Proceedings of the International Conference on Health and Well-Being (ICHWB 2021)

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A Sleep Quality in Undergraduate and Clerkship Students during the COVID-19 Pandemic

Nailena Widya Rahmawati, Yuhanida Ratnasari, Sulistyani Sulistyani, Iin Novita Nurhidayati Mahmuda, Adriesti Hardaeta
Since sleeping has a vital role in learning and practice, as well as physical health. Having a good sleep quality helps maintain executive cognitive functions, sensorimotor integration, concentration, and memory processing. Nevertheless the COVID-19 pandemic leads to make any changes in sleep schedule...
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Review of the Antidepressants Effectiveness for Reducing the Quality and Quantity Symptoms of Irritable Bowel Syndrome

Syahrun El Mubaraq, Zaid Ziyaadatulhuda Ashshddiq, Erna Herawati
Background: IBS or irritable bowel syndrome was one of the functional gastrointestinal disorder in lower gastrointestinal system. The exact pathogenesis mechanisms were still not well studied, however there were several strong evidences that shown there were signalling problems link between ENS (enteric...
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The Effect of Vitamin D Supplement as Analgesic in Low Back Pain Patients: A Literature Review

Martdwitanti Ajeng Kumalaningtyas, Devi Usdiana Rosyidah, Sulistyani Sulistyani, Dodik Nursanto
Background: Low back pain (LBP) is a musculoskeletal disease characterized by severe pain in the lower back that originates in the spine’s muscles, nerves, and other organs. Adults experience 50-80 percent of the symptoms, and it is the leading cause of disability when compared to other diseases. One...
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Anti-Asthmatic Potential of Blungsu Ciplukan (Passiflora foetida L.) Leaf Extract in an Asthma Model in Mice

Nabil Nawal Sarif, Ratih Pramuningtyas, Alessandro Melanio Putra Pratama, Efo Dika Permana, Stommy Agung Nurullah
A report from the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Indonesia in 2018 revealed that the proportion of asthma recurrence within 12 months at all ages was still very high. It signifies that, so far, the therapy has not been effective. In fact, Passiflora foetida L. has the potential as an anti-asthma...
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The Benefits of UVB Exposure to Covid-19: A Literature Review Study

Aulia Siti Fatimah, Burhannudin Ichsan
COVID-19 is a disease caused by SARS CoV-2, which has infected almost all countries globally and designated by WHO as a pandemic until now. COVID-19 has caused multiple mortalities and affected many material and non-material losses. Many public authorities and researchers have contributed to dealing...
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Depression Levels of Undergraduate and Clerkship Medical Students during the COVID-19 Pandemic

Novita Ardilla, Ratna Kumala Luthfi, Iin Novita Nurhayati Mahmuda, Sulistyani Sulistyani, Adriesti Hardaeta
The COVID-19 pandemic brought complex challenges for global public health, research and medical communities. Medical students face unique challenges during the pandemic, including disruption of pre-clinical and clinical training. Many students had distance learning as their main course delivery mode,...
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The Effectiveness of Ethanolic Extract of Centella asiatica (L.) on Healing Minor Recurrent Aphthous Stomatitis in Wistar Male Rats (Rattus norvegicus)

Safitri Dwiwandari Khofifah, Nilasary Rochmanita Suparno, Morita Sari, Muhammad Rafi Vernanda, Nur Miftakhan Ilmi Tsabitul Azmi
One of the most common oral diseases is Recurrent Aphthous Stomatitis (RAS) and the most common form is Minor RAS. Gotu kola leaves (Centella asiatica (L.) Urban) contain active components that can help the healing process that widely used as traditional medicine. The aim of this study was to determine...
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Acceptance of Brownies Suweg (Amorphophallus paeoniifolius) Substituted with Mung Bean (Vigna radiata)

Bela Monica Anggraeni, Setyaningrum Rahmawaty
Suweg, Indonesian name for Elephant foot yam (Amorphophallus paeoniifolius) is a local root crop of Indonesia that rich in carbohydrate with low glycemic index and high fiber that potentially developed as healthy food product by adding source of protein, e.g. mung bean (Vigna radiata). The aim of this...
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Protective Effect of Green Tea Extract on Leptin and Lipid Profile Levels as Result of Induction of Depot Medroxyprogesterone Acetate

Endang Sri Wahyuni, Maryatun Maryatun, Nora Veri, Elly Susilawati, Lely Firrahmawati, Endah Sri Wahyuni
Objective: The purpose of this study was to investigate the effects of administration of green tea extract in reducing visceral fat, leptin level, and improvement of lipid profile in female rats injected with depot medroxyprogesterone acetate (DMPA). Material and methods: A total of thirty Rattus norvegicus...
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Energy, Protein Intake, and Chronic Energy Deficiency in Pregnant Women: A Critical Review

Rana Faizatul Izzati, M Mutalazimah
Introduction: The prevalence of pregnant women with Chronic Energy Deficiency (CED) is 14.8%, which is still above the threshold for public health problems for pregnant women at risk of CED. CED is a nutritional problem caused by lack of food intake for a long time, a matter of years. Nutritional intake...
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Correlation between Family Income and Stunting among Toddlers in Indonesia: A Critical Review

Ihza Mustika Rahma, M Mutalazimah
Background: Toddlers aged 12 months to 59 months, are included in the nutritional vulnerable group and easily suffer from nutritional problems such as stunting. Based on the results of the Ministry of Health’s basic health publications in 2018, the prevalence of stunting in toddlers in Indonesia reached...
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Identification of Community Trust: A Case Study of the Covid-19 Vaccine Discovery Phenomenon

Nila Lestari, Nida Amalia, Ghozali Ghozali, Sri Sunarti, Kresna Febriyanto, Gandi Puad Pratama, Julia Tri Astuti, Erliga Nur Hikmah, Badrani Abbas Al-Fajri
People’s beliefs or beliefs are at the core of aspects of behavior, culture, norms, values and habits that influence a person’s perception and actions towards an object. Public trust in vaccines is an important issue that must be considered because a person’s lack of interest in vaccinating can lead...
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Comparison of Microbiological Quality of Well Water and Contaminated River Water in Open Defecation Area

Mitoriana Porusia, Rezania Asyfiradayati, Shesa Ratna Suryaning Putri, Sarsa Shahila Dwinanda
Introduction: At the end of 2019, Mulyoharjo village in Pemalang regency, Indonesia, had not reached an Open Defecation Free (ODF) status and diarrhea was frequent in the area. Some houses located by the river have no septic tank and dispose of the stool to the river. The local river water was contaminated,...
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Characterization of Morbidity and Mortality due to COVID-19 Associated with Diabesity in Rural Areas

Jaksavit Portal, Francisca García, Carmen Klinar, Ysabel Massironi, Carina Castro
Purpose: Identify the morbidity and mortality factors due to COVID-19 in patients with diabesity according to the records of two pharmaceutical offices in the La Venta sector, Ica. Methodology: An observational, longitudinal, and prospective descriptive study was carried out, with a quantitative data...
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Psychoeducation to Maintain Community Psychological Well-Being During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Ismiyati Yuliatun, Tarmilia Tarmilia, Nur Ramadhani, Kumaidi Kumaidi
The purpose of this activity is to provide an understanding to the public how to maintain psychological well-being during the COVID-19 pandemic. The method of implementation the activity is by providing education about stress during the pandemic and psychological well-being, factors that support psychological...
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Self-Compassion Mediates Religiosity and Social Support for the Psychological Well-Being of Health Workers During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Ulfiyatun Ni’mah, Lusi Nuryanti
The COVID-19 pandemic has an impact on the psychological well-being of health workers. This study aims to examine the role of self-compassion as a mediator of the relationship between religiosity and social support with the psychological well-being of health workers during the COVID-19 pandemic. Research...
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Determinants of Nurse Job Satisfaction in Hospitals

A Literature Review

Dyah Ashari Putri Dewi, Sri Darnoto, Noor Alis Setiyadi
Nurse job satisfaction can be assessed based on the measurement of the difference between expectations and the reality of their real experience at work. Nurse job satisfaction needs to be specifically addressed because if nurse job satisfaction can be achieved it will benefit and affect the quality of...
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Work Stress and Job Satisfaction of Nurses During The Covid-19 Pandemic

Ana Zakiyah, Iswati Iswati, Ika Ainur Rofi’ah, Sela Tri Cahyani
Job satisfaction is a positive emotional state that arises from an assessment of one’s work or work experience. Low nurse job satisfaction still occurs in developing countries. The situation of the Covid-19 pandemic resulted in job demands and increased nurse workloads that have the potential to cause...
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The Effectiveness of Health Education on the Knowledge Level of Cadres about Stunting

Irdawati Irdawati, Abi Muhlisin, Muwakhidah Muwakhidah, Afifah Ayu Syaiful, Azizah Ridha Syaiful
Background: Stunting is a condition of failure to thrive in children under five due to chronic malnutrition, especially in the first 1000 days of life. A child is classified as stunted if the length or height according to age is lower than the applicable national standard. It is essential to measure...
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Analysis of the Relationship Between Knowledge and Attitudes of Nurses on the Implementation of Universal Precautions During The Covid-19 Pandemic

Lisnadiyanti Lisnadiyanti, Nursalam Nursalam, Nani Asna Dewi, Yuli Utami, Sondang Manurung
Universal precaution is an effort that is expected to reduce the risk of infection transmission to health workers, especially during the current pandemic. It aims to determine the relationship between knowledge and attitudes of nurses with universal precaution quality. A cross-sectional descriptive correlational...
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The Effect of Aromatherapy of Cardamom on Chemotherapy Induced Nausea and Vomiting Among Cancer Patients

D Hudiyawati, AN Devi, FN Rosyid, P Primalia
Chemotherapy is one of the therapies for cancer patients with side effects of nausea and vomiting. Nausea and vomiting experienced by the patient can be a new problem and cause a decrease in health. Aromatherapy is a therapy that can reduce nausea and vomiting. This study aimed to determine the effect...
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The Effect of Flipped Classroom Learning in Learning Motivation on Nursing Student Program During the Covid-19 Pandemic

Nurlaila Fitriani, Arum Pratiwi, Chlara Yunita Prabawati, Enita Dewi
The purpose of this study is to identify the effectiveness of the use of Flipped Classroom on student learning motivation during the covid-19 pandemic in nursing pedagogical learning models (adults). The learning of the nursing profession demands more practice than theory. In order to make it easier...
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The Psychological Experiences of the Diabetes Patients in a Community Life

Arum Pratiwi, D Hudiyawati, A Muhlisin, Ratnawati Ratnawati, Nurlaila Fitriani
Background: Psychological response is one of the group symptoms that is crucial to control to achieve positive coping mechanisms. Some patients adequately manage the problem; on the other hand, others appear unable to handle anxieties, fear, and depression. Understanding the psychological responses like...
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E-Health Based Heart Failure Intervention: Systematic Literature Review

Lisa Novia Safitri, Dian Hudiyawati
Patients with heart failure patients. This case in an increased incidence of mortality and rehospitalization. Monitoring and controlling are needed to improve the quality of life and self-care to improve health. The e-health telemonitoring intervention is a breakthrough to overcome this. Purpose: Review...
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Effect of Card Filling Training on Elderly Road-to-Health Card (KMS) through Role-Play Method to Increase Cadre Knowledge

Wachidah Yuniartika, Ramdhani Faizul Ihrom, Susi Khoirunisa
Background: Health cadres are implementers of integrated service post (posyandu) activities and have a significant role in applying the integrated service post (posyandu) program in the community. One of the cadres’ activities is filling out Road-to-Health Card (KMS) which is used for early diagnosis....
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Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation in COVID-19 Patients with Acute Respiratory Disorder Syndrome: Literature Review

Puji Nurani, Fahrun Nur Rosyid
Background: COVID-19 is an infectious disease caused by acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2). It develops into acute respiratory distress and the majority of affected patients are placed under respiratory assistance in the intensive care unit. Furthermore, several efforts have been made...
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Efforts to Increase Family Planning Acceptors as an Indicator of Success in Family Planning Villages in Kembangkuning, Cepogo, Central Java, Indonesia

Sulastri Sulastri, Diah Ayu Agus Triana
The Indonesian government in an effort to control population growth and improve the quality of life has formed a family planning program or it can be shortened to FP Villages with the aim of improving the quality of families so that a sense of security, peace and hope for a better future can arise in...
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Nurses’ Knowledge and Attitudes Towards Pressure Ulcer Prevention: Literature Review

Gusti Ayu Putu Krisna Dewi, Supratman Supratman, Nurlaila Fitriani, Vinami Yulian
Introduction: Pressure ulcer is one of important complication and frequently happens to inpatients. Moreover, pressure ulcer has a significant impact on patients’ life quality. Nurses have a critical role in the prevention of pressure ulcer. Several treatments to prevent pressure ulcer e.g. wound dressing,...
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The Effectiveness of Therapeutic Exercise in Improving Pain and Quality of Life Young Women with Primary Dysmenorrhea: A Systematic Review

W Wahyuni, Nor Azlin Mohd Nordin, M Mutalazimah
Dysmenorrhea or menstrual pain is one of the health problems of many young women of all ages and races that cause them to be absent from their job. Globally more than 50% of young women report dysmenorrhea, with 10-20% experiencing severity. Although dysmenorrhea has a negative impact on a woman’s life,...
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The Relationship Between Obesity and Level of Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS): Literature Review

Ai Sita Nurain, Sri Wahyu Basuki, Yuni Prastyo Kurniati, Retno Sintowati
Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is a condition related with genetics, obesity, insulin resistance, and hyperandrogen causes menstrual irregularities, oligo-ovulation or anovulation, infertility, metabolic disorders and others. Obesity has a negative impact on reproductive organs make functional changes...