Research on the Implementation Path of College Students’ Health Education in the Pandemic Era



Health education for college students is an indispensable part of quality education in colleges or universities. In the post-pandemic era, college students have changed their original study and life style due to the pandemic, which places higher demands for college health educators. By analyzing the dilemma faced by health education in the post-pandemic era and the causes of it, this paper intends to strengthen the health education of college students from the following five aspects: establishing the network health education system, carrying out the multi-dimensional health education mode, implementing the health education in line with the students’ own characteristics, improving the peer support education ability, and strengthening the moral cultivation of college students. It is hoped that this paper can promote college students to form good living habits, behavior patterns, correct study ethics and moral standards and to lay a solid foundation for the future on the social work post.


College students; Health education; Implementation approach

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