Chatarina Umbul Wahyuni
Department Epidemiology, Faculty of Public Health, Universitas Airlangga

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The Efforts to Control and Prevent Cervical Cancer Through Early Detection Using The VIA Test in Health Office of East Java Province Zulham, Riza Muhammad; Wahyuni, Chatarina Umbul; Isfandiari, Muhammad Atoillah; Huda, Hasan
Health Notions Vol 2 No 9 (2018): September 2018
Publisher : Humanistic Network for Science and Technology (Address: Cemara street 25, Ds/Kec Sukorejo, Ponorogo, East Java, Indonesia 63453)

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The Efforts to Control and Prevent Cervical Cancer through Early Detection Using the VIA Test in the East Java Provincial Health Office Zulham, Riza Muhammad; Wahyuni, Chatarina Umbul; Isfandiari, Muhammad Atoillah; Huda, Hasan
Health Notions Vol 2, No 9 (2018): September
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Introduction:Cervical cancer is cancer that affectthe cervix and mostly (99,7%) caused by oncogenic Human Papilloma Virus (HPV). This cancer affect women who is multipara and lack of maintaining of their reproductive health. Cervical cancer cases in East Java Province in 2017 was still high and there were about 3,013 cases. This cervical cancer requiredcontrol and prevention such as screening, finding and following-up the cervical cancer cases, increasing the life quality, and decreasing mortality rate. One of cheap and quick early detection methods for screening of cervical cancer was utilizing of the VIA test method (Visual Inspection of Acetic Acid). Objective:This research aimed to analyze and solve the problem on early detection program for cervical cancer through IVA test method in Health Office of East Java Province- Indonesia. Method:The data of cervical cancer program in 2017 was collected. The data of early detection program for cervical cancer through VIA test method was analyzed and interview was conducted on health program officer and manager of the cervical cancer program to acquire the health program issues. Afterwards, the priority of the issues found on cercival cancer program was determinedusingthe Capability Accessibility Readiness Leverage (CARL) method and the alternative problem solving was determined using NGT (Nominal Group Technique) method. Conclusion:In order to achieve the early detection of cervical cancer case through VIA test method targets/indicators, Health Office of East Java Province needed to conduct network and collaboration with all of related units on the existing cervical cancer program. Health Office of East Java Province also needed to take role actively in increasing the motivation of District Health Office so that they collected and reportedthe record of non-communicable disease surveillance datawell and on time. Keywords: Control, Prevention, Cervical Cancer, CARL, NGT
Hubungan Antara Pencahayaan Rumah, Kepadatan Penghuni dan Kelembaban, dan Risiko Terjadinya Infeksi Tb Anak SD di Kabupaten Jember Prasetyowati, Irma; Wahyuni, Chatarina Umbul
Jurnal Kedokteran Indonesia Vol 1, No 1 (2009)
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Bakcground: Tuberculosis (TB) affected adults and children. The incidence of TB in children was increasing in Jember, East Java. A study from RS Paru Jember found that 17 (11%) students were infected by TB. This figure exceeded that of national level. This study aimed to examine the association between lack of house light, overcrowding, humidity, and the risk of TB infection among elementary school children in Jember.Methods: This was a case control study conducted in Jember, from January to June 2008. A sample consisting of 17 children with TB infection, and 51 children without TB infection was selected for this study. The instrument used in this study included questionnaire, lux meter (for light), and hygrometer (for humidity). Logistic regression and ORs were used to estimate the risk of TB infection.Results: Results showed an association between lack of house light (OR= 16.9; 95%CI= 4.1 to 69.8), over crowding (OR= 4.6; 95%CI= 1.4 to 14.8), and humidity (OR= 1.3; 95%CI= 1.1to 1.5), and the risk of TB infection.Conclusion: Lack of house light, overcrowding, and humidity were associated with increased risk of TB infection. It is suggested that people open the windows and doors every morning, and use some glass roof. Jurnal Kedokteran Indonesia: 1 (1): 88-93Keywords: lighting, overcrowding, humidity, child TB infection
The Effect of Nutritional Status and Contact History toward Childhood Tuberculosis in Jember Nurwitasari, Anasyia; Wahyuni, Chatarina Umbul
Jurnal Berkala Epidemiologi Vol 3, No 2 (2015): Jurnal Berkala Epidemiologi
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ABSTRACTTuberculosis remains one of diseases with highest mortality among other. Indonesia had categorized in one of high burden countries since 2013. WHO estimated the annual global burden of childhood tuberculosis in 2012 was approximately530.000 cases and that up to 74.000 children died that year. The last three years tuberculosis incidence in Jember increased. In 2014, 6,5% of total tuberculosis incidence was childhood tuberculosis. Childhood tuberculosis is a major component in controlling tuberculosis. The objective of this study is to analyze determining factors of childhood tuberculosis incidence in Jember. This study is an analytical observational study using case-control design. The object of this study is children aged 0–14 years who diagnosed with tuberculosis in Jember Paru Hospital. Sampling taken by simple random sampling method. Sampel consisting 24 cases and 48 control. The independent variables is child nutritional status, contact history, long-term contact, and proximity contact. Analysis using Logistic Regression test to determine the influence between two variables. The results show that childhood tuberculosis incidence determined by contact history (p = 0,000; OR = 26,6), long-term contact (p = 0,000; OR = 69), and proximity contact (p = 0,000; OR = 27,1). The conclusion is, contact history, long-term contact, proximity contact determine childhood tuberculosis in Jember. Stakeholder have to do active case finding to break the chain of tuberculosis transmission with early household contact detection.Keywords: nutritional status, childhood tuberculosis, contact history, long-term contact, and proximity contact
Application Database School Health Program in Primary School Level of Surabaya City Armyade, Armyade; Wahyuni, Chatarina Umbul; Hargono, Rachmat
Jurnal Berkala Epidemiologi Vol 3, No 3 (2015): Jurnal Berkala Epidemiologi
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ABSTRACTThe school health program (UKS) is a unit of the existing health activities of the primary school level. Currently the UKS programme has not been able to contribute optimally in an increasing the health of school-age children. This condition is caused due to the UKS programme planning have not been based on data and information related to health problems of school-age children. Constraints which cause yet the existence of the data and information of health problems that school age children recording and reporting system “paper based” incomplete data, and delivery information is not yet in the form of graphs or tables. The purpose of this research to develop a database application UKS primary school level. The scope of this research included implementation of the UKS Trias and recording system and reporting on team Implementing the UKS primary level. This type of research was Action Research. The subject of this research team on implementing the UKS primary level I/240 Sutorejo Surabaya. System analysis of the recording and reporting of the UKS SDN 1/240 Sutorejo found the problem that is the data source that is available only the fields of health care, so that analysis can not be based on Trias UKS. This research resulted in a prototype database of UKS developed based on the results of the analysis recording and reporting system progress on implementing team UKS SDN 1/240 Sutorejo. The prototype database UKS produces health education information, health services, and health coaching school environment that can be used for program planning UKS in managing teams and Puskesmas.. The use of the UKS data base is necessary among other supporting facilities maintenance management system that aims to let the uks programme sustainabilityas well as the monitoring and evaluation activities data base system.Keywords: database, school health program, recording and reporting system.
FAKTOR RISIKO KEJADIAN DIFTERI DI KABUPATEN BLITAR TAHUN 2015 Saifudin, Nanang; Wahyuni, Chatarina Umbul; Martini, Santi
Jurnal Wiyata Penelitian Sains dan Kesehatan Vol 3, No 1 (2016)
Publisher : Institut Ilmu Kesehatan Bhakti Wiyata Kediri

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Latar belakang: Difteri merupakan penyakit yang masih menjadi kejadian luar biasa (KLB) dan menyebabkan kematian. Tujuan: Menganalisis faktor risiko kejadian difteri di Kabupaten Blitar Tahun 2015. Metode: Penelitian observasional-analitik dengan desain case control. Sampel pada kelompok kasus adalah penderita difteri (42 orang) dan pada kelompok control adalah bukan penderita difteri (84 orang). Variabel independen yaitu usia, status imunisasi, kelembaban ruangan, pencahayaan, ventilasi, keberadaan hunian, dan keberadaan sarana pelayanan kesehatan. Analisis data dilakukan dengan uji regresi logistik. Hasil: Hasil penelitian menunjukkan usia OR = 3.94, kelembaban ruangan OR = 60.00, pencahayaan OR = 16.59, ventilasi OR = 22.42, keberadaan sarana pelayanan kesehatan OR = 8.87 berhubungan dengan kejadian difteri. Faktor risiko terhadap kejadian difteri yaitu kelembaban ruangan (OR=29.983) dan pencahayaan (OR=5.115) Simpulan dan saran: Faktor risiko terhadap kejadian difteri yaitu kelembaban ruangan dan pencahayaan. Penelitian selanjutnya dapat menggunakan cakupan wilayah yang lebih sempit agar diketahui pengaruh faktor lingkungan yang spesifik terhadap kejadian difteri.
Social Support and Substance Abuse Relapse Sari, Adelia Perwita; Wahyuni, Chatarina Umbul; Wibowo, Arief
Health Notions Vol 2 No 1 (2018): January, 2018
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Substance abuse is the health problem that affects physical, mental and social health. Rehabilitation program is one of the strategies to reduce the number of addictive substance users but the relapse is common happen to the users that taking rehabilitation. The aim of this study was to assess social support as risk factors for substance abuse relapse. This case-control study was conducted to 39 people in each control and case group. The samples were obtained with simple random sampling. The cases were the person who relapses after completed rehabilitation program, while the controls were the person who still being abstinence after completed rehabilitation program. Data were collected with the questionnaire and analyzed with Chi-square test. The result showed that social support was related to substance abuse relapse (p=0,000). The lack of social support was related to the higher risk of substance abuse relapse (OR=6.92, 95%CI=2.51 – 19.22). The appraisal support was the dominance risk factor  (OR=10.88, 95%CI=3.48 - 33.98) of substance abuse relapse compared to informational, instrumental, and emotional support. The involvement of the source of social support in rehabilitation program is important to help the users stay abstinence  after released from the rehabilitation center.
Application Database School Health Program in Primary School Level of Surabaya City Armyade, Armyade; Wahyuni, Chatarina Umbul; Hargono, Rachmat
Jurnal Berkala Epidemiologi Vol 3, No 3 (2015): Jurnal Berkala Epidemiologi
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The school health program (UKS) is a unit of the existing health activities of the primary school level. Currently the UKS programme has not been able to contribute optimally in an increasing the health of school-age children. This condition is caused due to the UKS programme planning have not been based on data and information related to health problems of school-age children. Constraints which cause yet the existence of the data and information of health problems that school age children recording and reporting system “paper based” incomplete data, and delivery information is not yet in the form of graphs or tables. The purpose of this research to develop a database application UKS primary school level. The scope of this research included implementation of the UKS Trias and recording system and reporting on team Implementing the UKS primary level. This type of research was Action Research. The subject of this research team on implementing the UKS primary level I/240 Sutorejo Surabaya. System analysis of the recording and reporting of the UKS SDN 1/240 Sutorejo found the problem that is the data source that is available only the fields of health care, so that analysis can not be based on Trias UKS. This research resulted in a prototype database of UKS developed based on the results of the analysis recording and reporting system progress on implementing team UKS SDN 1/240 Sutorejo. The prototype database UKS produces health education information, health services, and health coaching school environment that can be used for program planning UKS in managing teams and Puskesmas.. The use of the UKS data base is necessary among other supporting facilities maintenance management system that aims to let the uks programme sustainabilityas well as the monitoring and evaluation activities data base system.Keywords: database, school health program, recording and reporting system.
The Correlation between Family Support with Quality of Life Diabetes Mellitus Type 2 in Pademawu PHC Meidikayanti, Wulan; Wahyuni, Chatarina Umbul
Jurnal Berkala Epidemiologi Vol 5, No 2 (2017): Jurnal Berkala Epidemiologi
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Type 2 diabetes mellitus is type of DM which has suffered by almost 90% people in the world. Type 2 diabetes mellitus require long-term treatment to improve the quality of life. This research aims to analyze the relationship of family support with the quality of life of type 2 diabetes mellitus. Type of research is observational analytic with cross sectional design. The population of the research was patients of type 2 diabetes mellitus who visit the clinic in Pademawu in May-June 2017. The sample is most sufferers DM who perform outpatient Puskesmas in Pademawu May-June 2017. A large sample was 50 respondents which randomly selected or use simple random sampling. The variables examined are the characteristics of respondents (age, gender, level of education, long suffering, complications) and family support. The chi square test results with significance level of 5% (α= 0.05) showed variables which associated with quality of life of type 2 diabetes mellitus significantly is family support (p =0.00) and complications of DM (p = 0.011). The conclusion is the variable family support and complications have significant relationship with the quality of life of type 2 diabetes mellitus in the clinic Pademawu, Pamekasan. The advice is expected for health workers in Clinics Pademawu to further enhance health promotion about the importance of family support programs against sufferers and families to extend the life of sufferers of type 2 diabetes mellitus.Keywords: Type 2 diabetes mellitus, family support, quality of life, non-infection disease
The Effect of Nutritional Status and Contact History toward Childhood Tuberculosis in Jember Nurwitasari, Anasyia; Wahyuni, Chatarina Umbul
Jurnal Berkala Epidemiologi Vol 3, No 2 (2015): Jurnal Berkala Epidemiologi
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Tuberculosis remains one of diseases with highest mortality among other. Indonesia had categorized in one of high burden countries since 2013. WHO estimated the annual global burden of childhood tuberculosis in 2012 was approximately530.000 cases and that up to 74.000 children died that year. The last three years tuberculosis incidence in Jember increased. In 2014, 6,5% of total tuberculosis incidence was childhood tuberculosis. Childhood tuberculosis is a major component in controlling tuberculosis. The objective of this study is to analyze determining factors of childhood tuberculosis incidence in Jember. This study is an analytical observational study using case-control design. The object of this study is children aged 0–14 years who diagnosed with tuberculosis in Jember Paru Hospital. Sampling taken by simple random sampling method. Sampel consisting 24 cases and 48 control. The independent variables is child nutritional status, contact history, long-term contact, and proximity contact. Analysis using Logistic Regression test to determine the influence between two variables. The results show that childhood tuberculosis incidence determined by contact history (p = 0,000; OR = 26,6), long-term contact (p = 0,000; OR = 69), and proximity contact (p = 0,000; OR = 27,1). The conclusion is, contact history, long-term contact, proximity contact determine childhood tuberculosis in Jember. Stakeholder have to do active case finding to break the chain of tuberculosis transmission with early household contact detection.Keywords: nutritional status, childhood tuberculosis, contact history, long-term contact, and proximity contact