American College Health Association


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American College Health Association

A national network of health care professionals who provide services to, advocate for, and research health care concerns of college students and others who work in academia.
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(18.) American College Health Association National College Health Assessment (ACHA-NCHA) Spring 2005 Reference Group data report (abridged).
Attention should be drawn to policy opportunities for promoting the health of the student population (American College Health Association, 2009).
(2.) American College Health Association. ACHA guidelines recommendations for institutional prematriculation immunizations.
Because of the psychological distress they experience, approximately 1.8 million college students seek help from university counseling centers each year (American College Health Association, 2008).
de ambito nacional (American College Health Association, 2007) se hallo que el 17,7% de las jovenes universitarias norteamericanas habian sufrido violencia emocional, fisica o sexual por parte de otras personas del sexo opuesto durante el ultimo ano.
(11.) American College Health Association. Tuberculosis Screening and Targeted Testing of College and University Students.
In addition to the millions uninsured, how many are underinsured, wonders Dana Mills, director of health services for Marquette University in Milwaukee and head of the American College Health Association's Student Health Insurance Task Force.
Officials from the American College Health Association (ACHA)--an advocacy and leadership organization for college and university health--provided a technical comment, which we incorporated.
Over the years, she received the Miguel Garcia-Tunon Memorial Award in Human Dignity from the American College Health Association; was a member of the Worcester City Manager's HIV, AIDS and Hepatitis C Task Force; brought the AIDS Quilt to Anna Maria; and was the chairwoman of the HIV Consortium of Central Massachusetts.
The findings from a 2004 nationally representative survey of more than 47,000 college students by the American College Health Association paint an especially bleak picture.
According to the National College Health Assessment, Spring 2004, 48% of college women and 39% of college men reported that they had felt so depressed in the past year that they found it difficult to function (American College Health Association, 2005).
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