BIO Web Conf.
Volume 8, 20172016 International Conference on Medicine Sciences and Bioengineering (ICMSB2016)
|Number of page(s)||7|
|Section||Session II: Bioinformatics|
|Published online||11 January 2017|
Research on community elderly quality of life and its influencing factors in Changchun City of Jilin Province
College of Humanities & Sciences of Northeast Normal University, Changchun City 130117 Jilin Province, China
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Objective: To understand the status and influencing factors of the quality of life of the elderly patients in the community of Changchun City, and provide the basis for drawing up the interventions about improving the quality of life of the elderly patients in the community. Methods: 498 elderly patients were investigated by using random sampling method and QOL - BREF and self-designed questionnaire. Results: The scores of the quality of life were: PSYCH (13.00±1.91), ENVIR (13.39±2.23), PHYS (13.47±1.71) and SOCIL (14.21±2.56). The scores of quality of life self-evaluation and health condition self-evaluation were respectively (72.01±17.14) and (66.30±14.23). The results showed that gender, age, degree of education, marriage situation, vocation, income level can affect four aspects of the quality of life. The main factors influenced the scores of QOL were: leisure opportunities, satisfaction with health care services, satisfaction with sleep, interpersonal relationship, self-appreciation in appearance and satisfaction with the degree of the ability of daily life. Conclusion: The effective measures should be taken to improve the quality of the elderly patients, such as improving the healthy care function, establishing great supporting system in community.
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