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서울의대의 통합교육 시행 경험 (A study on the integrated medical teaching courses administration at Seoul National University college of medicine for the past thirty years)

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Title 서울의대의 통합교육 시행 경험 (A study on the integrated medical teaching courses administration at Seoul National University college of medicine for the past thirty years)
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Material Type Articles
Author(English)

Shin, Jwa Seop; Lee, Yoon Sung

Author(Korean)

신좌섭; 이윤성

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[Seoul, Korea]:한국의학교육학회

Date 2000
Journal Title; Vol./Issue 한국의학교육:vol. 12(no. 2)
Pages 17
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language Korean
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Subject Social Development < Health
Social Development < Education
Holding 한국의학교육학회

Abstract

It was about thirty years ago that integrated teaching courses were first introduced to the undergraduate medical educational curriculum in Korea. Seoul National University College of Medicine, who had totally discipline-based curriculum up to 1971, implemented the new curricular component which was benchmarked from the experiment of Case Western University (USA) in 1950s, and accommodated it to her educational environment fairly delicately at least for the first ten years, and her pioneering experiment played a role-model to many medical colleges in Korea. However, the integrated courses (1/4 of basic medical science learning period) became stereotyped in curricular management, distended in contents, became more and more lecture-dependent, despite basic principles advocated at the implementation stage which emphasized diversification in learning methods, and at last fell to a faulty component in curriculum. (The rest omitted)