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Associations between job stress, social support, and nursing professionalism among nurses in postgraduate courses

Kim Te, Ahn JA

Purpose: This study aimed to identify the associations between job stress, social support, and nursing professionalism among nurses taking postgraduate courses, and to explore the factors influencing their nursing professionalism....
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The Contest between Life-Oriented and Specialization : A Study on the Self-treatment Phenomenon in Ming and Qing Dynasties in China

DONG X

It is natural for people to think that the increasing popularity of seeking medical treatment and the continuous development of medicine are the important embodiment of the progress of human...
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Medical professionalism among emergency physicians in South Korea: a survey of perceptions and experiences of unprofessional behavior

Nah S, Han S, Park K, Kim C, Noh H, Eo E

Objective The purpose of this study was to analyze the current situation concerning professionalism among emergency physicians in South Korea by conducting a survey regarding their perceptions and experiences of...
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The association of faculty-student interaction, psychological well-being, and the image of nurses of nursing students on nursing professionalism in the COVID-19 pandemic

Park J, Kang D, Kang J, Gwak N, Kim C, Lee MK

Purpose: The purpose of this study was to investigate the association of faculty-student interaction, psychological well-being, and the image of nurses with nursing professionalism in the COVID-19 pandemic situation. Methods: The...
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The effects of calling, nurse’s image, satisfaction in major and self-efficacy on nursing professionalism of nursing students

Lee KE, Seo IS

Purpose: The purpose of this study is to identify the relationship among calling, nurse’s image, satisfaction in major, self-efficacy and nursing professionalism and to identify the predictors of nursing professionalism...
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History  in  Lives:  A  Way  of  Cultivating  Medical  Professionalism  through  Medical  History  Education

Park S, Kim PM

How can the history of medicine be used to cultivate medical professionalism? This study presents education using the lives of historical figures as a method based on the teaching experience...
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Analysis  of  Role  Modeling  Experiences  and  Reflection  Level  of  Fourth‐Year Medical  Students  at  a  Single  Medical  College:  A  Focus  on  the  Clinical Clerkship

Lee ST, Park KH, Park YC, Yeh Bi

This study aimed to analyze the subjects, situations, and reflection levels related to role modeling experienced by medical students during their clinical clerkship and their own reflections. This study intends...
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The Value of Hospital Medicine

Shin DH

In healthcare, value is defined as the measured improvement in a person's health outcomes for the cost of achieving that improvement. In the era of value in healthcare, hospital medicine...
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Korean physicians’ perception of professionalism and its effect on their job satisfaction

Lee JC, Kim KH

Background: The purpose of this study was to identify of the degrees of professionalism of Korean physicians and to investigate its effect on their job satisfaction. Method: A total of 4,209...
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Factors Influencing Nurses’ Performance of Care in COVID-19 Wards

Kim YS, Kim MA

Purpose: The purpose of this study was to identify factors influencing nurses’ performance of care in COVID-19 wards. Methods: The participants were 132 nurses who worked in COVID-19 wards at...
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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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Influence of Nursing Professional Value and Political Participation of Nurses on Patient Advocacy

Kim M, Lee H

Purpose: This study aimed to identify the level of patient advocacy and to determine the influence of nursing professional value and political participation of nurses on patient advocacy theory. Methods:...
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The present and future of the Korean Medical Practice Review Authority

Kim SJ, Cho YW, Park JY

Background: The Korean Medical Association (KMA) has been working on medical appraisals for the last 30 years. In 2019, the Korean Medical Practice Review Authority (KMPRA) was established to systematically...
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Factors associated with Nurse’s Character of Nursing Students

Jung SY, Park JH, Park JY

Background : This study was to investigate the factors associated with nurse’s character of nursing students. Methods : The subjects in this study were 211 nursing students of 3 university, in...
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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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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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Chronic Diseases and Medical Professionalism

Ahn D

Attention to medical professionalism has recently increased in S. Korea. The concept of the word ‘professionalism’ can be difficult to translate into Korean. Professionalism for individual doctors is not difficult...
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Definition of character for medical education based on expert opinions in Korea

Hur Y

Purpose: This follow-up study focused on 3 overarching questions: what keywords can be extracted from experts’ definitions of character?; what is the operational definition of character for medical students?; and...
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Teaching professionalism using the case of impairment for emergency medicine residents

Park KH, Kwon OY, Kang Y, Kim C, Noh H, Eo EK

  • KMID: 2511374
  • J Korean Soc Emerg Med.
  • 2020 Dec;31(6):603-614.
Objective: This study was evaluated the behavior intention of emergency medicine residents before and after education using a vignette case about professionalism, particularly in physician impairment. The residents’ reaction to...
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Global trends in continuing medical education and continuing development: A proposal for implementation in Korea

Kim SH, Park JY

This study is to introduce an effective and systematic accreditation and evaluation system of continuing medical education (CME) and continuing professional development (CPD) in Korea, suitable for the future development,...
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