Sri Ratna Rahayu, Sri Ratna
Universitas Negeri Semarang

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Journal : Public Health Perspective Journal

An Analysis of Knowledge. Attitude. Family Support. and Compliances of Takipesial region of Yogyakartang Drugs Towards Diabetes Mellitus Type II in S Lyndasari, Pamela; Rahayu, Sri Ratna; Yuniastuti, Ari
Public Health Perspective Journal Vol 3, No 3 (2018): December 2018
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Diabetes mellitus has quickly become one of the most common non-communicable diseases globally. According to the Health Centre Integrated Disease Surveillance Report of Yogyakarta Province in 2017 there were 8.321 cases of diabetes and the results showed that DM was the number 4 most common disease in DIY in 2017 with 152 deaths. The purpose of this study was to analyze knowledge.attitudes.family support.andcompliances of taking medication towards diabetes mellitus Type II in Sleman.Special Region of Yogyakarta. This research was a quantitative study with a cross sectional approach. The research sample consisted of 119 simple random sampling techniques. This research instrument used a questionnaire. The analysis in this study used Path Analysis. The results showed that there was a direct effect of knowledge on blood glucose levels with a path coefficient of 0.193 (p = 0.031 <0.05). There is an influence of attitudes towards blood glucose levels with a path coefficient of 0.203 (p = 0.019 <0.05). The community needs to adopt a healthy lifestyle. the health office and the local government need to conduct health education (KIE) in a comprehensive manner.
The Effect of Parenting, Teacher’s Role, and Peers on Children’s Personal Safety Skills in Tangerang Hasanah, Aswatun; Rahayu, Sri Ratna; Kuswardinah, Asih
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Indonesia is a country that is experiencing the growth of the occupation where a third of the population of Indonesia is a school age child who is the forerunner of the nation that must be protected. In contrast to the situation almost every day is heard of violence in children who are dominated by sexual violence. In 2010-2017 cases of child violence reached 21 million cases, 42%-58% was a case of sexual violence. The case of child violence increases annually because the child is always positioned as a weak figure. The purpose of this research is to analyze the effect of parenting, teacher’s role and peers on personal safety skills in Tangerang. This research is a quantitative research, with a cross sectional approach. Research samples amounted to 294 respondents with simple random sampling techniques. The instrument used a questionnaire sheet. The technique of the data collection was done by interviews. The data analysis of this research using Chi-Square and logistic regression. The results of the Chi-Square test were obtained from the parenting (P = 0,039); teacher’s role (P = 0,021); peers role (p = 0,021). The logistic regression test found results contained in the parenting variables (p = 0,007) and OR 1.394; teacher’s role (P = 0,000) and OR 6.091; peers role (p = 0.001) and OR 2.260. Personal safety skills are an early effort done in dealing with child sexual abuse. With this skill the child is expected to be responsible for keeping the personal body from sexual offenders.