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Korean J Med Educ > Volume 4(2); 1992 > Article
Korean Journal of Medical Education 1992;4(2): 39-54. doi: https://doi.org/10.3946/kjme.1992.4.2.39
Development and Evaluation of an Exercise Course of Health Policy and Management
YoungSoo Shin, Yong Ik Kim, Young Seong Lee
Department of Health Policy and Management, Seoul National University College of Medicine, Seoul, Korea.
Importance of health policy and management in medical education is gradually accepted. Successful model of the curricula of health policy and management education in Korean is, however, yet be to deve loped. This paper describes the curriculum development process and its evaluation of an exercise course on the field of health policy and management. The curriculum is focused on those issues that are important to medical education such as small group dynamics, problem-based active learning, communication skills, attitudes, team work and leadership skills, and scientific way thinking. The student are expected to develop the ability and attitute through this course such as the appreciation of the concepts and the major tasks of health care, and the appreciation of the importance of establishing a collaborative interpersonal relationship with the medical personnels. Formats for the exercise are 1) analysis of data on the health services through the structured questions, 2) role play, 3) project and presentation, and 4) panel discussion. 70.5% of students appraised these formats of clerkships are necessary in medical education process. Students' achievement of each objectives are variable, but affirmative in general. Although some unsatisfactory aspects are exist, the clerkships are helpful and satisfactory in general. It provided with the opportunity for problem solving by themselve to the students, encouraged the team-spirit and motivation, and stimulate critical way of thinking.
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