Fadilatus Sukma Ika Noviarni
Department of Health, Faculty of Vocational Studies, Universitas Airlangga, Surabaya-Indonesia

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THE EFFORT TO INCREASE AWARENESS SAFETY AND HEALTH AT SCHOOLS FOR ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS STUDENT USING ROLE PLAY METHOD Neffrety Nilamsari; Fadilatus Sukma Ika Noviarni; Ratih Damayanti
Darmabakti Cendekia: Journal of Community Service and Engagements Vol. 1 No. 1 (2019): June 2019
Publisher : Faculty of Vocational Studies, Universitas Airlangga

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (405.65 KB) | DOI: 10.20473/dc.V1.I1.2019.22-27

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Background: Application of Occupational Safety and Health (K3) is not only the scope of the company but also be started from the household and school environment. There are many potential hazards for students at school and can cause an accident or illness for students if not controlled well. Primary school is a form of formal education for children aged 6 to 12 years. Child is curious about a concept. During this period, children have begun to be able to distinguish between good and bad based on their own reasoning. Purpose: The right method was needed to motivated children aged 6-12 years to play safe at the school environment and home. Method: The role play method was used as a tool to stimulate students aged 6-12 years to be able to increase awareness of the importance of applying OSH in the school and home environment especially when playing futsal and bicycles. Result: The understanding scores of playing material was safe during the pre-test with a very good rating of 66.67%, and those who lack understanding 12.90%. An increase in scores after the role play of the criteria was very good up to 69.15% while the lack of understanding criteria can be reduced until 4.25%. Conclusion: The material thas has been given has a positive impact on students awareness. These activities can be improved through children habituation to live safety consciously.
ANALYSIS OF THE INCIDENT RATE OF PEOPLE WITH A POTENTIAL RISK FOR HYPERTENTION AND DIABETES IN KENJERAN SUB-DISTRICT, SURABAYA Maya Septriana; Aliyah Siti Sundari; Diyantoro Diyantoro; Dwi Wahyu Indriati; Anita Kurniati; Ni Nyoman Purwani; Tofan Agung Eka Prasetya; Fadilatus Sukma Ika Noviarni; Shelly Wulandari; Myrna Adianti
Darmabakti Cendekia: Journal of Community Service and Engagements Vol. 1 No. 1 (2019): June 2019
Publisher : Faculty of Vocational Studies, Universitas Airlangga

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (393.389 KB) | DOI: 10.20473/dc.V1.I1.2019.11-15

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Background: The number of people with diabetes mellitus in Indonesia is increasing every year. The data in 2016 showed that 1 of 11 adults could have diabetes mellitus. Uncontrolled and untreated diabetes mellitus can cause complications. Objectives: This activity aimed to determine the group of age that have a potential risk of hypertension and diabetes so that it could minimize the prevalence of disease and optimize human productivity. Methods: (1) Counseling about hypertension and diabetes, (2) Screening the people with a potential risk of hypertension using tensimeter and diabetes prediction using point-of-care testing (POCT) and urine dipstick. Results: The data were collected from 75 respondents with characteristics about 85,33% female and 14,67% male. About 25 respondents (33,33%) were suspected of hypertension. Based on age group, it showed that the highest incident rate of hypertension was found in the age group of 41-60 years (41,86%), followed by the age group of 61-80 years (20%), 21-40 years (13,33%), and age under 20 years and above 80 years (0%). The majority of respondents had a normal glucose level(90,67%). Based on gender, there was 1 male respondent (9,09%)and5female respondents  (7,81%) having a glucose level higher than normal value (hyperglycemia). Conclusion:  The age group with the highest potential risk for hypertension was 41-60 years, while for diabetes was 61-80 years. This activity provided information to prevent the potential risk leading to hypertension and diabetes.