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The main purpose of the study is to review the relationship between spiritual intelligence, resilience and spiritual well-being with occupational burnout among nurses in 2012. The present study is a descriptive-correlation type of study. The statistical community of the study includes the whole nurses working in Shafa Yahyaiyan Hospital, Tehran children and Tehran heart center. Among this number, 160 nurses using Cochran formula as a sample having been selected as an available sampling method in this regard. Abdollahzadeh spiritual intelligence (2008), spiritual well-being (SWBS), Conner and Davidson (CD-RIS) resilience as well as demographical features questionnaires were applied to gather the related data. After collecting the data, the related data using Pearson correlation test and regression analysis were analyzed potentially. There was found a significant positive relationship between the spiritual intelligence and two dimensions of the religious well-being and the existentialism well-being and also, there is a positive relationship between the spiritual intelligence, resilience, spiritual wellbeing welfare and its two dimensions of the religious well-being and the existentialism well-being with the personal function but this relationship is negative with the personality metamorphosis. Also, there is a negative relationship between the spiritual intelligence, resilience, spiritual well-being and its one of dimension of existentialism wellbeing with emotional tiredness.
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Author(s): Zeinab Tasharrofi Hamid Reza Hatami and Ali Asghar Asgharnejad
spiritual intelligence, resilience, spiritual well-being, occupational burnout, nurses