Please enter verification code
Survey of Health Knowledge Between Medical and Non-medical College Students in Fengtai Distract of Beijing
American Journal of Health Research
Volume 6, Issue 4, July 2018, Pages: 93-97
Received: Aug. 6, 2018; Accepted: Sep. 14, 2018; Published: Oct. 27, 2018
Views 1027      Downloads 110
Ren Xukai, Health Education Institute of Fengtai Center for Disease Control and Prevention, Beijing, China
Li Yingying, Health Education Institute of Fengtai Center for Disease Control and Prevention, Beijing, China
Article Tools
Follow on us
Objective To know the attitudes, content, achieving approach of health knowledge among medical and non-medical college students, analyze their difference, provide the evidence for health education in college students. Methods Cluster random sampling method was used to recruit 660 college students from medical and non-medical colleges in Fengtai Distract of Beijing. The subjects were investigated by self-designed questionnaire, and there were 603 valid questionnaires. Results 72.6% of students believed that it was necessary to have health knowledge. College students were most interested in health lifestyle, accounting for 60.2%, followed by reasonable dietary and nutrition (47.6%), emergency aid and communal (43.9%), mental health (37.4%). The primary approach that college students obtained health knowledge was mobile phones and network, accounting for 67.2%, followed by paper media (63.0%), television and video (55.4%). There were significant difference in healthy lifestyle, reasonable diet and nutrition, mental health, infectious disease prevention, chronic disease prevention, public places reliability analysis between medical and non-medical students (P>0.05) The difference in attitude towards knowledge and achieving approach were not statistically significant (P>0.05). Conclusions College students' have the positive attitude towards health knowledge. Medical and non-medical students focus on different health content. New media technology should be strengthened to cultivate college students’ health knowledge in college students.
College Student, Health Knowledge, Survey, Medical
To cite this article
Ren Xukai, Li Yingying, Survey of Health Knowledge Between Medical and Non-medical College Students in Fengtai Distract of Beijing, American Journal of Health Research. Vol. 6, No. 4, 2018, pp. 93-97. doi: 10.11648/j.ajhr.20180604.16
Copyright © 2018 Authors retain the copyright of this article.
This article is an open access article distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution License ( which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited.
Zhang min, Huang yue, Liu meijun et al. An analysis of health literacy status of medical students and non-medical students in Bengbu City [J]. Chinese Journal of School Health. 2015, 36(01):121-123.
Li baikun, Zhan yucan, Li jing, et al. An analysis of lower grade students ’state of sub- health and correlative factors in a university of Chinese medicine[J] Chinese Journal of Disease Control & Prevention, 2018, 22(01):66-69.
Chen fa, He baochang, Liu mengyan. Investigation and analysis on oral hea-lth status and practice for college students in Fuzhou [J]. Chinese Journal of School Health. 2015, 36(01):31-33.
Chen jundao, Wang xiaoguo, Rong qingxiu, et al. Survey on biosafety and knowledge, attitude and practice of infectious disease among students in Anhui province [J]. Chinese Journal of Health Education, 2015, 31(05):464-466+489.
Jia chengzhi. Investigation and Analysis of College Students' Health Problems and Health Education Needs [J] Technology and management, 2016, 18(05):109-113.
Li Haihong, Li Qian, Yang Tao. Research on Common Health Problems among College Students in Beijing and their Approaches of Acquiring the Health Knowledge [J]. Chinese Journal of School Health. 2014, 35(3):444-446.
Zhao liang, Cheng xiangqian, Cao ru, et al. Present situation about the health literacy of junior college students in Nanjing Medical University [J] 2016, 16(03):200-204.
Yu hongmei, Chengyan. Jiang shengwen. Research on College Students' Psychological Health Education under Modern Media [J]. News Front, 2015(01):184-185.
Zhou weiwei, Luo chunhua, Fan cunxin, et al. A study on the status and influential factors of health literacy among undergraduate students in Guangzhou City [J]. Chinese Journal of Disease Control and Prevention 2014, 18(07):654-658
Wang beibei. Study on Psychological Health Education for University Students in Network Environment –take Northwest A& F University as an example [J]. Northwest A& F University, 2013.
Zeng Yulan, Xia Lin. Survey on knowledge, behavior and attitude of oral health among medical students of different grades [J]. Occupation and Health. 2013, 29(17):2237-2239.
Chen ping, Jia zhonghua, Zhang peng. A preliminary study on the mental health education mode of college students under the "Internet +" environment [J]. Journal of Chongqing Electric Power College, 2018, 23(01):10-12+15.
Zhang zuxi, Liao youguo. The Development Status, Challenges and Countermeasures of Mental Health Education in Colleges and Universities [J] Journal of Changchun University of terchnology (Higher Education Study Edition) 2018, 23(01):10-12+15.
Yang xu. Investigation and Intervention Studies of Medical College Student Health Knowledge and Health Behavior [D] Tianjin Medical University, 2013.
Science Publishing Group
1 Rockefeller Plaza,
10th and 11th Floors,
New York, NY 10020
Tel: (001)347-983-5186