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Emotional intelligence and professional quality of life in the work commitment of a MINSA center, Lima 2023

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Yoni Magali Maita-Cruz ,
Yoni Magali Maita-Cruz

Universidad Cesar Vallejo, Lima. Lima, Perú

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Olguin Grandez-Culqui ,
Olguin Grandez-Culqui

Universidad Privada Continental, Lima. Lima, Perú

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Henry Lowell Allpas- Gomez ,
Henry Lowell Allpas- Gomez

Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos, Lima. Lima, Perú

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Rosa Estrella Pillman-Infanson ,
Rosa Estrella Pillman-Infanson

Universidad Cesar Vallejo, Lima. Lima, Perú

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Daniel Barboza-Minaya ,
Daniel Barboza-Minaya

Universidad Nacional Federico Villareal, Lima. Lima, Perú

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Flor Eduvines Hilario-Velásquez ,
Flor Eduvines Hilario-Velásquez

Universidad Cesar Vallejo, Lima. Lima, Perú

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Abstract

Introduction: The research addresses the influence of emotional intelligence and professional quality of life on work commitment in a MINSA health center in Lima, based on the Emotional Capacity Theory and Karasek's demand control model.
Objective: This is a basic study, with a quantitative approach, cross-sectional and explanatory design.
Method: The population includes collaborators of the center selected by simple random sampling, resulting in a sample of 183 individuals. Questionnaires were used to collect data on the variables of interest, and the analysis was performed with SPSS 27, applying descriptive and inferential statistics.
Results: A significant relationship was found between the variables studied, highlighting the importance of emotional intelligence and professional quality of life for work commitment.
Conclusion: It is concluded that there is a relationship between these variables, without offering additional recommendations or solutions.

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Maita Cruz Y, Grandez-Culqui O, Allpas- Gomez HL, Pillman-Infanson RE, Barboza-Minaya D, Hilario-Velásquez FE. Emotional intelligence and professional quality of life in the work commitment of a MINSA center, Lima 2023. Salud, Ciencia y Tecnología [Internet]. 2024 May 17 [cited 2024 Jun. 20];4:940. Available from: https://revista.saludcyt.ar/ojs/index.php/sct/article/view/940

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