Analysis of Conscientious Intelligence Levels of Students Studying at the Faculty of Health Sciences of a Foundation University

Health professions are among the professional groups that need to coexist with many features such as empathy, moral behavior, honesty, fair behavior, tolerant behavior, patience, respect, being helpful and conscientious.The aim of this study is to reveal the levels of conscientious intelligence in the students of the Faculty of Health Sciences, who are candidates for working in healthcare professions.In this study, descriptive research model, one of the quantitative research methods, was used. In our study, the study group of the research consists of a total of 214 students, 62 of whom are male and 152 of which are women, aged between 18 and 29, selected by the method of easy access sampling, selected from students studying at a University of Vakıf University, Faculty of Health Sciences in Istanbul. In our study, “Personal Information Form” and “Conscientious Intelligence Scale (VZÖ)” were used as data collection tools. In our study, SPSS (Statistical Package for Social Sciences) for Windows 24 program was used to analyze the data. In our study, parametric test statistics were used to compare the data. When comparing the scores obtained from the scale, independent t test statistics are used according to gender and age variable, while the department, education, class, ethnicity, religious Cronbach Alpha coefficient, 78.80 for the total dimensions of the survey, factor loads for the 7 subdimensions of the survey 71.50 - Calculated between 80.70. In our study, the total ethical value score of the participants was 19.53, the total score of moral value was 22.34, the total score of responsibility towards the creator was 16.37, the total score of mercy was 22.50, the total awareness of conscious awareness was 20.34, the total sensitivity of social awareness was 16.88, the total wisdom score was 16.31 and the total score of conscientious intelligence was 124.91. In our study, social sensitivity (p

Bir Vakıf Üniversitesinin Sağlık Bilimleri Fakültesinde Okuyan Öğrencilerin Vicdani Zekâ Seviyelerinin Analizi

Sağlık meslekleri empati, ahlaki davranış, dürüstlük, adil davranış, hoşgörülü davranış, sabır, saygı, yardımsever ve vicdanlı olmak gibi birçok özelliğin bir arada bulunması gereken profesyonel meslekler arasındadır. Bu çalışmanın amacı, sağlık mesleklerinde çalışmaya aday olan Sağlık Bilimleri Fakültesi öğrencilerinin vicdani zekâ düzeylerini ortaya koymaktır. Bu çalışmada nicel araştırma yöntemlerinden betimsel araştırma modeli kullanılmıştır. Çalışmamızda çalışma grubu olarak İstanbul’daki bir Vakıf Üniversitesi, Sağlık Bilimleri Fakültesinde öğrenim görmekte olan 62'si erkek, 152'si kadın olan ve 18 ve 29 yaşları arasında, kolay erişimli örnekleme yöntemi ile seçilen, toplam 214 öğrenciden oluşmaktadır. Çalışmamızda veri toplama aracı olarak “Kişisel Bilgi Formu” ve “Vicdani Zekâ Ölçeği (VZÖ)” kullanılmıştır. Çalışmamızda verileri analiz etmek için SPSS (Sosyal Bilimler için İstatistiksel Paket) Windows 24 programı kullanılmıştır. Çalışmamızda verileri karşılaştırmak için parametrik test istatistikleri kullanıldı. Ölçekten elde edilen puanlar karşılaştırılırken cinsiyet ve yaş değişkenine göre bağımsız t testi istatistiği kullanılırken; bölüm, eğitim, sınıf, etnik köken, dini inanış etkisine bakıldı. Cronbach Alfa katsayısı, anketin toplam boyutları için 78,80, Anketin 7 alt boyutu 71,50- 80,70 arasında hesaplanmıştır. Çalışmamızda, katılımcıların toplam etik değer puanı 19,53, ahlaki değerin toplam puanı 22,34, yaratıcıya karşı toplam sorumluluk puanı 16,37, toplam merhamet puanı 22,50, toplam bilinç farkındalığı farkındalık 20,34, sosyal farkındalığın toplam duyarlılığı 16,88, toplam bilgelik puanı 16,31 ve vicdani zekâ toplam puanı 124,91'dir. Çalışmamızda katılımcıların vicdani zekâ alt boyutlarının sosyal duyarlılık (p

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