Psychosocial predictors of attitudes toward physician empathy in clinical encounters among 4732 1st year medical students: a report from the CHANGES study.

@article{Ryn2014PsychosocialPO,
  title={Psychosocial predictors of attitudes toward physician empathy in clinical encounters among 4732 1st year medical students: a report from the CHANGES study.},
  author={Michelle van Ryn and Rachel R. Hardeman and Sean M Phelan and Sara E Burke and Julia M. Przedworski and Michele L. Allen and Diana J Burgess and Jennifer L Ridgeway and Richard O. White and John F. Dovidio},
  journal={Patient education and counseling},
  year={2014},
  volume={96 3},
  pages={367-75}
}
OBJECTIVE Medical school curricula intended to promote empathy varies widely. Even the most effective curricula leave a significant group of students untouched. Pre-existing student factors influence their response to learning experiences. We examined the individual predictors of first semester medical students' attitudes toward the value of physician empathy in clinical encounters. METHODS First year students (n=4732) attending a stratified random sample of 49 US medical schools completed an… CONTINUE READING
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