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Student satisfaction and quality of institutional life in Higher Health Education

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Michel Oria Saavedra ,
Michel Oria Saavedra

Instituto Superior en Ciencias de la Salud "Juan Pablo II". Caacupé, Paraguay

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Gloria Concepción Rojas Ruíz ,
Gloria Concepción Rojas Ruíz

Instituto Superior en Ciencias de la Salud "Juan Pablo II". Caacupé, Paraguay

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Anibal Espinosa Aguilar ,
Anibal Espinosa Aguilar

Instituto Superior en Ciencias de la Salud "Juan Pablo II", Caacupé, Cordillera, Paraguay

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Jazmin Sebastiana Vaesken Rojas ,
Jazmin Sebastiana Vaesken Rojas

Instituto Superior en Ciencias de la Salud "Juan Pablo II", Caacupé, Cordillera, Paraguay

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Elias Hernán Presentado Mora ,
Elias Hernán Presentado Mora

Instituto Superior en Ciencias de la Salud "Juan Pablo II", Caacupé, Cordillera, Paraguay

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Cindi Jazmín Pérez Miño ,
Cindi Jazmín Pérez Miño

Instituto Superior en Ciencias de la Salud "Juan Pablo II", Caacupé, Cordillera, Paraguay

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Abstract

Introduction: Higher Education institutions seek to achieve institutional quality and influence student satisfaction. This is a feature that deserves an analysis that brings it closer to the particularities of the training of health students. Well, although it is a frequent topic under discussion, university demands increase.
Objective: Analyze current theoretical conceptions about student satisfaction and institutional quality of life in Higher Health Education.
Method: Integrative review for a critical and reflective analysis of contents of documents published between 2017-2023 with a methodology and theoretical reference. Keywords identified in DeCS and MeHS and Boolean operators were used: “higher education policy AND “health education” AND “universities” AND “medical education” AND “health students”, AND “accreditation”. The search strategy was carried out in the Índex, SciELO, Redalyc, Dialnet databases. The flow chart (PRISMA) was used to formulate the search strategy, 102 articles were identified and reviewed, of which 11 were useful regarding the evolution of the category. The following inclusion criteria were considered: original or review studies, available in full text, that declared the methodology applied, published in English and Spanish.
Conclusions: The conceptions of student satisfaction and institutional quality in Higher Health Education reveal the starting point for research. They show the complexity of the categories, which prevents delving into each independent one, and proportional relationships. Operational definitions are offered that contain the relationships.

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Oria Saavedra M, Rojas Ruíz GC, Espinosa Aguilar A, Vaesken Rojas JS, Presentado Mora EH, Pérez Miño CJ. Student satisfaction and quality of institutional life in Higher Health Education. Health Leadership and Quality of Life [Internet]. 2024 Jan. 13 [cited 2024 Jul. 15];3:43. Available from: https://hl.saludcyt.ar/index.php/hl/article/view/43

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