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Determinants of Stigma for People with Mental Disorders in the Working Area of the Krueng Barona Jaya Health Center in Aceh Besar

Journal: International Research Journal of Pharmacy and Medical Sciences (IRJPMS) (Vol.6, No. 5)

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Page : 6-14

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— Introduction: Mental health is common in the world, especially in Indonesia. The prejudice experienced by individuals with mental disorders can lead to stigma. The stigma in society that there is still a lot about mental disorders has made people with mental disorders experience difficulties in obtaining their personal rights. Stigma is a negative view that has been accepted and is a source of attention in society. Therefore, based on this problem, research was conducted on the determinants of stigma for people with mental disorders at the Krueng Barona Health Center. Objective: The purpose of this study was to find out what are the determinants of community stigma towards people with occupational mental disorders at the Krueng Braona Jaya Health Center, Aceh Besar District in 2023. Methodology: This research is a type of quantitative research with a correlative descriptive research design. The population to be studied is all people in the working area of the Krung Barona Jaya Health Center aged 20-60 years and have had contact with people with mental disorders totaling 9,511 people with a total sample of 370 people. Results: The results showed that the community respondents' stigma was classified as high (192 respondents), there was a relationship between age ( p= 0,222),sex (p= 0,927),Work ( p= 0,444),number of family number (p= 0,991), education (p= 0,005), knowledge (p= 0,001), attitude (p = 0,000), culture (p = 0,002) and stigma community in the working area of the Krueng Barona Jaya Health Center in Aceh Besar. Multivariately, the variables that most dominantly influence community stigma are attitude variables (p value = 0,002 and OR = 0,504) and cultural factors (p = 0.003 and OR = 0,521). Recommendation: The results of this study indicate that the most dominant factors influencing social stigma against people with mental disorders are attitudes and culture. The stigma that is classified as high is discrimination (272 respondents).

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