Enhancing second-order empathy in medical practice by supplementing patients’ narratives with certainties

@inproceedings{Ariso2018EnhancingSE,
  title={Enhancing second-order empathy in medical practice by supplementing patients’ narratives with certainties},
  author={Jos{\'e} Mar{\'i}a Ariso},
  booktitle={BMC medical education},
  year={2018}
}
Most scholars agree that empathy is one of the keys for medical education, but it is not yet clear precisely how this term should be defined. Currently, the predominant tendency in this area consists in considering empathy within the context of narrative medicine or, more specifically, within the interaction theory instead of the simulation theory of empathy. A significant development of the interaction theory is “second-order empathy”. After describing the outlines of this kind of empathy, I… CONTINUE READING
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