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Indonesian Economic Recovery after COVID-19 Pandemic: Qur'anic Paradigm in Community Economic Development M. Fauzan Zenrif; M. Lutfi Mustofa
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.11594/nstp.2022.2201

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My academic concern is that so far, some studies tend to look at economic recovery, during the COVID-19 period, focusing on planning, economic and social, economic and health, economic and political, economic and distribution, economic and monetary transmission. No researcher focused on the problems: how is the performance of the individual approach used by the government in solving economic problems? What constraints are experienced in problem-solving? and how is the community approach of the Quran as a solution to the economic recovery model? By using participatory action qualitative research and content analysis of the Quranic text, the result shows that community-based, using the qur’anic paradigm, can be a monetary recovery system based on religious, social spirit. This, at the same time, confirms the significance of the community-based development approach, combined with the values of the Qur'an, in solving community economic problems, due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The findings of the study term the pattern of economic recovery with the community approach have advantages, compared to the individual approach used by the government. The study also finds that the community's policy in economic recovery opens up more opportunities for the financial independence of the community. By using the community Passing-Loos Management System (CP-LMS), the concept of the Qur'an charity values, as the basis of the religious majority of Indonesian society, the community-based approach can be the foundation of Pancasila's economic development. Thus, the results of this study indicate that the pattern of integration, between the values of the Qur'an and the Pancasila economic system, as the SDGs authorized, can present an independent community economic system.
Analysis of Self-Medication Patterns in South Surabaya Community in the Era of the COVID-19 Pandemic Wening Sari; Della Nanda Shafa Nabilah
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.11594/nstp.2022.2202

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Background: Indonesia implemented a large-scale social restriction policy throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. Hospitals and alternative health care facilities are places with a high risk of COVID-19 transmission. The general public is suggested to limit visits to health facilities unless it is an emergency. Supported this, we hypothesize that people prefer to self-medicate to take care of relatively mild health complaints at home. This study aims to analyze the pattern of self-medication within the community in the era of the COVID-19 pandemic. Methods: A cross-sectional survey was conducted on 110 residents of South Surabaya with a structured questionnaire during the COVID-19 outbreak in December 2021, to observe patterns and factors that influence people's decisions to take self-medication before and during the COVID-19 pandemic era. Results: As several as 40% of respondents had self-medication before the COVID-19 pandemic, while the prevalence of self-medication within the thick of the COVID-19 outbreak was 57.3%. The most reasons for self-medication are the concern of reaching the hospital will be being exposed to COVID-19 (67.3%), the sickness is not severe enough, compatible with the previous medication, and more efficient. The community's advantages of self-medication are that it is faster to treat (41%) and cheaper (21.8%). Conclusions: The study revealed that there was an increase in the number of respondents who did self-medication during the COVID-19 pandemic with the main reason being fear of going to the public health center or hospital.
Analysis of the Consumption Patterns of Health Supplements in Health Care Worker in the Era of the COVID-19 Pandemic Wening Sari
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.11594/nstp.2022.2203

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Health workers are at the forefront of handling COVID-19, so they have a high risk of contracting the virus. There have been 1.967 deaths in Indonesian health workers due to COVID-19, the highest number in Asia. While on the job, health workers must maintain a healthy immune system and use personal protective equipment. It is believed that taking vitamins, minerals, and herbs can help boost endurance. This study aims to examine the pattern of health supplement consumed in health workers during the COVID-19 pandemic. This research was conducted with a Cross-Sectional approach carried out on 100 health workers by providing questionnaires related to the types and effects of health supplements consumed by health workers in the era of the COVID-19 pandemic. From all respondents who took supplements, 75.2% consumed every day during the pandemic, whereas only 40.6% did before the pandemic. Prior to the pandemic, it was discovered that 33% of respondents took more than two types of health supplements. However, during the pandemic, it was revealed that 65% took more than two types of health supplements. There was an increase in respondents who took supplements believed to improve the immune system (80.2% vs 50.5%). Consumption of herbs and honey increased during the pandemic (19.8% vs 40.6%), with honey the most consumed. During the pandemic, health workers take more health supplements and a more comprehensive range of supplements.
Effect of Varied Concentrations of Ethylhene Glycol as Pooled Serum Preservative on the Stability of Alkaline Phosphatase (ALP) Ezyme Fitri Fadhilah; Sandra A. Riyadi; Euis Yuliani
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.11594/nstp.2022.2204

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Quality controls aim to ensure the quality, accuracy, and thoroughness of an examination. Internal quality assurance is carried out by the laboratory itself using control materials, both commercial control materials and homemade control materials. This controlled material is then used to ensure the quality of an inspection. The stability of the control material is strongly influenced by the storage temperature where the recommended temperature is -20? which will be stable for up to 6 months and 2-8? which is stable for 6 days. In the manufacture of homemade control materials, a stable preservative, antifreeze, and antibacterial is needed but still maintains the integrity of the group serum. The preservative used is ethylene glycol. This study aims to determine the optimal concentration of ethylene glycol in stabilizing alkaline phosphatase levels in refrigerator temperature storage (4-8ºC) for 60 days. In this study, tests were conducted on pooled sera preserved with ethylene glycol in varying concentrations, namely 7.5%; 10%; 12.5%; 15%; and 17.5% and observed the stability of the Alkaline Phosphatase enzyme in pooled sera for 60 days with an interval of 10 days with a storage temperature of 4-8?. The study was conducted in July-August 2021 in the BLUD laboratory of RSUD dr. Ben Mboi, Manggarai. The results showed that the stability of alkaline phosphatase persisted until day 30, began to decrease on day 40, and continued to decrease until day 60 in each different concentration variation. different, namely 7.5%; 10%; 12.5%; 15%; and 17.5% had the same stability up to 30 days. The recommendation from the author is to observe at different temperatures so that the stability of Alkaline phosphatase can be known.
Integrated Marketing Communication Strategy in Creating Brand Equity of Sultan Agung Islamic Hospital as Sharia Hospital Nabila Ikrima
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.11594/nstp.2022.2205

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Brand equity needs to be built by the organization so that the produced products whether goods or services can be easily recognized and remembered by the consumers. Sultan Agung Islamic Hospital as a health service provider also needs to build brand equity through Integrated Marketing Communication Strategy so that the predicate as the Sharia Hospital will be better known by consumers. The objective of this research is to know the strategy applied by Sultan Agung Islamic Hospital in creating brand equity as the sharia hospital. This research is qualitative descriptive research that aims to explain the implementation of marketing communication strategy in Sultan Agung Islamic Hospital using the purposive sampling technique. The research informant consisted of Hospital representatives consisting of four people, they are The Director of Sultan Agung Islamic Hospital, the Public Relations and Marketing Manager, Public Relations Staff, and Marketing Staff. The data was obtained through in-depth interviews and observation. The result shows that Sultan Agung Islamic Hospital has implemented an integrated marketing communication strategy through advertising activity, public relations, sponsorship, sales promotion, and on-site communication. All Integrated Marketing Communication activities and programs are conducted to strengthen the predicate of Sultan Agung Islamic Hospital as a sharia hospital.
The Utilization of WhatsApp in Increasing Knowledge of Integrated Services Post (Posyandu) Cadres on Preventing COVID-19 Yulia Suciati; Yenny Zulhamidah; Wening Sari
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.11594/nstp.2022.2206

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Integrated Services Post (Posyandu) Cadres are a volunteer that helps to manage community health care issues. Normally, they play an important role in mother, child, and elderly health issue prevention and promotion. However, in the COVID-19 pandemic time, the role of Posyandu cadres should be optimized for the prevention of the disease. This research aimed to assess the efficacy of the utilization of WhatsApp in increasing knowledge of Posyandu cadres on preventing COVID-19, through Whatsapp group (WAG). The Quasi-experiment was conducted on 30 cadres in Bekasi Barat. They were invited to received counseling sessions using the Whatsapp Group (WAG) on how to prevent the disease and how to correctly use the mask. They were provided with all the counseling material that they could read before the question and ask session with the mentor. Changes in the knowledge level of the cadres were assessed using the pretest and post-test methods. There was a significant increase in the level of knowledge (Wilcoxon Signed Ranks Test, p = 0.004) which was indicated by a higher post-test score (mean 75.46) than the pre-test score (mean 60.69). The correct use of masks was the cadres’ most significant increase in knowledge post-WAG-counseling session. Most of the cadres enjoyed the education process through WAG and would like to use the educational materials as a tool to provide education to the wider community. Education through WAG is effective for increasing the knowledge of Posyandu cadres about COVID-19 prevention and can be emulated by cadres to educate the wider community
Reducing Sleep Disturbance by Using Slow Deep Breathing and Dhikr in Cancer Patients During Chemotherapy Fahrun Nur Rosyid; Beti Kristinawati; Nurlaila Fitriani; Sugiyarti; Ahmad Fadhlur Rahman
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.11594/nstp.2022.2207

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This study aims to investigate the effects of slow deep breathing (SDP) and dhikr on sleep disturbance in cancer patients during chemotherapy. This study used a Quasi-experiment design. A total of 44 cancer patients experiencing chemotherapy who met the inclusion criteria were divided into 2 groups of 22 patients. The treatment group practiced SDB and dhikr, while the control group practiced normal breathing. This intervention was performed for 30 minutes and repeated for 3 cycles of chemotherapy. Furthermore, sleep disturbance is measured by the Pittsburgh Sleep Quality Index sheet. The data is analyzed using the Paired t-test, independent t-test, and Chi-square test with a significance limit of p <0.05. The result after 3 treatment cycles, sleep disturbances decreased in the treatment group from 7.64 ± 2.19 to 6.73 ± 1.78 or decreased by 0.91 ± 1.54, but in the control group, there was an increase from 5.00 ± 1 .90 to 5.18 ± 1.99 or an increase of 0.18 ± 0.85. The analysis results of SDP and dhikr effect on sleep disturbance in cancer patients during chemotherapy is significant (p=0.010). This study concludes SDB, and Dhikr can reduce sleep disturbance in cancer patients during chemotherapy.
Training in Formative Assessment and Use of Mobile Applications for High School Teachers as a Community Service Activity of the Department of Medical Education, Faculty of Medicine, Universitas Hasanuddin Asty Amalia Nurhadi; Sri Asriyani; Bau Dilam Ardyansyah; Irwin Aras; Budu
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.11594/nstp.2022.2208

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The digital revolution had transformed human life in many ways, including the way people learn. It affected students who are very dependent on mobile devices, social media, and mobile applications. These transformations demanded teachers to also transform. Teachers needed to embrace the technology and integrate it into their learning strategies. The Department of Medical Education of the Faculty of Medicine of Universitas Hasanuddin (FMUH) received a grant for a community service project from the faculty. This study describes training aimed at equipping high school teachers with the capability of using several mobile applications, including Google Forms, Quizizz, and Anki flashcards. The FMUH yearly intake was almost 300 students per year which were mostly high school fresh graduates in Indonesia. As the teachers of our future students, we considered the need for technology use in promoting teachers’ competence. Therefore, as our community service project, we held a one-day training for high school teachers which focused on the use of various mobile applications in formative assessment. At the end of our training, we elicited our participants’ evaluation using a Likert-scale questionnaire and open-ended questions. The responses were analyzed using statistical and descriptive analysis. This training involved 79 teachers and the evaluation form was filled out by 55 participants. The analysis showed that all respondents agreed that the training was able to increase their competence in using mobile applications for formative assessment. They pointed out the importance of this training in increasing the quality of education. This training was considered very useful in increasing high school teachers’ competence in formative assessment as well as in digital learning. This type of training was proposed to be frequently conducted.
Improving Student Outcomes Using Cognitive Load Theory-Based Multiple-Assessments throughout Online Learning of the Musculoskeletal Block During the COVID-19 Pandemic Asty Amalia Nurhadi; Shelly Salmah; Gita Vita Soraya; Bau Dilam Ardiansyah; Sitti Rafiah
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.11594/nstp.2022.2209

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Since its first emergence in China, the global spread of COVID-19 had reached 269.721.683 cases in over 200 countries in December 2021. The rapid spread of this virus had urged WHO and governments to establish policies on physical distancing. Restriction of offline learning activities in Indonesia forced the educational institution to rapidly adapt. As consequence, we had to change all learning and assessment processes into online forms. We found many challenges in the implementation, particularly in the assessment processes. Therefore, in consideration of Cognitive Load Theory, we decided to intervene in these problems by implementing multiple assessment strategies in Musculoskeletal System Course, for 2020 batch students. We compared the results of the 2020 cohort with the results of the 2019 cohort in the Musculoskeletal System using the Mann-Whitney test (SPSS version 24). There were 256 students (2020 cohort) who participated in this System in comparison to 318 students (2019 cohort). Statistical analysis showed that there was a significant difference between the outcomes of the 2020 cohort that experienced multiple assessments before final examination in comparison to 2019 cohort who only experienced single-end examination (p value <0.000). Mean outcomes of 2020 cohort (334.34) where significantly higher compared to 2019 cohort (240.96). Our study had shown that students’ outcome during online learning due to COVID-19 pandemic can be improved by chunking the volume of learning materials into several parts. This method was in line with Cognitive Load Theory and gave possibility for students to organize their learning as well as to get multiple feedback for their improvement.
Analysis of Comorbidity Disease as A Risk Factor COVID-19 Death Andi Rizaldi Kurniawan Misbah; Zulfitriani Murfat; Rahmawati; Indah Lestari Daeng Kanang
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.11594/nstp.2022.2210

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The COVID-19 disease which became a pandemic in early 2020 was caused by SARS-CoV-2 which attacks the human respiratory system. The transmission of COVID-19 that occurs through human-to-human transmission causes a high risk of infection worldwide. A high-risk factor for death from COVID-19 occurs in people who have comorbidities that aggravate symptoms in COVID-19 patients. Although the incidence of this disease is not influenced by age and gender, the fact that most deaths from COVID-19 occur in elderly men. Comorbidities play an important role in the infection process that occurs, presumably due to an increase in the expression of the ACE2 enzyme, and a decrease in the cellular immune system. This literature review aims to determine the role of comorbid disease as a risk factor for COVID-19 death. This paper was prepared using the Literature Review method with a Narrative Review approach. By referring to research results from reputable national and international journals from 2020 to 2021 through the Pubmed, Clinical Key, and Google Scholar databases. Based on the analysis of the Literature Review, it was found that the presence of comorbid diseases increases the risk of infection, exacerbates symptoms, and death in COVID-19 patients. The comorbid disease with the highest mortality rate was found in hypertension, followed by diabetes mellitus, cardiovascular disease, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), and cancer. Patients who have more than one co-morbidity have a higher risk of death if they are infected with COVID-19. Comorbid diseases will increase the risk of death in COVID-19 patients.

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