2021
DOI: 10.1108/ijwhm-10-2020-0173
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Joshua King Safo Lartey, Kwesi Amponsah-Tawiah, Joseph Osafo

Abstract: PurposeNavigating the physical and emotional conditions of patients on daily basis can be emotionally exhaustive, requiring health professional to regulate their emotions in order to provide quality healthcare. The present study set out to examine the consequential effect of emotional intelligence and perceived organizational support (POS) on emotional exhaustion of nurses and midwives in the Ghanaian context. The study also examined the effects of age and cadres of nursing and midwifery on emotional exhaustio…

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