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Emotional intelligence

Students' experience of the challenges of using assertive communication

Assertiveness is the ability to express ones' rights, thoughts and feelings without denying the rights of others, creating equality in relationships (Alberti and Emmons, 2017). In health care, it...

Impact of nurses' emotional intelligence on the implementation of a professional practice model in cancer care

The study provides empirical support for the importance of the level of emotional intelligence and its role in nursing. The results on the emotional intelligence level were higher than the results of...

‘It's the relationship you develop with them’: emotional intelligence in nurse leadership. A qualitative study

There are several conceptual definitions of EI (Salovey and Mayer, 1990; Goleman, 1995; Bar-On, 1997), which share similar theoretical foundations, including the ability to monitor one's own and...

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