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Research Article

Is Health Education at University Associated with Students’ Health Literacy? Evidence from Cross-Sectional Study Applying HLS-EU-Q

Table 4

Multiple regression analysis for the influence of demographics and study relation to health education variables on health literacy competences.

Healthcare Accessing Understanding Appraising Applying
95% CI95% CI95% CI95% CI

Gender(0.07 to 0.26)(0.09 to 0.24)(−0.01 to 0.23)(0.02 to 0.27)
Study year−0.03(−0.06 to 0.03)−0.01(−0.08 to 0.06)−0.02(−0.10 to 0.07)−0.03(−0.10 to 0.05)
Studied courses related to health education 0.06(0.04 to 0.20) 0.07(0.03 to 0.24)0.07(0.04 to 0.27)0.06(0.06 to 0.21)
Number of health education courses per week 0.01(−0.03 to 0.03) 0.07(−0.02 to 0.09) 0.01(−0.05 to 0.06)−0.01(−0.05 to 0.05)
, , , ,

Disease prevention Accessing Understanding Appraising Applying
95% CI95% CI95% CI95% CI

Gender(0.02 to 0.31)(0.04 to 0.30)(−0.01 to 0.23)0.04(0.08 to 0.27)
Study year0.02(−0.07 to 0.09)−0.01(−0.08 to 0.06)0.03(−0.03 to 0.10)−0.02(−0.12 to 0.07)
Studied courses related to health education0.08(0.03 to 0.37) 0.04(0.08 to 0.24)0.06(0.06 to 0.25)0.04(0.12 to 0.34)
Number of health education courses per week0.05(−0.03 to 0.09) 0.03(−0.03 to 0.07)0.02(−0.04 to 0.07)−0.03(−0.08 to 0.05)
, , , ,

Health promotion Accessing Understanding Appraising Applying
95% CI95% CI95% CI95% CI

Gender0.05(0.09 to 0.25)(0.06 to 0.34)0.05(0.06 to 0.28)0.04( 0.08 to 0.21)
Study year−0.04(−0.12 to 0.05)−0.03(−0.10 to 0.05)0.02(−0.07 to 0.10)0.04(−0.05 to 0.11)
Studied courses related to health education(−0.01 to 0.32)0.02(0.15 to 0.23)0.01(0.13 to 0.25)0.03(0.11 to 0.28)
Number of health education courses per week(0.01 to 0.12)(0.01 to 0.12)0.06(−0.03 to 0.10)(0.04 to 0.14)
, , , ,

Note. Analyses are based on mean per item; statistically significant , , and .

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