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Resilience amongst medical students: a student’s perspective

Rampes S, Mukhammadaminov A, Dokal K, Yousefi S, Divecha YA

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What we learned from a medical education elective program at a medical college

Oh W, Choi J, Lee J, Jeong R, Oh S

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Evaluation of usefulness of smart device-based testing: a survey study of Korean medical students

Lee YC, Kwon OY, Hwang HJ, Ko SH

Purpose: This study aims to understand the characteristics of smart device-based testing (SBT) by comparing the typical characteristics of students’ satisfaction with SBT, its usefulness, advantages, and disadvantages when compared...
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Teaching online: foundational concepts of online learning and practical guidelines

Rhim HC, Han H

Medical schools have been slowly adopting online learning into pedagogical methods for more than a decade. While some medical educators are reluctant to accept these changes, the ongoing coronavirus disease...
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Medical students’ perspectives on recommencing clinical rotations during coronavirus disease 2019 at one institution in South Korea

Park J, Park H, Lim JE, Rhim HC, Lee YM

Purpose: Clinical rotations of medical students across the world have inevitably been affected due to the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic. The aims of this study were to explore medical...
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Admission policies and methods at crossroads: a review of medical school admission policies and methods in seven Asian countries

Soemantri D, Karunathilake I, Yang JH, Chang SC, Lin CH, Nadarajah VD, Nishigori H, Samarasekera DD, Lee SS, Tanchoco LR, Ponnamperuma G

Selecting the right applicants is an important part of medical student admission. While one universally accepted selection criterion is academic capacity, there are other criteria such as communication skills and...
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Medical students in Indonesia: an invaluable living gemstone during coronavirus disease 2019 pandemic

Lazarus G, Mangkuliguna G, Findyartini A

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Comparison of students' performance of objective structured clinical examination during clinical practice

Purpose: Clinical practice for medical students aims to improve their clinical competency. Since students gain experience in clinical practice, it is assumed that their capacity for care is strengthened. This...
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Negative school experiences of Late Millennial Korean medical students: a qualitative study using the critical incident technique

Roh H, Yune SJ, Park KH, Lee GH, Jung SS, Chun KH

Purpose: Today's students have distinctive generational characteristics and increased psychopathology and generational tension. The authors investigated the negative experiences of Late Millennial students in medical school to draw implications for...
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Quality assurance in education: perception of undergraduate health professions students in a Malaysian university

Er HM, Nadarajah VD, Ng SH, Wong AN

Purpose: Direct student involvement in quality processes in education has been suggested to encourage shared responsibilities among faculty and students. The objectives of this study were to explore undergraduate health...
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