QUALIDADE DE VIDA DE MULHERES E AS CARACTERÍSTICAS SOCIODEMOGRÁFICAS ASSOCIADAS

Larissa Giovanna Cazella, Letícia Yamawaka de Almeida, Jaqueline Lemos de Oliveira, Ana Carolina Guidorizzi Zanetti, Jacqueline de Souza

Resumo


Objetivo: analisar as características sociodemográficas associadas à percepção da qualidade de vida de mulheres atendidas na atenção primária. Metodologia: estudo transversal, quantitativo, desenvolvido com 113 mulheres em uma unidade de saúde do interior de São Paulo. Utilizou-se um questionário sociodemográfico e a versão abreviada do instrumento de avaliação de qualidade de vida. Para análise dos dados, foram empreendidos testes de associação. Resultados: a maioria das participantes era de classes sociais menos favorecidas e apresentava boa percepção de qualidade de vida e saúde. Os fatores renda, escolaridade e idade foram os mais relevantes na associação com a qualidade de vida. Conclusão: Apesar de mencionarem boa qualidade de vida e saúde, foram identificados piores resultados nos domínios físicos, psicológicos e meio ambiente.  Os achados reforçam a necessidade de que as ações de saúde estejam contextualizadas aos aspectos sociais/territoriais e vinculadas a políticas mais amplas de redução da vulnerabilidade social. 

WOMEN'S QUALITY OF LIFE AND ASSOCIATED SOCIO DEMOGRAPHIC CHARACTERISTICS

Objective: to analyze the sociodemographic characteristics associated to the perception of the quality of life of the women attended in the Primary Health Care. Methodology: this cross-sectional quantitative study was carried out with 113 women aged 20 to 65 years in a health unit in the interior of São Paulo. A sociodemographic questionnaire and the abbreviated version of the WHOQOL-bref quality of life assessment instrument were used. For data analysis, association tests were undertaken. Results: the majority of participants were from less favored social classes and had a good perception of quality of life and health. The factors income, schooling and age were the most relevant in the association with quality of life. Conclusion: in view of the sociodemographic characteristics associated with quality of life in the present study, it is emphasized that health actions should be linked to broader policies to reduce social vulnerability, enabling empowerment strategies and, above all, increasing women's access to education and income.

Descriptors: Quality of Life; Health Centers; Social Vulnerability; Women; Primary Health Care.

CALIDAD DE VIDA DE LAS MUJERES Y LAS CARACTERÍSTICAS SOCIODEMOGRÁFICAS ASSOCIADAS

Objetivo: analizar las características sociodemográficas asociadas a la percepción de la calidad de vida de mujeres que acuden a atención primaria. Métodos: este estudio cuantitativo transversal se realizó con 113 mujeres de 20 a 65 años en una unidad de salud en el interior de São Paulo. Se utilizó un cuestionario sociodemográfico y la versión abreviada del instrumento de evaluación de calidad de vida WHOQOL-bref. Para el análisis de los datos, se realizaron pruebas de asociación. Resultados: la mayoría de los participantes provenían de clases sociales más bajas y tenían una buena percepción de la calidad de vida y la salud. Los factores ingresos, educación y edad fueron los más relevantes en asociación con la calidad de vida. Conclusión: en vista de las características sociodemográficas asociadas con la calidad de vida en el presente estudio, se enfatiza que las acciones de salud están vinculadas a políticas más amplias para reducir la vulnerabilidad social, permitiendo estrategias de empoderamiento y, sobre todo, aumentando el acceso de las mujeres a educación e ingresos.

Descriptores: Calidad de Vida; Centros de Salud; Vulnerabilidad Social; Mujeres; Atención Primaria de Salud.


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