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Construction and Evaluation of the Student Practice Program in the Hospital under the 6-year College of Pharmacy Curriculum (6년제 약학대학에서의 필수실무실습 현황과 평가 - 병원약국실무실습 중심으로 -)

  • Chang, Min Jung;Noh, Hayeon;Lee, Jangik I.
    • Korean Journal of Clinical Pharmacy
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    • v.23 no.4
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    • pp.300-306
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    • 2013
  • Background: 6-year College of Pharmacy curriculum had started in Korea, and the students in college of pharmacy are supposed to have student practice in the hospital pharmacy, community pharmacy, pharmaceutical company and administration to experience the role of pharmacists in advance. However, despite Korean Association of Pharmacy Education provided its own teaching plan, most Pharmacy Schools and the hospital pharmacy have difficulty in performing the desirable student practice program because they seldom experienced it. So, we reported the student practice program in the hospital pharmacy conducted by Yonsei University College of Pharmacy prior to the other numerous universities and the evaluation of survey on the student pharmacy practice program. Method: Severance Hospital, Gangnam Severance Hospital and National Health Insurance Service Ilsan Hospital took part in the student pharmacy practice program of Yonsei University. Students took 8-week pharmacy practice in Severance Hospital or Gangnam Severance Hospital plus 4-week pharmacy practice in National Health Insurance Service Ilsan Hospital. Also, students had once-a-week presentation class at school. A survey was conducted to evaluate the student practice program. Results: The presentation class was considerably helpful to share their own experiences at different practice sites in different hospitals, but there were some disadvantages that students could not experience the specific pharmacy practice site on the day of once-a-week presentation at school and so on. The results of the survey on the student practice program reported that students were satisfied with the overall practice program and presentation class at school. Also, they answered that the student practice program in the hospital pharmacy was significantly helpful for planning of the future career. Conclusion: Through the performance of the student practice program in Yonsei University, the adjustment of the student practice program in the hospital is planned to provide better experience of practice to the students and the results will be helpful for the student practice in the hospital of the other colleges of pharmacy.

The Effects of Self-Respect, Academic Self-Efficacy, and Career Maturity on Student Adaptation to College and Learning Persistence (대학생의 자기존중감, 학업적 자기효능감, 진로성숙도가 대학생활적응과 학업지속의향에 미치는 영향)

  • Chung, Ae Kyung;Kim, Ji Sim;Kim, Jeong Hwa
    • Journal of Engineering Education Research
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    • v.16 no.6
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    • pp.11-18
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    • 2013
  • The purpose of this study is to verify the effects of self-respect, academic self-efficacy, and career maturity on student adaptation to college and learning persistence. For this study, a web survey was conducted on the students who were in college of engineering at D college in Seoul. A total of 702 samples were analyzed for this research. The major findings of this study are as follows. First, all variables (self-respect, academic self-efficacy, career maturity) had positive effects on student adaptation to college significantly. Secondly, self-respect and academic self-efficacy had positive effects on learning persistence except career maturity. Thridly, the mediation analyses revealed that the relations between learning persistence and self-respect, academic self-efficacy, and career maturity were partially mediated by student adaptation to college. Finally, student adaptation to college had also positive effects on learning persistence. The results indicate a need to enhance student adaptation to college and design programs that support learning persistence for university students.

Career Attitude Maturity, Calling, and Work as Meaning Affecting Student Adjustment to College among Health College Students (보건계열 대학생의 진로태도성숙도, 소명의식, 일의 의미가 대학생활적응에 미치는 영향)

  • Yoo, Jae Yong;Park, Ju Young;Woo, Chung Hee
    • Journal of Korean Academy of Nursing Administration
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    • v.21 no.5
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    • pp.480-488
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    • 2015
  • Purpose: The aim of this study was to identify factors affecting student adjustment to college among students in health colleges (Nursing, Clinical Pathology, Radiology, Dental Hygienics, Medicine). Methods: The participants in this study were 261 students in Daejeon city. Data were collected from October 5 to October 14, 2014. A structured questionnaire was used for data collection and data was analyzed using the SPSS/WIN program. Results: Career attitude maturity, calling and work as meaning positively correlated with student adjustment to college. The significant predictors of student adjustment to college were career attitude maturity, calling, always working part-time, major in medicine and average grade for the last semester. Conclusion: These findings suggest that adjustment to college for students in health colleges is linked to career attitude maturity, and calling. College organization should develop a curriculum fostering a calling which will promote student adjustment to college and graduate health care professionals with desirable attitudes.

An Analysis on the Sports Ethics Awareness of University Student Athletes (대학 학생선수의 스포츠윤리 인식 분석)

  • Choi, You-Lee;Lee, Yong-Kuk
    • Journal of Digital Convergence
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    • v.17 no.11
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    • pp.569-576
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    • 2019
  • The purpose of this study was to analyze the sports ethics awareness of college student athletes. To this end, data was collected from 312 college student athletes. The collected data were analyzed by descriptive statistic and chi-square analysis by the experience of college student athlete's intentional defeat, recognition of intentional defeat, cause of match-fixing, and necessity of sports ethics education. The conclusions are as follows. First, 7.1% of the college students had experienced losing intentionally. Second, 16.3% of the college student athletes did not perceive intentional losses irrelevant to gambling as match-fixing. Third, the college student athletes perceived that the causes of match-fixing included illegal pursuit of profits, environmental factors, human relationships, lack of education, etc. Fourth, 8.1% of the college student athletes viewed that sports ethics education is necessary. This study can be used as a basic data of sports ethics education for student athletes and it is expected to grow as a student player who can maintain moral character.

Survey Research about Student Support Programs In Korean Medicine College (한의과대학 학생지원프로그램에 대한 한의대생 인식도 연구 - 1개 한의과대학을 중심으로 -)

  • So, Ui-Ji;Mok, Tae-Young;Park, Bu-Chang;Bae, Ji-Yong;Lee, Ji-Young;Lee, Hyun-Ho;Chae, Ji-Won;Hwang, Sung-Ho;Park, Sun Young;Jo, Hak Jun;Lee, Ju Ah;Park, Jeong-Su;Kim, Young-Ji;Sung, Hyun-Kyung;Kong, Kyung-Hwan;Go, Ho-Yeon
    • Journal of Society of Preventive Korean Medicine
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    • v.20 no.3
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    • pp.9-20
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    • 2016
  • Background and objectives : Student support programs in Korean Medicine (KM) college have been not much activated as compared to other colleges. So, this research is aim to offer a baseline data to plan and run any kind of student support programs by understanding Korean Medicine students' preference and satisfaction. Methods : The survey was taken for 4 weeks from 2nd may 2016 to 27th may 2016, asking 162 out of a total of 255 students from $1^{st}$ grade to $6^{th}$ grade (pre-med to med). 3 Korean medicine doctors and 8 general students in Korean medicine college made the questionnaire by reviewing and modifying used questionnaire for student support programs. It consists of 13 questions (3 questions of demographic characteristics, 10 questions of overall awareness about student support programs). Results : 'Advanced clinical training course' was the most preferred with 23.4% among 13 different student support programs when multiple voting was allowed. 'Chinese Medicine college tour' got 21.6%, and 'Major training in Chinese Medicine college (for 17 days)' followed next with 19.4%. Expected satisfaction score to student support programs was 7.30 on average out of 10. Conclusions : Expected satisfaction to student support program was likely to be high. This research can be utilized as a significant assessment and analysis when developing new student support program for Korean Medicine college students.

Student Nurses's Attitude Toward Computerization (일 간호대학생들의 정보화에 대한 태도)

  • Park, Yeon-Hwan;Kim, Myung-Hee;Ha, Hye-Jung;Kim, Soon-Ae;Kim, Kyung-Hee
    • The Journal of Korean Academic Society of Nursing Education
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    • v.10 no.2
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    • pp.220-228
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    • 2004
  • The purpose of this study was to identify the student nurses's attitude toward computerization and the factors related to their attitude. The subjects were 636 student nurses studying at one nursing college in Seoul, Korea. Questionnaires were used developed by Hwang & Park(2001) based on the Stronge & Brodt' s study(1985). Cronbach's alpha of the instrument in this study was. 81. The data were collected from September through November in 2003. Major results of this study were as follows. 97% Student nurses have personal computer, the mean hours of using computer were 2.51 and the mean hours of connecting internet were 2.19. The Attitude toward computerization were positive, the mean score was 3.43. Those who were higher grade, and thought that computer would be needed in nursing education, and perceived benefits of computerization, had more favorable attitude toward computerization. The result showed that positive attitude of student nurses would be needed in effective computerization of the health care system, therefore nursing education system and curriculum will be changed on student nurses's need.

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Bridging the Gap between Grammar and Conversation in Korean College English Conversation Classes

  • Lee, Eun-Ah
    • English Language & Literature Teaching
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    • no.5
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    • pp.27-48
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    • 1999
  • College students frequently feel their grammar knowledge from primary and middle school is not useful when they are asked to speak in college conversation classes. Because of their frustration at their lack of communicational ability as well as inappropriate teaching methods and class textbooks that have little to do with the student's major course of study, the student often has a low motivation to study. It is not uncommon for students to seek English education outside of their college classrooms by going to language institutes or studying abroad. College teachers need to find a way to use the student's background in grammar from primary and secondary schools. Despite the student's sentiment about his/her grammar education, grammar is an essential key to successful English conversation. Some ways that teachers can close the gap between primary and secondary school grammar education and college conversation classes are: to use a theme-based methodology, cue cards, and modeling. Activities such as Grammar Clinic, Grammar Police, and Show and Tell can be effective ways to bridge this gap. Teachers can use these activities and methods to correct such student errors as: incorrect word order, missing or unnecessary be verbs, confusion between be and do verbs, subject-verb agreement. and incorrect tense.

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A Comparative Study on the Effectiveness of Directional Supplementation and Twirling Supplementation on Thermographic Change (영수보법(迎隨補法)과 염전보법(捻轉補法)이 체열변화(體熱變化)에 미치는 상대적 효과 비교)

  • Lee, Bong-Hyo;Kim, Jae-Soon;Park, Jae-Hyeon;Park, Jong-Hyeok;Yun, Yong-Sik;Lee, Kyung-Seok;Lee, Eun-Jung;Park, Ji-Ha;Lee, Kyung-Min
    • Korean Journal of Oriental Medicine
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    • v.16 no.2
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    • pp.193-198
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    • 2010
  • Objectives : The directional supplementation and draining and twirling supplementation and draining have been used widely in oriental medical clinic. The aim of this study is to compare the effects between directional supplementation and draining method and twirling supplementation and draining. Methods : Clinical experiment was performed with 21 students of oriental medical college of Daegu Haany university. Acupuncture was applied at left Hapgok (LI4) with directional supplementation and twirling supplementation respectively, and the thermographic change was checked using DITI (Digital Infrared Thermographic Image). Results and Conclusion : A significant thermographic change was observed at bilateral Igan (LI2), Yanggye (LI5), Gokji (LI11), and Yeonghyang (LI20) in directional supplementation. A significant thermographic change was observed at bilateral Igan (LI2), Yanggye (LI5), and Yeonghyang (LI20) in twirling supplementation. Based on the thermographic change, it could be demonstrated that directional supplementation is more effective that twirling supplementation.

Student selection factors of admission and academic performance in one medical school (단일 의과대학에서 학생 선발 전형 요소와 학업성취도의 관계)

  • Lee, Keunmi;Hwang, Taeyoon;Park, So-young;Choi, Hyoungchul;Seo, Wanseok;Song, Philhyun
    • Yeungnam University Journal of Medicine
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    • v.34 no.1
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    • pp.62-68
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    • 2017
  • Background: This study was conducted to examine the academic achievements of first year medical students in one medical school based on their characteristics and student selection factors of admission. Methods: The admission scores of student selection factors (Medical Education Eligibility Test [MEET], grade point average [GPA], English test score and interview) and demographic information were obtained from 61 students who had interviewed (multiple mini interview [MMI]) for admission (38 graduate medical school students in 2014, 23 medical college-transfer students in 2015). T-tests and ANOVA were used to examine the differences in academic achievement according to the student characteristics. Correlations between admission criteria scores and academic achievements were examined. Results: MEET score was higher among graduate medical students than medical college transfer students among student selection factors for admission. There were no significant differences in academic achievement of first grade medical school between age, gender, region of high school, years after graduation and school system. The lowest interview score group showed significantly lower achievement in problem-based learning (PBL) (p=0.034). Undergraduate GPA score was positively correlated with first grade total score (r=0.446, p=0.001) among admission scores of student selection factors. Conclusion: Students with higher GPA scores tend to do better academically in their first year of medical school. In case of interview, academic achievement did not lead to differences except for PBL.

Evaluation of the Pharmacy Student Practice Programs in the Mono Community Pharmacy and Multiple Community Pharmacies (단일약국과 다약국 프로그램에서 수행한 지역약국 필수실무실습에 대한 평가)

  • Lee, Min Cheol;Cho, Min Hwi;Jung, Young Joon;Lee, Ji Young;Yoon, Hyonok
    • Korean Journal of Clinical Pharmacy
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    • v.24 no.4
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    • pp.296-303
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    • 2014
  • Background: The first pharmacy student practice undergoing 6 year pharmacy school curriculum have begun in the hospital pharmacy, community pharmacy, pharmaceutical company and administrative office since 2013. Although most of practice sites have prepared the program of pharmacy student practice education for several years under guideline of Korean Association of Pharmacy Education, generally community pharmacies which start the pharmacy student practice education have difficulty in performing the desirable student practice program due to absent experience for it. So we reported the comparison of student practice programs between mono pharmacy and multiple pharmacies conducted by Gyeongsang National University College of Pharmacy to provide the future design information of the ideal pharmacy student practice in community pharmacy. Method: Students who practiced both multiple (multi) and mono pharmacy (mono) programs for each 5 weeks were participated the survey to evaluate the student practice programs. Results: The results of the survey on the student practice program reported that students were much more satisfied with the multiple pharmacies program than mono pharmacy program in both practical contents ($4.12{\pm}0.72$ : $3.27{\pm}1.28$; multi : mono) and satisfaction ($4.54{\pm}0.54$ : $3.54{\pm}1.3$; multi : mono) and they all gave the highest points ($5.00{\pm}0.00$) to multiple pharmacies program for recommendation because the multiple pharmacies program was significantly helpful for their experience to plan the future career. Conclusion: Mono and multiple pharmacy practice programs would be a great helpful for student's future career. However, the disadvantages of each program should be amended gradually for the unified and specialized program to be established the ideal community pharmacy student practice in Korea. The results will be affected the pharmacy practice program for students in community pharmacy and the other colleges of pharmacy to design the ideal community pharmacy practice program.