Binary Logistic Regression Analysis of Tianjin University Students' Health Education Needs and Influencing Factors
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Yueying Lian, Fang Yuan, Jian Zhang
The purpose of this article is to study the needs of college students for health education, so as to promote the development of college health education and improve the physical health of college students. We conducted a questionnaire survey on the health education needs of college students in ten universities in Tianjin, and used a binary logistic regression model to analyze the factors that affect the health education needs of college students from three dimensions: individual characteristics, health education content and health education form. Our results show that 82.36% of college students express a need for college students’ physical health education. The college students’ demand for health education is based on nutrition and diet knowledge, safe medication knowledge, infectious diseases (hepatitis, tuberculosis, influenza, etc.) prevention knowledge, AIDS knowledge, the launch of health education knowledge contests, and the establishment of health education counseling centers have significant positive correlations, and different factors have different degrees of impact on results. These results demonstrate that the vast majority of college students need health education. This study suggests that relevant government departments and universities should increase investment in health education for college students, provide personalized health education content based on the characteristics of college students, and dynamically adjust the form of health education for college students to meet the needs of college students for health education.
Health education, Needs, binary logistic regression