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A Study to Assess the Level of Depression among Alcoholic by Using Beck Depression Inventory in Order to Develop Information Booklet in Certain Deaddiction Centre Bhopal M. P.

Journal: International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR) (Vol.11, No. 2)

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Page : 968-974

Keywords : BDI; Assess;

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Aim of the study: The study aims to find the level of depression among alcoholic by using beck depression inventory in order to develop an information booklet in certain de-addiction center Bhopal [M. P. ]? Primary objective:1) To assess the level of depression among alcohol dependence 2. To identify the association between selected demographic variable with BDI scale score 3. To develop an information booklet on management of depression. Method: a non-experimental research design with descriptive study with prevalence study and quantitative approach was carried out on 100 alcoholic patients selected by non-probability purposive sampling technique to test the level of depression among alcoholic by BDI Self-structure questionnaire. The data was collected by using section-A demographic variable data and section-B structured questionnaire consists of 21 items. Results: The presents study evaluates and found that demographic variables, the highest % of people having depression were in age 25-34 & 35-44 of 21-30 years, majority of alcholic patients100% men and 0 % female and 0% undefined people, 60%married and 36%unmarried suffered depression, Majority 40% of respondents belongs to post graduate education, 40% of them belong to the high secondary education, 20% of them belong to the high school education, majority 60% of respondents belongs to government job and 40% private job, majority 40% belongs to above 15000, 30% belongs to 15000-10000 and 30% belongs to 10000-50000 monthly income. Interpretation and conclusion: The data were analysed by applying descriptive and inferential statistics. The result of the study indicated that Table value 2.09 which is more than calculated value 1.09 since p value is less than 0.05 hence there is significant association between alcoholics and depression. The hypothesis is proved and accepted.

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