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A Study of Core Humanistic Competency for Developing Humanism Education for Medical Students

Jung HY, Kim JW, Lee S, Yoo SH, Jeon JH, Kim TW, Park JS, Jeong SY, Oh SJ, Kim EJ, Shin MS

The authors conducted a survey on essential humanistic competency that medical students should have, and on teaching methods that will effectively develop such attributes. The participants consisted of 154 medical...
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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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Preliminary Development of Humanistic Care Indicators for Residents in Nursing Homes: A Delphi Technique

Lee I, Wang HH

  • KMID: 2069898
  • Asian Nurs Res.
  • 2014 Mar;8(1):75-81.
PURPOSE: The overwhelming majority of residents among nursing homes are the elderly in Taiwan. Previous studies have shown the dissatisfaction with care from the viewpoints of nursing home residents. For...
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