Advanced Practice Nurses Boost Nursing Home Care

After decades of research on noncognitive intelligence, Salovey and Mayer created the term emotional intelligence in 1990 to describe people who possess self-awareness and social awareness and use this ability in decision making (Cherniss, 2010

Table 1:

Emotional Intelligence Competencies

In addition to supporting the personal competencies' attributes of self-assessment and self-management, research supports associations between EI and characteristics of leadership, communication, and teamwork in business settings (Terziyan & Kaikova, 2015

Table 2:

Advanced Practice Registered Nursing Education Competencies

Table 3:

Leadership, Communication, and Teamwork Matrix for Advanced Practice RNs (APRNs) and Emotional Intelligence (EI) Competencies

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