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Evaluation of a Virtual Class on Lifelong Health Care for Women* Park, Jeong Sook1)․Yang, Jin Hyang2) 1) Professor, College of Nursing, Keimyung University 2) Assistant Professor, Department of Nursing, Inje University Purpose: This study was to evaluate a virtual class, ‘lifelong health care for women’, for female university students. Method: The research design was one group pre-post design. A pretest and posttest were conducted to measure CMI, perceived health status, health promoting lifestyle, and knowledge related to women's health. The subjects of this study were 74 female students in 3 universities, and they were provided with the virtual class by K university consortium for 16 weeks. Data was analyzed by descriptive and paired t-test. Results: There were statistically significant differences in CMI (t=3.367, p=.001), perceived health status (t=-2.788, p=.007), and knowledge related to women's health (t=-10,432, p=.000) between the pretest and posttest. However, there was not a statistically significant difference in a health promoting lifestyle (t=-1.431, p=.157) between the pretest and posttest. Conclusion: These results suggest that a virtual class on lifelong health care for women is aneffective method in decreasing health problems, and improving perceived health status and knowledge related to women's health by female university students.


Evaluation of a Virtual Class on Lifelong Health Care for Women* Park, Jeong Sook1)․Yang, Jin Hyang2) 1) Professor, College of Nursing, Keimyung University 2) Assistant Professor, Department of Nursing, Inje University Purpose: This study was to evaluate a virtual class, ‘lifelong health care for women’, for female university students. Method: The research design was one group pre-post design. A pretest and posttest were conducted to measure CMI, perceived health status, health promoting lifestyle, and knowledge related to women's health. The subjects of this study were 74 female students in 3 universities, and they were provided with the virtual class by K university consortium for 16 weeks. Data was analyzed by descriptive and paired t-test. Results: There were statistically significant differences in CMI (t=3.367, p=.001), perceived health status (t=-2.788, p=.007), and knowledge related to women's health (t=-10,432, p=.000) between the pretest and posttest. However, there was not a statistically significant difference in a health promoting lifestyle (t=-1.431, p=.157) between the pretest and posttest. Conclusion: These results suggest that a virtual class on lifelong health care for women is aneffective method in decreasing health problems, and improving perceived health status and knowledge related to women's health by female university students.