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RMJ. 2022; 47(2): 438-441


Moderating roles of age, gender, and ranks in the relationship between emotional intelligence and burnout among medical professionals

Sumera Younus, Saira Javed, Shoaib Kiani, Arsalan Haider, Saad Ullah.

Abstract
Objective: To explore the mediating role of age, gender and ranks in the association between emotional intelligence and professional burnout among medical professionals.
Methodology: The study recruited 80 (38.75% female) medical professionals on purposive sampling technique from military Hospital Rawalpindi. We used Schutte emotional intelligence scale and Shirom and Melamed Burnout Scale. Statistical analysis used were Pearson correlation coefficient, normality, t-test, ANOVA, and process for moderation effect.
Results: There was a significant negative association between emotional intelligence with burnout. There is no significant relation between age with emotional intelligence and burnout, although moderating effects of age was found.
Conclusion: Male medical professionals had higher energy and strength to cope with stressors than females. However, experiences and age affect the burnout level of both genders.

Key words: Emotional intelligence, burnout syndrome, healthcare professionals, moderation.


 
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Younus S, Javed S, Kiani S, Haider A, Ullah S. Moderating roles of age, gender, and ranks in the relationship between emotional intelligence and burnout among medical professionals. RMJ. 2022; 47(2): 438-441.


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Younus S, Javed S, Kiani S, Haider A, Ullah S. Moderating roles of age, gender, and ranks in the relationship between emotional intelligence and burnout among medical professionals. https://www.rmj.org.pk/?mno=136018 [Access: May 20, 2022].


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Younus S, Javed S, Kiani S, Haider A, Ullah S. Moderating roles of age, gender, and ranks in the relationship between emotional intelligence and burnout among medical professionals. RMJ. 2022; 47(2): 438-441.



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Younus S, Javed S, Kiani S, Haider A, Ullah S. Moderating roles of age, gender, and ranks in the relationship between emotional intelligence and burnout among medical professionals. RMJ. (2022), [cited May 20, 2022]; 47(2): 438-441.



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Younus, S., Javed, . S., Kiani, . S., Haider, . A. & Ullah, . S. (2022) Moderating roles of age, gender, and ranks in the relationship between emotional intelligence and burnout among medical professionals. RMJ, 47 (2), 438-441.



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Younus, Sumera, Saira Javed, Shoaib Kiani, Arsalan Haider, and Saad Ullah. 2022. Moderating roles of age, gender, and ranks in the relationship between emotional intelligence and burnout among medical professionals. Rawal Medical Journal, 47 (2), 438-441.



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Younus, Sumera, Saira Javed, Shoaib Kiani, Arsalan Haider, and Saad Ullah. "Moderating roles of age, gender, and ranks in the relationship between emotional intelligence and burnout among medical professionals." Rawal Medical Journal 47 (2022), 438-441.



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Younus, Sumera, Saira Javed, Shoaib Kiani, Arsalan Haider, and Saad Ullah. "Moderating roles of age, gender, and ranks in the relationship between emotional intelligence and burnout among medical professionals." Rawal Medical Journal 47.2 (2022), 438-441. Print.



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Younus, S., Javed, . S., Kiani, . S., Haider, . A. & Ullah, . S. (2022) Moderating roles of age, gender, and ranks in the relationship between emotional intelligence and burnout among medical professionals. Rawal Medical Journal, 47 (2), 438-441.








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