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Professor Se-rin Eom (School of Communications), ranked no. 3 in the European Congress of Perinatal Medicine

dealt with communication issue between service users, medical professionals, and policy makers

  • 14.10.30 / 박차현

 

Professor Se-rin Eom in the School of Communications

Professor Se-rin Eom in the School of Communications was awarded ‘Very Important Posters’ in the 24th European Congress of Perinatal Medicine with the abstract entitled ‘Top Research Priorities for Preterm Birth in the UK: Priority Setting with Service Users and Health Care Professionals (1st author: Se-rin Eom).’

The European Congress of Perinatal Medicine that held the 24th event this year in Firenze, Italy is a prestigious association renowned not only in Europe but also in the Asian and American continents and it has gained good recognition in the field of pregnancy, childbirth, and infant management. In this congress, the oral presentation of Professor Eom received fervent response with the presence of Bev Chambers, representative of medical consumers who participated in the study of premature infants. According to Professor Eom, it seemed more meaningful to communicate with the health care professionals present in the event through the voice of Mrs. Chambers who went through two incidents of natural miscarriage and premature birth as well as having her child with disability entering a university. 

Then, Professor Eom said, “Most policies on medical service are limited by a certain number of people, especially, those interested in government policy, commercial medical organizations, researchers, and medical professionals interested in research. But it is important to listen to the voice of patients who experience actual medical situation, medical consumers, and health care professionals who always provide related medical service” and added, “To realize this, it is urgent to provide space and measures to communicate between service users, medical professionals, and policy makers.”

Also, it was invited to the Congress of the European Academy of Pediatric Societies that will be held in Barcelona, Spain in this October. Professor Eom plans to present it in the next seminar with Dr. Chris Gale in the pediatrics of British Imperial College School of Medicine. Dr. Gale is one of the medical professionals who participated in this research and takes care of preemies in the neonatal intensive care unit of Chelsea and Westminster Hospital. Professor Eom said that the research presentation voiced by Dr. Gale is expected to be meaningful.

This study was introduced in the Lancet, a prestigious and world-renowned medical journal, on last June (1st author: Professor Lilia Dewelry the medical school in the University of Nottingham, 2nd author: Professor Se-rin Eom of Kookmin University). This study was a research project supported by the British Department of Health when she worked as a researcher in the University of London.


 

 

Professor Se-rin Eom (School of Communications), ranked no. 3 in the European Congress of Perinatal Medicine

dealt with communication issue between service users, medical professionals, and policy makers

 

Professor Se-rin Eom in the School of Communications

Professor Se-rin Eom in the School of Communications was awarded ‘Very Important Posters’ in the 24th European Congress of Perinatal Medicine with the abstract entitled ‘Top Research Priorities for Preterm Birth in the UK: Priority Setting with Service Users and Health Care Professionals (1st author: Se-rin Eom).’

The European Congress of Perinatal Medicine that held the 24th event this year in Firenze, Italy is a prestigious association renowned not only in Europe but also in the Asian and American continents and it has gained good recognition in the field of pregnancy, childbirth, and infant management. In this congress, the oral presentation of Professor Eom received fervent response with the presence of Bev Chambers, representative of medical consumers who participated in the study of premature infants. According to Professor Eom, it seemed more meaningful to communicate with the health care professionals present in the event through the voice of Mrs. Chambers who went through two incidents of natural miscarriage and premature birth as well as having her child with disability entering a university. 

Then, Professor Eom said, “Most policies on medical service are limited by a certain number of people, especially, those interested in government policy, commercial medical organizations, researchers, and medical professionals interested in research. But it is important to listen to the voice of patients who experience actual medical situation, medical consumers, and health care professionals who always provide related medical service” and added, “To realize this, it is urgent to provide space and measures to communicate between service users, medical professionals, and policy makers.”

Also, it was invited to the Congress of the European Academy of Pediatric Societies that will be held in Barcelona, Spain in this October. Professor Eom plans to present it in the next seminar with Dr. Chris Gale in the pediatrics of British Imperial College School of Medicine. Dr. Gale is one of the medical professionals who participated in this research and takes care of preemies in the neonatal intensive care unit of Chelsea and Westminster Hospital. Professor Eom said that the research presentation voiced by Dr. Gale is expected to be meaningful.

This study was introduced in the Lancet, a prestigious and world-renowned medical journal, on last June (1st author: Professor Lilia Dewelry the medical school in the University of Nottingham, 2nd author: Professor Se-rin Eom of Kookmin University). This study was a research project supported by the British Department of Health when she worked as a researcher in the University of London.


 

 

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