Pro Health Jurnal Ilmiah Kesehatan

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ISSN / EISSN : 2654-8232 / 2654-797X
Published by: Universitas Ngudi Waluyo (10.35473)
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Mona Saparwati, Raharjo Apriatmoko
Pro Health Jurnal Ilmiah Kesehatan, Volume 2, pp 82-86; https://doi.org/10.35473/proheallth.v2i2.545

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Complexity nurses tasks can become a heavy burden for nurses in carrying out nursing services to patients. Nurses are likely to become stressed. The inability of individuals coping with prolonged work stress will cause individuals to experience burnout. So in the end nursing burnout will affect to patient satisfaction. The purpose of this research to find out the description of nursing burnout at RSUD Ungaran. This research was conducted with a descriptive analytic strategy. The research population was nurses at RSUD Ungaran with total of 172 people, and 63 respondents was selected as samples by using proportional random sampling technique. The results show that the majority of respondents experience nursing burnout in mild category as many as 32 respondents with 50,8 %. But there are 17 respondents included in the weight category. The results of this study are expected to be the basis for nurses, hospitals and nursing education institutions to pay attention to burnout events. Respondents who are categorized as experiencing high burnout events are expected to immediately carry out further examinations of health services so that they can be handled.
Riezky Febiola, Mondastri Korib Sudaryo, Sri Ulfa Alriani
Pro Health Jurnal Ilmiah Kesehatan, Volume 2, pp 62-67; https://doi.org/10.35473/proheallth.v2i2.561

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Tuberculosis is still a major cause of health problems and death due to infectious agents. The success rate of TB treatment varies globally where Asia is 81.6% the second highest after Oceania 83.9%. The prevalence of tuberculosis with bacteriological confirmation in Indonesia is 759 per 100,000 population. This study aims to determine the relationship between the independent variabel with the success of TB treatment in Indonesia in 2018. Methods This study was conducted using a retrospective cohort study design. The study population was all TB Drug Sensitive patients who started treatment in 2018 and were recorded on SITT. Data analysis was performed using Chi Square. 392,706 TB patients were included in the analysis of 476,744 patients. With treatment results 45.2% recovered, 43.35% complete treatment, 3% died, 0.8% failed, 5.6% dropped out of treatment, 2.1% people moved. Age> 45 years RR 1,028 (95% CI; 1,009-1,049), female gender 1,022 (95% CI; 1,004-1,041), HIV negative 1,229 (95% CI; 1,169-1,292), patients with new treatment status RR 1,072 (95% CI; 1.033-1.112) and did not have a DM RR comorbid 1.027 (95% CI; 1.003-1.051) were predictors of the success of TB treatment. The results of this study indicate that patients who do not have HIV or DM co-morbidities are more likely to succeed in TB treatment.
Sri Lestari, Hanifa Maher Denny, Yuliani Setyaningsih
Pro Health Jurnal Ilmiah Kesehatan, Volume 2, pp 68-75; https://doi.org/10.35473/proheallth.v2i2.553

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The use of pesticides that are not completely on target creates residues and has a negative impact on health and the environment. The lack of guidance from stakeholders and the lack of knowledge about the dangers of pesticides cause farmers to ignore the risks of excessive use of pesticides. Preventive efforts are needed to reduce the impact of pesticide use, so that the policy brief could be prepared as an effort to minimize the impact of pesticide use through more effective policy recommendations that is to be addressed to local governments and related agencies. This research used a qualitative approach. The sample in this study consisting of the community health centre officers, the Health Service and the Agriculture Service. Stakeholder perceptions in policy making were influenced by knowledge factors, family background factors and need factors. The policy brief was prepared based on the results of interviews and focus group discussions with informants relating to the impact of and the prevention of the use of pesticides excessive. The stages of preparing a policy brief start from determining the problem and audience, creating a policy framework, writing an executive summary and reviewing the results of the policy brief. Perception stakeholders for developing the use of pesticides to have not run optimally even though we already be a job and the program as a clear. The need for monitoring and evaluation counseling and flanking by stakeholders to farmers periodically 6 months.
Fitratur Rahmah Agustina, Diah Mulyawati Utari
Pro Health Jurnal Ilmiah Kesehatan, Volume 2, pp 56-61; https://doi.org/10.35473/proheallth.v2i2.562

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According to WHO, 20 million babies born every year experience LBW, and 96.5% of them occur in developing countries. This study aims to analyze the factors associated with LBW events. The design of this study is literature review. The articles collected are grouped according to the following inclusion criteria: 1) is a cross sectional study; 2) respondents are children aged 0-59 months; 3) research locations in Asia or Africa. The results of the study show that the sex of the child has a significant relationship with LBW in India, Indonesia, Afghanistan, Armenia, Cambodia, Jordan and Tanzania. Mothers aged ≥ 35 years are more at risk of giving birth to LBW babies in Armenia, Cambodia, Jordan, Nepal, Pakistan, Tanzania, Zimbabwe, Burkina Faso, Ghana and Senegal. Mother's education has a significant relationship with LBW in Oman, Afghanistan, Armenia, India, Nepal, Oman, Pakistan, Jordan, Burkina Faso, Malawi, Senegal, Uganda, Tanzania, and Zimbabwe. Occupational mothers have a significant relationship with LBW only in Nepal, and Pakistan. Maternal nutritional status (IMT) has a significant relationship with LBW events in India, Cambodia, Nepal, Pakistan, Jordan, Burkina Faso, Ghana, Malawi, Senegal, Tanzania, Uganda, and Zimbabwe. Pregnancy complications have a relationship with LBW only in Indonesia, and Oman. The number of parities has a significant relationship with LBW in Indonesia, Armenia, Cambodia, Nepal, Pakistan, Burkina Faso, Ghana, Malawi, Nigeria, Tanzania, Uganda, and Zimbabwe. The number of ANC attendees has a significant relationship with LBW in India, Nepal, Pakistan, Jordan, Malawi, Tanzania, Uganda, and Zimbabwe. The economic status of the family was found to have relations with LBW in Afghanistan, Armenia, Indonesia, Cambodia, Nepal, Oman, Pakistan, Jordan, Tanzania and Zimbabwe.
Sabrina Farani
Pro Health Jurnal Ilmiah Kesehatan, Volume 2, pp 50-55; https://doi.org/10.35473/proheallth.v2i2.546

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This study aimed at describing and analyzing community perception concerning the implementation of Jamkesmas program in the delivery and perinatal ward of RSUD Kabupaten Buleleng, the implementation of Jampersal program, the policy of RSUD Kabupaten Buleleng concerning with Jamkesmas and Jampersal for the under service, and the constraints faced in Jamkesmas and Jampersal programs. This study belong to the qualitative approach. The input, process, and output variables were measured by using questionnaire and interview. The results indicated that (1) the community perception on the implementation of Jamkesmas programs in the delivery and perinatal ward of RSUD Kabupaten was immediately good, (2) the implementation of Jampersal programs in the delivery and perinatal ward of RSUD Kabupaten Buleleng was immediately good, (3) the constraint was a few participants had not yet got identity and household cards which made the requirements for participating in the program incomplete, (4) the policy of RSUD Kabupaten Buleleng, in solving the problem was to facilitate the patients in arranging for the documents in order to participate in Jamkesmas or Jampersal programs before giving care of them.
Fitria Wulandari, Ita Puji Lestari
Pro Health Jurnal Ilmiah Kesehatan, Volume 2, pp 45-49; https://doi.org/10.35473/proheallth.v2i2.423

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Sampah dan Pengelolaannya saat ini menjadi masalah , dan menjadi prioritas di kota-kota besar. Pengelolaan sampah dengan cara dibakar menjadi salah satu cara yang sering dilakukan oleh sebagian masyarakat baik di perkotaan maupun di pedesaan, salah satunya adalah di wilayah kelurahan plamongansari, terutama di RW 03. Oleh karena itu di perlukan suatu penelitian lebih lanjut untuk menggambarkan perilaku ibu rumah tangga dalam mengelola sampah hasil aktifitas rumah tangga. Dari hasil penelitian diperoleh hasil bahwa 50% responden berpendidikan rendah, 23% berpendidikan menegah, dan sisanya sebanyak 13% berpendidikan tinggi. Gambaran perilaku ibu rumah tangga dalam mengelola sampah dapat digambarkan bahwa 51% responden mengelola sampah rumah tangga dengan cara di bakar, sedangkan 48% responden membang sampah ke TPs, dan sisanya membuang sampah di lahan kosong. Masyarakat kurang mendapatkan informasi mengenai pengelolaan sampah yang baik, dari petugas kesehatan dalam beberapa kegiatan penyuluhan, karena materi penyuluhan yang diberikan lebih banyak di bidang kesehatan. saran yang diberikan adalah meningkatkan pengetahuan warga dengan memperbanyak materi-materi penyuluhan dalam kegiatan penyuluhan oleh tenaga kesehatan di masyarakat, dan dapat juga dilakukan dengan cara memasang informasi-informasi mengenai pengelolaan sampah, di tempat-tempat yang mudah dilihat oleh masyarakat.
Faridah Aini, Raharjo Apriatmoko
Pro Health Jurnal Ilmiah Kesehatan, Volume 2, pp 76-81; https://doi.org/10.35473/proheallth.v2i2.555

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Insomnia in the form of reduced quantity and quality of sleep that can cause changes neurotransmitter. Serotonin levels affect REM sleep and therefore the disturbance in serotonin levels will cause migraine. The purpose of this study was to determine the realationship of changes in sleep patterns to the incidence of migraine in teenagers. This research design was descriptive correlational with cross sectional approach. The population of this research was teenagers in Candi Subdistrict of Bandungan, with samples of 120 people taken by purposive sampling technique. Data collection tool for concentration level variable used questionnaires of Study Group of Psychiatry Biology Jakarta - Disruption of sleep patterns Rating Scale (KSPBJ-IRS) and Migraine Screen Questionnaire (MS-Q). Data analysis used frequency distribution and chi square test. The results showed that most teenagers did not experience insomnia (63.3%), most of them did not experience migraine (68.3%). There was an association betwen insomnia and the incidence of migraine in teenagers, with p value of 0.0001 (α=0,05). Should teenagers control sleep patterns by making a schedule to prevent and control the incidence of migraine.
Astien Setianingrum, Indri Hapsari Susilowati
Pro Health Jurnal Ilmiah Kesehatan, Volume 2; https://doi.org/10.35473/proheallth.v2i1.291

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Risk management is a process of managing risk so the organization can achieve its goals. A strong fundamental is necessary for understanding the concept of risk management before it is implemented. This study will analyze mining safety risk management at PT HPU site XYZ based on the Mineral and Coal Mine Safety Management System (SMKP Minerba). This research is a qualitative descriptive study . Data retrieval is done through in-depth interviews and document review (documentation) with key informants, namely, 4 Project Managers, 14 Superintendents, and 18 Foreman.The results of the interviews were analyzed by its content and compared to PT HPU documents based on Mineral and Coal Mining Safety Management System (SMKP Minerba) and also other risk management standards (ISO 31000: 2009, AS / NZS 4360: 2004, and ISO 45001: 2018) for additional reference. Based on content analysis, it was found that the supervisor's interpretation of PT HPU regarding risk management was not fully in accordance with risk management standards since the company's procedures had not accommodated the entire risk management process. Therefore, it is necessary to formulate procedures for risk management that are integrated with the company's mining safety management system and understood by each line of management.
Mona Saparwati, Trimawati Trimawati, Fiki Wijayanti
Pro Health Jurnal Ilmiah Kesehatan, Volume 2; https://doi.org/10.35473/proheallth.v2i1.385

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The region of Indonesia is located between three tectonic plates namely Eurasian plate, the Pacific plate and Australia-Indies plate. These conditions lead to Indonesia to be proned of earthquakes, tsunamies, volcanic eruptions, and other types of geological disasters. Education for disaster is important to people's lives, to make disaster preparedness which is an absolute requirement for the development of disaster risk reduction. The purpose of this to study is to find out the difference between knowledge of disaster preparedness on high school students before and after given disaster learning.The design in this research method used pre-experimentaltype with pre test and post test in one group. The population on this research werestudents of SDN Candirejo 01 Ungaran as many as 125 students with research samples as many as 68 respondents taken by proportional random sampling technique. Instruments for disaster preparedness variable used questionnaire from LIPI. Univariate analysis test in the form of frequency distribution and percentage and used Wilcoxon bivariat test.The results showed student’s knowledge before the disaster learning is in less category as many as 31 students (51.1%) and after given disaster learning in good category as many as 37 students (55.5%). There is significant differences between knowledge of disaster preparedness before and after given disaster learning by using audio visual on students of SDN Candirejo 01 Ungaran (p = 0.000).
Kartika Dian Pertiwi, Ita Puji Lestari
Pro Health Jurnal Ilmiah Kesehatan, Volume 2; https://doi.org/10.35473/proheallth.v2i1.389

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Incidence of Dengue Hemorrhagic Fever (DHF) in Ambarawa increased significantly during 20118-2019. In 2018 there were 19 DHF events, and in 2019 there were 124 DHF events. This study was conducted to determine the spatial distribution of dengue spread and environmental conditions associated with breeding grounds, resting places, installations, holes in walls, ceiling, temperature, humidity, air pressure, the use of mosquito nets in 2019.This research is a descriptive study with ecological studies. The population of this study was all DHF events in the working area of Ambarawa Health Center from 2018-2019 with the criteria to have a clear address with a total of 130 DHF events. This study uses secondary data containing DHF event data from Ambarawa Health Center and population data in the working area of Ambarawa Health Center in 2018-2019 and primary data related to the geographical location of DHF events. As a research instrument used is a questionnaire table, Environmental observation sheet, Global Positioning System (GPS), thermogygrometer. The results obtained from the pattern of the spread of DHF events in the working area of Ambarawa Health Center in 2018 were patterned spread with NNI 1.4 in 2018 and grouped (grouped) with NNI 0,000258 in 2019. The extent of the distribution of DHF events in Ambarawa was from in 2018-2019 the more widespread with the discovery of dengue patients in all kelurahan in 2019 after not found dengue patients in Baran and Bejalen villages in 2018. Dissemination of DHF information in Ambarawa from 2018-2019 can be found in Kupang District, spreading DHF patterned distribution (disbanded) in 2018 and in groups (in groups) in 2019 with the value of the NNI getting smaller.
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