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Epidemiology and Society Health Review (ESHR)
ISSN : 26561107     EISSN : 26566052     DOI : https://doi.org/10.12928/eshr
Core Subject : Health,
Epidemiology and Society Health Review (ESHR) is aims to communicate research in the field of epidemiology and community health by publishing papers in high-quality science. This journal publishes an article in the field of epidemiology of the communicable disease, epidemiology of non-communicable disease, epidemiology of nutrition, vector control, surveillance, and outbreak and spatial analysis for community health. ESHR opens the windows of the world to spread and communicate research as a lesson learns to other researchers and places to improve the quality of community health.
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EPIDEMIOLOGY OF DIPHTERIA IN PURWAKARTA REGENCY INDONESIA Wijayanti, Siwi Pramatama Mars; Fadillah, Alfianti Nur
Epidemiology and Society Health Review (ESHR) Vol 1, No 1 (2019)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.12928/eshr.v1i1.935

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Background: Diphtheria is considered as a neglected disease since it was successfully eliminated in many countries. However, there were several sporadic re-emergence cases of Diphtheria and the peak was outbreak in Indonesia in 2017.  This research was a descriptive study aimed to explore epidemiology of diphtheria by person, time and place in one of diphtheria endemic area.Methods: This was a descriptive study with cross sectional design in Purwakarta Regency, West Java, Indonesia in 2018. Several data were collected in this study such as diphtheria cases by age, time of occurrence, gender, place and immunization status. The data was collected from Purwakarta Health Office. It was the data from the year of 2015-2017. The data was analysed by using descriptive analysis with percentages displayed in graphs and tables.Results: This study reveals that Purwakarta regency is an endemic area of diphtheria with fluctuated cases since 2015-2017. More cases of diphtheria occurred from September to December in rainy season. More cases suffered by children in 5-9 years old, however, this disease also infected adult population. The area with high diphtheria cases in this study also areas with high population densities which is conducive for C diphteriae transmission. Low coverage of immunization is highlighted in the result of this study, which could explain why diphtheria cases occurred continuously in this area.Conclusions: High number of diphtherias in this area should be an awareness for local health officer to do an effective preventive effort such as increasing the coverage of vaccination. Furthermore, optimizing the role of religious and community leader should be made to support diphtheria vaccination programs.
HOSPITAL MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS ACCEPTANCE AT WONOSARI REGIONAL HOSPITAL, GUNUNGKIDUL, YOGYAKARTA, INDONESIA Aula, Samratul
Epidemiology and Society Health Review (ESHR) Vol 3, No 1 (2021)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.12928/eshr.v3i1.3594

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Background: The hospital management information system (HMIS) is a computer system that processes entire health care business processes, including reporting and administrative procedures, to obtain information quickly, precisely, and accurately. The Wonosari Regional Hospital is a type B hospital that has implemented the HMIS. This study aimed to analyse the HMIS use in the Wonosari Regional Hospital, Gunungkidul, Yogyakarta.Methods: This is a quantitative study using a cross sectional design. Seventy-nine staffs participated in this study that recruited using the purposive sampling technique. Data were collected using a pre-tested questionnaire, then analysed statistically.Results: Perceived ease of use was found significant (p-value ≤ 0.05) associated with HMIS use.Conclusions: Perceived ease of use influenced the use of HMIS at the Wonosari Regional Hospital, Gunungkidul, Yogyakarta.
CORRELATIONS BETWEEN MOTHER’S KNOWLEDGE LEVEL OF EXCLUSIVE BREASTFEEDING AND THE PATTERN IN THE 6-MONTH CHILD IN POSYANDU OF JATIMULYO VILLAGE, PETANAHAN SUB-DISTRICT, KEBUMEN REGENCY, CENTRAL JAVA, INDONESIA Indriyastuti, Hastin Ika; Utami, Wuri; Juad, Juad
Epidemiology and Society Health Review (ESHR) Vol 2, No 2 (2020)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.12928/eshr.v2i2.2217

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Background: Globally, the infant mortality rate (IMR) is still extremely high. One of the efforts to improve children's health is exclusive breastfeeding for six months. Exclusive breastfeeding can reduce infant mortality rate caused by various infectious diseases. Thus, the community, especially mothers need to have proper knowledge about exclusive breastfeeding, and then they are expected to practice it. This study aims to determine the relationship between mothers’ knowledge of exclusive breastfeeding and the breastfeeding patterns of 6-month children in Jatimulyo Village, Petanahan Sub-district, Kab, Indonesia. Kebumen Regency, Central Java Province, Indonesia.Methods: The study was conducted in Jatimulyo Village using quantitative methods and correlation design with a cross-sectional approach. This study sample consisted of 56 mothers who had children aged 6-24 months selected based on the total sampling approach. Data were analyzed using univariate analysis and bivariate analysis using chi-square statistical tests.Results: This study found that most of the respondents are 26-30 years old and have a high school education level with multigravida parity and have a moderate level of knowledge. The study showed a relationship between the level of exclusive breastfeeding knowledge and breastfeeding patterns with a p-value of 0.002 (<0.05) and a correlation value of 0.499.Conclusions: Therefore, it can be concluded that there is a relationship between the level of knowledge about exclusive breastfeeding and breastfeeding patterns with a p-value of 0.002 (<0.05) and a correlation value of 0.499. 
EPIDEMIOLOGY OF DENGUE HEMORRHAGIC FEVER (DHF) IN SEMANU II PRIMARY HEALTH CENTRE, GUNUNGKIDUL FROM JANUARY-JUNE 2019 Anggraini, Vidya Aries; Sulistyawati, Sulistyawati; Purnamawati, Desita; Wijayanti, Siwi Mars Pramatama
Epidemiology and Society Health Review (ESHR) Vol 2, No 1 (2020)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.12928/eshr.v2i1.1577

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Background: Dengue Hemorrhagic Fever (DHF) is a public health problem in Indonesia. The dengue virus causes the disease through mosquito Aedes aegypti bite. This study aims to describe Dengue Hemorrhagic Fever (DHF) in Semanu II Primary Health Centre, GunungKidul, Yogyakarta.Methods: This is a quantitative study with a descriptive approach, describing DHF based variable person, place, and time, using secondary data. Data collection was carried out in August 2019 from secondary data reports SP2TP UPT PuskesmasSemanu II period January-June 2019.Results: Dengue Hemorrhagic Fever (DHF), which occurred in the region of Primary Health Center Semanu II in 2019, was a total of 18 cases with Incidence Rate 72/100,000 population. The majority of cases were found in the age group 6-11 years. 67% of the cases occurred in males. 72% of the cases happened in Pacarejo village. Most of the DHF incidence occurred in March (39%). Conclusions: The incidence of Dengue Hemorrhagic Fever in Primary Health Care Semanu II, most occurred in Pacarejo village, the majority in the age group 6-11 years. Male were the most infected group. And the highest DHF incidence occurred in March 2019
THE DETERMINANTS OF CERVICAL CANCER EARLY DETECTION BEHAVIOUR WITH VIA TEST METHOD IN VISITORS OF POLI KIA-KB IN KASSI-KASSI PUBLIC HEALTH CENTER OF KOTA MAKASSAR Qura, Ummul; Ansar, Jumriani; Arsyad, Dian Sidik; Dwinata, Indra; Ikhsan, Muh; Suriah, Suriah
Epidemiology and Society Health Review (ESHR) Vol 1, No 1 (2019)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.12928/eshr.v1i1.936

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Background: Cervical cancer can be recognized at the pre-cancer stage by doing early detection test in married women. One of the cervical cancer early detection methods is Visual Inspection with Acetic Acid (VIA) test. The coverage of the early detection of cervical cancer through VIA test method in 2017 was still very low, i. e. 1.03% from the national target of 50%. The research aims to know the determinants of cervical cancer early detection behaviour by using IVA test method in visitors of Policlinic KIA-KB (Pediatric and Family Planning Polyclinic) in Kassi-Kassi Public Health Center.Methods: The research was observational analytical research with cross-sectional study design. The population of the study was all women of fertile couple that visited Policlinic KIA-KB in Kassi-Kassi Public Health Center and lived within the coverage area of Kassi-Kassi Public Health Center, which amounted to 135 women. The samples were 101 women that were collected by using the accidental sampling technique.Results: The results showed that there was a relation between knowledge (p=0.000), attitude (p=0.005), husband support (p=0.000), as well as health worker support (p=0.000) and early detection behaviour by using IVA test method. Conclusions: Meanwhile, there was no relation between education and early detection behaviour by using IVA test method. There should be proactive and creative actions from health workers in improving the knowledge of the targets and their husbands about early detection of cervical cancer.
DIFFERENCES OF TODDLER OBESITY BASED ON EXCLUSIVE BREASTFEEDING HISTORY IN TEGALREJO HEALTH CENTER, YOGYAKARTA Ayu, Suci Musvita; Fa'uni, Arini Mayang
Epidemiology and Society Health Review (ESHR) Vol 3, No 1 (2021)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.12928/eshr.v3i1.3635

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Background: Obesity is a global problem and continues to affect low and middle-income countries, mainly urban areas. In Indonesia, the obesity rate of children was 11.5% and was ranked 21st in the world by 2016. Even according to WHO, the number of obese children will continue to increase every year. Several studies have shown that a history of exclusive breastfeeding can reduce the risk of obesity in toddlers. This study aimed to determine the differences in the obesity status of children under five based on a history of exclusive breastfeeding in the Tegalrejo Health Center, Yogyakarta City.Methods: This research employed an analytical observational study with a case-control design. The research sample consisted of 34 toddlers aged 6-24 months, calculated using the difference of two proportions: 17 cases of obese children under five and 17 controls under five who were not obese. A questionnaire was used to collect the data. A Chi-square test was used to analyse the data.Results: There were children under five without exclusive breastfeeding in the group of as many as 41.7% and 29.4% in the control group. 52,9% of children in the case group had exclusive breastfeeding, and 70% in the control group. The bivariate analysis showed no difference in the obesity status of children under five based on a history of exclusive breastfeeding with a value of p = 0.480 and OR = 2.133 (95% CI = 0.519-8.751).Conclusions: There was no difference in the obesity status of children under five based on a history of exclusive breastfeeding, but children without a history of exclusive breastfeeding were 2.133 times more likely to have obesity than children with exclusive breastfeeding.
HEALTH EDUCATION TO IMPROVE THE COMPLIANCE OF LOW SALT DIETS IN PATIENTS WITH HYPERTENSION Kristinawati, Beti; Khasanah, Riska Nurul; Rahmawati, Siti
Epidemiology and Society Health Review (ESHR) Vol 2, No 2 (2020)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.12928/eshr.v2i2.2205

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Background: The level of knowledge of hypertensive people can influence obedience in running a low-salt diet. Low levels of public awareness about low-salt diets can be at risk of complications due to hypertension and death. Health education activities in this community aim to increase the understanding of patients with hypertension on the importance of low-salt diets to improve adherence to the exercise of the dietMethods: Educational methods used in the form of teaches and demonstrations in groups of people with hypertension in Drono village, Ngawen Sub-District, Klaten Regency.Results: Knowledge of the hypertension diet increased between before and after educational activities. Success demonstrated with increased knowledge scores before educational activities of 3.46 and after education score rose to 85.02.Conclusions: Devotion to the community in health education provides increased knowledge in the group of hypertension sufferers. This activity is expected to continue, programmatic, and developed with specialized training in cadres to improve the degree of public health.
TRAVELER’S KNOWLEDGE AND ATTITUDES TO ACCESS TOURISM HEALTH CENTRE AT GUNUNGKIDUL: CASE STUDY AT INDRAYANTI BEACH Lating, Noval Ali; Sofiana, Liena
Epidemiology and Society Health Review (ESHR) Vol 2, No 1 (2020)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.12928/eshr.v2i1.1507

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Background: Indrayanti beach located at Gunungkidul district, Yogyakarta. The number of tourists visited this beach has increased each year, meaning that it increases the health risks for the tourist and people involved, such as infectious diseases, blisters, lost, injured by objects or marine animals, sea water irritation. However, according to the previous study, a traveler who is accessing the Tourism Health Centre is low. This research aimed to identify the relationship between knowledge and attitude of the travelers in Indrayanti Beach to the traveler’s access to the Tourism Health Centre.Method: Quantitative analytical approach with a cross-sectional study design was applied in this study. Of 106 travelers was participate in this study that was recruited through accidental sampling. A tested questionnaire contained knowledge, and attitude was asked to the Indrayanti visitor. A Chi-square test was used to analyze the result.Results: There is a significant association between knowledge level (p=0.027) and attitude (p = 0.000) to the willingness to access the Tourism Health Centre. Conclusion: Knowledge and attitude are the primary aspects of the willingness to access the Tourism Health Centre.
CLIMATE CHANGE AND DENGUE IN INDONESIA: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW Fatmawati, Fajar; Sulistyawati, Sulistyawati
Epidemiology and Society Health Review (ESHR) Vol 1, No 1 (2019)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.12928/eshr.v1i1.938

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Background: Climate change is a global issue because of its impact on environmental and human health. No exception for Indonesia, an archipelago state with a tropical climate. Climate change potentially influences the mosquitos borne disease, including dengue fever, which poses a vulnerability to the Indonesian populations. This article aims to review the association and the impact of climate change to dengue fever, particularly in Indonesia and to inform the policymaker on directing the adaptation option.Methods: Of thirteen peer review articles were included in this review sourced from google scholar database.Results: Climate change affects dengue incidence in Indonesia due to climate variability.Conclusions: It is essential to Strengthen the surveillance system and provide an early warning system (EWS) based on climate information.Keywords: Climate change, dengue, Indonesia
SPATIAL ANALYSIS OF TUBERCULOSIS, POPULATION AND HOUSING DENSITY IN YOGYAKARTA CITY 2017-2018 Ardiyanti, Muthia; Sulistyawati, Sulistyawati; Puratmaja, Yudha
Epidemiology and Society Health Review (ESHR) Vol 3, No 1 (2021)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.12928/eshr.v3i1.3629

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Background: Tuberculosis (TB) is an infectious disease that becomes a health problem globally, including in Indonesia. Yogyakarta City is a district that struggle with TB; from 2017-2018, there was an increase of TB case in this city. There was limited evidence concerning TB and its possible risk factors among TB case 2017-2018, mainly using GIS in Yogyakarta. Methods: This study used an ecological study design to determine the correlation between population and housing density with TB incidence in Yogyakarta City in 2017-2018. Secondary data was obtained from the Yogyakarta City Health Profile 2018-2019. Spearman rank correlation test and spatial analysis using Quantum GIS software were employed to analyse the data. Results: There was a relationship between TB and population density variables (p-value = 0.034; R = -0.568) and housing density (p-value = 0.012; R = -0.625) in Yogyakarta, 2017-2018. Conclusions: This study indicates that the density of housings and population affect the prevalence of Tuberculosis.

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