Factors that Affect the Performance of COVID-19 Infection Management Administration in General Hospitals

Authors

  • Jinkyung Kim
  • Mi Hyang Lee
  • Woo Sok Han
  • Jung Hee Park

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.37506/mlu.v21i2.2710

Keywords:

COVID-19, Knowledge, Importance level, Educational demand, Performance.

Abstract

Background: This study aimed to provide basic data for the development of COVID-19 infection
management educational programs by confirming the factors that affect the performance of COVID-19
infection management administration in general hospitals.
Method: Data was collected from administrative staff at 192 general hospitals by means of a structuralized
questionnaire, and SPSS Ver. 21.0 software was used for data analysis.
Conclusion: The extent of knowledge and execution of COVID-19 infection management processes by
administrative staff in general hospitals was positively correlated with the extent of educational demand
for COVID-19 infection management, with explanatory power of 16.7%. It is necessary to include factors
including COVID-19 transmission route, transmission prevention, and staff safety in COVID-19 infection
management educational program administration. In addition, it is essential also to performance COVID-19
infection management education

Author Biographies

Jinkyung Kim

Associate Professor, Department of Hospital Management, Konyang University, Daejeon, Korea

Mi Hyang Lee

Associate
Professor, Department of Nursing, Konyang University, Daejeon, Korea

Woo Sok Han

Associate Professor, Department of Hospital Management, Konyang University, Daejeon, Korea

Jung Hee Park

Assistant Professor, Department of
Emergency Medical Service, Konyang University, Daejeon, Korea; jhpug@konyang.ac.kr (J.H.P)

Published

2021-03-12

How to Cite

Jinkyung Kim, Mi Hyang Lee, Woo Sok Han, & Jung Hee Park. (2021). Factors that Affect the Performance of COVID-19 Infection Management Administration in General Hospitals. Medico Legal Update, 21(2), 374-381. https://doi.org/10.37506/mlu.v21i2.2710