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Type: Artigo
Title: Quality of life, cohesion and adaptability in beneficiary families of the "Bolsa Familia" Program
Author: Pereira Rosalini, Maria Helena
Probst, Livia Fernandes
da Cunha, Inara Pereira
Castro Gondinho, Brunna Verna
Cortellazzi, Karine Laura
Possobon, Rosana de Fatima
Pereira, Antonio Carlos
Guerra, Luciane Miranda
Abstract: We evaluated the association between quality of life, family cohesion and sociodemographic factors of beneficiary families of the Bolsa-Familia Program (PBF). This was an analytical, cross-sectional study with exploratory methodology. The sample was composed of 385 respondents. The dependent variable was the quality of life (WHOQOL-BREF), and the independent variables were sociodemographic characteristics, self-rated health, family cohesion and adaptability (FACES III). The best quality of life was associated with an age younger than or equal to 36 years (OR = 2.15), higher educational level (OR = 1.54), good/very good health (OR = 6.39), not having current health problem (OR = 5.68), no treatment (OR = 1.76), moderate (OR = 3.39) and high (OR = 3.66) family cohesion and moderate adaptability (OR = 2.23). Individuals from families with moderate and high family cohesion were more likely to have a better quality of life than those from families with low cohesion. The male volunteers were 3.54 times more likely to have a better quality of life. It was concluded that moderate and high levels of cohesion may impact positively to the quality of life of persons receiving the PBF, indicating that social programs should seek to strengthen these dynamics
metadata.dc.description.abstractalternative: Avaliou-se a associação entre qualidade de vida, coesão familiar e fatores sociodemográficos de famílias beneficiárias do Programa Bolsa Família (PBF). Estudo transversal, analítico e de caráter exploratório com amostra representativa de 385 entrevistados. A variável dependente foi a qualidade de vida (WHOQOL-BREF), e as variáveis independentes quantificadas em características sociodemográficas, autopercepção sobre saúde, coesão e adaptabilidade familiar (FACES III). A melhor qualidade de vida associou-se com idade menor ou igual a 36 anos (OR = 2,15), maior nível educacional (OR = 1,54), boa/muito boa saúde (OR = 6,39), não ter problema de saúde atual (OR = 5,68), sem tratamento (OR = 1,76), moderada (OR = 3,39) e alta (OR = 3,66) coesão familiar e moderada adaptabilidade (OR = 2,23). Indivíduos provenientes de famílias com moderada e alta coesão familiar tiveram mais chance de ter uma melhor qualidade de vida do que aqueles vindos de famílias com baixa coesão. Os voluntários do sexo masculino tiveram 3,54 vezes mais chance de apresentar uma melhor qualidade de vida. Concluiu-se que níveis moderados e altos de coesão podem impactar positivamente uma melhor qualidade de vida das pessoas beneficiárias do PBF, indicando que as ações sociais devem buscar o fortalecimento dessa dinâmica
Subject: Política social
Relações familiares
Country: Brasil
Editor: Associação Brasileira de Pós - Graduação em Saúde Coletiva
Rights: Aberto
Identifier DOI: 10.1590/1413-81232018241.30592016
Address: https://www.scielo.br/scielo.php?script=sci_arttext&pid=S1413-81232019000100307
Date Issue: 2019
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