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Conflicts of Interest in Research and Clinical Practice

Shin JH

Recently, doctors and researchers are establishing relationships with interested parties from companies, research institutes, health care institutions, and academic journals, instead of conducting independent medical care or research work. They...
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Open Communication About Reproductive Health Is Associated With Comprehensive HIV Knowledge and a Non-stigmatising Attitude Among Indonesian Youth: A Cross-sectional Study

Wirawan GBS, Gustina NLZ, Januraga PP

Objectives: Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) prevention among youth seems under-prioritised compared to other key populations. HIV knowledge and stigma are important parts of HIV prevention. To inform HIV prevention among...
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Development of an Information Value Chain for Systemic Lupus Erythematosus

Ko JW, Russell M, Lenert A, Kim S

Purpose: Information value is created by providing care for specific medical conditions. To assess the appropriate content and time of delivery, a research framework to examine information values at different...
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The Current Status and Needs Analysis of Interprofessional Education in Korean Medical Colleges

Park KH, Yu JH, Yoon BY, Lee DH, Lee SH, Choi Jj, Park KH

The purpose of this study was to investigate the current status of interprofessional education (IPE) and the efforts required to promote, popularize, and implement it in Korea. The IPE status...
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A Preliminary Study to Improve Death Education for the Public and Medical Students after the Enforcement of the Life-Sustaining Treatment Decision Act

Kim CJ, Ahn K

Considering the recent medicalization of death, the importance of preparing both laypersons and medical students to have meaningful end-of-life conversations, which is among the objectives of death education, will grow....
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A Preliminary Study for the Curriculum Development of Community Care Coordinators: Educational Needs Analysis

Park HN, Yoon JY, Jang SN, Nam HJ

Purpose A care coordinator is an emerging nursing professional role in South Korea. The purpose of this study was to identify educational needs and priorities for care coordinators among nurses. Methods An online...
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The Development and Effect of a Storytelling Based Diabetes Education Material: Focus on Rural Elderly with Diabetes

Lee SS, Lee DS

Background: Health literacy is the degree to which individuals have the capacity to obtain, process, and understand basic health information. It should be considered to make appropriate health education. The...
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Nutrient-Based Appetite Regulation

Moris JM, Heinold C, Blades A, Koh Y

Regulation of appetite is dependent on crosstalk between the gut and the brain, which is a pathway described as the gut-brain axis (GBA). Three primary appetite-regulating hormones that are secreted...
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Current status of interprofessional education learning activities in wards provided by tertiary hospitals and secondary general hospitals and barriers

Kang J, Sin HY

Background: The World Health Organization (WHO) has focused on the need for interprofessional education (IPE) to improve interprofessional collaboration competency and patient health outcomes. Accordingly, most European and North American...
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How to write an original article in medicine and medical science

Kang G, Kim SE

Excellent research in the fields of medicine and medical science can advance the field and contribute to human health improvement. In this aspect, research is important. However, if researchers do...
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Effects of nutrition and hygiene education program on healthy eating habits and behavior of the elderly in Chungbuk

Yeon Jo, Song Bc, Yeum KJ, Kim Ms, Lee My

Purpose: This study was conducted to effectively apply the nutrition and hygiene education program for improving the nutritional status of the elderly aged 65 years and above. Methods: The first study...
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Supporting Resilience and the Management of Grief and Loss among Nurses: Qualitative Themes from a Continuing Education Program

Esplen MJ, Wong J, Vachon MLS

Caring for patients with cancer is highly stimulating and rewarding, attracting health professionals to the field who enjoy the challenge of managing a complex illness. Health professionals often form close...
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The development and clinical efficacy of simulation training of open duct-to-mucosa pancreaticojejunostomy using pancreas and intestine silicone models

Kang JS, Sohn HJ, Choi YJ, Byun Y, Lee JM, Lee M, Kang YH, Kim HS, Han Y, Kim H, Kwon W, Jang JY

Purpose: As pancreaticojejunostomy (PJ) is a challenging anastomosis, an education program is needed to train young surgeons to perform PJ. This study evaluated the effects of simulation-based training of open...
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Impact of medical school responses during the COVID-19 pandemic on student satisfaction: a nationwide survey of US medical students

Kim Jr. IE, Kim DD, Kim JE, Rebello E, Chung D, Woolley P, Lee D, Borden BA, Wang A, Villalta D, Sutherland A, De Armas S, Liu M, Kim H, Ahn GS, Geisler R, Yang A, Joung B, Slate-Romano J, Rajski M, Kim AE, Vrees R, Monteiro K

Purpose: Medical schools have faced various challenges in preparing their clinical students for the frontlines of a pandemic. This study investigated medical students’ satisfaction with their institutions during the coronavirus...
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Medical students’ self-directed learning skills during online learning amid the COVID-19 pandemic in a Korean medical school

Si J

Purpose: This study examined medical students’ self-directed learning skills in online learning contexts, and whether there were any differences among the student groups (from pre-medical program year 1 to medical...
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Piloting a constructive feedback model for problem-based learning in medical education

Pangastuti D, Widiasih N, Soemantri D

Purpose: Constructive feedback is key to successful teaching and learning. The unique characteristics of problem-based learning (PBL) tutorials require a unique feedback intervention. Based on the review of existing literature,...
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Critical e-learning quality factors affecting student satisfaction in a Korean medical school

Si J

Purpose: This research investigated the critical factors that affect the e-learning quality. The student satisfaction model with the five factors such as content, system, learner, instructor and interaction was proposed...
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YouTube as a source of patient education information for elbow ulnar collateral ligament injuries: a quality control content analysis

Yu JS, Manzi JE, Apostolakos JM, Carr II JB, Dines JS

Background: While online orthopedic resources are becoming an increasingly popular avenue for patient education, videos on YouTube are not subject to peer review. The purpose of this cross-sectional study was...
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Association of Disaster Perception, Disaster Attitudes, and Communication Skills with Disaster Nursing Competence among Nurse Officers at Armed Forces Hospitals

Nam J, Park H

Purpose: This study aimed to examine the effects of disaster perception, disaster attitude, and communication skills on disaster nursing competence among nurse officers at armed forces hospitals. Methods: In this...
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The development and evaluation of a pediatric nurse education program to improve nursing competency for newly graduated nurses in a children’s hospital

Shin Hk, Kim Hy, Kim HJ, Kim Mk, Shin Hj, Lee Hy, Han Jh, Lee Hj

Purpose: The purpose of this study is to identify the effects of a standardized educational program to improve nursing competency on newly graduated nurses in a children's hospital after developing...
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