Petricka, Gracea
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THE CORRELATION AMONG DURATION OF ORAL CONTRACEPTION WITH THE INCIDENCE OF MELASMA IN SUMBERWUDI, LAMONGAN, EAST JAVA, INDONESIA

Proceedings of the International Conference on Applied Science and Health No 1 (2017)
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Background: An increasing of estrogen in the body including consumption certain pills, excessive exposure to sunlight, or even by pregnancy, may cause various effects such as as melasma, brown pigmentation that can occur in women, appeared in certain organs Aims: The objective was to analyse the relationship between duration of use of oral birth control pills combined with the occurrence of melasma. Methods: This is an analytical research using cross-sectional approach involved 17 respondents who were selected by a purposive sampling technique. Inclusion criteria for this study was as acceptor oral pill combinations at least 30 days or have taken one blister. In this study, the research instrument used was an open questionnaire and observation. Data was then analysed by parametric statistic using fishers exact. Results: The results found the combined oral pill acceptors complained emergence of black spots on the face in a period of more than 2 years of use whereas previously unheard. Conclusion: Based on the results, health workers in the provision of counselling to patients about the side effects of the combined oral pill black spots face (melasma). Thus, acceptors got enough for knowledge and able to cope with the occurrence of dark spots face (melasma). 

CORRELATION BETWEEN MOTIVATION AND STUDENTS ACHIEVEMENT IN MIDWIFERY CARE AND DELIVERY PROGRAM IN AISYIYAH UNIVERSITY YOGYAKARTA

Proceedings of the International Conference on Applied Science and Health No 1 (2017)
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Background: Universitas Aisyiyah Yogyakarta is one of the universities that has implemented Competence Based Curriculum (CBC) system. One of the courses that used CBC system is Midwifery Care in Delivery course, which relates directly to the main job of a midwife. However, there are many students who only obtained C (Unsatisfactory) grade, and they need to retake the course meet the standard grade as determined by Universitas Aisyiyah Yogyakarta. One of the factors influencing study achievement is motivation. Aims: to analyze the relation between study motivation of fourth semester students (academic year 2012/2013) of DIII Midwifery Program, Universitas Aisyiyah Yogyakarta and their achievement in Midwifery Care in Delivery course. Method: This was a quantitative study with analytical survey method and cross sectional approach.Study population was all 223 fourth semester students (academic year 2012/2013) of DIII Midwifery Program, Universitas Aisyiyah Yogyakarta. 143 of them were selected as study subjects. Data was analyzed using Spearman’s Rank Correlation. Results: The majority of fourth semester students of DIII Midwifery Program had medium motivation in Midwifery Care in Delivery course, with the number reached 96 students (67.1%).Most of fourth semester students of DIII Midwifery Program obtained C (Unsatisfactory) grade in Midwifery Care in Delivery course, with the number reached 67 students (46.9%).There was a significant relation between fourth semester students of DIII Midwifery Program motivation and their achievement in Midwifery Care in Delivery course, where the result of Spearman’s Rank Correlation test shows the value of correlation coefficient = 0.723 and p value (0.000) (0.05). Conclusion: There was a relation between learning motivation and their achievement in midwifery care in delivery course with a strong degree of correlation. However, further research is expected to discuss all factors that affect the learning achievement such as environment, interests, talents, intelligence, health, learning way, and other variables that can affect.