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Title: Effectiveness of a Programmed Lecture on Self-Understanding of Emotion and Autonomy in Novice Nurses
Authors: Kazuyo, Kusaka
Yumi, Chiba
Chifumi, Sato
Keywords: emotional intelligence quotient
autonomy
nurses
a programmed lecture interpersonal relationship
Issue Date: 1-Nov-2010
Citation: The Kitakanto medical journal. 60(4), 353-361 (2010)
Abstract: Purpose: The purpose of this research was to verify the effectiveness of a lecture, which programmed for the ability promotion of interpersonal relationship and autonomy in novice nurses, in order to prevent early resignation and to establish high-quality nursing. Methods: This intervention program consisted of a lecture and a self-check exercise, and it took for 2 hours. To evaluate their emotional changes after the educational intervention program, the participants were asked to answer self-reporting questionnaires including Emotional intelligence Quotient Scale(EQS)and Nursing Autonomy Scale(NAS). Results: Out of 3 areas of“self-effect”,“human-relations”and “situation-reactions”, a significantly higher increase was observed in “situation-reaction”. Furthermore, out of 5 factors in NAS, each score of 4 factors except“Autonomic decision-making ability”and the total score significantly increased after the intervention. There was a significant correlation between the increases in scores of “Self-effect”of EQS and those in “Practice ability”of NAS after the intervention. Consideration: The lecture and self-check exercise were effective on self-understanding and autonomy in novice nurses.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10087/5678
ISSN: 1343-2826
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