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AloHA International Journal of Health Advancement (AIJHA)
ISSN : -     EISSN : 26218224     DOI : https://doi.org/10.33846/aijha
Core Subject : Health, Science,
Aloha International Journal of Health Advancement (AIJHA) is a media for the publication of articles on research, book review, literature review, commentary, opinion, case report, tips, scientific news and letter to editor in the areas of health science and practice such as public health, medicine, dentistry, nursing, midwifery, nutrition, pharmaceutical, environmental health, health technology, medical laboratories, health education, health information system, health management, and health popular.
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The Effect of Diaphragm Therapy on Comfort in COPD Patients in The Cempaka Pavilion, Jombang Hospital Maunaturrohmah, Agustina; Yuswatiningsih, Endang
Aloha International Journal of Health Advancement (AIJHA) Vol 2, No 5 (2019): May
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Patients who experience shortness of breath will cause discomfort in body function and limited independence, so patients tend to avoid daily physical activities that cause immobilization, the relationship of patients with the social environment decreases. The aim of this study was to analyze the effect of diaphragm therapy on the comfort of patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). The design of this study was one group pre-post test. The population were all patients in the Cempaka pavilion at Jombang Hospital with an average of 26 patients per month. The sample size were 20 respondents, selected using simple random sampling technique. Data were collected using questionnaire, then analyzed using Paired Sample T Test. The results showed that before being given diaphragm therapy, 13 respondents (65%) felt uncomfortable and after giving diaphragm therapy, 14 respondents (70%) felt comfortable. Statistical test results with Paired Sample T Test obtained pvalue of 0.035. Conclusion: there is an effect of diaphragm therapy on comfort in patients with COPD. Keywords: diaphragm therapy; comfort; COPD
Opportunity to Publish the Results of Community Service Polnok, Sanglar; Martiningsih, Wiwin
Aloha International Journal of Health Advancement (AIJHA) Vol 3, No 8 (2020): August
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The Effects of Environment Sanitation to Early Neonatal Death (0-7 days) in Situbondo District Farhati, Diana Diana; Yani, Ristya Widi Endah; Rokhmah, Dewi
Aloha International Journal of Health Advancement (AIJHA) Vol 2, No 12 (2019): December
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Environment sanitation was closely related to clean and health living behavior of society to keep cleanliness and health of surrounding environment. The failure of environment sanitation affected to incident of disaster and disease epidemic which was an indirect factor of neonatal death. This research aimed to analyze the effects of environment sanitation to the incident of early neonatal death (0-7 days) in Situbondo District. This research was categorized into descriptive analytic research which exerted case control approach and data analysis method of logistic regression on the total population of 206 respondents, the research sample was simple random sampling in about 170 respondents which was comprised of case group of 85 mothers whose babies died in the age (0-7 days) and the control group of 85 mothers whose babies alive in the age 0-28 days. This research findings showed that it is found relationship between the waste water disposal and early neonatal death where the significance value 0,091. Keywords: Environment Sanitation, Early Neonatal Death
Description of the Long-Term Use of Contraception in Blitar District Martiningsih, Wiwin
Aloha International Journal of Health Advancement (AIJHA) Vol 1, No 4 (2018): OCTOBER
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Parenting Style and Learning Achievement of Students in Kemayoran 1 Elementary School, Surabaya Heriyanto, Bambang; Wijayanti, Dyah
Aloha International Journal of Health Advancement (AIJHA) Vol 2, No 2 (2019): FEBRUARY
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Education for children is very important because to determine the results of student achievement in school must be of good value, but there are still some students whose learning achievements are decreasing so that parenting is needed. The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of authoritarian and democratic parenting on student achievement. Analytical research design with a population of class IV students amounted to 34 students and the sample was part of the fourth grade students as many as 26 students. The sampling method uses Simple Random Sampling technique. Independent variables are authoritarian and democratic parenting, while the dependent variable is learning achievement. Data collection used questionnaires and data analysis using Chisquare test. The results of research on authoritarian majority parenting were 14 with very good learning achievement 1 (7.1%), good learning achievement 13 (92.9%). And 12 parents with democratic parenting obtained good learning achievement 8 (66.7%), and enough learning achievement 4 (33.7%). The p-value was 0.048 (
Understanding the Traditional Review in Health Studies Acob, Joel Rey U.
Aloha International Journal of Health Advancement (AIJHA) Vol 3, No 3 (2020): March
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Understanding the Traditional Review in Health Studies
Organizational Citizenship Behavior and Health Information Systems Nugroho, Heru Santoso Wahito; Martiningsih, Wiwin; Ackah, David; Hendrik, Hendrik; Suparji, Suparji
Aloha International Journal of Health Advancement (AIJHA) Vol 1, No 2 (2018): AUGUST
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Organizational Citizenship Behavior and Health Information Systems
Occupational Stress and Work-Life Balance of The High School Teachers Pita, Charlene C.
Aloha International Journal of Health Advancement (AIJHA) Vol 2, No 3 (2019): MARCH
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Background: Work stress is what one gets from doing a job or profession like being a teacher. Work stress may be harmful both physical and, or emotional. In today’s generation of working professionals, occupational stress is a significant issue. The increasing incidence of stress among teachers, in particular, has adversely affected their work performance and how they maintain a balance between personal lives and work. Objectives: This purpose of this study was to determine the level of stress at work and the balance between work and private life and its relation to the Job performance of selected high school teachers. Methods: This quantitative research used a descriptive research approach is used in administering the questionnaire to determine the level of professional stress, the perceived balance between professional and private life, and the teaching performance of secondary teachers. The population of the study participated in 106 Secondary Teachers. The researcher made sure that the instrument is conducted to the respondents and carefully follow the procedure. Their responses were tallied and treated to the following statistical treatment used are as follows: Ranking is to determine the relationship between a set of items and also to determine the profile of the respondents through the computation of frequency and percentage, Weighed is to gauge the average value of responses to items in the questionnaire; Pearson Product Moment Correlation and Chi-square Test is to determine the significant degree of relationship between teachers’ profile and occupational stress, work-life balance, and job performance, to further test the considerable result of the Pearson Product Moment Correlation, the computed data are subjected to t-test wherein the computed t-test is compared to the tabular value of significance with the specified degree of freedom. The questionnaire is a standardized test and tested in Cronbach alpha with a value higher than .60. Results: This study revealed that the occupational stress of secondary school teachers does not exceed very high levels of occupational stress. All six dimensions of occupational stress – supports, demands, change, relationships, control, and role, contribute only marginally to the overall stress experienced by the respondents. It showed in the result and interpreted as Slightly Stressed of the overall composite mean. The respondent teachers perceive their work-life balance, in terms of work spillover in personal life (WSPL) and personal life spillover in work (PLSW) to be Good. From these findings, the researcher can infer that secondary school teachers can strike the right balance between their work life and personal life. However, there is still a lot of room for improvement before the respondents can be able to achieve a perfect and excellent work-life balance. This study is deemed beneficial to specific individuals and a group of people: high school teachers, principals, students, parents, and other academic leaders and institutions. Keywords: Occupational, Stress, High school teacher, Performance, Personal and work
Implementation of early childhood growth and development monitoring programs in Indonesia Suparji, Suparji; Suiraoka, I Putu; Badi'ah, Atik
Aloha International Journal of Health Advancement (AIJHA) Vol 1, No 3 (2018): SEPTEMBER
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Using Virtual Laboratory Online System: "Wiley-Anatomy Drill and Practice" as an learning media for health workers Acob, Joel Rey U.; Nugroho, Heru Santoso Wahito; Polnok, Sanglar
Aloha International Journal of Health Advancement (AIJHA) Vol 1, No 6 (2018): DECEMBER
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