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Mohammadreza Hojat, PhD

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1025 Walnut Street, Suite 119
Philadelphia, PA 19107

(215) 955-9459
(215) 923-6939 fax

Most Recent Peer-reviewed Publications

  1. The effect of Humanitude care methodology on improving empathy: a six-year longitudinal study of medical students in Japan
  2. Attitudes toward osteopathic medicine scale: development and psychometrics
  3. In Reply to Schattner and to Ozair et al
  4. Persistent impostor phenomenon is associated with distress in medical students
  5. Preparing for the MD: How Long, at What Cost, and with What Outcomes?
  6. Linguistic analysis of empathy in medical school admission essays
  7. Does Empathy Decline in the Clinical Phase of Medical Education? A Nationwide, Multi-Institutional, Cross-Sectional Study of Students at DO-Granting Medical Schools
  8. Empathy as related to gender, age, race and ethnicity, academic background and career interest: A nationwide study of osteopathic medical students in the United States
  9. The relationship between grit and selected personality measures in medical students
  10. Physician Empathy and Diabetes Outcomes
  11. Empathy in medicine: National norms for the jefferson scale of empathy: A nationwide project in osteopathic medical education and empathy (POMEE)
  12. Can communication skills training improve empathy? A six-year longitudinal study of medical students in Japan
  13. The Jefferson Scale of Empathy: a nationwide study of measurement properties, underlying components, latent variable structure, and national norms in medical students
  14. Change in empathy in medical school
  15. In Reply to Quinn and Zelenski
  16. Evaluating the relationship between participation in student-run free clinics and changes in empathy in medical students
  17. Enhancing student empathetic engagement, history-taking, and communication skills during electronic medical record use in patient care
  18. Patient Perceptions of Clinician’s Empathy: Measurement and Psychometrics
  19. What Matters More about the Interpersonal Reactivity Index and the Jefferson Scale of Empathy? Their Underlying Constructs or Their Relationships with Pertinent Measures of Clinical Competence and Patient Outcomes?
  20. Attitudes Toward Collaboration Among Practitioners in Newly Established Medical Homes: A Survey of Nurses, General Practitioners, and Specialists
  21. Effect of medical education on empathy in osteopathic medical students
  22. Correlation between standardize patients’ perceptions of osteopathic medical students and students’ self-rated empathy
  23. Empathy in health professions education and patient care
  24. Overlap between empathy, teamwork and integrative approach to patient care
  25. Iranian College Students’ Attitudes Toward Premarital Sex, Marriage, and Family Before and After the Islamic Revolution