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"The secret weapon of good teachers" series The third secret weapon: "Good teachers have good attitude"

Hur Y

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The differences in self-efficacy in clinical performance between medical students and residents

Yoo HH, Park KH

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to compare the differences in self-efficacy in clinical performance (SECP) between medical students and residents. METHODS: A total of 267 medical students and 110...
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The learning characteristics of primary care physicians

Kim Y

PURPOSE: This study analyzed the learning characteristics of primary care physicians that are necessary to develop proper educational support systems in continuing medical education. METHODS: The research participants were 15 physicians...
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Needs assessment of a core curriculum for residency training

Kwon HJ, Lee YM, Chang HJ, Kim AR

PURPOSE: The core curriculum in graduate medical education (GME) is an educational program that covers the minimum body of knowledge and skills that is required of all residents, regardless of...
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The relationship between problem-based learning and clinical performance evaluations

Oh SA, Chung EK, Han ER

PURPOSE: To explore the relationship between problem-based learning (PBL) evaluations and clinical performance. METHODS: The study included 117 third-year medical students at Chonnam National University Medical School. The students' first-, second-,...
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Relationships among emotional intelligence, ego-resilience, coping efficacy, and academic stress in medical students

Yoo HH, Park KH

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to identify the causal relationship between emotional intelligence, ego-resilience, coping efficacy, and academic stress. METHODS: Participants were 424 medical students from four medical schools...
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Needs assessment for developing teaching competencies of medical educators

Si J

PURPOSE: This study conducted a needs assessment for developing teaching competencies of medical educators by assessing their perceived ability to perform teaching competencies as well as their perceived importance of...
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Perceptions on item disclosure for the Korean medical licensing examination

Yang EB

PURPOSE: This study analyzed the perceptions of medical students and faculty regarding disclosure of test items on the Korean medical licensing examination. METHODS: I conducted a survey of medical students from...
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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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Hopes for the new challenges in Korean Journal of Medical Education

Lee YH

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