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미래 의학교육을 위한 다섯 가지 제언 (Five suggestions for future medical education in Korea)

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Title 미래 의학교육을 위한 다섯 가지 제언 (Five suggestions for future medical education in Korea)
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Material Type Articles
Author(English)

Yang, Eunbae B.; Meng, Kwang Ho

Author(Korean)

양은배; 맹광호

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[Seoul, Korea]:한국의학교육학회

Date 2014-07
Journal Title; Vol./Issue 한국의학교육:vol. 26(no. 3)
Pages 12
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language Korean
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Subject Social Development < Health
Social Development < Education
Holding 한국의학교육학회

Abstract

This study is to investigate the historical characteristics of medical education and healthcare environment in Korea and to suggest the desirable direction for future medical education. We draw a consensus through the literature analysis and several debates from the eight experts of medical education. There are several historical characteristics of medical education: medical education as vocational education and training, as a higher education, rapid growth of new medical schools, change to the medical education system, curriculum development, reinforcement of medical humanities, improvement of teaching and evaluation methods, validation of the national health personnel licensing examination, accreditation system for quality assurance, and establishment of specialized medical education division. The changes of health care environment in medical education are development of medical technologies, changes in the structures of the population and diseases, growth of information and communication technology, consumer-centered society, and increased intervention by the third party stakeholder. (The rest omitted)