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Table 2 Distribution of depressive and anxiety symptoms by sociodemographic variables

From: Symptoms of depression and anxiety in Indonesian medical students: association with coping strategy and resilience

  n (%) Depression score
(median [IQR])
p value Anxiety score
(median [IQR])
p value
All subjects 532 100 4 (1–9) - 7 (4–13) -
Gender
 Male 215 40.4 4 (1—8) 0.707 7 (4—11) 0.027
 Female 317 59.6 4 (1—9) 8 (4—13)
Region of origin
 Greater Jakarta 366 68.8 4 (1—9) 0.862 7 (4—12) 0.168
 Java outside Greater Jakarta 96 18.0 3 (3—8) 7 (3—11)
 Other than Java 70 13.2 4 (1.75—9) 8 (4—15)
Accommodation
 With immediate family 297 55.8 3 (1—8) 0.041 7 (4—12) 0.580
 Not with immediate family 235 44.2 4 (2—9) 7 (4—13)
Financing
 Out-of-pocket 479 90.0 4 (1—9) 0.716 7 (4—12) 0.799
 Partial or full scholarship 53 10.0 3 (2 – 10.5) 7 (3—13,5)
Secondary education
 Public high school 328 61.7 4 (1—8) 0.141 7 (4—12) 0.324
 Private high school 159 29.9 5 (2—10) 8 (4—13)
 International high school 45 8.5 3 (1—7) 6 (4—10,5)
Study program
 Regular class 376 70.7 4 (2 – 9.75) 0.099 7 (4—13) 0.220
 International class 156 29.3 3 (1—8) 7 (4—11)
Stage of study
 Preclinical 343 64.5 4 (1—9) 0.865 7 (4—13) 0.308
 Clinical 189 35.5 4 (1—8) 7 (3—11)
Year of study
 Preclinical Year 1 90 16.9 5 (2 – 9.25) 0.441 10 (6—16)  < 0.001
 Preclinical Year 2 79 14.8 4 (2—9) 8 (4—13)
 Preclinical Year 3 92 17.3 3 (1 – 7.75) 6 (4—10)
 Preclinical Year 4 82 15.4 3 (2—9) 6 (4—11)
 Clinical Year 1 93 17.5 5 (1—10) 8 (3.5—14)
 Clinical Year 2 93 18.0 3 (1—7) 7 (3—10)
  1. Mann–Whitney U Test for comparison between 2 groups and Kruskal–Wallis Test for comparison between more than 2 groups; statistically significant results (p < 0.05) printed in bold