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국내 성과바탕의학교육에 대한 비판적 논의: 역량의 개념을 중심으로

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 The Role of the Concept of Competence in Korean Outcome-based Medical Education 
 Korean Medical Education Review (의학교육논단), Vol.15(3) : 144-150, 2013 
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Korean Medical Education Review(의학교육논단)
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Competence ; Curriculum ; Medical education
Before Outcome-based curriculum reform, medical graduate school and medical schools of korea need to understand limit or threshold of outcome-based education’s point of view. This article examines the multi-dimensional concept of competence suggested by Stoof and colleagues and discusses about implication for outcomebased education in medical education of Korea. Because Stoof and colleagues’s five dimensions of competence reveal various concepts and educational methods of competence. Therefore, It is possible to use to identify the strengths and weaknesses of outcome-based education of Korea as a reference standard. Five dimensions of competence suggested by Stoof and colleagues is consist of ‘personal vs. task characteristics,’ ‘individual vs. distributed competence,’ ‘specific vs. general competence,’ ‘levels of competence vs. competence as a level,’ and ‘teachable vs. non-teachable.’ Implication for outcome-based education in medical education of Korea is, first, that It should recognize to outcome-based education as a one of educational models approaching to competence. Second, discussion about competence should be expanded from pre-medical education to graduated medical education and continuing medical education
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