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Journal of Ultimate Public Health
ISSN : 25982389     EISSN : 25982486     DOI : -
Core Subject : Health, Science,
Jump Health is a peer-reviewed academic journal of studies in public health science and learning published biannually in May and November. Given that the journal prioritizes research reports in Jump Health, viewpoint articles in the same field will be considered for publication.
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Articles 63 Documents
ANALYSIS OF PATIENT’S EXPECTATION AND SATISFACTION IN THE CLINIC FOR ASTHMA-ALLERGY OF DR. INDRAJANA JAKARTA Hartono, Budi; Yusta, Theresa
Journal of Ultimate Public Health Vol 1, No 1 (2017): November 2017
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22236/jump-health.v1.i1.p29-41

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Background: Today, Community healthcare requires provider’s reliability in order to satisfy the patient. The healthcare provider should be able to measure the level of performance and the level of importance in order to service efficiency.Method: The research used quantitative method with operational research design to measure importance level and performance of service attribute in poly Asma-Allergy Dr. Indrajana Clinic Jakarta. Level of importance and performance measured by Importance-Performance Analysis (IPA) method to 20 types of service attributes, Patient expectation describes Importance level, while patient satisfaction describes Performance level of service attribute.Results: The results showed that there are 10 types of service attributes that should be "Maintained", one type of service attribute should be "Fixed", one type of service attribute should be "Low Priority", and 8 types of service attributes should be "Eliminated". The average fit between satisfaction with expectation is 82.46%. The middle value of importance level is 4,19 and performance 3,67 (on scale 1 until 5).Conclusion: This study found that the level of compliance between patient satisfactions with patient expectation is not yet optimal. Clinics have quite a number of service attributes that are superior, but there are still service attributes that must be improved and should even be ruled out. It is suggested to the Clinical management to optimize service resources on attributes that should be "Maintained".
RELATIONSHIP OF DEPRESSION TO DECREASE BODY IMMUNITY (CD4 LYMPHOCYTE CELL) IN HIV PATIENTS: A LITERATURE REVIEW Wijaya, Dwi Septian; Kurniawati, Wicuk
Journal of Ultimate Public Health Vol 2, No 2 (2018): NOVEMBER 2018
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CHILDHOOD AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDER – DOLPHIN THERAPY IMPACT ON SENSORY AND MOTOR NERVES OF CHILDREN AUTISM Prayoga, Septiandi
Journal of Ultimate Public Health Vol 1, No 1 (2017): November 2017
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22236/jump-health.v1.i1.p5-8

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The idea that human interaction with dolphins may be beneficial was first formulated in the 1960s by John Lilly, who studied dolphin-human communication and suggested that dolphins could help humans learn to communicate better with one another. Lilly's ideas were extended into the 1970s when dolphin researchers began examining the effects that interacting with dolphins appeared to have on children with neurological impairments (1). The choice of dolphins for this interaction program with ASD children and many other such programs has been based on a number of factors namely: positive image of these animals in the general population (big, protective, friendly aquatic mammals, intelligent and communicative); curious, easily and willingly trainable; capable of sustaining complex interaction with humans when properly condi-tioned; general cooperative and playful attitude; accepting physical contact, including hugs, caresses and kisses; non-threatening expression; soft skin, and delicate movements. These factors have been suggested as useful, in facilitating the establishment of their relationships with humans, with possible therapeutic effects in children (2).
Determinants Activity of Daily Living (ADL) Elderly Tresna Werdha Nursing Home (PSTW) Special Region of Yogyakarta Herman, Rustika; Akhriani, Herlina Nindi
Journal of Ultimate Public Health Vol 2, No 1 (2018): May 2018
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22236/jump-health.v2.i1.p81-92

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Background:Physiological changes affect the independence of the elderly in the activities of daily life. The purpose of this research is to know the determinants of independence of elderly in the activity of daily life.Methods: The study was designed using cross-sectional analytic study. The study population was elderly above 60 years old who lived in Tresna Werdha Nursing Home (PSTW) in Yogyakarta with a sample size of 147 elderly. Data collection using the Mini-Mental State Examination (MMSE) questionnaire and observation sheet. Multivariate analysis with multiple logistic regression.Results: The independence of the Basic Activity Daily Living (BadL) is measured by the Katz Index and the Instrumental Activity Daily Living (IADL) with the Lawton-Brody scale. The results are 22.4% of elderly dependence on BadL and 25.2% of elderly dependence on IADL. Elderly who did not perform physical activity 10.48 times the risk of experiencing dependence in BadL Compared to elderly who do physical activity (p-value = 0.000; OR = 10:48; 95% CI: 2.83-38.81). Elderly with a history of chronic disease is at risk of 8:25 times dependent on IADL Compared with the elderly without a history of chronic disease (p = 0.046; OR = 8.25; 95% CI: 1.04-65.57).Conclusion: The conclusion is Physical activity, age, and nutritional status in BadL dependence Affect while the history of chronic diseases, physical activity, and age Affects dependence in IADL. Promotional and Preventive Efforts such as routine physical activity, balanced nutrition fulfillment, clean and healthy lifestyle to Anticipate the aging process and physiological function changes.
Educational Status, Knowledge, and Families Supported with the Implementation of the Pregnancy Exercise in Pasar Minggu Health Center, Jakarta Anita, Fransiska
Journal of Ultimate Public Health Vol 2, No 1 (2018): May 2018
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Background: During pregnancy a mother will experience many changes both anatomically and physiologically. Pregnancy exercise is one of the activities in the service during pregnancy or prenatal care, which aims to prepare and train the muscles so that it can be used optimally in a normal delivery. Objective: to determine the frequency distribution of pregnant women who carry pregnancy exercise, and the relationship of several factors with pregnancy exercise in Pasar Minggu Health Center period from March to June 2016. Methods: This cross sectional analytic approach, sampling study with accidental sampling method. Samples numbered 30 people which measured by a questionnaire. Data analysis was performed using univariate and bivariate using chi-square test (x2). Results: There are significant association between education (p-value = 0.003), knowledge (p-value = 0.002), support families (p-value = 0.001) with the implementation of pregnancy exercise on the mother 2nd and 3rd trimester pregnant women in the class of Pasar Minggu Health Center. Conclusion: there is a relationship between education, employment, knowledge and family support with the implementation of pregnancy exercise. However, further research needs to cover the factors related to the implementation of pregnancy exercise.
Related Factors to Exclusive Breastfeeding in Puskesmas Ketaping of Padang Pariaman District Valentine, Hega
Journal of Ultimate Public Health Vol 2, No 2 (2018): NOVEMBER 2018
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Exclusive breastfeeding means infantsare only breastfed without anyother additional foods, neither fluids or solids, as it is the best food for babies because it contains a complete and perfect nutrients and also supplies antibodies and anti-infective substances that can prevent them from various diseases. The purpose of this study was to determine the factors associated with The Exclusive Breastfeeding in the work area of Puskesmas Ketaping Padang Pariaman. This study used survey method with cross sectional study design with infant population aged 4 to 12 months. The sample size is 93 babies’ mothers. The study was conducted from 15th to 25thof August in 2004 by using a quessioner. After data had been collected and then manually processed and computerized, then it was presented in the distribution table and cross table and used a statistical tests (Chi-Square). The results showed that the level of knowledge, education, employment status and support from the babies’ mothers’ families is quite low, less than 50%. And there is a significant relationship between knowledge and the Exclusive Breastfeeding (p = 0,01), education with the Exclusive Breastfeeding (p = 0,04), work status with the Exclusive Breastfeeding (p = 0,01), and family support with the Exclusive Breastfeeding (p = 0.01). So thatthese infant’s mother need intensively to be counseled and approached in family leveland so as the cooperation from the officers in the In the information delivery about The Exclusive Breastfeeding.
THE EFFECT OF JUNK FOOD FOR CHILDREN IN DEVELOPMENT COUNTRIES Novenia, Nadya
Journal of Ultimate Public Health Vol 1, No 1 (2017): November 2017
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One labelled “junk” was associated with increased consumption of high-fat processed foods (burgers,coated poultry) and snack foods high in fat and /or sugar (such as crisps, and chocolate),which tend to be of poor nutritional quality.(1) behavior is leading to the weight gain, increased blood pressure, and increased cholesterol levels that are contributing to diabetes epidemics and our current obesity. childhood obesity is a major public health problem. In 2009–2010 in children and adolescents aged 2–19 y,it was estimated that 15% of them were overweight, and 17% of them were obese.(2)
Regional to National Health Insurance Integration Process in Bogor City, Indonesia Upe, Rosmawati
Journal of Ultimate Public Health Vol 2, No 2 (2018): NOVEMBER 2018
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Background: Before the new national health insurance (Jaminan Kesehatan Nasional or JKN) has mandated to integrate all social state insurance including the previous national health insurance (Jamkesmas) and to the regional health insurance (Jamkesda), it was running difference between regionals in Indonesia due to financial capacities of each of regionals respectively. Bogor City has been known as the pilot city that successful to implement the Jamkesda. This study aims specifically to evaluate participant issue in the integration process of Jamkesda to JKN in Bogor City. Methods: Qualitative approach held in three main subjects that consisted of citizen/JKN patient, state and private hospitals, and the Health and Social Office. Results: It shows the perceived of the obstacle in having medical care by the patient at hospitals due to none JKN participant. Prior Jamkesmas participants systematically integrate as JKN participant while it differs with prior Jamkesda participants particularly in having medical care at private hospitals. Jamkesda participant who has expired enrollment would be direct to enroll as the new JKN participants for having the treatment in hospitals. Private hospitals perceived to apply the policy 72 hours to the none JKN patient either to have a warrant or to cover treatment from Health Offices as either JKN participants. Conclusions: The Local Government of Bogor City committed to set waiver as good political will in serving their citizens including taking free medical care without any warrant in the state hospital and accelerate the activation of the new polis handed JKN participant in private hospitals.
HIV/AIDS: Prevalence and Level of Knowledge in a Population Ayu, Diah
Journal of Ultimate Public Health Vol 2, No 1 (2018): May 2018
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THE IMPACT OF CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE Pratiwi, Aisyah Annisa; Asyary, Al
Journal of Ultimate Public Health Vol 1, No 1 (2017): November 2017
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22236/jump-health.v1.i1.p13-17

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Physical, emotional and sexual abuse of children is a major problem in South Africa, with severe negative outcomes for survivors. To date, no known studies have used data directly obtained from community-based samples of children to investigate prevalence, incidence, locations and perpetrators of child abuse victimisation. This study aims to investigate prevalence and incidence, perpetrators, and locations of child abuse victimisation in South Africa using a multicommunity sample.