& Kendler, K. S. (1994). *, **, and ***: Ma Z, Zhao J, Li Y, Chen D, Wang T, Zhang Z, Chen Z, Yu Q, Jiang J, Fan F, Liu X. Epidemiol Psychiatr Sci. Harmeet Kaur Kang, PhD, MSN, BSN, RN; Christopher Rhodes, MSN, RN; Emerald Rivers, MSN, RN; Clifton P. Thornton, MSN, RN, CPNP; Tamar Rodney, PhD, RN, PMHNP-BC, CNE, The aim of the current review is to describe the prevalence and demographic correlates of mental health disorders among undergraduate university students in the United States. This study aims to investigate the MHL of depression among public health and sociology undergraduate students in Hanoi, Vietnam. The transition from high school to college can be a distressing period (Kadison, 2004) that requires students to develop and exercise greater autonomy with a shift in their roles and expectations. At the point, parents and teachers are the individuals identified to perform this heavy duty and their collaboration is vital in promoting positive mental health among the students. In contrast, mental health problem may affect anyone at any age, and may significantly impair one’s ability to form daily activities. Annu Rev Clin Psychol. The current study has some limitations. The aim of this study is to identify mental health state among hearing impaired secondary school students in Johor Bahru. Skin picking urge and occasional skin picking was reported by 42% and 38% of students, respectively, with 6% of students reporting that they engaged in pathological skin picking. Petrov, M. E., Lichstein, K. L. & Baldwin, C. M. (2014). (2011). Zhang B, Zaman A, Silenzio V, Kautz H, Hoque E. JMIR Ment Health. (2015). Mental disorders among college students in the world health organization world mental health surveys. A typological model of schizophrenia based on age at onset, sex and familial morbidity. The use of technology is increasing in this population and innovative methods should be used to engage students. First, have the behaviors and mental health of the participants changed in response to the COVID-19 pandemic compared to previous time periods? Anything that creates a challenge or a threat to our comfort is a stress. email@example.com. The prevalence of depression reported was significantly higher among females (25%) than males (17%) (Roberts et al., 2010). Psychological Screening and Tracking of Athletes and Digital Mental Health Solutions in a Hybrid Model of Care: Mini Review. Impact of COVID-19: What Does It Mean For Nurses and Health Systems? Prevalence of pathological BFRBs was higher among females (77%) compared to males (23%) (Houghton et al., 2018). This review highlights several current gaps needed to provide a comprehensive, accurate picture of the true prevalence of mental health disorders and the needs of this population.