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Interprofessional education for patient safety in health workers of various hospitals using active learning strategies

Park KJ, Ko Sh, Eo SK, Kim CW, Kim HS, Choi HH, Eo EK

Background: Patient safety has a direct impact on the patient’s health and life, so all members of the hospital should consider it first. Patient safety accidents are often occured by...
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Usefulness of transparent mask for communication in emergency room

Noh M, Han E, Cho A, Cho J

Background: It is important to communicate accurately in the emergency department. Due to COVID-19 pandemic, a mask is mandatory to protect medical staffs and patients from infectious diseases, and the...
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The effect of paramedic’s emergency patient simulation training - course using standardized communication tools and simulation

Bae GE, Chung HS, Hong JY, Noh J, Cho J, Kim JH

Background : Since primary emergency treatment should be performed appropriately and promptly, efficient and accurate communication between paramedics and medical staff is paramount to a successful primary emergency treatment and...
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Analysis of pregnant and breast-feeding women’s unmet healthcare needs

Kim EG

Background : The purpose of this study was to identify the contributing factors of unmet healthcare needs of pregnant and breast feeding women. Methods : This study used raw data from...
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