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Medical Ethics based on Confucian Ideas in Eastern Medicine (유가사상(儒家思想)에 바탕을 둔 한의학에서의 의료윤리)

  • Kim, Geun-Woo
    • Journal of Oriental Neuropsychiatry
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    • v.20 no.3
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    • pp.149-168
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    • 2009
  • Objectives : This study aimed for attain to ideal aspects in medical ethics-clinical medicine, through researching doctor's ethics based on Confucian ideas, Methods : Research materials are datum of Confucian ideas included eastern medical books and the Confucian old books, Stand on above-mentioned, I investigate indispensable ethical condition clinical doctor must have in diagnose and treat. Results and Conclusions : 1. Combination of people-oriented ideas-Confucian and applicative learning-Eastern Medicine, doctor's principle mind is initiated and Confucian physician is the center of that. 2. For practice morality and ethics using the Confucianist's good character, Eastern medical doctor read and acquire the Confucian books. 3. Eastern medical doctor make an effort for application a kind love ideas(perfect religious scholarship ideas of Confucian), serve parents and country as for practice and sublimate into a kind love ideas through practice of integrity and the self-sacrifice. 4. Occasion to examine the female patient, emphasize good manners by Confucian ideas's sexual distinction 5. According to the doctor-doctor ethics, partnership is important due to Confucian faith and good manners 6. Confucian physician often effected by the people around patient and the protector of patient and criticize positive influence by these kind of peoples(傍人) when diagnose and treat. 7. Owing to Confucian's a notion of preferring a son to a daughter(男兒選好思想), come out the methods of convert a son into a daughter(轉女爲男法)-manipulation of sex distinction. this method is criticized aspect of medical ethics.

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The Patient-Doctor Relationship in Eastern Medicine (한의학에서의 환자-의사 관계)

  • Kim, Geun-Woo
    • Journal of Oriental Neuropsychiatry
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    • v.18 no.3
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    • pp.97-112
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    • 2007
  • Objectives : This study aimed for desirable cure through the investigation of The Patient-Doctor Relationship in Eastern Medicine. Methods : Research materials is data of the patient the doctor and the Patient-Doctor Relationship in Eastern Medicine bibliography except medical theory and clinical contents. Results and Conclusion :. 1. Relatively the doctor's position origin from exorcist has it over patient's that. 2. In spite of clinical doctor, Confucian physician have Confucianism and the ethics so they set The Patient-Doctor Relationship in Eastern Medicine essentially. 3. Each of doctor(the doctor-doctor relationship) emphasize the partnership in the Patient-Doctor Relationship. 4. Patient's choice for doctor is source of the Patient-Doctor Relationship basically and the choice are prudent. 5. The patient must carry into practice psychological and body medical affairs related to health preserving 6. For desirable Patient-Doctor Relationship, doctor's inquire is considered with temper and circumstance and a consultation room are also required stability. 7. Poor Patient-Doctor Relationship are come about when patient is not trust doctor, patient is not follow doctor's order and doctor's indifference to patient.

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A Joint Effort between Academia and Industry in the Eastern Part of Kagawa Prefecture in Japan

  • Sato, Kazuishi;Okajima, Kunihiko;Nakajima, Ken-Ichiro
    • Journal of Engineering Education Research
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    • v.15 no.4
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    • pp.14-20
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    • 2012
  • The Regional Cooperative Development Center (RCDC) at Tokushima Bunri University was established in 2005. The role of the RCDC is to make a social contribution and to assist in the development of human resources. The RCDC has made contributions to society by organizing meetings to facilitate the exchange of technology, holding public lectures, supporting joint research projects, providing technical assistance for manufacturers, making available the free use of equipment owned by the university and so on. Additionally, the RCDC has put much effort into giving undergraduate students internship opportunities at industries in the eastern part of Kagawa Prefecture (the TOSAN area) in Japan. The RCDC also trained a contracted researcher from a small company about the creation of intellectual property, including how to conduct a patent prior art search, how to prepare a patent specification, etc. The RCDC has worked in partnership with industry, Sanuki City Society of Commerce and Industry and Higashi-Kagawa City Society of Commerce and Industry in order to revitalize local communities.

Illiberalism, Post-liberalism, Geopolitics: The EU in Central Asia

  • MAKARYCHEV, ANDREY
    • Acta Via Serica
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    • v.5 no.1
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    • pp.1-22
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    • 2020
  • The paper discusses how the new EU Strategy towards Central Asia issued in May 2019 might be analyzed through the lens of the intensely debated transformations from the liberal to a post-liberal international order. The author claims that the EU's normative power is transforming from the post-Cold War predominantly liberal/ value-based approach, with democracy and human rights at its core, to a set of more technical tools and principles of good governance and effective management of public administration. The paper problematizes a nexus between the dynamics of the EU's nascent post-liberalism and the geopolitical challenges of the EU's growing engagement with illiberal regimes, focuses on direct encounters between the post-liberal EU and the illiberal elites in Central Asia, and seeks to find out the impact of these connections upon the EU's international subjectivity. In this context geopolitical dimensions of EU foreign and security policies, along with the specificity of the EU's geopolitical actorship in Central Asia, are discussed.

Development Scheme of Transport Infrastructure in Poland as the European Union Member by Public Private Partnership

  • Stanislaw Barbuzynski;Kim Soo-Yong;Lee Young-Dai
    • Korean Journal of Construction Engineering and Management
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    • v.5 no.3
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    • pp.120-127
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    • 2004
  • In May 2004, Poland with nine other Eastern European countries joined the European Union(EU). After accession to the EU, Poland will accelerate the realization of investment in road sector, and wants to achieve important development of its road network condition in year 2005. Polish government is not able to afford the whole investment needed for construction of its motorways, so it wants to develop effective techniques of project funding based on the Public Private Partnerships(PPP). Without having high-performance transport networks, one country's economy cannot be competitive. It was the reason for establishing the Trans European Network(TEN) in the European Union. It creates the links, which are still missing between the fifteen countries of Western Europe and the new member countries like Poland. Consequently, Poland will also need to establish a proper transport infrastructure network. This paper will discuss how the PPP scheme can be applied for the transport infrastructure development in Poland as a EU member.

A Study on the Retailer's Global Expansion Strategy and Supply Chain Management : Focus on the Metro Group (소매업체의 글로벌 확장전략과 공급사슬관리에 관한 연구: 메트로 그룹을 중심으로)

  • Kim, Dong-Yun;Moon, Mi-Jin;Lee, Sang-Youn
    • The Journal of Distribution Science
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    • v.11 no.12
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    • pp.25-37
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    • 2013
  • Purpose - The structure of retailing has changed as retailers develop markets in response to business environment changes. This study aims to analyze the general situation of retailers in order to predict future global strategy using case studies of overseas expansion strategy and the Metro Group's global strategy. Research design, data, and methodology - The backgrounds to the new retail business model and retailer classification are analyzed as theoretical data. In addition, the key success point of the Metro Group's "cash and carry" strategy is analyzed as is the Metro Group's global CFAR (collaborative planning, forecasting, and replenishment) strategy. Finally, the plan for cooperation and precise forecasting under the Metro Group's supply chain management are analyzed from the promotion environment viewpoint. Related materials analyzed included the 2012 annual report, the Metro Group's web page, and a video interview with the executive in charge of global strategy and the new market development department. Some data were revised to avoid disrupting essential aspects of the case studies. Results - The important finding was that the Metro Group could be a world-class retail company with its successful global expansion strategy. The Metro Group's global strategy's primary goal is to have a leading business position in Eastern and Western Europe. The "cash and carry" strategy is highest priority in its overseas expansion strategy. Moreover, the Metro Group has standardized product planning capacity, which could be applied in various countries with different structural and cultural backgrounds. This is the main reason that the Metro Group could rapidly become successful in the Eastern Europe and Asian markets through its structural overseas expansion strategies. In addition, the Metro Group emphasizes the importance of supply chain management. Conclusions - First, retailers should create additional value through utilizing the domestic market, market power, and economies of scale to launch a global strategy to maximize benefits from diversification. Second, the political, economic, and cultural background of the target country needs to be understood to successfully implement the overseas expansion strategy. Third, the main factor of successful cooperation with a local partner is how quickly the company gains total understanding of the business resources and core competence of its partner. All organizations should focus on the achievement of goals in order to successfully operate the partnership. Fourth, retailers should improve their business, financial and organizational structure. Moreover, the work processes and company culture should also be improved to respond strongly in the competitive global market. Fifth, the essential point of a successful retail business is the control capacity of its branding and format. The retailer could avoid forecasting errors through supply chain management by perfectly distributing the actual amount of its inventory. In addition, the risks along the supply chain are effectively shared between the supply chain partners. Finally, the central tendency of the market is to gain in strength with this taking place across all parts of the business.

Global Healthcare Supporting System and Activity in some General Hospitals according to Hospital Social Responsibility in Korea (사회적 책임에 따른 일부 종합병원의 해외보건의료지원체계와 활동)

  • Lee, Hyun-Sook;Han, Hee-Jeong;Kim, Chun-Bae
    • The Korean Journal of Health Service Management
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    • v.6 no.3
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    • pp.117-125
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    • 2012
  • The purpose of this study was to investigate current status of 19 general hospitals which performed the hospital social responsibility (HSR) to global health issues. The survey focused on the global healthcare supporting system & activity (including the administration, information, materials, finance, and human resources, et al.), and the government's policy in Korea. Based on the analysis of survey data, the main global health issues of general hospitals were activities of overseas volunteers (56%) and aids of the developing countries (19%). Also, general hospitals have mainly supported into eastern Asia (49%). And then, the most important goal of general hospitals related these activities kept the founding principle of a hospital for global health issues (53%). The second ranking was the social responsibility (32%) and the interchange between Korean and foreign hospitals (32%). There were many differences between general hospitals about the global healthcare supporting system & activities for HSR to global health issues. In conclusion, we suggest that most of general hospitals in Korea would be gotten prior setting the global issues for unmet-need of the developing countries around the world in the near future. This study also served as the effective way by partnership on global health issues of general hospitals for recognizing the HSR as hospital governance.