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Medical education in Korea from a German student's perspective

Krueger R

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Understanding medical students' empathy based on Enneagram personality types

Roh HR, Park KH, Ko HJ, Kim DK, Son HB, Shin DH, Lee SH, Jung HY, Heo D

PURPOSE: High self-awareness can promote communication and empathy. The Enneagram is a well-known personality tool to enhance self-awareness. We evaluated differences in empathy among medical students using the Enneagram typology. METHODS:...
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Factors influencing to study medicine: a survey of first-year medical students from India

Narayanasamy M, Ruban A, Somi Sankaran P

PURPOSE: Students joining medical studies may be motivated by many factors. However, there may also be some factors which may concern them. Although, it can be assumed that those joining...
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Enhancing students' active learning and self-efficacy using mobile technology in medical English classes

Kim KJ

PURPOSE: This study investigated student experiences of mobile technology in a medical English course using a free mobile classroom application, Socrative and its impact on student learning to help them...
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Students' self-assessment of achievement of terminal competency and 4-year trend of student evaluation on outcome-based education

Yeo S, Chang BH

PURPOSE: This study was designed to allow a student at School of Medicine, Kyungpook National University (KNUSOM) to self-assess how well they had achieved competency and to analyze the differences...
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The relationship between emotional intelligence and happiness in medical students

Ghahramani S, Torabi Jahromi A, Khoshsoroor D, Seifooripour R, Sepehrpoor M

PURPOSE: Emotional intelligence is a factor affecting the health of individuals, and happiness is another factor affecting it. Medical students' health can greatly affect a community's health due to the...
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Evaluation of critical thinking course for premedical students using literature and film

Kim DH

PURPOSE: Premedical education is one stage in which various educational approaches are used to promote critical thinking. Given that critical thinking ability could be regarded as one of the intended...
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Attitude towards problem-based learning and its relationship with locus of control and academic self-concept among medical students

Ibrahim Abdalla MM, Abdelal MS, Soon SC

PURPOSE: This study aimed to assess the degree of acceptance of problem-based learning (PBL) among phase one medical students and its association with academic self-concept (ASC) and internal locus of...
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The relationship between classical item characteristics and item response time on computer-based testing

Chae YM, Park SG, Park I

PURPOSE: This study investigated the relationship between the item response time (iRT) and classic item analysis indicators obtained from computer-based test (CBT) results and deduce students' problem-solving behavior using the...
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