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Erratum: Correction of Text and Table in the Article "Establishing a Patientcentered Longitudinal Integrated Clerkship: Early Results from a Single Institution"

Kim JW, Ryu H, Park JB, Moon SH, Myung SJ, Park WB, Yim JJ, Yoon HB

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Is it feasible and effective to provide faculty development programs online for clinical teachers?

Im JH, Kim JW, Park WB, Han I, Lee SH, Shin JS, Yoon HB

Purpose: Seoul National University College of Medicine operates a faculty development program for clinical teachers at multiple affiliated teaching hospitals. In 2020, the program was moved online due to coronavirus...
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The feasibility and satisfaction of an online global health education course at a single medical school: a retrospective study

Lee SJ, Park J, Lee YJ, Lee S, Kim WH, Yoon HB

Purpose: The aim of this study was to evaluate the feasibility and satisfaction of an online global health education course for medical students in comparison with an in-person of the...
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Establishing a Patient-centered Longitudinal Integrated Clerkship: Early Results from a Single Institution

Kim JW, Ryu H, Park JB, Moon SH, Myung SJ, Park WB, Yim JJ, Yoon HB

Background: Longitudinal integrated clerkships (LICs) have been adopted by medical schools to overcome the limitations of traditional block clerkship rotations and to promote continuity of care. In 2018, Seoul National...
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Applying a mixed methods design for needs assessment of an international fellowship training program for Mongolian health professions

Amgalan N, Shin JS, Lee SH, Badamdorj , Yoon HB

PURPOSE: Continuing professional development is essential for improving health care services, especially in developing countries. Most of the training programs in Mongolia were not based on a targeted needs assessment....
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Deliberate Practice as an Effective Remediation Strategy for Underperforming Medical Students Focused on Clinical Skills: a Prospective Longitudinal Study

Moon SH, Myung SJ, Yoon HB, Park JB, Kim JW, Park WB

BACKGROUND: It is critical to develop remedial education for underperforming medical students, but little is known about how to create an effective remediation program. Deliberate practice (DP) is a structured...
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Developing a core competency model for translational medicine curriculum

Yoon HB, Park DJ, Shin JS, Ahn C

PURPOSE: This study aimed to develop a core competency model for translational medicine curriculum in the Korean graduate education context. METHODS: We invited specialists and key stakeholders to develop a consensus...
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Validity and reliability assessment of a peer evaluation method in team-based learning classes

Yoon HB, Park WB, Myung SJ, Moon SH, Park JB

PURPOSE: Team-based learning (TBL) is increasingly employed in medical education because of its potential to promote active group learning. In TBL, learners are usually asked to assess the contributions of...
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Pilot Study Results of a Longitudinal Integrated Clerkship in a Single Institution

Yoon HB, Moon SH, Myung SJ, Park JB, Park WB

The longitudinal integrated clerkship is an innovative approach in medical education that emphasizes continuity as a key principle to provide student-centered experiences and learning. Seoul National University College of Medicine...
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The development of a community-based medical education program in Korea

Yoo JE, Hwang SE, Lee G, Kim SJ, Park SM, Lee JK, Lee SH, Yoon HB, Lee JE

PURPOSE: The introduction of community-based medical education would help improve the quality of primary care. This paper suggests learning objectives and an educational program for community-based medical education. METHODS: The educational...
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Premedical Curriculum in Seoul National University College of Medicine

Yoon HB, Lee SH, Hwang J

  • KMID: 2397971
  • Korean Med Educ Rev.
  • 2017 Oct;19(3):134-137.
The main points of issue with the former premedical curriculum of Seoul National University College of Medicine (SNUCM) were the absence of educational objectives, decline in student motivation caused by...
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Transnational collaboration for faculty development in health professions education in Mongolia

Yoon HB, Shin JS, Lee SH, Kim DH, Sung M, Amgalan N, Chinzorig

PURPOSE: The Mongolian National University of Medical Sciences is the only national university in Mongolia and has produced more than 90% of health professionals in the country. Experts from Mongolia...
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Evaluation of a continuing professional development training program for physicians and physician assistants in hospitals in Laos based on the Kirkpatrick model

Yoon HB, Shin JS, Bouphavanh K, Kang YM

PURPOSE: Medical professionals from Korea and Laos have been working together to develop a continuing professional development training program covering the major clinical fields of primary care. This study aimed...
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Research and development of evaluation criteria for premedical curriculum

Hwang J, Shin JS, Yoon HB, Kim DH, Yoo DM, Kim EJ, Lee SH

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to develop criteria to evaluate a premedical curriculum to ultimately improve the quality of premedical education. METHODS: The first draft of the evaluation criteria...
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The Effect of Formative Program Evaluation on Continuous Program Improvement: A Case Study of a Clinical Training Program in Lao PDR

Yoon HB, Shin JS, Lee SH, Kim DH, Hwang J, Kim EJ, Bouphavanh K

This study aimed to evaluate the effect of the formative program evaluation on the continuous improvement of a clinical training program for Lao health professionals. The training program was conducted...
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How different are premedical freshmen who enter after introducing a multiple mini-interview in a medical school?

Kim DH, Hwang J, Kim EJ, Yoon HB, Shin JS, Lee S

PURPOSE: Seoul National University College of Medicine (SNUMC) introduced a multiple mini-interview (MMI) to assess the noncognitive ability of applicants in 2013. This study aims to examine whether students differ...
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Evaluation of first year outcomes of Lee Jong-Wook Seoul Project using Kirkpatrick's four-level evaluation approach

Lee S, Shin JS, Kim DH, Kim EJ, Hwang J, Yoon HB

  • KMID: 2306453
  • Korean J Med Educ.
  • 2014 Mar;26(1):41-51.
PURPOSE: The Lee Jong-Wook Seoul Project, which began in 2011, is a training program that aims to educate faculty members of Lao University of Health Sciences in medical knowledge and...
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Evaluation of the Effectiveness of Pandemic Influenza A(H1N1) 2009 Vaccine Based on an Outbreak Investigation During the 2010–2011 Season in Korean Military Camps

Kim KH, Choi YG, Yoon HB, Lee JW, Kim HW, Chu C, Park YJ

Objectives In December 2010, there was an outbreak of acute febrile respiratory disease in many Korean military camps that were not geographically related. A laboratory analysis confirmed a number of these...
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A study on premedical curriculum reform of one medical school

Hwang J, Lee SH, Kim SJ, Shin JS, Yoon HB, Kim DH, Kim EJ

  • KMID: 1986158
  • Korean J Med Educ.
  • 2013 Dec;25(4):299-308.
PURPOSE: The aim of this study was to examine the background and improvement of the reformed premedical curriculum in Seoul National University and to analyze in which it corresponds with...
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Recurrent Thrombotic Events after Catastrophic Antiphopholipid Syndrome

Park HC, Yoon HB, Lee TW, Jung JY, Chin HJ, Kim YS, Kim S

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