|D003866||Depressive Disorder NIH||0.19|
|D001008||Anxiety Disorders NIH||0.14|
There is one clinical trial.
This project seeks to know the prevalence of mental health problems among undergraduate students, through internationally and nationally validated screening instruments. The project also aims to understand better the associated factors contributing to the mental health problems of this population. Through the critical analysis of the results, our proposal aims to establish the prevalence of anxiety, depression, suicidality and substance use, and the association with socioeconomic features, academic stress, sense of belonging to the university, interpersonal relationships, and sleep habits among other factors. Once finalized the study, the results obtained will be disseminated to the university community and published in peer-reviewed journals. The results will help the university authorities to design and implement measures to prevent mental health problems in this community.
Description: Self-reported symptoms with the Depression, Anxiety and Stress Scale (DASS-21), which have 21 items, each scoring between 0 and 3, the minimum score is 0 and the maximum score of 63. The cut-off score for the depression subscale is 6, Anxiety is 5, Stress is 6.Measure: Depression, Anxiety and Stress Scale (DASS-21) Time: Up to 4 weeks
Description: The Columbia-Suicide Severity Rating Scale (C-SSRS) is a questionnaire used for suicide assessment. This scale has 6 items and each item has to be answered Yes or No. The total score is 6. A score of 0 is no ideation is present.Measure: Columbia-Suicide Severity Rating Scale (C-SSRS) Time: Up to 4 weeks
Description: Self-report of harmful alcohol drinking. 4 items. CAGE stands for: C: Have you felt the need to Cut down drinking? A: Have you ever felt Annoyed by criticism of drinking? G: Have you had Guilty feelings about drinking? E: Do you ever take a morning Eye opener (a drink first thing in the morning to steady your nerves or get rid of a hangover)? The range score goes from 0 to 4. The point cut off is >= 2.Measure: CAGE Time: Up to 4 weeks
Description: Adaptation of The Alcohol, Smoking and Substance Involvement Screening Test (ASSIST) interview model, including prescription and nonprescription drugs and vaping. It has 8 items exploring the frequency of substance use in the last 3 months (daily, weekly, yearly) and the problems associated with the use. It explores the use of 10 kinds of drugs.Measure: Alcohol, Smoking and Substance Involvement Screening Test (ASSIST) Time: Up to 4 weeks
Description: Ad hoc self-report survey: Current age University enrollment year Current years of study Sex Gender Civil status Parenting and number of child(s) Nationality Etnicity Ocupational situation: only study, part-time worker, fulltime worker and study Carrer Maximum parents studies degree: analphabet, school, undergraduate, postgraduate; complete or incomplete studies. Payment of studies: credit, schollarship, self-pay Travel time from home to campus: minutes, hours.Measure: Sociodemographic characteristics Time: Up to 4 weeks
Description: Self-perception on a subjective analogous scale of physical healthMeasure: General Health perception Time: Up to 4 weeks
Description: Self-perception on a subjective analogous scale of mental healthMeasure: General Menta Health perception Time: Up to 4 weeks
Description: Ad hoc self-report survey of any previous chronic physical diseaseMeasure: History of chronic diseases Time: Up to 4 weeks
Description: Ad hoc self-report survey of minutes of physical activity during the past weekMeasure: Physical activity Time: Up to 4 weeks
Description: Ad hoc self-report survey of time spent with friends or social gatheringsMeasure: Social activities Time: Up to 4 weeks
Description: Family functionality APGAR score: a 5-item measure of perceived family support in the domains of adaptation, partnership, growth, affection, and resolve. E.g. "I find that my family accepts my wishes to take on new activities or make changes in my lifestyle". Scores range from 0 to 10, being 10 a total satisfaction with family functionality.Measure: Family functionality (APGAR) Time: Up to 4 weeks
Description: Ad hoc self-report questionnaire of personal and family mental health history: Previous diagnosis of depression, bipolar disorder, panic attacks, anxiety disorders, eating disorders, ADHD. Current psychotherapy of psychiatric medication Family history of psychiatric disordersMeasure: History of personal and family mental health problems Time: Up to 4 weeks
Description: Self-report of insomnia perception. it has 7 items, and responses can range from 0 to 4, where higher scores indicate more acute symptoms of insomnia. Scores ranges from 0 to 28. A clinical Insomnia threshold score of 15.Measure: Insomnia Severity Index (ISI) Time: Up to 4 weeks
Description: Ad hoc self-report survey of violence suffered from teachers, administrative, auxiliaries, and other students; discrimination and bullying.Measure: University violence and bullying Time: Up to 4 weeks
Description: Ad hoc self-report survey of sexual health, including sexual orientation, the current status of an emotional relationship, number of sex partners in the last year, history of Sexually Transmitted Disease (STD).Measure: Sexuality and sexual health Time: Up to 4 weeks
Description: Sense of Social and Academic Fit (SSAF) is a self-report questionnaire of 17 items, with responses on a Likert format from 1-7. It measures academic and social sense of belonging. The score is produced as the average of the scores reported in each item. The minimum score is 1 and the maximum score is 17. A higher score means higher sense of belonging.Measure: Sense of Social and Academic Fit (SSAF) Time: Up to 4 weeks
Description: Ad-hoc self-report survey of current perception and possible diagnosis of COVID-19: Fear or preoccupation about getting COVID-19 Sense of severity if diagnosed with COVID-19 Fear or preoccupation about a family member or friend to get COVID-19 Current diagnosis of COVID-19 A family member diagnosed with COVID19 Sense of compliance with social isolation and quarantine Persons living with (family, friends, alone) Frequency of: going out of home, gather with others, virtual socialization, keeping a routine, exercise realized, recreative activities, meditation or prayer, seek information about the situation of COVID19 Frequency of the following symptoms: nervousness, hopelessness, depression, amount of effort required to realize activities, self-value, anhedonia.Measure: COVID-19 questions Time: Up to 4 weeks
Data processed on September 26, 2020.
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