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Implementation of Online Learning During the Covid-19 Pandemic Period in Supporting the Physical Distancing Policy at Stikes Rajekwesi Bojonegoro in 2020 Nur Azizah; Wiwik Muhidayati; Erien Luthfia; Rina Utami
Jurnal MIDPRO Vol 12, No 2 (2020): JURNAL MIDPRO
Publisher : Universitas Islam Lamongan

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30736/md.v12i2.231


The Covid-19 pandemic has changed social life, including learning methods. The existence of restrictions on these activities makes higher education institutions carry out online learning. The research objective was to determine the implementation of online learning at the Rajekwesi Bojonegoro station by using a descriptive research design with a sample of students from Stikes Rajekwesi Bojonegoro who were taking online learning taken by using accidental sampling technique totaling 179 respondents. Data obtained by questionnaires distributed online using google form format. And presented as a percentage. The results of research media / online learning applications mostly use the google classroom application, with a total of 175 respondents (97.8%). The most interesting online learning method is discussion forums with a total of 92 respondents (51.4%), online learning is in accordance with the learning needs of students were 165 respondents (92.2%). It was difficult for students to receive learning materials from 151 respondents (84.4%). Obstacles difficult signal with a total of 102 respondents (57%), and do not have facilities at home for online learning, namely 115 respondents (64.5%). The conclusion of the implementation of online learning there are obstacles both from students, lecturers and the system used, especially in this case the network or internet stability and quotas.
Relationship of Mom Behavior in Maintaining Dental and Mouth Health Towards The Prevention of Dental Caries in Preschool Children Aged 4-6 Years at Tunas Bangsa Tk, Tulungagung Village, Bojonegoro District 2021 Sri Luluk; Nur Azizah; Wiwik Muhidayati; Rina Utami
Jurnal MIDPRO Vol 13, No 2 (2021): JURNAL MIDPRO
Publisher : Universitas Islam Lamongan

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30736/md.v13i2.283


Dental care is needed by all individuals, both children and adults. In Indonesia, dental and oral diseases, especially caries and periodontal disease, are still suffered by both children and adults. The main problems of dental health, namely cavities (dental caries), malocclusion and periodontal disease, trauma and tooth loss cause parents to misperceive dental problems regarding dental caries. From the results of a preliminary study conducted by researchers, it was found that there were 5 children who had dental caries. This type of research is quantitative using a cross sectional approach. The sample in this study were all mothers who have children aged 4-6 years in Tunas Bangsa Kindergarten, Tulungagung Village, Baureno District, Bojonegoro Regency with a sample of 37 respondents and using purposive sampling technique. Data were processed using univariate, bivariate and chi-square methods. The results of the Chi Square test analysis of maternal behavior in maintaining oral and dental health on efforts to prevent dental caries in preschool children obtained a p value = 0.044 with a value = 0.05. The behavior of mothers who did not prevent and did not prevent as many as 16 people (76.2%), the behavior of mothers who did not prevent as many as 5 people (23.8%), and the behavior of mothers who were good and did not prevent as many as 7 people (43.8%), and good mother behavior and prevent as many as 9 people (56.3%). This shows that there is a relationship between maternal behavior in maintaining dental and oral health and efforts to prevent dental caries. The advice that can be given is that mothers should pay more attention to their children's dental and oral health, especially preschoolers, monitor the food consumed by children.