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Emotional intelligence in medical students: should we be assessing this more vigorously during the admissions process?

Shaikh FA, Gilmour J

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Cultural diversity should be taught: a reply to UK medical students' view on interacting with multicultural patients

Nirta L, Roh H

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Construction and validation of a mentoring questionnaire based on Islamic culture

Khaghanizadeh M, Taqavi H, Ebadi A

Education is considered to be a cultural and value-driven matter where any intervention in this field requires certain tools in order to describe the status quo. The current study, while...
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Comparisons of item difficulty and passing scores by test equating in a basic medical education curriculum

Hwang JE, Kim NJ, Kim SY

PURPOSE: Test equating studies in medical education have been conducted only for high-stake exams or to compare two tests given in a single course. Based on item response theory, we...
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Investigating the effects of interprofessional communication education for medical students

Kim SJ, Kwon OD, Kim KH, Lee JE, Lee SH, Shin JS, Park SM

PURPOSE: Interprofessional communication skills are an essential competency for medical students training to be physicians. Nevertheless, interprofessional education (IPE) is relatively rare in Korean medical schools compared with those overseas....
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Medical students' satisfaction with clinical clerkship and its relationship with professional self-concept

Yu JH, Lee SK, Kim M, Chae SJ, Lim KY, Chang KH

PURPOSE: Medical students construct their identity as a student physician through clinical clerkship. However, there is a lack of research on the effect of clinical clerkship on professional self-concept formation....
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Retrospective analysis of prevalent anatomy spotter's examination: an educational audit

Tirpude AP, Gaikwad M, Tirpude PA, Jain M, Bora S

PURPOSE: The spotter's (objectively structured practical examination) is an assessment tool which is widely used to test the practical knowledge of anatomy extensively. In Indian context it is used as...
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The flipped classroom model for an undergraduate epidemiology course

Sohn S, Lee YM, Jung J, Cha ES, Chun BC

PURPOSE: The flipped classroom has been suggested as a method for efficient teaching in medical education. However, its feasibility and effectiveness in the educational environment are often overlooked. The authors...
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