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The Korean Journal of Emergency Medical Services 2021;25(3): 145-162.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.14408/KJEMS.2021.25.3.145    Published online December 31, 2021.
2018년 소방공무원 응급구조사 총조사
윤형완1  , 박주호2  , 이현경3  , 한승태4  , 이재민5 
1전주비전대학교 응급구조과
2경상북도소방학교 교육훈련과
3국립농업과학원 농업공학부 농업인안전보건팀 전문연구원
4특수전 학교
5광주보건대학교 응급구조과
The 2018 Fire department emergency medical technician survey
Hyeongwan Yun1  , Jooho Park2  , Hyeongyeong Lee3  , Seungtae Han4  , Jeamin Lee5 
1Department of Emergency Medical Technology, Vision College of Jeonju
2Department of Education and Training, Gyeongbuk Fire Service Academy
3Researcher, Agricultural Safety and Health Division, Department of Agricultural Engineering, National Institute of Agricultural Science
4Special Warfare School
5Department of Emergency Medical Technology, Gwangju Health University
Correspondence  Jeamin Lee ,Tel: +82-62-958-7753, Fax: +82-62-958-7797, Email: jea4622@naver.com
Submitted: November 7, 2021  Accepted after revision: December 28, 2021
The 2018 General survey of emergency assistance was conducted to examine the working conditions and welfare, including educational direction, interests, and awareness of work, of the fire department emergency medical technicians (EMT). This would be used as basic data for future policy directions.
Among the fire-fighting officers in 16 cities nationwide, emergency rescue workers engaged in first-aid activities were targeted. With prior consent, a survey was conducted through electronic documents. Of the total 1,227 people, responses from 1,151 were finally analyzed, excluding 76 who did not respond appropriately.
The working conditions and welfare of 119 firefighters were moderate, but in the fields of education and interest, the learning according to the regulations was high. In particular, satisfaction with the scope of work was found to be below average. However, it was positive that it will play a role as a social safety net in the future and will converge with cutting-edge science.
Although this study was a total investigation of the EMT survey, conducting an EMT survey on all fire fighters in Korea is difficult. Further research is needed, particularly on first-class emergency medical personnel who play a major role in 119 paramedics.
Keywords: Paramedic, Emergency medical technicians(EMTs), Survey, Emergency room, Fire department


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