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Korean J Med Educ > Volume 19(4); 2007 > Article
Korean Journal of Medical Education 2007;19(4): 279-286. doi: https://doi.org/10.3946/kjme.2007.19.4.279
‘의사와 리더십’ 교육과정 개발 및 평가
이상숙1, 서민호1, 김준식1, 김재룡1, 박우현1, 천경희1, 박영순2
1계명대학교 의과대학 의학교육학교실
2경북대학교 교육학과
Development and Evaluation of the 'Doctor and Leadership' Curriculum
Sangsook Lee1, Minho Seo1, Joonsik Kim1, Jaeryong Kim1, Woo-Hyun Park1, Kyunghee Chun1, Youngsoon Park2
1Department of Medical Education, Keimyung University School of Medicine, Korea.
2Graduate School of Education, Kyungpook National University, Daegu, Korea.
Corresponding Author: Sangsook Lee, Tel: 053)250-7483, Fax: 053)250-6567, Email: sangsook@dsmc.or.kr
ABSTRACT
PURPOSE: Recently, researchers at medical schools have shown increasing interest in developing a curriculum for medical humanities and improving 'humanity' in existing curriculums. This study introduces the process of developing the 'doctor & leadership' curriculum at K University from 2002. The results of the three-year implementation were analyzed. The effectivenessof the curriculum development is discussed. METHODS: The curriculum development followed the ADDIE model. A sixteen-week curriculum with three subjects was developed. The main methods of instruction were self-regulation learning and collaboration learning. The instruction method was a blended learning approach composed of both on-line and off-line instructions. Students were assessed through a portfolio assessment. 'Leadership self-assessment' and 'satisfaction index' of the overall curriculum were measured. RESULTS: The results on pre- and post- leadership self-assessment shows that leadership increased significantly after the learning process. Of the 4 sub-factors of the satisfaction index, the satisfaction indices on the blended learning, professor-student interaction, and instruction design had the greatest influence on the total satisfaction index (p<.001) CONCLUSION: Our outcome indicates that the 'doctor & leadership' curriculum is significantly effective. And generally, to increase the satisfaction index of courses, collaboration learning based on team projects and blended learning, as well as, professor-student interaction are helpful in encouraging the application of skills.
Keywords: Leadership;Pre-Medical Students;Curriculum Development;Blended Learning
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