Effect of Locus of Control and Peer Support the Risk of Depression on People Living with HIV / AIDS in KDS Friendship Plus Kediri City
Background: the incidence of HIV / AIDS tends to increase with high mortality rates, the epidemic is now sweeping across the country and at all levels of the population, social problems will be more aggravate psychological conditions of ODHA in stress and depression. The objective of this research was to analyze the influence of locus of control and peer support against the risk of depression in KDS Friendship plus Kediri.
Subject and Method: type of research was an analytic observational with approach of cross sectional . This research was conducted on 23-24 April 2016. Intake of sample was conducted by technique of simple random sampling amounted to 45 subjects of research. The technique of data collection used questionnaires, analysis used multiple linear regression.
Result: the influence of locus of control, p = 0.001 (29.8%). The influence of peer support p = 0.001 (52%). The influence of locus of control and peer support (p = 0.001
<0.005), 54% the risk of depression in people living with HIV is influenced by factors locus of control and peer support, value of the regression coefficient (b) locus of control -0.79 and value of the regression coefficient (b) peer support - 1:07 (LoC b = -0.31; CI 95% = -0674 s / d -0.42; p = 0.001; peer support b = -0.89; 95% CI = -1.26 s / d -0.53, p = 0.001)
Conclusion: there is an influence of locus of control and peer support against the risk of depression in ODHA