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Discussion on College Students’ Knowledge of Public Health Emergencies and Coping strategies

Jia Zeng

Abstract


Purpose: to exploring the knowledge and coping strategies of public health emergencies among college students,
and to provide theoretical basis for clinical practice. Methods: taking 100 college students as the research object, the start
time was June 2019 and the end time was December 2019. A questionnaire was used to investigate and record the access to
health knowledge of all students. Then, a comparative experiment method was used, in which 50 students implemented
routine management as the reference group and 50 patients implemented promotion education management as the research
group. The public health knowledge and satisfaction of all students were counted and statistically analyzed. Results among
all the students, there were 49 cases (49.00%) of acquiring knowledge through e-learning, 16 cases (16.00%) of acquiring
knowledge through training lectures, 12 cases (12.00%) of acquiring knowledge through knowledge competitions, 20
cases (20.00%) of acquiring knowledge through expert lectures and 3 cases (3.00%) of acquiring knowledge through other
channels. Compared with the reference group, the scope of public health events and the score of emergency plan before
management in the study group were p > 0.05, which was not statistically significant. The scope of public health events and
the score of emergency plan in the study group were better than those in the reference group (P < 0.05). The scores of safety
awareness and laws and regulations of students in the research group were compared with those in the reference group (P >
0.05). The scores of safety awareness and laws and regulations in the study group were significantly higher than those in
the reference group (P < 0.05). Conclusion: college students’ public health emergencies have complex occurrence
mechanism, which is mainly due to the large population density of students and limited activity space. We should
strengthen the health management between schools and students, improve the knowledge about public health events, and
promote the continuous improvement of public health event response ability, so as to effectively prevent public health
events.

Keywords


College Students; Public Health Emergencies; Knowledge; Coping Strategies; Promoting Educational Management;

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/ahe.v5i6.3741

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