INTRODUCTION: This study, It is planned for purposes to assess the impact of internet addiction onto life quality of future health professionals.
METHODS: Material and Methods: Students studying for a private university department of health (296 people) created the universe of descriptive study of the type in January 2015. In the surveyed, 286 students who in school and agreed to participate in the study has been sampling. The research data; was collected with the implementation of the survey consists of Internet Addiction Scale (IAS) questions with socio-demographic characteristics and factors affecting internet usage. Data analysis was performed using t-test, single direction variance and correlation analysis.
RESULTS: Results: Students covered in the survey, 61.9% were female students and the mean age was 19.97±1.03. 22.1% of students uses internet 20 hours or more per week. Within the scope of the research students IAS point average was 30.77±15.70.
DISCUSSION AND CONCLUSION: Conclusion: The health professionals are average internet user.