Interest of Learning Medical Education in FK UKI on Humaniora Medical Sciences (IHK1-IHK2)

Siregar, Rospita Adelina (2021) Interest of Learning Medical Education in FK UKI on Humaniora Medical Sciences (IHK1-IHK2). Advances in Social Science, Education and Humanities Research, 560. pp. 351-355. ISSN 2352 5398

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This study aims to classify the interest in learning of students who take part in the organization of medical education in the Medical Humanities science (IHK1-IHK2). This is based on the non-maximum learning outcomes of students in the science. The Medical Humanities Science Science (IHK1-IHK2) is taught to FKUKI semester 1 students in blocks 2-3, with learning outcomes so that students are able to become a medical profession that has introspective, ethical and professional nature. This type of research is qualitative research and the method used is a survey method with data collection techniques using a questionnaire using a Likert scale. The population of the study was 160 FKUKI students from the 2018/2019 class, which were selected into a research sample of 32 students, the sample was selected by random sampling technique. Based on 4 indicators of interest in learning consisting of feelings of pleasure, interest, attention, and student involvement in learning. From each indicator it is known that the indicators of feeling good are known to score scores 55.12; an indicator of attention with a score of 56.12; indicator of interest with a score of 50.37; and indicators of student involvement with a score of 56.25. Overall the value for students' interest in studying in the Medical Humanities science (IHK1-IHK2) is 54.47. Thus the learning interest of students in following the MK in Humanities is known to be in the medium category.

Item Type: Article
Subjects: MEDICINE
Depositing User: Mr. Edi Wibowo
Date Deposited: 17 Oct 2022 09:37
Last Modified: 27 Jan 2023 10:36

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