Devi Octaviana
Public Health Department, Medical Faculty, Jenderal Soedirman University

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Malaria Community Health Workers in Eliminating Malaria in Banyumas Regency Rejeki, Dwi Sarwani Sri; Nurlaela, Sri; Octaviana, Devi; Kusnanto, Hari; Murhandarwati, Elsa Herdiana
Jurnal Kesehatan Masyarakat Vol 12, No 1 (2016): JURNAL KESEHATAN MASYARAKAT (KEMAS) JULY 2016
Publisher : Jurusan Ilmu Kesehatan Masyarakat Fakultas Ilmu Keolahragaan

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Banyumas has not reached the elimination of malaria yet. One of the efforts is done by community empowerment by establishing malaria Community Health Workers (CHWs/JMD). JMD are people who conduct the discovery and medication of malaria in Active Case Detection (ACD). The research aims at describing JMDs attitude and knowledge towards the malaria elimination in Banyumas Regency in 2015. Quantitative research with cross sectional design was performed in the study. There were 15 JMDs spreading across in 7 public health centers/Puskesmas. The results show that most of JMDs were male with primary education background. They are mostly employed and do not join any training within 3 years. The average age of JMDs is 48.4 years old although there are some workers who are over 65 years old. 33.3% of JMDs are in low-medium categories, and there are 26.7% JMDs who have negative attitude to malaria. All JMDs have less skill such as not to do home visits as scheduled, not to do periodic reports, not to send blood preparations immediately and unstandardized of the blood preparation.
APLIKASI TEHNOLOGI SISTEM INFORMASI GEOGRAFIS UNTUK MENINGKATKAN SISTEM SURVEILANS PENYAKIT MENULAR DI KABUPATEN BANYUMAS Wijayanti, Siwi Pramatama Mars; Octaviana, Devi; Anandari, Dian
Jurnal Abdimas Vol 22, No 2 (2018): Desember 2018
Publisher : Lembaga Penelitian dan Pengabdian Masyarakat (LP2M), Universitas Negeri Semarang

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  Kemampuan analisis dan penyajian data dari petugas surveilans merupakan hal yang sangat penting untuk memaksimalkan tugasnya. Kebanyakan petugas surveilans masih menggunakan analisis data sederhana seperti excell untuk analisis data. Padahal dengan tehnologi sistem informasi geografis, petugas surveilans dapat menganalisis dan menyajikan data penyakit di lapangan dalam bentuk yang lebih menarik dan variatif seperti peta. Oleh karena itu, dalam kegiatan pengabdian ini, dilakukan pelatihan Geographic Information System (GIS) dengan software ArcGIS 10.2. Pelatihan diisi oleh trainer profesional selama 1 hari dengan 33 orang peserta yakni petugas surveilans se Kabupaten Banyumas. Materi yang diberikan seperti penggunaan software untuk membuat peta, pemanfaatan HP android untuk membuat titik koordinat. Peserta mempraktikan sendiri penggunaan software di laptop laptop masing masing dengan  harapan segera dapat diterapkan untuk pekerjaannya sebagai petugas surveilans. Saran ke depan, petugas surveilans harus memanfaatkan tehnologi seperti GIS untuk menambah kompetensinya untuk meningkatan kualitas sistem surveilans.   
Malaria Community Health Workers in Eliminating Malaria in Banyumas Regency Rejeki, Dwi Sarwani Sri; Nurlaela, Sri; Octaviana, Devi; Kusnanto, Hari; Murhandarwati, Elsa Herdiana
KEMAS: Jurnal Kesehatan Masyarakat Vol 12, No 1 (2016)
Publisher : Department of Public Health, Faculty of Sport Science, Universitas Negeri Semarang

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Banyumas has not reached the elimination of malaria yet. One of the efforts is done by community empowerment by establishing malaria Community Health Workers (CHWs/JMD). JMD are people who conduct the discovery and medication of malaria in Active Case Detection (ACD). The research aims at describing JMDs attitude and knowledge towards the malaria elimination in Banyumas Regency in 2015. Quantitative research with cross sectional design was performed in the study. There were 15 JMDs spreading across in 7 public health centers/Puskesmas. The results show that most of JMDs were male with primary education background. They are mostly employed and do not join any training within 3 years. The average age of JMDs is 48.4 years old although there are some workers who are over 65 years old. 33.3% of JMDs are in low-medium categories, and there are 26.7% JMDs who have negative attitude to malaria. All JMDs have less skill such as not to do home visits as scheduled, not to do periodic reports, not to send blood preparations immediately and unstandardized of the blood preparation.
Impact of Health Education on Knowledge and Awareness of Multidrug-Resistant Tuberculosis in Banyumas Regency, Indonesia Octaviana, Devi; Wijayanti, Siwi; Nurlaela, Sri
Kes Mas: Jurnal Fakultas Kesehatan Masyarakat Vol 13, No 1 (2019): Kes Mas: Jurnal Fakultas Kesehatan Masyarakat
Publisher : Universitas Ahmad Dahlan

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Background: The increased case of multidrug-resistant tuberculosis (MDR-TB) in the community required more prevention efforts to reduce the cases. Lack of knowledge and awareness in the community could be one of the causes of this problem. The study aimed  are to analyse the effectiveness of health education to increase knowledge and awareness of people to MDR-TB. Methods: A quasi-experiment study with one-group pretest-and posttest design was used in this study. 32 respondents were included in this study with exclusion and inclusion criteria. Intervention carried out in the form of counselling to respondent for 1.5 hours with additional methods such as leaflets, modules and posters. Results: This study showen that health education could improve knowledge (5.45%) and awareness (3.59%) of participants about MDR-TB. Based on bivariate analysis, it is showed that there were no significant differences in knowledge of respondents pre and post-intervention however, there were significant differences in awareness of respondent. Conclusion: This study recommended the implementation of health education more intensively to the community about MDR-TB. The application of various media in health education was also important to improve transfer knowledge to the community. Improvement of knowledge and awareness of people about MDR-TB was a crucial aspect to conduct effective prevention effort of this disease. Keywords: tuberculosis; multi-drug; resistant