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Job Analysis by DACUM Method in the Field of Well Dying Education Model Development : focusing on the Social Worker
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Job Analysis by DACUM Method in the Field of Well Dying Education Model Development : focusing on the Social Worker
Hwang, Hye-Jeong; Kim, Kwang-Hwan; Kim, Yong-Ha; Lee, Moo-Sik; Shim, Moon-Sook;
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 Abstract
This study seeks to identify the duties and tasks of a social welfare worker when developing a combined death education program for welfare workers using DACUM method. The program would adopt both a medical and humanistic perspective that can be applied to real life. The study period was between March 2 to March 10, 2015. The study was conducted on eight DACUM committee members who are professors in the field of healthcare or humanities and social sciences. Their medical, humanistic and social viewpoints were investigated. The results show that the focus of the education needs to be on `the acceptance and understanding of death` and `healing the stress from loss and suicide prevention`as tasks under the duty of `loss and mourning`. The tasks for the duty `the need for death education`were identified as `death in traditional society and death in contemporary society` as well as `understanding of issues related to death`. The results show that there is a need to develop death education programs that emphasize healing for the acceptance and understanding of death from a humanistic perspective.
 Keywords
Task Analysis Using DACUM Method;Importance of Death Education;The Need for Death Education;Practice Attitude Towards Death;
 Language
Korean
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