The role of families caring for people with mental disorders through family resilience at East Java, Indonesia: Structural equation modeling analysis

Ah Yusuf, Sitti Sulaihah, Hanik Endang Nihayati, M. Suhron, N. Hari Basuki, Mundakir, Esti Yunitasari

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Abstract

Families who have family members with Mental Disorders (ODGJ) have a decreased role in caring for ODGJ patients. This reduced role is felt by family members so that they will experience stress and bear a considerable burden. The purpose of this study is to develop a family role model in caring for ODGJ through family resilience by looking at the constructs and contributing indicators. Design research observational explanative, the first stage was to explain the constructs and indicators that contributed. The second stage was conducting FGD with the patient's family and health workers and conducting consultations with experts. The population was a family with diagnosed ODGJ with sample of 184 respondents using total sampling. The exogenous variables were patient, family, and environment. Endogenous variables were family resilience and family roles. Data were collected using research questionnaires and analyzed using structural model with SmartPLS (Partial Least Square) software. The results showed that family factors had no effect on family resilience with coefficient of 0.063, patient factors had positive effect on family resilience with coefficient of 1.121, environmental factors had negative effect on family resilience with coefficient of -0.430, and family resilience had positive effect on family roles with the coefficient of 0.821. Family factors do not affect family resilience, but patient factors can shape, encourage, and increase family resilience thus increasing the role of the family. While environmental factors have negative effect on the ability of family resilience. This means that environmental has more likely factor and greater effect to reduce family resilience.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)52-59
Number of pages8
JournalSystematic Reviews in Pharmacy
Volume11
Issue number9
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2020

Keywords

  • Family Resilience
  • Patients with Mental Disorders
  • Role of Family

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