Measured emotional intelligence ability and grade point average in nursing students.

@article{Codier2014MeasuredEI,
  title={Measured emotional intelligence ability and grade point average in nursing students.},
  author={Estelle E Codier and Ellen Odell},
  journal={Nurse education today},
  year={2014},
  volume={34 4},
  pages={608-12}
}
BACKGROUND For most schools of nursing, grade point average is the most important criteria for admission to nursing school and constitutes the main indicator of success throughout the nursing program. In the general research literature, the relationship between traditional measures of academic success, such as grade point average and postgraduation job performance is not well established. In both the general population and among practicing nurses, measured emotional intelligence ability… CONTINUE READING

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