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우리나라 개원치과의사들의 은퇴 및 노후계획에 관한 조사연구

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 Attitude and planning for retirement by Korean dentist 
 송근배  ;  정성화  ;  정선영  ;  박용덕  ;  권호근  ;  최연희 
 Journal of Korean Academy of Oral Health (대한구강보건학회지), Vol.34(2) : 139-149, 2010 
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Journal of Korean Academy of Oral Health(대한구강보건학회지)
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attitude ; dentist ; retirement plan
Objectives. Dentists are knowledge-based, highly-paid, and specialized rofessionals with unique professional ethics and cultures. However, their planning behaviors particularly around life planning and retirement consideration are not well understood. We investigated whether working dentists considered their retirement or not and the priority of life after retirement. Methods. A total of 2,000 dentists were selected by simple random sampling from a list of Korean dentists in 2008. The final sample size was 464. Questionnaires consisted of 10 general characteristics and 7 leisure and financial aspects on a 5-pointLikert scale. All statistical analyses were performed using SAS 9.1.3 (SAS Institute, Inc., Cary, NC, USA). Results. Dentists anticipate retiring at 61.7±7.2; the average (mean±S.D.) was 62.6±6.8 in men and 57.8±7.4 in women. The anticipated amount of money required for retirement was 1.7 billion Korean won, which differed by gender (p<0.01). Factors influencing retirement planning financial investments were the type of clinician and working hours per week. Conclusions. About two thirds of Korean dentists are preparing for their retirement and the rest of life. The Korean Dental Association should sponsor formal pre-retirement workshops and/or specific programs to increase awareness and retirement planning.
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Kwon, Ho Keun(권호근)
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