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Corrigendum: Change of acknowledgments in "The relationship between dental graduate students' MBTI types and academic achievement in problem-based learning"

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Book Review: A practical guide for medical teachers, 4th edition

Cho AR

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"The secret weapon of good teachers" series The first secret weapon: "Good teachers are excellent planners"

Hur Y

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How to provide tailored career coaching for medical students

Hur Y, Cho AR, Kim S

PURPOSE: This study was performed to develop a counseling strategy, based on the profiles of medical students' Strong Interest Inventory (STRONG) and Myer-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) results, focusing on the...
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Returning students' perspectives on adjusting to medical graduate school in Korea: an interview study

Park SY, Kwon OY, Yoon TY

PURPOSE: The recent trend of switching from medical graduate school to medical school in Korea raises questions about the adjustments that students must make in medical education. We examined the...
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The relationship between academic self-efficacy and academic burnout in medical students

Lee SH, Jeon WT

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to examine the correlation between academic burnout and academic self-efficacy in medical students. METHODS: The study group comprised 446 students in years 1 to...
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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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Peer review analysis of lectures using video recordings in an integrated curriculum

Yoo DM, Yoon H, Lee S

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study is to evaluate the effect of the peer review in an integrated curriculum and to guide further improvements of curriculum. METHODS: In 2012, Seoul National...
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Usefulness of ubiquitous-based testing for evaluations in medical education

Kwon OY, Rhee SY, Choi JM, Kim YS

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to evaluate the suitability (convenience, objectiveness, and satisfaction) of ubiquitous-based testing (UBT) as a medical education evaluation tool. METHODS: UBT was administered using a...
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Evaluation in medical education

Tai TY

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