Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : university students

Health Awareness and Attitude Towards COVID-19 Pandemic Among University Students Under Healthcare Training in Al-Madinah

Roaa Y. Hassan, Karimah Alhussein Shararah, Shahad Abdullah Almuwallad, Shahad Khalid Alahmadi, Ghofran Abdullah Al-Harbi

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2023, Volume 10, Issue 1, Pages 2087-2092

The modern coronavirus infectious disease COVID-19 has been labeled internationally as a pandemic and is considered an emergency to the public health. Many studies were targeting university students as they play a great role after healthcare workers in relaying and spreading the awareness of COVID-19 and its preventive measures among colleagues, families, and friends. Therefore, it is of great importance to increase the knowledge and awareness about COVID-19.
Objectives: In this review article, we compare the most relevant studies that measure health awareness and attitude towards the COVID-19 pandemic.
Method: The articles are obtained from electronic databases such as PubMed, Science Direct and Google Scholar that are published during 2020.
Conclusion: Most studies showed high level of awareness among university students, and social media was found to be their main source of information. Among all the selected research papers, we found that the studies conducted in both the United Arab Emirates and Qassim Universities showed results that may be comparable to our topic


Mustafa Erol

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2022, Volume 9, Issue 7, Pages 7762-7777

Knowing the causes of burnout syndrome and finding solutions in this direction is essential.For this reason, this research aims to determine sports and health sciences students'burnout levels and to examine the causes of burnout syndrome. In addition, it is aimed to reveal whether the burnout levels of sports and health sciences students differ according to faculties and departments. A mixed design was used in the research method. The sample group was reached for the quantitative research design with easy sampling. The study sample consisted of the students of the faculty of sports sciences and the faculty of health sciences. For the qualitative design, students with high burnout were reached using the purposive sampling method. Maslach Burnout Inventory-Student Form for quantitative data and semi-structured interview form for qualitative data were used as data collection tools. 

Factor Analysis of Spiritual Health during Covid-19 Pandemic: A Positioning of Adventist Higher Education Institution Students in Asia-Pacific International University

Francis Hutabarat; Franklin Hutabarat

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2021, Volume 8, Issue 2, Pages 1283-1294

This study aims to determine the spiritual well-being of students at Asia-Pacific International University. The sample in this study amounted to 52 samples obtained during a period of 1 month. The data analysis technique used in this research is the factor analysis technique, which is processed using SPSS 16. The results showed that the following arefactors regarding spiritual health of students at university, they are in terms of developing worship of the Creator, developing oneness with God, developing peace with God, developing joy in life, developing prayer life, developing infer peace, developing respect for others and developing kindness towards other people.

Effectiveness of Smartphone Apps and Team Supports by Social Media Approaches to Promote Physical Activity Levels among Indonesian Nursing Students: Feasibility Study

Suardi Suardi, Ernawati Ernawati, Ferdy Lainsamputy, Sumarmi Sumarmi, Fransiskus Xaverius Widiantoro

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 10, Pages 4484-4494

Little known effectiveness of smartphone app exercise user in Indonesian nursing-students. It is necessary to explore the influence of interactive technologies on self-rated health or overall well-being. This study was evaluated an interactive smartphone-health app for nursing-students and the impact of a program building with psychosocial base on the increase of exercise efficacy to promote levels of physical activity (PA).
A pretest-posttest non-equivalent control design applied in 70 Indonesian nursing-students. A randomized assignment with a time-cluster technique used to avoid information contamination between groups. The web-based group received a social cognitive theory- based behavioral skill-building intervention by a web-based game with team competition for 10-week of a program. Outcome included level of PA, health outcomes, and self- efficacy. Multivariate ANCOVA and Chi-square test were adopted to test pre- and post- outcome effects.