Yoon-Seong Lee

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BACKGROUND Clinical reasoning ability is an important factor in a physician's competence and thus should be taught and tested in medical schools. Medical schools generally use objective structured clinical examinations (OSCE) to measure the clinical competency of medical students. However, it is unknown whether OSCE can also evaluate clinical reasoning(More)
Systematic and effective welfare for the disabled is possible when there are scientific and objective criteria demonstrating either presence or severity of the impairment. We need our own scientific criteria suitable for our culture and society, since the impairment is influenced by them. In 2007, we established the Developing Committee of Korean Academy of(More)
This study evaluated the methodological quality of CPGs using the Korean AGREE II scoring guide and a web-based appraisal system and was conducted by qualified appraisers. A total of 27 Korean CPGs were assessed under 6 domains and 23 items on the AGREE II instrument using the Korean scoring guide. The domain scores of the 27 guidelines were as following:(More)
Objective structured clinical examinations (OSCEs) will be introduced in the Medical Licensing Examination in Korea next year. To evaluate the competency of new medical graduates, a written examination is not sufficient to test the clinical skills and attitudes of medical school graduates. The Korean Society of Medical Education and National Health(More)
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