Health Awareness Level and Health Information Sources within Hail University Students in Light of Some Demographic Variables
This study aimed at: (1) Developing health awareness scale for preparatory year students at Hail University, (2) Identify health awareness level among preparatory year students at Hail University, (3) Identify relationship between health awareness level and health information sources between students according to some demographic variables (specialization, place of residence) and (4) Identify the most important health information sources between preparatory year students at Hail University. Three hundred students from preparatory year at Hail University participated in main study, their age ranged between 18-20 years. Questionnaire for measuring health awareness and identify health information resources between preparatory year students at Hail University used as data collection tool (prepared by researcher). The most important result were that: students, in general, have high level of health awareness, health program students are higher in health awareness level than students of engineering and human programs, and city students are higher in health awareness level than rural students.
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