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Korean Journal of Child Health Nursing 2006;12(1):25-33.
Health Problems and Health Services in Child Day Care Centers.
Ji Soo Kim, Kyung Ja Han
College of Nursing, Seoul National University. shaalala@snu.ac.kr
PURPOSE: To investigate the health problems and health services in child day care centers. Methods: Data were collected from 115 teachers at 16 child day care centers in Seoul city. A questionnaire was used to collect data, which were analyzed with the SPSS 12.0 program. RESULTS: Most teachers had experienced various child health problems such as colds, hand?foot?mouth diseases, chicken pox, skin injuries, nasal bleeding, vomiting and diarrhea. Furthermore, they even experienced some serious ones including dysentery, measles, asthma and seizures, which demand professional skill. However, there were no registered nurses and most teachers requested that parents take a child home when these health problems happened. Only 31.3% of the child care centers had a teacher with CPR training. Approximately half of the centers kept child health records which included reports on allergic substances, and medical history but only 18.7% of the child care centers offered regular immunizations for the children. CONCLUSION: Various health problems were found in child day care centers. To maintain the children's health, there is a need to develop and make provisions for health services and programs in child day care centers.
Key words: Child day care center; Child health; Health service
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