Background: Caring is an interpersonal process that is characterized by expert nursing, interpersonal sensitivity and intimate relationships. It is the basic factor that distinguishes between nurses and other health professions and therefore have a significant impact on the patient’s perception about their hospital experience. (Kaur D, Sambas I M, Kumar N.2015,a)
The aim of the study is to correlate the emotional intelligence and spiritual intelligence with the caring behavior among staff nurses with a view to develop a sensitization programme.
Methods: Descriptive correlational research design with simple random sampling was used to collect the data from 125 staff nurses from a selected hospital in Bangalore. Data was collected by three standardized questionnaires. Of which the Caring Behavior Inventory- 24 tool was administered to 3 patients for each staff nurse through Lottery method, whom the nurse cared for a minimum 3 days.
Results: The study revealed that there is a moderate positive correlation between Emotional Intelligence and Spiritual Intelligence.And the caring behavior of staff nurses as perceived by their patients was 80.89%. The study also revealed that 79.20% of staff nurses manages other’s emotions, 71.6% of staff nurses has the ability to construct personal meaning and purpose in all physical and mental experiences.
Conclusion: There is significant positive correlation between Emotional intelligence and Spiritual intelligence.
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