Browsing Dr. Ruth Clifford Engs - Presentations, Publications & Research Data by Issue Date

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  • Engs, Ruth C. (1970, 1987)
    The 50 item HEALTH CONCERN QUESTIONNAIRE was first created as a master’s thesis at the University of Oregon in 1970. The items were obtained from a literature review and those suggested by students in a personal health ...
  • Schlaadt, Richard; Engs, Ruth (Wiley-Blackwell, 1971)
    Are you "turning on" your class to health education? Are you capturing the interests of your students? Do you know your students' major health concerns? If health education classes are to be relevant and meaningful, the ...
  • Engs, Ruth (Physical and Health Education Canada, 1971)
  • Engs, Ruth (Canadian Nurse, 1972)
    The author, a Canadian nurse who was appalled by the state of health of "street youth" and young transients, organized a free summer clinic tailored to their needs. Drawing on her experience, she offers a guideline to help ...
  • Engs, Ruth (Taylor & Francis, 1974)
    Having students volunteer at a not-for-profit health agency can give insight into the health issue, develop self esteem, and facilitate community service.
  • Engs, Ruth C.; Kirk, Robert (Public Health Reports, 1974-09)
  • Engs, Ruth C. (1975)
    The Student Alcohol Questionnaire was created as part of the Indiana University’s mid-1970s alcohol education program Booze and You’s. The first version of the questionnaire was typed on 7 pages. It entitled: ...
  • Engs, Ruth C.; Kirk, Robert (Taylor & Francis, 1976)
    The purpose of this investigation was to determine the health knowledge of crisis intervention.volunteers. These volunteers are often required to give health knowledge to their clients. The school health educator is often ...
  • Engs, Ruth (Taylor & Francis, 1976)
    Following my own advice that "experience is the best teacher," and having a long-time curiosity about the educational system in the Soviet Union, I traveled to Moscow and leningrad visiting a variety of schools as part of ...
  • Engs, Ruth C. (Taylor & Francis, 1976)
    A “mentally healthy” person is often characterized as having an accurate perception of reality, able to maintain close interpersonal relationships, able to communicate openly and honestly with others, and aware of personal ...
  • DeCoster, David; Engs, Ruth; Larson, Ralph; McPherson, Philip (Johns Hopkins University Press, 1976-09)
    This article describes steps in developing and alcohol awareness program on the college campus.
  • Engs, Ruth C. (1976-10)
    The development of the Indiana University’s mid-1970s BOOZE AND YOU’S alcohol education program with the message of responsible drinking for those who choose to drink is discussed in this paper. The program evolved out ...
  • Engs, Ruth (American Alcohol and Drug Information Foundation of Lansing, Michigan, 1977)
  • Engs, Ruth (Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs, 1977)
    Compared with the findings of previous studies, a recent survey of students at 13 U.S. colleges found that more women are drinking, fewer Black men are heavy drinkers, there are fewer differences in the drinking patterns ...
  • Engs, Ruth C. (1977-03)
    The knowledge of alcohol and drinking patterns and among thirteen of the 62 schools in the 50 + 12 Project, an alcohol education initiative of NIAAA, is discussed. A major purpose of this descriptive study was to develop ...
  • Engs, Ruth C; DeCoster, David; Larson, Ralph V.; McPheron, Philip (1977-03)
    The PURPOSE of this study was to develop and evaluate an alcohol awareness program at Indiana University during the 1975 academic year based upon the concept of responsible drinking. METHODS include the development of a ...
  • Engs, Ruth (Taylor & Francis, 1978)
    Alcohol abuse during the past few years has been seen by college administrators, student health and counseling personnel, and educators to be a major problem. To encourage colleges to examine knowledge, attitudes, and ...
  • Engs, Ruth; DeCoster, David; Larson, Ralph; McPheron, Philip (This article was originally published in the Journal of Student Affairs Research and Practice, published by the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators., 1978)
    The formation of the Indiana University Alcohol Education Task Force brought together university students, staff, and faculty to discuss possible campus "drinking problems" and to plan, implement and evaluate an alcohol ...
  • Engs, Ruth C. (1979-09)
    Students from 13 colleges and universities in the United States of America from the federal government's "50 + 12" project were sampled as to their drinking patterns and problems in the 1975-76 academic year. The results ...
  • Engs, Ruth C. (Elsevier, 1980)
    A survey of 1691 first- and final-year students in the helping professions (medicine, law, nursing, pharmacy, police science, seminary, social work/psychology, and teaching) as to their use of drugs was carried out during ...

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