This qualitative research project explored the experiences of nurse
educators who sought to assess aspects, which could be related to
facilitation of emotional competence, in nursing students. Focus
groups were conducted in three different educational institutions,
offering a Bachelor of nursing degree. Each of the participants had
a teaching and assessment role within the school of nursing. The
contributions of the nurse educators and their interactions were
audio taped, transcribed and then later, analysed using thematic
and focus group analysis practices. From the analysis of the
experiences of the nurse educators, four predominant themes arose
which capture the areas of importance to the participants. Student
nurses can develop emotional competence by critically reflecting
during classroom and clinical experiences. Continuous consideration
must be made within each practicing area of nursing, of the
environmental and relational challenges which inhibit or facilitate
nurse's ability to practice with emotional competence.
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