Prevalência de transtorno mental comum na atenção primária
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Objective: To assess the prevalence of common mental disorder and its related factors in primary health care. Methods: Cross-sectional study with 607 individuals in a primary health care service. The instrument of the study was the Self Reporting Questionnaire 20. Results: Out of the interviewed subjects, 31.47% showed greater probability of occurrence of a common mental disorder. The following predictive variables were associated with a lower probability of occurrence of common mental disorder: sex, being single, being a student or a worker with signed labor, having higher education levels and income over four times the minimum wage. The variables associated with a higher probability of occurrence of a common mental disorder were being self-employed, housewife, with children, having lower education level and low income. Conclusion: The prevalence of a common mental disorder was high and the associated factors were: being female, divorced, Asian, aged between 18 and 59, housewife, with children, having four to seven years of education, income up to one minimum age and living in a borrowed or donated house.
Enfermagem de atenção primária, Pesquisa em enfermagem, Saúde mental, Transtornos mentais/ epidemiologia, Assistência à saúde mental, Primary care nursing, Nursing research, Mental health, Mental disorders/ epidemiology, Mental health assistance
LUCCHESE, Roselma; SOUSA, Kamilla; BONFIN, Sarah do Prado; VERA, Ivânia; SANTANA, Fabiana Ribeiro. Prevalência de transtorno mental comum na atenção primária. Acta Paulista de Enfermagem, São Paulo, v. 27, n. 3, p. 200-207, 2014.