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The Mediating Role of Personal Intelligence in the Relationship Between Moral Agency and Compassionate Healthcare in Nurses Working in the Corona Ward
Mozaffar Ghaffari , Ahmad Esmali , Reza Mohammadi
, Mozaffar.ghaffari@yahoo.com
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Introduction: Compassionate care has important effects on patient care quality and is an
indispensable element of patient-centered care. The aim of this study was to determine the mediating role of personal intelligence in the relationship between moral agency and compassionate healthcare in nurses working in the corona ward
Methods: The research method applied in this study was correlational and of structural equation modeling. Participants statistical of the present study include 247 nurses of corona care units in the west Azerbaijan Province at 2020 years that have been select by convenience sampling. Mayer personal intelligence questionnaire, Rodriguez compassionate healthcare scale, Black moral agency test and demographic questionnaire were used for data collection. The data were analyzed by Pearson correlation coefficient, Bootstrap and Sobel test.
Results: The results indicated that responsibility, group pressure and external attribution with the role of personal intelligence are involved in explaining the models of compassionate healthcare in nurses working in the corona ward, in which case the variance of compassionate healthcare in nurses through variables of the model is explained by 19% in total. The direct effect of personal intelligence (0.18), responsibility (0.15), group pressure (-0.16) and external attribution (-0.17) were significant in estimating compassionate healthcare. Also, the results of the Sobel test showed that the indirect effects of responsibility (t-value = 2.17), group pressure (t-value = 2.46) and external attribution (t-value = 2.42) through personal intelligence on compassionate healthcare were significant.
Conclusion: Considering the direct and indirect effects of the personal intelligence and moral agency on compassionate healthcare, it can be concluded that compassionate healthcare can be increased by enhancing responsibility and personal intelligence.
Keywords: Personal, Intelligence, Moral, Agency, compassionate care, Corona, Nurse.
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Type of Study: Quantitative-Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2021/09/12 | Accepted: 2022/04/30 | Published: 2022/04/30
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Ghaffari M, Esmali A, Mohammadi R. The Mediating Role of Personal Intelligence in the Relationship Between Moral Agency and Compassionate Healthcare in Nurses Working in the Corona Ward. 3 JNE. 2022; 11 (3) :53-62
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نشریه آموزش پرستاری Journal of Nursing Education
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