Évaluation d’une formation à la relation thérapeutique sur l’empathie des étudiants en DFASM1 mesurée à partir d’un cas clinique fictif

Abstract : Introduction: empathy is essential in the doctor-patient relationship. Preliminary studies have shown a decrease in empathy during medical studies. The objective of the study was to measure the impact of therapeutic relationship training (TRT) on students'empathy in group-inspired DFASM1. Material: we conducted an ancillary, controlled, randomized, single-center study of 262 DFASM1 students from the Paris Descartes University in October 2015. The students were randomized to an intervention group that was 7 hours and 30 minutes of TRT and one control group did not have TRTs. At the end of the 3 months, the students completed a survey about a fictitious clinical case and an empathy self-assessment grid (JSPE-MS). They were recognized by a patient-actor (CARE grid) at ECOS stations. Results: on an improvement of empathy by the measurement of the fictitious clinical case in the intervention group compared to the control group (respectively 8.34 (2.15) vs 7.78 (2.01), p-val 0,04)}, and by the measure of the JSPE-MS {representing 110.86 (11.35) against 108.19 (13.02) p-val 0.04}. CARE {62.63 (15.97) vs 64.28 (14.43) p-val 0.4}. Conclusion: TRT allows for improved empathy in DFASM1 students is measured by self-assessment grids, but was measured by a grid of hetero-evaluation. The TRT improves their own perception of their empathic quality but not their ability to communicate to the patient.
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Btissame Betari. Évaluation d’une formation à la relation thérapeutique sur l’empathie des étudiants en DFASM1 mesurée à partir d’un cas clinique fictif. Médecine humaine et pathologie. 2018. ⟨dumas-01927362⟩

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