EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE: ITS RELATIONSHIPS TO STRESS, ANXIETY, AND DEPRESSION AMONG TRANSCULTURAL NURSING STUDENTS
The Main objective of the study is to examine the relationships between emotional intelligence, stress, anxiety and depression among transcultural nursing. The Sample of present study is comprised of 100 male and female (students) of ages 25 to 40 years. The mean age 31.64 and SD is 2.837. Participants of the study were selected from College of Nursing Quetta by applying systematic random sampling technique. The measures used, are: Personal information form, Trait Emotional Intelligence Questionnaire-Short Form (TEIQue-SF; Petrides, & Furnham, 2006), and depression, anxiety and stress Scale- 21 (Lovibond & Lovibond, 1995). Results of present study indicated that there are negative relationships between in emotional intelligence anxiety and depression among healthcare students. Findings of the present study revealed that transcultural nursing is most complex because bilingual and cultural barriers generate complications for nursing.