Study explores human connections between docs, patients

10/17/2013 | BeckersASC.com

A study revealed that while social touch and visit duration influenced physician empathy scores, eye contact frequency played the greatest role in how patients perceived empathy among their physicians. The results, which appear in the Journal of Participatory Medicine, emphasize the importance of body language in health care, researchers said.

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