Hadryani Amin
STIKes Bina Generasi Polewali Mandar

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Implementasi Walking Exercise dalam Menurunkan Tekanan Sistole dan Diastole Penderita Hipertensi Nur Isriani Najamuddin; M. Syikir; Hadryani Amin; Lisda Alvita; Masyitah Wahab; Andan Firmansyah
KOLABORASI JURNAL PENGABDIAN MASYARAKAT Vol 2 No 4 (2022): Kolaborasi: Jurnal Pengabdian Masyarakat
Publisher : Yayasan Inspirasi El Burhani

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (1133.738 KB) | DOI: 10.56359/kolaborasi.v2i4.122

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Introduction: Hypertension is a state of increased blood pressure above normal. Hypertension in Indonesia is still a health problem with a high prevalence of 25.8% and there are still 19,559 cases of hypertension in Mamasa Regency. Walking exercise is a form of moderate physical exercise, with the technique of walking regularly for at least 3 times a week with a minimum duration of 20-30 minutes for each exercise. Objective: Treatment of hypertension in clients has been carried out both pharmacologically and non-pharmacologically. We apply one of the non-pharmacological therapies for hypertension, namely walking exercise Method: This community service method is a follow-up activity from research (evidence based practice) and health promotion courses with an approach that uses interviews, blood pressure checks, health promotion and simulation of walking exercise methods for 2 weeks. This community service activity was carried out in April 2021. There were 40 elderly participants who took part in this activity. Results: The results of this community service activity show that the elderly perform the walking exercise method for 3 times per week, and the results of the examination show an average decrease in systolic and diastolic blood pressure in the elderly. Conclusion: The walking exercise method can be used as a non-pharmacological complementary therapy to help reduce blood pressure in the elderly.
The Effect of Health Coaching on the Community's Availability to Vaccinate Nur Isriani Najamuddin; Masyita Wahab; Hadryani Amin; Andi Marsida
Jurnal Vocational Nursing Sciences (VNUS) Vol 3 No 1 (2021): JURNAL VNUS (Vocational Nursing Science)
Publisher : LPPM STIKes Muhammadiyah Ciamis

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.52221/jvnus.v3i1.152

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Background: The number of negative issues regarding COVID-19 affects the public's perception of not participating in the COVID-19 vaccination. Based on a brief interview conducted by the researcher with 20 people in the Matangnga Health Center working area regarding the implementation of vaccination, 17 people expressed their doubts and were not willing to vaccinate. Because in this study, what needs to be changed is the public's perception of the COVID-19 vaccination, the health education method that will be used is the health coaching method. Objective: To determine the effect of providing health coaching on people's willingness to vaccinate in the work area of the Matangnga Health Center, Polewali Mandar Regency. Methods: The research design used was experimental research with a one-group pretest-posttest research design. Population In the study, namely all people over the age of 18 years, amounting to 3,444 people with a sample of 20 respondents, Sampling was done using the multistage sampling technique. The data collection tool used in this study was a questionnaire consisting of 17 statement items. Results: The normality test of the data using the Saphiro Wilk test showed that the data was normally distributed, and then the data was analyzed using the paired t test with the results of the p value of 0.000 <0.05. Conclusion: The results of the analysis of community attitudes towards the implementation of vaccination before and after the provision of health coaching showed that there was an effect of providing health coaching on the community's willingness to vaccinate in the work area of the Matangnga Health Center, Polewali Mandar Regency. Suggestion: It is hoped that this health coaching intervention can be developed further and can be used as a method for providing health education.