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Emotional Control in Surgical and Intensive Care Nursing: Sociodemographic Differences


Pačarić, Stana; Nemčić, Ana; Farčić, Nikolina; Trazer, Vanja
Emotional Control in Surgical and Intensive Care Nursing: Sociodemographic Differences // Southeastern European medical journal, 2 (2019), 2; 1-7 doi:10.26332/seemedj.v2i2.76 (međunarodna recenzija, članak, stručni)


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Naslov
Emotional Control in Surgical and Intensive Care Nursing: Sociodemographic Differences

Autori
Pačarić, Stana ; Nemčić, Ana ; Farčić, Nikolina ; Trazer, Vanja

Izvornik
Southeastern European medical journal (2459-9484) 2 (2019), 2; 1-7

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Radovi u časopisima, članak, stručni

Ključne riječi
emotional intelligence ; self-control ; nurses ; thinking

Sažetak
Aim: To determine whether there is a difference in the impact of emotion on memory, behaviour, thinking and mood with regard to age, gender, level of education and length of service. Methods: Research included 105 nurses. It was conducted anonymously by a standardized Emotional Regulation and Control Questionnaire (ERIK). Results: Average rating on the scale was somewhat lower for men, respondents under 30 years of age and respondents with a university degree. Average rating on the emotional regulation and control scale were significantly higher for respondents with 31 and more years of service (Kruskal-Wallis test, p=0.046). Regarding male respondents, there is a significant correlation of age (Spearman's correlation coefficient, =0.429, p=0.020) and length of service (Spearman's correlation coefficient, =0.412, p=0.026) with their overall score on the scale. Regarding female correspondents, there is no significant correlation between age and their overall score on the emotional regulation and control scale and sub-scales. Considering the age of respondents, results indicate that the decrease in the ability to control emotional reactions is proportional to the increase in age, but not to a significant degree. Regarding elderly respondents, the value of emotional regulation and control is higher in comparison to younger respondents (Spearman's correlation coefficient, =0.440, p=0.017). Conclusion: Increase in length of service decreases the ability to control emotional reactions and there are no significant differences in emotional control with regard to gender, age and educational background.

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Kliničke medicinske znanosti



POVEZANOST RADA


Ustanove
Medicinski fakultet, Osijek,
Fakultet za dentalnu medicinu i zdravstvo, Osijek

Profili:

Avatar Url Nikolina Farčić (autor)

Avatar Url Stana Pačarić (autor)

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Pačarić, Stana; Nemčić, Ana; Farčić, Nikolina; Trazer, Vanja
Emotional Control in Surgical and Intensive Care Nursing: Sociodemographic Differences // Southeastern European medical journal, 2 (2019), 2; 1-7 doi:10.26332/seemedj.v2i2.76 (međunarodna recenzija, članak, stručni)
Pačarić, S., Nemčić, A., Farčić, N. & Trazer, V. (2019) Emotional Control in Surgical and Intensive Care Nursing: Sociodemographic Differences. Southeastern European medical journal, 2 (2), 1-7 doi:10.26332/seemedj.v2i2.76.
@article{article, year = {2019}, pages = {1-7}, DOI = {10.26332/seemedj.v2i2.76}, keywords = {emotional intelligence, self-control, nurses, thinking}, journal = {Southeastern European medical journal}, doi = {10.26332/seemedj.v2i2.76}, volume = {2}, number = {2}, issn = {2459-9484}, title = {Emotional Control in Surgical and Intensive Care Nursing: Sociodemographic Differences}, keyword = {emotional intelligence, self-control, nurses, thinking} }

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