Oktia Woro Kasmini Handayani
Universitas Negeri Semarang

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Journal : Public Health Perspective Journal

The Influence of Stress Coping And Genetics on Hypertension Status Age Range 36-45 Years in Sawit Health Centerboyolali Regency Ningsih, Prastuti Esa; Astuti, Ari Yuni; Handayani, Oktia Woro Kasmini
Public Health Perspective Journal Vol 3, No 3 (2018): December 2018
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Based on the observational and preliminary data from the Health Department of Boyolali, it is showed that the most non-communicable disease is hypertension with the total amount is 23.586 cases. The hypertension cases in Sawit Health Center is because of the less healthy lifestyle of the society due to the low attitude and behavior toward the prevention of hypertension. The aim of this study was to analyze the influence of stress coping and genetic on hypertension status at Sawit Health Center 2018. The present study used cross sectional study design. The sample of the study was 85 respondents that were taken in Sawit Health Center. Questionnaire was used as the instrument of the study in order to obtain the data of stress coping and genetic background of the respondents. The data analysis was done in multiple linear regressions. The results showed that (1) There is the influence of stress on hypertension status with p-value of 0.021<α (0.05). (2) There is the influence of genetic on hypertension status with p-value of 0.000< α (0.05). People are suggested to do healthy life style, the Health Department and Local Government should do some health counseling comprehensively.
THE INFLUENCE OF INTEGRATED MANAGEMENT NEONATAL AND CHILDHOOD ILLNESS TRAINING ON KNOWLEDGE, ATTITUDE, MOTIVATION AND COMPLIANCE OF MIDWIFE NEONATAL VISIT Timorini, Yuda Ayu; Handayani, Oktia Woro Kasmini; Rahayu, Rr. Sri Ratna
Public Health Perspective Journal Vol 5, No 1 (2020): April 2020
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Neonatal mortality rate (NMR) in Tegal Regency from 2015-2017 has contributed significantly to infant mortality, which is 70-81% and is ranked the 3rd largest in neonatal deaths in Central Java Province. One reason is the level of knowledge and handling of officers in the steps of Integrated Management of Neonatal and Childhood Illness (IMNCI) in neonatal visits is still low. This study aims to simultaneously analyze the influence of IMNCI training on midwives' knowledge, attitudes, motivations and compliance of neonatal visit in Tegal Regency. This study used a quasi-experimental research design with a pretest-posttest design with a control group design, with a sample of 54 respondents namely 27 midwives as a control group and 27 midwives as an intervention group. The results showed a simultaneous difference in the intervention group between IMNCI training on knowledge, attitudes, motivation and compliance of midwife neonatal visit in Tegal Regency where the results of the Manova analysis showed a significance value of less than 0.05 (p = 0,000). The results of this study can be taken into consideration in taking the policy of the IMNCI program as one of the actions to increase the achievement of neonatal visits with IMNCI approach in an effort to reduce morbidity and infant mortality, especially in neonatal period.