A Case Study on the Life Satisfaction of Accredited Social Health Activist (ASHA) Workers in the Primary Health Centre of Udupi District, Karnataka
Ravichandra, Pradeep M D
ASHA workers, Life satisfaction, Age, Income.
The present research aimed to study the Life satisfaction among ASHA workers, the life satisfaction in different age group among ASHA workers and to find the life satisfaction in different income group among ASHA. Sample of the study consisted 72 ASHA workers from the villages coming under Primary Health Center, Udupi district, Karnataka. Their age ranged between 20 to >40 years. The personal data sheet prepared by the investigator and Life satisfaction scale by Dr. (Mrs), Pramila Singh & George Joseph was used to measure the Life satisfaction. The average has been calculated to find out the objectives of the present study. The result indicates that, among 72 ASHA workers, 25 (34.72%) have High life satisfaction, as high as 40(55.5%) of them have Average life satisfaction and 7 (9.72%) have low life satisfaction. Among 31 members in the age range of 20-30 years, as high as 18 (58.06%) are having average life satisfaction, where as in among 39 in age range of 30-40 years as high as 22 (56.41%) of them are having average life satisfaction. Among ASHA workers having income more than Rs 2000, 18 (38.29%) are in high life satisfaction, 29 (61.70%) are having average life satisfaction.
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Unique Paper ID: 165770

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 11, Issue 1

Page(s): 1578 - 1584
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