Objective: To compare awareness about concept of social wellness in male and female first year medical students.
Methods: It was a cross sectional, questionnaire based study conducted from February till December 2010.
Responses on aspects of social wellness were rated never, sometimes, mostly and always from lowest to highest (1-
4); evaluated as frequency, proportion and percentages by PASW (Predictive analysis software) version 18. Chi
square test was applied for comparison of social wellness in both genders; results to be declared significant with p
Keywords: Wellness, Social wellness, Medical education.
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