Physicians have differing views on expressing emotion

04/23/2008 | NYTimes.com

Medical schools now incorporate discussions of expressing emotion, but physicians still operate independently when sharing bad news and deciding how to react to patients. A recent Harvard study found 69% of medical students and 74% of interns said they had cried at least once in a medical setting.

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