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The perception of medical residents and faculty members on resident duty hour regulation

Han ER, Chung EK

Purpose: This study investigated the perceptions of medical residents and faculty members before the implementation of the duty hour regulation in December 2017. Methods: A survey was administered to 263 residents...
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The efficacy of peer assessment in objective structured clinical examinations for formative feedback: a preliminary study

Kim KJ, Kim G

Purpose: We sought to determine the impact of medical students’ prior experience of assessing peers in the objective structured clinical examination (OSCE) on their clinical performance. Methods: Forty-two year 4 medical...
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Course-based research experience of undergraduate medical students through project-based learning

Si J

Purpose: This study aimed to design and implement an introductory-level course-based research experience (CRE) through project-based learning (PBL) for undergraduate medical students and investigate their learning experience and research skill...
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The pharmacology course for preclinical students using team-based learning

Kim DH, Lee JH, Kim SA

Purpose: A pharmacology course in undergraduate medical education aims to enable students to cultivate the ability of applying drugs in the clinical context using basic scientific knowledge. Although team-based learning...
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Perceptions of the interprofessional education of the faculty and the level of interprofessional education competence of the students perceived by the faculty: a comparative study of medicine, nursing, and pharmacy

Yune SJ, Park KH, Min YH, Ji E

Purpose: This study will compare differences in perception of interprofessional education (IPE) in the faculty of medicine, nursing, and pharmacy. It will also analyze differences in the level of importance...
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The mediating effect of resilience on the relationship between the academic burnout and psychological well-being of medical students

Yu J, Chae S

Purpose: This study aimed to examine the medicating effect of resilience on the relationship between academic burnout and psychological well-being of medical students. Methods: The participants were a group of 97...
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The development of an evaluation tool to assess professional behavior and clinical competencies from the graduates’ perspective

Kusmiati M, Bahari R, Sanip S, Hamid NAA, Emilia O

Purpose: This study was designed to develop an evaluation tool for assessing professional behavior and clinical competencies from the graduates’ perspective. Methods: This study employed mixed method in a sequential exploratory...
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