Assessing the needs for health promoting university in FEB UGM
Objective: To conduct a need assessment to assess the primary health problems experienced by the academic community of the Faculty of Economics and Business UGM. Method: The target of need assessment is education staff and students. The research method used is a mixed-method, with the qualitative method using observation and the quantitative approach with an online survey using a questionnaire. Results: The direct observation of the canteen area (EB Café, Food Court and Cafeteria) found that the hygiene and facilities of the canteen are still not adequate; an emergency unit is available but not yet fully functional; physical activity activities such as group aerobic are routinely carried out for education staff but do not include students; The Student Wellness and Personal Development Center facilities are available to solve not only various student learning problems but also mental health problems. The online survey received responses from 153 respondents comprising 90 education staff and 63 students. Most respondents answered the key problems were physical activity and mental health. Conclusion: Need assessment of The Faculty of Economics and Business UGM found priority health problems were physical activity and mental health, so it is necessary to plan programs and interventions according to target needs.