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Indonesian Journal of Global Health research
ISSN : 27149749     EISSN : 27151972     DOI : https://doi.org/10.37287/ijghr.v2i2
Core Subject : Health, Education,
Indonesian Journal of Global Health Research (IJGHR) menyediakan forum untuk berbagi publikasi penelitian ilmiah, perawatan kesehatan yang tepat waktu dan terkini serta mempromosikan pengembangan keperawatan, kesehatan masyarakat, masyarakat, lingkungan, dan kesehatan kerja. Jurnal ini menerbitkan makalah penelitian asli ilmu kesehatan. Prioritas tinggi akan diberikan pada artikel tentang kesehatan masyarakat, keperawatan, remaja, masyarakat, kesehatan lingkungan dan pekerjaan, dan sebagainya. Kategori berikut diterimapenelitian asli. Topik-topik yang berkaitan dengan jurnal ini termasuk tetapi tidak terbatas pada: kesehatan masyarakat, promosi kesehatan, kesehatan lingkungan, kesehatan kerja, aspek klinis yang berkaitan dengan kesehatan, layanan kesehatan, kebijakan dan manajemen kesehatan, kesehatan sekolah, kesehatan makanan, kesehatan jarak jauh, kesehatan pedesaan , kesehatan masyarakat, kesehatan mental, kesehatan remaja, kesehatan industri, kesehatan sirkumpolar, pemerataan dalam kesehatan, perawatan kesehatan reproduksi, kesehatan perkotaan, geografi kesehatan, kesehatan wanita, pediatri dan kesehatan anak.
Articles 28 Documents
THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN FAMILY ROLE AND SELF-CARE PATIENTS WITH SCHIZOPHRENIA Permatasari, Devi; Rokayah, Cucu; Ejeb, Ruhyat
Indonesian Journal of Global Health Research Vol 1 No 1 (2019): Indonesian Journal of Global Health Research
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Schizophrenia is a serious disease that results in psychotic behavior, disruption in processing information, and interpersonal relationships, the prevalence of schizophrenia in Indonesia, which is around 400,000 people, patients with schizophrenia tend to experience a decrease in self-care. This is due to the decline in some brain functions that are owned by these patients which make it difficult to express emotions, withdraw from the social environment, lose motivation, not interested in doing daily activities, and ignore personal hygiene, to self-care schizophrenic patients need a family role. This study aims to determine whether there is a relationship between the role of the family and self-care in schizophrenic patients in the Outpatient Installation of the Mental Hospital of West Java Province. This study uses a quantitative method with a type of descriptive correlation research, using accidental sampling technique and cross sectional approach. The sample in this study amounted to 296 patient families. This study used a family role questionnaire and self-care questionnaire. The independent variables studied were the role of the family and the dependent variable studied, namely self-care. Univariate analysis uses frequency distribution and bivariate using chi-square. The results showed that patients had a good family role of 151 respondents (51.0%), and for self-care patients who needed as many as 125 (42.2%) assistive devices. There is a significant relationship between the relationship of the role of the family and self-care in schizophrenic patients p-value = 0.006.   Keywords: self-care, family role
HEALTHCARE WORKERS KNOWLEDGE, ATTITUDE, AND AVAILABILITY OF FACILITIES TOWARD COMPLIANCE HAND HYGIENE Noprianty, Richa; Thahara, Gendis Kintan Dwi
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Failure to perform good hand hygiene is considered as an major cause of Healthcare Associated Infections (HAIs). From the WHO data, compliance rate of nurses hand hygiene activity at the United States is about 50%, Australia 65% while in Indonesia 47%. This study aims to determine healthcare workers knowledge, attitude, and availability of facilities toward that affect hand hygiene compliance. This research method is analytical descriptive with cross-sectional approach. The object of data collection is an healthcare workers (nurse, doctor, and pharmacy) at General Hospitalin West Java as many as 51 samples. Sample selection using stratified sampling method with research instrument in the form of questionnaire and observation sheet about knowledge and attitude to hand hygiene adopted from WHO. The results of this study that obtained in the group of nurse were 48.6% doing imperfect hand hygiene and group of doctor respectively 80.0% and pharmacy were 100.0%. In terms of nurses knowledge about hand hygiene is 59.5%, doctor80.0% and pharmacy 50.0%. In terms of attitudes about the implementation of hand hygiene, the nurses group is 48.6%, doctors respectively 40% and pharmacy 50.00% have a positive attitude. In terms of facilities is 40.5% nurses stated available, doctors 20% and pharmacy 0.00%. There was a significant relationship between hand hygiene with knowledge (p = 0,019), attitude (0.004) and hand hygiene facility (p = 0.040).   Keywords: attitude, hand hygiene, health care, knowledge
PERFORMANCE OF INTEGRATED HEALTHCARE CENTER CADRE AND SCOPE OF COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION Irwan, Zaki; Faturrahman, Faturrahman; Muslimin, Irma
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Integrated Healthcare Center is one of the social institutions that play a role in the approach of community participation in the health sector. Integrated Healthcare Center serves as a real entrance to all basic health services especially for infants, toddlers, and pregnant women. This study aims to assess the performance of Integrated Healthcare Center cadres and the scope of community participation in Pangali-Ali Village, Banggae District, Majene Regency 2016. This research was conducted with analytical methods with cross-sectional approach to assess the performance of Integrated Healthcare Center cadres and the scope of community participation in Pangali-Ali Village, Banggae District, Majene District. This research was conducted at Integrated Healthcare Center Village Pangali-Ali Banggae District Majenen Regency, a total sample of 400 mothers who have children under five. The results of research on community participation in Integrated Healthcare Center services on the growth of children under five in Pangali-Ali Village Majene Regency, West Sulawesi Province) that the Integrated Healthcare Center cadre performance in the five-table system at the Integrated Healthcare Center in Pangali-Ali village is categorized as good, only for counseling (table IV) there are things that are lacking effective in particular the provision of information and counseling by cadres is still not in accordance with maternal expectations.   Keywords: performance, cadre, integrated healthcare center
THE EFFECTS OF “CERIA” CHEMOTHERAPY EFFECT MANAGEMENT ON THE LIFE QUALITY IMPROVEMENT OF CHILDREN WITH CANCER Lestari, Siti; Asih, Sri Hartini Mardi; Rusmiyati, Rusmiyati
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The prevalence of cancer in children is now increasing and followed by an increasing number of them who undergo chemotherapy. The effect of chemotherapy can reduce the children?s quality of life, hence it requires the contribution of nurses in improving health services to children with cancer. The purpose of the study was to analyze the effect management of ?Ceria? chemotherapy : (C)egah Sariawan (preventing mucositis), Cegah (E)kstravasasi (preventing extravacation), (R)elaksasi (Progressive Muscle Relaxation to reduce fatigue), Cegah (I)nfeksi (preventing infection), (A)kupresur (acupressur to reduce nausea and vomiting) on the life quality of children with cancer. The method applied was experimental research using control group design with pretest posttest. The treatment group received intervention in the form of ?Ceria? chemotherapy effect management from the researchers while the control group did not receive intervention treatment. The selection of research subjects for the treatment and control groups was done randomly. The children?s quality of life was measured before and after one week of intervention using PedsQL (Children's Quality of Life Inventory). The participants were 76 children (38 in the treatment  group and 38 in the control group). The results of the paired t test showed that there were significant mean differences of life quality before and after "Ceria" chemotherapy effects management on children with cancer (p = 0,0001; sig = 0.05), the highest life quality improvement was found on children who experienced progressive muscle relaxation. This study concludes that "Ceria" chemotherapy effect management  can improve the life quality of children with cancer. Therefore, the reseachers recommend nurses to apply ?Ceria? chemotherapy effect management to improve the life quality of children with cancer.   Keywords: cancer, children, quality of life,  "Ceria" chemotherapy effect management
KOREAN DRAMA ADDICTION AND THE QUALITY OF SLEEP OF INDONESIAN STUDENTS Malfasari, Eka; Febtrina, Rizka; Herniyanti, Rina; Utari, Elsi Manda
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The current phenomenon is about the addiction of korean drama which has an impact on the quality of students sleep, because students who like korean drama often forget the time to rest and feel curious about of each episode. Sleep is a besic need that must be fulfilled by every individual in order to carry out daily activities properly. The purpose of this research is to find out the relationship between korean drama addiction and the quality of studen?s sleep in STIKes Payung Negeri Pekanbaru. This study was quantitative research with a cross sectional design. The sample of this research as much as 246 students STIKes Payung Negeri Pekanbaru from D3 Midwifery study program as much as 38 students, D3 Nursing as much as 31 students, S1 Nursing as much as 144 students and Public Health S1 as much as 33 students with technique sampling that is stratified random sampling. The instrument of this research used questionnaire compiled by the researchers with 25 statement items obtained from the validity test r result > r table (0,602 > 0,361) and the reliability test result are obtained 0,968. While the sleep quality of questionnaire using Pittsburgh Sleep Quality Indeks (PSQI) which has been translated into indonesian the result of the validity test are obtained 0,365 > 0,361 and reliability 0,741, then the data analysis is tested using chi square. The result of this research found that the majority of students were not addicted to korean drama as much 124 (50,4%) and the majority of poor students sleep quality is 181 (73,6%). The result of this research indicate that there is no relationship between korean drama addiction and quality sleep of studen?s STIKes Payung Negeri Pekanbaru with p value 0,429 > 0,05.   Keywords: addicted to korean drama, sleep quality
CULTURAL, SOCIAL, RELIGIOUS BELIEFS AND PRACTICES DURING POSTPARTUM PERIOD AMONG POST NATAL WOMEN IN SELECTED RURAL AND URBAN HEALTH CARE SETTINGS Bhakta, Ananya; Mani, Smritikana
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Belief is the state of mind in which a person thinks something to be the case, with or without there being empirical evidence to prove that something is the case with factual certainty. In developing countries, over 60% of maternal deaths occur during the postpartum period. This period is also greatly influenced by different types of socio-cultural beliefs & practices that increases the risk for poor maternal and child health. A study was conducted to identify and analyse the cultural, social, religious beliefs and practices during postpartum period among postnatal women in Erashal BPHC & Medical College & Hospital of West Bengal. A comparative survey design was adopted in this study. A non probability purposive sampling technique was used to select 120 postnatal women from rural Erashal BPHC & 160 from urban Medical college & hospital as study subject. A valid & reliable Structured Interview schedule(r-0.85,0.90)was used to collect data from the postnatal women who were admitted for delivery and staying postnatal ward. The findings showed that the harmful beliefs regarding maternal, baby care, breast feeding & family planning aspect were present among women during  postpartum period(R-75%,U-54%) Harm less beliefs regarding maternal care& breast feeding aspect were present in  postpartum period(R-31% U-42 %).  Beneficial beliefs regarding separation aspect were present in postpartum period(R-79%,U-90%).The practices were seen in  post partum period(R-52%,U-21%).There was a significant difference in belief among rural & urban women as evidenced by ?t? test(t-11.38 at df 278 at p<0.05) . There was a significant difference in practice among rural& urban women (t-6.85 at df278 at 0.05 level).Significant relationship(r-0.35 , 0.28   at p<0.05) was seen between beliefs &practices during postpartum period in both area. There was a significant association (?2-5.36, 10.56 at p<0.05) between religion with beliefs in both area. The significant association was seen between family type with beliefs in rural (?2-4.41 at p<0.05) but not in urban. The study concluded that, a concerned matter of issue can be raised to prevent the practices contrary with harmful beliefs by counselling and evaluation of views of the mothers during reproductive period.   Keywords: beliefs and practices, postpartum  period, postnatal women, rural and urban settings
VERBAL ABUSE ON PRE-SCHOOL CHILDREN: THE CASE OF INDONESIAN CHILDREN Nurwijayanti, Andriyani Mustika; Iqomh, Muhammad Khabib Burhanuddin
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Verbal abuse is a form of violence received by children in the form of words that hurt the children. The impact of verbal abuse on children causes them to behave aggressively, emotional disturbances, and personality disorders. To explore this phenomenon, this research was designed employing descriptive approach. 132 children (henceforth, respondents)were randomly recruited. The age of respondents ranged from 32 to 34 years.The majority of were high school students with 116 (87.9%) in number, while otehrs were housewives, 113 respondents (85%) in number. Data in this study were collected through questionnaire. The data were then analyzed descriptively.The results of this showed that light verbal abuse were received by 15 respondents (11.4%) and heavy verbal abuse by 117 respondents (88.6%).   Keywords: verbal abuse, pre-school children, parents
ANALYSIS OF FACTORS RELATED TO THE OCCURANCE OF FALL IN ELDERLY Suwariyah, Puji; Pramithasari, Intan Diah
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Elderly is very susceptibleto fall in, this is because their all organ systems have decreased. The occurance of falls in the elderly is influenced by several factors such as age, environment, cardiovascular disorders, and physical activity. The writer wanted to analyze factors related to the risk of falling occurance in the elderly in the District Health Center of Maos, Cilacap Regency. This type of research is a correlational study with a cross sectional approach. The number of samples of this study were 52 elderly taken using consecutive sampling. The analysis used chi square test. The risk of falling occurance rates for the elderly in the Maos Community Health Center in Cilacap Regency was mostly in the no-risk category of 36 respondents (69.2%). Chi square test results showed that there were age factors (p 0.033), environment (p 0,000), cardiovascular disorders (p 0.011), and physical activity (p 0,000) with the risk of falling in the elderly in the Maos Puskesmas Area, Cilacap Regency. There is a relation between age, environment, cardiovascular disorders and physical activity with the risk of falling in the elderly in the Maos Puskesmas in Cilacap Regency.   Keywords: physical activity, cardiovascular disorders, falling risk
EFFECT OF INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAM ON KNOWLEDGE REGARDING VULVOVAGINAL CANDIDIASIS AMONG FEMALE UNIVERSITY STUDENTS Gudia, Amel Dawod Kamel; Eswi, Abeer Saad; hamid, Azza Ali Abd El; Hassan, Soumaya Mohamed
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Adolescents learn about Vulvo vaginal candidiasis (VVC) because its common clinical problem in female during this age throughout the world particularly in hot, subtropical climates. Annually in the United States there are approximately 13 million cases of vulvo vaginal candidiasis (VVC), resulting in 10 million gynecologic office visits per year. It is estimated that 75% of women will experience at least one episode in their lifetime, with a projected 50% of all female experiencing multiple episodes (Kamath, etal , 2014). Education in health is one of the key components of primary health care and one of the most vital health care requirements for female that must be considered much more in the primary health care system, particularly maternal and child health. Moreover Knowledge of how to prevent vaginal Candidiasis could save many female from frequent office visit, uncomfortable vaginal infections and prevent complications of it (Gilson, 2012). To assess the knowledge of female university students about (VVC) and examine the effect of instructional program on their knowledge regarding Vulvovaginal Candidiasis among female university  students. A quasi-experimental design "time-series" will be utilized to achieve the aim of current study. The current study was conducted at Cairo University hostel were the female students were residing and selected from non medical faculties. A simple random sample of 100 female university students was recruited for this study. Two tools were used to collect the study data; structured interview tool, and "VVC" structured knowledge assessment interviewing tool. The current study findings revealed that, mean age of the participents was 20.18± 1.19 years. More than two thirds of them fell in the age range 20-24 years. Regarding menstrual characteristics among the participants, age range at menarche was 11-14 years with a mean of ± SD was (12.30±1.88) years, duration of menstruation ranged between 2-6 days with a mean of (4.23±1.25). The total mean knowledge score of (VVC) was 18.87 ± 7.83 out of /85 in the pretest; which indicated poor knowledge level and 81.20 ± 5.01 in posttest after two weeks from instruction program; which indicated good knowledge level that remain good knowledge in the post test ( 2) with a mean of 74.35± 6.68 after eight weeks from instruction program, and 62.85 ± 6.89  in the  post test  (3) after 12 weeks from weeks from instruction program; which indicated satisfactory knowledge level with high statistical significant differences (P = 0.001). The instructional program had positive effect on knowledge and awareness regarding (VVC) among female university students and this results hence the research hypotheses . Keywords- instructional program, vulvovaginal candidiasis, female university students  
HOW DOES SELF EFFICACY OF TUBERCULOSIS PATIENTS CORRELATE WITH THE IMPLEMENTATION OF STANDARD OPERATIONAL PROCEDURE OF TREATMENT? khotimah, Husnul; Aulia, Fieka; Supriyadi, Bagus
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  Tuberculosis (TBC) treatment should be consistently done by patients and be interrupted since it will: 1) have an impact on drug and bacterial resistance, 2) take longer treatment, 3) impact on saturation to patients, and 4) increase the doses of the drug. Given the complexities of the above fact, the present study was designed to uncover the correlation between self-efficacy and the implementation of standard operational procedure of treatment. A total sample of 100 respondents were recruited purposively. The instrument employed in this study was a set of questionnaire. The data were analyzed using Spearman Rank Analysis test. In this study, p-value 0,000<0,05 was obtained. The result of this study indicated that there was a relationship between self-efficacy and the implementation of standard operational procedure of treatment encountered by tuberculosis patients. Patients with pulmonary TBC who had high self-efficacy will be able to implement the standard operational procedure at home, including the ethics of coughing, environmental health, smoking prohibition, personal protective equipment, regular taking medicine and nutrition consumption. These are significant in the treatment and prevention of transmission processes. This study has set as a practical perspective in preventing transmission of Tuberculosis within families and communities.   Keywords: Tuberculosis (TBC) treatment should be consistently done by patients and be interrupted since it will: 1) have an impact on drug and bacterial resistance, 2) take longer treatment, 3) impact on saturation to patients, and 4) increase the doses of the drug. Given the complexities of the above fact, the present study was designed to uncover the correlation between self-efficacy and the implementation of standard operational procedure of treatment. A total sample of 100 respondents were recruited purposively. The instrument employed in this study was a set of questionnaire. The data were analyzed using Spearman Rank Analysis test. In this study, p-value 0,000<0,05 was obtained. The result of this study indicated that there was a relationship between self-efficacy and the implementation of standard operational procedure of treatment encountered by tuberculosis patients. Patients with pulmonary TBC who had high self-efficacy will be able to implement the standard operational procedure at home, including the ethics of coughing, environmental health, smoking prohibition, personal protective equipment, regular taking medicine and nutrition consumption. These are significant in the treatment and prevention of transmission processes. This study has set as a practical perspective in preventing transmission of Tuberculosis within families and communities.   Keywords: self-efficacy, knowledge level, treatment, tuberculosis patient

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