The concept of mental health enforcement in the community makes mental health policies which are part of the national and regional health systems seek health implementation activities that are integrated in cross-sectoral programs and involve society participation. Mental health nurses and community leaders play main roles in implementing the mental health enforcement in society started from the family. The objective was to briefly describe the phenomenology study of mental health nurses and community leaders’ roles in mental health enforcement in Surabaya urban society. This study used a qualitative research design with a phenomenological study approach. There were 7 representatives of authorized community leaders and health workers related to the mental health enforcement in the community which was taken by purposive technique. Data were taken using forum group discussion (FGD). Data were analyzed using the Colaizzi Analysis Method. The research findings obtained 7 themes and 12 sub-themes related to the roles of mental health nurses and community leaders in mental health enforcement. The mental health nurses and community leaders’ roles in mental health enforcement are important in handling several cases of mental disorders within a family in the society.
|Number of pages||5|
|Journal||Indian Journal of Public Health Research and Development|
|Publication status||Published - Nov 2019|
- Community Leader
- Mental Health Nurse
- Phenomenology Study