|Type||Journal Article - Frontiers in public health|
|Title||Psychosocial Problems among adolescent students: an exploratory study in the central region of nepal|
Recently, schools have drawn attention as dominant factors for psychosocial development of students. Nepal, however, has limited studies on this issue. This study sought to assess the prevalence of psychosocial dysfunction and its association with family-related factors among adolescent Nepali students.
Taking 787 adolescent students from 13 schools of Hetauda municipality, we accomplished a cross-sectional study. A set of structured questionnaire and Y-PSC was adopted to collect data, which were analyzed using SPSS with 95% of confidence interval.
|»||Nepal - Population and Housing Census 2011|