The relationship between emotional intelligence and perceived stress among training nurses in Faculty of Health Sciences (FHS) Healthcare disciplines are often identified as high stress professions. Among these disciplines, it is observed that nursing students undergo tremendous amounts of stress during various stages of their course (Papazisis et al, 2008). Nursing focuses on meeting physical, social and emotional health care needs of these individuals. In the process of meeting the needs, nurses
they impact patients, staff, and organizations. For example, organizational climate and culture can significantly impact nurse retention and intent to stay with a facility (Mrayyan, 2008). Also, emotional intelligence and the nature of change intertwine by showing how the use of emotional intelligence allows one to recognize and support emotions and feelings
A treatise on leadership within healthcare has many dimensions. A comprehensive review of the following realms can help illustrate the functional domains of nursing leadership: Innovation, Change Management and Systems Thinking, Communication and Emotional Intelligence; Conflict Resolution; Policy and Advocacy; Decision Making; Organizational Climate and Culture; Influence Vs Power & Leadership and Management; Fiscal Responsibility; Retention and Succession Planning; Quality and Safety; Professional
interaction. From the passage II, can infer that even though the artificial intelligence is currently growing widespread, they still cannot take entirely over humans’ jobs.
been used to spread information, not only in nursing, but also in all kinds of science and folklore. Telling stories and listening evaluates the connections between knowledge and practical tools. Narratives provide the helpful ways to learn, grow professionally, and conduct research. Moreover, it is a useful tool for the mentors to teach new practitioners and reflect skills. Reflection is the step from theory to practice that develops working intelligence. A key recommendation in the narrative reflects
This is evident among the influx of nursing graduates in our country. Pascual’s (2014) study supports this and have found out that Filipino students preferred to take “popular courses”. However, Kupets (2015) contradicts with these and states that there is no consistent significance on the
Reserved, Detected and critically cool. Factor B- score 2. Low intelligence and concrete thinking. Factor C- Score 3. Emotionally less stable, easily gets upset and easily gets affected by feelings. Factor E- Score 5. Neither too submissive nor too dominant. Factor F- Score 4. Sober, serious, prudent and taciturn. Factor
A Study of Impact of Organizational Change on Mental Health, Personality, and Stress in the Employees of Higher Educational Institutions Chapter 1. Introduction 1.1 Background, theoretical basis and definition 1.1.1 Higher Education Introduction 1.1.2 Importance of Higher Education 1.1.3 Higher Education’s Complexity and Problems 1.1.4 Need of Change in Higher Education 1.1.5 Define Personality Mental Well being and stress 1.1.6 Personality (optimism) 1.1.7 Higher