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Twin principles for need-based attendance policy in undergraduate medical education

Kumar S, Zayapragassarazan Z, Dharanipragada K

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Nurturing instead of depleting empathy during medical education: a medical student's perspective

Chiang S

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Learning experience of undergraduate medical students during ‘model preparation’ of physiological concepts

Soundariya K, Deepika V, Kalaiselvan G, Senthilvelou M

PURPOSE: Learning physiological concepts and their practical applications in the appropriate contexts remains a great challenge for undergraduate medical students. Hence the present study aimed to analyze the learning experience...
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Comparison of results between modified-Angoff and bookmark methods for estimating cut score of the Korean medical licensing examination

Yim M

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to apply alternative standard setting methods for the Korean Medical Licensing Examination (KMLE), a criterion-referenced written examination, and to compare them to the...
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The relationship between non-cognitive student attributes and academic achievements in a flipped learning classroom of a pre-dental science course

Kim M, Roh S, Ihm J

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to examine whether non-cognitive student attributes such as learning style and personality type affected academic performance in a flipped learning classroom of a...
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Experience of nursing students about the barriers to patient education: a qualitative study in Iran

Abbasi M, Rabiei L, Masoudi R

PURPOSE: Patient education is a dynamic and continuous process that should be implemented during the entire time of hospital stay and even afterward. Studies have shown the typically poor quality...
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Effects of medical communication curriculum on perceptions of Korean medical school students

Yoo HH, Shin S, Lee JK

PURPOSE: The study examines changes in students' self-assessment of their general communication (GC) and medical communication (MC) competencies, as well as perceptions of MC concepts. METHODS: Participants included 108 second year...
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The development of a community-based medical education program in Korea

Yoo JE, Hwang SE, Lee G, Kim SJ, Park SM, Lee JK, Lee SH, Yoon HB, Lee JE

PURPOSE: The introduction of community-based medical education would help improve the quality of primary care. This paper suggests learning objectives and an educational program for community-based medical education. METHODS: The educational...
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Improving a newly adapted teaching and learning approach: Collaborative Learning Cases using an action research

Lee SS, Hooi SC, Pan T, Ann Fong C, Samarasekera DD

PURPOSE: Although medical curricula are now better structured for integration of biomedical sciences and clinical training, most teaching and learning activities still follow the older teacher-centric discipline-specific formats. A newer...
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History of Japanese medical education

Onishi H

Since medical education programs in Korea and Japan seem to mutually influence each other, this review article provides a history of Japanese medical education, focusing on the way in which...
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It is time to reconsider the unnecessary division of premedical and medical studies

Lee YM

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