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Health Notions
ISSN : 25804936     EISSN : -     DOI : -
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"Health Notions" is a media for the publication of articles on research and review of the literature. We accept articles in the areas of health science and practice such as public health, medicine, pharmaceutical, environmental health, nursing, midwifery, nutrition, health technology, clinical laboratories, health education, and health popular.
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Perceived Susceptibility and Perceived Benefit as Factors Affecting VIA Tests Participation in Work Area of Kertosari Health Center Rokhmah, Dewi; Hernawati, Sri; Pratiwi, Kurnia Nata
Health Notions Vol 2 No 6 (2018): June 2018
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  In Indonesia, cervical cancer is ranked first as the cause of death to women. The government has implemented an early detection program of cervical cancer in controlling cervical cancer by using Visual Inspection with Acetic Acid (VIA). Indonesian womens awareness to perform early detection is still very low with coverage of early detection of cervical cancer which is less than 5%. The Health Belief Model (HBM) is used to forecast health enhancement behavior that is based on individual behavior determined by the individuals motives and beliefs. The purpose of this study was to analyze the effect of Health Belief Model (HBM) which included perceived of susceptibility, perceived of severity, perceived of benefits, perceived of threats, perceived of barriers and cues to act on VIA test participation. This type of research was observational analytics. The design used was case control. The sample in this study were 64 cases and 64 controls, selected by purposive sampling. Data were analyzed using Partial Least Square (PLS). Based on the result of research, there was an influence of perceived of susceptibility on participation with t value = 4.417 (>1.96). Perceived of benefit affected participation with t value = 11.647 (>1.96). Keywords: Perceived susceptibility, Perceived severity, Perceived threat, Perceived benefit, Perceived barrier, Cues to action, VIA test
The The Effect of Playing Stimulation on Children Development Saadah, Nurlailis
Health Notions Vol 1 No 3 (2017): July-September 2017
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Model of Emergency and Observation Nursing Services at the Community Health Center in East Java Wibrata, Dwi Ananto; Mu’afiro, Adin; Nurkholifah, Siti
Health Notions Vol 1 No 1 (2017): January-March 2017
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Public health centers as the spearhead of health services, also provide emergency and observation nursing services, due to the high number of accidents in East Java. The purpose of this study was to develop the nurses performance model in providing emergency and obeservation nursing services at Puskesgadarsi (Emergency and Observation Community Health Center) in East Java, using cross sectional design. The subjects of 120 nurses were selected by multi stage sampling technique. Data were collected through questionnaires and FGDs, and then analyzed using structural equation modeling to produce an model of ‘emergency and observation’ nursing service for nurses at Puskesgadarsi. Components of the model were reinforcing factors, personal factors, cognition factors, affection factors, commitment, interpersonal, reinforcement and nurse performance. Nurses can use this model in providing nursing services with due regard to their knowledge and skills, facilities and infrastructure, as well as interaction and self-reinforcement, so as to be able to perform nursing services emergency and observation well.
Empowering Village Cluster as Task Force in The Normalization of Disaster Victims’ Physical Problems Sofyana, Haris
Health Notions Vol 1 No 1 (2017): January-March 2017
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Natural disaster mitigation frequently focuses on the stage of emergency response, while the impacts of the disaster are often ignored. Community empowerment in the normalization of post-disaster physical problems becomes vital to optimally maintain victims’ health. The research aims to test the effectiveness of training village clusters with the competencies for disaster volunteers in normalizing post-natural disaster physical problems, using the quasi-experimental pre-post-test with control group design. Two natural disaster prone areas were selected from two different provinces, namely West Java and Banten. Sample was taken purposively, resulting in 23 people for each group. The findings show an increase in the dimensions of knowledge and attitudes of the village clusters in the normalization of post-natural disaster physical problems (p value 0.000). For the dimension of skills competency, there was a significant difference between the intervention and control groups at the end of the second month, including the ability to measure body temperature (p 0.000), calculate pulse rate (p 0.000), measure breath rate (p 0.036), measure blood pressure (p 0.000), provide basic life support (p 0.000), give wound care (p 0.000), splint a fracture (p 0.000), and use walking aids (p 0.000). The research recommends the importance of the formation and training of village clusters as a form of village community empowerment in disaster prone areas in the normalization of disaster victims’ physical problems.
Factors Influencing Nurses in Implementing Documentation of Nursing at Muhammadiyah Hospital, Kediri City Suhita, Byba Melda; Sutrisno, Joko; Kusumawati, Prima Dewi
Health Notions Vol 1 No 4 (2017): October-December 2017
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Documentation in nursing has important role against various kinds of people’s demands which are more and more critical and influence people’s awareness for their rights from unit of unity. This research aimed at knowing the factors that influenced nurses in implementing the documentation of nursing at Muhammadiyah Hospital, Kediri City,Indonesia. Design of the research was correlational with cross sectional approach. Through simple random sampling technique, it was obtained 78 respondents. Data collection utilized questionnaire and the result of this research was analyzed by utilizing logistic regression. The result of this research showed that most of the respondents had motivation to conduct documentation of nursing in medium category, which were 44 respondents (56.4%), had knowledge in category of sufficient which were 42 respondents (53.8%), and had work stress in medium category, which were 45 respondents (57.7%). In addition, most of respondents had implementation of documentation in category of being not implemented, which were 44 respondents (56.4%). The analysis result of logistic regression showed that the factor of motivation and work stress influenced against the implementation of the documentation of nursing at Muhammadiyah Hospital, Kediri City, East Java Province, Indonesia. In implementing documentation, the factor of motivation and work stress really influenced the nurses in implementing documentation of nursing. In order to increase nurse’s motivation, it needed to conduct control against nurse’s behavior in documenting nursing care, needed to socialize while working in which it was expected to be able to solve a problem from the client.   
Adolescent Attitudes Towards Drug Abuse Nursana, I Made
Health Notions Vol 1 No 3 (2017): July-September 2017
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Drug abuse causes many harm, both materially and non-material, such as death, divorce, robbery, murder and so on. This study aimed to describe the attitude of adolescents to the risk of drug abuse in Toini Village. The subjects were 60 teenagers selected by simple random sampling technique. Data were collected through questionnaires, then analyzed descriptively in the form of frequency distribution. The results showed that 95% of teenagers were positive for substance abuse.
The Effect of Probiotics Lactobacillus Reuteri on Levels of Ifn-Γ (Th1) and Il-10 (Th2) Cytokines Cells in Mice Postpartum Induced by Staphylococcus Aureus Mufida, Riza Tsalatsatul
Health Notions Vol 1 No 2 (2017): April-June 2017
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The direct causes of maternal mortality among others bleeding, preeclampsia, long delivery, abortion complications, and infections. Nosocomial infections are caused by Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA), obtained from infection Staphylococcus aureus and now resistant of antibiotics. The spread of bacterial resistance is existing drugs, pushing for extracting antibacterial source of other materials, such as the use of probiotics. Probiotics is as non-pathogenic microorganisms in food supplementation component, which has health benefits for the prevention and treatment of disease, when it is in sufficient quantities. Probiotics is as immunomodulatory and immunostimulatory, then activate all CD4+ T cells into Th1 (IFN-γ) and Th2 (IL-10) cells.Prove whether the effect of probiotic Lactobacillus reuteri to levels of IFN-γ and IL-10 cytokinecells on the spleen of mice model postpartum induced Stapgylococcus aureus bacteria.The study uses pure posttest-only randomized control-group experimental design which utilizes 40 mice (Balb/c) and gestasional aged 13 days which are divided into 8 sample groups. Dosis Lactobacillus reuteri 1x1010 CFU/mice in 250μl via a oral sonde (a gavaging needle). Dosis Staphyloccus aureus 5x107 CFU/mice in 200μl via spuit without needle per vaginal. The levels of IFN-γ and IL-10 cytokine were analyzed for enzyme linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA) kits. This study showed statistically that is significant in levels of IL-10 cells on the first day postpartum, levels of IL-10 and IFN-γ cytokineon the third day postpartum showed statistically that is no significant. There is influence of probiotic Lactobacillus reuteri on levels of IFN-Ɣ and IL-10 cytokine in mice postpartum induced Staphylococcus aureus. 
The Sexual Behaviors of University Students from Papua in Surabaya Giyai, Maria Clara
Health Notions Vol 1 No 4 (2017): October-December 2017
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Sexuality is not unfamiliar topic for us in recent day. It is  due to the sexuality can not be dissociated from human lifes, moreoverr in this globalization era where information easily accessed through internet. There is also a thought tendencies especially teenagers have an attemps in sexual behaviors. This observation is concerning with sexual behaviors of university students from Papua in Surabaya. This was an observational study with cross-sectional design.This research was conducted on April 14,2017-Mei 20,2017, at students from Papua in Surabaya. The sample of the study 30 respondents. The data analysis is using chi-square test. the Colleagues whom gladly watch Porn film influence the significant effect, that is 82,6% from 30 respondents. The calculation with chi-square method obtained the value of p<0,05. The influence of collegues is the most significant that is 70% from 30 respondents. From the results of numbers are counted with chi-square method obtained the value of p<0,15 that meaning the Colleagues is the most significant influences. The conclusison for this research is the having friends whom gladly watch the Porn films influence the adequate significant that is 82,6% from  30 respondents and the influence of the Colleague are the most significants that is  70% from 30 respondents.  Keywords: Sexual Behaviors, Students University, Porn Films.
Spatial Modeling Of Infant Mortality Rate In South Central Timor Regency Using GWLR Method With Adaptive Bisquare Kernel And Gaussian Kernel Purnomo, Windhu; Melaniani, Soenarnatalina; Sabat, Teguh Prawono
Health Notions Vol 1 No 2 (2017): April-June 2017
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Geographically Weighted Logistic Regression (GWLR) was regression model consider the spatial factor, which could be used to analyze the IMR. The number of Infant Mortality as big as 100 cases in 2015 or 12 per 1000 live birth in South Central Timor Regency. The aim of this study was to determine the best modeling of GWLR with fixed weighting function and Adaptive Gaussian Kernel in the case of infant mortality in South Central Timor District in 2015. The response variable (Y) in this study was a case of infant mortality, while variable predictor was the percentage of neonatal first visit (KN1) (X1), the percentage of neonatal visit 3 times (Complete KN) (X2), the percentage of pregnant get Fe tablet (X3), percentage of poor families pre prosperous (X4). This was a non-reactive study, which is a measurement which individuals surveyed did not realize that they are part of a study, with analysis unit in 32 sub-districts of South Central Timor Districts. Data analysis used open source program that was Excel, R program, Quantum GIS and GWR4. The best GWLR spatial modeling with Adaptive Gaussian Kernel weighting function, a global model parameters GWLR Adaptive Gaussian Kernel weighting function obtained by g (x) = 0.941086 - 0,892506X4, GWLR local models with adaptive Kernel bisquare weighting function in the 13 Districts were obtained g(x) = 𝛽0 − 𝛽0X4, factors that affect the cases of infant mortality in 13 sub-districts of South Central Timor Regency in 2015 was the percentage of poor families pre prosperous.
Optimizing Sexuality Education in Early Childhood Based on "Puppet Show" Lestari, Sri Puji; haji, Son; Iswanti, Dwi Indah
Health Notions Vol 1 No 4 (2017): October-December 2017
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The low level of community and cultural knowledge that assumes the taboo of sexuality education in children at an early age is one of the originators of sexual abuse in children. Sexuality education that is aligned with the capacity and thinking patterns of children will help a child to protect himself from the perpetrators of abuse. The puppet show method, which uses puppets as a tool, offers a more appealing method for children. This study aims to test the effectiveness of puppet show as a method to improve early childhood knowledge about sexuality, using a pre-post test with control group design. The subjects of this study were 34 children in PAUD Tiara Hati, Tembalang District, Semarang selected by purposive sampling technique. Data were collected using questionnaire, Puppet Show module and storyteller, then analyzed using T-Test. The results show that Puppet Show can improve early childhood knowledge about sexuality.

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