UI Health Data
Data on UI student health behaviors, attitudes and beliefs
Student Health & Wellness has been collecting data on student health interests and behaviors for over 15 years. We collect anonymous surveys, using a convenience sample of undergraduate academic courses. Our data collection occurs every other year and the information we gain is used to guide program development and needs assessment efforts. We also compare the data we collect with data collected on UI student health behaviors by other researchers and have found the data trends to be replicated in other findings.
The 2009 data collection resulted in 852 completed surveys with a 95% response rate, the 2011 data collection resulted in 875 completed surveys with a 98% response rate, and the 2012 data collection resulted in 882 completed surveys with a 99% response rate. For more information or for citation information, please contact Trisha Welter (email@example.com).
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2006 Data Summaries
- Health Practices, General Health Behaviors
Summary of self-care, nutrition, fitness, stress and sexual health behaviors of UI students
- Summary Data
This summary includes a variety of analyses and additional tables/charts
- BMI data
Analysis of BMI (Body Mass Index) distribution and desires re: weight gain/loss
- Tobacco Data
- AlcoholEdu 06 Executive Summary
2007 Data Summaries
2008 Data Summary
2009 Data Summaries
- National College Health Assessment Summary
- Tobacco Summary Data
- BMI data
Mean BMI and desire to maintain/lose/gain weight
- AlcoholEdu 09 Summary