THE PERCEPTION AND MANAGEMENT OF EMOTIONS IN NURSING STUDENTS UNDER CLINICAL TRAINING

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María Anunciación Jiménez Marcos
Ana María Insausti Serrano
Josune Zubeldia Etxeberria
María José Uranga Iturrioz
Ana Beatriz Bays Moneo
Paula Camelia Trandafir

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BACKGROUND: Patient care must be understood holistically and to achieve this goal, nurses must be aware and familiar with the world of emotions. Poor handling of emotions by nursing professionals can affect their health, also leading to lower-quality care. Therefore, it is important to explore the management of their emotions before becoming a nurse. PURPOSE: To evaluate Perceived Emotional Intelligence in 3rd- year nursing students in an academic context and in clinical practicum. METHODOLOGY: Longitudinal and prospective design. The Trait Meta-Mood Scale-24 was used at three different moments, the first two corresponding to the academic context and the third to the clinical practice context, the age variable was also analyzed. RESULTS: 40 students of an average age (24.81±1.164 years old). Perception and Emotional Regulation were found to be different according to the learning context. Students over the age of 25 years old were also found to perceive their emotions better, but to understand them worse. CONCLUSIONS: Nursing students’ perception of their own emotions may vary in function of their learning context, with age being a factor that has an influence on the management of emotions. Implications: In the design of the nursing program it’s important to include managing emotions and to choose when to do so.

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Jiménez Marcos, M. A., Insausti Serrano, A. M. ., Zubeldia Etxeberria, J. ., Uranga Iturrioz, M. J. ., Bays Moneo, A. B. ., & Trandafir, P. C. . (2022). THE PERCEPTION AND MANAGEMENT OF EMOTIONS IN NURSING STUDENTS UNDER CLINICAL TRAINING. Horizonte De Enfermería, 33(1), 19–32. https://doi.org/10.7764/Horiz_Enferm.33.1.19-32
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María Anunciación Jiménez Marcos, Faculty of Health Sciences, Public University of Navarre. Pamplona (Spain)

Enfermera

Máster Universitario en Investigación en Ciencias de la Salud

Faculty of Health Sciences, Public University of Navarre. Pamplona, Spain

Ana María Insausti Serrano, Faculty of Health Sciences, Public University of Navarre. Pamplona (Spain)

Licenciada en Medicina y Cirugía

Doctor en Medicina y Cirugía

Faculty of Health Sciences, Public University of Navarre. Pamplona, Spain

Josune Zubeldia Etxeberria, Faculty of Medicine and Nursing of San Sebastian. Public University of the Basque Country. San Sebastian (Spain)

 

Enfermera

Master Universitario en Investigación en Ciencias de la Salud

Faculty of Medicine and Nursing of San Sebastian. Public University of the Basque Country. San Sebastian, Spain

 

María José Uranga Iturrioz, Faculty of Medicine and Nursing of San Sebastian. Public University of the Basque Country. San Sebastian (Spain)

 

Enfermera

Licenciada en Antropología Social y Cultural. Doctora

Faculty of Medicine and Nursing of San Sebastian. Public University of the Basque Country. San Sebastian, Spain

 

Ana Beatriz Bays Moneo, Faculty of Health Sciences, Public University of Navarre. Tudela (Spain)

Fisioterapeuta

Máster en Fisioterapia Deportiva, Dra. en Medicina

Faculty of Health Sciences, Public University of Navarre. Tudela, Spain

 

Paula Camelia Trandafir, Faculty of Health Sciences, Public University of Navarre. Pamplona (Spain)

Licenciada en Estadística, Dra.

Faculty of Health Sciences, Public University of Navarre. Pamplona, Spain