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Kim and Jang: Job Analysis and Curriculum Development for Gambling Addiction Prevention Counselors based on DACUM

Abstract

Purpose

Recently, gambling problem have increased in Korea and the prevalence rate is much higher than in western countries. Prevention of gambling addiction is very important at this point, but we have no accreditation or certification system for gambling addiction prevention counselors. The purpose of this study was to analyze the job and to develope a curriculum for Gambling Addiction Prevention Counselor (GAPC).

Methods

The definition of GAPC, job analysis and curriculum development were done based on developing a curriculum(DACUM) method.

Results

The duties performed by GAPC are categorized as planning & implementing, public education, outcome evaluation and professional development, which are classified into 8 tasks. The curriculum for training GAPC had 20 lectures covering 6 subjects: Introduction to gambling addiction, Prevention policy & institute, Methods of prevention education, Development of prevention programs, Prevention programs for target population, Empowerment for prevention counselors. Among the total 50 hours, 27 were for theory and 23 for practice. The mean of CVI (Content Validity Index) was 77 by multidisciplinary professional panels.

Conclusion

The specific tasks for gambling addiction prevention activities can be identified and curriculum developed for utilization in training GAPCs.

Figures and Tables

Figure 1
Job model of gambling addiction prevention counselor.
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Table 1
Procedure of Job Analysis and Curriculum Development of GAPC
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GAPC=gambling addiction prevention counselor.

Table 2
Degree of Frequency and Importance of Each Duty and Task in Each Duty (N=79)
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Table 3
Job Description of GAPC
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GAPC=gambling addiction prevention counselor.

Table 4
Curriculum for GAPC
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GAPC=gambling addiction prevention counselor; CVI=content validity index.

Notes

This study was financially supported by the National Gambling Control Commission.

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