Empathy doesn't always decline during medical school
from University of Chicago via Futurity
A new study challenges the idea that medical students’ empathy declines during their time at medical school. Some studies have documented troubling declines in empathy during medical training — the steepest of which are believed to occur between the second and third years of medical school, when students begin clinical training and empathetic communication is critical, but this new study may refute those findings.
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