Jen-Chieh Wu

Jen-Chieh Wu
Taipei Medical University Hospital | TMUH · Department of Emergency medicine

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Background Use of interprofessional education has greatly expanded and is widely used to foster interprofessional collaborative practice competency in health professionals, especially during medical emergencies. Identifying the interprofessional education delivery mode that can maximize learning outcomes within available resources is crucial for ac...
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Background: Interprofessional collaborative practice is essential for meeting patients' needs and improving their health outcomes; thus, the effectiveness of interprofessional education (IPE) should be clearly identified. There is insufficient evidence in the literature to determine the outcomes of IPE compared to traditional single-profession edu...
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Background Training medical students to speak up when they witness a potential error is an important competency for patient safety, but details regarding the barriers that prevent medical students from effectively communicating are lacking. Therefore, this study aimed at exploring the factors affecting medical students’ willingness to speak up for...
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Background: Medication administration errors are common among new nurses. Nursing students might be less willing to speak up about errors because of a lack of knowledge and experience. Objectives: To examine the effects of simulation training and problem-based scenarios on speaking up about medication errors among graduating nursing students. D...
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Background The emergency room (ER) has the highest rate of workplace violence among all departments in health care institutions. Workplace violence significantly affects the retention rate among health care professionals in the ER. Studies reveal that health care institutions find it extremely challenging to reduce ER violence and to protect their...
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Background Today, flipped classroom (FC) has been widely used in medical education. However, the effectiveness of FC remains controversial. The variation may cause by different subjects or different course design. Moreover, those studies did not explain how the association among different domains of learning objective was in FCs. The purpose of thi...

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This project aims to investigate healthcare education.