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Shukla M, Mukesh Sahni M, Shukla B. Self-Reflective Holistic Health for University Students during Covid-19: Using a Novel Tool. johepal. 2022; 3 (2) :166-172
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  • During the outbreak of COVID-19 pandemic, students were engaged in self-reflection to overcome the anxiety and related disorders. Universities entail the responsibility of a focused engagement approach for their students, this was reinforced using survey-based self-reflection.
  • A survey of fifteen questions covering three domains of holistic health namely - attitude, self-reflection and conscience was undertaken, every question has an ordinal response of Likert scale - one to five. Maximum score is seventy-five and minimum is fifteen. There are five qualitative ordinal levels which can be derived from this score.
  • Perception of illness in the recent past (six months) gave positive finding in 1/3 of the participants, despite good attitude among most of the participants, 85% of the participants showed good holistic health. Participants were largely neutral for donation and charity. 
  • Students shall have self-conscience for constant engagement and involvement to face the new-normal with a better outlook for holistic health. We used survey questionnaire as a holistic health tool for this purpose.
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2022/03/25 | Accepted: 2022/06/9 | Published: 2022/06/30

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