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The Korean Journal of Emergency Medical Services 2021;25(3): 17-35.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.14408/KJEMS.2021.25.3.017    Published online December 31, 2021.
후임구급대원을 위한 구급현장 프리셉터의 핵심역량에 대한 연구
김은애1,5  , 양진철2,5  , 이정혁3,5  , 정상우4,5  , 조근자5 
1소방청 중앙소방학교
3경기 일산소방서
4동남보건대학교 응급구조과
5공주대학교 응급구조학과
A study on preceptor’s core competencies for junior 119 paramedics in prehospital field
Eun-Ae Kim1,5  , Jin-Cheol Yang2,5  , Jeong-Hyeok Lee3,5  , Sang-Woo Jung4,5  , Keun-Ja Cho5 
1National Fire Academy, National Fire Agency 119
2Daejeon Fire Headquarters
3Gyeonggido Ilsan Fire Station
4Department of Emergency Medical Technology, Dongnam Health University
5Department of Emergency Medical Service, Kongju National University
Correspondence  Keun-Ja Cho ,Tel: +82-41-850-0333, Fax: +82-41-850-0331, Email: kjcho@kongju.ac.kr
Submitted: November 11, 2021  Accepted after revision: December 28, 2021
This study aimed to investigate basic data on preceptor’s core competencies required for junior 119 paramedics to improve the quality of emergency care in the prehospital field.
From February 23 to March 10, 2021, data were collected through structured mobile questionnaires from 163 paramedics working in Sejong, Daejeon, and Chung Nam fire stations. The data were analyzed using SPSS version 25.0.
The average score of core competencies for junior 119 paramedics accounted for the importance of core competency (3.92 points), level of competence (3.43 points), educational needs (3.65 points). Among them, the importance of a role model accounted for 4.02 points, the highest among the sub-areas.
Additionally, there was a significant correlation (r=.686), which was the highest, between the importance and educational needs of core competency; therefore, higher the importance of core competency, higher are the educational needs.
Preceptor´s core competencies concern three domains: role model, socialization facilitation, and instructional design. It would be more effective for those with higher professionalism and professional self-development needs to be trained as a prehospital preceptor.
Keywords: Preceptor, Preceptee, Core competency, Junior 119 paramedics, Prehospital


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