College of Health Professions

Date of Last Revision

2024-06-04 07:26:41


Exercise Science

Honors Course

EXER 430

Number of Credits


Degree Name

Bachelor of Science

Date of Expected Graduation

Spring 2024


This feasibility study investigates a health and wellness intervention program based on the 7 Dimensions of Wellness framework, emphasizing evidence-based methods, accessibility, and participant independence. The research combines insights from a comprehensive literature review, which explores resources essential for designing, implementing, and executing health literacy based interventions targeting three dimensions of wellness. The study outlines methods for participant selection, program delivery, and data collection, synthesizing existing research and scholarly works to provide insights into effective strategies, educational tools, and interdisciplinary approaches. Despite the absence of statistical analysis, pre- and post-survey results demonstrate positive trends. Reflections on observed outcomes highlight adaptability, inclusivity, and evidence-based strategies as crucial elements for future health intervention studies. The successful implementation of the feasibility study suggests promising opportunities for larger-scale assessments, underscoring the importance of holistic approaches in health and wellness education.

Research Sponsor

Stacey Buser

First Reader

Melissa Smith

Second Reader

Andy Hanson

Honors Faculty Advisor

Stacey Buser

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