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Jurnal Kesehatan Masyarakat (Journal of Public Health) Vol 4, No 3 (2010): Jurnal Kes Mas FKM UAD September 2010
Publisher : Universitas Ahmad Dahlan

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Background : Human activities in using of nature always leaving the rest that are consideredare not useful anymore, so treated as waste products, namely garbage and waste. If the wasteis not managed properly, it will negatively impact health. Therefore there is need for theprevention of negative influences to avoid or use personal protective. The purpose of thisresearch is to know knowledge about the types of garbage collectors , the knowledge workers ofthe garbage collector garbage congenital diseases, and the behavior of garbage collectionworkers in protecting themselves against inherited diseases.Methods: This kind of research is the research evaluation, which includes the formativeevaluation (emphasis on process rather than product). While the research approach used isqualitative. Research subjects in this study are to garbage collectors officers Dumpster (TPS)which use pushcart. Data collection techniques will be used is the observation by participating(participation observation), and in-depth interviews (in-depth Interviewing). Techniques of dataanalysis performed using data reduction, data display the data verification.Conclusion : The conclusions to be drawn from this study are: First, knowledge about the typesof garbage collectors personal protection device which must be worn during most of the work isstill lacking. Second, the knowledge workers of the garbage collector garbage congenitaldiseases mostly still less understood. Third, the behavior of garbage collection workers inprotecting themselves against inherited diseases is less trash to the efforts carried out beforetouching the garbage, and is good for the efforts undertaken after touching garbage. All of themare supported by the lack or ignorance of understanding about self health (Hygiene Sanitation).Keywords: Behavior, personal protection device, congenital disease trash
Perception Factors, Intentions and Attitudes with Market Community Participation to Prevent Occupational Diseases Adnani, Hariza; Subiyanto, AA; Hanim, Diffah; Sulaeman, Endang Sutisna
International Journal of Public Health Science (IJPHS) Vol 7, No 1: March 2018
Publisher : Institute of Advanced Engineering and Science

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An Occupational Disease was a disease caused by work or work environment. One of the efficient and effective strategies for controlling Occupational Disease was the empowerment and participation of the community called Occupational Health Unit (Pos UKK) in the workplace. Based on the data of market health inspection in Pos UKK Imogiri market  in March 2017, there were only 67 participants (19.17%) from 365 invited people.: The purpose of this research was to know the internal factors with the community participation in Pos UKK Imogiri market Bantul. This research was a quantitative analytic research with cross sectional design. The population was 365 people and the sample was 150 respondents. The sampling used purposive sampling technique. Kendall Tau test showed that there was a relation between perception and community participation (p value <0.05, r  = 0.677); Intentions related to community participation (p value <0.05 r = 0.486); Attitudes related to community participation (p value <0.05 , r= 0.802). F test result showed that the variables of Perception, Intentions and Attitudes related simultaneously to community participation (F value = 387.41> F table = 2.67). The dominant independent variable was Attitudes with the highest Standard Beta Coefficient value was 0.776.  Perceptions, Intentions and Attitudes related both partially and simultaneously to community participation; the independent variable that had dominant influence was Attitudes. 
Health promotion in clean and healthy behavior programs in traditional markets Adnani, Hariza; Subiyanto, AA.; Hanim, Diffah; Sulaeman, Endang Sutisna
International Research Journal of Management, IT & Social Sciences (IRJMIS) Vol 5 No 4: July 2018
Publisher : IJCU

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Health Promotion in Clean and Healthy behavior program is a behavior that can be affected by attitudes, subjective norms, intentions and behaviors. The purpose of this study is to application attitude, subjective norms, intentions, and behavior clean and healthy by using Theory of Reasoned Action. This research type was an analytical observational study with cross-sectional. Research location was in Imogiri traditional market in Bantul Yogyakarta Indonesia. The sampling technique was accidental sampling. Data collection techniques were questionnaire and observation sheet. Data analysis used Amos 24. Attitudes affected the intention; Attitude effect on Behavioral Beliefs; Subjective norms affect Outcome Evaluations; The intention affected the intention of disposing of; The intention affected the intention of utilizing latrines; The intention affected the intention of not smoking in the market; intention affected the intention to wash hands with soap; Clean and healthy life behavior has an effect on non-smoking behavior in the market; Clean and healthy life behavior has an effect on hand washing behavior with soap.
The Relationship of Residential Environment with The Risk of Leptospirosis in Sleman Regency Sofiyani, Maya; Mawardi, M Imron; Purnomo, P Sigit; Adnani, Hariza
Journal of Health Science and Prevention Vol 1 No 2 (2017): JHSP Vol 1 No 2 - 2017
Publisher : State Islamic University of Sunan Ampel

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The effort of leptospirosis prevention in Sleman currently only limited to counseling and treatment of the patient, while the patient search, ways of transmission of leptospirosis from rats to humans, have never implemented in an integrated manner. The study aimed to investigated the relationship between the environmental residential condition with the risk of leptospirosis in Sleman Regency. The research used a survey method  with case control study design. The results showed that environmental factors, which are not proved to have a relationship with the risk of leptospirosis were residential condition ({p=0,108} OR=3,818 {95%CI:0,922â??15,811}), the trash bin condition ({p=1,000} OR=1,138 {95%CI:0,420â??3,081}) and the sewer condition ({p=0,415} OR=0,551 {95%CI:0,187â??1,624}). Environmental factors that associated with the risk of leptospirosis was the presence of rats ({p=0,001} OR=13,594 {95%CI:2,754â??67,107}). The effort should be made in order to prevent the increasement of Leptospirosis cases by sanitation improvement and avoiding direct contact with rats as well as it litter. The Government should be pay more attention in the vector control programs, especially in leptospirosis prone areas so the prevention effort to be able run effectively and efficiently.
Surya Medika: Jurnal Ilmiah Ilmu Keperawatan dan Ilmu Kesehatan Masyarakat Vol 11, No 2 (2016)
Publisher : STIKes Surya Global Yogyakarta

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Background: Tuberculosis (TB) is still a public health problem in the world, especially in countries - developing countries including Indonesia.Disease is a major threat to the development of human resources that require the attention of all parties.In fact, the current number of TB patients in Indonesia was ranked fourth highest in the world.Indonesia ranked fourth highest for patients with TB after China, India, and South Africa.Results of a preliminary study conducted at the City Health Office Yogyakarta in 2014 Puskesmas Umbulhajo I ranks first with 72 TB patients, for 2015 at the health center I Umbulharjo most TB patients are in Sub Sorosutan.Objective: Toexamine the correlation between knowledge and attitude of pulmonary tuberculosis with lung tuberculosis prevention behavior in the community in the Village Sorosutan city of Yogyakarta in 2016. Methods: This research is non experiment with this type of analysis quantitative descriptive and cross-sectional study design.The sampling technique used is proportional sampling as many as 100 respondents.The analysis used are univariate and bivariateResults:Kendall Tau analysis showed no association knowledge sig.=0.033 and attitude sig.=0.013 and p-value less than ? (0.05). Conclusion: From this study we can conclude that knowledge with attitudes related to preventive behaviors in the community in the village of Umbulharjo Sorosuran Yogyakarta 2016 Keywords: Attitude and Behavior Prevention, Knowledge