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중국 양로원 시설의 거주환경 실태조사 연구 - 창춘시 소재 양로원 시설을 중심으로 -

Title
중국 양로원 시설의 거주환경 실태조사 연구 - 창춘시 소재 양로원 시설을 중심으로 -
Other Titles
The Living Conditions of Nursing Homes in China - Focused on Nursing Homes in ChangChun City -
Author
김미정
Keywords
중국; 양로원; 거주실태; 거주환경개선; China; Nursing Home; Living Condition; The Improvement of Living Environment
Issue Date
2019-02
Publisher
한국주거학회
Citation
한국주거학회논문집 , v. 30 , NO. 1 , Page. 37-45
Abstract
The purpose of this study is to identify living conditions, requirements and demands of nursing homes in China. We conducted the intensive interview with 20 elderly people who are over 65 years old and live in two nursing homes. The interview was adopted for the elderly people to understand and respond to questions verbally, which is more comfortable than a paper-based survey. The interview was composed of question items related to general information, safety, convenience, health, sociality, and comfort. Overall, the elderly residents were satisfied with the nursing home environment, but they were somewhat dissatisfied with their nursing home in terms of convenience and sociality. In order to reduce the social isolation of the elderly, various community facilities should be established to increase the interaction among the residents considering the characteristics of the elderly. Also, customized health exam and management systems should be provided in nursing homes for the elderly’s physical and psychological health. This study that provide basic data for a desirable building plan of nursing homes could be the basis for the improvement of the living environments of Chinese nursing homes.
URI
http://www.dbpia.co.kr/journal/articleDetail?nodeId=NODE07621471&language=ko_KRhttp://repository.hanyang.ac.kr/handle/20.500.11754/109921
ISSN
2234-3571; 2234-2257
DOI
10.6107/JKHA.2019.30.1.037
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