Empathy, face masks, and violent behaviors.
Have you seen this study? “Effect of facemasks on empathy and relational continuity: a randomised controlled trial in primary care.” The authors conclude: “This study demonstrates that when doctors wearing a facemask during consultations, this has a significant negative impact on the patient’s perceived empathy and diminish the positive effects of relational continuity. Consideration should … Continue reading Empathy, face masks, and violent behaviors.
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