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Help for People in Need
The Covid-19 pandemic has increased the risk of mental disorders, with online counseling services seen as a way to help those in need amid the social restrictions still in place.
Service Infrastructure for Mental Health Needs Improvement
Services and infrastructure facilities should be further improved, in addition to paying attention to healthy people who are vulnerable and people who are already experiencing mental health problems.
Unequal Access to Mental Health Services
The people of Indonesia still do not have adequate access to mental health services, despite the rising risk of mental illnesses during the pandemic.
Intervensi Diperlukan untuk Cegah Bunuh Diri
WHO memperkirakan ada 800.000 kematian akibat bunuh diri setiap tahun secara global. Angka ini setara satu kematian per 40 detik. Meski demikian, bunuh diri itu bisa dicegah.
Becoming More Creative in the Middle of the Pandemic
The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in the disruption of mental health services while the demand for mental health services is growing.
Support to Overcome Mental Fatigue among Young People
The pandemic makes the people more aware of their mental health. The increased awareness, especially among young people, has become a driving force to promote the importance of maintaining the mental health.
Adaptability Is Key to Survival
Almost everyone has suffered due to the Covid-19 pandemic. However, in the midst of this uncertainty, many people are able to survive and even thrive.
Pandemic Affects Youths’ Mental Health
During the pandemic, young adults as a group have often been accused of being most neglectful of the health protocols and less concerned about the health of those in their immediate surroundings.
Depression Hits Nurses amid Stigmatization
A survey on nurses from Aceh to Papua has found that more than half have anxiety and depression, exacerbated by the stigmatization of frontline workers.