Official Title
Mental Health Assessment Among Community Member During the Covid-19 Pandemic in Indonesia
Brief Summary

The Covid-19 pandemic in Indonesia makes several changes in daily living. The Indonesian government suggests that everyone should stay at home by implements the work from home and school from home. Therefore, the issues related with Covid-19 are also worrying such as death because of the infection, virus transmission, doing everything from home such as Friday praying for Moslem, Sunday service at home, etc. People is anxious whenever meeting people because they are not really understand whether people is infected or not. Therefore, this study tries to identify the impact of Covid-19 pandemic in Indonesia towards mental well-being of the community.

Detailed Description

The Covid-19 pandemic in Indonesia makes several changes in daily living. The Indonesian

government suggests that everyone should stay at home by implements the work from home and

school from home. Therefore, the issues related with Covid-19 are also worrying such as death

because of the infection, virus transmission, doing everything from home such as Friday

praying for Moslem, Sunday service at home, etc. People is anxious whenever meeting people

because they are not really understand whether people is infected or not. Therefore, this

study tries to identify the impact of Covid-19 pandemic in Indonesia towards mental

well-being of the community. The aims of this study are trying to collect and identify the

most important aspect of mental health that affected by the Covid-19 pandemic in Indonesia,

and using this data we are trying to propose the exact mental health promotion and prevention

program for the community. The study design is cross sectional. We develop the questionnaire

that suitable for our study, consists of demographic data, life experience data. In addition,

for assessing mental health problems, the study uses PHQ-9, SRQ-20, GAD-7, SDQ for children 4

- 10 years old and 11 - 17 years old. The study is done by online survey. The data analysis

is done by SPSS for mac version 21.

Not yet recruiting
Mental Stress
Mental Health Wellness 1
Depression
Anxiety
Behavior Problem
Emotional Problem
Eligibility Criteria

Inclusion Criteria: - Willing to participate on this study by signing the informed consent

Exclusion Criteria: - No

Eligibility Gender
All
Eligibility Age
Minimum: 4 Years
Countries
Indonesia
Contacts

Tjhin Wiguna, PhD
+628129005599
twiga00@yahoo.com

Belinda J Murtani, dr.
+62817198097
belindamurtani@yahoo.com

Tjhin Wiguna, PhD
Principal Investigator
Dr Cipto Mangunkusumo General Hospital

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Tjhin Wiguna, PhD
Principal Investigator
Fakultas Kedokteran Univeristas Indonesia

Tjhin Wiguna
Fakultas Kedokteran Universitas Indonesia
NCT Number
Keywords
Mental Health
Covid-19
Pandemic
Indonesia
MeSH Terms
Problem Behavior
Stress, Psychological