Publikasi Scopus FKUI Tahun 2010 s/d 2020 (data Per 3 Februari 2021)

Findyartini A., Felaza E., Setyorini D., Mustika R.
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Relationship between empathy and motivation in undergraduate medical students [Beziehung zwischen Empathie und Motivation bei Medizinstudenten im Bachelorstudiengang]
2020
GMS Journal for Medical Education
37
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Doc43
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University Indonesia, Faculty of Medicine, Department of Medical Education, Jakarta, Indonesia; University Indonesia, Faculty of Medicine, Medical Education Center, Indonesian Medical Education and Research Institute (IMERI), Jakarta, Indonesia
Findyartini, A., University Indonesia, Faculty of Medicine, Department of Medical Education, Jakarta, Indonesia, University Indonesia, Faculty of Medicine, Medical Education Center, Indonesian Medical Education and Research Institute (IMERI), Jakarta, Indonesia; Felaza, E., University Indonesia, Faculty of Medicine, Department of Medical Education, Jakarta, Indonesia, University Indonesia, Faculty of Medicine, Medical Education Center, Indonesian Medical Education and Research Institute (IMERI), Jakarta, Indonesia; Setyorini, D., University Indonesia, Faculty of Medicine, Medical Education Center, Indonesian Medical Education and Research Institute (IMERI), Jakarta, Indonesia; Mustika, R., University Indonesia, Faculty of Medicine, Department of Medical Education, Jakarta, Indonesia, University Indonesia, Faculty of Medicine, Medical Education Center, Indonesian Medical Education and Research Institute (IMERI), Jakarta, Indonesia
Background: Undergraduate medical education is important for encour-aging empathy which is a critical component of patient-physician com-munication. Studies show a decline in empathy once medical students enter their clinical years. Since empathy is also a “motivated phenomen-on”, the current study aims to explore the relationship between empathy and students’ motivation types. Methods: This cross-sectional study used a total sampling approach to recruit medical students in years 1-5. The Jefferson Scale of Physician Empathy (JSPE) was used to measure empathy in medical students and the Academic Motivation Scale (AMS) was utilised to assess student motivation. Following descriptive analyses, the differences in empathy scores based on motivation type was assessed using Kruskal-Wallis test and post-hoc Mann-Whitney test. Furthermore, the Spearman’s rank correlation analysis was completed to assess the relationship between students’ empathy and motivation type. The analyses were completed for each of year 1-5. Results: A total of 827 completed questionnaires (71.3% response rate) were analysed, showing strong internal consistency. Most students displayed high intrinsic and high controlled motivation. Motivation type was found to be consistently associated with empathy. Conclusions: The present study highlights the association of motivation with empathy in undergraduate medical students with an increasingly low empathy score the more the motivation profile is towards being Low Intrinsic and Low Controlled. © 2020 Findyartini et al.
Empathy; Motivation; Undergraduate medical students
article; correlation analysis; cross-sectional study; empathy; human; human experiment; internal consistency; Kruskal Wallis test; medical education; medical student; motivation; physician; questionnaire; rank sum test
German Medical Science GMS Publishing House
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