Document Type and Release Option
Thesis (open access)
Dr. Marian Tabi
The primary goal of this research study is to examine the knowledge disparities in diabetes mellitus of health related and non- health related undergraduate majors at Georgia Southern University. The Newest Vital Sign tool is used to assess health literacy between majors. Health related majors will have a higher health literacy score. The research questions to be investigated are (a). do non-health related majors lack an understanding of diabetes mellitus and (b). do all college students have adequate health literacy. With the findings, health education and promotion programs can be established and directed towards the appropriate population.
Duffy, Caroline, "Knowledge Disparities in Diabetes Mellitus among Undergradute College Students: An Exploratory Study" (2018). University Honors Program Theses. 338.