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The study, which was conducted under the direction of McLean Hospital researchers and the findings of the research were published in the journal 'American Journal of Psychiatry'. | HealthThe study, which was conducted under the direction of McLean Hospital researchers and the findings of the research were published in the journal 'American Journal of Psychiatry'.

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The problem of learning burnout of medical students is becoming prominent, and empathy can play a good predictive role in learning burnout. The present study aimed to investigate the relationship between empathy and learning burnout, as well as the mediation effect of resilience in this relation. Five hundred and eighty-eighth college students from a key medical university in Yunnan Province was investigated using the Basic Empathy Scale, Learning Burnout Scale, and Connor-Davidson Resilience Scale. All the measures showed good reliability and validity in the present study. Data were analyzed using SPSS 23.0 and Amos 22.0. Using structural equation modeling, we tested a conceptual model indicated that: (1) medical students' empathy negatively and significantly predicted learning burnout; (2) medical students' empathy positively predicts mental resilience; (3) resilience of medical students negatively predicts learning burnout; (4) resilience partially mediated the relationship between empathy and learning burnout of medical students, while also controlling for family socioeconomic status. These findings highlight the mediating role of resilience in the effect of empathy on learning burnout of medical college students. It may contribute to a better understanding of the effect of empathy. Moreover, it can also provide constructive suggestions for protecting and improve empathy and resilience of medical college students.Objective The problem of learning burnout of medical students is becoming prominent, and empathy can play a good predictive role in learning burnout. The present study aimed to investigate the relationship between empathy and learning burnout, as well as the mediation effect of resilience in this relation. Methods Five hundred and eighty-eighth college students from a key medical university in Yunnan Province was investigated using the Basic Empathy Scale, Learning Burnout Scale, and Connor-Davidson Resilience Scale. All the measures showed good reliability and validity in the present study. Data were analyzed using SPSS 23.0 and Amos 22.0. Results Using structural equation modeling, we tested a conceptual model indicated that: (1) medical students' empathy negatively and significantly predicted learning burnout; (2) medical students' empathy positively predicts mental resilience; (3) resilience of medical students negatively predicts learning burnout; (4) resilience partially mediated the relationship between empathy and learning burnout of medical students, while also controlling for family socioeconomic status. Conclusion These findings highlight the mediating role of resilience in the effect of empathy on learning burnout of medical college students. It may contribute to a better understanding of the effect of empathy. Moreover, it can also provide constructive suggestions for protecting and improve empathy and resilience of medical college students.

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Get latest articles and stories on Health at LatestLY. The presence of dissociation, a profound sense of detachment from one's sense of self or surroundings may indicate a high risk of developing severe post-traumatic stress disorder, anxiety, physical pain, depression, and social impairment for people who have experienced trauma, according to findings from the largest prospective study of its kind. Health News | Feeling of Detachment After Trauma Has Worse Impact on Mental Health, Reveals Study.Get latest articles and stories on Health at LatestLY. The presence of dissociation, a profound sense of detachment from one's sense of self or surroundings may indicate a high risk of developing severe post-traumatic stress disorder, anxiety, physical pain, depression, and social impairment for people who have experienced trauma, according to findings from the largest prospective study of its kind. Health News | Feeling of Detachment After Trauma Has Worse Impact on Mental Health, Reveals Study.

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