The level of emotional intelligence of nurses providing care for older people in retirement hom

Published on Nov 25, 2016in Mefanet Journal
Andrea Pokorná7
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Lada Cetlová2
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+ 4 AuthorsAnneyce Knight4
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AIM AND OBJECTIVES: Defining the components of emotional competence in caring for older people in Iranian hospitals. BACKGROUND: People of older age are the largest recipients of healthcare services in hospitals. Thus, it is essential to establish what characteristics of emotional competence are required for nursing older people. DESIGN: This qualitative descriptive-exploratory study was conducted in Iran from September 2015 to April 2016. METHODS: Semi-structured interviews were conducted with ...
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