Emotional intelligence and internet addiction among nursing interns

  title={Emotional intelligence and internet addiction among nursing interns},
  author={Azza Fathi Ibrahim and Dalal Talat Akel and Laila Abbass Mahmoud Abd El Fatah and Mohammad Othman Abudari},
  journal={Clinical nursing studies},
Nursing graduates, during the internship period, carry a lot of duties and responsibilities which obligates them to use proficient emotional abilities. Emotional intelligence (EI) is the aptitude to manage emotions intelligently which includes a group of emotional and cognitive competencies. There are multiple factors that affect EI. One of them is internet addiction (IA). The aims of this study are to determine the EI and IA levels among nursing interns and to investigate the relationship… 

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