Sehat Rakyat: Jurnal Kesehatan Masyarakat

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ISSN / EISSN: 28299299 / 08521239
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Ivhatry Rizky, Azhari, Suhardjo, Lutfi Yondri
Sehat Rakyat: Jurnal Kesehatan Masyarakat, Volume 1, pp 44-52; https://doi.org/10.54259/sehatrakyat.v1i1.887

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Environment-friendly health based welfare is the basis for created dental health services. Waste generated in dental health services, especially in effluent dental radiography can have a significant impact on environmental pollution and increase pollution. Fantastic 4R (re-think, reduce, re-use, recycle) is an effluent waste material efficiency that can reduce costs, time and energy as well as innovative innovations in their recycling. Fantastic 4R aims to create an eco-friendly green dentistry to realize a healthy environmental quality, be it physical, chemical, biological, or social that allows for the health degree of human resources. Efforts to "Green" both practitioners, governments and patients are a form of implementation of new strategies that lead to eco-consiousness that supports and maintains health. Together in realizing "go green" and protect the earth from environmental pollution for a better future.
Dinar Sepbelawati
Sehat Rakyat: Jurnal Kesehatan Masyarakat, Volume 1, pp 53-61; https://doi.org/10.54259/sehatrakyat.v1i1.888

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During the Covid-19 pandemic, all airports are required to comply with rules related to health protocols. The provision applies both to airport organizers, airline companies, passengers including officers or employees of airport organizers and airlines. This study aims to find out and analyze the Implementation of Health Protocol Policies in the New Normal Era at Notohadinegoro Jember Airport.This research uses qualitative research methods. Data sources are obtained through primary data and secondary data. Data collection methods use observation, interviews and documentation. Data analysis techniques are descriptively quantitative.The results showed that the implementation of new normal era health protocols on check-in area pasasi officers and supporting facilities and infrastructure in Bandar Udara Notohadinegoro Jember in accordance with the policy issued by the Minister of Transportation Number 13 of 2020 concerning Air Transportation Operations in the Community Activity Period Productive and Safe from Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19).  However, there are still obstacles faced in implementing health protocol policies in the New Normal era on the protective equipment of check-in area pasasi officers, namely gloves that are easily wet so that they become optional protective equipment.  
Srimiyati, Betty Elisabet Gultom, Ketut Suryani
Sehat Rakyat: Jurnal Kesehatan Masyarakat, Volume 1, pp 35-43; https://doi.org/10.54259/sehatrakyat.v1i1.883

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Background: a pandemic has hit the whole world, including Indonesia, the current pandemic is covid-19. Covid-19 is a virus caused by the SARS coronavirus (SARS CoV-2). The Covid-19 virus is pread through the saliva of person who is positive for covid-19. Due to the easy spread process, many people are infected with the virus, causing death. Threre are many expriences by sameone infected with the Covid-19 virus, ranging from psysical, psychological and economic complaints. One of the complaints often experiences is the fear of dying when infected with this virus. Objective: This study aims to analyze and dig deeper into a person's experience regarding the problems and strategies of Covid-19 survivor. Method: The research method that the researcher uses is qualitative using a phenomenological approach. The data collection process was carried out by means of interviews/indept interviews using interview guidelines. The process of sampling technique used is purposive sampling. The research process that has been carried out has obtained 5 participants who have declared data saturation. The results of the study: based on the results of the research that the researchers had conducted, three themes were found as follows: 1) Constraints experienced by survivors while suffering from covid-19, 2) health problems experienced after recovering from covid-19, 3) efforts made by survivors.
Nur Laela, St. Nurbaya Panyura, Resmawati, Roni
Sehat Rakyat: Jurnal Kesehatan Masyarakat, Volume 1, pp 28-34; https://doi.org/10.54259/sehatrakyat.v1i1.873

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Background: Family planning is an effort made by humans to intentionally arrange marriage in the family not against the laws and morals of Pancasila for the welfare of the family. Through the family planning program, control will occur, namely controlling population growth so that it can improve the health and welfare of the family. Quality family planning services are not only related to services in the marketing of contraceptives, but also related to the provision of Interpersonal/Counseling communication to acceptors. Objective: To determine the effectiveness of aerobic dance and pregnancy exercise on the anxiety of pregnant women in the third trimester at Puskesmas Solo, South Sulawesi. Research Methods: This study uses quantitative methods, the type of research this research is a quasi-experimental (quasi-experimental) with a non-equevalent control group design. The population in this study was the population in this study were all postpartum mothers in the working area of ​​the Solo Public Health Center. The sampling technique in this study used a quota sampling technique. Results: Based on the statistical test analysis, the t-test price t-count is 3.151 so that 3.151>1.686 (t-count > t-table), thus H0 is rejected, Ha is accepted, meaning that the use of ABPK is more effective than leaflets on the selection of MKJP in the work area of ​​the Solo Health Center in 2021. Conclusion: The use of ABPK for the selection of post-partum contraceptives is more effective than the use of leaflet counseling. The results of this study can be a recommendation in the use of ABPK in an effort to increase the selection of contraception according to the needs of prospective acceptors. This research can be developed using a control group.
Edy Yulianto Putra, Alissya Maidha Fitri, Adeline, Angie, Raisy
Sehat Rakyat: Jurnal Kesehatan Masyarakat, Volume 1, pp 14-27; https://doi.org/10.54259/sehatrakyat.v1i1.872

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The arrival of the COVID-19 Pandemic has caused the public to put more emphasis on their health, nutrition, and immunity to defend against contracting the virus. However, existing limitations over certain activities has directly affected financial conditions of the public; therefore, making them more inclined to order food using online services that are more often than not unhealthy. This is apparent in one study about the food consumption of teens during the COVID-19 Pandemic in Surabaya that shows 57% of 100 teens buy and purchase street food as much as three times in one day since the pandemic started. In addition to that, the public has found difficulty in engaging in physical activities outside their homes, hence the combination of the two increases the risk of deteriorating immunity and obesity. From that emerged the idea for the healthy snack business SweetPomo that can be the solution for this very problem. SeetPomo is an organic business idea with attainable price that makes use of sweet potatoes as its main ingredient. The purpose of SweetPomo of this business is to improve nutrition intake and help the public in lessening their unhealthy food consumption. The methods implemented are project execution and qualitative research where acquired data are secondary in nature in the form of articles, e-jounrals, and other publications in various sites. The result of this research depicts the plans and concepts of SweetPomo.
Cicilia Hayuningrum
Sehat Rakyat: Jurnal Kesehatan Masyarakat, Volume 1, pp 69-79; https://doi.org/10.54259/sehatrakyat.v1i1.891

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Covid-19 pandemic situation has led to working pattern changes to working from home. The implementation of WFH led to a significant increase in the duration of sitting among workers which then induce physical inactivity. Physical inactivity. characterized by prolonged sitting generated several impacts on various aspect of body function and movement, including the musculoskeletal system, metabolism, immunity, inflammation and oxidative stress. This article aims to further analyze the effects of prolonged sitting on human’s body system organs and function. Previous study proved that prolonged sitting during WFH led to increase pain in the neck, shoulders, upper back and lower back regions. Moreover, prolonged sitting also induced insulin resistance conditions which disrupt glucose metabolism. Furthermore, prolonged sitting was able to enhance various biomarker of inflammation, as long as oxidative stress. meanwhile, active breaks with light to moderate intensity activities, during prolonged sitting proved to significantly increase the body’s immune markers and anti-oxidant defense. Thus, the implementation of WFH should be interspersed with low to moderate intensity of physical activity
Indah Susilowati, Deni Luvi Jayanto
Sehat Rakyat: Jurnal Kesehatan Masyarakat, Volume 1, pp 86-94; https://doi.org/10.54259/sehatrakyat.v1i1.894

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Management of medical record documents must be monitored, both the time of their provision and the timeliness of their return. The establishment of standard operating procedures (SOP) at General Hospital X Surabaya aims to maintain administrative order and improve service quality. This includes the return of medical record documents, which the standard is 2x24 hours after the patient is declared home. However, there are still discrepancies in the implementation of the time for returning inpatient medical record documents to the storage room. The purpose was to determine the suitability of the procedure for returning inpatient medical record documents in the fourth quarter of 2021. The method was qualitative, with a retrospective approach. The population and sample are inpatient medical record documents in the fourth quarter of 2021 as many as 2,995 medical record documents and 5 officers. Used purposive sampling technique, with observation sheets and interviews. The results found were that 57,3% (1692 documents) didn’t comply with the procedure for returning medical record documents, and 42,7% (1263 documents) complied. Conclusion, the time for returning inpatient medical record documents for the fourth quarter of 2021 hasn’t been in accordance with existing procedures, because many medical record document returns exceed the 2x24 hour limit. The reason is disorganized administration of officers and there isn’t continuous evaluation to improve system for returning medical record documents with regulations. Suggestions monitoring of staff performance, as well as optimizing the use of computers to make it easier to find medical record documents that haven’t been returned.
Resky Devi Akib, Nur Laela, Nasrayanti Nurdin
Sehat Rakyat: Jurnal Kesehatan Masyarakat, Volume 1, pp 80-85; https://doi.org/10.54259/sehatrakyat.v1i1.893

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Stunting is one of the problems that occur in toddlers today. Globally, stunting in children under five years old reached 165 million in 2011. According to the World Health Organization (WHO) in the Global Nutrition Targets 2025, stunting is an irreversible growth disorder that is influenced by mostly inadequate nutritional intake and is caused by repeated infections for 1000 days. first life. Therefore, it is very important for children aged 0-2 years to ensure optimal nutritional intake. This study aims to determine the relationship between the level of family participation in the Gammara'na program in reducing the incidence of stunting in the work area of ​​the Enrekang City Health Center. The work of the Enrekang Regency City Health Center. This study used survey methods of analytic correlation with a cross sectional approach.  with atotal sampling using sampling, data analysis using Chi Square. There was an association level of the family participation on the Implementation of the Gammara'na Program in Reducing Stunting Incidents with a P value =0.026 < 0.05.
Arip Budiana, Deasy Rosmala Dewi, Laela Indawati, Lily Widjaja
Sehat Rakyat: Jurnal Kesehatan Masyarakat, Volume 1, pp 62-68; https://doi.org/10.54259/sehatrakyat.v1i1.890

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The hospital as a public health service institution is an important part that provides complete individual health services and provides inpatient, outpatient, and emergency services. Provision of medical records is a process of providing medical records starting from searching for medical records to sending medical records to the intended polyclinic for health services in accordance with health service standards. The purpose of this study was to get an overview of the timeliness of providing outpatient medical records at Fatmawati Hospital. In this study the authors decided to use a qualitative descriptive method which aims to describe the situation or field conditions regarding the occurrence of inaccuracies in the provision of outpatient medical records at Fatmawati Hospital. Based on Standard Operating Procedures, the provision of outpatient medical records at Fatmawati Hospital is <30 minutes (maximum 30 minutes), in this study it was found that the timely provision was 75.55%. With an average delivery time of 27,96 minutes. From this it is known that there is a gap related to the time delay in the process of providing medical records. Delays in the process of providing outpatient medical records are caused by factors including factors in the 5M management element which include man, machine, material, money, method. The staff's knowledge factor needs to be improved, the discipline of the supply officer is good but not optimal, the officer has not attended training on the timeliness of providing good medical records. The machine factor is the lack of number of outpatient medical record storage racks, and the lack of a trolley for the provision of medical records. The method factor is the need for periodic socialization of SOPs to remind officers' performance. The matherial factor requires trolly rejuvenation and good maintenance in order to function as it should. The money factor is that the budget should always be a priority that can be a support for the creation of good health services.
Darmawati Wati, Wahyuddin, Ni’Ma Meilani
Sehat Rakyat: Jurnal Kesehatan Masyarakat, Volume 1, pp 1-13; https://doi.org/10.54259/sehatrakyat.v1i1.863

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The prevalence of data from the Baubau City Health Office in 2018 DM reached 594 cases, in 2019 DM reached 1.642 cases and in 2020 DM reached 1.332 cases. The prevalence of Lowu-Lowu Health Center data in 2018 reached 20 cases of DM, in 2019 DM reached 69 cases annd in 2020 it reached 33 cases and in 2021 it reached 28 cases. Blood sugar levels and the role of families in controling DM hhas the aim of controlling blood sugar levels to kep them normal. The purpose of this study was to determine the relationship between blood sugar levels and the role of the family with controlling diabetes mellitus in patients with diabetes mellitus in the working area of the Lowu-Lowu Public Health Center. This type of research is an analytic observational study with a cross sectional design. The total population in this study was 61 people, the sample was taken using the Total Sampling technique and obtained a sample of 61 people. Collecting data through primary data, namely questionnaires and secondary data. Analysis of the data used is univariate and bivariate analysis with chi square test. The results showed that there was a relationship between blood glucose levels and the control of diabetes mellitus in patients with diabetes mellitus (P Value = 0.000 <0.05) and there was no relationship between the role of the family and the control of diabetes mellitus in patients with diabetes mellitus, (P Value = 1,000 < 0.05), with the incidence of blood glucose levels and the role of the family in controlling diabetes mellitus in patients with diabetes mellitus. In the area of ​​Lowu-Lowu Health Center. The conclusion of this study is that there is a relationship between blood glucose levels and controlling diabetes mellitus and there is no relationship between the role of the family and controlling diabetes mellitus in the work area of ​​the Lowu-Lowu Public Health Center.
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