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Initiate Architecture Design Guideline Study for Infectious Disease Response Facilities in Public Health Centers - Focused on Field Survey for Temporary Facilities

  • JOURNAL OF THE KOREA INSTITUTE OF HEALTHCARE ARCHITECTURE
  • Abbr : KIHA
  • 2024, 30(1), pp.27-36
  • DOI : 10.15682/jkiha.2023.30.1.27
  • Publisher : Korea Institute Of Healthcare Architecture
  • Research Area : Engineering > Architectural Engineering
  • Received : February 16, 2024
  • Accepted : March 4, 2024
  • Published : March 15, 2024

Kang, Jeeeun 1 Kwon, Soon-Jung 2

1호서대학교
2아주대학교

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ABSTRACT

Purpose: The role and facilities of public health centers responsible for local health are becoming increasingly important due to recurring infectious diseases such as COVID-19. With sudden outbreaks of infectious diseases, the infrastructure of public health center facilities like screening clinics are constructed varies depending on local conditions. resulting in discrepancies between intended usage and actual usage. Establishing guidelines for infectious disease response facilities that can be efficiently used within local communities is necessary. Methods: Field surveys are conducted at 6 public health centers to gather insights into the essential rooms, circulation patterns, and key considerations for space planning in screening clinics. Results: Ten design considerations emerge from the data, including spatial requirements, circulation guidelines, and considerations for accommodating diverse user needs and local conditions. Implications: Further research is needed to translate these guidelines into prototypes of temporary facilities.

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