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Marital Satisfaction and Its Components in Families of Naval Officers

Etminan, Farnoush and Zarei, Eghbal and Mohammadi, Kourosh (2015) Marital Satisfaction and Its Components in Families of Naval Officers. Journal of Archives in Military Medicine, 3 (4). ISSN 2345-5071

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Abstract

Background: The health of military families including factors affecting the productivity and satisfaction of employees and armed forces are of great importance. Objectives: This study aimed to compare the public health and scale corresponding to the four groups of military families (surface, subsurface, marines, and pilots). Patients and Methods: The sample in this study included 200 families of naval officers who were selected through stratified sampling method Results: The results showed that the officers’ families of shallow subsurface, marines and pilots differed in terms of public health. The findings also showed that in families of small-scale pilot officers, subscales physical symptoms, sleep disturbances, symptoms of anxiety, and depression symptoms subscale scores were higher. There was a difference in the marital satisfaction and its components among different families of the naval officers. To explain the findings, we had to note that the mean of marital satisfaction and its subscales in the three groups of naval families (i.e. surface forces, submarine forces and marine forces) was different from the families of the naval pilot officers. Consequently, since the group of naval pilot families had the highest level of difference both in the general variable of marital satisfaction and its subscales, it is necessary to study this subject further in future researches. Conclusions: Given the importance of the military in safeguarding our borders, the study found that public health is relatively good in the four studied forces, but the pilot families should pay some more attention to their health to achieve improved public health.

Item Type: Article
Subjects: W Health professions > Medical Education W.18
Depositing User: User Mehran Mazaheri
Date Deposited: 24 Apr 2017 06:29
Last Modified: 24 Apr 2017 06:29
URI: http://eprints.ajaums.ac.ir/id/eprint/3648

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