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February/March 2016 (vol. 12/5)

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Emotional intelligence at work

Using emotional intelligence in occupational health practice

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Occupational health nurse practitioner David Murana discusses the theory behind emotional intelligence and how its components can be effectively used in OH practice.  

‘EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE’ is a concept that encompasses self-awareness, self-regulation, motivation, empathy and social skill. These are all highly relevant to occupational health (OH) practitioners. This article examines the relevance of emotional intelligence in OH practice and how these core skills can be….

David Murana is an occupational health nurse practitioner and also works at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.

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Occupational Health at Work February/March 2016 (vol. 12/5) pp26-29

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