Rr. Vita Nur Latif
Fakultas Ilmu Kesehatan, Universitas Pekalongan

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PROFIL POTENSI PENYAKIT AKIBAT KERJA TAHAPAN PEMBATIKAN Latif, Rr. Vita Nur; Ristiawati, Ristiawati; Istiqomah, Nor
Unnes Journal of Public Health Vol 5 No 4 (2016): Unnes Journal Of Public Health
Publisher : Universitas Negeri Semarang in cooperation with Association of Indonesian Public Health Experts (Ikatan Ahli Kesehatan Masyarakat Indonesia (IAKMI))

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Abstrak   Batik diakui UNESCO sebagai budaya milik Indonesia. Pembatikan masih menggunakan bahan baku berbahaya. Salah satu tuntutan AFTA (ASEAN Free Trade Area) 2015 yaitu meningkatkan kualitas dan perlindungan produk dalam negeri (batik) untuk dapat bersaing dengan produk luar negeri, dimana dalam proses produksinya memperhatikan aspek kesehatan dan keselamatan kerjanya. Penelitian ini bertujuan mengidentifikasi gangguan kesehatan yang muncul pada tahapan pembatikan yang nantinya dapat menjadi dasar rekomendasi substitusi bahan dan metode dalam tahapan pembatikan. Penelitian ini berupa survey analitik dengan metode deskriptif analitik. Populasi penelitian ini adalah seluruh pekerja industri batik di Kota Pekalongan pada 634 industri batik. Sampel pada penelitian ini sejumlah 80 responden yang diambil secara random sampling. Ditemukan gangguan kesehatan pada pekerja batik berupa gangguan kapasitas paru 67,5%; penurunan fungsi penglihatan 33,8%; dermatitis ekstrimitas 30%. Sebaran pekerja dengan gangguan kapasitas paru, penurunan fungsi penglihatan, dan dermatitis ekstrimitas terbanyak ditemukan pada tahap pelekatan lilin, berturut-turut 64,8%; 48,1%; dan 66,7%.   Abstract   Batik is recognized by UNESCO as Indonesian indigenous culture. Batik processing was still using dangerous material. One of AFTA 2015 requirements was to increase quality and protectionto domestic product for commpeting with foreign product, whith paying attention to health and safety. This study aimed to identify health disorders in batik processing for being the rasionale for material and method substitution recommandation in batik processing. This was descriptive analitic survey. The population was all workers in all batik industries (634 industries) in Pekalongan City. There were 80 respondents which were choosen ramdomly as sample. It was indentified that the health disorders in batik industries workers were vital lung capacity abnormalities (33.8%), optical degeneration and dermatitis extremities (30%). Health disorders were mostly found in waxing process; they were vital lung capacity abnormalities (64.8%), optical degeneration (48.1%) and dermatitis extremities (66.7%).
DETERMINAN STUNTING PADA SISWA SD DI KABUPATEN PEKALONGAN Latif, Rr. Vita Nur; Istiqomah, Nor
Unnes Journal of Public Health Vol 6 No 1 (2017): Unnes Journal Of Public Health
Publisher : Universitas Negeri Semarang in cooperation with Association of Indonesian Public Health Experts (Ikatan Ahli Kesehatan Masyarakat Indonesia (IAKMI))

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Stunting is often referred to as short stature as a manifestation of chronic malnutrition. It is often not realized at the age of five, and realized at primary school age. Prevalence of stunting children in Indonesia at 2007 was 37%, whereas in Pekalongan Regency reached 42,2%. Based on previous study, risk factors related with stunting were family factors, diet, and socioeconomic conditions. This study aimed to analyze the association between genetic factors, intake, socio-demography, CED malnutrition, and anatomical defects with the incidence of stunting among primary school students in Pekalongan Regency. This research was cross sectional. Sampling technique used was proportional random sampling until 93 respondents were collected. Stunting data were collected by anthropometry assessment, while socio-demography data were collected by indepth interview with open ended question to parents. Data were analyzed with chi square test. It showed that the parents’ height (genetic) was significantly associated with stunting (p=0.000). However, socio-demographic (p=0.093), intake (p=0.093), CED malnutrition or head circumference status (p=0.119), and anatomical defects (p=0.133) were not significantly associated with stunting. Parents’ height factors (hereditary) was associated with stunting among primary school students.
PENANGANAN COVID-19 DALAM PERSPEKTIF PENTAHELIX (STUDI KASUS DI KOTA PEKALONGAN) Latif, Rr. Vita Nur; Isrofah, Isrofah; Priharwanti, Ardiana
JURNAL LITBANG KOTA PEKALONGAN Vol 19 (2020)
Publisher : BAPPEDA Kota Pekalongan

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The development of the pandemic in Pekalongan from the beginning of March 2020 to today is a total of 69 confirmed positive cases, with details: 8 people were treated, 12 people were isolated independently, 35 people recovered, 7 people died. To be able to reduce the prevalence rate of cases which continues to show a significant increase, a synergistic control scenario is needed with the optimization of the role of the pentahelix (government, society, academia, private sector, health service providers). Methods. This study used an exploratory research design with a qualitative approach. The research subjects which contained elements of the pentahelix (government, society, academics, private sector, health service providers). Result. Based on the research findings on the role and optimization of pentahelix, all elements of pentahelix (government, academics, society, media and the private sector) have all taken roles even though there are several implementation obstacles in the field, especially in the profile and level of community compliance, particularly in public facilities such as traditional markets, pilgrimages. sapuro, religious activities and others. Keywords: Pentahelix, Covid-19
ANALISIS EXISTING DAN FORECASTING PUSKESMAS BLUD KOTA PEKALONGAN : UPAYA MENUJU KEMANDIRIAN PENGELOLAAN LAYANAN KESEHATAN PRIMER Irawan, Teguh; Latif, Rr. Vita Nur; Wahyuningsih, Wahyuningsih
JURNAL LITBANG KOTA PEKALONGAN Vol 11 (2016)
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CURRENT CONDITION ASSESSMENT AND ANALYSIS OF THE SUSTAINABILITY OF HEALTH CENTERS BLUDS IS IMPORTANT THAT REQUIRE FURTHER STUDY IN ORDER TO FORMULATE STRATEGIES FOR STRENGTHENING THE IMPLEMENTATION OF A BREAKTHROUGH IN PEKALONGAN CITY BLUDS HEALTH CENTERS. THIS STUDY AIMS TO ANALYZE EXISTING AND FORECASTING HEALTH CENTERS BLUDS PEKALONGAN CITY: EFFORTS TOWARDS INDEPENDENCE IN THE MANAGEMENT OF PRIMARY HEALTH CARE. THESE STUDIES INCLUDED EXPLORATORY RESEARCH STUDY WITH QUALITATIVE APPROACH THAT IS SUPPORTED BY STATISTICAL DATA TO TRIANGULATE THE SOURCETHROUGH IN-DEPTH INTERVIEW ON THE MAIN INFORMANT (8 HEADS OF HEALTH CENTERS), INFORMANTS TRIANGULATION (2 MANAGERS AND 2 BLUDS HEALTH DEPARTMENT) AND COMPANION INFORMANTS (16 VISITORS OF HEALTH CENTER). USING RESEARCH INSTRUMENTS INTERVIEWING GUIDANCE. METHODS OF DATA COLLECTION USING IN-DEPTH INTERVIEW WITH TRIANGULATION. DATA PROCESSED BY DATA REDUCTION APPROACHES, TESTING THE PROPOSITION, AND THE WITHDRAWAL OF THE MAJOR CONCLUSIONS. INPUT INDICATORS EXSISTING ANALYSIS RESULTS ON A MAP TBSP COMPLIANCE HAS BEEN MET WITH A PROPORTION OF 70% ENERGY AND 30% CIVIL SERVANTS AND QUALIFIED EMPLOYEES BLUDS ALREADY MEETS 6 PROFESSIONAL HEALTH WORKERS. BUT SOME CONDITIONS STILL REQUIRE THE APPLICATION OF DOUBLE DUTY. CENTRALIZED RECRUITMENT PATTERNS MADE BY MANAGER SKILL DEVELOPMENT BLUDS ACCOMPANIED BY TRAINING ALTHOUGH FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF CIVIL SERVANTS STILL POWER TAKE PRECEDENCE. ON ASPECTS OF FINANCIAL GOVERNANCE HAS FOCUSED ON THE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM BLUDS HAS SOME ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES. THE LOGISTIC ASPECTS OF HEALTH CENTERS, IMPLEMENTED BY THE MANAGEMENT HOLDING BLUDS PEKALONGAN CITY HEALTH CENTERS. ASPECTS OF THE PROCESS INCLUDING: PLANNING, ORGANIZING, AND EVALUATION GENERALLY NOT MUCH DIFFERENT FROM BEFORE BLUDS, AS A POINT OF EMPHASIS BLUD’S MORE TO FINANCIAL GOVERNANCE, IS NOT AT VARIANCE SERVICE PROGRAM. FORCASTING ANALYTICAL RESULTS REFER TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF STRATEGIES TO CONTINUE HOLDING TWO APPROACHES, WITH SOME IMPROVEMENTS AND TRANSFORMATION OF THE PATTERN OF THE CONCEPT OF SELF BLUDS. SELF-CONCEPT DEVELOPMENT PATTERN THAT IS A "PILOT PROJECT" THROUGH SEVERAL STAGES AIMED AT IMPROVING PRIMARY HEALTH CARE.
KAJIAN KANDUNGAN BAHAN TAMBAHAN PANGAN BERBAHAYA 2018– 2019 SE-KOTA PEKALONGAN DAN IMPLEMENTASI PERDA KOTA PEKALONGAN NOMOR 07 TAHUN 2013 Sujarwo, Sujarwo; Latif, Rr. Vita Nur; Priharwanti, Ardiana
JURNAL LITBANG KOTA PEKALONGAN Vol 19 (2020)
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Supervision of food safety in Pekalongan City in 2010-2012 shows 6.27% of food contains hazardous food additives. Pekalongan City Government policies related to food safety are contained in Pekalongan City Regional Regulation Number 7 of 2013, but their implementation has not been studied. The research objective was to further identify types of food co ntaining dangerous hazardous food additives, to further identify the implementation of Pekalongan City Regulation No. 07 of 2013, and further identify the knowledge and attitudes of food producers in Pekalongan City. This research design is a combination of quantitative and qualitative studies. The results of the research further identified that the types of food that were most often found to contain hazardous food additives were dangerous for the types of preservatives (formalin and borax), namely meatball, indi and cilok types of food; yellow noodles; and terinasi (teri Medan); and otak-otak, while the dangerous hazardous food additives types of dye (Rhodamin B and Methanil Yellow) are Krupukuseg red colored; powdered seasoning; krupuk useg yellow colored; and pudding. Pekalongan City Regulation No.7 of 2013 concerning the Prohibition of the Use of Hazardous hazardous food additives, has been well implemented, but not optimal. Some of the knowledge and attitudes of producers in Pekalongan City already know about food safety. Keywords: Hazardous food additives, food safety, local regulations
STRATEGI PERLINDUNGAN BRANDING BATIK KOTA PEKALONGAN MENYONGSONG AFTA 2015 : IDENTIFIKASI, DAN SOLUSI PENERAPAN SOP (STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURE) “HEALTH ENVIRONMENT & SAFETY WORKER” Latif, Rr. Vita Nur; Ristiawati, Ristiawati; Istiqomah, Nor
JURNAL LITBANG KOTA PEKALONGAN Vol 7 (2014)
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Background : AFTA (ASEAN Free Trade Area) is a form of free trade which requires Indonesia to be excellentin terms of products that promote not only quality products but also processes, ensuring quality and standards. Indonesian batik has been recognized by UNESCO as an in tangible cultural Indonesian nation, which mustbeone of exellent products that will participate in the AFTA. Branding the world city of batik for Pekalongan, a positive consequence very proud. But on the other side of the batik processis generally still dependent on raw materials hazardous material negative impact on workers and the environment. The purpose of this study rests on the demands of AFTA (ASEAN Free Trade Area) in 2015 is to improve the quality and the quality and the protectionof domestic products (batik) to be able to compete with foreign products brought marketable products, wherethe production process considering various aspects of health and safety works. Technical outputis generated in the form of data on workers health problems batik, and identification of wastes in this production of Pekalongan City in 2014 through the study and measurement of epidemiology and Environmental Health. Such data as one of the keyst in batik branding strategy formulation protection in the form of a draft SOP and healthy environment for the workers to wards the implementation SMK3 the batik industry with zero accident and zero cases. Results. Batik worker health problems in the form of 67.5% lungcapacity disorders; 33.8% decrease invisual function; dermatitis extremities 30%. Distribution of workers with impaired lung capacity, decreased visual function, and dermatitis extremities were observed at the stage of wax sticking, respectively 64.8%; 48.1%; and 66.7%. While the profile of batik waste outlet or point before entry into free waters showed temperature (30 o C), pH(9), and COD (18.7 ppm) waste is under the maximum level (safe), where as the levels of BOD(162 ,2ppm) as of yet safe because it is still above the maximum levels of environmental quality standards. Conclusion :Some of the health problems in batik workers found that lung capacity disorders, visual impairment, and dermatitis extremities. While batik waste profile shows temperature, pH, TSS, and COD are under environmental quality standards, but still above the levels of BOD quality standards. Keyword: Batik, health problems, waste