WPRIM Management System> DCMS> Medical Education> 1991> 22

Volume: 22

1. QOL education for medical students and general evaluation at graduation. Page:15—19
2. Foreign students in medical schools and internationalization of Japanese medical education. Page:20—24
3. Ratio of successful to total applicants of private medical schools for the national examination for the license to practice medicine. Page:25—31
4. Effects of social welfare practice on beginning medical students. Page:3—8
5. Trials of primary health care-oriented industrial health education for medical students. Page:32—36
6. Investigation of the effect of the rotation curriculum in the early postgraduate period on subsequent clinical work. Page:41—46
7. Introduction to patient care: An educational strategy for medical students to acquire good interpersonal relationships with physicians, nurses, and patients. Page:47—51
8. Results of an opinion survey given to instructors collaborating in field practices (1988-1989). Page:9—14
9. A training course in medical interviewing in a microcounseling training program for medical undergraduates. Page:104—109
10. Speculations about the attitude of medical studints toward their curriculum through a computer quez. Page:110—114
11. Twenty years of otsu medical stucents association since 1969. Page:115—120
12. Comparison of attitude to welfare and health between junior and senior medical students. Page:67—70
13. The educational practice and the evaluation of health care for the elderly in a commnuity where the aged population has been increasing. Page:71—76
14. An entrance examination: Research on the validity of college-specific achievement test. Page:81—85
15. Evaluation of the introduction of seminar lectures into the human ecology course. Analysis of repeated opinion surveys on seminar lectures (1986-1988). Page:87—92
16. Evaluation of high school records, entrance examinations and medical school records on the basis of the national examination for physicians' license. Page:93—98
17. Reformation of physical diagnosis training. Page:99—103
18. Postgraduate Clinical Experience and the Diagnostic Usefulness of History-taking, Physical Examination and Stat Laboratory Testing. Page:139—145
19. Application of a Cardiology Patient Simulator, "George". Page:146—150
20. A Study Concerning the Effect of Evaluation on Postgraduate Clinical Training. Page:151—154
21. Student Self-Evaluation and Proposals for the Medical Education. Page:159—165
22. Clinical Lecturing Aimed at Terminal Care Education for Medical Students. Page:166—170
23. Development of an Educational Program: An Introduction of the Workshop Technique to Basic Medical Education - An Experimental Approach in Embryological Education. Page:171—176
24. Medical Students' Attitudes Toward Psychiatry. Page:177—182
25. Unique Video on Continuing Education for Primary Care Developed in Yugoslavia. Page:183—184
26. Investigation and Research Concerning General Hospital Psychiatry in the Kyushu Association of Neuropsychiatry. Page:193—199
27. Using the Clinical Simulation System "DXTER" for the Postgraduate Training. Page:200—204
28. Present and Future Problems on Accepting Foreign Students in Undergraduate Medidal Education in Japan. Page:205—208
29. Curriculum Evaluation by Students and Curriculum Development (1986-1989). Page:209—215
30. Factor Analysis of Entrance Examination. Page:216—220
31. Communication-Gaps in Postgraduate Training. Page:221—226
32. The Value of Role-playing in Teaching Interview Skills to Medical Students. Page:231—235
33. Our Patricioation in the WHO Course on Prevention of Blindness for Future Use in the Prevention of Hearing Loss. Page:236—241
34. A "Primary Care Course" Curriculum in Undergraduate Medical Education (A Revised Plan). Page:242—248
35. Clinical Lecturing as an Approach to Educating Medical Students in Geriatrics. Page:328—331
36. Clinical Education and Training Immediately after Graduation: Surveys of the Recent Graduates of Juntendo Medical School and the Trainees at the Juntendo University Hospital. Page:332—338
37. Computer Assisted Instruction System with Laser Disc for Neurological Training. Page:339—342
38. Academic Origin of the First Professors in American Medical Schools before the Civil War. Page:359—363
39. Indispensable Role for Basic Medical Education: Training and Securing an Able Person. Page:365—368
40. What We Have to Learn from the Medical Education Program of the Faculty of Medicine, the University of Newcastle: Our Own Experiences in Australia. Page:377—380
41. Factor Analysis of Truncated Entrance Examination Data Page:343—349
42. Factor Analysis of Entrance Examination Data and its Object Dependency Page:350—354
43. Our Learning Experiences at McMaster University Page:369—372
44. Student Evaluation of the Teachers Our Clinical Clerkship at the University of California, Irvine Page:373—376