Nurses’ Self-Compassion and Its Correlation to Emotional Intelligence

Nazhara Asyiyyah, Mahargyantari Purwani Dewi


Almost daily nurses works always involve feelings and emotions, so that in providing care to patients, nurses are required to have high emotional intelligence. To trigger the growth of emotional intelligence, nurses need the ability to provide understanding and concern for themselves when facing difficulties. This study aims to examine empirically the relationship between self-compassion and emotional intelligence on nurses. This study used a quantitative method for 86 nurses who worked in hospitals. The data analysis technique used in this study is product moment correlation and the coefficient obtained is r = 0.549 with a significance level of p = 0.01. So the hypothesis in this study is accepted, there is a very significant relationship between self-compassion and emotional intelligence on nurses.

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