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:: Volume 1, Issue 1 (Winter 2012) ::
JHPM 2012, 1(1): 7-16 Back to browse issues page
The effect of emotional intelligence education on job conflict in nurses
Akhoond lotfali P , Hosseini M.A , Khankeh H.R , Fallahi Khoshknab M , Hosseinzadeh S
USWR , mahmaimy@yahoo.com
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Introduction: Today,conflictisaninevitablepart ofhumancommunicationinthehealthstructures. One of themost importantskillsthatarecharacteristicabilityinconflict resolutionishavingemotional intelligence.Present research is an attempted to determine the effect of emotional intelligence training on conflict in nurses. Methods and Materials:The study was conducted using semi experimental applied design with control/trail group. Study sample included 56 nurses based on inclusion criteria sampling and in the next step balanced block randomization sampling was used for assigning 2 groups of: control group (n=29), and Trial group (n=27). The researchers used 3 questionnaires including: Socio-demographic,Duberin Job Conflict Questioner and Bar-On Emotional Intelligence Questioner to gather data. Content and face validity of the questioners were measured by experts’ nurses. The reliability (Cronbach's alpha) coefficients for these scales were: job conflict (85%) and emotional intelligence (95%) confirmed. At the beginning, of this study all participants completed the questionnaires as pretest, then EI skills in 6 hours presented only for trail group, one weeks (each week they got 2 education package) after intervention, all subjects (in 2 groups) again completed questionnaires. The statistical software used was SPSS (v.11.5) for windows. Also paired T, Chi-square and Hapker tested were used. Findings: Findings showed that there were no significant differences between the test and control group in terms of demographic characteristics except of marriage. Findings indicated that there are no significant differences between trail and control group in total and subscales EI score. However, finding indicated that there was a significant differences between before and after findings in trail group total and subscales EI score (p=0.049), and in job conflict(p=0.0001) and conflict score (p=0.000). Conclusions: According to our findings in the present research, emotional intelligence education has been highly effective on the job conflict in nurses. Key
Keywords: Job conflict, Emotional intelligence, Nurses.
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: nursing management & administration
Received: 2012/05/23 | Published: 2012/01/15
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Akhoond lotfali P, Hosseini M.A, Khankeh H.R, Fallahi Khoshknab M, Hosseinzadeh S. The effect of emotional intelligence education on job conflict in nurses. JHPM 2012; 1 (1) :7-16
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