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Roudbari M, Mobaderi T. Assessment of Students’ life skills in Iran University of Medical Sciences. RJMS. 2018; 24 (165)
URL: http://rjms.iums.ac.ir/article-1-4928-en.html
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Background: Many people have problems facing life difficulties and also are not able to sort out their life problems. These causes vulnerability and being exposed to psychological and behavioral disorders. These research aims at the life skills in students of Iran University of medical sciences (IUMS).
Methods: This cross-sectional descriptive study was held at IUMS in 2016-7. The target population was all IUMS students with the sample of 342. The sample was chose with stratified random sampling. The research questionnaire had 7 demographic and 142 multi choice questions which divided into 19 sub-scales. The multi choice questions were weighted 0 to 4 to analyze. For data analyses, the descriptive and analytic method such as independent t-test, ANOVA or their nonparametric versions, Chi-square test and correlations in SPSS software were used.
Result: the mean of all sub-scale were more than 2(the mean) and the total mean and SD were 2.51 and 0.1515 respectively. The mean of women life skills in most sub-scales were more men but with no significant differences.  The mean of two sub-scales were significant between academic levels and also the schools of the students. Also, there was significant differences between being in university accommodation and the marital status of the students, but the students who live in accommodation had lower life skills than others. The age of the students had no strong and significant relationship with the students’ life skill.
Conclusion: The means of life skills of the students in all sub-scale were more than the average (i.e. 2) and the life skills sub-scales had no significant differences between genders, accommodation and marital status. The academic levels of the students and their schools also had no significant differences between all sub-scales.
Type of Study: Research | Subject: Biostatistics

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