Teaching Medical Humanities through an Illness Narrative
Im-Kyung Hwang
Korean J Med Educ. 2013;25(2):81-88.   Published online 2013 Jun 30     DOI: https://doi.org/10.3946/kjme.2013.25.2.81
Citations to this article as recorded by Crossref logo
The Development of Evaluation Methods for Outcomes in Medical Humanities Curriculum of a Medical School
Hye-Jin Park, Sun-Young Kwon, Dong-Yoon Keum, Dae-Hyun Kim, Dong-Eun Kim, Jae-Bum Kim, Jin-Hee Kim, Won-Ki Baek, Jung-Sook Ha, Il-Seon Hwang, Jung-Jeung Lee, Ae-Hwa Lee, Seon-Kyoung Kim, Ha-Young Jung, Won-Kyun Park
Keimyung Medical Journal.2021; 40(2): 77.     CrossRef
Effect of a Patient Illness Narrative on Knowledge about Schizophrenia, Attitudes toward Mental Illness, and Learning Satisfaction
Youngmi Ahn, Young Mi Ryu
Journal of Korean Academy of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing.2018; 27(2): 189.     CrossRef
Analysis of the perceptions of medical students applying contextual relevance to literature
Kun Hwang, Ae Yang Kim, Hun Kim
The Asia Pacific Scholar.2018; 3(2): 47.     CrossRef
What is like to be a devoted doctor? An analysis of bookreports on The Painted Veil
Kun Hwang, Hun Kim, Ae Yang Kim, Se Won Hwang, Se Ho Hwang
Korean Journal of Medical Education.2016; 28(1): 103.     CrossRef
How to Increase the Clinical Performance of Medical Students
Sun Huh
Korean Journal of Medical Education.2013; 25(2): 73.     CrossRef