Masalah Kesehatan Jiwa Pada Mahasiswa Baru Di Sebuah Universitas Di Jakarta

Dhanasari Vidiawati Sanyoto, Shelly Iskandar, Dwi Agustian

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To realize a comprehensive service, one big university in Jakarta organize medical check up for freshmen students which include physical and mental health. The purposes of this study were to identify the characteristics of students who have mental disorder and factors related to visit for consulting doctor or psychologist after the medical check up. A cross-sectional study was conducted in January-February, 2017.The study used secondary datas from freshmen medical check up of 2015 and 2016 and medical records of university student clinic in 2015-2016. Mental health evaluation done by using SRQ20 (self-reporting questionnaire) that filled online by students' re-registration. A total of 1,793 (12.4%) of freshmen students from 14,129 students fill out 'yes' answer for at least 6 question and called as having mental disorder. There were only 24% of mental disorder students had come to doctors at university hospitals and only 2.4% who come to the counselor psychologist at the clinic during the year 2015-2016. The factors associated of visit the doctor in clinic were living in a dormitory or boarding (p<0.05 OR 2.82) and having physical problems at medical check up (p<0.05 OR 1.49). The factor associated with of visit the psychologist was male (p<0.05 OR 2.16). Number of mental disorder students who visited the doctor almost ten fold than visited the psychologist. So university clinics doctors as primary care physicians need to be more competence in identifying and detecting early mental disorder symptoms that hide in somatic symptoms.
Original languageIndonesian
Pages (from-to)27-33
Issue number1
Publication statusPublished - 1 Apr 2017


  • SRQ20, students mental disorder, university clinic, primary care physicians

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