Prominent publications by Peih‐Ying Lu
CONTEXT: Globalisation and migration have inevitably shaped the objectives and content of medical education worldwide. Medical educators have responded to the consequent cultural diversity by advocating that future doctors should be culturally competent in caring for patients. As frontline clinical teachers play a key role in interpreting curriculum innovations and implementing both explicit and hidden curricula, this study investigated clinical teachers' attitudes towards cultural ...
|Also Ranks for: Cultural Competence | medical education | health personnel | adult attitude | curriculum design|
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Students' performance anxiety can impact negatively on the effectiveness of medical education reform, including performance in problem-based learning (PBL) and in using English in discussion. This study aimed to investigate the nature of performance anxiety among Taiwanese medical students in an English-language PBL group. Eighteen Taiwanese, one American and four Asian medical students who were attending an international PBL workshop were enrolled. A questionnaire seeking demographic ...
|Also Ranks for: Medical Students | performance anxiety | based learning | curriculum education|
Assessing Asian Medical Students’ Readiness for Diversity: Localizing Measures of Cross-Cultural Care Competence
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Phenomenon: There is now broad acceptance that the development of cross-cultural competence (CCC) supports the delivery of appropriate care to diverse groups and is an essential component in medical education worldwide. CCC training in East Asian contexts has been constrained by the fact that "cultural diversity" training globally has focused primarily on the needs of racial and ethnic communities, to the relative neglect of other groups. The present study explores Taiwanese students' ...
|Also Ranks for: Medical Students | crosscultural competence | culturally competent | study questionnaire | cultural survey|
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OBJECTIVE: The aim of our study was to determine the relationship between age and the incidence of pre-eclampsia and eclampsia.
MATERIALS AND METHODS: We analyzed data collected by the National Health Insurance Bureau between 1998 and 2010. Data were obtained from the Taiwanese Department of Health website and the Department of Internal Affairs.
RESULTS: The incidence of pre-eclampsia increased significantly (from 0.87% to 1.21%), but the incidence of eclampsia did not change ...
|Also Ranks for: Maternal Age | eclampsia pregnancy | 34 years | national health | 35 39|
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Peih‐Ying Lu:Expert Impact
Concepts for whichPeih‐Ying Luhas direct influence:Cultural competence, Medical students, Taiwanese medical students, Students ccc training, Performance anxiety, Findings students, Diverse groups, Taiwanese medical.
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Concepts related to the work of other authors for whichfor which Peih‐Ying Lu has influence:Cultural competence, Medical students, Chinese context, Western medicine, Test anxiety, Nurse mentors, Taiwanese culture.
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