Inteligencia emocional: retrato e importancia en profesionales de la salud (trabajadores del sector fitness, cirujanos y podólogos)
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Educación
emoción
estrés
inteligencia emocional
salud

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Simón Grima, J. (2020). Inteligencia emocional: retrato e importancia en profesionales de la salud (trabajadores del sector fitness, cirujanos y podólogos). Revista De Ciencias De La Comunicación E Información, 25(2), 23-40. https://doi.org/10.35742/rcci.2020.25(2).23-40

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La inteligencia emocional (IE) se refiere a la forma en que las personas perciben, valoran y expresan emociones, y a las habilidades personales, cognitivas y/o sociales que determinan la eficacia de las personas para comprender y afrontar los problemas diarios. Hasta hace unas décadas, poco se sabía acerca de la IE ya que, se consideraba a la inteligencia cognitiva como el único predictor de “éxito” en una persona. No obstante, en los últimos años, ha habido un creciente interés de los investigadores por identificar las connotaciones que tiene la IE con la salud. En esta revisión se muestran los resultados de diferentes investigaciones sobre IE y variables relacionadas con la salud y el desempeño laboral en poblaciones poco estudiadas relacionadas con la salud (trabajadores del sector fitness, cirujanos y podólogos). Se proponen algunas claves para mejorar la IE con el objetivo de reducir el estrés, mejorar la salud mental y social y aumentar la eficacia del afrontamiento ante diferentes agentes estresores (carga laboral, enfermedad o muerte de un familiar, etc.).

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