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Relation amang Stress, Ego-Resilience, Self-Efficacy, Clinical performance in graduate medical student

의학전문대학원생의 스트레스, 자아탄력성, 자기효능감과 임상수행능력과의 관계

  • Hong, Sun-Yeun (Department of Nursing Science, Graduate School of Kyungpook University)
  • 홍선연 (경북대학교 일반대학원 간호학과)
  • Received : 2011.10.19
  • Accepted : 2011.12.13
  • Published : 2011.12.31

Abstract

Recently, the medical education is undergoing system transition from a medical college to a medical graduate school and introduction of performance test in the doctor license state examination. Therefore, To deal with these challenges, it is needed that medical faculty prepare the education programs for considering student's personal characteristics and improving Clinical performance. So, The purpose of this study was to understand relation among Stress, ego-resilience, self-efficacy and Clinical performance in graduate medical student, and for this study, We conducted a survey of 97 medical graduate school students in D city during the period from August 19st to 20st. 2011. The study found a negative correlation between Stress and Ego-Resilience, a positive correlation of stress with confidence at low region in Self-Efficacy. Ego-Resilience correlates positively with CPX at low region in Clinical performance, Preference for difficulty level of the task at low region in Self-Efficacy correlates negatively with OSCE. OSCE and CPX at low region in Clinical performance are positively correlated. Therefore, Stress reduction of students can improve Self-Efficacy, Furthermore, improve ultimately Clinical performance. According to this study, To improve Clinical performance competence, student's personal characteristics should be considered and education programs for self-efficacy and ego-resilience advancement be reflected in curriculum.

Keywords

Stress;Ego-Resilience;Self-Efficacy;Objective Structured Clinical Examination;Clinical Practice Examination

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