Welcome to the Proceeding of ICoSI 2020 – Health and Nursing. The Fourth International Conference on Sustainable Innovation 2020 has developed this proceeding. This event was held by Universitas Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta. It’s a continuous work from the third one in 2019 which already has been published in https://www.atlantis-press.com/proceedings/icosihsn-19
This book is presenting one track from 4 tracks that are composing the ICoS1 2020. The 4th International Conference on Sustainable Innovation 2020 brings out the issues of the Sustainable Development Goals that the world, especially Indonesia, is still striving to face. With the main theme of “Cutting-Edge Innovations on Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)” this conference is trying to play a role as a vehicle of showcasing scientific works from around the world, not only from researchers, lecturers, government officers, students and all parties with the same interests alike. The event is deliberately put a “Cutting Edge Innovation” as part of the main theme to give a vast opportunity for all in giving and sharing their up-to-date ideas, as a contribution to the program of SDG.
Following the successful story of the the 3rd ICoSI 2019, we are expanding the supporting conference from 9 in the previous event to 14 focal conferences. Those are: ICPU (2nd International Conference on Pharmaceutical Updates), ICOMS (6th International Conference on Management Sciences), ICLAS (9th International Conference on Law and Society), ICMHS (4th International Conference Medical and Health Sciences), ICAF (6th International Conference for Accounting and Finance), ILEC (2nd International Language and Education Conference), ICONURS (2nd International Conference on Nursing), ICITAMEE (International Conference on Information Technology, Advanced Mechanical and Electrical Engineering), IConARD (2nd International Conference of Agribusiness and Rural Development), ICONPO (10th International Conference on Public Organization), ISHERSS (2nd International Symposium on Social Humanities Education and Religious Sciences), DREAM (5th Dental Research and Exhibition Meeting, ICHA (International Conference on Hospital Administration), and ICoSA (3rd International Conference on Sustainable Agriculture).
The Health and Nursing track consist of 4 focal from 14 focal conference in field of health sciences and nursing, those are ICPU (2nd International Conference on Pharmaceutical Updates), ICMHS (4th International Conference Medical and Health Sciences), ICONURS (2nd International Conference on Nursing), DREAM (5th Dental Research and Exhibition Meeting, and ICHA (International Conference on Hospital Administration).
This proceeding book consists of 133 articles, 29 articles are coming from the field of pharmacy, 35 from medical science, 24 articles from the field of nursing, 22 from dentistry and 23 articles from the field of hospital administration.
There are a total of 29 research articles from the field of pharmacy which revolves around the issues of Sustainable Development Goals in this proceeding book. The topic portrays many areas in pharmacy, such as the critical issues in the scope of development of medicines especially herbal medicine (“Chemopreventive Activity of Clinacanthus nutans L. Ethyl Acetate Fraction on Breast Cancer Cells Line”, “Ergogenic Activities of Some Plants of Family Araliaceae on Mus musculus”, “In Vitro Study of Kaempferia galanga L. Compound, δ-3-carene, Against 5-Lipoxygenase”, “Affinity of Compounds in Hemigraphis Alternata (Burm.F.) T. Ander Leaves to Cyclooxygenase 1 (COX-1): In Silico Approach”, “The Potential Effect of Citrus Sinensis Extract on Malondialdehyde (MDA) Levels in Rat Induced by Cigarette Smoke”), the formula and the drug delivery systems (“Formulation and Antioxidant Activity Of Serum Gel of Ethyl Acetate Fraction From Musa x paradisiaca L.”, “Factors Affecting the Antibacterial and Antifungal Properties of Microemulsion Gel containing Tea Tree Oil”, “Formula Optimization of Antimicrobial Hand Sanitizer with Lemongrass Essential Oil”, “Optimization of Gold Nanoparticles and Molecular Beacon Probe for DNA Detection by Colorimetric Method”) as well as management therapy in treating various neurologic diseases (“Drug Use in Systemic Lupus Erythematosus (SLE) Outpatients” , “Risperidone Induced Xerosis And Tachycardia In Schizophrenia Patients: A Case Report”) , management therapy in treating various diseases (“Evaluation of Potential Drug-Drug Interactions in Hypercholesterolemia Patients at Teaching Hospital Surabaya”, “Prospective Study: Study of Asthma Therapy and The Relationship between Asthma Control Levels and Quality of Life of Asthma Patients” , “Effects of Anti Tuberculosis Side Effect on The Quality of Life of Tuberculosis Patients”, “The Review of Patients’ Quality of Life with Chronic Kidney Failure”), pharmacy community (“The Impact of Smoking on the Therapy Outcomes in Patients with Pneumonia Infection at RSP (Pulmonary Hospital) Respira, Yogyakarta”, “The Correlation Between Pregnant Women Knowledge Level, Perception, And Compliance With Ferrous Fumarate Tablet Consumption In A Primary Health Care Institution “, “In Warehouse And Outlet of Apotek X Bantul Yogyakarta In 2018”)the theme of Covid -19 (“Analysis of Essential Oils Utilization in Enhancing Immune Systems During Pandemic Era”, “The Effectiveness of Remdesivir Versus Ruxolitinib as Covid-19 Supportive Management: Systematic Review, Meta-Analysis” , “An Analysis of Health Workers’ Quality of Life in Indonesia during COVID-19 Pandemic”) and many more.
The 4th International Conference on Medical and Health Sciences has gained 35 articles to be published in the Atlantis publisher, with topic ranges from biomolecular studies (“Hypoglycemic and Hypolipidemic Effects Red Rosella Flower Steeping on Diabetic Rats”), tropical medicine (“Culex quinquefasciatus with the Highest MHD as a Potential Filariasis Vector in Demak, Central Java, Indonesia, a Filariasis Endemic Area”), clinical case series (“Case Series: Handling Of Fertilization Program In The Cervical Polyp Case”), health promotion (“Health Literacy Among Patients with Stage 2 Hypertension: a Survey in Rural Yogyakarta”) with the current prevalence of Covid19 (“The Decrease in Hospital Visits at Universitas Sebelas Maret Hospital due to The Level of Stress and Fear of COVID 19”), medical education (“Kahoot! Application in Medical Education: Quality of Lectures Improvement”) and noncommunicable health diseases (“Diabetic Foot Exercise, and Care to Prevent Mortality and Morbidity in Diabetes Mellitus Patients In Pandemic Covid-19 Era: Case Report”). The authors came from various highly reputable universities such as UGM, UNPAD, UNS, UII, UAD, UMJ, UMSurabaya, UNIDA, UMCirebon, Stikes Jombang, and UMY.
There are a total of 24 research articles from the field of nursing which revolves around the issues of Sustainable Development Goals in this proceeding book. The topic portrays many areas in nursing, such as medical-surgical nursing (“Nurse role in discharge preparation for Acute Coronary Patients”, “The Influence Of Progressive Mobilization On Pneumonia And Decubitus Occurrences In Critical Patients Using Mechanical Ventilator”, “Effect of Compression Bandage on the healing of Diabetic Foot Ulcers”), community and family nursing (“Women Empowerment’s and Infant and Child Feeding Practice in Low- and Middle-Income Countries”, “Community Nurses’ Knowledge, Attitude And Practice Towards Child Growth And Development Promotion Program In The Community Health Centre”, “The Relationship Between Family's Affective Functions And Cyberbullying In Adolescents”), emergency nursing (“How to Prepare a School Based Disaster Preparedness in Indonesia”), maternity nursing (“The relationship of Nutritional status and perineal wound healing among post-partum women”, “The Effectivities of Yoga Gymnastic To Decrease The Level Of Postpartum Blues Incidence”), occupational health nursing (“The Effect Of Qigong Exercise On The Teacher’s Work Stress Level”), and psychiatric nursing ("The Effectiveness of E-Learning in Dealing with Psychiatric Problems for Doctors and Nurses in Primary Care Facilities: A Literature Review", "E-emsy Development in the Implementation of Psychiatric Emergency Training for Nurses and Doctors").
The quality of dental health professionals needs to be improved through the updating clinical practice, sciences professionalism, Research, publication and technology. The Dentist contribution in improving health outcomes through the delivery of Dental services have been widely recognised, and get new challenges in this era of the COVID-19 pandemic.
DREAM ICOSI 2020, It is an even to face the challenges of pandemic circumstances and globalization in the field of Dentistry. There are a total of 22 research articles from dentist colleageus which revolves around the issues of globalization in dentistry in this proceeding book.
This proceeding book will enrich your knowledge on the latest developments in dentistry research and community science. It was challenging, so we’d like to share this publication research in order to develop this knowledge session in the field of dentistry.
The ICHA 2020 raised the theme “Improving Quality Healthcare Through Universal Health Coverage (UHC)”. The conference is expected to be attended by participants from various fields, namely health, including medicine, nursing, pharmacy, dentistry, medical rehabilitation, biomedicine, health psychology, epidemiology, environmental health and hospital management. The conference will be held as a forum for discussion and exchange of ideas among experts in the field. Participants are expected to get input for research improvement, research collaboration, networking, education and problem solution suggestions in the field of hospital management.
Therefore, as the continuation of the previous ICHA, 5th ICHA 2020 is established in the effort to improve the quality of hospital education and the quality of hospital management in Indonesia, and to provide recommendation for the government in tackling the national and global challenges.
Finally, we would like to thank all participants for their contributions to this conference and proceedings. Let us convey gratitude to all speakers and reviewers and especially to the Dean of the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, Muhammadiyah University of Yogyakarta.