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Asertive Training As A Control Efforts Angry Emotions In Teenagers

Dinarwiyata, Dinarwiyata, Wijayanti, Dyah, Fadilah, Nikmatul

Health Notions Vol 2 No 10 (2018): October 2018
Publisher : Humanistic Network for Science and Technology (Address: Cemara street 25, Ds/Kec Sukorejo, Ponorogo, East Java, Indonesia 63453)

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One of types of normal human emotion is being angry. Unadaptive anger is passive and aggressive, meanwhile, adaptive anger is assertive. Adolescent phase is critical phase in searching for self identity. Uncontrol anger in adolescent phase causes violent behavior and it has negative impact for the personnel, group, and environment. Moreover, this research aimed at identifying the influence of assertive training against the control of teenager’s anger at Junior High School in Surabaya, East Java-Indonesia. The researchers utilized queasy experiment method through pretest – posttest approach with control group by utilizing consecutive sampling technique. Meanwhile, data collection utilized questionnaire. There were two kinds of questionnaires which were used, which were for screening and for prepost-test. Assertive training aimed at improving teenager’s control while they were angry. Research result showed that the decrease of anger was significant between before and after being given assertive training (p < 0.05). The difference of anger score between in control group and in treatment group was significant (p = 0.05). However, assertive training could be used as alternative way in order to improve teenager’s control while they were in angry emotion rather than other therapies. Keywords: Assertive training, Teenager, Anger

Availability and Diversity of Health Human Resources at Public Health Center (PHC) In Indonesia

Prasetyowati, Ayu, Handayani, Meliana

Health Notions Vol 2 No 10 (2018): October 2018
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Health human resource is a strategic issue in the implementation of government’s primary health services in Indonesia. The problem of distribution of both the number and diversity of health human resources in Indonesia is still a problem, making it more difficult to achieve the national health development goals equally. This is a descriptive research with literature review approach. Study literature was conducted by reviewing the regulation in Indonesia, journal and other articles related to health human resource problem. Distribution of health human resources at Public Health Center (PHC) in Indonesia is not evenly distributed. Some of PHC have health workers exceed the standards, while others are shortage of health personnel. In addition, the problem of synchronization of health human resources data derived from documents issued by the central and local governments is still a problem in Indonesia. It is necessary to formulate the planning of health human resource needs in each primary health care, this is due to differences in characteristics and needs. Central and local government work together to solve health human resource problems in Indonesia both on availability, diversity and quality of health human resources.  Keywords: Availability, Diversity of types, Health human resources.

Iron and Vitamin C Supplements for Young Women With Anemia at Islamic Boarding School Addanuriyah Semarang

Hastuti, Witri, Widiati, Amrih

Health Notions Vol 2 No 10 (2018): October 2018
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DETERMINANTS OF DENTAL NURSE’S DECISION TO CONTINUE THREE YEARS DIPLOMA THROUGH THE RECOGNITION OF PRIOR LEARNING (RPL) PROGRAM

Edi, Imam Sarwo, Suryanto, Suryanto, Triyoga, Rika Subarniati, Setyowati, Anggi

Health Notions Vol 2 No 10 (2018): October 2018
Publisher : Humanistic Network for Science and Technology (Address: Cemara street 25, Ds/Kec Sukorejo, Ponorogo, East Java, Indonesia 63453)

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There are many dental nurses with vocational high school or one year diploma degree. The aim of this study was to analyze various factors that influence the decision of dental nurses with a vocational high school or one year diploma degree to continue three years diploma through the RPL program. The sample of this study was 100 dental nurses in the East Java who worked at hospital or primary health care (PUSKESMAS). This was a cross-sectional study. We used logistic Regression to analyze the data, first step was characteristic and external factor influence on decision to join RPL, second step was the effect characteristic and external factor influence on decision to join RPL amplified by psychological factors. The results showed that 1) there was an influence of characteristics on dental nurses’ decision 2) There was no influence of external factors on dental nurses’ decision. 3) Psychological factors strengthen the influence of characteristics on dental nurses’ decision and 4) Psychological factors do not strengthen the influence of external factors on dental nurses’ decision. Further research is needed to develop characteristic and psychological among dental nurse to continue three years diploma through RPL.   Keywords: Dental nurses, Education, Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)

Optimation Ca-Alginate Beads as Drug Reservoir in the Patch System for Model Anti-Inflammatory Drug

Hendradi, Esti, Isnaeni, Isnaeni, Mahmudah, Rifaatul

Health Notions Vol 2 No 9 (2018): September 2018
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The aim of this study was to optimize the use of Ca-Alginates beads as a drug reservoir in the patch system with and without freeze-drying process. Meloxicam, an anti-inflammatory non-steroidal drug, was used as a drug model. Ca-alginate beads were prepared by ionic gelation method using polymer alginate and cross-linker CaCl2. The beads were evaluated for its melting temperature, FTIR spectra, and entrapment efficiency. The FTIR study showed the loss of guluronic peaks of alginate caused by a cross-linking process with Ca2+, characteristics peaks of meloxicam still appeared indicating the compatibility of the drug with the polymers used. The using Ca-alginate beads without freeze-drying process as a drug reservoir resulted in a very wet patch that was difficult to dry, cracked surface, and pharmaceutically not acceptable. Meanwhile, patch using Ca-alginate beads with the freeze-drying process as a drug reservoir demonstrated satisfactory characteristics with minimum weight variation among the patches that lead to giving uniformity in the drug content.

Demographic Characteristics and the Performance of Supervisors of Swallowing Drugs in Parepare, Indonesia

Syarifuddin, Syarifuddin, Wahyuni, Chatarina Umbul, Melania, Soenarnatalina

Health Notions Vol 2 No 6 (2018): June 2018
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Standardization of Midwifery Education in Efforts to Improve Professionalism in Midwifery Services in Indonesia

Kasiati, Klanting

Health Notions Vol 2 No 4 (2018): April 2018
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Hypoglycemic effect of banana peel extract (Musa Paradisiaca Var Kepok) in New Zealand White Diabetes Hyperlipidemia

Samiasih, Amin, Subagio, Hertanto Wahyu, Dharmana, Edi, Susanto, Hardono

Health Notions Vol 2 No 11 (2018): November 2018
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Introduction: banana peels just end up in the trash to date. It needs to be thought of waste processing into a more useful product for health. This study aims to determine the effect of peel extract (Musa Paradisiaca var. kapok) toward the blood sugar level of New Zealand White (NZW) rabbits which have diabetes hyperlipidemia. Method: 27 male New Zealand White rabbit, age 4 months, average weight 1.5-2 kg. The raw materials of the ethanol extract were Musa Paradisiaca Var Kepok peels that were obtained from Traditional Market, Demak, Central Java Indonesia. Type of experimental laboratory research was conducted with a randomized control design pre-posttest design. The 104-day study was conducted at LPPT unit 4 UGM that has been standardized internationally. Results: The test results of repeated ANOVA on the blood sugar group 1 (O1) shows that at least 2 measurement times that had significantly different mean values with p-value= 0.003 <0.05. The result of the Friedman test on the blood sugar level for group 2 (O2) showed that at least 2 measurement times having mean value was significantly different with p-value= 0.001 <0.05. The group 3 (O3) indicated that at least 2 measurement times had significantly different value mean with p-value= 0.045 <0.05. There are the differences on blood sugar levels in each group and at each measurement time. Administration of ethanol extract of musa paradisiaca var kepok peels in the group (O1) with dose 200mg / kg bb and dose of 400mg / kg bb in group 2 (O2) have the same effect of hypoglycemia. Conclusion: an ethanol extract of musa paradisiaca var kepok peels have a hypoglycemia effect on New Zealand White rabbit with Diabetic Hyperlipidemia.

Navigating the Storm: Integrative Review of Attrition Factors Among Undergraduate Nursing Students

de Leon, Carmela Theresa Timbol

Health Notions Vol 2 No 9 (2018): September 2018
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Studies have been conducted worldwide on attrition, a persistent issue affecting nursing education. Most focus on predictive factors of attrition or at-risk populations. Few focus on those who experienced it and their actual reasons. This integrative review seeks to investigate published literature, both qualitative and quantitative researches about actual or perceived factors that lead to temporary or permanent attrition among undergraduate nursing students. The review includes eight articles published in major health literature databases from 1996 to 2016. The lack of a unified definition of attrition is a major limitation in various studies. Findings reveal that there is no single reason why a student decided to leave. The complex factors identified were thematically grouped in three systems utilizing the Micro-meso-macro System Framework of personal (micro-system), institutional (meso-system) and professional (macro-system) levels. Better conceptual and operational definition of attrition is needed to facilitate more accurate reporting in institutions of higher education. Stakeholders affected by nursing student attrition need to address each identified factor in the multiple and inter-related levels to determine a comprehensive and collaborative plan to address the growing issue of attrition in nursing education.     

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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