A Web-Based Stress Management Intervention for University Students in Indonesia (Rileks): Feasibility Study Using a Pretest-Posttest Design

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A Web-Based Stress Management Intervention for University Students in Indonesia (Rileks) : Feasibility Study Using a Pretest-Posttest Design. / Juniar, Dilfa; Van Ballegooijen, Wouter; Schulte, Mieke et al.

in: JMIR Formative Research, Jahrgang 6, Nr. 7, e37278, 19.07.2022.

Publikation: Beiträge in ZeitschriftenZeitschriftenaufsätzeForschungbegutachtet

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Juniar, D, Van Ballegooijen, W, Schulte, M, Van Schaik, A, Passchier, J, Heber, E, Lehr, D, Sadarjoen, SS & Riper, H 2022, 'A Web-Based Stress Management Intervention for University Students in Indonesia (Rileks): Feasibility Study Using a Pretest-Posttest Design', JMIR Formative Research, Jg. 6, Nr. 7, e37278. https://doi.org/10.2196/37278

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Juniar, D., Van Ballegooijen, W., Schulte, M., Van Schaik, A., Passchier, J., Heber, E., Lehr, D., Sadarjoen, S. S., & Riper, H. (2022). A Web-Based Stress Management Intervention for University Students in Indonesia (Rileks): Feasibility Study Using a Pretest-Posttest Design. JMIR Formative Research, 6(7), [e37278]. https://doi.org/10.2196/37278

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Juniar D, Van Ballegooijen W, Schulte M, Van Schaik A, Passchier J, Heber E et al. A Web-Based Stress Management Intervention for University Students in Indonesia (Rileks): Feasibility Study Using a Pretest-Posttest Design. JMIR Formative Research. 2022 Jul 19;6(7):e37278. doi: 10.2196/37278

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title = "A Web-Based Stress Management Intervention for University Students in Indonesia (Rileks): Feasibility Study Using a Pretest-Posttest Design",
abstract = "Background: University students are susceptible to excessive stress. A web-based stress management intervention holds promise to improve stress but is still at a novel stage in Indonesia. Objective: The aim of this paper was to report the feasibility of the intervention we developed—Rileks—among university students in Indonesia in terms of acceptability and usability, and to propose recommendations for future improvements. Methods: A single-group pretest and posttest design was used. Participants with scores of 15 or higher on the stress subscale of the 42-item Depression Anxiety Stress Scales were given access to the intervention (N=68). The main outcome measures were the 8-item Client Satisfaction Questionnaire (CSQ-8) score, the System Usability Scale (SUS) score, and intervention uptake. Participants{\textquoteright} experience in each session was evaluated using closed- and open-ended questions for future improvements. Descriptive statistics were used to examine primary outcome and qualitative session evaluations. Participants{\textquoteright} responses to each topic of the open questions were summarized. Results: The intervention was evaluated as being satisfactory (CSQ-8 mean score 21.89, SD 8.72; range 8-32). However, the intervention{\textquoteright}s usability was still below expectation (SUS mean score 62.8, SD 14.74; range 0-100). The core modules were completed by 10 out of 68 participants (15%), and the study dropout rate was 63% (43/68) at postassessment. In general, the module content was rated positively, with some notes for improvement covering content and technical aspects. Conclusions: This study indicates that Rileks is potentially feasible for Indonesian university students. In order to be optimally applied in such a context and before scaling up web-based interventions in Indonesia, in general, further development and refinement are needed.",
keywords = "cultural adaptation, digital mental health, feasibility study, Indonesia, internet intervention, low- and middle-income countries (LMIC), stress management, telemental health, university students, Health sciences, Psychology",
author = "Dilfa Juniar and {Van Ballegooijen}, Wouter and Mieke Schulte and {Van Schaik}, Anneke and Jan Passchier and Elena Heber and Dirk Lehr and Sadarjoen, {Sawitri Supardi} and Heleen Riper",
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AU - Juniar, Dilfa

AU - Van Ballegooijen, Wouter

AU - Schulte, Mieke

AU - Van Schaik, Anneke

AU - Passchier, Jan

AU - Heber, Elena

AU - Lehr, Dirk

AU - Sadarjoen, Sawitri Supardi

AU - Riper, Heleen

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N2 - Background: University students are susceptible to excessive stress. A web-based stress management intervention holds promise to improve stress but is still at a novel stage in Indonesia. Objective: The aim of this paper was to report the feasibility of the intervention we developed—Rileks—among university students in Indonesia in terms of acceptability and usability, and to propose recommendations for future improvements. Methods: A single-group pretest and posttest design was used. Participants with scores of 15 or higher on the stress subscale of the 42-item Depression Anxiety Stress Scales were given access to the intervention (N=68). The main outcome measures were the 8-item Client Satisfaction Questionnaire (CSQ-8) score, the System Usability Scale (SUS) score, and intervention uptake. Participants’ experience in each session was evaluated using closed- and open-ended questions for future improvements. Descriptive statistics were used to examine primary outcome and qualitative session evaluations. Participants’ responses to each topic of the open questions were summarized. Results: The intervention was evaluated as being satisfactory (CSQ-8 mean score 21.89, SD 8.72; range 8-32). However, the intervention’s usability was still below expectation (SUS mean score 62.8, SD 14.74; range 0-100). The core modules were completed by 10 out of 68 participants (15%), and the study dropout rate was 63% (43/68) at postassessment. In general, the module content was rated positively, with some notes for improvement covering content and technical aspects. Conclusions: This study indicates that Rileks is potentially feasible for Indonesian university students. In order to be optimally applied in such a context and before scaling up web-based interventions in Indonesia, in general, further development and refinement are needed.

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KW - Health sciences

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