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2006, Vol.12, No.2

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    An Architectural Study on the Healing Evironment Design through the Analsis of Sensory Stimulation in the General Hospitals' Patient-Room

    정주현 , Yang, Nae-won | 2006, 12(2) | pp.7~16 | number of Cited : 10
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    Patients use the senses all the time, mostly simultaneously. Senses are never turned off even patients in serious condition use some of the senses. Space is the inexhaustible source of stimuli. So far we have thought that it is impossible to come up with a set of rules and guidelines that cover all the possible situations involving senses and when there have been usually no conscious coordination between different sensorial stimuli and the comprehensive perception of space always results from the engagement of combination of senses and other inputs based on knowledge and experience. This study concerns about patients' demand analysis through senses. The reflection of patients' demand to the ward planning can develope the healing environment.
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    A Study of Domestic CENTER FOR INDEPENDENT LIVING Improvement through Analysis of Each Country Rules and Present Condition

    강지혜 , Kang Pyoung Keun , Ki-Chang Seong and 3 other persons | 2006, 12(2) | pp.17~30 | number of Cited : 4
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    The wealth of Korean disability people's paradigm has developed by the meaning of whole rehabilitation of the small society for acception and protection. Today, that meaning has been changed to make and choose disability people's future plans by themselves. The CENTER FOR INDEPENDENT LIVING in Korea has been accepted through the American and Japanese's activity systems with no objection.Following result of the real reserching, because the CENTER FOR INDEPENDENT LIVING in Korea have no legal basement, so there are little support for these centers and no proper rules and check systems.Therefore, we have to make the legal basement of CENTER FOR INDEPENDENT LIVING and separate by each parts of system and to specialize about them.That means, each parts of system have to mark role mode for doing well, and each systems have to develop new programs and services, and to specialize for in Korea.To add, we should have more small CENTER FOR INDEPENDENT LIVING in each area, and the CENTER FOR INDEPENDENT LIVING which are already started should make network system to contact with other centers in society for giving support of proper information.
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    A Study on the Latest Architectural Trends of General Hospital O.P.D. in Korea

    손재원 , Teuk-Koo Lee | 2006, 12(2) | pp.31~40 | number of Cited : 7
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    Much has changed in the healthcare field since the beginning of the industrial age. In the healthcare field changes are occurring so rapidly and dramatically that yesterday's paradigm will not be tomorrow's paradigm, creating the need above all else to stay fluid and flexible as strategies(included healthcare architecture planning) for the future are developed. The purpose of this study is to analyze the latest architectural trends of general hospital outpatient department based on the healthcare environment changes in Korea. The major healthcare environment change is to change the object of hospital's healthcare services from inpatient to outpatient.In conclusion, the first, medical faculties of outpatient department are subdivided specialized small faculty. The second, clinic systems for medical examination and treatment of specific disease are activated in the most outpatient department. The third, specialized medical centers for chronical disease(Cancer, Cardiac etc.) control are arranged in existed outpatient department or freestanding facility. Specialized medical center for preventive medicine is regionally decentralized for corresponding with the healthcare paradigm shifts.
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    A Study on Growing Needs for Adult Day Service Center in Seoul under the New Longterm

    오은진 , Park, Hae-Sun | 2006, 12(2) | pp.41~50 | number of Cited : 7
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    Introduction of new longterm care policy for elderly in Korea would change many aspects of elderly care service facilities. Especially elderly home care services like adult daycare centers will expand drastically after beginning of longterm care insurance. The purpose of this study is to estimate demand of adult daycare centers by comparing with the U.S and Japanese cases. Korean government is expecting that adult daycare centers will expand ten times within 4 years. This estimate is exceeding the facility demand estimate of the U.S. and Japan. The results of population study and expecting growth rate of adult daycare centers in Seoul indicate that more than 300 centers, 4 times of the number of existing centers, are in need based on Seoul elderly population in 2004. To supply these numbers of facilities in short period, more in depth study should be followed. Existing adult daycare facilities' in Seoul were analyzed by their building and management types. Interior spaces of adult daycare centers in Korea are similar to the U.S. and Japan in space arrangements but much smaller in size. In depth study of space programming as well as overall demand survey of adult daycare centers is urgently in need for more realistic expansion of adult daycare centers.
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    A Study on the Spatial Composition and Area Distribution of recent Urban Health Centers

    김진영 , PARK, JAE SEUNG | 2006, 12(2) | pp.51~58 | number of Cited : 2
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    This study is about the Spatial Composition and Area Distribution in the Urban Health Centers. The purpose of this study is to suggest the basic direction of urban health center plans which has urban characters according to the changes of public health systems and environments. The methods of this research was executed by surveys of documents and plans and field observations. The targets of this study are public health centers that have been constructed since 2000 and are constructing until now and investigated this facilities.
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    A Study on the Architectural Planning of Joint Pattern in the Triangular Type Ward

    Kim Khil Chae | 2006, 12(2) | pp.59~68 | number of Cited : 1
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    The purpose of this study is to present the research data to improve the quality of triangular ward in general hospital in Korea. Drawing documents analysis were used to examine the condition of ward. This study in focused on patient room and atrium according to connection type of triangular ward, allocation of NS, module and direction of patient room.The results of this study is as follows; Triangular ward has two joint pattern(conner and conner, side and side). Conner and conner joint pattern is good at planning of lighting than side and side joint pattern. Triangular ward can has different module system in each side. Allocation of NS is important factor which is focused on patient relationship or ward control.
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    A Study on the Architectural Planning of the Angiography Unit in General Hospital

    윤우용 , Chai, Choul Gyun | 2006, 12(2) | pp.69~78 | number of Cited : 0
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    Angiography means that a check up to know an abnormal condition in all the blood vessels include from the heart, aortae, cerobrovascular and abdonominal artery to hands and feet. Main examples of this are cerebral angiography, abdominal, liver for urinary anomaly, renovascular angiography, and artery and vein in arms and legs. Angiography uses radial rays or angiography equipment for an image output during interventional procedure and compositive diagnosis. The acts which performed in a projection room have changed drastically. In general, it is performed by using equipment which is attached one or two C-arms and the method of inserting catheter in vein after anesthesia. For this reason, some rooms that consist of angiography room units should be planned not only for expensiveness equipment and facilities also to be germ-free. Nowadays, in the angiography unit case, it is placed independently as the central part of many hospitals. It does not belong to the imaging medical department any more as considering raising filming times and the relation between C.C.U.(coronary care unit) and operation unit. This means the acts performed are diversified and well-organized rooms in support of diagnosis are required. However, it is difficult to plan the angiography room unit due to domestic researches and data on this unit are not enough. Therefore, this study aims at bringing up basic issue for architectural planning of the angiography unit in general hospital.
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    A Study on the Improvement of Public Office Facilities on Composition of Space and Service Offering Aspects

    윤영삼 , Kang Pyoung Keun , Ki-Chang Seong and 3 other persons | 2006, 12(2) | pp.79~92 | number of Cited : 0
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    The purpose of this study is to suggest institutional reformation of public office facilities by analysis the status of services on welfare for the aged and disabled. For this study, we have researched and analyzed on two different aspects. The aspects are space composition of public office facilities, welfare systems and service support within region.
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    A Study on the Dimensional Standardization Process of Dwelling for the Elderly

    Teuk-Koo Lee , Kwon, Soon-Jung , Kim Seok Jun and 3 other persons | 2006, 12(2) | pp.93~104 | number of Cited : 4
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    The purpose of this Guideline is to provide basic standardization basis for planning and designing of the dwellings so that elderly may live, either with their family or independently, an independently comfortable life style. Dwelling facility is defined as a physical area where important activities of daily life are conducted by a person/people and is also the focal place of a family. Therefore, the Guideline classifies the areas where daily activities are conducted by type of such activities and provides standards to countermeasure for natural physical disabilities of the elders.
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