is necessary to promote medical service and environmental improvement through the service design process.
  • 환자안전을 위한 병원건축 설계지침과 디자인 기본구조 비교조사 - 미국과 영국을 중심으로

    김영애 | 이현진 | 송상훈 | 2021, 27(3) | pp.27~37 | 피인용수 : 0
    Purpose: The purpose of this study is to compare the changes in hospital accreditation evaluations, the changes in hospital building design guidelines, and the development of design indicators for reducing medical accidents in the state-of-the-art healthcare providers. Methods: The changes and tools were carefully investigated and compared that had been taken place and used in the building certification standards, design guidelines, and patient safety design standards to reduce accidents in the United States and the United Kingdom. Results: First, medical accidents are recognized as multiple defense layers rather than personal ones, and a public reporting and learning system is created, reporting the accidents in question publicly and suggesting ways to improve them based on the data at a time. Second, for the accreditation institute that secures the service quality of medical institutions, detailed standards for patient safety are continuously updated with focus on clinical trials. The United States is in charge of the private sector, but on the other hand the United Kingdom is in charge of the public sector. Third, the design guidelines are provided as web-based tools that complement various guidelines for patient safety, and are improved and developed as well. Fourth, detailed approaches are continuously developed and provided to secure patient safety and reduce medical accidents through appropriate research, evidence-based design and strict evaluations. Implications: When medical institutions make efforts to strength patient safety methods through valid design standards, accidents are expected to decrease, whereby hospital finances are also to be improved. A higher level of medical quality service will sure be secured through comprehensive certification evaluation.