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The title of this research is whether there is any relationship between Emotional Intelligence and Job Satisfaction among Healthcare chaplains in the United State?

I am a doctoral learner under the supervision of Dr. Warrick Stewart. Dr. Stewart is a member of the College of Doctoral Studies at Grand Canyon University. I am Paul S. Nomsule and I can be reached at 4127084041, or by email at (

I am conducting a research study to ascertain whether there is a relationship between Emotional intelligence and job satisfaction among healthcare chaplains in the United States.  

How do I know I can be in this study? You are eligible to participate in this research if you:

•>18 years old;

• have at least one unit of clinical pastoral education (CPE); and

• are a healthcare chaplain for at least a year in a status of either full-time or part-time.

You are not eligible to participate in this research if you:

•< 18 years old;

• are not a healthcare chaplain;

• do not have one unit of clinical pastoral education;

• are less than a year as either a full-time or part-time healthcare chaplain.

 What am I being asked to do? If you agree to be in this study, you will be asked to:

What: Respond to the Emotional Quotient Inventory 2.0 survey and Job Descriptive Inventory/Job in General surveys. Anyone who wishes to be part of the study will do so by filling out the EQ-i 2.0 and JDI/JIG through the links provided in the flyer.
When: Please click on Link 1: SurveyMonkey link to consent first.
Where: You can respond to the survey at your location of choice.
How: EQ-i 2.0 has 133 short items. It takes a respondent between 30-45 minutes to complete 133 items. Attend to the survey in a single sitting.
The JDI/JIG   has 90 short items. It takes a respondent between 15-30 minutes to complete to the 90 items.
Respond honestly as you answer the survey questions.
Who will have access to my information? Paul Sangeavur Nomsule, my dissertation chair, Dr. Warrick Stewart, and my committee members Dr. Albert Chavez and Dr. Abraham Mozes Carmel will also have access to the information.

•Taking part in this study is voluntary. However, you can leave the study at any time, even if you have not finished, without any penalty or loss of benefits to which you are otherwise entitled. If you decide to stop participation, you may do so by not responding to the survey. I will not use the data I gathered from you.

Any possible risks or discomforts? There is no foreseeable risk or discomfort related to this study.

Any direct benefits for me? There are no direct benefits if you decide to participate in this study.

•If you decide to participate, indirect benefits to you are:

•This study may add valuable knowledge to the field of pastoral care. It may add value to evidence-based practice in CPE. It could be resourceful the training of healthcare chaplains across the U.S. Pastoral care departments could also use EQ-i 2.0 as a tool to facilitate recruitment and hiring of new healthcare chaplains.

•This study could play a role in enhancing job satisfaction of healthcare chaplains. This can be achieved through the effective use of EI. EI can be self-care resource- burnout, compassion fatigue

•Any compensation for me? There will be no payment for taking part in this study
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