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Necessity of developing a disability evaluation guideline

Lee HS

Background: Although doctors expend their best effort in treating their patients’ illnesses or injuries, the patients may retain some disabilities even after treatment. Accordingly, some conflicts occur between the patients’...
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Do American Consumers Perceive Corporate Social Responsibility Actions and Exhibit Loyalty Intentions Differently according to the Reputation of Fast Food Restaurants?

Lee K, Lee Y

Objectives: This study investigated the different perceptions of customers toward traditional and non-traditional fast-food restaurants regarding restaurant healthfulness, corporate reputation, and the impact of corporate reputation on loyalty intentions through...
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On pandemics and pivots: a COVID-19 reflection on envisioning the future of medical education

Han H, Clithero-Eridon A, Costa MJ, Dennis CA, Dorsey JK, Ghias K, Hopkins A, Jabeen K, Klamen D, Matos S, Mellinger JD, Peters H, Pitama S, Smith CL, Smith SF, Suh B, Suh S, Zdravković M

The required adjustments precipitated by the coronavirus disease 2019 crisis have been challenging, but also represent a critical opportunity for the evolution and potential disruptive and constructive change of medical...
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Implementation of ISO45001 Considering Strengthened Demands for OHSMS in South Korea: Based on Comparing Surveys Conducted in 2004 and 2018

Lee J, Jung J, Yoon SJ, Byeon SH

Background According to the previous studies, the work-related accident rate decreased in Korea after the introduction of occupational health and safety management system (OHSMS), but there were several disasters in Korea...
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Current Status and Performance Evaluation Systems of Faculty in Korean Medical Schools

Yang EB, Lee TS, Cho MJ

The aim of this study is to analyze the current status and performance evaluation systems of faculty in Korean medical colleges and professional graduate medical schools (called medical schools). We...
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Factors affecting the Perception of Social Responsibility of Nursing Students

Kim J, Lee T, Han N

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to identify the perception and factors affecting social responsibility in nursing students. METHODS: The participants for this study were 301 nursing students in three...
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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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Confounding factors in using upward feedback to assess the quality of medical training: a systematic review

Zhou AY, Baker P

PURPOSE: Upward feedback is becoming more widely used in medical training as a means of quality control. Multiple biases exist, thus the accuracy of upward feedback is debatable. This study...
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Physician Liability and Social Responsibility Related with Medical Certificates

Bae H

Medical certificate, post-mortem examination or certificate guarantee their authenticity of the content through the article 233 of the criminal act. The article 233 of the criminal act states that if...
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The Core Values that Support Health, Safety, and Well-being at Work

Zwetsloot , Scheppingen ARv, Bos EH, Dijkman A, Starren A

  • KMID: 2317102
  • Saf Health Work.
  • 2013 Dec;4(4):187-196.
BACKGROUND: Health, safety, and well-being (HSW) at work represent important values in themselves. It seems, however, that other values can contribute to HSW. This is to some extent reflected in...
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Active participation in health care policy

Ahn MO

Development of public health has had great impact on quality of human life since the Renaissance. Earlier, Rudolph Virchow indicated that medicine is social science, and politics are nothing else...
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