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    Death anxiety, coping strategies, and empathy among Thai physicians in Chiang Mai 

    Handagoon, Sasisupa Arizaiah; Varma, Parvathy (Bangkok : Assumption University, 2019)

    This study investigates the relationship of years of experience and death anxiety to the empathy of Thai physicians in Chiang Mai toward their patients, as mediated by coping strategies (engaged, disengaged, and both). A total of 143 physicians (ages of 25 and 75) from four hospitals in Chiang Mai, who completed a self-administered questionnaire that was designed to measure the study’s variables, namely demography, death anxiety, coping strategy, and empathy. The results of the study indicate that the years of experience of Chiang Mai’s ...