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The Development of Evaluation Methods for Outcomes in Medical Humanities Curriculum of a Medical School

Park HJ, Kwon SY, Keum DY, Kim DH, Kim DE, Kim JB, Kim JH, Baek WK, Ha JS, Hwang IS, Lee JJ, Lee AH, Kim SK, Jung HY, Park WK

This study was performed to select the proper assessing methods for learning outcomes in undergraduate education of medical humanities (MH), and to evaluate whether student assessments in MH curricula are...
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A  Critical  Review  of  Medical  Humanities  Education  Curriculum  Development  Based  on  Kern’s  Curriculum  Development  Model

Lee IR, An Sk

Medical humanities education (MHE) is as essential as basic medical sciences and clinical medicine education. Despite the importance of MHE, MHE curriculum development (CD) has proven to be challenging. This critical...
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Self-care perspective taking and empathy in a student-faculty book club in the United States

Henderson R, Hagen MG, Zaidi Z, Dunder V, Maska E, Nagoshi Y

Purpose: We aimed to study the impact of a combined faculty-student book club on education and medical practice as a part of the informal curriculum at the University of Florida...
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History and Future of the Korean Medical Education System

Ahn DS, Han HJ

Western medicine was first introduced to Korea by Christian missionaries and then by the Japanese in the late 19th century without its historical, philosophical, cultural, social, political, and economic values...
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A Study of the Historical Development and Directions of Premedical Education

Jung H, Yang EB

  • KMID: 2397968
  • Korean Med Educ Rev.
  • 2017 Oct;19(3):115-120.
Despite the importance of how the premedical education curriculum is organized, the basic direction of the curriculum has not been evaluated at a fundamental level. In order to explore the...
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The Effects of Humanistic Knowledge and Emotional Intelligence on Communication Skills of Nurses

Ha JY, Jeon SY

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to investigate humanistic knowledge, emotional intelligence, and communication skills among nurses and to identify factors influencing the communication skills of nurses in five...
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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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Is a medical humanities test needed in the National Medical Licensing Examination of Korea? Opinions of medical students and physician writers (secondary publication)

Hwang K

The purpose of this study was to examine the opinions of medical students and physician writers regarding the medical humanities as a subject and its inclusion in the medical school...
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Teaching Medical Humanities through an Illness Narrative

Hwang IK

  • KMID: 2306467
  • Korean J Med Educ.
  • 2013 Jun;25(2):81-88.
There has been growing interest regarding the 'medical humanities' in most medical schools in Korea. Medical humanities is an interdisciplinary field of humanities, social science, and the arts that aims...
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Neuro-Humanities: The Recent Discourses on Memory and Cognition

Kwon T

  • KMID: 1430640
  • Psychoanalysis.
  • 2013 Apr;24(1):29-38.
Investigating the human psyche in the field of natural science, William James and Sigmund Freud approached the human mind from a neuroscientific perspective. Even though the aim of each of...
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Application of 'Writing for Healing' in Premedical Humanities Education

Ban JY, Yeh BI

  • KMID: 2306501
  • Korean J Med Educ.
  • 2012 Sep;24(3):189-196.
There has been a recent tendency to attach special importance to writing education. Books on 'writing to heal' are being written in or translated into Korean. According to these texts,...
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Analysis of the Characteristics of Discussion Materials that Promote Group Discussion in the Medical Humanities

Ahn JH, Jeon WT

  • KMID: 2306532
  • Korean J Med Educ.
  • 2011 Dec;23(4):253-262.
PURPOSE: This study aims to analyze the characteristics of discussion materials that promote student participation in discussions, satisfaction with student instruction, and tutor intervention in the medical humanities. METHODS: We surveyed...
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Study on the Medical Humanities and Social Sciences Curriculum in Korean Medical School: Current Teaching Status and Learning Subjects

An JH, Kwon I, Lee SN, Han JJ, Jeong JE

  • KMID: 2306692
  • Korean J Med Educ.
  • 2008 Jun;20(2):133-144.
PURPOSE: We did this study to find out the current teaching status of the medical humanities and social sciences curriculum in Korean medical schools. Further, we discuss the tasks at...
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Student Cognition before and after Introduction of a 'Patient-Doctor-Society' Course

Park WB, Kim AR, Seo MS, Shin JS, Lee YS

  • KMID: 2306666
  • Korean J Med Educ.
  • 2008 Dec;20(4):333-342.
PURPOSE: The purpose of this study is to evaluate cognitive changes in medical students before and after introduction of a 'Patient-Doctor-Society' course into the curriculum of a medical school. METHODS:...
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Teaching Medical Humanities in Korean Medical Schools: Tasks and Prospect

Meng KH

  • KMID: 2306735
  • Korean J Med Educ.
  • 2007 Mar;19(1):5-11.
Scientific and humanistic aspects are integral to medicine and they must be bounded and integrated, not to suggest that one is more important than the other, or that they operate...
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