Association of coping styles to stress with the quality of life of students of the De La Salle Health Sciences Institute College of Medicine for the Academic Year 2013-2014
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Stress, Quality of Life, Medical Students
The study aimed to determine if there was an association between having predominantly problem-based coping mechanisms as opposed to having predominantly non-problem based coping mechanisms and the quality of life of medical students from DLSHSI-CM. The study used a cross-sectional research design. One hundred fifty five (155) respondents from first and second year medical students, school year 2013-2014 were included in the study and were selected using stratified random sampling. A survey questionnaire was used as instrument and data was analysed using frequency distribution, Chi-square test, The result showed prevalence of good quality of life among predominantly problem-based copers. Likewise, predominantly non-problem-based coping mechanism was associated with poor quality of life. However, the statistical analysis revealed no significant association between having predominantly problem-base coping mechanism and good quality of life.
Monzon, J. D., Landas, E. J., Madrid, K. A., Mercado, J. M., Nievera, K. H., Panlilio, A. J., Penaranda, A. P., Torrelavega, L. D., Torres, D. M., & Torres, J. P. (2014). Association of coping styles to stress with the quality of life of students of the De La Salle Health Sciences Institute College of Medicine for the Academic Year 2013–2014. [Research output, De La Salle Medical and Health Sciences Institute]. GreenPrints. https://greenprints.dlshsi.edu.ph/commed/12/