|dc.description.abstract||Background: Depression is a public health problem that is serious enough. World Health
Organization (WHO) in 2001 stated that depression was ranked fourth in the world disease.
Prevalence over the life of the woman is expected 10-25% and 5-12% of men. Although
depression is more frequent in women, suicide is more common in men, especially young men
and old age. Headache is one of often complained of depression in people.
Objective: to know the difference between The Experiencing Depression and What Not
Experiencing Depression Head Pain Complaints Against the Incidence of Primary Students In
Islam Indonesia Faculty of Medicine, University 2009.
Methods: The study used a cross-sectional study. This study was an observational analytic
study. The population in this study were all students 2009. Sampel study was met the inclusion
criteria and exclusion criteria. Sampling technique was used the total sampling. Primary data in
the form of a questionnaire known as the Beck Depression Inventory (BDI).
Results: The results obtained from this study were depressed respondents consisted of 6 (75%)
of respondents had primary headache complaints and 2 (25%) had no complaints of primary
headache, respondents who did not experience depression consisted of 53 (57.6% ) had
complaints of primary headache and 39 (42.4%) had no complaints of primary headache. From
calculations using Chi-square analysis showed that depression status with the onset of primary
headache complaints on UII students of the Faculty of Medicine 2009 has a value of p = 0.466,
the value is to show that (p> 0.1).
Conclusion: There was no significant difference between respondents with depression and those
without depression on the incidence of primary headache complaints students of Islam Indonesia
Faculty of Medicine, University 2009.||en_US