Quality of Life of Medical University Teachers
Raushangul Magzumova, Indira Bozheyeva, Zaur Mustafayev, Dinara Utepova, Dinara Turzhanova
The paper presents the results of assessing the quality of life (QOL) of the faculty (faculty) of a medical university and some aspects of lifestyle (smoking, nutrition, exercise, marital status, body mass index).
Purpose of the study: To study the quality of life of medical university teachers.
Materials and Methods: The QOL of the teaching staff (n = 104) was studied using a questionnaire (SF-36). Representativeness of the sample: stratification by age, gender, marital status.
Results of the study: It was revealed that there were no differences in QOL in age and gender groups, and the overall indicator of QOL in the teaching staff of the medical university was 72.3.
Conclusions: The mental component is lower than the physical. At the same time, by stratifying respondents by marital status and gender, we found that the mental component is lower in non-family women under 40 years of age.