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What will reverse the epidemic of burnout among doctors? This case study at Shirley Ryan AbilityLab found a brief emotional intelligence intervention dramatically increased doctors’ capacity to avoid burnout.
Recent research at Liberty University finds that medical students’ emotional intelligence scores declined across the board during their training – even as a growing body of evidence points to the importance of EQ in modern healthcare.
To practice EQ means you are seeking opportunities to tune into emotion, making careful choices about how you are thinking, feeling, and acting, and doing that in a way that’s purposeful.
What is the connection between healthcare leader’s emotional intelligence and how engaged their employees are? Key insights from a new study by Dr. Ekta Vyas, in the International Journal of Strategic Management.
Collaboration has emerged as a critical “doorway” to positive outcomes in healthcare, but without emotional intelligence it’s nearly impossible to change from the old model — a little neuroscience shows why.
As the pace of healthcare increases, empathy is becoming scarce. Yet research shows that empathy actually may save time – and save lives. The learnable skills of emotional intelligence may be an essential ingredient in supporting providers to meaningfully and effectively connect with patients.