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코로나19 시대 응급실에서 동의서 작성시 비대면 의사소통 장치의 유용성

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 The Usefulness of Non-face-to-face Communication Device for Medical Consents in the Emergency Department During COVID-19 Pandemic 
 송민혁  ;  조아라  ;  유지나  ;  조준호 
 Health Communication (의료커뮤니케이션), Vol.17(2) : 59-71, 2022-12 
Journal Title
Health Communication(의료커뮤니케이션)
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Communication ; Corona Virus Disease 19 ; Informed consent
Purpose : Since the era of COVID-19, face-to-face contact has been reduced to prevent the spread of infectious diseases around the world, and hospitals are applying various methods to prevent the spread ofinfection. However, when writing a consent form essential during the treatment process, it had to be done face-to-face. We developed a non-face-to-face communication device to enable real-time consent writing. This study aims to evaluate the usefulness of the non-face-to-face communication device when writing a consent form. Methods : From December 28, 2021 to February 2, 2022, electronic medical records of patients visited the severance hospital emergency center and had a central venous catheter inserted were collectedretrospectively. There were 56 consent forms included in the study, 43 face-to-face and 13 non-face-to-face. We checked the difference between the details explained in the non-face-to-face consent form and theface-to-face by the average score and the explanation of each item. The score was measured from a minimum of 0 points to a maximum of 13 points, with 1 point for explained items and 0 points forunexplained. Results : The average score for the face-to-face consent form was 4.3, and for the non-face-to-face was 3.0 (p=0.148). There was no significant difference in the explanation of each item. Conclusion : It was confirmed writing a consent form through the non-face-to-face communication device can perform a similar role compared to the face-to-face. It is expected unnecessary contact can be reducedby applying the device to hospital rooms, and enabling a non-face-to-face rounds system for new infectious diseases.
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Yonsei Authors
Yu, Gina(유지나)
Cho, Ara(조아라)
Cho, Junho(조준호) ORCID logo https://orcid.org/0000-0003-2240-3989
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