Self-Expansion among Medical Students: The Role of Medical Drama Doctors as Models

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Self-Expansion among Medical Students: The Role of Medical Drama Doctors as Models

In the current digital era characterized by worldwide and easy access to various forms of media, medical dramas have been a staple genre of television (TV) movies and series. Although primarily created to entertain, the impact of these dramas to medical students cannot be ignored. Medical dramas provide a setting of learning and can be considered as a digital platform full of potential role models for aspiring doctors.

 The current challenges in education like limited face-to-face and social interaction among students and teachers, and the siloed information about medical drama doctor role modeling and its effects on students’ self-concept, pose the need for further explorations.

Thus, this study aims to describe the role of medical drama doctors in medical students’ self-expansion. Specifically, this study aims to describe the medical students’ attributes as role aspirants, medical drama viewing motives, medical drama viewing behaviors, audience activity and role modeling with medical drama doctors, and lastly their images of self-expansion. Relationships among these variables will also be described.

Regime Classification Priority
2017 - 2022 Responsive health systems Health human resources
Start Date Duration in Months Target Completion Date Actual Completion Date
2022-10-01 12 2023-10-01 0000-00-00

Ongoing

Institution Classification Region LTO #
University of the Philippines Public Higher Education Institution - State Universities and Colleges NCR
Institution Classification Region LTO #
University of the Philippines - Manila, National Teacher Training Center for the Health Professions Public Higher Education Institution - State Universities and Colleges NCR
Institution Region
National Teacher Training Center for the Health Professions, University of the Philippines Manila NCR
Name E-Mail Institution and Institution Address
Jerome Ian Arbonida jaarbonida@up.edu.ph University of the Philippines - Philippine General Hospital, Taft Avenue, Ermita
Name E-Mail Institution and Institution Address
Jerome Ian Arbonida jaarbonida@up.edu.ph University of the Philippines - Philippine General Hospital, Taft Avenue, Ermita
Name Expertise Affiliation
Jerome Ian Arbilo Arbonida Nursing; Health Professions Education NTTCHP, UP Manila
Name of Trial Site Address Principal Investigator Research Ethics Committee
NAME EXPERTISE REC Name Status of Approval
NTTCHP, UP Manila NTTCHP, University of the Philippines Manila, 3rd Flr. Dr. Joaquin Gonzales Hall, Padre Faura St. corner Ma. Orosa St., Ermita 1000 Manila Jerome Ian Arbilo Arbonida Nursing; Health Professions Education

Non-clinical Studies

In the current digital era characterized by worldwide and easy access to various forms of media, medical dramas have been a staple genre of television (TV) movies and series. Although primarily created to entertain, the impact of these dramas to medical students cannot be ignored. Medical dramas provide a setting of learning and can be considered as a digital platform full of potential role models for aspiring doctors.

The current challenges in education like limited face-to-face and social interaction among students and teachers, and the siloed information about medical drama doctor role modeling and its effects on students’ self-concept, pose the need for further explorations.

General Objective: To describe the role of medical drama doctors in medical students’ self-expansion.

Specific Objectives:

  1. Describe the medical students’ role aspirant attributes, medical drama viewing motives, and viewing behaviors.
  2. Describe the medical students’ audience activity and role modeling with medical drama doctors.
  3. Describe the medical students’ images of self-expansion.
  4. Describe the relationships between medical students’
  • Role aspirant attributes and Medical drama viewing behaviors
  • Medical drama viewing motives and Medical drama viewing behaviors
  • Role aspirants’ attributes and Audience activity and role modeling with medical drama doctors
  • Medical drama viewing motives and Audience activity and role modeling with medical drama doctors
  • Medical drama viewing behaviors and Audience activity and role modeling with medical drama doctors
  • Audience activity and role modeling with medical drama doctors and Self-expansion
  • Role aspirants’ attributes and Self-expansion
  • Medical drama viewing motives and Self-expansion
  • Medical drama viewing behaviors and Self-expansion

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