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The effect of the COVID-19 pandemic on the patient safety attitude of medical students

Lee J, Park KH

Purpose: This study aimed to examine the differences in scores of the Attitude to Patient Safety Questionnaire (APSQ) by medical students before and after the outbreak of COVID-19. Methods: In total,...
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Stress and associated factors with received and needed support in medical students during COVID-19 pandemic: a multicenter study

Puranachaikere T, Hataiyusuk S, Anupansupsai R, In-iw S, Saisavoey N, Techapanuwat T, Arunrodpanya F, Charonpongsuntorn C, Wiwattanaworaset P, Siripongpan A, Pruttithavorn W, Wonglertwisawakorn C, Pojanapotha P, Rueangrong B, Pattrakornkul N, Piyawattanametha N, Piyawattanametha S, Ratanapichayachai D

Purpose: The coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic is a global health crisis that has impacted daily life due to the policies created to contain the outbreak. Recent studies showed that...
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Voluntary peer-mentoring program for undergraduate medical students: exploring the experiences of mentors and mentees

Cho M, Lee YS

Purpose: We aimed to examine the participants’ satisfaction and evaluation of the program’s appropriateness, outcomes and benefits from participants’ perspectives and gather suggestions from students to improve peer mentor programs. Methods:...
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The Relationship of Pre-Clerkship Immature Defense Style in Medical Students with Physician-Patient Interactions

Lee SJ, Park CS, Kim BJ, Lee CS, Cha B, Lee D, Seo J, Choi JW, Lee YJ, Lee YJ, Lim EJ

Objectives: The ability of medical students to form positive relationships with patients is influenced by the students’ personality.The psychological characteristics necessary for effective physician-patient interactions (PPIs) have not been identified....
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Current  Status  of  ‘Professional  Identity  Formation’ Education  in  the  Medical Professionalism  Curriculum  in  Korea

Lee YH

This study examined the current status of the medical professionalism curriculum in Korea to suggest a plan to move towards the formation of a professional identity. Professionalism education data from...
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Latent  Profile  Analysis  of  Medical  Students’ Use  of  Motivational  Regulation Strategies  for  Online  Learning

Yun H, Kim S, Chung EK

Due to the coronavirus disease 2019 pandemic, the new norm of online learning has been recognized as core to medical institutions for academic continuity, and students are expected to be...
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Exploring the structural relationships between medical students’ motivational regulation, cognitive learning, and academic performance in online learning

Yun H, Kim S, Chung EK

Purpose: The purpose of this study was to investigate the effect of motivational regulation strategies (MRSs) on cognitive learning and academic performance. Methods: The participants were a total of 510 pre-medical...
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Does the hospitalization immersion experience improve medical students’ understanding of patients’ perspectives? A qualitative study

Kikukawa M, Taketomi K, Yoshida M

Purpose: Although many studies have assessed the impact of interventions to increase medical students’ empathy by improving their understanding of patients’ perspectives and feelings, the impact of hospitalization experiences remains...
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Impact of COVID-19 pandemic on happiness and stress: comparison of preclinical and clinical medical students

Isaradisaikul SK, Thansuwonnont P, Sangthongluan P

Purpose: To compare differences in happiness and stress and related factors between pre-clinical and clinical year medical students during the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic. Methods: A cross-sectional study was conducted...
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The Influence of Coping Strategies and Social Support on the Level of Perceived Stress In Medical Students

Lee IR, Kim MK, Kim HW

Objective : We aimed to examine the demographic factors and personal resources that affect medical students’ perceived stress. In particular, the extent to which coping strategies and social support influenced...
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Interprofessional education program for medical and nursing students: interprofessional versus uniprofessional

Park YC, Park KH

Purpose: This study determined the effects of interprofessional education (IPE) on self-efficacy and attitude by comparing an interprofessional (IP) group of medical students (MSs) and nursing students (NSs) and a...
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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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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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A Preliminary Study on Uncovering Medical Students' Unprofessional Behaviors from YouTube Videos

Lee YM, Lee J, Rhim HC, Park H

Creation of guidelines and education on digital professionalism have been sluggish despite the ever-increasing use of social media by digitally native medical students, who are at risk of blurring the...
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Comparing the cut score for the borderline group method and borderline regression method with norm-referenced standard setting in an objective structured clinical examination in medical school in Korea

Park SY, Lee SH, Kim MJ, Ji KH, Ryu JH

Purpose: Setting standards is critical in health professions. However, appropriate standard setting methods do not always apply to the set cut score in performance assessment. The aim of this study...
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Medical students’ pattern of self-directed learning prior to and during the coronavirus disease 2019 pandemic period and its implications for Free Open Access Meducation within the United Kingdom

Barton J, Rallis KS, Corrigan AE, Hubbard E, Round A, Portone G, Kuri A, Tran T, Phuah YZ, Knight K, Round J

Purpose: Self-directed learning (SDL) has been increasingly emphasized within medical education. However, little is known about the SDL resources medical students use. This study aimed to identify patterns in medical...
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Agreement between medical students’ peer assessments and faculty assessments in advanced resuscitation skills examinations in South Korea

Jeong J, Park SY, Sun KH

Purpose: In medical education, peer assessment is considered to be an effective learning strategy. Although several studies have examined agreement between peer and faculty assessments regarding basic life support (BLS),...
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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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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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Relationship Between Assertion and Aggression with Addiction Potential: A Cross-Sectional Study in 2019

Amiri M, Sadeghi Z, Sadeghi E, Khosravi A

Objectives This study aimed to determine the relationship between assertion and aggression with addiction potential among students in Shahroud University of Medical Sciences. Methods In this cross-sectional study conducted in 2019, 500 students...
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