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Diversity: Disease Preventive of Research Integrity
Core Subject : Health, Social,
Diversity: Disease Preventive of Research Integrity focuses to attract, review, and publish high-quality original research that contributes to advancing public health science and using it as an important means to improve health quality worldwide. This journal is committed to tackling the most pressing issues across all aspects of public health. We have a strong commitment to publish research articles that explore the topic from a broad array of academic disciplines, methodologies, and public health perspectives. Diversity: Disease Preventive of Research Integrity receives manuscripts encompass a broad range of research scope in public health sciences such as: Epidemiology study. The study includes observation, surveillance, hypothesis‐testing analytic research methods, and experiments. Distribution refers to analysis according to the time, place, and classes of persons affected. Determinants are the physical, biological, social, cultural, and behavioral factors influencing health. Health‐related states or events include diseases and injuries, causes of death, behavior such as the use of tobacco, reactions to preventive or therapeutic regimens, and provision and use of health services. Health nutrition. Subject areas include vitamins and minerals, dietary recommendation, obesity, and weight control, appetite, food intake, and nutritional status, nutritional neurosciences, eating disorders, nutritional toxicities, nutritional immunology, food and nutrition policies and programs, overnutrition, malnutrition, macronutrients, micronutrients, prenatal nutrition, and antioxidants Health promotion and behavior. The core service elements related to health promotion likely prevention of disease, injury, and illness, health education, anticipatory guidance, and parenting skill development, support that builds confidence, and is reassuring for mothers, fathers, and carers; community capacity building. Environmental health. Air quality, biosafety, disaster preparedness and response, climate change and its effects on health, food safety, including in agriculture, transportation, food processing, wholesale and retail distribution and sale, health Housing, liquid waste disposal, including city wastewater treatment plants and on-site wastewater disposals systems, such as septic tank systems and chemical toilets, medical waste management and disposal, Safe drinking water, solid waste management, toxic chemical exposure whether in consumer products, housing, workplaces, air, water or soil, Vector control, including the control of mosquitoes, rodents, flies, cockroaches and other animals that may transmit pathogens. Health administration and policy. Health service effectiveness, health management, and re-design, evaluation of public health programs or interventions, public health governance and quality, Audit medical and other healthcare services, Public health law and ethics, Public health policy and comparisons, and capacity in public health systems, implementation laws and regulations that secure public health and safety, community/organizational health issues. Occupational health and safety. Protection the safety of employees, contractors, students, and visitors, accidents and occupational hazards; regulations and standards of occupational safety, noise pollution control, industrial hygiene, radiological health, nutrition worker, protection from illness resulting from the materials, processes, or procedures used in the workplace, hazardous materials management.
Articles 26 Documents
Utilization of The Chronic Disease Management Program During The Covid-19 Pandemic Andi Nur Azizah; Sitti Raodhah; Surahmawati Surahmawati; Syamsul Alam
Diversity: Disease Preventive of Research Integrity Volume 1, Issue 1, August 2020
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24252/diversity.v1i1.18724

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The increasing number of chronic diseases such as hypertension and diabetes mellitus has made the government through Health BPJS promote and prevent through chronic disease management programs (Prolanis). The occurrence of the Covid-19 pandemic has changed all aspects of life including Prolanis activities. This study aims to determine the use of the chronic disease management program (Prolanis) during the Covid-19 pandemic at the Tamamaung public health center, Makassar City with this type of qualitative research. Determination of informants in this study using a purposive sampling technique. The informants in this study consisted of Prolanis management officers, Prolanis participants who suffered from hypertension, and type 2 diabetes mellitus. Data was collected through in-depth interviews with informants. The results of the study explained that the use of Prolanis during the Covid-19 pandemic still received support from families by reminding each other to maintain health. Health workers continue to serve participants as usual for medical examinations and routine monthly administration of drugs unless education and gymnastics are temporarily prevented The need for health services, where participants feel they still need exercise and education activities. However, due to the Covid-19 pandemic, participants can only carry out health checks and take routine medicine every month. It is recommended that health workers continue to increase their role as educators by providing education to Prolanis participants both during the Covid-19 pandemic period and after the pandemic ends and emphasizing the importance of joining Prolanis. 
Altitude Factors Affect Dengue Fever Cases in South Sulawesi: A Study Using Poisson Inverse Gaussian Regression Model Adiatma Adiatma; Amin Tohari; Ali Faisal; Syamsul Alam
Diversity: Disease Preventive of Research Integrity Volume 1, Issue 2, February 2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24252/diversity.v1i2.19764

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Poisson regression is used to model enumeration data such as data on the number of DHF cases. This model has the assumption that is fulfilled is the average and the variance must have the same value or it is called the equidispersion. But this assumption is not fulfilled because the data on the number of dengue cases experienced violations of this assumption. The violation is that the average value is smaller than the variance value or it is called overdispersion. This results in incorrect conclusions because the prediction standard error is underestimated. The way to prevent this is by combining the Poisson distribution and discrete or continuous distribution, this combination is called Mixed Poisson Distribution. Researchers use one of the Mixed Poisson methods, namely Inverse Gaussian Poisson Regression (PIG) because the method is used when the data is overdispersed and the parameters are known or close form on the likelihood function. Based on the results of the study, it is known that the height of the area   is a factor that significantly influences DHF cases in South Sulawesi.    
The Correlation Between Primary Student’s Snacking Pattern and Physicial Activity with Their Glucose Level in Makassar Hardiani Hardiani; Syarfaini Syarfaini; Sukfitrianty Syahrir; Alwiyah Nur Syarif
Diversity: Disease Preventive of Research Integrity Volume 1, Issue 1, August 2020
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24252/diversity.v1i1.18725

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Diabetes mellitus (DM) has become a prevalent problem in Indonesia as indicated by an estimated number of 240 cases per year from a total of 83 million children population. Obese children have a 10.25 higher risk for developing a high level of glucose compared to those with normal nutritional status. This research particularly focuses on investigating the correlation between primary student’s snacking pattern and physical activity with their glucose level at Islamic Primary School Athirah in Makassar by adopting a cross-sectional study research design. The samples were selected from the population of obese students with a percentage of n=32 by utilizing the purposive sampling technique. Some instruments such as consent letters, Seca Weight Scale, blood glucose level checker Microtoise, and FFQ questionnaires were used to collect research data. To measure the correlation between variables, this research used the Chi-Square test. The findings suggest that there is a correlation between a primary student’s snacking pattern and their blood glucose level (p=0.043). The findings also indicate that the student’s physical activity correlates with their blood glucose level (p=0001). To conclude, through the findings, this research encourages parents to be more apprehensive of their children's snacking behavior and physical activities, so that diabetes mellitus can be prevented as early as possible. 
Sociological Factors of Juvenile Delinquency Makassar City, Indonesia Nurdiyanah Syarifuddin; Widya Sari; Emmi Bujawati; Andi Susilawaty; Azriful Azriful
Diversity: Disease Preventive of Research Integrity Volume 1, Issue 2, February 2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24252/diversity.v1i2.19763

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The factors that influence delinquency in adolescents are sociological factors, psychological factors, and biological factors. Sociological factors include family background, the community where adolescents are, and the school environment. This study used a qualitative method with a case study design. The number of informants was 10 people consisting of delinquency teenagers, parents of delinquency teenagers, women, and child protection investigators, and clinical psychologists at the integrated service post for women and children protection. Data collection was carried out through in-depth interviews. Data analysis was performed by source triangulation. The results showed that economic difficulties made parents have to work more. Teens have a playgroup that influences them. Problems that arise from the school environment make children not want to go back to school. This study recommends the importance of the role of parents, government officials, and schools in giving attention and guidance to adolescents in order not to act wrong, both moral guidance and religious guidance.  
Potential Hazards in the Loading and Unloading Process: Risk Analysis with Job Safety Analysis and Hazard Operability Study Methods Irma Octaviani Ramisdar; Hasbi Ibrahim; Fatmawaty Mallapiang; Abdul Majid H.R. Lagu
Diversity: Disease Preventive of Research Integrity Volume 1, Issue 1, August 2020
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24252/diversity.v1i1.18720

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Loading companies have a high accident risk because the services that they provide involve a lot cargo moving in out of cargo ships. Job Safety Analysis (JSA) and Hazard and Operability Study (HAZOPs) are common risk management procedures that a company should follow to ensure the safety of the workers by measuring the risks and preparing strategies to control the hazards. This research aims to identify, assess and manage the occupational health and safety of the workers during loading processes in the container terminal of PT Pelindo IV (persero) in Makassar in 2019. It investigates the issue by employing descriptive quantitative method and observational approach. Observational approach allows this research to describe the stages of loading process through observations that utilize work sheet Job Safety Analysis (JSA), Hazard and Operability Study (HAZOPs) and AS/NZS 4360:2004. The research samples consist of 157 respondents who are selected using proportionate stratified random sampling technique. The research findings identify some hazards of loading process including physical, mechanical and ergonomic hazards with mechanical hazard having the highest level of hazard by 74.5% particularly in Haulage/Trucking area. The risk assessment indicates that undesirablerisks on the first, third, fourth and fifth work stages are categorized into acceptable with control on the second work stage. 
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Diversity: Disease Preventive of Research Integrity Volume 1, Issue 1, August 2020
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24252/diversity.v1i1.18729

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Changes in Perceptions of Couples of Childbearing Age in Indonesian Family Planning Mentoring Program Abdul Majid H.R. Lagu; Habibi Habibi
Diversity: Disease Preventive of Research Integrity Volume 1, Issue 2, February 2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24252/diversity.v1i2.19741

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The family planning program in general forms a small family according to the socio-economic strength of a family by controlling the birth of a child, to obtain a happy and prosperous family that can meet their daily needs. on the Family Planning Program in Gowa Regency. The type of research used in this study is a quasi-experiment to determine the effectiveness of assistance in increasing the participation of fertile age couples (PUS) in the family planning program located in Batangkaluku Village, Somba Opu District, Gowa Regency. The population in this study were all fertile age couples (PUS) in the area of Batangkaluku Village, Somba Opu District, Gowa Regency, totaling 1,537 people. The number of samples in this study was 94 Fertile Age Couples (PUS). The research instrument used in this study is a questionnaire containing several questions to obtain accurate and objective data on the problems being studied. The results showed that there are factors that influence the participation of fertile age couples (PUS) in the family planning program, namely knowledge, self-efficacy, access to family planning services, support for family planning officers, and husband's support. This study recommends health workers increase the frequency of conducting family planning counseling to increase knowledge of contraceptives in the community.     
Dengue Fever Case Management in Maros Regency, Indonesia Indah Kurniawati; Andi Susilawaty; Habibi Habibi; Munawir Amansyah
Diversity: Disease Preventive of Research Integrity Volume 1, Issue 1, August 2020
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24252/diversity.v1i1.18721

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Dengue fever is blood bone disease which is transferred through dengue virus infected Aedes mosquitos spread commonly in tropical and sub-tropical areas across the world. This research aims to describe the management of dengue fever case eradication program in Maros Regency. It uses a descriptive qualitative method in scrutinizing the issue. The research samples consist of 22 informants who are selected using the purposive sampling technique. The findings indicate that the management of the dengue fever eradication program is divided into several divisions namely agent management, media management, host management, and case management. In this case, the agent management division is responsible in identifying dengue fever patients by utilizing Active Case Detection (ACD) and Passive Case Detection (PCD) methods. Furthermore, the program manages the vector control through Abate utilization, larva monitoring agent designation, and fogging. Environmental control is carried out through the 3M program (close, drain and bury) and house yard cleaning. In addition to that, the program also encourages dengue fever patients to do self-medication by increasing their thrombocyte level and reducing their hematocrit level. Overall, many stakeholders participate in the dengue fever eradication program in Maros Regency, including the Health Department of Maros, health centers across Maros, local government, as well as community members. Finally, this research recommends the Health Department of Maros improve the quality of Abate distribution to health centers across Maros Regency 
Healing from Healer: Use of Traditional Health Services in the Age of Modern Health Muhammad Syaiful; Arif Rahman Hakim; Imamul Hak
Diversity: Disease Preventive of Research Integrity Volume 1, Issue 2, February 2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24252/diversity.v1i2.19740

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The phenomenon of traditional health practices is still being used by some people, the unique thing is that those who take advantage of this health service do not only come from underprivileged segments of society but are also often used by the rich. Moreover, this phenomenon occurs during the existence of a modern health industry whose access is increasingly accessible to all people. Traditional medicine or so-called alternative medicine that uses plant-based medicines (herbal) or other media. Not only in the area of medicine, but this research also describes traditional healers or as local, sanro, as an alternative to modern health industry practices.  This study uses an ethnographic method with a participatory-observative approach to understanding in-depth the practice of alternative medicine. Field research focus in the district. Somba Opu, Gowa Regency, South Sulawesi. Where the distribution of modern health facilities in the capital of this sub-district is higher than in other sub-districts. The results of the study indicated that the medical instruments performed by traditional healers, apart from using traditional herbs in the form of special plants, also used mantras written in the book using Arabic letters. Some of the traditional medicinal methods in maintaining their existence are carried out, both in the form of good health services, trying to prove the efficacy of the treatment, and  strengthening their networks with doctors and fellow sanro outside the District of Gowa.         
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Diversity: Disease Preventive of Research Integrity Volume 1, Issue 2, February 2021
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