Proceedings of the International Conference on Medical Education (ICME 2021)

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What’s Up and What’s Down for WhatsApp in Medical Education

Noor-i-Kiran Naeem, Zil E Fatima Naeem
WhatsApp is a smartphone messenger that employs the users’ existing internet data plan to connect the user to their social as well as learning community. This study aimed to explore the use of the WhatsApp instant messaging as a source of learning for postgraduate students enrolled in Master of Health...
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Lecturers’ Readiness in Online Teaching During COVID-19 Pandemic

Daniel Ardian Soeselo, Veronica Dwi Jani Juliawati, Gisella Anastasia, Sandy Theresia, Sanny Winardi
Background: The COVID-19 pandemic has caused a sudden shift towards online learning in education system. The readiness of lecturers in conducting online learning is one of the essential pre-conditions for online learning in medical education system. Aims: This study aims to measure lecturers’ attitudes...
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Factors’ Influencing Users’ Perceptions on Workplace-Based Formative Assessment

A Grounded Theory Study

Vasiliki Andreou, Sanne Peters, Jan Eggermont, Birgitte Schoenmakers
Workplace-based formative assessment (WBA) has met with mixed reactions from users in postgraduate medical education. Users’ perceptions about WBA tend to be negative. Consequently, its learning value has yet to reach its full capacity. In this study, we explored which factors influence users’ perceptions...
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Nudging to Improve: Impact of Nudges on Students’ Progress and Academic Performance

Fahad Azam, Abida Shaheen, Khurram Irshad, Hania Ahmer
Nudge is a concept introduced by behavioral sciences to ameliorate the attitude and behavior of individuals by utilizing the concept of positive reinforcement. The execution of nudges in a targeted and proper way has the potential to induce motivation in learners by identifying and making amends in the...
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Stimulating Critical Thinking Skills Through Critical Thinking Question List (CTQL)

Umatul Khoiriyah, Uly Pramuditya Isnaini, Rizki Fajar Utami, Nur Aini Djunet, Punik Mumpuni Wijayanti, Fajar Alfa Saputra
Critical thinking is an essential skill needed by a physician. One of the ways to learn these skills is using a critical thinking question list (CTQL). This study was aimed to evaluate the effect of CTQL in stimulating students’ critical thinking skill in the tutorial Problem-Based Learning (PBL). This...
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Students’ Perception on Medical Ethics Learning from Two Medical Faculties in Jakarta

Fika Ekayanti, Wahyu Arifiyanti Haryoso, Zwasta Pribadi Mahardhika
Background: Medical ethics is one of competencies that medical doctor’ graduates should be accomplished. However, there is no consensus on standard of ethics learning for medical students. Many variations carried out by different medical faculties. This study aimed to identify the students’ perception...
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Assessing Cultural Sensitivity Questions in Ranking Decisions for a Family Medicine Residency Program

Lori Schramm, Adam Clay, Brian Geller
Background and aims/objectives: The ability of family physicians to establish an inclusive and culturally-safe practice environment is a key competency of the profession. Our study aimed to explore the utility of questions assessing cultural sensitivity to improve ranking decisions of family medicine...
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Perception of the Educational Environment and Its Correlation with Academic Performance of Medical Students in a Public Sector Medical Institute of Pakistan

Mehwish Kaneez, Syed Muhammad Jawad Zaidi, Hamza Waqar Bhatti, Hania Ijaz, Mishal Fatima, Muhammad Hamza
Objective: The study aims to assess their correlation and provide recommendations for a conducive educational environment (EE). Methods: This was a cross-sectional study conducted in a public sector medical institute of Pakistan in which EE of 320 students from 2nd till 5th years was assessed using...
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The Effect of Blended Learning in Covid-19 Pandemic with the Achievement of Internal Medicine Stage Competencies at the Clerkship Program of the Faculty of Medicine UII

Rina Juwita, Erlina Marfianti, Ana Fauziyati, Barmawi Hisyam
Background The Covid-19 pandemic had an impact on all aspects of life including medical education at the Faculty of Medicine Universitas Islam Indonesia. Clinical learning was modified into combination of online and offline learning or blended learning. This study aimed to see the learning outcomes...
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The Profile of Critical Incidents During Online PBL Tutorial Based on Students’ Perception

Catharina Widiartini, Joviando, Fajar Wahyu Pribadi
Background. Online PBL tutorials were conducted to comply with social distance requirements during the Covid-19 pandemic. Critical incidents (CIs) due to the new learning environment may cause group dysfunctionality. Data of CIs based on student’s perception was necessary for evaluation purposes, especially...
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Anonymous Feedback: A Real-time Feedback to Capture Students’ Engagement in Learning Process

Anonymous Feedback

Abida Shaheen, Fahad Azam, Khurram Irshad
Teachers’ evaluation plays a crucial role in strengthening the learning process and curriculum delivery. In some situations, because of the complicated structure of the feedback proformas or the fear of being identified students might not be able to express themselves honestly. Unstructured and anonymous...
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The Impact of the Online Exam Module on Student Anxiety During the Covid-19 Pandemic

Sulistiawati Sudarso, Anik Puji Rahayu, Cicih Bhakti Purnamasari, Ika Fikriah, Gusti Feri
The Covid-19 pandemic has an impact in all sectors of life. Faculty of medicine issued a regulation on the implementation of online education to break the chain of spreading Covid-19. This research aimed to assess the impact of the online exam module on student anxiety during the Covid-19 pandemic. The...
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Case Study On Ethics Dilemma as A Learning Method in Achieving Competency of Ethicolegal Education Program Module for Obstetrics and Gynaecology Residency Programs Faculty of Medicine Hasanuddin University

Nasrudin Andi Mappaware, Deviana Soraya Riu, U.P Nugraha, Andi Mardiah Tahir, Elizabet Catherine Jusuf, Mirah Avisha
Background and Objectives: Ethical and medicolegal competence is an important aspect of professionalism that must be possessed by obstetricians and gynaecologists. To support the achievement of these competencies, several methods of continuous learning and training are required by referring to the modules...
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Independent Stage as a Learning Model in Achieving Competency Professionalism Development Program Module in Residency Program of Obstetric and Gynecology Faculty of Medicine Hasanuddin University

Nasrudin Andi Mappaware, Deviana Soraya Riu, U.P Nugraha, Andi Mardiah Tahir, Elizabet Catherine Jusuf, Arlen
Background and Objectives: Competence and professionalism are two main aspects of an Obstetrics and Gynecology (OBGYN) specialist. A continuous learning process, introduction, development, and training are needed, both through classroom learning sessions and practice in real situations so that learning...
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The Correlation of Metacognitive and Learning Motivation in Medical Students Academic Integrity in a Medical School

Destiana Putri Nurfauziah, Agneta Irmarahayu, Hikmah Muktamiroh
Background: The Academic integrity is a major part of academic culture in the sense of being obedient to basic principles, including academic honesty, mutual trust, mutual openness, mutual respect, and a sense of responsibility. However, there are few data on understanding of academic integrity among...
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The Relationship Between Preferences for Online Large-Classroom Learning Methods and Self-Directed Learning Readiness

Diani Puspa Wijaya, Umatul Khoiriyah
The Covid-19 era has an impact on teaching. The Faculty of Medicine of Universitas Islam Indonesia develops online classrooms with a number of learning strategies. Self-directed learning readiness is one of the factors related to the selection of learning strategies. This study aims to determine the...
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The Learning Effectiveness of Nurses Participating in a Simulated Management of Fall Risk Factor Assessment

Chih-Ying Tu, Sheng-Hong Lin
Background: Fall injuries are common causes of dangerous inpatient conditions and should be prevented in neurosurgery inpatient wards. An adequate survey and evaluation of risk factors for falls is therefore crucial for the development of prevention and intervention strategies in inpatient care. Purpose:...
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E-learning During Covid-19 Pandemic: Obstacles Faced by Medical Students and Its Effect on Their Learning Attitude

Ayu Anulus, Artha Budi Susila Duarsa, Dasti Anditiarina
Covid-19 has had a serious impact on students, instructors, and educational organizations around the world in many other aspects of daily life. It could not happen overnight to move from an environment of conventional education to distance and e-learning. At this stage, this rapid transformation is linked...
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Relationship Between Self-confidence and Motivation: The Use of MMPI-2 in Medical Student

Irwan Syuhada, Artha Budi Susila Duarsa, Ayu Anulus
Self-confidence has gained growing prominence as one of the influential factors influencing academic performance. The study about self-confidence and motivation using the data from the Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory-2 (MMPI-2) test was rarely reported. This study aimed to examine the relationship...
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Medical Teachers: Factors Associated with Their Behavior Towards Online Teaching During Covid-19 Pandemic

Dian Rahadianti, Artha Budi Susila Duarsa, Dina Qurratu Ainin
During these unprecedented times of COVID-19 pandemic, online teaching has allowed the continuation of medical education. Good online teaching practices should be adopted for efficient online learning. This study aimed to analyze the factors associated medical teachers’ behavior towards online teaching...
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Association Between Self-Discipline Towards Grade Point Average Among Medical Students

Artha Budi Susila Duarsa, Irwan Syuhada, Ayu Anulus
Self-discipline is the ability to prevent something that could lead to harmful effects of unhealthy excesses. Self-discipline has implications, particularly among medical students, for improving academic performance. The purpose of this study was to examine the association between self-discipline towards...
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Factors Influencing Medical Student’S Satisfaction on Online Learning During Covid-19 Pandemic

Artha Budi Susila Duarsa, Dina Qurratu Ainin, Dasti Anditiarina
Education has been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. The pandemic causes banned access to schools and universities. The students are moving into online learning from the conventional learning. This study aimed to analyze the factors influencing the satisfaction of medical students on online learning...
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Focusing on Preparing Newly-qualified Doctors for Their On-calls Using Peer-assisted Learning

Faheem Malik
Teaching for newly-qualified Foundation Year 1 (FY1) doctors at our hospital has traditionally been delivered by senior clinicians. They have tended to focus on specialised and advanced areas of their fields, rather than the more basic pathologies encountered by a junior doctor on-call. This was resulting...
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Knowledge, Attitude, Gender and Their Association Towards Online Learning Behavior Among Medical Students During Covid-19 Pandemic

Dasti Anditiarina, Artha Budi Susila Duarsa, Ayu Anulus
All universities during pandemic Covid-19, including faculty of medicine, have moved to online learning. The ability of students to learn is as much influenced by their inter-and intra-personal behavior as by their academic abilities. This study aimed to examine the association between knowledge, attitude,...
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Medical Student’s Perception Toward Online Learning Behavior During Covid-19 Pandemic

Dina Qurratu Ainin, Artha Budi Susila Duarsa, Dian Rahadianti
Nowadays, online learning has become a widespread practice as an integrated education technology during the COVID-19 pandemic. Learning is best viewed from the perception of students because they have direct experience of it. This study aimed to analyze the correlation between medical student’s perception...
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Correlation Between Personal Integrity and Leadership Among Medical Students

Putu Asih Primatanti, Artha Budi Susila Duarsa, Irwan Syuhada
A medical student is hoped to be a leader for himself and to another health professional in the future. Integrity will boost the quality of honesty and strong moral values among leaders. This study aimed to examine the correlation between personal integrity and leadership among medical students. A cross-sectional...
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The Influence of Career Choice Motivation and Academic Achievement on Academic Resilience

Uly Pramuditya Isnaini, Winny Setyonugroho, Erna Rochmawati
Background: The world faces a labor crisis and high incidence of dropouts. A shortage of health workers is predicted to reach 12.9 million by 2035. Being dropped out of school is marked by a decline in students’ achievement due to the loss of orientation and motivation. A declining achievement is an...
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Online Learning Experience of Students During Covid-19 Pandemic in Karachi, Pakistan

Erum Shah, Tehseen Quds, Faheema Siddiqui, Syeda Kiran Mansoor, Syed Asad Ahmed, Ammarah
Background, The Covid-19 disease was first reported in China in the end of the year 2019 and within a span of few months it spread drastically in different countries of the world. As a consequence of that the World Health Organisation (WHO) declared it a “pandemic” and the educational institutes all...
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The Correlation of Regional Stage Exam (UTB) and Progress Test (PT) to Grade Point Average (GPA) of Medical Students at Faculty of Medicine, Universitas Islam Indonesia

F Khadafianto
Background A regional stage exam, called Ujian Tahap Bersama (UTB) and Progress Test (PT) are formative assessments. UTB II is tested on 4th year medical students to measure their knowledge of pathomechanism to therapy. The PT has been implemented in Faculty of Medicine (FoM), Universitas Islam Indonesia...
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Implementation of Quizziz as a Pretest and Post-Test to Evaluate the Effectiveness of Small Group Learning

Prema Hapsari Hidayati, Ratih Natasha, Shofiyah Latief, Nasruddin, Syarifuddin Wahid
Background and aims: Since the Indonesia Covid-19 pandemic spread out in March 2020, the online learning method was applied in a professional medical program, and we started to use “Quizziz,” an educational game online. The study aimed to evaluate Small Group Learning activity’s effectiveness using “Quizziz”...
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Improved Engagement of Undergraduate Students in a Third Year Chemistry Lecture

Pavla Simerska
Student engagement in traditional chemistry lectures has been challenging. In this study, student engagement in and outside of the classroom was enhanced by student pre-class preparation and interactive lectures including group and class discussions, quizzes, short videos and problem-solving activities....
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The Correlation Between Physical Activity and Academic Motivation of Undergraduate Medical Students of the Universitas Islam Indonesia

Syafira Laila Nurulita, Yanasta Yudo Pratama, Hafidhania Penadi, Irsalina Nur Timami, Alfia Qurrota Ayun, Umatul Khoiriyah
Background: The Covid-19 pandemic has caused changes in activity. Changing physical activity can cause various psychological changes in humans. For medical students, psychological changes because physical activity is an important factor in supporting academic motivation to learn. This study was aimed...
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Development of Digestive System Video for Learning Anatomy in Pandemic Era

Nanang Wiyono, Siti Munawaroh, Yunia Hastami, Selfi Handayani, Dhoni Akbar Ghozali, Muthmainah
Background and aims: The coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic has had tremendous effects on medical education including anatomy. In pandemic conditions students cannot study with cadavers which has been known as “gold standard” for anatomy learning. Alternatives anatomy learning media are pursued,...
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Impacts of Peer-Mentoring Program on Successful Clerkship Students in the First Taker of Computer-Based Competency Test

Shofiyah Latief, Sigit Dwi Pramono, Reeny Purnamasari, Nasrudin Andi Mappaware
Background and Objectives: The competency test for prospective GP, Doctor Profession Program (UKMPPD), is obligatory for the Indonesian Doctor. However, the low-graduating rate has been an issue for years. Kemendikbud suggests peer-mentoring and UMI have been implementing it since 2017. Therefore, the...
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The Differences of Learning Achievement of Vein Puncture Using Mannequin Learning Objects and Real Patients

Linda Rosita, Mahdea Kasyiva, Ester Tri Rahayu
Background: Clinical competence is a mandatory requirement in medical education. The learning form of clinical competence is the skills lab. This learning activity uses tools that resemble the actual conditions of the patient. This study aims to compare the effectivity of learning venous puncture using...
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Student Readiness to e-learning in Clinical Medicine. COVID Experience of Gynaecology Clerkship Students of Shifa College of Medicine

Gulshan Ara Saeed, Tasneem Akhtar, Hira Suleman, Ahmad Sultan Zaheer
PURPOSE: Undergraduate medical curriculum does not impart e-skills hence students learning outcomes may vary [1]. The use of exclusive e-learning during COVID has put forth the question “has targeted student learning been achieved?” As the educational environment in e-class has different dynamics, teaching...
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Merits and Demerits of Central Induction Policy Among Postgraduate Trainees of Punjab - A Mixed Methodology Study

Maliha Nadeem, Hafsa Khalid, Anam Nazir, Hassan Nawaz, Ghulam Abbas, Ain ul Momina, Ahmad Uzair Qureshi
Background: Central induction policy is recently implemented for induction of doctors for post-graduation training based on their performance in MBBS, post-graduation entrance exam, house job, studying in public institute, work in periphery and research. Despite controversies this policy was implemented...
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The Effectiveness of Using Substitute Mannequin in the Implementation of Medical Skills of the Samara Family Block

Farida Juliantina Rachmawaty, Yaltafit Abror Jeem
Background: The Covid-19 pandemic has caused students to be unable to learn medical skills directly using standard mannequins. This study intends to determine the effectiveness of using a substitute mannequin in implementing medical skills of the Samara Family elective block and other aspects that need...
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Comparative Analysis of Clinical Clerkship Location Towards Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE) Score of Clinical Clerkship Student

Marlyanti N. Akib, Shofiyah Latief, Nasrudin Andi Mappaware, Dian Fahmi Utami
Background and Objectives: Clinical skills are part of competencies that Clinical Clerkship Student has to achieve and be undertaken at hospital evaluated by OSCE’s method. The purpose of this study aimed to examine the difference in the achievement of clinical skill’s competency score that worked at...
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Journey Towards Implementing “Community Based Medical Education (CBME) at Indus Medical College”

Memon Inayat Ullah, Shah Tazeen
Introduction: Till last few decades doctors were mainly trained in tertiary care hospitals. Appreciating need of competency to manage community’s sufferings and health issues; during last 30-40 years, medical education has undergone significant re-formations and re-organization in its delivery and training...
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Factors Associated with Students’ Scores in Online Learning Method in UIN Alauddin Makassar: A Cross-Sectional Study

Andi Faradilah, Andi Irhamnia Sakinah, Rini Fitriani
As a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, since March 2020, transformation to online learning is fully implemented at all educational levels, including medical students who also adopt this new normal learning method. This study aims to determine contributing factors associated with students’ scores within...
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Can ePortfolios Scaffold Competency-based Workplace Learning in Low-income Countries? Lessons Learnt from a Qualitative Pilot Study in Midwifery Education in Rwanda

Mieke Embo, Hilde De Grave, Séverine Van Der Stighelen, Martin Valcke, Olive Tengera, Alice Muhayimana, Josephine Murekezi, Jean Pierre Ndayisenga, Donatilla Mukamana
Background: Rwanda and other low-income countries face a critical shortage of competent midwives. This capacity problem threatens the attainment of the Sustainable Development Goals by 2030. Competency-based midwifery education (CBME) holds the best promise of developing competencies and improving patient...
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The Application of Clinical Learning Online in the Pandemic Time Covid-19 at the Faculty of Medicine Mulawarman of University

Anik Puji Rahayu, Sulistiawati, Cicih Bhakti Purnamasari, Endang Sawitri, Ika Fikriah
The government’s policy of implementing social distancing, work from home, and study from home to prevent the spread of the Covid-19 coronavirus has an impact on learning methods (Abel & McQueen, 2020). Clinical learning methods in health education before the pandemic are carried out in campus laboratories...
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Virtual vs. Conventional Practicum in Pharmacology: Students’ Perspectives

Riana Rahmawati, Isnatin Miladiyah, Muflihah Rizkawati, Marlina Anggraeni
The coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic has significantly affected the medical education process, in both clinical and preclinical years. This study compared students’ perspectives of the pharmacology practicum conducted in 2019 (pre-pandemic, conventional) and 2020 (virtual, via the Zoom platform)....
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Students’ Perceptions of Online Physiology Lab Work in Nervous and Musculoskeletal Systems Block

Miranti Dewi Pramaningtyas, Titis Nurmasitoh, Rokhima Lusiantari
Introduction: The pandemic situation that has been taking place in Indonesia since March 2020 has brought several changes to the learning process in medical faculty. Lab work is one of the online lessons that medical students have to complete. Online lab work carried out by students is expected to be...
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Analysis of Differences in Achieving Cognitive Competency for Clerkship Students of Doctor Profession Study Program Faculty of Medicine Universitas Muslim Indonesia Using Online Learning Methods During the Pandemic Covid 19

Andi Tenri Sanna, Nevi Sulvita Karsa, Marliyanti Akib, Shofiyah Latief, AM Nasrudin
Background and Objectives: During pandemic Covid-19 period, all learning activities for clerkship medical students were carried out using the online method including case based learning, references review, case reports, journal reviews, and patient case discussions in the form of portfolios. This study...
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A Correlational Study on Medical Parasitology Practical Work and Students’ Achievement on Parasitology Materials on the Final Exam

Fitria Siwi Nur Rochmah, Novyan Lusiyana
Background and aims: Parasitology practical work is expected to strengthen the retention of parasitology materials for medical students in block of adult problems. The aim of this study was to determine the correlation between the laboratory assessment and the achievement of parasitology materials on...
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A Delphi Consensus Study to Identify Anatomy Component of the Urogenital System for Teaching Medical Students

Siti Munawaroh, Rianita Marthasari, Nanang Wiyono, Yunia Hastami
Background: Anatomy is an important basic science in medical education. Changes to the modern medical curriculum have an effect on reducing anatomy learning time which is not balanced with the number of anatomical materials that medical students must learn. In addition, there is a need for anatomical...
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Towards Paradigm Change of Formative Assessment in the Undergraduate Curriculum: The Participatory Action Research (PAR)

Sylvia Mustika Sari, Iis Inayati, Atia Sidiqa
The concept of “assessment for learning” has been widely defined as a form of assessment that facilitates the improvement of students’ learning. However, there’s still limited evidence of real implementation of formative assessment, especially related to the sociocultural issues. This study explored...
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Self-Perceived Competence and Learning Barriers of Medical Students in Family and Community Medicine Clerkship During COVID-19 Pandemic

Witri Pratiwi, Tissa Octavira, Ouve Rahadiani Permana
Medical studies during the COVID-19 pandemic faced several obstacles that may affect students’ self-perceived competence. Objectives: This study aims to determine students’ self-perceived competence in family and community medicine clerkships and learning barriers faced during the COVID-19 pandemic....
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Perception of Professionalism of Medical Undergraduate Students of Tadulako University by Grade

Indah Puspasari Kiay Demak, Ria Sulistiana, Andrew, Sindi Safira
Introduction. The medical profession demands are increasingly high, along with the medical education institutions’ needs producing competent doctors who are ready to perform the best medical services in the future. One of the indicators of the competence of a doctor is to become a professional. A doctor...
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Evaluation of Virtual Biochemistry Practicum on First Year Students at Faculty of Medicine Universitas Islam Indonesia

Nur Aini Djunet, Rizki Fajar Utami, Asri Hendrawati
The COVID-19 pandemic has forced all universities worldwide to adopt the virtual learning method as the new method of learning for students and lecturers, as applied in virtual practicum for Biochemistry. Virtual practicum is generally conducted for 110 minutes for each theme, starting with pre-test...
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The Relationship Between the Level of Students Satisfaction Towards the Primary Service Strengthening Program with UKMPPD Graduation

Suliati P. Amir, Nasrudin A. Mappaware, Andi Alamanda Irwan, Shofiyah Latief, Shulhana Mokhtar, Sri Ainun Zainal Siddiq
The process of quality assurance is a strategic matter implemented by educational institutions. Measuring the level of student satisfaction is one method of evaluating them. Therefore, we need to know how the students’ reaction about the innovation of institution Primary Service Strengthening program...
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The Correlation of Coping Mechanisms with Academic Integrity of Medical Students in the Academic Stage

Addinda Khila Ajnah, Hikmah Muktamiroh, Anisah, Nurfitri Bustamam
Background: One of the main factors affecting academic integrity is stress. During this pandemic, stressors have increased with online learning. The way to deal with stress is called a coping mechanism. Aims: To identify the relationship between coping mechanisms and the behavior of students in relation...
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Medical Students’ Attitudes Towards Ethical Issues Encountered in Clerkship Rotation

Miko Ferine, Raditya Bagas Wicaksono, Diyah Woro Dwi Lestari
Clerkship rotation is one of the most important phases in medical education. In this phase, medical students learn authentically under a health practitioner how to treat patients in a full context, and in the process, they will encounter various ethical or professional problems that arise during the...
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Predictive Factors of Students Engagement Online Learning for First Semester Faculty of Medicine UNISSULA Preclinical Students

Putri R Ayuningtyas, Ulfah Dian Indrayani, Menik Sahariyani
Background: the outbreak of COVID-19 pandemic causes havoc among many aspects of life including education. In Indonesia, 8 months since the first outbreak the mode of teaching have shifted from face to face problem based learning to online learning. The year 2020 preclinical students are the first batch...
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Psychological Conditions of Undergraduate Students of Faculty of Medicine, Universitas Islam Indonesia During Pandemic Covid-19

Rokhima Lusiantari, Miranti Dewi Pramaningtyas, Niken Widyaningsih, Umatul Khoiriyah
The COVID-19 pandemic has brought changes in medical education. The physical restrictions lead to fully online learning that is new for students. Students failure to adapt to this situation might cause psychological disorders. This study aims to see the psychological conditions of undergraduate students...
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Correlation Between Memory Ability and Grades Achievement in Different Learning Methods Among Medical Students at Universitas Islam Negeri Alauddin Makassar

Syatirah Jalaluddin, Trisnawaty, Rista Suryaningsih, Rosdianah Rahim
Memory is a part of humans’ potential intelligence, which can be measured by using a memory test. Memory test is designed to understand an individual’s ability to repeat given information and to analyze them into complex and valuable information. This study is aimed at discovering the correlation between...
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Correlation Between Personal Integrity and Leadership Among Medical Students

Putu Asih Primatanti, Artha Budi Susila Duarsa, Irwan Syuhada
A medical student is hoped to be a leader for himself and to another health professional in the future. Integrity will boost the quality of honesty and strong moral values among leaders. This study aimed to examine the correlation between personal integrity and leadership among medical students. A cross-sectional...
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Assessing Critical Competence of Third Diploma Students of Sanitation Using SOP-Based Assessment

Nurlaila Marasabessy, Jumarni Ely, Damayanti S.S. Sohilauw
Third diploma graduates in accordance with the Indonesian National Qualification Framework/Kerangka Kualifikasi Nasional Indonesia (KKNI), are at required to have level 5 abilities, one of them is to mastering the theoretical concepts of certain areas of knowledge in general, as well as being able to...