JUNE 14, 2022 (NewsRx) — By a News Reporter – Staff News Editor of Education Daily Report — Detailed education data was presented. According to reports from Harrisonburg, Virginia, by NewsRx reporters, the research said, “Student health insurance literacy is an area of limited prior knowledge, and investigations into this topic have the potential to impact self-help strategies. -care, self-efficacy, decision-making and quality of life of students. . The purpose of this study was to examine the factors associated with literacy and health insurance knowledge among undergraduate students.
News correspondents got a quote from the research of James Madison University“In this study, undergraduate students at a mid-Atlantic public university of United States who received and who did not receive instruction on health insurance were interviewed. Students were recruited from a course that provides formal training in health insurance, and students in a comparison group from the same university were recruited from a group of general education participants . Participants (n=364) completed an anonymous online survey that included demographics, health insurance experience, health insurance knowledge, and literacy self-efficacy. Health Insurance. Hierarchical multiple regression results indicated that course participants who received instruction about health insurance had higher scores on a measure of health insurance knowledge. Higher levels of health insurance self-efficacy were also associated with receiving health insurance-related instructions. Female gender and higher parental education were associated with lower self-efficacy. Improving health insurance knowledge and self-efficacy of undergraduate students is an important aspect of preparing students for post-graduate life where decisions about health insurance coverage and health care utilization will increase.
According to the journalists, the research concluded, “Furthermore, increasing knowledge about health insurance can help raise the standards of health literacy, health care, and health care seeking in communities.
This research has been peer reviewed.
For more information on this research, see: Exploring the Impact of Instruction On College Students’ Health Insurance Literacy. Community Health Journal2022. Community Health Journal can be contacted at: Springer, A New York Plazaoffice 4600, New York, NY, United States. (Springer – www.springer.com; Community Health Journal – http://www.springerlink.com/content/0094-5145/)
Our reporters report that additional information can be obtained by contacting Sri Siddhi N. Upadhyay, James Madison University, Department of Psychology, 91 Grace StreetMSc 7704, Harrisonburg, Virginia 22807, United States. Other authors of this research include Laura K. Merrell, Dayna S.Henry and Temple of April.
The direct object identifier (DOI) for this additional information is: https://doi.org/10.1007/s10900-022-01096-2. This DOI is a link to a free or paid online electronic document, and can be your direct source for a journal article and its citation.
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