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Title:Zdravje, počutje in zadovoljstvo z življenjem najstarejših starih v Sloveniji
Authors:ID Hvalič Touzery, Simona (Author)
Files:URL http://dk.fdv.uni-lj.si/db/pdfs/TiP2014_2-3_Hvalic-Touzery.pdf
 
Language:Slovenian
Work type:Not categorized
Typology:1.01 - Original Scientific Article
Organization:FZAB - Angela Boškin Faculty of Health Care
Abstract:V javnozdravstvenih in družboslovnih razpravah se podatke za mlajše starejše pogosto posplošuje na vse starostnike, a dejansko se najstarejši stari precej razlikujejo od ostalih starostnikov. Namen članka je pokazati na te razlike z vidika zdravja, počutja in zadovoljstva z življenjem. Uporabili smo podatke 4. vala mednarodne raziskave SHARE (2011). Na vzorcu 1.306 slovenskih starostnikov smo opravili bivariantno analizo in ugotovili, da je samoocena zdravja povezana s starostjo (p = 0,000). Najstarejši stari imajo največ simptomov različnih bolezni (p = 0,000), težav s koncentracijo (p = 0,000) in pomanjkanjem energije (p = 0,001) ter so najbolj omejeni pri dnevnih aktivnostih in opravilih (p = 0,000). Pozitiven odnos do življenja s starostjo upada.
Keywords:kakovost življenja, skrb za zdravje, starejši ljudje, Slovenija
Publisher:Fakulteta za sociologijo, politične vede in novinarstvo v Ljubljani
Year of publishing:2014
Number of pages:str. 458-474, 513-514
Numbering:Letn. 51, št. 2/3
PID:20.500.12556/ReVIS-1011 New window
COBISS.SI-ID:79100673 New window
ISSN:0040-3598
UDC:613-053.9(497.4)
Publication date in ReVIS:24.02.2017
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Abstract:In public health and social discussions, results pertaining to the young old are often extrapolated to the oldest old, yet their characteristics do not follow the exponential trend found in surveys of the oldest old. The purpose of this article is to point out these differences in terms of health, well-being and life satisfaction. The present analysis is based on the SHARE Wave4 international study (2011). We analysed 1,306 Slovenian older people in terms of bivariate analysis. We found that self-perceived health was associated with age (p = 0.000). The oldest old have several health conditions (p = 0.000), difficulties concentrating (p = 0.000), are lacking energy (p = 0.001) and are more limited in daily and instrumental activities (p = 0.000). A positive attitude to life declines with age.


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