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Waluya The International Science of Health Journal
ISSN : 28292278     EISSN : -     DOI : https://doi.org/10.54883/28292278.v2i3.88
Core Subject : Health, Education,
The focus and scope of Waluya the International Science of Health Journal covers the development of public health science which consists of: Epidemiology, Environmental Health and Occupational Health, Health Administration and Policy, Health Promotion, Nutrition and Reproductive Health
Articles 68 Documents
Relationship of Organizational Factors to the Implementation Minimum Service Standars in Konawe Regency Health Center Aswan Aswan; La Ode Saafi; Aziz Harun
Waluya The International Science of Health Journal Vol. 1 No. 1 (2022): Waluya The International Science Of Health Journal
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.54883/wish.v1i1.1

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Introduction: The initial survey was conducted at 29 Health center in Konawe Regency, it was found that there were several Health center not realizing the overall MSS achievement and there was an accumulation of the average achievement of 12 MSS found in 17 Health center under 80% and all Health center did not implement additional service standards seen from the annual report in Konawe District Health Office. Thus, researchers feel the need to conduct research on the relationship of organizational factors to the implementation of minimum service standards at the Konawe District Health Center. Method: This type of quantitative research has a population of all officers who have roles and responsibilities for the quality of Public health center services by applying Minimum Service Standards in 29 Public health center totaling 174 and a sample of 122 officers. Result: Data analysis and obtained the value of X Count or Chi Square 55.03> from 3.84 or X table and the value of Phi 0.695 which means it has a strong relationship. Conclusion: There is a strong relationship between organizational factors (Resources, Leadership, Compensation, Organizational Structure and Job Design) and Implementation of Minimum Service Standards.
Analysis Bachelor of Public Health Needs and Policy Constraints Aspects in the Health Department Konawe District Syawaluddin Syawaluddin; Erwin Azizi Jayadipraja; La Ode Kamalia
Waluya The International Science of Health Journal Vol. 1 No. 1 (2022): Waluya The International Science Of Health Journal
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.54883/wish.v1i1.2

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Introduction: The initial survey conducted at the Konawe District Health Office shows that the distribution of Public Health Bachelors has not been evenly distributed until now, where there are still health centers in Konawe District which lack public health personnel. In addition, the management of the duties of the Bachelor of Public Health at the Health center is sometimes not in accordance with the main task. So that researchers intend to conduct research on "Analysis of the Needs of Undergraduate Public Health Workers and Constraints on Policy Aspects at the Konawe District Health Office" Method: This study uses two types of research, namely descriptive quantitative and qualitative to analyze the constraints in the distribution bachelor of public health personnel. The sample was sourced from 137 bachelor of public health personnel from the Head of Public Health Center while the Head of Administration and Ordinary Informants were informants in this study spread from 29 Public health center. Result: The need for public health workers in accordance with the Minister of Health Regulation No. 75 of 2014 at least 2 people per Health center and aspects of policies that have not been running optimally are obstacles in the distribution bachelor of public health personnel. Conclusion: Local governments should carry out data-based Health Human Resources (HR) planning so that planning documents are able to accurately project the calculation of needs in accordance with the current health situation.
Analysis the Relationship of Budget Planning to Budget Absorption in Regional Device Organizations Health Department of Konawe District Islands La Ode Muhammad Dzuhri Abdullah; La Ode Saafi; Sunarsih Sunarsih
Waluya The International Science of Health Journal Vol. 1 No. 1 (2022): Waluya The International Science Of Health Journal
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.54883/wish.v1i1.3

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Introduction: Based on data from the Regional Finance Agency of the Konawe Islands Regency in the 2019 budget year the achievement rate is 21.93%. Meanwhile, for the 2020 fiscal year, it only reached 19.31%. The problem of the level of budget absorption should be reduced if the Regional Device Organization of the Health Office of the Konawe Islands Health Office. Based on this, the researcher is interested in conducting a study on the analysis of the relationship between budget planning and budget absorption in the Regional Device Organization of the Konawe Islands District Health Office. Method: This research is quantitative using a cross sectional design, namely collecting, analyzing, and describing information and data systematically, while increasing understanding of certain phenomena. Result: There is a moderate relationship between planning and budget absorption, it is known from the results of data analysis and obtained a value of X Count or Chi Square 14,653 > from 3.84 or X table and a Phi value of 0.536, there is a moderate relationship between budget execution and budget absorption Conclusion: There needs to be an increase in periodic performance evaluations for the Regional Device Organization of the Konawe Islands District Health Office, especially regarding budget absorption, and it is necessary to improve employee performance by providing training to further deepen their work and fluency in work.
Factors Related to the Event of Premature Rupture of Membrane in Muna Regency Hospitals Wahyu Utami; Tasnim Tasnim; Sultan Akbar Toruntju
Waluya The International Science of Health Journal Vol. 1 No. 1 (2022): Waluya The International Science Of Health Journal
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.54883/wish.v1i1.4

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Introduction : One of the maternal health programs is to accelerate the decline in numbers. Maternal mortality and maternal mordibity. One ofe the causes of maternal death is infection that can be caused by premature rupture of membranes. Method : This research was quantitative with a cross sectional study design. Study has been carried out in September 2021. The research sample is 164 people obtained by simple random sampling. Processed data using the chi square test. Result : The result showed that the frequency of ANC visit had a phi value of 0,538, parity phi 0,454, anemia phi= 0,438, history of prom phi = 0,720, CPD phi =0,410, trauma in pregnancy phi = 0,573. Conclusion : The conclusion is that there is a relationship between the frequency of ANC visit, Parity, Anemia, History of prom, Cephalopelvik disproportion and trauma during pregnancy with the incidence of premature rupture of membranes in the distric hospital Muna.
The Prevalance Overview of ARI Sufferers in the Mining Environment at Cinta Jaya Inc, Molawe District Vita Adryana; Erwin Azizi Jayadipraja; Chun Sriningsih; Waode Suatia
Waluya The International Science of Health Journal Vol. 1 No. 1 (2022): Waluya The International Science Of Health Journal
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20 Introduction: Mining activities also cause traffic disturbances due to the back and forth of operational vehicles and transporters going and out of the special terminal area,causing a decrease in air quality and noise which can increase the prevalence of Ari based on data from molawe health center with a population 0f 5291,30 ARI patient, cases in 2019 and there were 37 cases in 2020 and 42 casess in 2021 this can 2021.this affect the health status of the community in the mining envirotment of the molawe sub-district Method: The method used in this study is descriptive research method. The descriptive method was chosen because the study carried out aims to describe the data naturally. The data used are secondary data and documents from the Health Office of Southeast Sulawesi Province, Limbo Health Center, Molawe District, 2019 - 20121. North Konawe Regency, Southeast Sulawesi Province. Result: It was concluded that there was a relationship between age and gender with the incidence of ARI in infants Smoking Habits From 42 respondents, the results showed that most of the respondents were exposed to cigarette smoke, namely 34 respondents or 81.0% and the remaining only 8 respondents (19%) who had no exposure to cigarette smoke. Based on these data, it can be concluded that most children under five are exposed to cigarette smoke. Conclusion: The factors that influence the increasing prevalence of ARI are redidental density,smoking/behavior and mining activities that are very at risk for suffering from ARI disease
Factors Related to the Achievement of the Target of the Maternal and Child Health Program at the Konawe District Health Center Samrudin Djafar; Sunarsih Sunarsih; Tasnim Tasnim; Anry Hariadhin Depu
Waluya The International Science of Health Journal Vol. 1 No. 2 (2022): Waluya The International Science Of Health Journal
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.54883/wish.v1i2.7

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Introduction: Based on the Konawe District Health Profile, it is known that in general the trend of delivery assistance coverage by health workers is known to be 91.20% in 2014, in 2015 there was no increase, namely 91.20%, for 2016 it decreased to 72.80%, for 2017 also increased to 75.70% but in 2018 it decreased drastically to 61.10%. Method: This type of research is quantitative using a cross-sectional design, the research was conducted at the Konawe district health center, with a population of 29 health centers and a sample of 27 health centers and there were 5 people representing 1 health center so that the total sample of the study was 135 respondents. Result: It is known from the results of data analysis and obtained the value of X2Count or Chi- Square 66,849 > from 3.841 or X2table and a Phi value of 0.587 which means it has a moderate relationship between ability and the achievement of the MCH program. It is known from the results of data analysis and obtained the value of X2Count or Chi-Square 72.824 > from 3,841 or X2table and the value of Phi 0.603 which means it has a strong relationship between motivation and the achievement of the MCH program. Conclusion: There is a moderate relationship between the ability of health workers and the Maternal Health Program and a strong relationship between the motivation of health workers and the Maternal and Child Health Program.
Factors Relating to the Success of the Health Information System at the Buton District Health Center Sitti Marni Dilla; Tasnim Tasnim; Yunita Amraeni; Arizka Selviana
Waluya The International Science of Health Journal Vol. 1 No. 2 (2022): Waluya The International Science Of Health Journal
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29 Introduction: Program planning that has been carried out so far has not been carried out according to procedures due to inadequate human resources; organizing; Cooperation and Coordination; strengthening of data sources; management of data on utilization and development of resources, operation of the Electronic Health System; development of Health Information System; weak monitoring and evaluation; and there is no coaching and supervision. The purpose of the study was to determine the factors related to the success of the health information system at the health center in the Buton district. Method: This type of research is quantitative using a cross-sectional study design. This research has been carried out from January to February 2022. The population is all officers who are considered to have a role and responsibility for health services in the Buton district. with a total of 579 health workers in the Buton district who work at the Health Center, with a sample of 90 respondents using the Simple Random Sampling technique. Result: Study found that there was a relationship between planning, organizing, cooperation, and coordination factors, strengthening data sources, data management, resource utilization and development, electronic system operation, monitoring, and evaluation of the Health Information System at the Buton District Health Center. Conclusion: It is suggested the importance of monitoring and evaluating the readiness of the Health Center in implementing a more optimal Health Information System based on the completeness of the infrastructure, adding human resources according to the field.
The Development of Cases of Acute Respiratory Infections (ARI) in the Mining Environment of PT. Antam Kumoro Village Pomalaa District 2019-2021 Komang Ayi Sukma; Erwin Azizi Jayadipraja; Mulyadi Prasetyo; Timbul Supodo; Sunarsih Sunarsih
Waluya The International Science of Health Journal Vol. 1 No. 2 (2022): Waluya The International Science Of Health Journal
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.54883/wish.v1i2.9

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Introduction: The mining industry not only has a positive impact on the regional economy but also has an impact on decreasing air quality, which triggers an increase in the incidence of acute respiratory infections (ARI). This study aims to examine the development of ARI cases in the mining environment of PT Antam, Kumoro Village, Pomalaa District in 2019-2021. Method: The research design used is descriptive research with a time series approach. The population and research sample are secondary data on ARI cases in Kumoro Village, Pomalaa District in 2019-2021. Results: The number of ARI cases in 2019 was 179 cases, in 2020 there were 43 cases, and in 2021 there were 70 cases. Conclusion: During 2019-2021, cases of ARI in Kumoro Village, Pomalaa District fluctuated caused of the impact of mining activities
Analysis of Increasing Case of Acute Respiratory Infections (ARI) in Nickel Mining Environment in Pomalaa District, Kolaka Regency, Southeast Sulawesi Musrifa Kudus; Erwin Azizi Jayadipraja; Amir Syam; Lili Suriani
Waluya The International Science of Health Journal Vol. 1 No. 2 (2022): Waluya The International Science Of Health Journal
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.54883/wish.v1i2.10

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Introduction: The mining process that has been carried out for a long time in large quantities often ignores environmental sustainability which in the end can result in various negative impacts that are felt in the short and long term. The purpose of the study was to determine the level of air pollution by Nickel dust and to analyze the relationship between exposure to Nickel dust and ARI disease in people living around the Nickel mining industry in Pomalaa District. Method: This study uses a cross-sectional design using a non-interventional type of research conducted in residential areas around the mining area of ​​PT Aneka Tambang Tbk, Kolaka Regency, Southeast Sulawesi Province as a mining designation area, namely in Pomalaa District. Result: The results showed that the average outdoor air quality for the S02 parameter in the designated area was higher than in the non-designated area, as well as for the N02 parameter, for the H2S parameter in both areas the average value was the same, but for the PM10 value in the designated area is higher than in the non-designated area, while the temperature, humidity, and wind speed in the two areas are almost the same. Conclusion: This is in line with the results of research conducted by Qomariyatus S (in 2007) conducted around the coal mine of PT Aneka Tambang,Southeast Sulawesi showed that the level of respirable dust in the field slightly exceeded the normal threshold value of 2.19 mg/m3.
Factors Related to the Utilization of Health Services in the Outstanding Unit in the Regional General Hospital of Buton North Regency Syafruddin Syafruddin; La Ode Saafi; Erwin Azizi Jayadipraja; Timbul Supodo; Sunarsih Sunarsih
Waluya The International Science of Health Journal Vol. 1 No. 2 (2022): Waluya The International Science Of Health Journal
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.54883/wish.v1i2.11

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Introduction: Service utilization is the use of service facilities provided either in the form of outpatient care, inpatient care, home visits by health workers or other forms of utilization of these services based on the availability and continuity of services, public acceptance and fairness, easily accessible by the community, affordable, and quality. Method: This research is quantitative research with a cross-sectional study design. The population in this study amounted to 352 respondents. The sample size is 187 respondents. Result: The average significance of respondents to four variables, the variable of health service availability is 0.000, the variable of access to health services is 0.002, the variable is cost affordability, the value is 0.000, the variable of Service Acceptance is 0.000. Of the four variables have a relationship with the utilization of outpatient health services. Conclusion: The average the four variables with the level of trust that exists based on the significance number has factors related to the utilization of health services which are quite closely related to the condition and situation of hospital services when patients make visits.