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Prediction of assessment of quality assessment in higher education, based on spiritual health of college students, ilam university of medical sciences

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Seyed Rahmatollah Mousavimoghadam, Reza Dousti, Behrouz Mahmoudi and Neda Zahirikhah
Subject Area: 
Health Sciences
Abstract: 

Introduction: One of the common methods for assessing of quality in higher education, students' point of view, in this regard, and spiritual health, as one of health, because it is the integration of other dimensions, and involve two later, and religious. Methods: This research is descriptive and is the correlation type. The population of this study consisted of all students of ILAM University of Medical Sciences, in the year 1393, at the University, were enrolled. In this research, stratified sampling, was used. According to Morgan, 311 students, as the sample was selected. In this research, three questionnaires: demographic characteristics, and Alison PULUTZIN spiritual health questionnaire, and a questionnaire on the quality of higher education in York (1995), was used. Discussion: The results of the Pearson correlation coefficient showed that the level of quality in higher education, solidarity and spiritual health, there is a significant positive And male students assess the quality of higher education, was somewhat higher, Also, the results of this research indicate that, between male and female students, in terms of spiritual health, there are significant differences. Also, the results of simple linear regression analysis showed that the prediction quality assessment in higher education students, according to their spiritual health, is significant. Conclusions: This study showed that, based on spiritual health of college students, they can evaluate the quality of higher education, as predicted; And, accordingly, be aware of the spiritual health of students, in their assessment of the quality of education, the university plans to use it effectively.

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