Customer satisfaction or dissatisfaction with a benefit or service received.
Cultivation of PLANTS; (FRUIT; VEGETABLES; MEDICINAL HERBS) on small plots of ground or in containers.
A cabinet department in the Executive Branch of the United States Government concerned with improving and maintaining farm income and developing and expanding markets for agricultural products. Through inspection and grading services it safeguards and insures standards of quality in food supply and production.
Organizations of health care providers that agree to be accountable for the quality, cost, and overall care of Medicare beneficiaries who are enrolled in the traditional fee-for-service program who are assigned to it. Assigned means those beneficiaries for whom the professionals in the organization provide the bulk of primary care services. (www.cms.gov/OfficeofLegislation/Downloads/Accountable CareOrganization.pdf accessed 03/16/2011)
The art or practice of preparing food. It includes the preparation of special foods for diets in various diseases.
The science of utilization, distribution, and consumption of services and materials.
The obligations and accountability assumed in carrying out actions or ideas on behalf of others.
Works containing information articles on subjects in every field of knowledge, usually arranged in alphabetical order, or a similar work limited to a special field or subject. (From The ALA Glossary of Library and Information Science, 1983)
The degree to which the individual regards the health care service or product or the manner in which it is delivered by the provider as useful, effective, or beneficial.
Planning, organizing, and administering all activities related to personnel.
Personal satisfaction relative to the work situation.
The science which utilizes psychologic principles to derive more effective means in dealing with practical problems.
Coordination of nursing services by various nursing care personnel under the leadership of a professional nurse. The team may consist of a professional nurse, nurses' aides, and the practical nurse.
Predetermined sets of questions used to collect data - clinical data, social status, occupational group, etc. The term is often applied to a self-completed survey instrument.
Statistical measures of utilization and other aspects of the provision of health care services including hospitalization and ambulatory care.
An object or a situation that can serve to reinforce a response, to satisfy a motive, or to afford pleasure.
Use for articles on the investing of funds for income or profit.
A multistage process that includes cloning, physical mapping, subcloning, determination of the DNA SEQUENCE, and information analysis.
The act of making a selection among two or more alternatives, usually after a period of deliberation.
Those factors which cause an organism to behave or act in either a goal-seeking or satisfying manner. They may be influenced by physiological drives or by external stimuli.
Learning situations in which the sequence responses of the subject are instrumental in producing reinforcement. When the correct response occurs, which involves the selection from among a repertoire of responses, the subject is immediately reinforced.
The ability to foresee what is likely to happen on the basis of past experience. It is largely a frontal lobe function.

Marital and parental satisfaction of married physicians with children. (1/1158)

OBJECTIVE: To evaluate personal and professional factors associated with marital and parental satisfaction of physicians. STUDY DESIGN: Cross-sectional study. PARTICIPANTS: A survey was sent to equal numbers of licensed male and female physicians in a Southern California county. Of 964 delivered questionnaires, 656 (68%) were returned completed. Our sample includes 415 currently married physicians with children, 64% male and 36% female. MEASUREMENTS AND MAIN RESULTS: Ratings of marital and parental satisfaction were measured on a 5-point Likert scale, 5 being extremely satisfied. Prevalence of work and home life factors was also evaluated. The mean score for marital satisfaction was 3.92 (range 1.75-5.0). Approximately half of the physicians reported high levels of marital satisfaction (63% of male physicians and 45% of female physicians). The gender difference disappeared after adjusting for age differences. Two factors were associated with high marital satisfaction: a supportive spouse (odds ratio [OR] 10.37; 95% confidence interval [CI] 2.66, 40.08) and role conflict (OR 0.61; 95% CI 0.42, 0.88). The mean score for parental satisfaction was 3. 43 (range 1.0-5.0), and approximately two thirds of both male and female physicians reported at least moderate levels of parental satisfaction. The major factors associated with parental satisfaction were a supportive spouse (OR 2.24; 95% CI 1.32, 3.80), role conflict (OR 0.35; 95% CI 0.23, 0.53), salaried practice setting (OR 2.14; 95% CI 1.21, 3.81), marriage to a spouse working in a profession (OR 2.14; 95% CI 1.21, 3.81), and marriage to a spouse working as a homemaker (OR 2.33; 95% CI 1.20, 4.56). Number of hours worked was not found to be related to either satisfaction score, but rather to an intervening variable, role conflict. CONCLUSIONS: For physicians with children, our study indicates that minimizing the level of role conflict and having a supportive spouse are associated with higher levels of marital and parental satisfaction. Working in salaried positions and marriage to a spouse who is either working in a profession or who is a stay-at-home parent are also related to high parental satisfaction.  (+info)

Library residencies and internships as indicators of success: evidence from three programs. (2/1158)

This paper discusses post-master's degree internships in three very different organizations; the University of Illinois at Chicago, the National Library of Medicine, and the Library of Congress. It discusses the internships using several questions. Do the programs serve as a recruitment strategy? Do the programs develop key competencies needed by the participant or organization? Do the programs develop leaders and managers? Is acceptance into a program an indicator of future career success? A survey was mailed to 520 persons who had completed internships in one of the three programs. There was a 49.8% response rate. Responses to fifty-four questions were tabulated and analyzed for each program and for the total group. The results confirm the value of internships to the career of participants.  (+info)

Computer-based teaching of pathology at the Zagreb University School of Medicine. (3/1158)

AIM: To review the experience gained in transferring USA computer-based teaching system of medical school pathology to Croatia. METHODS: Computer-based teaching program of pathology developed at the University of Kansas School of Medicine, Kansas City, Kansas, USA, was transferred to the University of Zagreb School of Medicine, Zagreb, Croatia. The experimental group of 49 students was enrolled into this computer-based program. Their performance was compared with that of 195 classmates enrolled in the standard course. Objective (performance on the examinations) and subjective data (students' interviews and written evaluations of the course) were analyzed. RESULTS: The computer program was operational 5 months from the inception of the transfer. It was well received by the students, even though many initially complained that it required more effort and a continuous commitment. The major problems concerned scheduling, reflecting various requirements i mposed on students by other departments teaching in parallel with the Pathology course. Objective data gathered so far indicate that the students enrolled in the computer-based program took the first midterm examination at a significantly higher rate than the rest of the class (p<0.001), and passed the examination with significantly better grades (p<0.001). CONCLUSION: Computer-based teaching programs can be readily transferred to other countries. Full implementation of the program, however, may require significant changes in the existing curriculum in the medical school to which such a program has been transferred or considerable modifications in the program adopted for transfer. It appears that the students enrolled in the computer-based program perform better than students in the standard pathology course.  (+info)

Lateral hypothalamic serotonin inhibits nucleus accumbens dopamine: implications for sexual satiety. (4/1158)

Dopamine (DA) is released in several brain areas, including the nucleus accumbens (NAcc), before and during copulation in male rats. DA agonists administered into this area facilitate, and DA antagonists inhibit, numerous motivated behaviors, including male sexual behavior. Serotonin (5-HT) is generally inhibitory to male sexual behavior. We reported previously that 5-HT is released in the anterior lateral hypothalamic area (LHA(A)) and that a selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor microinjected into that area delayed and slowed copulation. Our present results, using high temporal resolution microdialysis, (1) confirm previous electrochemical evidence that extracellular levels of DA increase in the NAcc during copulation and decrease during the postejaculatory interval (PEI) and (2) reveal that LHA(A) 5-HT can inhibit both basal and female-elicited DA release in the NAcc. These findings suggest that the neural circuit promoting sexual quiescence during the PEI includes serotonergic input to the LHA(A), which in turn inhibits DA release in the NAcc. These findings may also provide insights concerning the inhibitory control of other motivated behaviors activated by the NAcc and may have relevance for understanding the sexual side effects common to antidepressant medications.  (+info)

The health of grandparents raising grandchildren: results of a national study. (5/1158)

OBJECTIVES: This study sought to compare the functional and self-rated health of grandparents raising grandchildren with that of noncaregiving grandparents. METHODS: A secondary analysis of data from the 1992 to 1994 National Survey of Families and Households was conducted. Bivariate and logistic analyses compared 173 custodial and 3304 noncustodial grandparents in terms of functional health limitations, self-rated health, and satisfaction with health. RESULTS: Custodial grandparents were significantly more likely to have limitations in 4 of the 5 activities of daily living (ADLs) examined, with more than half reporting some limitation in 1 of the 5 ADLs. A logistic regression analysis indicated that caregiving grandparents had 50% higher odds of having an ADL limitation. Caregivers were significantly more likely to report lower satisfaction with health, and a statistical trend indicated that the caregivers had lower self-rated health. CONCLUSIONS: Further research is needed to determine whether the differences observed reflect artifacts or actual differences in functional abilities and other health measures. The need for policies that support rather than penalize grandparents raising grandchildren is stressed.  (+info)

Carer distress in the general population: results from the Sydney Older Persons Study. (6/1158)

OBJECTIVE: To assess distress in a sample of carers who were selected from a community survey rather than recruited via community-service agencies. METHODS: A community survey was carried out on 630 people aged 75 or over living in Sydney, Australia. Informants nominated by these elderly people were divided into full carer (n = 21), partial carer (n = 187) and non-carer groups (n = 344). Informants completed the General Health Questionnaire (a continuous measure of psychiatric symptoms), the life satisfaction index (a measure of well-being) and the interpersonal bonding measure (a measure of quality of the relationship with the elderly person). Elderly participants had a medical examination, were assessed for disability and were questioned about use of services. RESULTS: Elderly people who had a full carer were more disabled and had more medical diagnoses. Full, but not partial, carers reported more psychiatric symptoms and lower life satisfaction. In multivariate analysis, the main determinant of carer distress was a relationship in which the carer felt controlled by the elderly person. CONCLUSION: When carers are selected from a population-based sample, only those who are full carers are more distressed. However, relationship factors are the most important determinant of distress.  (+info)

Is the professional satisfaction of general internists associated with patient satisfaction? (7/1158)

BACKGROUND: The growth of managed care has raised a number of concerns about patient and physician satisfaction. An association between physicians' professional satisfaction and the satisfaction of their patients could suggest new types of organizational interventions to improve the satisfaction of both. OBJECTIVE: To examine the relation between the satisfaction of general internists and their patients. DESIGN: Cross-sectional surveys of patients and physicians. SETTING: Eleven academically affiliated general internal medicine practices in the greater-Boston area. PARTICIPANTS: A random sample of English-speaking and Spanish-speaking patients (n = 2,620) with at least one visit to their physician (n = 166) during the preceding year. MEASUREMENTS: Patients' overall satisfaction with their health care, and their satisfaction with their most recent physician visit. MAIN RESULTS: After adjustment, the patients of physicians who rated themselves to be very or extremely satisfied with their work had higher scores for overall satisfaction with their health care (regression coefficient 2.10; 95% confidence interval 0.73-3.48), and for satisfaction with their most recent physician visit (regression coefficient 1.23; 95% confidence interval 0.26-2.21). In addition, younger patients, those with better overall health status, and those cared for by a physician who worked part-time were significantly more likely to report better satisfaction with both measures. Minority patients and those with managed care insurance also reported lower overall satisfaction. CONCLUSIONS: The patients of physicians who have higher professional satisfaction may themselves be more satisfied with their care. Further research will need to consider factors that may mediate the relation between patient and physician satisfaction.  (+info)

Are orthognathic patients different? (8/1158)

This questionnaire-based study investigated the psychological profile of orthognathic patients prior to starting treatment and compared the findings with a control group of non-patients. Comparison of the data used multivariate multiple regression analysis where outcome variables and independent variables were studied simultaneously. Some differences were found in the psychological profile of the orthognathic patient. They displayed higher levels of state anxiety (P < 0.001), higher numbers of individuals in their social support network (P < 0.05), and lower body image and facial body image (P < 0.001). Self-esteem was also found to be lower, but only at borderline levels of significance (P = 0.052).  (+info)

Journal of Gerontological Nursing | The variable that appears to have the highest impact on life satisfaction is the residents perception of their health status. Health-promotion activities and therapeutic relationships are among the best strategies nurses have.
RESULTS: Morbidity was strongly associated with life dissatisfaction. Every additional disease increased the risk of life dissatisfaction by 21.1% (p , .001). The risk of dissatisfaction was strongest among women with mental disorders (OR = 5.26; 95%CI 3.84-7.20) and neurological disorders (OR = 3.62; 95%CI 2.60-5.02) compared to the healthy (each p , .001). Smoking, physical inactivity and marital status were also associated with life dissatisfaction (each p , .001) but their introduction to the multivariate model did not attenuate the pattern of associations ...
Downloadable! While environmental economics studies using stated life satisfaction data have been gaining attention, much of this body of work remains exploratory. In this study we contribute to this emerging body of research by combining OECD survey data from four European countries on life satisfaction and perceptions of environmental quality with independent (i.e. mechanical) measurements of air quality and urbanity, from the European Environment Agency, to provide a broad picture of the environmental determinants of life satisfaction, and monetary valuation of air quality improvements. We also estimate that the value of a 1% reduction in air pollution (measured as mean annual PM10 concentrations) is worth the same on average as a 0.71% increase in per capita income. We find that environments which respondents perceive as noisy and lacking in access to green space have a significantly detrimental impact on life satisfaction. However, controlling for these negative factors (air, noise, and lack of
This study examined the relationship between life satisfaction among medical students and a basic model of personality, stress and coping. Previous studies have shown relatively high levels of distress, such as symptoms of depression and suicidal thoughts in medical undergraduates. However despite the increased focus on positive psychological health and well-being during the past decades, only a few studies have focused on life satisfaction and coping in medical students. This is the first longitudinal study which has identified predictors of sustained high levels of life satisfaction among medical students. This longitudinal, nationwide questionnaire study examined the course of life satisfaction during medical school, compared the level of satisfaction of medical students with that of other university students, and identified resilience factors. T-tests were used to compare means of life satisfaction between and within the population groups. K-means cluster analyses were applied to identify subgroups
Objective: To explore and describe persons with stroke and their caregivers restrictions in participation in everyday occupations, i.e. occupational gaps, 3-6 months post-stroke, in relation to life satisfaction, combined life satisfaction, caregiver burden, perceived impact of stroke, and activities of daily living. Design: Cross-sectional study. Subjects: Persons with stroke and their caregivers (105 dyads). Methods: The Occupational Gaps Questionnaire, Life Satisfaction Checklist, Caregiver Burden Scale, Stroke Impact Scale and Barthel Index were used. Correlations were analysed with Spearmans rank, and regression analyses used life satisfaction as the dependent variable. Results: At least one person in 86% of the dyads perceived restrictions in participation, with the most common gap in travelling for pleasure. Correlations were low between the numbers of occupational gaps and life satisfaction (R=-0.33, R=-0.31); however, life satisfaction accounted for occupational gaps both for persons ...
BISAC: PSY036000. The state of health and life satisfaction are influenced not only by social and demographic factors, but also by a number of other factors: the rate of occurrence of sickness and health problems, lifestyle, how leisure time is spent, a balanced diet, ecological conditions, etc. This book provides a review of determinants of life satisfaction, psychological implications, and the impact of life satisfaction on the quality-of-life. Chapter One studies the influence of social and demographic factors (age, gender group, lifestyle, presence or absence of chronic diseases) on parameters of self-assessed health and life satisfaction by studying the population of Poland. Chapter Two provides an evidence-based review of gratitude interventions. Chapter Three investigates the connection between well-being and time use with the focus on working parents. Chapter Four examines the impact of health-related quality of life on female migrant workers suffering from cadmium poisoning in China ...
Context Many assume that having poor physical health in old age lowers life satisfaction, but in fact there are large differences in life satisfaction among older people who experience disability. Objective To investigate whether psychosocial factors modify the negative association between disability and life satisfaction in older people and whether these differ across the life course. Design Cross sectional study. Setting 66,561 community-dwelling Survey of Health, Ageing, and Retirement in Europe (SHARE) participants aged 50-106 with a mean age of 67.8 ± 9.9 (SD) years from 17 European countries and Israel. Methods Psychosocial factors included depression (EURO-D scale), perceived loneliness, having a spouse, having children, contact with children, and participation in social activities. Disability was assessed by limitations in (Instrumental) Activities of Daily Living ((I)ADL) and life satisfaction by Cantrils ladder. We also ran the analyses with the Control Autonomy Self-realization ...
Our experience and perception of our mental and physical health is the biggest single factor that explains, on average, how we rate our wellbeing. Good health is associated with higher life satisfaction. When it comes to poor health, recent acute health problems affect wellbeing the most. But longer-term chronic ill health also has an effect on wellbeing.. Yet it is still possible to experience poor mental and physical health and rate our wellbeing highly, or vice versa. This is because health and wellbeing are different, but clearly linked. The effect of wellbeing on health is substantial - but variable - and comparable to other risk factors more traditionally targeted by public health, such as a healthy diet.. Our evidence, guidance, and analysis on mental and physical health focusses on:. ...
Occupational engagement among older people is important to investigate as older people are the fastest growing segment in our society, and because occupational engagement is viewed within occupational therapy as one of the basic premises for health. Three perspectives of engagement are highlighted in this thesis: evaluation of occupational engagement, the repertoire of occupational engagement, and finally, the relation between occupational engagement and life satisfaction. The overall aim of this thesis was to study aspects of occupational engagement among older people, with a special focus on evaluation of the experiences of an occupation-based group programme, evaluation of leisure, the leisure repertoire, and the relation between occupational engagement and life satisfaction.. The thesis is comprised of four studies which all contribute in different ways to an increasing understanding of occupational engagement among older people. In the first study (Study I), three older persons participated ...
It is well known that childrens experience of transactions with peers play an important part in childrens development and socialization. Bullying of other children, or being a victim of bullying, has repeatedly been documented to exert negative influence on childrens development. However, research has uncovered uncertainty about the definition of bullying. With the introduction of cyber bullying Slonje & Smith argue for a debate on the criteria for something to be called bullying. Thus, it seems imperative to conduct qualitative and quantitative studies on how students, teachers and parents define bullying, its prevalence and short and long term effects on well-being ...
Life satisfaction is a component of subjective well-being that reflects a global judgement of the quality of life according to an individuals own ne
This chapter focuses on how psychologists understand and measure well-being and the related constructs, mental health and flourishing. For psychologists, well-being is about how people experience their lives, not the objective facts of their lives. Why does well-being matter? Although the instrumental benefits of well-being are frequently cited as the reason for its importance, it is argued here that they are merely a by-product of a high level of well-being. The real reason well-being matters is that well-being is an end in itself - an ultimate good. However, because there is as yet no agreed definition of well-being, there is no universally agreed method for measuring well-being. It is argued here that well-being is a combination of feeling good (the hedonic view) and functioning well (the eudaimonic view), and that in order to advance well-being science, we need a multi-dimensional approach to definition and measurement. Accordingly, at this early stage in the science of well-being, ...
Many recent studies emphasized the importance of retailers satisfaction and commitment to manufacturer/supplier.These studies investigated the relationship between them as an overall relationship. However, there is a dearth of studies that investigated the dimensions of retailers satisfaction on commitment, and analyzed the mysterious relationship via strength of manufacturers brands as a moderating effect. Therefore, this study is an attempt to provide a value conceptual model that explains the theoretical linkages existing between dimensions of retailers satisfaction and commitment, and tries to explain the in - depth meaning of this relationship through the moderating effect of manufacturers brand strength in the context of social exchange theory. Additionally, hypotheses on the association between the constructs are presented as a basis for further study.. ...
My research is about understanding how couples can navigate their sexual relationship in a way that enhances desire and satisfaction over time. My colleagues and I recently conducted a set of studies that suggest something we call sexual communal motivation is key. We found people who are motivated to meet their partners sexual needs without expecting anything in return - that is, who are high in sexual communal motivation - can reap important sexual and relationship benefits.. But what does it mean to have high sexual communal motivation? It means being motivated to be responsive to your partners sexual needs, which can sometimes include having sex with your partner when you are not entirely in the mood, being open-minded about your partners preferences, communicating with your partner about your sexual likes and dislikes, and ensuring that the sexual relationship is mutually satisfying.. We measured peoples levels of sexual communal strength by asking them to answer a series of questions ...
Kjeldstadli, K.; Tyssen, R.; Finset, A.; Hem, E.; Gude, T.; Gronvold, N.T.; Ekeberg, O.; Vaglum, P., 2006: Life satisfaction and resilience in medical school--a six-year longitudinal, nationwide and comparative study
Aging With a Physical Disability, Duration of Disability, and Life Satisfaction: A 5-Year Longitudinal Study Among People Aged 40 to 79 Years ...
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Traits related to mental health and well-being, such as mood, life satisfaction and sleep, are important for quality of life and have also been shown to be associated with morbidity and mortality. They have been shown to have both genetic and environmental components, some of which are common among traits. However the genetic and environmental determinants of these traits are not yet fully understood and most evidence comes from studies in Western populations. The aim of the project is to identify genetic variants associated with sleep characteristics, life satisfaction, mood traits and affective disorders, and to investigate the associations of these traits with subsequent development of disease, using data on over 0.5M individuals from the China Kadoorie Biobank (http://www.ckbiobank.org/). The data available include questionnaire data (including detailed assessment of depressive symptoms, generalized anxiety disorder and major depression, self-reported life satisfaction, prior psychiatric ...
This study analyzed the effects of work interruptions as a stressor and appreciation of workers by supervisors as a resource with regard to four parameters of well-being, postulating main effects as well as interactions. Using latent moderated structural equation modeling, we analyzed longitudinal data on 208 employees at seven different companies who completed an online questionnaire twice. Whereas there were few main effects, the interactions between work interruptions and appreciation by supervisors were significant, and in the expected direction: appreciation by supervisors moderated the effects of interruptions on the four parameters of workers well-being: job satisfaction, self-efficacy, job-related depressive mood, and sleep problems. These results held after accounting for conceptually relevant control variables, namely time pressure, job control, and social support by supervisors. Reversed effects were only weakly indicated. The findings underscore the importance of contextual factors ...
The rate of sexual satisfaction in women is highest among women 80 and older and those under 45 according to a new study in the American Journal of Medicine.
A study by researchers at the Stein Institute for Research on Aging at the University of California, San Diego finds that successful aging and positive quality of life indicators correlate with sexual satisfaction in older ...
Despite a large body of empirical literature on sexual satisfaction, its development over the course of a relationship is still unclear. Only a small numbe
2017 was a challenging year for many Americans. The well-being of the average American dropped more in 2017 than in any year since Gallup began tracking it in 2008.
The key project aims to bring about change especially in the population groups where health and wellbeing are clearly below average. Reinforcing peoples own resources is at the core of change. This means that peoples own involvement and capacities are supported actively and in a variety of ways.. More efficient ways to harness effective practices must be created to make a difference. New approaches are also needed. Health and wellbeing can be improved by influencing living conditions and socioeconomic factors. The key project can contribute to improving peoples inclusion, mental health skills and lifestyles, such as physical activity, diets, sleeping habits, smoking and alcohol and drug use. Lifestyles that enhance health and wellbeing must be accessible, easy and attractive to everyone.. ...
Kidneys - the high levels of glucose damage the vessels in your kidneys, which can lead to kidney disease. Some diabetics have kidney failure and have to receive dialysis for the rest of their lives ...
Eight months into the Covid-19 pandemic Ossory Youth are seeing and hearing first-hand some of the ways young peoples mental health and wellbeing are imp...
Dog walking sessions to help students with their wellbeing are back by popular demand at the University of East Anglia (UEA) as it thinks outside the box when it comes when it comes to student activities, during the COVID-19 pandemic. Read more ...
Our patients health and well-being are our paramount concern. We offer exact diagnostic procedures and optimal, individually tailored treatment. For this purpose a highly professional team of doctors, nurses and therapists is in action around the clock. ...
Men were less likely to report being satisfied with their lives than women, but exercise helped close this gender gap. Exercising at least once a week at age 20 had a more positive impact on mens life satisfaction than womens. While there was a 6 percentage point gap in life satisfaction between men and women who didnt exercise regularly, there was only a 2 percentage point difference between males and females who did ...
A new study suggests that how one compares weight-wise with others in his or her community plays a key role in determining how satisfied the person is with his or her life.
Concerns for environmental quality and its impact on peoples welfare are fundamental arguments for the adoption of environmental legislation in most...
What causes differences in peoples life satisfaction across countries? The Association of Religion Data Archives (ARDA) has assembled a dataset that stitches together economic, social and demographic variables across 252 countries. In this analysis, we inspect factors associated with life satisfaction with linear models. ...
Our research focuses on wellbeing, its importance to individuals and how it can influence policy outcomes and their impact on people.
Diabetes and emotional well-being Diabetes does not only impact on people physically, but emotionally and mentally. Did you know? Almost one in fiv
Real women talked to SELF about how often they do it, whether theyre in sync with their mate and how their nooky dynamic affects their relationship satisfaction. Find yourself in one of their stories and discover how to achieve your own sizzling sexual synergy.
This article originally published on GetOld.com It may lower the risk of depression, improve life satisfaction, reduce stress levels, strengthen existing relationships, and build new ones. It may even help you live longer. What may provide these potential health benefits you ask? Volunteering.
As per the title, state which age group do you fall into ? And what supps etc you take purely for wellbeing etc.I'm almost in my mid 30s and I've been taking multi vitamins. I've recently invested in tribulous.
Adolescence is a critical period where many patterns of health and health behaviour are formed. The objective of this study was to investigate cross-national variation in the relationship between family affluence and adolescent life satisfaction, and the impact of national income and income inequality on this relationship. Data from the 2006 Health Behaviour in School-aged Children: WHO collaborative Study (N = 58,352 across 35 countries) were analysed using multilevel linear and logistic regression analyses for outcome measures life satisfaction score and binary high/low life satisfaction. National income and income inequality were associated with aggregated life satisfaction score and prevalence of high life satisfaction. Within-country socioeconomic inequalities in life satisfaction existed even after adjustment for family structure. This relationship was curvilinear and varied cross-nationally. Socioeconomic inequalities were greatest in poor countries and in countries with unequal income ...
Downloadable! This paper provides an empirical test of the rational addiction model, used in economics to model individuals consumption of addictive substances, versus the utility misprediction model, used in psychology to explain the discrepancy between peoples decision and their subsequent experiences. By exploiting a unique data set of disadvantaged Australians, we provide longitudinal evidence that a drop in life satisfaction tends to precede the use of illegal/street drugs. We also find that the abuse of alcohol, the daily use of cannabis and the weekly use of illegal/street drugs in the past 6 months relate to lower current levels of life satisfaction. This provides empirical support for the utility misprediction model. Further, we find that the decrease in life satisfaction following the consumption of illegal/street drugs persists 6 months to a year after use. In contrast, the consumption of cigarettes is unrelated to life satisfaction in the close past or the near future. Our results, though
In contrast, having a healthy view of your physical self will mean your body image perception will more or less match your expectations. In that case, it may not mean you are completely satisfied with your body either, but chances are that you are accepting and comfortable with the way your body looks. As a consequence, one of the greatest challenges about unhealthy body image is that, in some cases, it may have nothing to do with actual physical appearance or body weight, meaning that the image you get in the mirror may be somewhat distorted by the way you feel or think about yourself ...
The study aims to examine the role of mastery and self-esteem as a potential mediator of the relationship of meaning in life and well-being among older Chinese stroke survivors. A cross-sectional study was conducted in 214 community-dwelling older stroke survivors (128 men and 86 women), ranging from 60 years to 88 years old. The meaning in life, mastery, self-esteem and subjective well-being were measured. The results indicated that: 1) The meaning in life and subjective well-being of stroke survivors were significantly positive correlated; 2) Mastery and self-esteem played partial mediating roles between existential vacuum and subjective well-being; Self-esteem played full a mediating role between suffer acceptance and subjective well-being; Mastery played a full mediating role between life control and subjective well-being; Mastery played a partial mediating role between death acceptance and subjective well-being; Self-esteem also played a partial mediating role between mastery and
In addition, economic and social hardships can reduce overall happiness within marriages. According to a new study from the University of Missouri, low-income couples who receive government assistance, such as Medicaid or Food Stamps, are significantly less satisfied and committed in their marriages.. David Schramm found that low-income couples who receive government assistance, such as Medicaid or Food Stamps, are significantly less satisfied and committed in their marriages.. We found that theres a unique relationship among income level, government assistance and marital satisfaction and commitment, said David Schramm, assistant professor in Human Development and Family Studies in the College of Human Environmental Sciences. The study confirms that low income does have a negative impact on marital quality, but there are additional factors as well. The relationship between income and marital satisfaction is influenced by other issues, including whether or not the couple receives some form ...
Objectives To examine maternal functioning and wellbeing as important aspects of a familys adaptation to chronic paediatric conditions, in particular, children with diabetes. Method This cross-sectional study investigated the difference between the perceived quality of life of mothers of children with diabetes (n = 63) and mothers of children without diabetes (n = 114). The study also examined the role of self-efficacy, relationship satisfaction, number of social support providers, and satisfaction with social support in predicting quality of life. Results Mothers who had a child with diabetes had lower quality of life measured by general health, vitality, social functioning, role-emotional, and mental health than mothers that did not have a child with diabetes. Self-efficacy, relationship satisfaction, and social support were significant predictors of quality of life (mental health domain). Conclusion In order to enhance their psychological wellbeing, mothers of children with diabetes require adequate
Background: While patients personality has been thought to affect all_ergic diseases, the association of asthma and psychological factors is still debated. Stress is believed to predispose to asthma, but no clear evidence of causality has been found. We have studied the role of psychological factors in prevalent as well as in incident asthma cases among the adult population.. Methods: A total of 11540 adults initiall_y aged 18-45 years responded to three questionnaires in 1975, 1981, and 1990, respectively. The association of psychological factors (including extroversion and neuroticism scales, subjective stress, and life satisfaction) and prevalent asthma was studied, as well as the predisposing effect of these factors on the risk of adult onset asthma. Logistic regression was used for risk calculations.. Results: Low life satisfaction was associated with asthma prevalence (age- and sex-adjusted OR=2.27: 1.04-4.93 for prevalent asthma among those with low life satisfaction compared to those ...
This thesis uses data from the first wave of the Norwegian Life Course, Ageing and Generation (NorLAG) study (N=5189) to examine the influence of family and household resources on domain satisfactions and global subjective well-being (SWB) (life satisfaction, positive affect, negative affect) in midlife and old age (age 40-79). Analyses pay specific attention to gender and age cohort as potential moderators of these influences. The thesis comprises three papers that focus on the effect on SWB of (i) marital status, (ii) parental status, and (iii) financial status.. The results show that of the family variables, having a partner is the major determinant of well-being across gender and age groups. SWB cleavages among unpartnered (never-married, divorced/separated, widowed) and partnered groups of individuals (married, cohabiting) are comparably negligible. The contrast between marrieds and cohabitors is studied in detail, questioning what seems to be an accepted fact among U.S. researchers, namely ...
Marital satisfaction generally declines over time, but a brief writing intervention that helps spouses adopt a more objective outlook on marital conflict could help prevent couples from losing that loving feeling.
Changes to sexual wellbeing are acknowledged to be a long-term negative consequence of cancer and cancer treatment. These changes can have a negative effect on psychological well-being, quality of life and couple relationships. Whilst previous conclusions are based on univariate analysis, multivariate research can facilitate examination of the complex interaction between sexual function and psycho-social variables such as psychological wellbeing, quality of life, and relationship satisfaction and communication in the context of cancer, the aim of the present study. Six hundred and fifty seven people with cancer (535 women, 122 men) and 148 partners (87 women, 61 men), across a range of sexual and non-sexual cancers, completed a survey consisting of standardized measures of sexual functioning, depression and anxiety, quality of life, relationship satisfaction, dyadic sexual communication, and self-silencing, as well as ratings of the importance of sex to life and relationships. Men and women participants
Results: Young womens aspirations were cross-sectionally related to BMI category, such that obese women were less likely to aspire to further education, although this relationship seemed explained largely by current occupation. Even after adjusting for current occupation, young women who were obese were more dissatisfied with work/career/study, family relationships, partner relationships, and social activities. Weight status was also longitudinally associated with aspirations and life satisfaction. Women who were overweight or obese at both surveys were more likely than other women to aspire to other types of employment (including self-employed and unpaid work in the home) as opposed to full-time employment. They were also less likely to be satisfied with study or partner relationships. Women who resolved their overweight/obesity status were more likely to aspire to being childless than other women ...
Citation: Luhmann, M. & Kalitzki, A. (2018). How animals contribute to subjective well-being: A comprehensive model of protective and risk factors. The Journal of Positive Psychology, 13(2), 200-214. Link to publishers article.. ...
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AIMS AND OBJECTIVES: This study aimed at investigating life satisfaction and its relation to living conditions, overall health, self-care capacity, feeling lonely, physical activities and financial resources among people (65+) with reduced self-care capacity. BACKGROUND: Knowledge about factors related to low life satisfaction among older people with reduced self-care capacity is sparse, although this is important in health care and nursing so that the care is adapted to their needs and perspective. Previous research has mainly focused on isolated aspects such as pain in relation to life satisfaction among older people in general and less among so those with reduced self-care capacity in general. DESIGN AND METHOD: A subsample of 522 persons was selected from a randomly selected cross-sectional survey using a modified form of the Older Americans Resources Schedule and Life Satisfaction Index Z. RESULTS: The mean age in the total sample was 77.9; women (79.5) were significantly older than men ...
Five coronavirus patients at Infectious Disease Centre, Yaba Mainland Hospital have been discharged. The patients who had been quarantined at the isolation centre for weeks looked stable and in good condition. Although, the discharged patients preferred annonimity, they expressed joy and satisfaction over the treatments they received. While thanking the State Governor, Mr Babajide Sanwo-Olu for his support and pro-activeness, they pleaded that the workers at the Centre should be given life insurance. While speaking to the press, one of the patients said;
The index calculated for 2013 includes data from 80 countries and territories. The survey used ten quality of life factors along with forecasts of future GDP per capita to determine a nations score.[1]. The life satisfaction scores for 2006 (on scale of 1 to 10) for 130 countries (from the Gallup Poll) are related in a multivariate regression to various factors. As many as 11 indicators are statistically significant. Together these indicators explain some 85% of the inter-country variation in life satisfaction scores. The values of the life satisfaction scores that are predicted by the indicators represent a countrys quality of life index. The coefficients in the estimated equation weight automatically the importance of the various factors. The estimated equation for 2006 can be utilized to calculate index values for year in the past and future, allowing for comparison over time as well across countries.[2]. The independent variables in the estimating equation for 2006 include:. ...
Lam, D., Donaldson, C., Brown, Y. and Malliaris, Y. (2005), Burden and marital and sexual satisfaction in the partners of bipolar patients. Bipolar Disorders, 7: 431-440. doi: 10.1111/j.1399-5618.2005.00240.x ...
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We all have emotional and mental health needs and looking after our emotional and mental health is just as important as looking after our physical health.. The Five Ways to Well-being are a well-being equivalent of five fruit and vegetables a day. It is recommended that you build the Five Ways, described below into your daily life to improve your well-being. Think about what you are currently doing in your life that includes the Five Ways to Well-being and what other things you could build in.. ...
As a result of research undertaken by the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE) on mental wellbeing in the workplace, guidance has been produced on promoting mental wellbeing through productive and healthy working conditions.. NICE states that mental wellbeing is a dynamic state in which the individual is able to develop their potential, work productively and creatively, build strong and positive relationships with others and contribute to their community. It is enhanced when an individual is able to fulfil their personal and social goals and achieve a sense of purpose in society. NICE advises that although it is not possible to quantify on the direct costs and savings to employers by implementing this guidance, evidence suggests that investment in healthy working practices and the health and wellbeing of employees improves productivity and is cost effective for business and wider society. The cost of mental health to employers is significant: estimated at £25.9 billion ...
phdthesis{7a6292c1-3916-4ad2-8b3d-0bec44fe5dbb, abstract = {Two Swedish longitudinal cohort studies form the basis for this thesis that examines the components of well-being from young old to oldest old. The Lund 80+ cross-sequential design began in 1988 when participants were 80-years old (N=212) and follows them annually until all are deceased. The Dalby 67 began in 1969 when participants were 67 years old (N=192) and continued until they reached 92 years. Both projects include full social, psychological, and physical investigations. For this thesis, Studies I and II are based on data from the Lund 80+ project and Studies III and IV data from the Dalby 67 project. Study I examined the relationship between family and friend social support, health, and life satisfaction at 80 and 83 years. Results indicated that participants who remained in the study were not only healthier, but also had higher life satisfaction compared with those who dropped out or died prior to 83 years. In contrast to prior ...
Although high school women are more concerned about their weight than men are about theirs, the women are more willing than men to date an overweight person. Once married, obese husbands are less happy with their marriages than other men, but men who have lost weight report fewer marital problems than obese or average-weight men or men who have gained weight during marriage.
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The eight protective factors defined by the Paul LeBuffe et al at the DCRC support the research of Dr Richie Davidson from the University of Wisconsin, who speaks about every behavior intervention being a biological intervention and that a young persons repeated experiences in school have the opportunity to be a powerful influence for rewiring of neural pathways that is necessary for habits to be built and sustained.. Some classroom strategies which can easily be incorporated into everyday teaching practice that may foster healthy mental health and wellbeing are:. ...
Measures of educational well-being are a good place to start because some of the best predictors of success for children in foster care are related to education (Casey Family Programs, 2007a). Judges who inquire about the educational progress of children and youth in foster care set expectations and standards for practice, which may have a significant impact on how social workers, educators, and other service providers respond to young people in the future (Gatowski, Medina, and Warren, 2008). The focus group recognized that the courts may not be able to impact student performance directly, but nevertheless should set high expectations for educational success by monitoring student educational stability, progress, and outcomes.. The Fostering Connections to Success and Increasing Adoptions Act of 2008 (Pub. L. 110-351) requires states to create education-stability plans for all children in foster care. These plans must include assurances that (1) foster-care placements take into account the ...
Good health, wellness and wellbeing are our natural dreams which can fall apart unexpectedly, but despite unfulfilled expectations, you can avoid rust physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually. At each stage and phase of our lives, we not only have dreams, we also have certain expectations of ourselves and we map the pathway for achieving those…. ...
Millions of the worlds young children do not develop to their full potential due to factors such as poverty, HIV/AIDS, and armed conflict. This chapter examines child, family, community, and environmental factors affecting the status of the worlds children, and, when data are available, changes in childrens status in recent years. Contextual changes such as urbanization, external migration, socially defined gender roles, and environmental issues that influence the way young children grow and develop are highlighted, and recommendations for policies and programs to improve young childrens well-being are outlined.
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Some patients deny the truth until doctors discover THC after doing a test. A good example is a twenty-year-old man who was under the care of Dr. Aberegg. He had given false information about using cannabidiol (CBD). However, after a nonjudgmental discussion, the young man accepted to be using THC.. Conclusion. Health and well-being are very important therefore EVOLI patients are advised to tell the truth about vaporing and what the vape. This increases the chances of recovery as treatment is directed to the appropriate problem. Wrong treatment might lead to death in most fatal situations.. ...
Pets health and well-being are intricately connected to our own, and as our stress levels may rise over the holidays, so too can our pets. Here are a few tips to help ensure everyone stays happy, healthy and joyful this holiday season.
For the second largest group, 15 percent of respondents, their well-being was gradually improving before losing their jobs and then leveled off in the four years following their unemployment.. Another group (13 percent) reported relatively low levels of life satisfaction before job loss, and their levels stayed more or less the same throughout the time of the researchers analysis.. Well-being levels among the smallest group (4 percent) were already declining in the years leading up to unemployment and continued to decline after job loss until it began to go back up in the third year. But these people never fully returned to pre-unemployment levels, according to the findings. This last group was also the least likely to be re-employed in the years after they lost their jobs.. Previous analysis of this same data suggested that people never really returned to pre-unemployment levels of life satisfaction. Using a different analytical model, we are able to identify these distinct patterns that are ...
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Happiness is essential to a healthy life. According to CNN, a 2012 review of more than 200 studies found a connection between positive psychological attributes, such as happiness, optimism, and life satisfaction, and a lowered risk of cardiovascular disease. This is not to say that you just have to be happy in order to have good health; rather, being in a positive state of mind is what makes taking care of yourself a lot easier. Being happy can lead to lower blood pressure, lower cholesterol, improved focus and concentration, better problem solving, and a myriad of other benefits. This is one of the reasons why eHappyPedia network is launching such an ambitious product: to share happiness, and as a natural side effect of being happy, improve the length and quality of lives. ...
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In the current study the relationship between high leader-member exchange quality and affective commitment, customer orientation and innovative behavior is examined. Furthermore it is tested if satisfaction with HR practices is a possible mediator between these relationships. This study is conducted on three innovative companies within the technical sector. In a cross-sectional survey, questionnaires were distributed in the participating companies as online- and paper versions. In total, 151 respondents participated in this study. Analysis shows that leader-member exchange relationship quality is positively related to affective commitment and innovative behavior, but not to customer orientation. Satisfaction with HR practices is not observed as being a mediator between these relationships ...
Mostly used multivariate procedure for testing both the construct validity and theoretical relationships among a set of multiple variables is structural equation modeling. SEM examines the structure of interrelationships expressed in a...
Genetic Variants associated with Subjective Well-Being, Depressive Symptoms, and Neuroticism Identified through Genome-wide Analyses ...
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Since Q3 of 2018, AICPA has been publishing the personal financial satisfaction index on a quarterly basis that indicates the ... "Personal Financial Satisfaction Index (PFSi)". AICPA. Retrieved 2019-10-26. "Americans Remain Financially Satisfied: AICPA ... Feed the Pig, a national public service campaign sponsored by the AICPA and the Ad Council, provides personal finance resources ... The AICPA offers the Accredited in Business Valuation (ABV) credential, the Personal Financial Specialist (PFS) credential, the ...
Feeney, J. A. (1996). "Attachment, caregiving, and marital satisfaction". Personal Relationships. 3 (4): 401-416. doi:10.1111/j ... Failure of this emotional regulation may lead the caregiver to become overcome by their personal distress, adopt the role of a ... Responsive care is especially important for relationship satisfaction. Collins, N. L.; Guichard, A.C.; Ford, M.B.; Feeney, B.C ... Reis, H. T.; Shaver, P. R. (1988). "Intimacy as an interpersonal process". In Duck, S. (ed.). Handbook of personal ...
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This ability to compartmentalize the roles the individual plays may lead to more work life satisfaction, supported by findings ... Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, 27(4), 535-552. Levy, K. N., Blatt, S. J., & Shaver, P. R. (1998). Attachment ... They are reported to have higher relationship satisfaction than those who did not go through a systematic decision-making ... Anderson, E. A. (1992). Decision-making style: Impact on satisfaction of the commuter couples' lifestyle. Journal of Family and ...
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The increased personal well-being is believed to be due to individuals being in a gratifying relationship and enjoying higher ... Diana Kirschner reported that the phenomenon was common among couples reporting high levels of marital satisfaction. It is the ... Evidence suggests the Michelangelo phenomenon is conducive to both personal well-being and the well-being of relationships. ... Drigotas, Stephen M. (February 2002). "The Michelangelo Phenomenon and Personal Well-Being". Journal of Personality. 70 (1): 59 ...
... equipped with no weapons other than his personal powers, and provided with no purposes rather than his personal interests."(14 ... the satisfaction of God".(27) The first part of the book elaborates on The Theory of Knowledge (Epistemology). The first ... Sadr then explains how Islam reconciles the personal motivations of the human being with social interests by creating morality ...
In fact, the content similarities between these affective traits and life satisfaction have led some researchers to view both ... PA increases attentional focus and behavioral repertoire, and these enhanced personal resources can help to overcome or deal ... PA also strongly relates to life satisfaction. The high energy and engagement, optimism, and social interest characteristic of ... Affection Surgency Joy Gratitude Satisfaction Happiness Ashby, F. G.; Isen, A. M.; Turken, A. U. (1999). "A neuropsychological ...
Hoover expressed great satisfaction for the film. The documentary contains footage from Hoover's personal collections, online ...
Consumer satisfaction for generics was very high; 93% of those who purchased generics were satisfied with the product and 86% ... The intention behind debranding is often to make the company appear less corporate and therefore more personal and "forward ... its name from its logo for a marketing campaign in an attempt to make themselves appear less corporate and more personal. " ...
Adair, J.G. (Ed). (1998). Advances in Psychological Science: Social, Personal, and Cultural Aspects. Adair, J.G. The human ... Vohra, N (2000). "Life satisfaction of Inian immigrants in Canadad". Psychology and Developing Societies. 12 (2): 109-138. doi: ... Vohra, N., & Adair, J. (2000). Life Satisfaction of Indian Immigrants in Canada. Psychology and Developing Societies. ... Adair, John (1998). Advances in Psychological Science: Social, Personal, and Cultural Aspects. Hove, England: Psychology Press ...
Bränström, Richard; Yvonne Brandberg (2010). "Health Risk Perception, Optimistic Bias, and Personal Satisfaction". American ... Optimism may occur from either a distortion of personal estimates, representing personal optimism, or a distortion for others, ... Stemming from this, control is a stronger factor when it comes to personal risk assessments, but not when assessing others. A ... "Egocentric thinking" refers to how individuals know more of their own personal information and risk that they can use to form ...
Taylor, L. (2017). The personal and professional experience of novice English teachers working in South Korea. In L.L.C. Won & ... Nelson, P., & Gongwer, J. (2000). Proposals to increase teaching effectiveness and job satisfaction. KOTESOL Proceedings (PAC2 ... Thorkelson, Tory S. (2016). Language teaching organizations and professional job satisfaction. Korea TESOL Journal 12(1), 67- ...
... personal and social autonomy, social adaptability, personal and social efficiency, interpersonal development and professional ... Self-reported satisfaction typically drops as the years of marriage roll on, particularly for couples who have children ... A personal sense of responsibility is required for the pursuit of the values that give life meaning, but it is the realization ... The personal answer to any particular question can lead to positive actions, and hopefulness, which is a very powerful, and ...
The Zebra puzzle has been used as a benchmark in the evaluation of computer algorithms for solving constraint satisfaction ... wgarner/personal/puzzles/fish_puzzle_sol.htm http://udel.edu/~os/riddle.html Karttunen, Lauri. "Einstein's Puzzle". Retrieved 1 ... Prosser, Patrick (1993). "Hybrid Algorithms for the Constraint Satisfaction Problem" (PDF). Computational Intelligence 9(3). ...
ISU personal bests highlighted in bold. Historic ISU personal bests highlighted in bold. List of select Jewish figure skaters " ... He expressed satisfaction with his season overall. While traveling to a USFSA training camp in August 2019, the car Brown was ... He placed fifth at 2014 Rostelecom Cup with a personal best in the free skate of 159.24 points. His placements earned him 7th ... In the free skate he set his personal best and finished sixth overall. Brown placed fourth overall at the 2015 World Figure ...
Lester only forswears personal satisfaction at the film's end. On the cusp of having sex with Angela, he returns to himself ... Academics have described the film as a satire of American middle class notions of beauty and personal satisfaction; further ... He felt that because of the visual themes, and because each character's story was "intensely personal", it could not be done on ... beauty and satisfaction. Even Lester's transformation only comes about because of the possibility of sex with Angela; he ...
He died with the satisfaction of escaping the war. Before the search for the Sith Lord can proceed further, General Grievous ... Here, the trail grows cold at the base of 500 Republica, the personal quarters of many of Coruscant's finest. At 500 Republica ...
Bridges, Ana J.; Morokoff, Patricia J. (December 2011). "Sexual media use and relational satisfaction in heterosexual couples ... ". Personal Relationships. 18 (4): 562-585. doi:10.1111/j.1475-6811.2010.01328.x. Bridges, Ana J.; Deen, Tisha L.; McGahan, ... Bridges, Ana J.; Pyle, Tara M. (December 2012). "Perceptions of relationship satisfaction and addictive behavior: comparing ... the mediating role of cognitions for dyadic and sexual satisfaction (Ph.D. thesis). University of Rhode Island. OCLC 247499203 ...
... to accept only the works which provide me personal satisfaction. I have followed his instructions since the very first day and ... She published photography books and for the last twenty years of her life she focused on feminist issues and personal projects ... In the 1990 decade, she developed this topic with a personal and inevitably political vision, by making another workshops, as ... a aceptar sólo los trabajos que me dieran satisfacción personal. Seguí sus indicaciones desde el primer día y no me arrepiento ...
Fahr found a lot of satisfaction in seeing others succeed. Not only did he significantly invest in Puratone, but he also played ... Fahr was a silent partner in many business and personal ventures. In addition, a well-respected member of the larger community ...
And I want to perform for my own personal satisfaction." He played for Hyderabad Heroes and ICL India in the ICL from 2007 to ...
Life satisfaction is a characteristic linked to teacher workplace experiences. A recent study in Pakistan compared teachers who ... TVET classes also offer money management lessons, personal and family health practices, and healthcare information. Providing ... Special education teachers also reported higher levels of life satisfaction. The study revealed that the general mood of the ... Anjum, A., Shoukat, A., Muazzam, A., & Ejaz, B. (2020). Emotional Intelligence and Life Satisfaction of Teachers Working at ...
In times in which there were no difficulties standing in the way of sexual satisfaction, such as perhaps during the decline of ... Hendrick, S. S.; Hendrick, C. (1995). "Gender differences and similarities in sex and love". Personal Relationships. 2 (1): 55- ... If the invitation is accepted, the satisfaction of the boy's desire eliminates the romantic frame of mind, the craving for the ... An obstacle is required in order to heighten libido; and where natural resistances to satisfaction have not been sufficient men ...
It was around the turn of the millennium that the United States broke the 50 percent mark in Internet use, personal computer ... and Satisfaction". Communication Reports. 27 (1): 13-26. doi:10.1080/08934215.2013.845675. ISSN 0893-4215. Rosen, Larry Ph.D. " ... This fear involves an obsessive need to provide constant status updates on one's own personal, day-to-day life, movements, ... For men, media use predicted endorsement of personal thinness and dieting and select attitudes in favor of thinness and dieting ...
Knowing personal limits and expectations is important in helping others with defensive behavior. Being able to have effective ... Humans have an inherent need to attain goals and satisfaction; however, when we do not attain those goals and needs, we feel ... Give them plenty of personal space. Show them through facial expressions and body language that active listening is taking ... Understanding and dealing with defensiveness is an important personal skill. Following are some of the strategies: Recognize ...
... satisfaction level, quality of alternatives, and investment size. Personal Relationships, 5(4), 357-391. https://doi.org/ ... Then in 1987, the Iowa Network of Personal Relationships (which would later be known as the International Network of Personal ... Here, they called on the field to draw more attention to and place greater weight on the role of sexual satisfaction; they ... Personal relationships can include colleagues, acquaintances, family members, and others, so long as the criteria for the ...
Patterns of intense personal interest in celebrities was found to be conjunction with low levels of closeness and security. ... In such cases, autonomy is known to generally increase job satisfaction. Self-actualized individuals are thought to operate ... Autonomous moral agents can be expected to obey the command of a categorical imperative even if they lack a personal desire or ... It is thought that autonomy is fully explained as the ability to obey a categorical command independently of a personal desire ...
It can offer stimulating ideas, or assist individuals and couples to get in touch with their personal fantasies. Porn can ... in which a woman was shown being mutilated for the audience's sexual satisfaction. Two of the first American feminists to ... supply individuals with great satisfaction or at worst, disgust. Royalle emphasizes that this all relies on what couples or ...
... much to the satisfaction of Wellington and Frazer (commander of the horse artillery).[8] It then took part in the advance to ...
Selecting a volunteer position should be handled with careful thought as to your personal interests, areas of community you ... including increased satisfaction, improved sense of belonging, lower blood pressure, increased protection from Alzheimer's, and ... clear goals for your time and service will better inform the value of your volunteer efforts as it relates to your personal ...
Kroepfl L, Emer JJ (November 2016). "Combination Therapy for Acne Scarring: Personal Experience and Clinical Suggestions". ... of women reported satisfaction with the control of their acne with flutamide.[125] Although effective, flutamide has a risk of ...
JEL: K35 - Personal Bankruptcy Law. JEL: K39 - Outros. JEL: K4 - Legal Procedure, the Legal System, and Illegal Behavior ... JEL: M54 - Labor Management (team formation, worker empowerment, job design, tasks and authority, job satisfaction). JEL: M55 ... JEL: L84 - Personal, Professional, and Business Services. JEL: L85 - Real Estate Services. JEL: L86 - Information and Internet ...
... constraints as this can be easily implemented without the need for any extra specialized procedures for the satisfaction of the ...
Creative expression: Personal satisfaction also comes from the act of writing software as an equivalent to creative self- ...
Niebuhr captured his personal experiences in Detroit in his book Leaves from the Notebook of a Tamed Cynic. He continued to ... The men cannot possibly find any satisfaction in their work. They simply work to make a living. Their sweat and their dull pain ... Personal style[edit]. Niebuhr was often described as a charismatic speaker. The journalist Alden Whitman wrote of his speaking ... that former FBI director James Comey used Niebuhr's name as a screen name for his personal Twitter account. Comey, as a ...
In the U.S., chiropractors perform over 90% of all manipulative treatments.[209] Satisfaction rates are typically higher for ... some of whom continue to oppose it as being incompatible with chiropractic philosophy and an infringement of personal freedom. ... Gaumer G (2006). "Factors associated with patient satisfaction with chiropractic care: survey and review of the literature". J ... function and patient satisfaction.[107] A 2010 systematic review found low level evidence that suggests chiropractic care ...
... intent to inflict financial or personal injury or just satisfaction for the attacker.[72] Researchers suggest a few safeguards ... and a personal computer.[68] These researchers showed they could shut down a combination heart defibrillator and pacemaker and ... was a medical device because it calculates a fertility window for each woman using personal data. The manufacturer, Sympto- ...
Job satisfaction is also related to negative health outcomes.[120][121] A literature review[122] and meta-analysis[123] of high ... Resources can be external (provided by the organization) or internal (part of a worker's personal make-up). In addition to ... calling attention to personal and organizational means for ameliorating the impact of the crisis.[129] Economic insecurity ... or stimulate personal growth. Control and support as per the DCS model are subsumed under resources. ...
... trans women had a similar sexual satisfaction to non-trans women, but trans men had a lower level of sexual satisfaction to non ... their scores in the domains of physical and personal limitations were significantly lower.[5][28] On the other hand, research ... which is independent from sexual satisfaction.[32] Many studies have been carried out to investigate satisfaction levels of ... The enhancement of sexual satisfaction was positively related to the satisfaction of new primary sex characteristics.[5] Before ...
... average life satisfaction of any sexual orientation amongst cisgender respondents. The results of the survey also showed ...
For the men involved, it was a small-scale "Dunkirk" with a hollow satisfaction achieved.[1] The 504th was then relieved of its ...
The Psychic Being is Sri Aurobindo's term for the Personal Evolving Soul, the principle of Divine spirit in every individual.[ ... a consciousness half delivered out of its original imprisonment which has become of vital craving and satisfaction or repulsion ... These can become associated with personal aspirations, ambitions, notions of spiritual fulfilment and yogic siddhi, and even be ...
There are passages here and there from which the connoisseurs alone can derive satisfaction; but these passages are written in ...
Different levels of personal protective equipment created to unique standards are used in situations where the risk of ... and reduced rates of patient satisfaction.[13] In Canada, a national report (Canada's Health Care Providers) also indicated ... Compliance with appropriate personal protective equipment rules may be difficult in certain situations, such as tropical ... In general, appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE) is the first-line mode of protection for healthcare workers from ...
At the most direct and personal level, those who have the greatest stake in recidivism are: the formerly incarcerated person; ... Individuals with this disorder gain satisfaction through their antisocial behavior and lack remorse for their actions.[58] ... The study says this happens due to personal and situation characteristics, including the individual's social environment of ...
Bill Harbaugh, a University of Oregon economist, concluded people are motivated to give for reasons of personal prestige and in ... those who volunteered were higher on life satisfaction and will to live, and lower in depression, anxiety, and somatization.[33 ... Feelings of empathic concern are contrasted with feelings of personal distress, which compel people to reduce their own ... A feeling of personal responsibility or - moral norm - has also strongly been associated with other pro-social behaviors such ...
Cubans Show Little Satisfaction with Opportunities and Individual Freedom World Public Opinion. 10 January 2007 ...
"Student satisfaction" (weight 1.5) - a measure of the view of students on the teaching quality (data source: the National ... "Student satisfaction (+50 to −55 points)" - the results of national student surveys are scored taking a theoretical minimum and ... "Overall satisfaction" (5%) - final-year students opinions about the overall quality of their course (data source: National ... The 2009 student satisfaction survey placed the Open University 3rd and Birkbeck 13th out of 153 universities and higher ...
Wilson expressed satisfaction in the direction of the album, stating "...tracks like 'Every Home Is Wired' and 'Dark Matter' ...
36 with personal adjustment, and -.45 with empathy. The failure of the scale to disentangle Introversion and Neuroticism (there ... Some researchers have expressed reservations about the relevance of type to job satisfaction, as well as concerns about the ... personal values, social roles, and characteristic hand gestures.[52]:32-207 ...
Thus only by increasing dosage of the drug will provide the same satisfaction, making it dangerous for the user.[11] ...
... implies that one who loses $100 will lose more satisfaction than another person will gain satisfaction from a $ ... it has been shown that people are more motivated when their incentives are to avoid losing personal resources, as opposed to ...
Personal Best was criticized for engaging in the cliched plot device of one woman returning to a relationship with a man, ... Physical and therefore emotional satisfaction was considered impossible without a natural phallus. Male intervention into ... Women in homosexual relationships responded to this designation either by hiding their personal lives or accepting the label of ... or had ambiguous personal lives, that "for all purposes should be gay". These included Zelda from The Many Loves of Dobie ...
In Canada, the system now known as Employment Insurance was formerly called Unemployment Insurance. The name was changed in 1996, in order to alleviate perceived negative connotations. In 2015, Canadian workers pay premiums of 1.88%[6] of insured earnings in return for benefits if they lose their jobs. The Employment and Social Insurance Act was passed in 1935 during the Great Depression by the government of R.B. Bennett as an attempted Canadian unemployment insurance programme. It was, however, ruled unconstitutional by the Supreme Court of Canada as unemployment was judged to be an insurance matter falling under provincial responsibility. After a constitutional amendment was agreed to by all of the provinces, a reference to "Unemployment Insurance" was added to the matters falling under federal authority under the Constitution Act, 1867, and the first Canadian system was adopted in 1940. Because of these problems Canada was the last major Western country to bring in an employment insurance ...
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  • Coursework and Essay: Questionnaire on customer satisfaction in restaurants best academic challenges! (jeromechamber.com)
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  • Five parent satisfaction questionnaires-the Parent Feedback Questionnaire, Neonatal Index of Parent Satisfaction, Inpatient Parent Satisfaction-Children's Hospital Minneapolis, Picker Institute-Inpatient Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Survey, and the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit-Parent Satisfaction Form-are critically reviewed for their ability to measure parent satisfaction within the framework of the neonatal care delivery process. (aappublications.org)
  • Information about the doctors' demographic characteristics, job quality, and job satisfaction was collected through a designed questionnaire. (biomedcentral.com)
  • At the end of the trial, patients completed the validated PRAM-TSQ questionnaire measuring treatment satisfaction and preference and perceived medication benefits and side effects. (diabetesjournals.org)
  • The questionnaire consisted of the Maslach Burnout Inventory, the 12-item General Health Questionnaire, a questionnaire to determine job satisfaction and stress, and questions to obtain demographic characteristics and to measure the staff's consideration of alternative work situations. (cmaj.ca)
  • Five years after the emergency department visit, 186 persons aged 18-64 answered questionnaires on symptoms (Rivermead Post-Concussion Symptoms Questionnaire, RPQ), disabilities (Rivermead Head Injury Follow Up Questionnaire, RHFUQ), and life satisfaction (LiSat-11). (deepdyve.com)
  • Participation, 3 appraisals, and mental health were related to life satisfaction and together explained 50% of the total variance in life satisfaction. (vu.nl)
  • In a study by Hribernik and Mussap (2010), leisure satisfaction was found to predict unique variance in life satisfaction, supporting its inclusion as a distinct life domain contributing to subjective well-being. (wikipedia.org)
  • The methodology used in the rankings highlights the importance of having a digital strategy to engage consumers, as well as, relying upon patient satisfaction data already being collected for the HCAHPS initiative . (typepad.com)
  • This category is based on response from public patient satisfaction data collected by Centers for Medicare and Medicaid (CMS) . (typepad.com)
  • Evidence of this phenomenon is found in the numerous publications that focus on patient satisfaction as a key outcome measure of health care. (aappublications.org)
  • Patient satisfaction, defined as the perception of patient needs and expectations being met, is rapidly becoming a primary indicator for evaluation and comparison of quality in health care plans. (aappublications.org)
  • 1 , ,2 Currently, efforts are underway in the national accrediting organizations for unified, standardized patient satisfaction measures, thus supporting the importance of measurement of customer needs and expectations. (aappublications.org)
  • 7 , ,8 This work has expanded our thinking from measuring purely clinical outcomes to measuring clinical and functional outcomes, patient satisfaction, and cost of care within the framework of the care delivery process. (aappublications.org)
  • To develop a reliable, valid measure of patient satisfaction with out of hours care suitable for large scale service evaluation. (bmj.com)
  • A reliable, valid measure of patient satisfaction has been developed, suitable for large scale evaluation of out of hours care. (bmj.com)
  • 11 12 Low patient satisfaction may result in poor compliance with the potential for waste of resources and suboptimal clinical outcome. (bmj.com)
  • Measuring patient satisfaction with medical care is not straightforward. (bmj.com)
  • Are measures of patient satisfaction hopelessly flawed? (bmj.com)
  • In her editorial on the 'usefulness' of measures of patient satisfaction Haggerty uses a common sense definition of satisfaction, i.e. " a judgment about whether expectations were met. (bmj.com)
  • Assessment review which highlighted that patient satisfaction is influenced by varying standards, different expectations, the patient's disposition, time since care, and previous experience. (bmj.com)
  • 15] Without identifying the theoretical foundation of the concept of (patient) satisfaction it is debatable how we can link it usefully to the quality of the services provided. (bmj.com)
  • A review of some unresolved issues in the measurement of patient satisfaction. (bmj.com)
  • 1992. The measurement of patient satisfaction. (bmj.com)
  • 12. Williams B. Patient satisfaction: A valid concept? (bmj.com)
  • The aim of this study is to compare the patient satisfaction and clinical assessment (shade matching, surface texture and marginal discoloration) of Bio- High Performance Polymers (HPP) restoration versus E-max restoration compared to contralateral tooth in anterior zone. (clinicaltrials.gov)
  • Is the Number of Documented Diabetes Process-of-Care Indicators Associated With Cardiometabolic Risk Factor Levels, Patient Satisfaction, or Self-Rated Quality of Diabetes Care? (diabetesjournals.org)
  • We sought to determine whether variation in the number of simple diabetes processes of care across provider groups is associated with variation in other quality indicators, including cardiometabolic risk factor levels, patient satisfaction with care, or patient-rated quality of care. (diabetesjournals.org)
  • Analyses using hierarchical regression models assessed associations of the mean number of seven simple process measures with each of the following: HbA 1c (A1C), systolic blood pressure (SBP), HDL and LDL cholesterol levels, patient satisfaction with care, and patient-rated quality of care. (diabetesjournals.org)
  • The number of care processes documented was associated with patient satisfaction measures and self-rated quality of diabetes care. (diabetesjournals.org)
  • Patient satisfaction with Patient Education Materials (PEM). (clinicaltrials.gov)
  • Determine whether one of these forms, print-based PEMs or media-based PEMs, results in greater patient satisfaction versus the other. (clinicaltrials.gov)
  • Patient satisfaction is both an indicator of quality of care, and a component of quality care. (careset.com)
  • the interpersonal process is the vehicle by which technical care is implemented and on which its success depends" (from Press [2002] Patient Satisfaction: Defining, Measuring, and Improving the Experience of Care , Health Administration Press). (careset.com)
  • PURPOSE We wanted to review the medical literature regarding the relationship between interpersonal continuity of care and patient satisfaction and suggest future strategies for research on this topic. (annfammed.org)
  • The resulting articles were screened to select those focusing on the relationship between interpersonal continuity in the doctor-patient relationship and patient satisfaction. (annfammed.org)
  • RESULTS Thirty articles were found that addressed the relationship between interpersonal continuity and patient satisfaction with medical care. (annfammed.org)
  • CONCLUSIONS Although the available literature reflects persistent methodologic problems, a consistent and significant positive relationship exists between interpersonal continuity of care and patient satisfaction. (annfammed.org)
  • A logical starting point is to examine the degree to which interpersonal continuity improves patient satisfaction. (annfammed.org)
  • Patient satisfaction is generally viewed as a desirable quality characteristic, 3 and there are standardized techniques to measure satisfaction. (annfammed.org)
  • 4- 11, 13, 15, 20, 22- , 36 Several of these articles have concluded that interpersonal continuity improves patient satisfaction. (annfammed.org)
  • This article describes our efforts to examine systematically the evidence regarding the association between interpersonal continuity and one aspect of care quality, the level of patient satisfaction. (annfammed.org)
  • This is the first study to investigate whether age gaps between classmates (that is, relative age) affect life-satisfaction gaps in adolescence. (uni-muenchen.de)
  • We find evidence that relative age negatively impacts adolescents' life-satisfaction. (uni-muenchen.de)
  • A twelve-month age gap decreases life-satisfaction, rated on a 0-10 scale, by 0.3 points. (uni-muenchen.de)
  • Adolescents' Academic Achievement and Life Satisfaction: The Role of Parents' Education. (uni-muenchen.de)
  • Schimmack, U., E. Diener, and S. Oishi (2002) 'Life-satisfaction is a momentary judg- ment and a stable personality characteristic: The use of chronically accessible and stable sources. (uni-muenchen.de)
  • A focusing illusion in judgments of life satisfaction. (uni-muenchen.de)
  • Welsch, Heinz (2006) 'Environmental welfare analysis: A life satisfaction approach. (uni-muenchen.de)
  • We found that social media use is not, in and of itself, a strong predictor of life satisfaction across the adolescent population. (pnas.org)
  • Both spouses reported life satisfaction and depressive symptoms independently at three annual points over 2 years. (nih.gov)
  • Where parallel associations were found between models of life satisfaction and depressive symptoms, we undertook invariance analyses to compare the relative strength of associations. (nih.gov)
  • a concomitant crossover effect was also evident from wives to husbands at 1- and 2-year follow-up, such that wives' life satisfaction predicted changes in their husbands' life satisfaction beyond that previously and concomitantly reported. (nih.gov)
  • the relative effect of this crossover on older husbands is comparatively equivalent for life satisfaction and depressive symptoms. (nih.gov)
  • Life satisfaction is an important index of mental health and also predicts other important outcomes such as longevity and decreased mortality. (springer.com)
  • Negative affect has a unique inverse relationship with life satisfaction across the life span. (springer.com)
  • Therefore, determining psychological factors that uniquely predict future life satisfaction and that reduce the trait negative affect-life satisfaction relationship is theoretically and clinically important. (springer.com)
  • After controlling for time 1 life satisfaction, higher time 1 self-efficacy for regulating despondency and distress (SEDes) predicted higher future life satisfaction over average time periods of 17 days ( N = 127), 32 days ( N = 83), and 41 days ( N = 65) among college students. (springer.com)
  • However, in post hoc exploratory regressions that included self-efficacy for experience and expression of positive emotions (SEPos), SEDes predicted higher time 2 life satisfaction, but only SEPos uniquely predicted higher time 3 and time 4 life satisfaction. (springer.com)
  • Self-efficacy beliefs as determinants of prosocial behavior conducive to life satisfaction across ages. (springer.com)
  • This may lead to decreased life satisfaction, which is insufficiently studied in the context of whiplash injuries. (deepdyve.com)
  • Therefore, the primary aim of this investigation was to study neck pain and other symptoms, disability, and life satisfaction five years after whiplash injury in a defined population and geographical area.MethodsThe study was carried out at a public hospital in northern Sweden and was a cross-sectional survey of patients five years after the injury event in a cohort of whiplash-injured patients. (deepdyve.com)
  • Compared with healthy controls, the whiplash injured exhibited more symptoms and had lower life satisfaction. (deepdyve.com)
  • The health care professionals significantly underestimated the patients' scores in the life satisfaction and general affect instruments and significantly overestimated the patients' assessment of the relative hardship associated with ventilator dependence. (nih.gov)
  • Objective: To clarify relationships between activities, participation, mental health, and life satisfaction in persons with spinal cord injury (SCI) and specify how personal factors (self-efficacy, neuroticism, appraisals) interact with these components. (vu.nl)
  • and (2) appraisals are mediators between participation and mental health and life satisfaction, and self-efficacy and neuroticism are related directly to mental health and life satisfaction and indirectly through appraisals. (vu.nl)
  • Main Outcome Measures: Mental health was measured by using the Mental Health subscale of the 36-Item Short Form Health Survey and life satisfaction with the sum score of "current life satisfaction" and "current life satisfaction compared with life satisfaction before SCI. (vu.nl)
  • Conclusions: Mental health and life satisfaction can be seen as 2 separate but interrelated outcome variables. (vu.nl)
  • Is life satisfaction hump-shaped with alcohol consumption? (unc.edu)
  • We studied the shape of the relationship between alcohol consumption (defined in grams of pure alcohol consumed in the last 30days) and life satisfaction (measured by a five-item scale) by running a set of regressions. (unc.edu)
  • Unadjusted analyses indicated a clear hump-shaped relationship between life satisfaction and alcohol use. (unc.edu)
  • The relationship between leisure satisfaction and life satisfaction, however, was reduced when considering the impact of core affect (underlying mood state). (wikipedia.org)
  • 2 model (Gaudreau & Thompson, 2010) and academic outcomes (i.e., academic satisfaction and grade-point average [GPA]) differed across 2 sociocultural groups: Asian Canadians and European Canadians. (arctichealth.org)
  • OBJECTIVE This study tested a model hypothesizing that treatment affects objective clinical outcomes, which in turn affect perceived consequences, which in turn affect satisfaction and preference judgments. (diabetesjournals.org)
  • RESULTS Statistical modeling demonstrated that active pramlintide was significantly associated with greater treatment satisfaction, preference, and perceived benefits (all except hypoglycemia prevention), as well as objective clinical outcomes (weight loss, lower postprandial glucose [PPG], lower medication tolerance, more hypoglycemia). (diabetesjournals.org)
  • Clinical outcomes (especially PPG) accounted for almost half of the effect of the study medication on treatment satisfaction and preference. (diabetesjournals.org)
  • Treatment satisfaction and preference were strongly related to the perceived benefits/side effects of the study medication, and these perceptions (especially glucose control) mediated most of the association of clinical outcomes with satisfaction and preference. (diabetesjournals.org)
  • Improvements in objective clinical outcomes accounted for a large part of the association of pramlintide treatment with higher treatment satisfaction and preference. (diabetesjournals.org)
  • Assessment of patient-reported outcomes (PROs), especially treatment satisfaction, is increasingly recognized as important in determining the efficacy of new therapies ( 1 , 2 ). (diabetesjournals.org)
  • Other perceived consequences of treatment that are not driven by objective clinical outcomes (e.g., convenience, pain, etc.) also may influence satisfaction and/or preference judgments ( 7 ). (diabetesjournals.org)
  • We found that several objective clinical outcomes were associated with perceived benefits ( 8 ) and treatment satisfaction and/or preference ( 7 , 9 ). (diabetesjournals.org)
  • Do objective clinical outcomes account for group differences in treatment satisfaction or preference? (diabetesjournals.org)
  • Staffing is a very important component of patient outcomes and nurse satisfaction. (prezi.com)
  • The thesis investigated the relationship between personal determinants of gender, education academic qualification and position held at school and the level of job satisfaction among teachers in Government aided primary schools in Butaleja District, Eastern Uganda. (mak.ac.ug)
  • The study found a significant relationship between the personal determinants and level of job satisfaction and recommended recruitment and retention of more female teachers, employ more teachers of certificate, improvement on the teacher's total package subject to a match between the individual's work and qualifications and the deployment of teachers in positions in line with their level of education for career prospects. (mak.ac.ug)
  • Other studies among Pakistani and South African nurses found that personal stress significantly predicts job satisfaction (Makola et al. (scielo.org.za)
  • Given that realizing such interpersonal preferences positively predicts relationship satisfaction, any changes in women's preferences associated with changes in their HC use may interact with partner facial attractiveness to predict women's relationship satisfaction. (pnas.org)
  • Watch for the 2018 release of This is a sure correct download off balance: getting beyond the work-life balance myth to personal, Just here Map's thread of interior prestige but it will document you century you could download to CHANGE about store needlecases. (humanarts.org)
  • A comparative study was made to see the effect of 7 personal characteristics (Age, Sex, Marital Status, No. of dependents, years of education, years of experience, and annual income) on job satisfaction. (repec.org)
  • Personal Characteristics and Job Satisfaction - India-Nigeria Comparison ," IIMA Working Papers WP1983-04-01_00531, Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad, Research and Publication Department. (repec.org)
  • Multinomial logistic regression was used to estimate effects of compensation and working conditions on nursing assistants overall job satisfaction, controlling for personal characteristics and local labor market characteristics. (hhs.gov)
  • To increase job satisfaction of infusion nurses, boosting strategies for personal coping resources, perceived organization support, and examination of work performance characteristics of each local area should be considered. (jkasne.org)
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  • On a five-point scale, "individuals who rate their satisfaction level as '5' are likely to become return customers and might even evangelize for the firm. (wikipedia.org)
  • 53 satisfaction items were measured on a 5-point scale, with higher scores indicating greater satisfaction. (wikiversity.org)
  • Satisfaction is measured on a 5-level scale. (google.com)
  • Once finish the treatment procedure, the participants will be assessed the satisfaction by using visual analog scale. (clinicaltrials.gov)
  • The Satisfaction With Life Scale (SWLS): Appraisal with 1700 health young adults in The Netherlands. (springer.com)
  • The Satisfaction With Life Scale (SWLS): Psychometric properties in a non-psychiatric medical outpatients sample. (springer.com)
  • The reliability and validity of the Satisfaction with Life Scale. (springer.com)
  • The Psychological Reward Satisfaction Scale: developing and psychometric testing two refined subscales for nurses. (prezi.com)
  • The Life Domain Satisfaction Measures and Semantic Differential Scale of General Affect are instruments designed by Campbell to measure perceived well-being. (nih.gov)
  • Using a 6 Likert scale the index of job satisfaction was calculated and interview guide information was also incorporated. (mak.ac.ug)
  • This study sought to determine whether personal stress is a more significant predictor of burnout, job satisfaction and general health than work stress. (scielo.org.za)
  • Findings revealed that personal stress is a better predictor of burnout and general health than job satisfaction, which is better predicted by work stress. (scielo.org.za)
  • HOUSTON (October 7, 2010) - According to the Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems ( CAHPS ) survey, for the fifth consecutive year Houston-based health plan 'KelseyCare' powered by CIGNA leads Texas health plans in enrollee ratings of overall satisfaction with their health care. (kelsey-seybold.com)
  • For a copy of the article "Subjective Well-Being and National Satisfaction: Findings From a Worldwide Survey" and access to other Psychological Science research findings, please contact Keri Chiodo at 202-293-9300 or [email protected] . (healthcanal.com)
  • [2] In a survey of nearly 200 senior marketing managers, 71 percent responded that they found a customer satisfaction metric very useful in managing and monitoring their businesses. (wikipedia.org)
  • This 2010 university student satisfaction data was systematically sampled from 300 University of Canberra students, as a class exercise for Survey research and design in psychology . (wikiversity.org)
  • QuestionPro is the leading Online Survey Platform for Customer Satisfaction Survey Questions, providing end-to-end solutions for tracking customer satisfaction. (questionpro.com)
  • The findings come after 306 saline implant recipients and 176 silicone implant recipients, all of whom underwent breast reconstruction after a mastectomy in either the US or Canada, completed a survey to determine satisfaction with the look and feel of their breasts post-surgery. (newbeauty.com)
  • One newly developed satisfaction survey, Consumer Assessment of Health Plans, is being lobbied widely as a leading instrument for comprehensive measurement of patient (adult) satisfaction and for standardized comparisons of quality health plans. (aappublications.org)
  • 7. Bisset A, Chesson R. Is this satisfaction survey satisfactory? (bmj.com)
  • Complete our short sample survey and receive a Personal Engagement Profile Report! (custominsight.com)
  • Home health care satisfaction: mean section score for 'Personal Issues' questions on Home Health Care Survey. (careset.com)
  • This measure is used to assess the mean score for the questions in the "Personal Issues" section of the Home Health Care Survey. (careset.com)
  • The "Personal Issues" section is one of five sections that comprise the Home Health Care Survey . (careset.com)
  • Patients receiving home health care during the reporting period who answered at least one question in the "Personal Issues" section of the Home Health Care Survey. (careset.com)
  • 2009, participants required a child and parent from a family to fill out an online survey which measured the amount of involvement in family leisure activities and the satisfaction with involvement of family leisure activities. (wikipedia.org)
  • Incongruency between HC use at relationship formation and current HC use was negatively associated with sexual satisfaction, regardless of husbands' facial attractiveness. (pnas.org)
  • In addition, in these two samples, being a fourth quartile drinker was negatively associated with satisfaction. (unc.edu)
  • A sample of 697 undergraduate students (23% Asian Canadians) completed self-report measures of dispositional perfectionism, academic satisfaction, and GPA. (arctichealth.org)
  • Results showed that higher satisfaction was associated with a balance between degree centrality and betweenness (i.e., measures of network cohesion and network modularity, respectively). (uab.cat)
  • Quality is multifaceted 10 and its assessment requires multiple measures of process, such as response times, telephone advice rates, prescribing, and admission rates combined with measures of outcome such as health status and satisfaction. (bmj.com)
  • There is no doubt that my gardener let his own personal issues affect his interactions with me in ways that damaged our relationship. (thebusinesstimes.com)
  • Conceptually, personal stress includes stress experienced in the home environment including ongoing health problems of loved ones, relationship problems as well as financial problems (Bromberger & Matthews, 1996) whereas work stress includes stress experienced in the work environment related to patient care, job demands, staff issues, lack of support and overtime (Rothmann, Van Der Colff, & Rothmann, 2006). (scielo.org.za)
  • Adopting a cross-sectional design based on personal network analysis methods, the main aim of this study is to explore the relationship between satisfaction with the social support received by individuals suffering chronic pain and the structure, composition, and functional content in social support of their personal networks. (uab.cat)
  • Much research has focused on the relationship between customer satisfaction and retention. (wikipedia.org)
  • The role of mindfulness in romantic relationship satisfaction and responses to relationship stress. (springer.com)
  • In study 1, wives reported their marital satisfaction every 6 mo for 4 y and then reported the history of their HC use for their relationship. (pnas.org)
  • Ko de Ruyter 1998-06-01 00:00:00 In this article the relationship between store image, store satisfaction and store loyalty is examined. (deepdyve.com)
  • We hypothesise that the positive relationship between manifest store satisfaction and store loyalty is stronger than the positive relationship between latent store satisfaction and store loyalty. (deepdyve.com)
  • Second, the relationship between store image and store loyalty is mediated by store satisfaction. (deepdyve.com)
  • The null hypotheses of no significant relationship between gender, academic qualification and positionn held at school with level of job satisfaction were tested using the student t-test and ANOVA statistical tools. (mak.ac.ug)
  • 1, 4- , 10 Recently, 3 of these dimensions were organized into a hierarchy ranging from the availability of accurate information from one health care encounter to another (informational continuity), through a pattern of health care utilization at a particular site of care (longitudinal continuity), to a personal doctor-patient relationship characterized by loyalty and trust (interpersonal continuity). (annfammed.org)
  • 12 Interpersonal continuity refers to a special type of longitudinal continuity in which an ongoing personal relationship between the patient and clinician is characterized by personal trust and responsibility. (annfammed.org)
  • Additionally, relationship status interacted with age group and gender on differences in leisure satisfaction. (wikipedia.org)
  • In addition to the strategies of self-management support developed by nursing and health organizations, an individual's personal network represents a major resource of social support in the long-term. (uab.cat)
  • Participation in leisure activities and leisure satisfaction are inextricably linked to an individual's health. (wikipedia.org)
  • This suggests that leisure satisfaction may primarily be influenced by an individual's subjective well-being level as represented by core affect. (wikipedia.org)
  • 2010), subjective well-being (SWB) was defined as a combination of an individual's emotional reactions, satisfaction with specific aspects of one's life, and satisfaction with one's whole life. (wikipedia.org)
  • [1] "Customer satisfaction data are among the most frequently collected indicators of market perceptions. (wikipedia.org)
  • Effective Customer Satisfaction Surveys focus on measuring customer perceptions of how well a company delivers on the critical success factors and dimensions of the business. (questionpro.com)
  • Additional research is required to develop comprehensive parent satisfaction surveys that measure parent perceptions of neonatal care within the framework of the care delivery process. (aappublications.org)
  • This judgment is a very personal one, based on perceptions of care being responsive to patients' "individual needs," rather than to any universal code of standards (McGlynn, 1997). (careset.com)
  • Leisure satisfaction is the positive perceptions or feelings that an individual forms, elicits and gains as a result of engaging in leisure activities and choices. (wikipedia.org)
  • KelseyCare received the highest enrollee satisfaction ratings when compared to other health care plans across Texas and surpassed the state average of 48 percent. (kelsey-seybold.com)
  • KelseyCare also leads all other health care plans in the state in 'personal doctor overall' satisfaction with 70 percent satisfaction rating compared to the state average of 63 percent. (kelsey-seybold.com)
  • For people with high incomes and people in Western countries, well-being was more closely linked to personal factors like health, standard of living, and job satisfaction. (healthcanal.com)
  • The findings of this study could inform potential solutions to reduce the impact of personal and work stress on burnout, job satisfaction and general health. (scielo.org.za)
  • Health systems support personal health management by providing patients with information and tools needed for self care such as patient portals and electronic libraries of health content. (typepad.com)
  • It is important that personal trainers assess the wants and needs of their clients, which often involves getting to know their dietary and health history, helping them set realistic short- and long-term goals, and designing specific regimens of exercise. (payscale.com)
  • Personal Trainers develop exercise programs based on a client's goals and health needs. (seek.com.au)
  • Wolters Kluwer Health may email you for journal alerts and information, but is committed to maintaining your privacy and will not share your personal information without your express consent. (lww.com)
  • Personal health records (PHRs) are an important tool for empowering patients and stimulating health action. (jmir.org)
  • The Wellness Resource Center is the result of his personal quest to shift medical orientation from sickness to health. (healthy.net)
  • PURPOSE Burnout, attrition, and low work satisfaction of primary care physicians are growing concerns and can have a negative influence on health care. (annfammed.org)
  • 13- , 19 Some authors have questioned whether a personal model of care is feasible, as health plans increasingly have required provider changes for economic reasons. (annfammed.org)
  • Thus, the purpose of this study was to observe, the use, satisfaction and preferences of mental health services (MHS) among a sample of Puerto Rican cancer patients under oncology treatment (n=70). (aacrjournals.org)
  • In recent years, new healthcare technologies, budget cuts and changing healthcare environments continue to increase personal and work stress among nurses (Jennings, 2007). (scielo.org.za)
  • This affects job satisfaction while invoking feelings of inadequacy which can lead to burnout and compromised wellbeing of nurses. (scielo.org.za)
  • Evidence shows that work stress contributes to higher burnout levels among nurses and is associated with lower job satisfaction (Graham, Davies, Woodend, Simpson, & Mantha, 2011). (scielo.org.za)
  • In relation to personal stress, one study among Chinese nurses found that it interferes with work, thereby contributing to higher burnout levels (Wang, Chang, Fu, & Wang, 2012). (scielo.org.za)
  • Attributes of nursing work environment as predictors of registered nurses' job satisfaction and intention to leave. (prezi.com)
  • This study is a descriptive study to explore the effects of work performance, perceived organization support, and personal coping resources on job satisfaction of infusion nurses in Korea. (jkasne.org)
  • Comparisons are made both within and across countries to identify similarities and differences in job satisfaction. (repec.org)
  • Analyses suggest that besides the systematic differences in working qualities experienced by women and men, different job expectations and values in job rewards cause the differences in job satisfaction between men and women. (biomedcentral.com)
  • The measurement of satisfaction with healthcare: implications for practice from a systematic review of the literature. (bmj.com)
  • Purpose: Educate nursing students and healthcare providers on the quality indicators of nurse satisfaction and staffing. (prezi.com)
  • Component analysis indicated seven scales (satisfaction with communication and management, doctor's attitude, continuity of care, delay until visit, access to out of hours care, initial contact person, telephone advice) related to overall satisfaction and containing issues identified as important to patients. (bmj.com)
  • Most studies of treatment satisfaction and preference assess differences between groups using different treatments, but the diabetes literature reveals little effort to determine how treatment affects treatment satisfaction and preference. (diabetesjournals.org)
  • Caregivers are called the next day to assess caregiver satisfaction with the PEMs, which mode of PEM was more helpful to them, and how comfortable they felt managing their child's pain pump at home. (clinicaltrials.gov)
  • The following day, caregivers are contacted by phone call to answer a number of questions to assess their satisfaction with the PEMs they received, the mode of PEM they preferred, and how comfortable they felt managing their child's pain pump at home. (clinicaltrials.gov)
  • Few studies about gender differences in job quality and job satisfaction among medical professionals have been carried out in China. (biomedcentral.com)
  • So the objectives of this study were to examine whether and to what extent gender differences existed in job quality and job satisfaction of doctors in rural western China. (biomedcentral.com)
  • Besides examining gender differences in single dimensions of job quality and job satisfaction, principal component analysis was used to construct a composite job quality index to measure the differences in the comprehensive job quality, and exploratory factor analysis was applied to evaluate the differences in the overall job satisfaction. (biomedcentral.com)
  • Significant and marginally significant gender differences were only found in satisfaction with remuneration compared to workload, the chance of promotion and working environment. (biomedcentral.com)
  • In some studies, the gender job satisfaction gap in favor of women has been attributed to their lower job expectations. (biomedcentral.com)
  • Psychological well-being also plays a large role in the treatment of physical medical problems, and successful treatment greatly affects patients' personal satisfaction. (downtownhospital.org)
  • In my last column, I described how allowing personal issues to negatively affect your customers exacts a heavy cost on your business due to customer dissatisfaction. (thebusinesstimes.com)
  • Does the increasing amount of time adolescents devote to social media negatively affect their satisfaction with life? (pnas.org)
  • A1C levels), which in turn affect perceived consequences (e.g., better glucose control, more frequent hypoglycemia), which in turn affect treatment satisfaction (e.g., belief that the benefits of treatment outweigh the burden) and preference judgments (e.g., desire to continue taking the new medicine). (diabetesjournals.org)
  • The majority of studies to date have focused on the effects of work stress in the nursing environment, with the effect of personal stress in nursing being less explored. (scielo.org.za)
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  • Personal trainers are people who work in one-on-one situations with clients who wish to improve their physical fitness and/or athletic abilities. (payscale.com)
  • Personal trainers will work with clients by motivating and encouraging them during each session through a designed set of exercises and even weight training. (payscale.com)
  • Personal trainers are typically employed at gyms and private workout clubs, although some may work as freelancers. (payscale.com)
  • Job satisfaction represents a combination of positive or negative feelings that workers have towards their work. (wikiversity.org)
  • Job satisfaction refers to the attitudes and feelings individuals have about their work. (wikiversity.org)
  • Intrinsic need satisfaction: a motivational basis of performance and well-being in two work settings. (springer.com)
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  • Personal Trainers commonly work in gyms and fitness centres, but many are self-employed professionals, work at hotels, on cruise ships or at lifestyle retreats. (seek.com.au)
  • You may also work as a Personal Trainer if you have a Diploma of Fitness (SIS50215), Complete Personal Trainer qualification, or a degree in exercise science or human movement. (seek.com.au)
  • How Does Treatment Satisfaction Work? (diabetesjournals.org)
  • Who you work with matters: RN surveys reveal the importance of working relationships to job satisfaction. (prezi.com)
  • To estimate the impact of nursing home work practices, specifically compensation and working conditions, on job satisfaction of nursing assistants employed in nursing homes. (hhs.gov)
  • The participants' job satisfaction score was 3.01, their work performance score was 3.60, their perceived organization support score was 2.83, and their personal coping resources score was 3.53. (jkasne.org)
  • Top employers have a work culture that encourages employee loyalty and aligns corporate with personal values. (sciencemag.org)
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  • We undertook this study as a first step in investigating whether an abbreviated mindfulness intervention could increase job satisfaction, quality of life, and compassion among primary care clinicians. (annfammed.org)
  • Turnover is costly in a variety of ways, but employers who address the nine dimensions of employee satisfaction will find that their turnover rates fall when satisfaction is high. (study.com)
  • Considering KelseyCare's continued year-after-year success in overall enrollee satisfaction - consistently outpacing our competitors - we know the ACO model works to not only provide high-satisfaction, but also quality and value for patients and employers. (kelsey-seybold.com)
  • The participating female doctors were shown to have better job quality and greater job satisfaction. (biomedcentral.com)
  • As documented, the differences are mainly reflected in two domains, job quality and job satisfaction. (biomedcentral.com)
  • 1977) was about job and leisure satisfaction contributing to quality of life (QOL). (wikipedia.org)
  • This article reviews the pediatric satisfaction literature, with particular attention to neonatal care, addresses known concepts of care that are important to families, critically reviews parent satisfaction questionnaires, and offers recommendations for future studies. (aappublications.org)
  • Nineteen of the 22, including 4 clinical trials, reported significantly higher satisfaction when interpersonal continuity was present. (annfammed.org)
  • Furthermore, results provided evidence for cross-cultural differences in academic satisfaction. (arctichealth.org)
  • ascertaining effect of academic qualification to the level of job satisfaction and to establish if position held affected the level of job satisfaction. (mak.ac.ug)
  • Customer satisfaction provides a leading indicator of consumer purchase intentions and loyalty . (wikipedia.org)
  • A distinction is made between true store loyalty and spurious store loyalty and manifest and latent satisfaction with the store. (deepdyve.com)
  • Furthermore, we hypothesise a direct as well as an indirect effect through satisfaction of store image on store loyalty. (deepdyve.com)
  • Personal trainers may also individualize training procedures for each of their clients. (payscale.com)
  • How do Personal Trainers rate their role? (seek.com.au)
  • Positive attitudes indicate a higher job satisfaction (Armstrong, 2006). (wikiversity.org)
  • We now know that women who elect to proceed with the placement of a silicone implant report higher satisfaction with their reconstructed breasts than those who choose saline implants," said Dr. Colleen McCarthy, the study author from Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. (newbeauty.com)
  • It's important to note that while silicone implants scored higher in satisfaction, those with saline implants were not un satisfied. (newbeauty.com)
  • Although it may seem obvious, compensation is actually rarely the primary or most significant source of satisfaction and motivation. (study.com)
  • The study also found that regardless of the implant material, satisfaction diminished over time and satisfaction was lower when a patient had received radiation treatment. (newbeauty.com)
  • We also found that perceived benefits of treatment were associated with treatment satisfaction/preference ( 6 , 7 ) and accounted for most of the difference between groups in treatment satisfaction/preference ( 6 ). (diabetesjournals.org)
  • While such surveys usually do an excellent job of measuring employee engagement or satisfaction, they are also likely to leave you with more questions than answers when you try to understand what is driving employee engagement or disengagement in your workplace. (custominsight.com)
  • 15. Staniszewska S, Ahmed L. The concepts of expectation and satisfaction: do they capture the way patients evaluate their care? (bmj.com)
  • In study 2, wives reported whether they were using HCs when they met their husbands and then their marital satisfaction and HC use every 4 mo for up to three waves. (pnas.org)
  • Perceived treatment consequences mediated the effect of objective clinical benefits on satisfaction with and preference for the study medication. (diabetesjournals.org)
  • The present study aims to compare caregiver satisfaction and efficacy between two modes of patient education materials (PEMs): media based and print based. (clinicaltrials.gov)
  • Choosing to participate in a study is an important personal decision. (clinicaltrials.gov)
  • People were asked a series of questions about their life including their job satisfaction, household income, and how they feel about their life and their country. (healthcanal.com)
  • Although sales or market share can indicate how well a firm is performing currently , satisfaction is perhaps the best indicator of how likely it is that the firm's customers will make further purchases in the future . (wikipedia.org)
  • [5] Still others show that the cognitive and affective components of customer satisfaction reciprocally influence each other over time to determine overall satisfaction. (wikipedia.org)
  • Using social cognitive theory as a lens, we theorized and empirically tested how individual factors (patient activation and provider satisfaction) and two environment factors (technology and organization) influence patient intentions to use a PHR among early adopters of the technology. (jmir.org)
  • But female showed greater satisfaction in the overall job satisfaction and the factor including sub-aspects of working environment, remuneration compared to workload, the chance of promotion, utilization of subjective initiative, and sense of achievement. (biomedcentral.com)
  • While job satisfaction, as a subjective notion, describing the level of contentment that employees feel about their jobs. (biomedcentral.com)
  • The average Personal Finance Company salary ranges from approximately $21,434 per year for Customer Service Representative to $41,894 per year for Branch Manager. (indeed.com)