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The research of life quality of different age population groups


Приступа Евгений Никодимович
доктор педагогических наук, профессор, академик Украинской академии наук,ректор Львовского государственного университета физической культуры
prystupa@rambler.ru
Образовательная организация: Львовский государственный университет физической культуры, Львов, Украина

Ключевые слова: quality of life, health, physical activity.

Аннотация: The article is devoted to the problems of development and application of new concepts for integrated characterization of physical, psychological, emotional and social health, environmental factors, life values and skills. The aim of the study was to analyze the existing model of life quality and determine the value of health indicators in the quantitative measurement of human well-being. The models of life quality based on objective and subjective indicators were examined. The health indicators that provide critical information on the population's health and prevention programs were characterized. The role of physical activity in improving of life quality was defined. The features of quantitative assessment of life quality using international questionnaires were analyzed.

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Приступа Евгений Никодимович - доктор педагогических наук, профессор, академик Украинской академии наук,ректор Львовского государственного университета физической культуры

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