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Myths and misperceptions in pacemaker patients: a quasi experimental study to assess effect of an educational intervention

 Kubra G, Hasan F, Qadir F, Rasheed  S, Shafquat A

Background Misconceptions regarding activities after pacemaker implantation can result in restrictions in daily life. This study aims at measuring the correction of misconceptions following an educational intervention utilizing a picture based...
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A study on the Korean dental education system II: the need for integrated education system

Gil YM, Lee J, Kwon HB, Kim SY, Kim RJY, Park SY, Song Y, Chung SH, Ji YA

Objectives: With the rapid changes in society, there are more arguments for redefining dental education system. This study aimed to review and analyze the problems in the current dental education...
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Online educational methods vs. traditional teaching of anatomy during the COVID-19 pandemic

Totlis T, Tishukov M, Piagkou M, Kostares M, Natsis K

Aim of the present study was to determine the impact of the COVID-19 outbreak on anatomy teaching to medical and dental students comparing the traditional anatomy teaching with three remote...
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European Regulatory Science and Regulatory Science Expert Training Project

Shin H, Park J, Kim J, Baek D, Lee Yj, Jung SY, Kang W, Kim H, Choi YW, Kim E

Background: Need for regulatory science is emerging with the development of pharmaceutical industry. It is essential to train regulatory science experts to meet the needs of technology and regulations to...
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Factors affecting incorrect interpretation of abdominal computed tomography in non-traumatic patients by novice emergency physicians

Lee SG, Cho H, Kim JY, Song J, Park JH

Objective Accurate interpretation of computed tomography (CT) scans is critical for patient care in the emergency department. We aimed to identify factors associated with an incorrect interpretation of abdominal CT...
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Effect of Patient Empowerment Model on Smoking Cessation: Randomized Controlled Trial

Khafagy GM, Mahmoud MM, Soliman SSA

Background: Smoking is a preventable cause of chronic morbidity. Patient empowerment is a process through which people establish greater control over their health-related decisions and actions. To assess the effect...
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Evaluating the Effect of Peer-Assisted Education on the Functioning in Family Caregivers of Patients with Schizophrenia: A Clinical Trial Study

Rajai N, Lami B, Pishgooie AH, Habibi H, Alavizerang F

Background: High levels burden of long-term care of patients with schizophrenia can disrupt the functioning of family caregivers. This study evaluated a peer-assisted education method on family caregivers’ functioning of...
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The Effects of a Death Preparation Education Program on Death Anxiety, Death Attitudes, and Attitudes toward End-of-Life Care among Nurses in Convalescent Hospitals

Chu Ey, Jang Sh

Purpose: The purpose of this study was to examine the effects of a death preparation education program for nurses working in convalescent hospitals on death anxiety, death attitudes, and attitudes...
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The effect of the COVID-19 pandemic on the patient safety attitude of medical students

Lee J, Park KH

Purpose: This study aimed to examine the differences in scores of the Attitude to Patient Safety Questionnaire (APSQ) by medical students before and after the outbreak of COVID-19. Methods: In total,...
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Beginning of outcome-based medical education: development of medical schools’ mission statements based on stakeholders’ priority

Kim Y, Choi H

Background: Many studies report the positive effects of outcome-based education in improving medical education quality. An important aspect of outcome-based education is the statement of learning outcomes, which is closely...
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Preparing for medical education after the COVID-19 pandemic: insightology in medicine

Choe YH

It is necessary to reflect on the question, “How to prepare for medical education after coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19)?” Although we are preparing for the era of Education 4.0 in...
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A Recognition Survey by Psychiatry Residents Regarding the Quality of Psychotherapy Training and Psychotherapy Competencies in Korea

Kim YJ, Kyeon YG, Lee SJ, Chon MW, Lee SW, Jung SW, Lee KU, The Committee of Residency Training of the Korean Neuropsychiatric Association

Objectives This study surveyed the quality of psychotherapy training and psychotherapy competencies during residency in Korea. Methods A questionnaire developed by The Committee of Residency Training of the Korean Neuropsychiatric Association...
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Development and Effects of a Mechanical Ventilation Education Program with Blended Learning for Nursing Students

Yeom GJ, Yang J, Kim J, Kim HS

Purpose: This study describes the development and implementation of a mechanical ventilation education program with a blended learning method for nursing students. Methods: Sixty-five nursing students were recruited either to the...
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Effect of Educational Nurse Practitioners at Comprehensive Nursing Care Service Units

Cho OY, Lee SH, Lee HJ, Han MY

Purpose: This study aimed to investigate the effect of educational nurse practitioners at comprehensive nursing care service units by comparing the educational satisfaction of general nurses and the occupational stress...
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The influence of critical thinking disposition, deep approaches to learning and learner-to-learner interaction on nursing process confidence in nursing students, with a focus on team-based learning

Choi H, Lee E

Purpose: This study uses a descriptive research design to identify the influence of critical thinking disposition, deep approaches to learning, and interaction between learners on the degree of nursing process...
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Analysis of the virtual simulation practice and high fidelity simulation practice training experience of nursing students: A mixed-methods study

Lee EH, Ryu SY

Purpose: This study used an exploratory sequential approach (mixed methods) design to explore essential meaning through comparing and analyzing the experiences of nursing students in virtual simulation practice and high...
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Development and Evaluation of Prenatal Education for Environmental Health Behavior Using Cartoon Comics

Kim HK, Kim HK, Kim M, Park S

Purpose: This study aimed to develop and examine the effects of a prenatal program on environmental health behavior using cartoon comics among Korean pregnant women. Methods: This study used a...
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Level of Complete Knowledge on Five Moments of Hand Hygiene among Nurses Working at Integrated Nursing Care Service Wards

Kim E, Jeong IS

Purpose: This study aimed to identify the level of complete knowledge about hand hygiene indications among nurses working at integrated nursing care service wards. Methods: A total of 127 nurses...
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Korean Undergraduate Nursing Education: Current Status and Developmental Strategies as Perceived by Nursing Educators and Nurses

Lee SJ, Kim YM, Oh EG

Purpose: The aims of this study are to identify current problems of nursing education as perceived by nursing educators and nurses, and to suggest developmental strategies for effective undergraduate nursing...
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Effect of nutrition education and traditional game-based physical activity interventions, on lipid profile improvement in overweight and obese children in West Java Indonesia

Yulia C, Khomsan A, Sukandar D, Riyadi H

BACKGROUND/OBJECTIVES: One ongoing effort to curtail dyslipidemia in school children is through lifestyle intervention. This study analyzes outcomes of the intervention of nutrition education and Javanese traditional game-based physical activity,...
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