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First Portrait of a Syphilitic Patient: Ulrich von Hutten

In current times syphilis can be considered a re-emergent sexually transmitted infection and a crucial public health problem, with a worldwide overall rate increase. In particular, in the United States a total of 27,814 cases were reported in 2016, with a rate of 8.7 cases per 100,000 population, which represents a 74.0% increase compared with […]

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Medical Humanities Coursework Is Associated with Greater Measured Empathy in Medical Students

  The primary focus of the study was to determine whether coursework in the medical humanities would ameliorate students’ loss of and failure to develop empathy, a problem known to be common during medical education. Methods Students were offered an elective course in the Medical Humanities for academic credit. The Jefferson Scale of Empathy Student […]

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