Study: Doctors show little empathy
Researchers for the Archives of Internal Medicine have found that some physicians, namely cancer specialists and surgeons, lack empathy when dealing with patient concerns. Previous studies show that doctors who display more empathy have more satisfied patients, leading to lower anxiety and a better understanding of their condition.
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