This book investigates new insights into the factors influencing empathy in medical students. Addressing the widely perceived empathy gap in teaching and medical practice, the book presents a new study into how this emotion is facilitated in the UK undergraduate medical curriculum, and its influence on doctor-patient relationships. The author utilises Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis (IPA) […]
Byline: Fugen Goz and Emine Geckil – Email: [email protected] ABSTRACT
Byline: Hamza Tariq Minhas, Daniah Anis, Ambreen Jawaid, Hira Naeem, Mehwish Naz and Bader Faiyaz Zuberi – Email: [email protected] ABSTRACT
ABSTRACT: The emotional and sociocognitive aspects of human dissection are important aspects of professionalism in medical training and so should be critically evaluated in the present day changing society. Medical students of Ebonyi State University, Nigeria completed 390 questionnaires. The questionnaires included questions seeking demographic information; open-ended questions on their first experience of dissection and […]
The purpose of the study is to investigate the Career choices among medical students. The area that is to explore in this research will be helpful for the students to determine the effects of selection, educational background, age and gender on strength of motivation to attend and pursue medical school. Choosing a specialty is a […]
This textbook is a resource for the undergraduate medical students in the Clerkship rotations in Anesthesia at the University of Toronto. This textbook contains content covering the core learning objectives for the rotation.