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Evaluation of the Implementation of Posyandu (Integrated Service Center) Development Policy by Operasional Working Group (Pokjanal) City of Banjarmasin South Kalimantan Province (Case Study in The District of East Banjarmasin) Sari, Anggrita; Kartika, Lucia Ratna; Kuntjoro, Tjahjono
Jurnal Manajemen Kesehatan Indonesia Vol 1, No 3 (2013): Desember 2013
Publisher : S2 IKM FKM UNDIP

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Since 2010, in East Banjarmasin sub-district, members of sub-district operational team work(pokjanal) had been established based on the decree no. 10/2010 regarding sub-district Pokjanalboard member. The role and function of this pokjanal was not maximal. Objective of this study wasto evaluate the implementation of posyandu supervision by pokjanal based on supervision output,input, and process aspects.This was a descriptive-qualitative study with cross sectional approach. Data collection was doneusing in-depth interview technique on four sub-district pokjanal board members as main informants.Triangulation informants consisted of ten people. Content analysis was applied in the data analysis.Results of the study showed that sub-district pokjanal was established. However, based on evaluationon output aspect, it was found that completeness of data and information were insufficient; problemanalysis and intervention were not done; annual planning and supervision activity scheduleformulation were not performed; coordination activity and report of activities results were notdone. Input aspect: human resource, facilities, and funding were not provided according to the roleand function of pokjanal in implementing the supervision. Process aspect: data collection,information, and problem analysis were not done. Annual plan formulation, monitoring and activityevaluation were not implemented according to pokjanal function. This was caused by no socializationand technical guidance that could assist the work of pokjanal; therefore, no pokjanal activity reportdocuments were found.Conclusion of this study was that Pokjanal organization did not function properly. Reasons for thiscondition could be viewed from output aspect: posyandu supervision activity was not done; inputaspect: Pokjanal did not function according to their role; process aspect was not implementedaccording to the pokjanal guideline.It is suggested that stakeholder commitment and clarity are needed; cross sectors and cross programscoordination and communication should be optimized
THE CORRELATION BETWEEN CHARACTERISTICS, KNOWLEDGE AND MOTIVATION OF COUPLES IN CHILDBEARING AGE WITH THE EARLY DETECTION OF CERVICAL CANCER IN ULIN GENERAL HOSPITAL BANJARMASIN Sari, Anggrita; Ulfa, Ika Mardiatul; Sinambela, Dewi Pusparani
International Journal of Clinical Inventions and Medical Science Vol 2 No 1 (2020)
Publisher : Lamintang Education & Training Centre

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Cervical cancer is a malignant tumor that grows in the cervix and often attack women. In Indonesia cervical cancer is the number one killer of all cancers. So early detection is very important. The incidence of cancer from year to year has been increasing significantly. On the contrary, the coverage of pap smear test has been decreasing. The aims are to determine the correlation of characteristics (age, education, and employment), knowledge and motivation and early detection of cervical cancer in couples of childbearing age in patients of Ulin General Hospital Banjarmasin. This type of research is analytic survey with cross sectional. The population is all couples of childbearing age who visit in obstetrics policlinic in Ulin General Hospital Banjarmasin. Sampling method was done by accidental sampling using a sample size of 30 people. Analysis using the spearman rank correlation test with 95% confidence value. Results find no correlation between age and early detection of cervical cancer (p=0,264>?=0,05), a correlation between education and early detection of cervical cancer (p=0,001<?=0,05), a correlation between employment with early detection of cervical cancer (p=0,003<?=0,05), no correlation between knowledge with the early detection of cervical cancer (p=0,425>?=0,05)), no correlation between motivation with the early detection of cervical cancer (p=0,264>?=0,05).
OBSTETRICAL FACTORS IN POSTPARTUM DEPRESSION: A CORRELATIONAL STUDY AT GENERAL HOSPITALS OF BANJARMASIN Fazraningtyas, Winda Ayu; Sari, Anggrita; Rahmayani, Dini
International Journal of Clinical Inventions and Medical Science Vol 2 No 1 (2020)
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Problematic health areas such as maternal and child health is one of the target areas to be addressed so that by 2030, reduction of maternal mortality by less than 70 per 100,000 live births will be attained. Mental illness that happens in postpartum women is significantly associated with morbidity and disability. There are about 10% of pregnant women and 13% of mothers who experience mental disorder, especially depression worldwide. This study aimed to determine and analyze the obstetrical factors associated with postpartum depression. This study used quantitative design with descriptive survey method. A total of 88 participants were included coming from the two General Hospital in Banjarmasin, South Kalimantan, Indonesia. EPDS, BDI-II, and PPDRF checklist were used. It was found out that there is no significant association between the level of depression and desire to be pregnant, complication in pregnancy, and history of abortion. However, there is a significant relationship between participants? level of depression and their experience of menstrual problems. There are 15 or 17% mothers who suffered severe postpartum depression in both hospitals. This needs to be a concern for health workers because postpartum depression mothers could have a poor relationship with children, difficulty meeting their daily needs, caring for children, or even developing into postpartum psychosis.