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Development of student empathy during medical education: changes and the influence of context and training

Samarasekera DD, Lee SS, Yeo SP, Ponnamperuma G

Purpose: Empathy levels have been observed to often decrease when medical undergraduates move to the clinical years, particularly in the Western countries. However, empathy either remains similar or increases in...
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Factors associated with the person-centered care competence of nursing students

Park JY, Woo CH

Purpose: The main purpose of this study was to identify factors influencing person-centered care competence in nursing students. Methods: The study was conducted in two universities located in the D and...
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The principle and methodology of close reading to improve attentive listening and empathy of physicians

Jeoung YO, Bak YI

Background: Close reading is used in medical education to improve doctors’ listening, empathy and relationship-building ability, but no method for close reading has been suggested yet. In order to efficiently...
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Factors Influencing Oncology Nurses’ Pain Management of Cancer Patients

Seo HS, Park EY, Park SJ, Han BR, Jang MJ

Purpose: The purpose of this study is to investigate the factors influencing oncology unit nurses’ pain management of cancer patients. Methods: This study was a designed descriptive correlation study. The...
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The Relationships of End-of-life Care Stress with Compassionate Competence and Attitudes toward End-of-life Care among Pediatric Nurses

Park KY, Jeong JH

Purpose: This study aimed to provide basic data for developing interventions to relieve the end-of-life care stress experienced by pediatric nurses by examining the relationships of end-of-life care stress with...
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Changes in Empathy of Nursing College Students: A Cohort Longitudinal Study

Jeong H, Lee K

Purpose: This study aimed to identify changes in sub-areas of empathy over the 4 years from admission to graduation of nursing college students. Methods: This descriptive survey study was conducted using...
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Empathy and Theory of Mind in Ultra-High Risk for Psychosis: Relations With Schizotypy and Executive Function

Kong W, Koo SJ, Seo E, Park HY, Lee E, An SK

Objective While recent studies have found deficits in theory of mind (ToM) skills in individuals at ultra-high risk (UHR) for psychosis, empathic tendencies in these subjects remain unclear. The presence...
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Influencing Factors on Performance of Person-Centered Care among Intensive Care Unit Nurses: An Ecological Perspective

Lee, Y, Kim Y

Purpose: This study was conducted to identify the factors affecting the performance of person-centered care among Intensive Care Unit (ICU) nurses from an ecological perspective. Methods: The participants were 172...
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Disrupted Association Between Empathy and Brain Structure in Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder

Lee J, Son JW, Kim S, Kim Je, Chung S, Ghim HR, Lee SI, Shin CJ, Ju G

  • KMID: 2521014
  • J Korean Acad Child Adolesc Psychiatry.
  • 2021 Oct;32(4):129-136.
  • doi: 10.5765/jkacap.210009
Objectives: To investigate the relationship between brain structure and empathy in early adolescents with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). Methods: Nineteen early adolescents with ADHD and 20 healthy controls underwent 3T MRI. All...
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Empathy With Patients and Post-Traumatic Stress Response in Verbally Abused Healthcare Workers

Nam Sh, Lee DW, Seo Hy, Hong YC, Yun JY, Cho Sj, Lee N

Objective The current study examined the differential empathic capacity, post-traumatic symptoms, and coping strategies in healthcare workers (HCWs) according to the exposure of verbal or physical workplace violence (WPV). Methods Using...
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Mediating Effect of Cultural Competence between Cultural Empathy and Nursing Professionalism in Nursing Students

Park JH, Park JH

Background : The purpose of this study was to identify the degrees of cultural empathy, cultural competence and nursing professionalism and to investigate the mediating effect of cultural competence between...
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Associations of Communication Skills, Self-Efficacy on Clinical Performance and Empathy in Trainee Doctors

Kim D, Kim MJ, Lee H, Kim H, Kim Y, Lee SS

Objectives:This study evaluated the medical communication skills of trainee doctors and analyzed the relationship between medical communication skills, self-efficacy on clinical performance (SECP) and empathy. Methods:A total of 106 trainee doctors...
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Does the hospitalization immersion experience improve medical students’ understanding of patients’ perspectives? A qualitative study

Kikukawa M, Taketomi K, Yoshida M

Purpose: Although many studies have assessed the impact of interventions to increase medical students’ empathy by improving their understanding of patients’ perspectives and feelings, the impact of hospitalization experiences remains...
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Factors Affecting Interpersonal Competence of Nursing Students: Focused on Self-Assertiveness and Empathy

Choi J, Yoon HK, Kim D, Kang M, Park M, Um S, Kim Y, Kim E

Purpose: Interpersonal competence, a key competence for patient-centered care by nurses, should be understood. Therefore, factors influencing the interpersonal competence of nursing students should be identified to explore and enhance...
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The mediating effects of social support and interpersonal competence on the relationship between empathy and caring efficiency in nursing students

Lee J, Cho H

Purpose: The purpose of this study was to investigate interpersonal competence and social support and their mediating effects on the relationship between caring efficacy and empathy in nursing students. Methods:...
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Association between perception of caring behaviors and self-efficacy in patients with cardiovascular disease at coronary care units: a cross-sectional study

Kargr L, Khademian Z, Rambod M

Background: Assessing and improving patient self-efficacy are among the major roles of nurses. Nurses are also responsible for providing direct patient care, and they play a major role in improving...
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Empathic Tendency and Theory of Mind Skills in Young Individuals with Schizophrenia: Its’ Associations with Self-Reported Schizotypy and Executive Function

Kim SY, Kong W, Koo SJ, Kim H, Park HY, Seo E, Lee E, An SK

Objectives: Social function deficit is known as a core feature of schizophrenia. This study aimed to investigate differences in empathic tendencies and theory of mind (ToM) skills between healthy controls...
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Effects of School Bullying Prevention Camp on the Adolescent Perpetrators of School Violence

Lee JJ, Kim JH, Kim BN

Objectives: The purpose of this study was to evaluate the effects of a school bullying prevention camp for adolescent perpetrators of school violence. Methods: A total of 95 adolescents (boys=73, girls=22)...
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A Simulation-Based Empathy Enhancement Program for Non-Medical Care Providers of Older Adults: A Mixed-Methods Study

Han A, Kim TH

Objective Studies using simulation-based programs for empathy enhancement have been conducted mostly for health profession students and medical care providers in Western countries. No empirical research has been conducted for...
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Empathy, cyberbullying, and cybervictimization among Filipino adolescents

Shannen T, Kim SJ, Lee J

Purpose: The purpose of this study was to gain insights into empathy, cyberbullying, and cybervictimization among Filipino adolescents. Methods: The participants were 168 junior high school students in the 7th to...
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