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Digital lectures for learning gross anatomy: a study of their efficacy

Singh A, Min AK

PURPOSE: The current study investigates the level of students' learning and attitudes towards the teaching and learning process when using digital lectures to teach gross anatomy to year 1 medical...
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Assessing effective physician-patient communication skills: "Are you listening to me, doc?"

Berman AC, Chutka DS

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Professional and personal enhancement: a pragmatic approach in dental education

Deivanayagam K, K A

PURPOSE: Students of health education are often offended by the transitions and challenges they face while encountering diverse people, ideas and academic workloads. They may be offended because of reasons...
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Using standardized patients versus video cases for representing clinical problems in problem-based learning

Yoon BY, Choi I, Choi S, Kim TH, Roh H, Rhee BD, Lee JT

PURPOSE: The quality of problem representation is critical for developing students' problem-solving abilities in problem-based learning (PBL). This study investigates preclinical students' experience with standardized patients (SPs) as a problem...
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Increased correlation coefficient between the written test score and tutors' performance test scores after training of tutors for assessment of medical students during problem-based learning course in Malaysia

Jaiprakash H, Min AK, Ghosh S

This paper is aimed at finding if there was a change of correlation between the written test score and tutors' performance test scores in the assessment of medical students during...
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Evaluation of a personal and professional development module in an undergraduate medical curriculum in India

Komattil R, Hande SH, Mohammed C, Subramaniam B

The study aimed at evaluating the personal and professional development (PPD) module in the undergraduate medical curriculum in Melaka Manipal Medical College, India. PPD hours were incorporated in the curriculum....
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Improvement of debate competence: an outcome of an introductory course for medical humanities

Chun KH, Lee YH

PURPOSE: Academic debate is an effective method to enhance the competences of critical thinking, problem solving, communication skills and cooperation skills. The present study examined the improvement of debate competence...
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Students' perceptions and satisfaction level of hybrid problem-based learning for 16 years in Kyungpook National University School of Medicine, Korea

Yeo S, Chang BH

PURPOSE: Kyungpook National University School of Medicine has been implementing hybrid problem-based learning (PBL) since 1999. The aim of this study was to investigate the changes in the students' perceptions...
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Effectiveness of training intervention to improve medical student's information literacy skills

Abdekhoda , Dehnad A, Yousefi M

This study aimed to assess the efficiency of delivering a 4-month course of “effective literature search” among medical postgraduate students for improving information literacy skills. This was a cross-sectional study...
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Learners' perspective: where and when pre-residency trainees learn more to achieve their core clinical competencies

Ahn E, Ahn D, Lee YM

PURPOSE: While it is known that effective clinical education requires active involvement of its participants, regular feedback, communication skills and interprofessional training, limited studies have been conducted in Korea that...
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Flipped clinical training: a structured training method for undergraduates in complete denture prosthesis

K A, K KM, Vijayaraghavan P, Kandaswamy D

PURPOSE: To design and implement flipped clinical training for undergraduate dental students in removable complete denture treatment and predict its effectiveness by comparing the assessment results of students trained by...
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Needs assessment of a core curriculum for residency training

Kwon HJ, Lee YM, Chang HJ, Kim AR

PURPOSE: The core curriculum in graduate medical education (GME) is an educational program that covers the minimum body of knowledge and skills that is required of all residents, regardless of...
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Humanities in medical education: between reduction and integration

Han T

Reductive logic has been a major reasoning style in development of modern biomedical sciences. However, when "medical humanities" is developed by reductive reasoning, integrative and holistic values of humanities tend...
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Learning objectives achievement in ethics education for medical school students

Chae S, Lim K

PURPOSE: This study aimed to examine the necessity for research ethics and learning objectives in ethics education at the undergraduate level. METHODS: A total of 393 fourth-year students, selected from nine...
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Factors that influence student ratings of instruction

Chae SJ, Choung YH, Chung YS

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to examine the validity of student ratings of instruction by analyzing their relationships with several variables, including gender, academic rank, specialty, teaching time,...
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Curricular and Pedagogical Implications for the Carnegie Study, Educating Nurses: A Call for Radical Transformation

Benner P

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Development of a portfolio for competency-based assessment in a clinical clerkship curriculum

Roh H, Lee JT, Yoon YS, Rhee BD

The purpose of this report was to describe our experience in planning and developing a portfolio for a clinical clerkship curriculum. We have developed a portfolio for assessing student competency...
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Importance of clinical medicine in medical education: review of the articles in this issue

Kwon OY

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A Comparison on General Education Curriculum of 4-year and 3-year Nursing Schools in Korea

Kim SY, Joung SE, Hwang CI

PURPOSE: This study was done to comparatively analyze the general education curriculum of 4-yr and 3-yr nursing schools in Korea. METHODS: Ten university 4-yr nursing schools were selected based on universities...
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Analysis of Nursing-related Content Portrayed in Middle and High School Textbooks under the National Common Basic Curriculum in Korea

Jung MS, Choi HW, Li DM

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to analyze nursing-related content in middle, and high school textbooks under the National Common Basic Curriculum in Korea. METHODS: Nursing-related content from 43 middle...
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