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Virtual Anatomical and Endoscopic Exploration Method of Internal Human Body for Training Simulator

Kwon K, Park JS, Shin BS

BACKGROUND: Virtual environments have brought the use of realistic training closer to many different fields of education. In medical education, several visualization methods for studying inside the human body have...
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Effects of Reading a Free Electronic Book on Regional Anatomy with Schematics and Mnemonics on Student Learning

Chung BS, Koh KS, Oh CS, Park JS, Lee JH, Chung MS

BACKGROUND: To help medical students learn anatomy effectively in limited hours, a regional anatomy book enhancing students' memorization was developed. METHODS: Only anatomical terms essential for basic cadaver dissection are included...
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Effectiveness of limited airway ultrasound education for medical students: a pilot study

Park S, Lee S, Do HH, Kim JS, Seo JS

OBJECTIVE: The point-of-care ultrasound of the airway (POCUS-A) is a useful examination method but there are currently no educational programs for medical students regarding it. We designed a POCUS-A training...
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Independent origin of anterior interventricular and left marginal arteries from the left posterior aortic sinus

Shetty P, Nayak SB

We present a unique, unreported variation of the left coronary artery. During dissection classes for first-year medical students, we observed the absence of left coronary artery in an adult male...
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The Recognition and Need of Medical Student on Peer Review in Cadaver Dissection

Jo JJ, Kang SW, Lee SJ, Jung SJ, Lee JH

Peer review in dissection is a good evaluation method that allows students not only to recognize professional behavior of peers, but also to look back on themselves. The purpose of...
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Importance of a Diversity Committee in Advancing the Korean Society of Gastroenterology: A Survey Analysis

Kim SE, Kim N, Park YS, Kim EY, Park SJ, Shim KN, Choi YJ, Gwak GY, Park SM

BACKGROUND/AIMS: The numbers of women, young doctors, and foreigners in the medical field have increased continuously. On the other hand, the environment for these minority groups has not improved, particularly...
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The relationship between empathy and stress: a cross-sectional study among undergraduate medical students

Wahjudi JW, Findyartini A, Kaligis F

PURPOSE: Empathy is critical for medical doctors, as it enables them to conduct good patient-centred care. Medical students are expected to learn this ability as part of their education and...
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Comparison of Stress Responses and Coping Methods according to the Gender of Freshmen in Graduate Medical Students

Kim HJ, Chee IS, Lee SW, Kim JL

OBJECTIVES: This study was conducted to evaluate the gender differences in stress-coping methods that affect stress responses in graduate medical students. METHODS: The participants were 209 students of C medical school...
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The Reflections of Final Year Medical Students About Nursing Home: “Loneliness and Abandonment”

Elbi H, Altan S, Cetinkaya , Rahman S

BACKGROUND: Population aging is a global phenomenon with opportunities and challenges. The numbers and proportions of older people are increasing in almost every country. This study aimed to evaluate the...
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Emotional intelligence in medical students: should we be assessing this more vigorously during the admissions process?

Shaikh FA, Gilmour J

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Investigating the effects of interprofessional communication education for medical students

Kim SJ, Kwon OD, Kim KH, Lee JE, Lee SH, Shin JS, Park SM

PURPOSE: Interprofessional communication skills are an essential competency for medical students training to be physicians. Nevertheless, interprofessional education (IPE) is relatively rare in Korean medical schools compared with those overseas....
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Medical students' satisfaction with clinical clerkship and its relationship with professional self-concept

Yu JH, Lee SK, Kim M, Chae SJ, Lim KY, Chang KH

PURPOSE: Medical students construct their identity as a student physician through clinical clerkship. However, there is a lack of research on the effect of clinical clerkship on professional self-concept formation....
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The flipped classroom model for an undergraduate epidemiology course

Sohn S, Lee YM, Jung J, Cha ES, Chun BC

PURPOSE: The flipped classroom has been suggested as a method for efficient teaching in medical education. However, its feasibility and effectiveness in the educational environment are often overlooked. The authors...
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Effects of Academic Relationships on Academic Burnout in Health Professions Students

Jang J, Bae S, Kim G, Kim D, Park J, Lee S, Park M, Kim DH

There are several dimensions of academic burnout experienced by medical and health science college students. The purpose of this study was to examine the effects of academic relationships on academic...
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A Narrative Inquiry of Medical Students' Experiences of Expulsion and Military Service

Lee WK, Park KH

The aim of this study was to use narrative inquiry to explore the experiences of medical students who faced expulsion, military service, and readmission, and their journeys of identity formation....
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The top 10 things to know about transfusion medicine before intern year: an evidence-based course for graduating medical students

Peedin AR, Perjar I, Mazepa MA, Rollins-Raval MA, Park YA, Raval JS

BACKGROUND: Transfusion medicine (TM) knowledge varies widely among physician trainees. In addition, there have been few instances in which curricular changes have been meaningfully assessed for TM education in medical...
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Emergency medicine residents' and medical students' perspectives about emergency medicine professionalism

Kim JH, Park KH, Kang Y, Kwon OY, Han C

OBJECTIVE: This study investigated and compared the perspectives on emergency medicine (EM) professionalism competencies of medical students and EM residents. In addition, how they learned their EM professionalism was also...
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Understanding medical students' empathy based on Enneagram personality types

Roh HR, Park KH, Ko HJ, Kim DK, Son HB, Shin DH, Lee SH, Jung HY, Heo D

PURPOSE: High self-awareness can promote communication and empathy. The Enneagram is a well-known personality tool to enhance self-awareness. We evaluated differences in empathy among medical students using the Enneagram typology. METHODS:...
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Factors influencing to study medicine: a survey of first-year medical students from India

Narayanasamy M, Ruban A, Somi Sankaran P

PURPOSE: Students joining medical studies may be motivated by many factors. However, there may also be some factors which may concern them. Although, it can be assumed that those joining...
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Enhancing students' active learning and self-efficacy using mobile technology in medical English classes

Kim KJ

PURPOSE: This study investigated student experiences of mobile technology in a medical English course using a free mobile classroom application, Socrative and its impact on student learning to help them...
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