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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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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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Use of social media in education among medical students in Saudi Arabia

Alsuraihi , Almaqati A, Abughanim , Jastaniah

PURPOSE: Social media (SM), a virtual place where people can share, exchange, and communicate their ideas and knowledge, has become the new trend in communication and learning. This study aims...
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Learning, memory and exploratory similarities in genetically identical cloned dogs

Shin CW, Kim GA, Park WJ, Park KY, Jeon JM, Oh HJ, Kim MJ, Lee BC

Somatic cell nuclear transfer allows generation of genetically identical animals using donor cells derived from animals with particular traits. To date, few studies have investigated whether or not these cloned...
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Students’ perception of the educational environment in medical college: a study based on DREEM questionnaire

Patil AA, Chaudhari

PURPOSE: The educational environment (EE) plays a very important role in effective student learning. The Dundee Ready Education Environment Measure (DREEM) is a validated tool to assess the EE. This...
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Effects of Self-directed Feedback Practice using Smartphone Videos on Basic Nursing Skills, Confidence in Performance and Learning Satisfaction

Lee SG, Shin YH

PURPOSE: This study was done to verify effects of a self-directed feedback practice using smartphone videos on nursing students' basic nursing skills, confidence in performance and learning satisfaction. METHODS: In this...
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Importance of language skill learning of dental undergraduates: need assessment and remediation in India

Panchbhai

For students entering health education, it is essential to learn the languages that are native to the place of education. The study is undertaken with purpose to assess language skill...
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Ubiquitous testing using tablets: its impact on medical student perceptions of and engagement in learning

Kim KJ, Hwang JY

PURPOSE: Ubiquitous testing has the potential to affect medical education by enhancing the authenticity of the assessment using multimedia items. This study explored medical students' experience with ubiquitous testing and...
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The learning characteristics of primary care physicians

Kim Y

PURPOSE: This study analyzed the learning characteristics of primary care physicians that are necessary to develop proper educational support systems in continuing medical education. METHODS: The research participants were 15 physicians...
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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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Two-and-a-half year follow-up study of strategy factors in successful learning to predict academic achievements in medical education

Lee SO, Lee SY, Baek S, Woo JS, Im SJ, Yune SJ, Lee SH, Kam B

PURPOSE: We performed a two-and-a-half year follow-up study of strategy factors in successful learning to predict academic achievements in medical education. METHODS: Strategy factors in successful learning were identified using a...
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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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Perioperative Surgical Complications and Learning Curve Associated with Minimally Invasive Transforaminal Lumbar Interbody Fusion: A Single-Institute Experience

Park Y, Lee SB, Seok SO, Jo BW, Ha JW

BACKGROUND: As surgical complications tend to occur more frequently in the beginning stages of a surgeon's career, knowledge of perioperative complications is important to perform a safe procedure, especially if...
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Factors Influencing Learning Achievement of Nursing Students in E-learning

Park JH, Lee E, Bae SH

PURPOSE: This study was done to identify self-directed learning readiness, achievement goal orientations, learning satisfaction and learning achievement, and to evaluate the factors affecting learning achievement for nursing students using...
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Knowledge and Learning Needs Related to Cancer Treatment in Gynecological Cancer Patients

Seo MS, Choi ES

  • KMID: 2415779
  • J Korean Acad Nurs.
  • 2006 Oct;36(6):942-949.
PURPOSE: This study was to investigate the knowledge and learning needs of chemotherapy in gynecological cancer patients. METHOD: The subjects consisted of 103 gynecological cancer patients receiving chemotherapy...
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