Proceedings of the 1st International Conference on Science, Health, Economics, Education and Technology (ICoSHEET 2019)

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Determining the Variation of Public Income and Its Impact on Consumption Patterns in Banten Province

Pramudi Harsono, Watemin, Indra Permana, Aji Priambodo, Dwi Prastio Hadi, Maman Sulaeman
Considerable inequality condition occurs due to differences in ownership of resources and production factors, especially ownership of capital goods. Characteristics of a region have a strong influence on the creation of patterns of economic development. This inconsistency affects the ability to grow...
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Strategies to Increase the Selling Price of Coffee Through Product Diversification

Rina Indrayani, Ragil Pardiyono
Srikandi village is one of the coffee-producing villages in Pangalengan West Java. Most of the population are farmers. During this time the resulting coffee still has a selling price that is not optimal, so this research aims to create a marketing strategy to increase the selling price of coffee. With...
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The Influence of Competence and Locus of Control Towards Government Internal Auditors Performance Mediated by Job Satisfaction at Inspectorate Office of Endez Regency

LD Gadi Djou, Fitri Lukiastuti
The purpose of this study was to examine and analyze the influence of competence and locus of control on the performance of government internal auditors with job satisfaction as an intervening variable. This research is an explanatory research with a quantitative approach. The sample in this study were...
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High Dividend Shares Investment Decision in Indonesia Stock Exchange: Bottom-Up Approach

Eddy Sutjipto, Wawan Setiawan, Dyah N.A. Janie
Investing in the capital market is high risk and return. Hence, investors need to use the right strategy by using the bottom line, primarily to determine the intrinsic value of shares. The problem is currently around 85–90% of capital market players in Indonesia experiencing failure because of using...
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Six Years in Achieving Maqasid Ash-Shariah: The Case of Islamic Commercial Banks in Indonesia

Sartini Wardiwiyono
As an Islamic system of values, ethics, and principles, shariah has an ultimate objective that is to promote the well-being of mankind in the world and the hereafter. Abu-Zahrah further identified the objective of shariah (maqasid al-shariah) into educating people, upholding justice and promoting social...
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Environmental Performance on Environmental Disclosure and Financial Performance: Evidence From Indonesia

Desi Risma Sari, Anna Sumaryati
This study aims to examine the effect of environmental performance on environmental disclosure and financial performance. The population in this study are companies listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange (IDX) in 2010–2017. This research sample uses a purposive sampling method. Based on the purposive...
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Factors Affecting Loading and Unloading Productivity: A Case Study of PT. Tangguh Samudera Jaya

Hartati M. Pakpahan, Syafrianita, Lea Salsa Shania
PT. Tangguh Samudera Jaya is a stevedoring company which operates the wharf 303, 304, and 305 at Terminal 3 in Tanjung Priok Port. Terminal 3 is predominantly serving international container stevedoring and small portions of domestic containers. Every time a vessel berths at Terminal 3 Tanjung Priok...
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The Determining Factor of Good Governance on Government Office Tasikmalaya City

Sri Sudiarti, Nanang Rusliana, Yayat Karyana
This research aims to analyze the determining of good governance in Tasikmalaya city government. The type of research method used by the authors is a deskriftif and associative. The method of analysis is asosaiatif which aims to analyze the relationship of two or more variables. Based on the research...
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Identification of the Determinant Factors of Company Sukuk Rating in Indonesia: Using Profit Management as an Intervening Variable

Nurani Puspa Ningrum, Amirul Fatikhin, Darsin
As the country with the highest Moslem population, sukuk is one of the investment types that is quite a lot of interest in Indonesia. This study aimed to examine the significance, theory, and collecting empirical evidence of the determinant of sukuk rating in Indonesia with profit management as an intervening...
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The Effect of Organizational Justice and Islamic Working Ethic on the Organizational Commitment of Lecturers

Yunus Mustaqim, Mariyatin, Jati Prihantono
Organizational justice provides satisfaction of individual employees. Therefore, the Islamic working ethic explains the existence of working ethic that has a good faith, both are interrelated each other to measure the extent of the organizational commitment in requiring lecturers and understanding of...
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Environmental Social Governance (ESG) Disclosure Score Rating of Bloomberg

Zaky Machmuddah, Ratna Wardhani
The current paper will explain ESG disclosure score rating based on Bloomberg data of many countries in the world during 2014–2018. The rating is categorized into eight ratings, namely: the best country rating for corporate ESG performance, the best country rating for corporate environmental performance,...
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Financial Performance as an Intervening Variable on the Relationship of Corporate Social Responsibility Disclosure and Firm Value: Evidence From Indonesia

St. Dwiarso Utomo, Indri Fatmawati, Zaky Machmuddah
This study aims to analyze and explain the effect of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) on firm value, CSR on financial performance, and financial performance as a mediator of the effect of CSR on firm value. Data collection method used in this study is documentation of annual report and Indonesia...
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Corporate Social Responsibility, Intellectual Capital and Firm Value

St. Dwiarso Utomo, Vivi Pettisya, Zaky Machmuddah
The lack of a firm’s awareness of corporate social responsibility became a major issue in this study. Companies that use resources for CSR activities will improve the company’s personal branding in the public view, hence will increase the company’s financial performance (CFP). Finding empirical evidence...
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The Influence of Macroeconomics Indicators to the Growth of State Islamic Bonds (Sukuk) in Indonesia

Cupian, Rien Muasia, Eman Suparman
The purpose of this study is to analyze the impact of macroeconomic on the growth of Islamic bonds (sukuk) in Indonesia. This study uses Ordinary Least Square (OLS) method with a monthly time series starting from January 2013 until December 2016. The results of this study indicate that the Production...
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Location Quotient Analysis (LQ) in Determining the Excellent Commodity

Yogi Sugiarto Maulana, Andri Helmi Munawar, Dian Hadiani, Ratningsih, Taufik Wibisono
This research is done with the aim to analyze the determination of the excellent commodity in the sub-district Purwaharja Banjar City which subsectors are base and non-base. In this research, researchers compare the type of business in the small and medium industries (IKM) Purwaharja Sub-district with...
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Financial Literacy for Rural Resident: A Qualitative Study

Nur Anita Yunikawati, Magistyo Purboyo Priambodo, Emma Yunika Puspasari, Marzanah A Jabbar, Fatimah Sidi
The level of financial literacy has influenced several personal financial decisions. However, the level of financial literacy in rural communities is quite low. The development of personal curriculum plays a role in increasing the basic knowledge of finance so that it will also affect the rationality...
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Family Resilience in ADHD Child Parenting

Ika Candra Destiyanti
Family resilience is influenced by aspects of managing the problem and its resources so that a prosperous family is formed. Handling problems in families with child care indicated by ADHD will be different from each other in view of the diversity of the gods they experience. (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity...
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The Mosque Colo as Alternative Tourism Destination in Kudus

Ambar Winarti, Agus Murtana, Syahbana Daulay
The religious tourism is one of the main sectors in Kudus City. There are three interesting attractions in the region: Nature tourism, culture tourism, and the religious tourism. The Mosque Colo is one of the icons in Kudus that has been designated as a tourist destination in Central Java. The positive...
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The Efforts to Strengthen Student Character Value Through the Talking Stick Method in Social Studies Learning

Norhayatun, M. Hadianur, Norlela, Ifan Julianta, Khilmi Zuhroni
This study aims to strengthen the value of character in students. Strengthening the value of characters early on in students is very important because students are the next generation of the nation. Only a generation of good character who can carry out their duties and responsibilities with confidence...
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Student Interest in Continuing Study

Muhamat Qahfi, Apuanor, Sudarmono
The purpose of this study was to determine the Interest in Continuing Studies in Class IX Students at SMP Negeri 6 Parenggean in the 2019/2020 Academic Year. The population of this study was all students of grade IX in SMP Negeri 6 Parenggean in the academic year 2019/2020. Samples were taken by the...
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The Level of Language Used by Madurese in Kalidandan, Pakuniran, Probolinggo

Anwari, Wahyu Purnaningtyas, Uliyah Hikmah
This study aims to know the use of the levels of language and its rules on Madurese in Kalidandan village, Pakuniran, Probolinggo. This study applied a descriptive qualitative approach by listening method and elicitation. It means that the researcher was listened and recorded the Madurese used by the...
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Dhuha Prayer and Character Strength of Students

Alivermana Wiguna, Fatimah Setiani, Jayadi, Agus Heriyanto
There is an interesting phenomenon in the Al-Kautsar MAN prayer room in Kotawaringin Timur, Central Kalimantan at every break. Not a few students and students came to the prayer room to perform the Dhuha prayer, which is one of the Sunnah prayers that are carried out around the sun begins to rise until...
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Improving the Quality of the Practical Experience of Lawyers Through Student Participation

Lusi Rachmiazasi Masduki, Dian Ratu Ayu Uswatun Khasanah
The Distance Learning Program Unit (UPBJJ) is an institution that functions as a service center for all Open University students. Students domiciled around the Semarang area can take advantage of all forms of services including the need for practical experience (PPB). At the Faculty of Law Social and...
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Islamic Counseling and Guidance Programs to Develop Awareness and Social Responsibility of Students in Junior High Schools

Meti Kusmiati, Niam Rohmatullah
Students’ lives developments nowadays are dynamics and complications that impact widely to many aspects of their lives. That’s why it should be solved with counseling and guidance either in the community or individually. Therefore, it must be balanced with guidance and counseling to deal with problems...
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Headmaster’s Strategy to Build the Character Education of School Member in SD Muhammadiyah 1 Kudus

Ulin Nuha, Suhirno
The cause of low educational quality in Indonesia is certainly not liberated by the strategy and leadership of a headmaster as a top leader. Headmaster has an important role to lead the school management in order to be able to work consistently with the community need and development era. Meaningfully,...
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Education of Entrepreneurship and Activities of Entrepreneurship to Students’ Interests

Novianti Rahmawati, Mahmuddin, Siti Halimah
This study aimed to determine the effect of entrepreneurship education and entrepreneurial activities on students’ entrepreneurial interests partially or simultaneously. The population in this study were students of the Economic Education Study Program STKIP Muhammadiyah Sampit who programmed entrepreneurship...
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Contribution of Religiosity and Multicultural Attitude Towards Religious Fundamentalism of High School Students

Sofyan Rofi, Bahar Agus Setiawan, Benny Prasetiya, Samsul Huda, Heri Rifhan Halili
Multiculturalism accentuates respecting differences in culture, race, ethnicity, and religion. Without mixing up entities of the religion and the nation, every religion bears universal tenets as its foundation in the life of the nation and state. The attitudes toward multiculturalism do not confine ones...
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Integration of Character Education In Student Development Lecture

Setya Wahyuningsih, Tetty Fatimah Tsuroya, Hetty Patmawati, Aep Sunendar, Nandhini Hudha Anggarasari
The integration of character education in Student Development lecture (a descriptive study in the Faculty of Education, University of Siliwangi). Character education is an effort to improve the quality of the learning process and learning results that lead to the formation of learners’ characters emphasizing...
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How is Picture Mnemonic Implemented in Teaching English Vocabulary to Students with Intellectual Disability?

Diah Kurniati, Dwi Rukmini, Mursid Saleh, Dwi Anggani Linggar Bharati
It is challenging for most teachers to teach English to students with intellectual disability. One of the reasons is because English is considered as a difficult subject especially for foreign language students, including students with intellectual disability. Furthermore, it is because students with...
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The Effect of Self-Regulated and Disciplined Learning on Students’ Achievements

Ahmad Susanto, Farihen, Iswan
The background of this study is the still low self-regulated learning and learning discipline for students. The purpose of this study was to examine the effect of self-regulated learning and learning discipline on student achievement, especially on social science subjects. The research method used is...
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Analysis of Factors That Influence Stunting On Toddlers

Fitriana Noor Khayati, Ratna Agustiningrum, Puput Risti Kusumaningrum, Febriana Putri Hapsari
Stunting is one of the health problems that is closely related to the delayed growth and development of children. Children can be classified as stunting if their height is less than -2SD. Along in the 2018 stunting had been decreased from 37,2% to 30,8%. Those data were still higher than WHO restricted...
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The Effectiveness of the FASA method to Minimize Abstinence Behavior of Pregnant Women

Ana Zumrotun Nisak, Lailiyani Khoirunnisa’
Health behavior is any form of experience and interaction of individuals with their environment, especially those relating to knowledge and attitudes about health that create individual actions towards health. This behavior was also carried out by several pregnant women who were still abstaining from...
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Levels of Menopause Women’s Anxiety in Elderly Posyandu Junjung Buih Palangkaraya

Nurul Chusna
The natural and normal aging process that occurs in every woman is called menopause. Where some menopausal women experience anxiety disorders that can interfere with their mind. The impact of anxiety in the face of menopause is stress, depression, and insomnia. This research was conducted to see how...
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The Relationship Between the Level of Religiosity and Teenage Sexual Behavior in Senior High School

Shanti Ariandini, Annisa Fitri Rahmadini
Based on data from the Family Planning and Coordinating Board (BKKBN) in 2011 showed that 51% of adolescents in Jakarta, Bogor, Depok, Tangerang, Bekasi (JABODETABEK) have had sex before marriage. According to Handayani (2010) there is a significant relationship between the level of adolescent religiosity...
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The Schools Role in Preventing Smoking Behavior of Junior High School Students in Tegal City

Agus Susanto, Hartono Hartono, Ismi Dwi Astuti Nurhaeni, Drajat Tri Kartono
Smoking in teenagers increased significantly in Indonesia. Most of teenagers 11-13 years were junior high school students. Schools had a response to prevent smoking behavior in the school environment. This study aimed to explore the role of schools in preventing smoking behavior in the student at Tegal...
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Does Sexual Behavior Cause Complaints on Sexually Transmitted Infections in Female Sex Workers in the Work Area of the Community Health Center of Pedan?

Lilik Hartati, Sri Wahyuni, Anna Uswatun Qoyyimah, Dina Erfiana
Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) are various infections that can be transmitted from one person to another through sexual contact. It can inhibit the meeting of the egg and sperm, resulting in infertility. This scarring also increases the risk of ectopic pregnancy or pregnancy in the fallopian...
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Implementation of Adolescent Reproductive Health Policies in Bandung District

Nurhayati, F Handayani, A Kamila
One of the efforts to equip adolescents is to make policies on adolescent reproductive health that can accommodate the needs of adolescents in educational institutions or schools. This study aims to determine the implementation of learning policies on adolescent reproductive health programs or the likes....
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Effectiveness of Adolescent Reproductive Health Promotion Models About Puberty in Young Adolescents

Noor Azizah, Dewi Noor Wakhidah, Sokhiyatun
One of the characteristics of female puberty is menstruation. First menstruation is usually experienced by women around the age of 10 years but can be faster or slower. The first menstruation for girls will cause problems, namely someone who faces feeling the first menstruation feeling fear and anxiety....
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The Family Role of Patient with Pulmonary TB About Prevention of Household Contacts Transmission in the Work Area of Puskesmas Perumnas II Pontianak

Sitti Syabariyah, Dithya Enggal Pratiwi
Pulmonary TB cases at Puskesmas Perumnas II Pontianak in the last 2 years (2014 and 2015) was the cases highest in Pontianak. Based on interviews at health center officer Perumnas II Pontianak that the obstacles faced by the officer were the patients came to the health center without accompanying family...
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The Effect of MHealth to Increase Mother’s Skill in Children Growth and Development Monitoring During >36–48 and >48–60 Months

Maria Ulfah Kurnia Dewi, Nova Linda Rambe
Obstacles encountered the lack of implementation of early detection of growth and development of children during >36–48 and >48–60 months, especially in the development conducted every six months. Children at this age are rarely or never visit Integrated Healthcare Center anymore because the child...
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Mother and Fetal Factors with Unplanned Cesarean Section

Diah Andriani Kusumastuti, Anis Solikah, Umi Khobibatun Muniroh
The prevalence of cesarean delivery in Asia from 1990-2014 has increased by 19.2%. This study aims to determine the relationship between maternal and fetal factors with the action section cesarean at Permata Bunda Hospital, Purwodadi-Grobogan. Specifically: 1) describe the characteristics of respondents...
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Stunting Incidence in Tegalrejo Yogyakarta

Ellyda Rizki Wijhati, Rosmita Nuzuliana, Maulita Listian Eka Pratiwi
Stunting is a major public health problem in low- and middle-income countries because of its association with an increased risk of morbidity and death during childhood. The impact of stunting is reducing children’s intelligence so that it will affect the quality of life of children in the next life....
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Impact of Early Marriage on Childhood Stunting

Heru Subaris Kasjono, Agus Wijanarko, Rizki Amelia, Dina Fadillah, Wahyu Wijanarko, Sutaryono
Pregnancy requires increased iron needs, while teenage pregnancy also needs iron for growth. As a result, teenage pregnancy has an impact on the risk of stunting in their children. The purpose of this study is to prove the relationship between early marriage and the risk of stunting in children. The...
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Relationship Between Health Behavior and Quality of Life of the Elderly

Fitria Lestari, Lela Zakiah
The increasing number of elderly will require serious treatment for the elderly naturally decline, physical, biological, and mental. People, especially the elderly in PasirMulya have bad habits in terms of preparing food, eating food, such as frequently eating fast food. To analyze the relationship between...
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Relationship Between the Level of Knowledge and Attitude of Aged Women About Early Detection of Cancer Leaf Cancer With Behavior of Examination of Acetic Acid Inspection

Imas Nurjanah, Nina Yusnia
According to an evaluation in early 2016 the coverage of IVA exams in Bogor City was still very low at around 10.4%. This is far from the target of the Bogor City Health Office, which in 85 years is 85% or an annual target of 20% of the population at risk. The purpose of this study was to determine the...
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The Influence of Multi-Sensory Stimulus to Parturition

Fania Nurul Khoirunnisa’, Nor Asiyah, Indah Risnawati, Alif Kiki
Safe and satisfied parturition are influenced by anxiety suffered by mothers during maternity. Anxiety and pain during maternity cause stress responses. It increases catecholamine causing vasoconstriction which influences to womb contraction, pain, and parturition length. Multi-sensory stimuli are identified...
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Impact of Stunting on Development of Children Aged 12–60 Months

Setianingsih, Devi Permatasari, Endang Sawitri, Desi Ratnadilah
Growth failure (Stunting) in children under five years old can cause various developmental disorders, including personal social development, fine motoric, language, gross motoric. Some studies show different results, where nutritional status (stunting) is not related to child development. Objective:...
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Factors Related to Stunting in Toddlers

Indanah, Dewi J Ratna
Stunting is a state of failure to thrive, occurring in children under 5 years of age. Stunting is a chronic malnutrition. The incidence of stunting according to the World Health Organization (WHO, 2012) is estimated that there are 162 million children under 5 year-old. The prevalence of stunting is a...
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The Factor of Family Support Towards the Success of Tuberculosis Therapy: A Cohort Study

Tri Pitara Mahanggoro, Noor Aulia Fajriyati, Iffa Karina Permatasari
Indonesia ranks second in the world regarding tuberculosis after India. Tuberculosis (TB) is a disease that can be cured if treatment is carried out quickly and precisely. Factors related to adherence to treatment, duration of treatment, socioeconomic, nutritional status, smoking habits, and professions...
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The Menstrual Cycle and Nutritional Status

Ummi Kulsum, Dwi Astuti
Menstrual cycle is the time from the first day of menstruation until the coming of the next period. Menstrual cycles occur for 28 days. The average normal menstrual cycle occurs around 21-35 days while those who experience menstrual cycles use polimenore (<20 days), oligomenorrhea (> 35 days),...
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Relationship Between Family Support and Activeness of Prolanis Participants With Diabetes Mellitus

HS Ananda, Nandang Jamiat, Hendra Gunawan
The cause of the increased prevalence of diabetes mellitus is a change in lifestyle and socio-economy. Family support is an important thing in the management of diabetes mellitus. One of the diabetes mellitus prevention program is a program of chronic disease managament (prolanis). The purpose of this...
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Assessment of Reproductive Health Services in Selected Community Clinics

Umme Asma Abshari, Sohel Rana, Cecep Heriana
To assess the utilization of reproductive health services. This was a cross-sectional descriptive study conducted with both qualitative and quantitative approach from January to December 2014 by interviewing 100 service receivers and 10 service providers of 10 community clinic of Cox’s Bazar sadar upazilla...
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The Effect of Postpartum Gymnastics on the Size of Abdominal Diastasis Rectus in Normal Postpartum

Noor Hidayah, Alif Kiky Listiyani
Factors causing diastasis recti during pregnancy such as increased levels of relaxant, progesterone, and estrogen hormones that cause softening of the tissue and weakening of the fragile alba line that tends to flow from the xiphoid process to the symphysis pubis and under the influence of hormonal changes....
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Stigmas and Discrimination by Nurse Towards Patient With HIV/AIDS: A Qualitative Study

Hilda Eka Dewi, Angga Wilandika, Sajodin
The high numbers of HIV / AIDS cases in Bandung cause the necessity to optimize the quality of health services as a form of HIV / AIDS treatment and prevention. It is assumed that stigma and discrimination toward patients with HIV / AIDS among nurses affect the health care process to patients with HIV...
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Enforcement of Environmental Law in the Field of Waste Management is in Accordance With the Principles of Good Governance in Kudus Regency

Trias Hernanda, Maslikan, Muhammad Ayub
waste management is yet to be solved, in every area including Kudus. This research focuses on the obstacles dealt with in the process. The subject limitation area is Kudus. It is a research on doctrinal/normative law using statute approach. The data collected are library in nature, analyzed in a qualitative...
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Knowledge Management In Rumah Tunggu Kelahiran (RTK) in Health Services in Sinjai District

Mochamat Nurdin, A. Jamaluddin, AR Asriadi, Umar Congge
Knowledge management has an effect on organizational performance and becomes an interesting issue to be studied in public sector organizations. Sinjai District Rumah Tunggu Kelahiran (RTK) has received two awards TOP 99 and TOP 40 Public Service Innovations at the Real Work Week of the Indonesian Mental...
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Concept of E-Government in Management of Indonesia’s Village Funds

Andi Nur Annisa Meilany, Dewi Kania, Zainal Muttaqin, Indra Perwira
This research aims to make the concept of e-government a great potential that can be utilized to meet the needs of the community in managing village funds. This concept refers to a transformation from traditional government to elective-based government to produce effective and efficient governance is...
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Relationship of Age, Working and Education With/Regarding the Quality of Live of Elderly

Tris Eryando, Dina Ariha, Daniah, Yossi Fitria Damayanti, Sevrima Anggraini
An increase in life expectancy occurs with advances in science and technology. The increase in life expectancy raises one of the consequences, namely the increasing number of the elderly population. In general, elderly people face weaknesses, limitations, and disabilities, so that the quality of life...
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The Effect of Speech Therapy With Hijaiyyah Letters on the Capability of Verbal Communication of Stroke Patients

Sukarmin, Muhammad Abdur Rozaq, Toni Ardi Rafsanjani
The purpose of research to know the influence of speech therapy with hijaiyyah letters toward verbal communication ability at stroke patients. This research used experiment research method with one group pre test-post test design. Hypothesis that there is not difference was evidenced verbal communication...
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Expert System to Determine Characteristics of Students With Special Needs With Forward Chaining Method

Robby Rizky, Zaenal Hakim
Pandeglang is one of the disadvantaged areas in Banten Province. The regional original income in this city is very small compared to other cities in the Banten region. Here there are rarely human resources who do community service. This is due to the low regional minimum wage value. Therefore, an expert...
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Eros and Thanatos of Mr. Gessler Showing His Social Stratification in Galsworthys “Quality”

Pramudana Ihsan
The main goal of human in their life was achieving happiness because it would lead them into their motivation for creating a better life for themselves, but some people did not realize while they were gaining their pleasure or Eros. This paper was aimed at finding the Eros and Thanatos and also analyzing...
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Engineering, Woman and Beauty: Breaking or Strengthening the Stereotypes? A Deconstructive Discourse Analysis of Woman Representation. A Case Study of Lauren Howe, Beauty Pageant Engineer in Miss Universe Canada and Miss Universe 2017

Andreas Akun
“Stereotypes were made to be broken” is the tagline of Lauren Howe’s website ( where she exposes the two sides of her inspiration: Side A-Engineering and Technology and Side B-Media and Entertainment. Howe is beauty pageant engineer winning Miss Universe Canada 2017 and a top ten...
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Bullying in the Post Truth Era (Analysis of Implementation of Realistic Counseling in Early Adolescents in Kuningan District)

Ika Candra Destiyanti
Bullying among students in school often occurs in early adolescence which impacts on someone who has been bullied tends to bully people who are weaker than themselves. Starting from the framework of thought that the act of bullying is a desire to hurt that is shown in the action and cause someone to...
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A Study of Muhammadiyah College Management to Achieve the International Level

Partono Siswosuharjo, Langgeng Listiyoko
Muhammadiyah is one of biggest Islamic organization which concern in human development. It’s realized by taken a part on education as one of it’s core programme, in all educational level. In order to be a world class player of human development by good higher school management, it’s needed to do the...
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Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy to Improve Students Confidence

Alivermana Wiguna, Agus Heriyanto, Zainatul Humairo
Most students have low self-confidence, such as afraid of arguing, asking the question and even speak in front of the class. This study aimed to increase student self-confidence with rational emotive behavior therapy individual counseling approach cognitive technique trough low self-confidence student....
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Emotional Intelligence and Independence of Learning Students

Jayadi, Novianti Rahmawati, Dewi Rahmawati
The research for to know to influence emotional intelligence to learn independence in students grade VII SMP Negeri 3 Sampit school year 5015/2016. The population in this research is all students of grade VII is 289 students and take off as sample 25% is 72 students with Proportionate Random Sampling...
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Knowledge of Sports Motivation: The Consumptive Lifestyle of a Running Community

Yopy Perdana Kusuma, Abdul Basit, Muhamad Amaludin
The life of modern society in general cannot be separated from the lifestyle in their daily lives. The lifestyle in question for example can be reflected in fashion, habits or even in sports activities. That is, exercise is not just an activity that intersects with health alone, but also has become part...
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Role of Teachers Redesign Learning in Islamic Religious Education in Facing Industry Revolution 4.0 In-State SMA in Padangsidimpuan

Asfiati, Erna Ikawati, Muhammad Aswin, Hamdan Hasibuan
This study aims to explore the role of Islamic Religious Education teachers in learning blended learning and hybrid learning. The learning process integrates traditional information technology supported by offline and online communication. Qualitative research methods, respondents are Islamic Religious...
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Health Education with a Leaflet and Demonstration to Improve the Implementation of Washing the Hands of Nurse

Sri Handayani, Chori Elsera, N W Agustina, Hartini
Hospitals are complex medical service units, as well as places to interact between patients, health workers, visitors and patient nurses. The existence of this interaction risks causing nosocomial infections. The practice of hand washing must be applied by everyone in the hospital environment to prevent...
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Application of Parental Education About Social Media and Adolescent Sexual Behavior

Endang Wahyuningsih, Wiwin Rohmawati, Astri Wahyuningsih, Piscolia Dynamurti Wintoro
Internet technology and social media have become increasingly widespread. Starting from the use of Twitter, Facebook, WhatsApp. The role of parents becomes very important to care about adolescent reproductive health than the opinions or delusions of adolescents themselves. Parents must provide time to...
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The Correlation Between Gadget and Learning Motivation Towards Insomnia Incident of the Nursing Students

Anny Rosiana Masithoh, Nasriyah, Sukesih, Heni Siswanti, Nabilatur Rohmatul Faizah
The development of technologies increasingly rapid such as gadget. It has been widely used in society, especially among students. Many students use gadget unefectivel therefore it can decrease the interest in learning and the event of insomnia. Based on the results of preliminary study, the results of...
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The Effectiveness of Using Gadgets on Pregnant Women

Ika Tristanti, Ana Zumrotun Nisak, Fania Nurul Khoirunnisa’, Atun Wigati, Diah Andriani Kusumastuti
The high maternal death cases in Indonesia especially from indirect cases come from delay to identify the dangers of labor, to make a decision, to refer the patient and to get a medical intervention. These cases because of unpreparedness of pregnant women to face the labor and the complication. There...
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The Effect of Fasting Time on Triglyceride Measurement Results

Atun Farihatun, Henri Setiawan, Via Fitria
Measurement of serum lipids in the Laboratory is influenced by pre-analytic, analytic and post-analytic factors. One of the pre-analytic factors is the specimen, which is related to the patient’s preparation. Based on the Decree of the Minister of Health of the Republic of Indonesia Number 1792 / MENKES...
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Student’s Prevailing, Confidence, and Drives: LIWC Analysis on Self-Description Text

TA Syah, S Apriyanto, A Nurhayaty
Using a sample of 26 participants, we asked the students to prepare a text in written self-description at the end of the final path presentation in the sixth semester. One interesting thing is the relationship between personality differences and the types of words that people use. Recent studies covers...
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Can Swiss Ball Exercise Technique Reduce Menstrual Pain Intensity in Tahfidzul Qur’an Islamic Boarding School Ibnu Abbas Klaten?

Sri Wahyuni, Lilik Hartati, Anna Uswatun Qoyyimah, Ida Nur Hidayah
The purpose of this research was to determine the effect of the Swiss ball exercise technique on decreasing the intensity of menstrual pain in teenage girl. The design used is quasi experiment. The research subjects were 40 teenage girls using purposive sampling consisting of 20 subjects as the intervention...
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Impact of Surgical Safety Checklist Training on Nurses’ Compliance in Operating Room

P R Kusumaningrum, Daryani, F Suciana, A A Krismiyantara
Surgical Safety Checklist (SSC) is a part of patient safety, which used through 3 stages according to the timeline is before induction of anesthesia (Sign In), before skin incision (Time Out) and before removing the patient from operating room (Sign out). The positive impact of SSC is improving patient...
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Prevalence of Pediculosis capitis Among Elementary School Children in Kabupaten Ciamis

A Nurmalasari, A Farihatun
Pediculosis is an ectoparasitic infestation by Pediculus humanus capitis (hair lice) which causes health problems, especially in elementary school children. Head lice infestation can cause itching and can cause other complications if the presence of head lice is considered to have a high enough severity....
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The Effect of the Duration of Playing Online Games on Students’ Depression Level

Elis Noviati, Rudi Kurniawan, Rudi Herdiana, Ima Sukmawati, Lilis Lismayanti
The online game is very popular with the community especially teenagers or early adulthood because at this time humans are in the search for their undergraduate program, where they are very easy to accept new phenomena from outside. himself or the environment. Online game users often play excessively...
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Practices of Counter Pressure and Birth Ball Exercise Combination to Increase β-Endorphin Hormone Levels in Labor Pain

Novita Sari, Runjati, Diyah Fatmasari, Tri Ismu Pujiyanto
Labor pain is a subjective experience regarding physical sensations that occur due to uterine contractions, dilation and thinning of the cervix and is a physiological sensation. The pain occurs due to the transmission of pain impulses through certain nerves. Inefficient uterine contractions could affect...
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Effectiveness of Lavender Aromatherapy and Natural Sound Music Against Anxiety Level in VIA Examination Patients

S Mujahidah, Fery Agusman Motuho Mendrofa
Visual inspection acetic acid (VIA) is a screening to detect the presence of cervical pre-cancerous lesions so that often causes anxiety in patients who are often ignored by health workers. The diagnosis of cancer often caused anxiety and depression for a patient so lose the spirit for life. Early detection...
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Nursing Technology in Vibration Perception Threshold Testing in Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy Patients

Kharisma Pratama, Suriadi, Gusti Jhoni Putra, Didik Setiawan, Asmiyenti Djaliasrin Djalil, Cau Kim Jiu, Usman, Tisa Gusmiah
Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy (DPN) is one factor which can lead the diabetes mellitus patient to foot ulceration. Early detection is indispensable part to prevent diabetes mellitus patient from foot disorders. vibration perception threshold (VPT) measures can be used to easily and accurately identify...
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Education (selfcare) in Tuberculosis Patients With Experimental Quasi Design

Tri Wahyuni, Almumtahanah, Niken Tari Dewi
Tuberculosis is an infectious disease that attacks the lungs typically characterized by the formation of granulomas and causes tissue necrosis, an infectious disease directly caused by the TB germ (mycobacterium tuberculosis). The problem that often arises in tuberculosis sufferers is about self-care...
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The Effect of Developmental Care on Physiological Function of Low Birth Weight Baby Using Pre-Post Design

H Handayani, I Rosidawati
Low birth weight babies often experience some problems in the period soon after birth as a result of the characteristics of an immature organ so can causes the inability to regulate the stimulus that comes resulting in the baby tends to stress. Developmental Care is an orphanage that facilitates the...
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Effectiveness of Health Education With Media Leaflet on Knowledge and Attitude of Self-Breast Examination in Young Woman

Jajuk Kusumawaty, Asep Gunawan, Dedi Supriadi, Heni Heryani, Lilis Lismayanti, Dede Samrotul Milah
Breast self-examination is an activity carried out by a woman to detect abnormalities in the breast. Breast self-examination activities should be done once every month, for women who still experience regular menstruation, it is advisable to do breast self-examination on the 7th day to the 10th day of...
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Effect of Audiovisual on Pregnant Women Knowledge of Stunting

Ima Sukmawati, Dedi Supriadi, Yanti Srinayanti, Heni Marliani, Rosmiati, Dwi Novianti Sugiharti
The number of stunting sufferers in Indonesia is quite high. Lack of knowledge and awareness of mothers towards balanced nutrition during pregnancy is one of the triggers for stunting. The Ciamis District Health Office (2017) found that the prevalence of stunting in the Baregbeg Community Health Center...
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Intensive Care Unit Nursing Competence Assessing Awareness With GCS (Glasgow Coma Scale) Techniques

Rudi Kurniawan, Suhanda, M.J.W Endrian, A.R Irpan, Adi Nurapandi, Elis Noviati
The Glasgow coma scale (GCS) is an instrument used by paramedics to measure the decrease in patient awareness. GCS instruments are often used in emergency rooms, intensive care units (ICU), and neurological units. Impairment of consciousness is a dangerous condition for the patient’s life rate and is...
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Improvement of Intellectual, Emotional, Spiritual, and Adversity Intelligence After Psychoeducation Modification Among Lepers

Cucu Herawati, Herlinawati, Iin Kristanti
The anxiety due to leprosy stigma makes the patient not ready to accept the disease so that it can cause psychological disorders, namely distress. Psychological disorders can affect the intellectual, emotional, spiritual, and adversity intelligence of lepers. Healing process must pay attention to physical,...
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Effectiveness of Classical Music and Qur’an Murottal Therapies on Patients With Hypertension in Middle Adulthood for Work Area of Sibela Surakarta Health Center

W Wahyuni, A Sinatrya, DRRB Utami, I Indarwati
Hypertension is categorized as the silent disease since the patients do not know that they have it before taking the blood pressure check-up. Hypertension which is not treated properly and prolonged can effect to stroke, heart attack, and main factor of chronicle kidney failure. The hypertension can...
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Implementation Model of Public Health Worker (PHW) – Family Doctors (FD) Partnership: A Qualitative Study in Kuningan Regency

Rossi Suparman, Ade Saprudin, Cecep Heriana
There have been a few conceptual drawbacks of National Health Insurance (NHI) implementation since it was launched in 2014. One of which is in its policy implemented in which there is a wide gap of the available facilities and health workers in diverse regions in Indonesia. The government can optimize...
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Sexual Function in Women Who Experienced Domestic Violence

Lidia Hastuti, Lilis Lestari, Annisa Rahmawati, Wuriani, Tisa Gusmiah, Ridha Mardiani, Jaka Pradika, Yanieta Arbiastutie
Violence against women by partners is a serious problem of public health which contributes to injuries whether as short-term or long-term health consequences. Based on the annual records of the women’s national commission in 2017, there were 259,150 cases of violence against women that being reported...
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Effect of Health Education and Diabetic Foot Exercise on Sensory Perception and Knowledge level of Patients With Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus in Cirebon District General Hospital in West Java Province

Healthy Seventina, Maria Astrid, Wilhelminus Hary Susilo
DM is a silent killer disease characterized by increased blood glucose levels and failure of insulin secretion or use of insulin in an inadequate metabolism that can cause peripheral circulation problems called neuropathy. It is estimated that in 2030 the incidence of DM will increase by approximately...
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Effect of Storytelling on Dental Hygiene Among Prechoolers in Kindergarten

W Nuniek Tri, Supriatin, Uun Kurniasih, Sri Lestari, S Endang, B Siti
Oral health is an inseparable part of health of other organ systems (systemic health). Limited or inadequate dental care causes the most common problems of all health problems in childhood; those are, tooth decay (dental caries), malocclusion, and periodontal disease. Trauma, especially tooth loss, is...
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Modification of Gentle Human Touch (GHT) With Left Lateral Position to Change the Frequency of Breath Among Low Birth Weight (LBW) Infants

Agi Yulia Riadini, Agus Suwandono, Runjati, Ika Choirin Nisa, Heny Puspasari
Long period LBW treatment in a hospital often causes stress which results in changes in physiological function. Modification of gentle human touch with left lateral position is a treatment that supports in providing comfort and good position for the lungs that affect thoracoabdominal synchronization...
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Determinants of Sexual Behavior

Heny Puspasari, Zafriel Tafa
Adolescent sexual behavior is part of the process of adolescent reproductive development. Adolescent sexual behavior that is not healthy can lead to serious psychosocial problems, such as depression and social role confusion due to teenage pregnancy. This study aims to determine the determinants of risky...
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Relationship Between Nutritional Status and the Incidence of ARI Among Under-Five Children (13–59 Months) in the Work Area Community Health Center Unit

Ira Faridasari, Lin Herlina, Iis, Ela Rohaeni, Rifatun Nisa, Maria Ulfah
The health development goals as stated in the National Health System are efforts to implement health carried out by the Indonesian people in order to obtain the ability to live a healthy life for each community in order to realize a high health degree. The better the nutritional status of children, especially...
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Effect of Early Mobilization on the Decrease in Pain Intensity Among Post Cesarean Section Patients at Cirebon Hospital in 2019

Roheman, Healthy Seventina, Mustopa, Masrifah, Wike
A mother who gives birth to a baby with a Cesarean Section surgery usually experience pain. Early mobilization is one way to decrease pain intensity among post Cesarean Section patients. This study aims to determine the effect of early mobilization on the decrease in pain intensity among post Cesarean...
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Bivariate Analysis to Determine the Relationship of Behavior, Attitude, and Knowledge of Mother as Well as Information Exposure to the Occurrence of Pneumonia in Toddlers

Jumiati, Qonita
Pneumonia is the leading cause of child mortality in the world. This disease accounts for 16% of all deaths of children under 5 years of age, which causes death in 920,136 toddlers, or more than 2,500 per day, or an estimated 2 toddlers die every minute in 2015. This study aims to determine the relationship...
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Analysis of Knowledge and Management of Dysmenorrhea in Students Before and After the Application of Leaflets and Flipcharts

Sri Susanti, Ika Apriyanti, Lina Marliana
Menstruation as vaginal bleeding that occurs periodically due to the release of the uterine mucosa. The menstrual cycle begins with menarche and will continue until menopause around the age of 45-55 years (Helen, 2010). Studies of systematic reviews in developing countries find that 25-50% of adult women...
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Effect of Cold Compress on Reduction of Perineal Pain in Postpartum Mothers in the Maternity Clinic of Ar-Rahmah Ogan Ilir Palembang in 2019

A mother who has undergone labor by getting a perineal wound will feel pain, pain that is felt in every mother with a perineal wound causing unpleasant effects such as pain and fear of moving so that many mothers with perineal injury rarely want to move postpartum so that it can result in many problems...
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Application of Mind-Body Practice: Yoga for Reducing Long Pain Primary Dysmenorrhea

Mar atun Ulaa, Renny Triwijayanti, Maya Fadlilah, Windy Astuti Cahya Ningrum, Trilia, Inne Yelisni, Annisa Rahmania
Dysmenorrhea is a common complaint in young women, characterized by pain. Dysmenorrhea pain has a significant impact on womens lives, such as limitations in daily activities. Primary dysmenorrhea can be treated using yoga and self tapping. Objective: understanding effectiveness on use of mind-body practice:...