Self-Assessment of the Clinical Healthcare Services at the University of Hawaii at Hilo Student Medical Services

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2019-04-25
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Hirata, Heather
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Pagan, Joan
Van Hoose, Diane
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The purpose of this project was to assess the University of Hawaii Hilo (UHH) Student Medical Services using multiple methods, as a single assessment method is not enough to assess competencies. The American College Health Association’s (ACHA) Council for the Advancement of Standards (CAS) in Higher Education tool for Clinical Health Services was used for administrative program assessment. The findings were used to identify areas that administrators need to strengthen to comply with Federal, State and University regulations and increase program efficacy. The ACHA 2016 survey Health Assessment II 2016 survey for the University of Hawaii at Hilo (UHH), was used to determine the health status on campus, health information received and health information that students wanted was compared against self reported academic impacts. The ACHA 2016 survey of UHH students and the ACHA national reference group were used to determine how UHH student compared to national average in health issues. The basis of the literature review was current health concerns that seemed to affect university students .UHH students and the results of the survey served as a guide and context in which to assess the current program.
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University of Hawaii Hilo, Student Medical Services, Medical care, College students
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