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作者:Wang Xin , Ho Ming-Jung
来源:[J].Journal of interprofessional care, 2019, pp.1-10
摘要:Health professions students will invariably confront professionalism dilemmas. These early encounters significantly influence future professional attitudes and behaviours. Heretofore, studies concerning professionalism dilemmas experienced by health professions students across di...
作者:Tsou PaiHsuan , Shih Julie , Ho Ming-Jung
来源:[J].Journal of interprofessional care, 2015, Vol.29 (6), pp.628-33
摘要:The need for effective interprofessional collaboration to ensure safe patient care is crucial. However, health professions are guided by separate professional codes of conduct. To examine whether professional codes are consistent across professions, this review examines 13 key he...
作者:Ho Ming-Jung
来源:[J].Social science & medicine (1982)(IF 2.733), 2004, Vol.59 (4), pp.753-62
摘要:The resurgence of tuberculosis in recent years has obliged us to reconsider the existing explanations of the disease. Whereas biomedical literature tends to explain tuberculosis in terms of biological factors (e.g., bacterial infection), social scientists have examined various cu...
作者:Ho Ming-Jung , Yao Grace ...
来源:[J].Medical teacher, 2008, Vol.30 (7), pp.719-21
摘要:BACKGROUND(#br)No evidence addresses the effectiveness of patient-centered cultural competence training in non-Western settings.(#br)AIMS(#br)To examine whether a patient-centered cultural competency curriculum improves medical students' skills in eliciting the patients' perspect...
作者:Ho Ming-Jung , Holmboe Eric ...
来源:[J].Medical teacher, 2011, Vol.33 (5), pp.354-63
摘要:Over the past 25 years, professionalism has emerged as a substantive and sustained theme, the operationalization and measurement of which has become a major concern for those involved in medical education. However, how to go about establishing the elements that constitute appropr...
作者:Ho Ming-Jung , Hirsh David
来源:[J].Medical teacher, 2012, Vol.34 (8), pp.614-7
摘要:BACKGROUND(#br)In the age of globalization, non-Western medical educators seem too eager to conform to Western educational approaches and may, thereby, undermine the pursuit of local curricular needs.(#br)AIMS(#br)To develop a medical professionalism curriculum that explicitly co...
作者:... Liang You-Sin , Li Jia-Ning , Ho Ming-Jung
来源:[J].Medical teacher, 2013, Vol.35 (10), pp.e1531-6
摘要:BACKGROUND(#br)Medical professionalism is valued globally. However, Western frameworks of medical professionalism may not resonate with the cultural values of non-Western countries.(#br)AIMS(#br)This study aims to formulate a professionalism framework for healthcare providers at ...
作者:Ho Ming-Jung , Abbas Joan ...
来源:[J].Academic medicine : journal of the Association of American Medical Colleges, 2017, Vol.92 (12), pp.1715-1722
摘要:PURPOSE(#br)In an age of globalized medical education, medical school accreditation has been hailed as an approach to external quality assurance. However, accreditation standards can vary widely across national contexts. To achieve recognition by the World Federation for Medical ...
作者:Ho Ming-Jung , Rees Charlotte E
来源:[J].Advances in health sciences education : theory and practice, 2019
摘要:Medicine is a gendered discipline, in which women, both as patients and practitioners, have often held subordinate positions. The reproduction of dominant gender biases in the medical setting can negatively impact the professional development of medical students and the wellbeing...
作者:... Gosselin Katherine , Rees Charlotte E , Ho Ming-Jung
来源:[J].Medical education, 2017, Vol.51 (7), pp.718-731
摘要:CONTEXT(#br)The definition of medical professionalism poses a challenge to global medical educators. This is especially pronounced in settings where professionalism frameworks developed in the west are transferred into different cultures. Building upon our previous study across W...

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