University of Wisconsin-River Falls: student health survey summary
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This report is a compilation of the results of the American College Health Association's National College Health Assessment (Version 2), which was completed by students on the University of Wisconsin-River Falls campus in February of 2009. The assessment was administered electronically, and included the 65 questions developed by the American College Health Association, along with seven questions added by Student Health Services at the University of Wisconsin-River Falls.
American College Health Association
National College Health Assessment survey
UWRF student health survey
College students--Health and hygiene
University of Wisconsin-River Falls--Students
University of Wisconsin-River Falls--Students--Attitudes
Health surveys--Wisconsin--River Falls
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