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Majmaah J Heal Sci. 2019; 7(3): 10-19


Student Nursesí Quality of Life in Majmaah University: A Cross-Sectional Study

Emmanuel Dayao Paragas Jr, Jestoni D. Maniago, Cris Adolfo, Majed Alamri.

Abstract
Background: Despite the vast number of studies related to the studentís quality of life (QoL), only a few were explicitly conducted in the nursing academe in Saudi Arabia.

Aims: This study aimed to determine the profile and QoL of student nurses in a baccalaureate degree program in Saudi Arabia.

Settings and Design: This study utilized a descriptive cross-sectional design and was conducted in the Department of Nursing at Majmaah University, Saudi Arabia.

Methods and Material: The demographics and adopted Arabic WHOQOL-BREF questionnaires were used to collect the data among the 100 nursing students between October and November 2016.

Analysis used: The descriptive statistics and multiple regression analyses were utilized to describe the demographics, and to establish its relationship to the four domains of QoL.

Results: Gender, distance from school, and monthly allowance (p >0.05) were found to have no significant association with the physical, psychological, social, and environment domains of QoL. However, marital status (p

Key words: nursing, quality of life, Saudi Arabia, social factors, students


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