S-Space College of Education (사범대학) Program in Global Education Cooperation (협동과정-글로벌교육협력전공) Theses (Master's Degree_협동과정-글로벌교육협력전공)
A Historical Review of the Official Development Assistance Program for Health Professions Education: Case of the National Teacher Training Center for Health Professions in Korea
보건의료인력 교육공적개발원조사업에 대한 역사적고찰: 한국 의학교육연수원 사례를 중심으로
|dc.description||학위논문 (석사)-- 서울대학교 대학원 : 협동과정글로벌교육협력전공, 2015. 2. 진동섭.||-|
|dc.description.abstract||This research is a study of the National Teacher Training Center for Health Professions (referred to as NTTC), an independent institution set up by the Korean government. The NTTC was established in 1975 as an attached institution within the Seoul National University College of Medicine (SNUMC), in collaboration with the World Health Organization (WHO), for development of national health professions education, especially medical education in Korea.
This study provides the opportunity to identify the effects and importance of institutional support of the NTTC by analyzing its activities for the endogenous process of capacity development of health professions education in Korea and evaluating its effectiveness by applying the aid effectiveness principles of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Developments Development Assistance Committee (OECD/DAC).
Adequate country capacity is crucial to achieving the sustainable development of developing countries. However, the way in which of aid during fifty years undermined the country capacity. Therefore, the existing innovations and effective practice of country capacity development need to be more widely speared.
In this regard, the concept of the NTTC was revitalized in the 21st century under the name National Educational Development Center (hereafter referred to NEDC) in two countries, Lao Peoples Democratic Republic (Lao PDR) and Cambodia. However, empirical study and research have been limited, especially the historical review of the past experiences of the NTTC.
This research, therefore, discusses the concept of reforming health professions education, reviews the status of medical education and ODA for health professions education in Korea by analyzing the particular case of the NTTC. The main activities of the NTTC were analyzed through the concept of Capacity Development and also evaluated by Organization for Economic Cooperation and Developments Development Assistance Committee (OECD/DAC).
Based on analysis of the NTTC activities, this study also reports the limitations and important implications in reforming health professions education, not only for the purpose of assisting the NEDC in the Western Pacific Region but also for educational development of Human Resources for Health.
TABLE OF CONTENTS iii
LIST OF TABLES iv
LIST OF FIGURES iv
Chapter I. Introduction 1
1.1 Background of the Study 1
1.2 Problem Statement 5
1.3 Research Questions 9
1.4 Theoretical Framework 10
1.5 Methodology 28
Chapter II. Education for Health Professions 31
2.1 Reform of Health Professions Education 31
2.2 Health Professions Education in Korea 38
Chapter III. National Teacher Training Center for Health Professions (NTTC) in Korea 44
3.1 Preliminary Stage (1972-1975) 44
3.2 The Establishment of the NTTC 47
3.3 The Development of NTTC 48
Chapter IV. Discussion 78
4.1 The NTTC in the Perspective of Aid Effectiveness for Capacity Development 78
4.2 Limitation of the NTTC 88
4.3 The NTTC in UPM and in SNU 91
4.4 Implications for the ODA for Health Professions Education: National Educational Development Center 95
Chapter V. Conclusion 99
|dc.subject||Health Professions Education||-|
|dc.title||A Historical Review of the Official Development Assistance Program for Health Professions Education: Case of the National Teacher Training Center for Health Professions in Korea||-|
|dc.title.alternative||보건의료인력 교육공적개발원조사업에 대한 역사적고찰: 한국 의학교육연수원 사례를 중심으로||-|
|dc.contributor.AlternativeAuthor||Min Sun Sung||-|
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