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3 JNE 2019, 8(5): 19-24 Back to browse issues page
Assess relationship between nurses` spiritual intelligence and self-efficacy
Shourangiz Beiranvand , Fatemeh Safapour, Soudabeh Zarea
lorestan university of sciences , shorangizbiranvand@yahoo.com
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Introduction:  Nurses have an essential role in providing quality care with their behavior and performance. Self-efficacy is the main factor for creating the behavior and performance of human. Spiritual intelligence as the foundation of human beliefs has a positive impact on the performance and flexibility in solving peoplechr('39')s problems. Purpose of this study determines relationship between nurses spiritual intelligence with self-efficacy in the khorramabad city Public hospitals in 2018.
Methods:  Present study was a cross-sectional from type of correlation. The study population was all nurses working at public hospitals of Khoramabad city at 2018. Using the Quota sampling method, 244 samples were selected.  Data were collected using the spiritual intelligence questionnaire and the self-efficacy questionnaire. Data were analyzed using inferential statistics and Pearson correlation test and linear multiple regression (stepwise) with the SPSS software version.
Result: The mean of spiritual intelligence and self-efficacy of the nurses was 148/61 ±17/16 and  61/18 ±8/10.  The findings showed that spiritual intelligence a positive and significant relationship with self – efficacy of the nursesˊ khoramabad city Public hospitals (r = 0/496 ).  Pearsonchr('39')s correlation coefficient showed strong positive correlation between all the components of spiritual intelligence (self – awareness r = 0/258), moral queries (r = 0/321), general thinking (r=0/288), the ability to copper. (r= 0/400) with the self – efficacy. In addition, general thinking and the ability to copper were able to predict 26 percent of the variance of nurses’ self – efficacy.
Conclusion: Nurses with higher spiritual intelligence were more self-efficacy. Therefore, suggested that training and retraining classes be held at regular intervals to enhance nurses chr('39')spiritual skills and then improve self-efficacy and nurseschr('39') performance in health care services.
Keywords: Nurse, Spiritual intelligence, Self-efficacy
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Type of Study: Quantitative-Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2019/02/25 | Accepted: 2020/02/1 | Published: 2020/02/1
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beiranvand S, safapour F, zarea S. Assess relationship between nurses` spiritual intelligence and self-efficacy. 3 JNE. 2019; 8 (5) :19-24
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