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The  Formation  of  the  Historical  Identity  of  Korean  Doctors

Yeo Is

In modern society, doctors are a representative example of professionals—that is, doctors are members of an occupation with high barriers to entry. For doctors, long-term education, training, and licensing are...
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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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Improving the Korean Medical Association’s organizational strength and partnership for physicians

Ahn D

The Korean Medical Association (KMA) was established by legal mandate. It is a statutory body for the medical profession. However, the collective dimension of professionalism is a foreign concept for...
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Factors Associated with Triage Modifications Using Vital Signs in Pediatric Triage: a NationwideCross-Sectional Study in Korea

Lee B, Chang I, Kim DK, Park JD, Korean Society of Pediatric Emergency Medicine

Background: Previous studies on inter-rater reliability of pediatric triage systems have compared triage levels classified by two or more triage providers using the same information about individual patients. This overlooks...
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Concept Development of Political Competence for Nurses

Han NK, Kim GS

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to define and clarify the concept of political competence for nurses. METHODS: A hybrid model method was used to investigate the dimensions, attributes, and...
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Stereotypes among health professions in Indonesia: an explorative study

Darmayani S, Findyartini A, Widiasih N, Soemantri D

Purpose: Effective and efficient health services require efforts to increase collaboration among health professionals. One of the barriers to effective collaboration is stereotypes. Stereotypes represent perceptions or perspectives about a...
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Development and Effects of the Self-determination Improvement Program for Nursing Students' Professional Competence Enhancement

Park JH, Park HS

PURPOSE: The purposes of this study were to develop a self-determination improvement program for enhancing nursing students' professional competence and to evaluate effects of the intervention on nursing professionalism, communication...
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Role and future development of the KMA Policy

Kim H

The Korean Medical Association (KMA) operates two organizations dedicated to healthcare policy research: the Research Institute for Healthcare Policy, which was launched in 2002, and the KMA Policy Special Committee,...
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Graduate and postgraduate medical ethics education

Yoo SH, Joo YS, Lee SH

This article provides an overview of medical ethics education for practicing doctors in Korea, focusing on its aims, objectives, content, pedagogical methods, educators, and key issues and challenges for future...
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Establishing a basis for self-regulation: revision of Medical Law

Heo Y

In 2015, reuse of disposable needles at a few local clinics caused herd infections of hepatitis. This triggered a review of the current medical license control system and resulted in...
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Implications of the concept of the standard of care on self-regulation and medical ethics based on medical regulation

Kim KY, Kim B

Self-regulation has a long tradition in countries such as Germany. In healthcare, a professional level of quality is known as the standard of care, but the concept is not defined...
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The Korean Medical Association and self-regulation

Park HW

According to the World Medical Association Declaration of Madrid on Professionally-led Regulation, physicians have been granted a high degree of professional autonomy, which is an essential component of high quality...
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Evaluation of a personal and professional development module in an undergraduate medical curriculum in India

Komattil R, Hande SH, Mohammed C, Subramaniam B

The study aimed at evaluating the personal and professional development (PPD) module in the undergraduate medical curriculum in Melaka Manipal Medical College, India. PPD hours were incorporated in the curriculum....
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Effects of Nursing Professionalism and Job Involvement on Turnover Intention among New Graduate Nurses

Jeoung HY, Kim SY

PURPOSE: This study was done to investigate new graduate nurses' perceptions of nursing professionalism, job involvement and turnover intention and to identify factors influencing turnover intention in new graduate nurses. METHODS:...
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Medical Professionalism-on Social Responsibilities Viewed from Historical Perspective

Kim JH

What is medical professionalism and does it matter to the patients? Medical professionals take responsibility for their judgements and the consequences that ensue. Traditionally medical professionalism is defined as a...
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A Study on Ex-Health Professional National Assembly Members' Influences on Health Care Policy Making in the National Assembly

Ryu CU, Lee JH

In most democratic countries, influential professional interest groups often become a part of the iron triangle in the policy making process. One of the typical methods by which professional interest...
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Factors Influencing Professionalism in Male and Female Student Nurses

Kang KJ, Yu SJ, Seo HM, Park M, Yu M, Chae YR, Choi DH

PURPOSE: Nursing is regarded as a female-dominated profession. However, the number of Korean males entering the field of nursing is increasing. This study examines which of the following factors influence...
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Conflict of Interest in Medical Practice and Research

Youn YH, Lee I

In recent years, medical professionals are in charge with multiple roles. They have to work as an educator, researcher, and administrator, as well as medical practitioner. In addition, they experience...
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Medical Ethics as Professional Ethics

Kwon I

Contemporary medical ethics is far from the traditional concept of "In-Sul (benevolent art)" or "Yul-Li (ethics)", which emphasizes so much the personality or the character of a doctor. Nowadays, medical...
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New Medical Professionalism

Baek HJ

The practice of medicine today is beset with unprecedented challenges which include public distrust in medical profession, increasing market force and strengthened management. Recently medical professional societies in UK &...
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