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Duration of Gadget Usage Affects Eye Fatigue in Students Aged 16-18 Years Bukhori, Saiful; Munawir, Al; Rahmat, Nafolion Nur
Health Notions Vol 1 No 4 (2017): October-December 2017
Publisher : Humanistic Network for Science and Technology (Address: Cemara street 25, Ds/Kec Sukorejo, Ponorogo, East Java, Indonesia 63453)

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Gadget is one of the innovations generated by humans in order to simplify the work or for the benefit of everyday because with gadgets will easily get various kinds of information needed with a single press. Gadgets easily accessible by everyone one of them is a student or schoolchild so that it is possible for school children have complaints on the eyes if too concentrated on gadgets. Student should know Factors associated with vision complaints such as gender and length of use of gadgets in a day. The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of long use of gadgets against eye fatigue. This research is analytic observational with cross sectional method. The population in this study were all students in SMA Zainul Hasan Gengong Problinggo which used gadgets as many as 296 students. A large sample calculation using the formula Isaac and Michael, amount to 165 students. Sampling technique with simple random sampling and carried out in August 2017. To determine the effect of the long use of gadgets against eye fatigue is used chi-Square test. The results of this study as many as 58 respondents who long using gadgets and fatigue, 22 respondents used gadget for < 2 hours, 3 respondents used gadget 2-3 hours, 5 respondents used gadgets for >3-4 hours, 4 respondents used gadget for  > 4-6 hours, 23 respondents usedgadget for  >6-8 hours, and 1 respondents used gadget > 8 hours. then. Respondents who long used gadget and  did not experience some eye fatigue 107 respondents, 43 respondents used gadget for < 2 hours, 30 respondents used gadget 2-3 hours, 20 respondents used gadget for > 3-4 hours, 3 respondents used  gadget for > 4-6 hours, 9 respondents used gadget for >6-8 hours, and 2 respondents used gadget > 8 hours. Chi-Square result is taken data P value < 0,00 with  α significance 0,05 so it takes conlusion H1 received if P value <0,05 it means there is an effect of long time usage of gadget against eye fatigue in SMA 1 Zainul Hasan Genggong Probolinggo. Technological innovation is made in the purpose in order to simplify all human affairs hence from the human unknowingly also exposed negative impact of the use of gadgets one of them is eyestrain.
The Development of Web-Based Geographic Information System for Leprosy Prevention Program in Jember Regency in 2019 Yudhi Tri Gunawan; Sri Hernawati; Saiful Bukhori
Health Notions Vol 5, No 12 (2021): December
Publisher : Humanistic Network for Science and Technology (HNST)

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Leprosy is a chronic granulomatous infectious disease caused by the obligate intracellular organism Mycobacterium leprae. It affects mainly the skin and peripheral nerves. Moreover, it can cause severe physical disabilities and abnormalities. Jember Regency has not reached the Leprosy Elimination status until 2019 because the prevalence rate was still above 1 per 10,000 population. Based on data from the District Health Office of Jember, the findings of leprosy cases in Jember Regency fluctuate every year. The research objective in developing a web-based Geographic Information System was to display information on visualization of leprosy cases; therefore, it could become the basis for policy considerations for leprosy prevention efforts in Jember Regency. The research method was a Rapid Application Development (RAD) system. The research data and information were collected through interviews and document review. This system was designed for helping users have more accessible access to input data and automation of processing into information for users and visitors. Epidemiological interpretation of leprosy on a visual map could determine the magnitude of the case problem and Primary Health Care’s reach in leprosy prevention.Keywords: geographic information system (GIS); elimination; leprosy
Success Analysis of Hospital Management Information System Using MMUST and IT Balanced Scorecard (Case Study of Bhakti Husada General Hospital Banyuwangi) Vivi Sefrinta Izza Afkarina; Rudi Wibowo; Saiful Bukhori
Health Notions Vol 5, No 12 (2021): December
Publisher : Humanistic Network for Science and Technology (HNST)

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The management information system acts as an information manager for organizational management, users as data processors, and organizational leaders as those who carry out the control mechanism. Currently HMIS at Bhakti Husada General Hosiptal is in the development stage in order to realize the ideal HMIS. MMUST is a model for assessing system success in mandatory environments and IT Balanced Scorecard used to measure success organizational performance and consider internal processes. This type of research is quantitative with cross sectional. Data from 45 HMIS users who were selected using disproportionate stratified sampling were analyzed using the SEM-PLS technique. The results of the MMUST analysis show that the variable condition of the facility affects attitudes and attitudes affect the overall quality in supporting the success of HMIS. The results of the IT Balanced Scorecard analysis show that the performance of HMIS RSU Bhakti Husada is categorized as good. Bhakti Husada General Hospital need to consider budget allocation for the HMIS module integration development by collaborating with several developers so that they can accelerate HMIS development, provide user authorization to hospital employees according to their main tasks and functions, and developing HMIS capable of implementing electronic medical records.Keywords: HMIS; MMUST; IT balanced scorecard; HMIS success