Study Regarding the Occupational Self-Assessment in University Students
Keywords:occupational balance, university students, physical activity, leisure, daily activities
This study aimed to investigate the perception of occupational balance among university students. The research was conducted using a cross-sectional design, and the Occupational Self-Assessment (OSA) tool was used to evaluate students' perceived level of competence
in occupational skills, performance, volition, and habituation, as well as the value placed on each occupation. The study found that university students promote a cult of self-care and are more aware about daily routine, finances, quality of tasks, and social expression. The OSA tool can facilitate student-centred learning by guiding students to identify their strengths and weaknesses and find the best learning strategies for themselves.