Az onkológusok érzelmei

Translated title of the contribution: The emotions of oncologists

Lazányi Kornélia, P. Molnár, Bugán Antal, C. Kiss, J. Szántó, Gonda Andrea, Tóth Zoltán, Z. Hernádi, Hadijev Janaki, E. Remenyik, Damjanovich László, Dinya Tamás, Flaskó Tibor, Bágyi Péter, Szluha Kornélia

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Emotions are parts of organizational reality to an ever increasing extent. Importantly, they are not just tools in the hand of healthcare workers to achieve better physician / healthcare professional-to-patient interactions but intrinsic processes and characteristics with psychic, cognitive and somatic actions. For a thorough investigation of the issue, a PANAS-X questionnaire was used to examine the emotions of 187 physicians and other healthcare professionals, all engaged in oncology, in 2009. The research succeeded in exploring the overall emotional state oncology professionals had assumed in relation with their job as well as enabled the authors of this study to draw the respondents' emotional map and assess their fundamental emotional attitudes. Furthermore, the authors managed to identify groups of respondents that had felt more intense positive, and/or less intense negative emotions that are socially accepted than others. They included those of senior experienced oncologists, males, individuals with families, childless individuals, ward workers, and skilled professionals. According to the findings, the range of emotions an oncologist experiences / feels intently during his everyday work is dependent upon a great number of factors.

Original languageHungarian
Pages (from-to)205-212
Number of pages8
JournalMagyar Onkologia
Volume55
Issue number3
Publication statusPublished - 2011

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Kornélia, L., Molnár, P., Antal, B., Kiss, C., Szántó, J., Andrea, G., ... Kornélia, S. (2011). Az onkológusok érzelmei. Magyar Onkologia, 55(3), 205-212.

Az onkológusok érzelmei. / Kornélia, Lazányi; Molnár, P.; Antal, Bugán; Kiss, C.; Szántó, J.; Andrea, Gonda; Zoltán, Tóth; Hernádi, Z.; Janaki, Hadijev; Remenyik, E.; László, Damjanovich; Tamás, Dinya; Tibor, Flaskó; Péter, Bágyi; Kornélia, Szluha.

In: Magyar Onkologia, Vol. 55, No. 3, 2011, p. 205-212.

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Kornélia, L, Molnár, P, Antal, B, Kiss, C, Szántó, J, Andrea, G, Zoltán, T, Hernádi, Z, Janaki, H, Remenyik, E, László, D, Tamás, D, Tibor, F, Péter, B & Kornélia, S 2011, 'Az onkológusok érzelmei', Magyar Onkologia, vol. 55, no. 3, pp. 205-212.
Kornélia L, Molnár P, Antal B, Kiss C, Szántó J, Andrea G et al. Az onkológusok érzelmei. Magyar Onkologia. 2011;55(3):205-212.
Kornélia, Lazányi ; Molnár, P. ; Antal, Bugán ; Kiss, C. ; Szántó, J. ; Andrea, Gonda ; Zoltán, Tóth ; Hernádi, Z. ; Janaki, Hadijev ; Remenyik, E. ; László, Damjanovich ; Tamás, Dinya ; Tibor, Flaskó ; Péter, Bágyi ; Kornélia, Szluha. / Az onkológusok érzelmei. In: Magyar Onkologia. 2011 ; Vol. 55, No. 3. pp. 205-212.
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