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Factors affecting incorrect interpretation of abdominal computed tomography in non-traumatic patients by novice emergency physicians

Lee SG, Cho H, Kim JY, Song J, Park JH

Objective Accurate interpretation of computed tomography (CT) scans is critical for patient care in the emergency department. We aimed to identify factors associated with an incorrect interpretation of abdominal CT...
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Beginning of outcome-based medical education: development of medical schools’ mission statements based on stakeholders’ priority

Kim Y, Choi H

Background: Many studies report the positive effects of outcome-based education in improving medical education quality. An important aspect of outcome-based education is the statement of learning outcomes, which is closely...
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Preparing for medical education after the COVID-19 pandemic: insightology in medicine

Choe YH

It is necessary to reflect on the question, “How to prepare for medical education after coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19)?” Although we are preparing for the era of Education 4.0 in...
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A Recognition Survey by Psychiatry Residents Regarding the Quality of Psychotherapy Training and Psychotherapy Competencies in Korea

Kim YJ, Kyeon YG, Lee SJ, Chon MW, Lee SW, Jung SW, Lee KU, The Committee of Residency Training of the Korean Neuropsychiatric Association

Objectives This study surveyed the quality of psychotherapy training and psychotherapy competencies during residency in Korea. Methods A questionnaire developed by The Committee of Residency Training of the Korean Neuropsychiatric Association...
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Associations of Communication Skills, Self-Efficacy on Clinical Performance and Empathy in Trainee Doctors

Kim D, Kim MJ, Lee H, Kim H, Kim Y, Lee SS

Objectives:This study evaluated the medical communication skills of trainee doctors and analyzed the relationship between medical communication skills, self-efficacy on clinical performance (SECP) and empathy. Methods:A total of 106 trainee doctors...
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The  Tasks  of  Medical  Education  to  Support  the  Formation  of  Medical Professional  Identity

Kim S

Building professional identity is the most basic purpose of medical education. Students who enter medical schools do not have an identity rooted in the medical profession, and universities should therefore...
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Utility of medical simulation in neurovascular critical care education

Mass-Ramírez S, Vergara-Burgos H, Sierra-Ochoa C, Lozada-Martinez ID, Moscote-Salazar LR, Janjua T, Rahman MM, Rahman S, Picón-Jaimes YA

Simulation has shown good results in medical scenarios in which the patient's problem can be solved by following protocols previously established in clinical practice guidelines. Therefore, the implementation of simulation...
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How the coronavirus disease 2019 pandemic changed medical education and deans’ perspectives in Korean medical schools

Park H, Lee YM, Ho MJ, Han HC

Purpose: This study explored how the Korean Medical Colleges responded to the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic and the medical deans’ perspectives on what and how these adaptions influence the...
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Pre-clerkship students’ perception and learning behavior of online classes during coronavirus disease 2019 pandemic

Kang YJ, Kim DH

Purpose: This study aims to analyze pre-clerkship medical students’ learning strategies and perceptions in online classes during the coronavirus disease 2019 pandemic. Methods: To develop the survey items, 20 pre-clerkship students...
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A hands-on microsurgery course for nurses

Satkunanantham M, Sechachalam S

Microsurgical procedures are time-consuming and sometimes fatigue-inducing. However, a skilled assistant and scrub nurse can help surgery be performed more smoothly and rapidly. Three microsurgical simulation courses were held for...
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Perception of Medical Students and Doctors on Osteology Education

Park JH, Lee SH, Jeon JC, Choi WI, Kim GM, Lee JH

Anatomy is being taught as a compulsory subject in various health care-related occupations. In anatomy, osteology is learning the names of bones and offers detailed structure of each bone and...
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Development and Evaluation of an Inter-professional Education Course at a Medical School in Korea

Kim CW, Eo EK, Myung SJ

Background: Interprofessional collaborative practice (IPCP) is emphasized in medical care for patient safety. As patient care is provided by teams, interprofessional competence is required to ensure the quality and safety...
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Optimizing e-learning in oncology during the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond

Malik M, Valiyaveettil D, Joseph D

The coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic has profoundly impacted cancer care, research and residency training in oncology worldwide. Many countries canceled exams, shortened their residency program and medical school tenure....
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Educational Applications of Psychotherapy for the Medical Students: Development of Psychotherapy Education Model

Oh HY, Park YC, Park SC, Kim EK

Objectives We have been providing psychotherapy training for medical students enrolled in the course of ‘Clinical Practice.’ The aim of this study is to introduce the psychotherapy education developed in...
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A  Qualitative  Study  on  the  Perceptions  and  Learning  Behavior  of  Medical Students  in  Online  Classes

Kang Y, Kim DH

Since the emergence of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), medical schools have experienced a sudden, full-scale transition to online classes. As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, it is important to evaluate current...
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Utilization  and  Effects  of  Peer‐Assisted  Learning  in  Basic  Medical  Education

Roh H

This review of the literature explored the experiences and effects of peer-assisted learning in basic medical education. Peer-assisted learning is most commonly utilized to teach clinical skills (including technical skills)...
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On pandemics and pivots: a COVID-19 reflection on envisioning the future of medical education

Han H, Clithero-Eridon A, Costa MJ, Dennis CA, Dorsey JK, Ghias K, Hopkins A, Jabeen K, Klamen D, Matos S, Mellinger JD, Peters H, Pitama S, Smith CL, Smith SF, Suh B, Suh S, Zdravković M

The required adjustments precipitated by the coronavirus disease 2019 crisis have been challenging, but also represent a critical opportunity for the evolution and potential disruptive and constructive change of medical...
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Evaluating knowledge retention and perceived benefits of medical webinar for professional development among Indonesian physicians

Yo EC, Witjaksono AN, Fitriani DY, Werdhani RA, Parikesit D

Purpose: To assess knowledge retention of physicians after participating in a webinar series and its perceived benefits on daily practice and career development. Methods: The webinar series comprised six separate webinars...
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Exploring the preconception of the first year of medical students on medicine before entering medical school

Kang YJ, Hwang JS, Lin Y, Lee HJ, Han SY, Kim DH

Purpose: First-year students can form a preconception based on life experiences before entering college and identifying learners’ existing characteristics can be useful foundation data for curriculum development. This study examines...
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Mobile learning in clinical settings: unveiling the paradox

Lee SS, Tay SM, Balakrishnan A, Yeo SP, Samarasekera DD

Purpose: The use of mobile devices among medical students and residents to access online material in real-time has become more prevalent. Most literature focused on the technical/functional aspects of mobile...
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