Espaços livres públicos e qualidade de vida
evidências do protocolo WHOQOL-BREF
Palavras-chave:Saúde, Análise estatística, Questionário, Praças urbanas
Nas últimas décadas, a rápida urbanização reduziu as áreas verdes urbanas e os Espaços Livres Públicos, influenciando na saúde e na qualidade de vida da população. Este estudo analisa a influência de morar próximo a praças na percepção da qualidade de vida. Utilizando o Protocolo WHOQOL-BREF, a qualidade de vida dos residentes que vivem em dois raios foi
comparada em duas praças localizadas em diferentes bairros no Brasil. Os resultados foram discutidos com base nas características dos entrevistados e nos atributos físicos dos Espaços Livre Públicos. Os resultados indicaram que morar próximo às praças urbanas pode ter impactos positivos na qualidade de vida.
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