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Title: Técnicas actorales e inteligencia emocional para profesionales de la salud: Aprendizaje transformacional
Author: Solsona de la Serna, Esther
Pujol, Jordi
Llistar, Salvador
Barberà Gregori, Elena  
Giménez Gómez, Nuria
Keywords: Communication
Emotional intelligence
Empathy
Professional competence
Health personnel
Nurses
Issue Date: 1-Dec-2015
Publisher: Index de Enfermeria
Citation: Solsona de la Serna, E., Pujol, J., Llistar, S., Barberà, E. & Giménez, N. (2015). Técnicas actorales e inteligencia emocional para profesionales de la salud: Aprendizaje transformacional. Index de Enfermeria, 24(4), 240-244. doi: 10.4321/S1132-12962015000300011
Also see: https://doi.org/10.4321/s1132-12962015000300011
Abstract: The task of the healthcare professionals is a combination of science and art, knowledge and technical resources coupled with emotional intelligence. Aim: To know, through acting training techniques that enhance the development of emotional intelligence, the opinion of the professionals working in healthcare centers and their reflections on their experience. Methods: From 2008 to 2013, a multidisciplinary team conducted fifteen editions of a training course on how to recognize and manage one's emotions. The experience was assessed using mixed methods: qualitative (reflexive essays) and quantitative methods (satisfaction questionnaire, 1-to-10 scale). Results: A total of 231 professionals participated: 26% were nurses, 6% physicians, and 68% auxiliary nurses. The reflexive essays of the participants reflected their satisfaction and their perception of having re-discovered resources and natural abilities to promote communication and professional and personal growth. The average rating for satisfaction was 9.75 points. Conclusions: The training was perceived as effective. The participants were enthusiastic towards the experience that combined a environment to express their emotions appropriately together with guided acting training techniques.
Language: Spanish
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10609/102384
ISSN: 1132-1296MIAR
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