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=Program ⅡHan, Kyung-Ja1)Kim, Ji-Soo2)Choi, Mi-Young3)1) Professor, College of Nursing, Seoul National University2) Lecturer, College of Nursing, Seoul National University3) Doctorial Candidate, College of Nursing, Seoul National UniversityPurpose:management of sick children by day-care staff. Methods: A cross-sectional descriptive study. Day-care staf (N=206) from 3 day care centers in Seoul, completed a structured questionnaire. Results: Almost half of the day-care staf (53.4%) experienced sick events in their child at least once a month. The most frequently reported (99.5%) had asked parents not to bring a sick child to the day care center. The biggest reason of exclusion was due to infectious disease including measles, chicken pox, mumps, diarrheavomiting, and pink eye. The majority of day-care staff (97.6%) agreed that there is a ned for Center-based Child Care Health Program (CHP), and Conclusion:These results showed a high incidence of sicknes in children in day care centers, and there were great demands for a Center-based Child Care Health Program for day-care staff. Also the results of this study can be utilized as a basis for the establishment of child care policy in Korea.