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Assessing effective physician-patient communication skills: "Are you listening to me, doc?"

Berman AC, Chutka DS

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A pilot study on the evaluation of medical student documentation: assessment of SOAP notes

Seo JH, Kong HH, Im SJ, Roh H, Kim DK, Bae HO, Oh YR

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was evaluation of the current status of medical students' documentation of patient medical records METHODS: We checked the completeness, appropriateness, and accuracy of 95 Subjective-Objective-Assessment-Plan...
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Analysis of medical student's book reports on Cronin's The Citadel: would young doctors give up ideals for prestige and wealth?

Hwang SW, Kim H, Kim AY, Hwang K

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study is to find what medical students think the reward for their future work should be and whether they would keep their ideals or abandon...
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Professional and personal enhancement: a pragmatic approach in dental education

Deivanayagam K, K A

PURPOSE: Students of health education are often offended by the transitions and challenges they face while encountering diverse people, ideas and academic workloads. They may be offended because of reasons...
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Avoiding student infection during a Middle East respiratory syndrome (MERS) outbreak: a single medical school experience

Park SW, Jang HW, Choe YH, Lee KS, Ahn YC, Chung MJ, Lee KS, Lee K, Han T

PURPOSE: In outbreaks of infectious disease, medical students are easily overlooked in the management of healthcare personnel protection although they serve in clinical clerkships in hospitals. In the early summer...
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Extracurricular activities of medical school applicants

Kim SH

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to investigate medical school applicants' involvements in extracurricular activities including medical volunteering/community services, nonmedical community services, club activities, leadership role, and research. METHODS: Extracurricular...
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Usefulness of 360 degree evaluation in evaluating nursing students in Iran

Sadeghi T, Loripoor M

PURPOSE: This study aimed to evaluate the clinical nursing students using 360 degree evaluation. METHODS: In this descriptive cross-sectional study that conducted between September 2014 and February 2015, 28 students who...
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Identifying weaknesses in undergraduate programs within the context input process product model framework in view of faculty and library staff in 2014

Neyazi N, Arab M, Farzianpour F, Mahmoudi M

PURPOSE: Objective of this research is to find out weaknesses of undergraduate programs in terms of personnel and financial, organizational management and facilities in view of faculty and library staff,...
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Can disclosure of scoring rubric for basic clinical skills improve objective structured clinical examination?

Chae SJ, Kim M, Chang KH

PURPOSE: To determine whether disclosure of scoring rubric for objective basic clinical skills can improve the scores on the objective structured clinical examination (OSCE) in medical students. METHODS: Clinical performance score...
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Using standardized patients versus video cases for representing clinical problems in problem-based learning

Yoon BY, Choi I, Choi S, Kim TH, Roh H, Rhee BD, Lee JT

PURPOSE: The quality of problem representation is critical for developing students' problem-solving abilities in problem-based learning (PBL). This study investigates preclinical students' experience with standardized patients (SPs) as a problem...
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Program director and resident perspectives of a competency-based medical education anesthesia residency program in Canada: a needs assessment

Boet S, Pigford AA, Naik VN

PURPOSE: In July 2015, the University of Ottawa introduced a competency-based medical education (CBME) postgraduate program for anesthesia. Prior to program implementation, this study aimed to identify Canadian anesthesiology program...
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How to improve the continuing professional development in Korea

Lee MJ

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