After the life of the schizophrenia, post-Restrain is a person who has been free from restraining, but stress reaction on the client family schizophrenia post-Restrain has not been said to end the role in family factors. The aim of the study was to investigated stress reaction and family experiences in primary care post restrain schizophrenia and to explain the stress reaction and experience of families who have people with schizophrenia post-restrain. Material and Method: A total of 135 families who have people with schizophrenia post-restrain October to December 2018. This research Mix Method: Sequential Explanatory design, the research instrument used was The Kempe Family Stress Inventory with The sensitivity of the KFSI was calculated at 80%. The specificity was 89.4%. the positive predictive value was 52.5%. Negative predictive value was 96.8%. The results of the study illustrated that the total mean score of a stress reaction in families normal was 43.48 [S.D=5.6], Mild was 34.33 [S.D=4.7], Severe was 56.45 [S.D=4.45]. The psychological burden was expressed by families in the form of fear and worry, the results showed a reaction to high stress and family experience lacking in primary care of people with post-restrain mental disorders. Conclusions: Most of the stress on families who have schizophrenia post-restrain in East Java is still showed revealed that the overall family stress reaction parent beaten of deprived schizophrenia and A majority parent has substance abuse history and Multiple stress.
|Number of pages||6|
|Journal||Indian Journal of Public Health Research and Development|
|Publication status||Published - Dec 2019|
- Primary care