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Akbarzadeh H, Naghizadeh H. Emotional intelligence and burn-out among the managers and nurses of university hospitals in Yazd . tkj. 2014; 6 (1) :37-47
URL: http://tkj.ssu.ac.ir/article-1-470-en.html

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Background: Emotional intelligence is a group of abilities and non cognitive skills that increase individual success ability against stress and environment contingency specially burn-out and jab stress. The aim of this research was assessment the relation between emotional intelligence and burn-out among the managers and nurses in university hospitals in Yazd. Methods: This research is of correlation type which 200 subject selected randomly and participated in this research. The degree of emotional intelligence behaviors and burn-out was evaluated by questionnaires. Correlation coefficient of Pearson's and step by step coefficient of regression and t-test used to for data analysis at the level significant P<0.05. Results: Significantly difference of emotional intelligence and burn-out among two genders was observed (P<0.05). Also reverse significantly correlation between emotional intelligence and burn-out was observed (P<0.05). Emotional intelligence behaviors especially self-perception, empathy and motivation had significantly affect on burn-out anticipation. Conclusion: Emotional intelligence behaviors could decrease burn-out, so we could suggest that medical organizations try to have educational periods to increase emotional intelligence and reduce burn-out.
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: occupational medicine
Received: 2014/04/17 | Accepted: 2014/04/17 | Published: 2014/04/17

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