Main Article Content
Using the theory of health education to guide students in efficient schools to carry out tobacco control intervention, and to study students' understanding of smoking, a behavior harmful to health. At the same time, it also studies the transformation from students' belief (attitude) to behavior. From this, through the content of tobacco control education, this paper studies the methods of Ideological and political construction in Colleges and universities. Methods: Through literature search, the research on tobacco control intervention at home and abroad was queried. The 18-20-year-old students of different majors in two meritorious universities a and B were given questionnaires by special personnel, and the questionnaires were filled in anonymously. After collecting the questionnaires, reject the unqualified questionnaires and sort out all the qualified questionnaires. EpiData was used to establish the database of the questionnaire, and SPSS was used for statistical analysis. According to the nature of the data, general descriptive analysis was used to explore the changes of various factors before and after the intervention of tobacco control health education. Results: In terms of smoking control attitude, 59.6% of smoking students did not want to quit smoking, and 85.1% of smoking students felt that smoking was conducive to social interaction. After the intervention of health education, the participation rate of students in tobacco control activities increased from 29.2% to 95.2%. The smoking rate decreased from 12.5% to 6.1%. More than 80% of smoking students have the desire to quit smoking. Conclusion: After making full use of the comprehensive health education method of the combination of new media and traditional intervention measures, students' mastery of the health theory of tobacco control has changed significantly. The attitude towards tobacco control is becoming more and more positive, and the smoking rate is much lower than that before the intervention. The research results can be used in the construction of Ideological and political education.