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Longitudinal integrated clerkships: to educate what remains after one has forgotten what one has learned in the classroom

Han KJ

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Perceptions of a night float system for intern doctors in an internal medicine program: an Asian perspective

Tan BY, Ngiam NJ, Chang ZY, Tan SM, Shen X, Mok SF, Subramanian S, Ooi SB, Kee AC

Long duty hours have been associated with significant medical errors, adverse events, and physician “burn-out”. An innovative night float (NF) system has been implemented in our internal medicine program to...
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An analysis of verbs used in the course outcomes of outcome-based integrated courses at a medical school based on the taxonomy of educational objectives

Yeo S

PURPOSE: The purposes of this study were to analyze the course outcomes of integrated courses of a medical school that introduced an outcome-based curriculum and to suggest ways to improve...
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Nursing students’ relationships among resilience, life satisfaction, psychological well-being, and attitude to death

Kim J

PURPOSE: This study attempted to examine the influence of resilience, life satisfaction, and psychological well-being on attitude to death. METHODS: A predictive correlational design was used. The participants were 184 nursing...
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Cheating behaviors and related factors at a Korean dental school

Choi J

PURPOSE: This study aimed to investigate students’ cheating behaviors, perceptions, and risk factors for cheating. METHODS: The author conducted a questionnaire survey of 375 undergraduate students at the Dankook University College...
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Applying a mixed methods design for needs assessment of an international fellowship training program for Mongolian health professions

Amgalan N, Shin JS, Lee SH, Badamdorj , Yoon HB

PURPOSE: Continuing professional development is essential for improving health care services, especially in developing countries. Most of the training programs in Mongolia were not based on a targeted needs assessment....
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The relationship between empathy and stress: a cross-sectional study among undergraduate medical students

Wahjudi JW, Findyartini A, Kaligis F

PURPOSE: Empathy is critical for medical doctors, as it enables them to conduct good patient-centred care. Medical students are expected to learn this ability as part of their education and...
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Development of e-learning in medical education: 10 years’ experience of Korean medical schools

Kim KJ, Kim G

PURPOSE: We aimed to explore medical students’ online learning patterns and needs by analyzing data obtained from an e-learning portal of Korean medical schools. METHODS: Data were obtained from learning resources...
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Investigating possible causes of bias in a progress test translation: an one-edged sword

Cecilio-Fernandes D, Bremers A, Collares C, Nieuwland , van der Vleuten C, Tio RA

PURPOSE: Assessment in different languages should measure the same construct. However, item characteristics, such as item flaws and content, may favor one test-taker group over another. This is known as...
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