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Readings 4: Empathy in Patient care


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4. Epstein RM, Hadee D, Carroll J, et al. (2007)  “Could this be something serious?” Reassurance, uncertainty, and

empathy in response to patient’s expressions of worry. J Gen Intern Med; 22 (12); 1731-1739


5. Morse DS, Edwardsen EA, Gordon HS. (2008)  Missed opportunities for interval empathy in lung cancer communication. Archives of Internal Medicine; 168 (17): 1853-1858


6. Shanafelt TD, West C, Zhao X, et al. (2005) Relationship between increased personal well being and enhanced empathy among internal medicine residents. J Gen Int Med; 20 (7): 559-564


7. Larson EB, Yao Y. (2005) Clinical empathy as emotional labor in the patient–physician relationship. JAMA 293:1100 –1106.

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