Exploration of the interrelationship between emotional intelligence, stress and coping strategies among undergraduate nursing students
Nerissa Asturias, Masters by Research Candidate, College of Health and Biomedicine, School of Nursing and Midwifery, Victoria University, Melbourne, Australia
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The study explored the relationship between emotional intelligence, stress and coping strategies of undergraduate nursing students. Three quarters of the students enrolled in a Bachelor of Nursing course were experiencing significant levels of stress. This result presents the opportunity to develop strategies geared to improving students' learning experiences.
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