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Strategies for Effective Teaching in Clinical Clerkship

Im SJ

Clerkship has a vital role in undergraduated medical education. Despite potential benefits, clinical teaching has been much criticised for its variability due to its complex clinical environment. This article describes...
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Medical Education Using the High-Fidelity Medical Simulator

Lim TH

Medical education using the high-fidelity simulator has developed rapidly in the last twenty years. Simulation-based medical education is now recognized as one of the powerful complementary teaching methods in the...
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Medical Education Using Standardized Patients

Park HK

This article is intended to review up to date knowledge about standardized patients (SPs) and SP-based objective structured clinical examinations (OSCE) in medical education. SPs have become almost indispensable in...
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Quality Improvement Strategies of Medical Ethics Education in Korea

Cheong YS

In the past twenty years, medical ethics has emerged as a priority within medical schools in Korea. This article contains important messages about the general overviews and current status, such...
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A Strategy to Activate the Basic Science Education in Medical School

Yang E, Ahn D

The aim of this article is to identify roadblocks prohibiting effective education of medical students in the basic sciences and then propose strategies for designing and implementing a better curriculum...
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Differentiation Strategy of Graduate Entry Programme

Roh HR

Graduate medical students have been expected to have different characteristics and backgrounds. If it is true, our strategy to educate them should be differentiated. However, basic medical education for graduate...
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The Process of Developing a Clinical Presentation Curriculum

Rhee BD, Park HK

In Korea, many medical schools have adapted their curricula to the recent paradigm shift introducing a professional graduate school system with universal accreditation criteria for medical education. This rapid transformation...
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Leadership Challenges in the Advancement of Medical Education

Shin JS

Constant change is inevitable in medical education. Medical education is continually influenced as medical schools adapt to new environments, as the society redefines the role of doctors, by ongoing advancements...
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