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연세대학교 의과대학의 진로개발 프로그램 운영 사례

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 Career Development Programs at Yonsei University College of Medicine 
 Korean Medical Education Review (의학교육논단), Vol.26(1) : 48-54, 2024-02 
Journal Title
Korean Medical Education Review(의학교육논단)
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Career advising ; Career decision ; Learning community ; Medical student
The career choices of medical students are significant for both individual students and society, which relies on a robust public healthcare system. Medical schools should provide a conducive environment and diverse information to enable students to make mature career decisions. Yonsei University College of Medicine conducts extracurricular programs for students’ career development, including the Career Choice Expo, Career Path Survey, Special Lecture on Career Development, and a Visible Radio Show focused on career counseling. Additionally, the intracurricular activities offered by the college include career advising to students through faculty advisors in learning communities based on students’ reflective writing about career-related activities. Medical students, in the process of forming their career decisions, compare what they have learned in the medical school curriculum with information acquired through extracurricular activities, taking into consideration their individual characteristics. Through longitudinal discussions with faculty advisors in learning communities, medical students not only gain recognition for the validity of their exploratory activities but also develop a sense of self-efficacy in making career decisions. The career education program at Yonsei University College of Medicine aligns with recent perspectives emphasizing the integration of career counseling for medical students into the curriculum in order to increase effectiveness.
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Lee, Youngjoon(이영준) ORCID logo https://orcid.org/0000-0002-9602-5186
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