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Determinant of Primary Preventive Behaviour Cervical Cancer in an Adolescent Girl Muh Zul Azhri Rustam; Dwi Helynarti Syurandhari; Deni Susyanti; Irma Handayani; Fitriani Pramita Gurning; Muchti Yuda Pratama
Indian Journal of Forensic Medicine & Toxicology Vol. 15 No. 4 (2021): Indian Journal of Forensic Medicine & Toxicology
Publisher : Institute of Medico-legal Publications Pvt Ltd

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.37506/ijfmt.v15i4.17044

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Cervical cancer is caused by infection with the human papilloma virus which can infect the genitals, anus,throat, mouth and cells on the surface of the skin. Cervical cancer is often late so that it can cause death,so efforts are needed to reduce the risk factors for cervical cancer, namely through primary preventionefforts. The purpose of this study was to determine the relationship between primary factors and cervicalcancer prevention behavior in adolescent girls. The sample in this study were 77 young women who weretaken by technique purposive sampling. The research design used was an observational analysis using across sectional approach and analyzed using chi-square. The results of this study illustrate that there is arelationship between knowledge, attitudes and social support with cervical cancer prevention behavior inadolescent girls. So we need efforts to reduce cervical cancer risk factors, namely through primary preventionefforts, by increasing outreach activities in the community to carry out a healthy lifestyle.
Efforts to Prevent COVID-19 by Applying Physical Distancing, Handwashing Behavior and Vegetable Fruit Consumption Patterns in Indonesia Ade SaputraNasution; Muh ZulAzhri Rustam; Fakhrurradhi Luthf; Nanda Novziransyah; Muchti YudaPratama; Dwi Helynarti Syurandhari; Fitriani Pramita Gurning
Indian Journal of Forensic Medicine & Toxicology Vol. 15 No. 3 (2021): Indian Journal of Forensic Medicine & Toxicology
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The phenomenon of the outbreak Covid-19 pandemic in a number of countries, including Indonesia. This condition not only affects the condition of a country, hinders social interaction among community, and also has been impact on the health condition of every human being. To avoid the wider spread of Covid-19, the Indonesian government adopted a policy of social distancing and physical distancing in the form of staying at home, working from home, studying, and worshiping at home.The research’s design used Analytical Observational with Cross Sectional Study design. The independent variables of this study are the application of physical distancing, the application of hands washing behavior and consumption pattern of fruits and vegetables. The amount of sampling in this study were 109 respondents spread across Bogor Regency, West Java using accidental sampling’s and analyzed using chi-square. The results of the study illustrate that efforts to prevent Covid-19 by implementing physical distancing, hands washing behavior and vegetables fruits consumption patterns can reduces the risk of being exposed to Covid-19 in Indonesia. The Indonesian people must apply the Covid-19 prevention appeal that has been set by the government to reduce the spread of Covid-19 in Indonesia.
HUBUNGAN PATIENT SAFETY DENGAN MUTU PELAYANAN DI RUANG RAWAT INAP RSUD DR. WAHIDIN SUDIRO HUSODO KOTA MOJOKERTO Dwi Helynarti Syurandhari
Hospital Majapahit (JURNAL ILMIAH KESEHATAN POLITEKNIK KESEHATAN MAJAPAHIT MOJOKERTO) Vol 8 No 2 (2016): Hospital Majapahit
Publisher : LPPM Sekolah Tinggi Ilmu Kesehatan Majapahit Mojokerto

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Patient safety is part of quality and safety is a goal that most can be felt by the patient. Quality services certainly will not injure the patient. Service quality is definitely safe. Instead, the service quality is not necessarily safe and error-free. The purpose of this research to determined the relationship of patient safety with the service quality inpatient hospital Dr wahidin sudiro husodo mojokerto. This research is an analytic correlation with cross sectional approach. The population in this study were all inpatient hospital Dr wahidin sudiro husodo mojokerto taken from the average number of patients in the first month that as many as 156 patients. Sampling technique using Proporsionate Stratified Random Sampling and obtained a sample of 61 respondents. The independent variables in this study is patient safety and and the dependent variable in this study is the quality of sevice. Data analysis using chi- square test. Statistically, there is a relationship of patient safety with quality of care in inpatient hospital Dr wahidin sudiro husodo mojokerto. with r value (0.008) <α (0.05). The importance of promoting a culture of patient safety as one of the main issues on hospital accreditation standards closely related to quality of care. In line with this important also improved the quality of service on tangible indicators (direct evidence), considering the quality of service on tangible indicators and empathy are still valued less by respondents