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Journal of Health (JoH)
ISSN : 23558857     EISSN : 24076376     DOI : 10.30590
Core Subject : Health, Science,
Journal of Health (JoH) (p-ISSN 2355-8857 | e-ISSN 2407-6376) publishes research articles, conceptual articles, reports field studies (See Focus and Scope). The articles of this journal are published every six months, that is on January and July (2 issues per year), and published by the Lembaga Penelitian dan Pengabdian Masyarakat STIKES Guna Bangsa Yogyakarta Indonesia. Journal of Health (JoH) is a semiannual journal, published in July and January, first publication is in 2014. The journal contents are managed by the health analyst (medical of laboratory technology) study program/department, midwifery department, nursing department, technology of blood transfusion department, and technology of radiodiagnostic, STIKES Guna Bangsa Yogyakarta. The objective of the journal is to provide a forum for lecturers, researchers, students, and practitioners to present their ideas, concepts, and new theories in health and to disseminate theory, research, and teaching reviews to the academic community of health studies in Indonesia and abroad. Journal of health presents articles based on research in the study of health. Focus of Journal of Health (JoH) publishes articles based on research from researchers, lecturers, students, and education observers. Scope of Journal of Health (JoH) are: 1. Hematology 2. Clinical chemistry 3. Bacteriology 4. Parasitology and mycology 5. Toxicology 6. Immunoserology 7. Cytohistology 8. Emergency midwifery 9. Management in midwifery clinical practice 10. Management in midwifery education 11. Safe pregnancy and normal childbirth 12. Adolescent health 13. Reproductive and development health 14. Community in midwifery 15. Family planning 16. Menopause 17. Psychosocial and ethical aspects of women’s health 18. Maternity and neonatal health 19. Technology in midwifery care 20. Complementary therapies in midwifery 21. Serology 22. Blood transfusion technique 23. Transfusion transmitted disease 24. Biology cell and molecular 25. Epidemiology 26. Radiology basic science 27. Radiation protection 28. Radiology management 29. Basic radiotherapy 30. Radiology technique 31. Basic MRI & CT-Scan 32. Basic nuclear medicine techniques
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Peningkatan Pemahaman Radiografer Terhadap Diagnostic Reference Level Sebagai Upaya Optimisasi Pemeriksaan Radiografi Muhammad Irsal; Mayarani; Bambang Suroso; Muhammad Ichsan; Andri Yansyah
Journal of Health (JoH) Vol 8 No 1 (2021): Journal of Health - January 2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30590/joh.v8i1.200

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The use of X-rays cannot be separated from the radiation given to the patient's body, therefore the radiation exposure received by patients should be very low according to the ALARA principle (As Low As Reasonably Achieveable). The research method is a quantitative description by using themeasurement method radiation output as a reference for the estimated radiation dose received by the patient, then the analysis of the success of socialization to radiographers about DRL as an optimization effort in radiographic examination. The results of the radiation dose estimation using themethod radiation output by determining theequation power function of themeasurement radiation output where the value of the radiation dose rate increases as the kVp value increases with y= 0.0005x2.9242. From theresults, it was pre-test found that the number of correct answers was 120 and 84 wrong, with a percentage of 59% and the number of respondents 10.03 people. Meanwhile, for theresults, the post-test number of correct answers was 194 and 12 wrong, with a percentage of 94% and the number of respondents being 15.98 people. It is hoped that radiographers can apply the principle of optimization in carrying out all radiographic examinations.
Komparasi Glasgow Coma Scale (GCS) Dan Full Outline Of Unresponsiveness (FOUR) Untuk Menilai Mortalitas Pada Pasien Cedera Kepala Di Area Perawatan Kritis: Literatur Review Nining Indrawati; Christin Novita Kupa; Era Marthanti Putri; Lona Lorenza Lesimanuaya; Veronica Evi Alviolita; Viky Septiani
Journal of Health (JoH) Vol 8 No 1 (2021): Journal of Health - January 2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30590/joh.v8i1.213

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Abstract Background: A head injury is a critical illness that requires specific treatments in the intermediate care room at the hospital. A head-injured patient may experience changes in his condition, namely decreased consciousness. Decreased consciousness will affect the prognosis and mortality of patients, in case in critical care areas, the appropriate measurement scale is needed, such as Glascow Koma Scale (GCS) and Full Outline of Un Responding (FOUR) to assess the level of consciousness. Objective: Identify the level of consciousness measurement using GCS and FOUR to assess mortality in head-injured patients in critical care areas. Methods: The study was conducted by reviewing eleven journals from Portal Garuda, EBSCO, PROQUEST, CANGAGE and DOAJ published from 2010 to 2020 Results: GCS and FOUR can be used in predicting mortality of head-injured patients in critical care wards. Conclusion: GCS and FOUR are effective measuring instruments to assess mortality in head-injured patients, however it is more appropriate to use FOUR for patients with intubation. Keywords: GCS, FOUR, Mortality, Brain Injury.
Perbandingan Social Wellbeing Lansia Yang Tinggal Di Panti Dan Di Masyarakat Tahun 2020 Ambar Arum Respatiningsih; Indrayanti; Muh. Fathoni Rohman; Ruthy Ngapiyem; Enik Listyaningsih
Journal of Health (JoH) Vol 8 No 1 (2021): Journal of Health - January 2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30590/joh.v8i1.216

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Elderly population in the world reaches 7%. This must be balanced with fulfillment of welfare of the elderly. Social aspect needs to be considered and influenced by place of residence. Elderly who live in BPSTW and community have various backgrounds, so it’s necesssary to know its difference. Statistical test result shows there is significant differences in social well being of elderly who are living in BPSTW Abiyoso Unit and Terban Village Yogyakarta (p value < α or 0,000<0,05) with a significance level of 5% (0,05). The conclusion of this research there is a significant difference in social well being of elderly who are living in BPSTW Abiyoso Unit and at home in Terban Village Yogyakarta in 2020.
Efektifitas Edukasi Kesehatan Dengan Metode Audiovisual Terhadap Motivasi Orang Tua Dalam Memberikan Obat Cacing Pada Anak Sekolah Dasar Ignasia Yunita Sari
Journal of Health (JoH) Vol 8 No 1 (2021): Journal of Health - January 2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30590/joh.v8i1.219

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Soil-transmitted helminths (STHs) infects 24% of the world’s population, especially children and incerase morbidity. One of the intervention to overcome STHs is the administration of anthelmintic. Parental motivation is needed to increase for regularity in administration anthelmintic. The purpose of this studi was to determine of the effectiveness of health education using audiovisual methods on the motivation of parents in giving anthelmintic at Sanjaya Tritis Pakem Primary School. The research method used was a quasi experimental desain with pre-test and post-test nonequivalent control group.The control group was given education by using audiovisual method and the control grup with lectures. The analysis method uses wilcoxon test dan mann whitney test. The results showed that health education using audiovisual methods was effective in incerasing parents’ motivation (p value 0,000). There was no difference in effectiveness of education using audiovisual methods and lectures in increasing parents’ motivation.
Dukungan Peer Group Terhadap Kepatuhan Konsumsi Minum Obat Tablet Tambah Darah Pada Remaja Putri Di SMA N 1 Banguntapan Tahun 2020 Indrayanti; Defintasari Sri Raharjo
Journal of Health (JoH) Vol 8 No 1 (2021): Journal of Health - January 2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30590/joh.v8i1.226

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Anemia is a problem that occurs throughout the world, especially in female teenagers. The high number of anemia makes the Government to make a program of providing iron tablet. Factors of adherence to taking medication consist of internal and external factors. One of the external factors is peer support. Peer Group Support is one way to improve female teenagers adherence in taking iron tablet medication. Statistical test results show is significant relationship between peer group support for adherence to taking tablets blood in adolescent girls (p value <alpha = 0,000 <0.05) with a correlation of 0.508, namely moderate closeness. The conclusion of this research there is a relationship of Peer Group Support and iron tablet medication adherence in female teenagers of SMA N 1 Banguntapan in 2020
Interprofessional Collaboration Dalam Pelayanan Pranikah Di Puskesmas Tegalrejo, Kota Yogyakarta Eka Vicky Yulivantina; Gunarmi; Mufdlilah
Journal of Health (JoH) Vol 8 No 1 (2021): Journal of Health - January 2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30590/joh.v8i1.238

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Reproductive health is the start point for the development of maternal and child health that can be prepared early, even before a woman becomes pregnant and becomes a mother. The purpose of this study was to explore Interprofessional Collaboration in Premarital Services at Tegalrejo Health Center, Yogyakarta City. This study uses a qualitative method with a phenomenological approach. Data collection techniques with in-depth interviews. Data analysis using content analysis. The results showed that the implementation of interprofessional collaboration in premarital services that has been implemented at the Puskesmas Tegalrejo Yogyakarta City includes midwifery services, laboratory services, general practitioner services, nutrition services, psychological services and teeth services. Keywords: premarital, interprofessional collaboration

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