Proceedings of the 1st International Conference Postgraduate School Universitas Airlangga : "Implementation of Climate Change Agreement to Meet Sustainable Development Goals" (ICPSUAS 2017)

Analysis of the effect of Individual, Familial and Environmental Factors on Family Stigma of Leprosy in Jombang regency, East Java Indonesia

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Nasrudin -, Tjipto Suwandi, Cholichul Hadi
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Available Online August 2017.
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Keywords
Individual factor; Family factor; Enviroment factor; family stigma; leprosy
Abstract
Stigma is the process of marking or labeling toward unwanted characteristics that are not in line with social norms. The effect of stigma on family results in the loss of family support toward leprosy patients, from concealment to exile and cessation of leprosy treatment processes. Such condition makes the process of early discovery of leprosy patients difficult, creates self stigma in leprosy patients, disability and reduces the quality of the patients and all family members life. The purpose of the current study was to analyze the factors of patient, family and environment that may affect the family stigma. This current research used cross-sectional design. The research population were 49 leprosy families in six endemic Leprosy Puskesmas (local clinics) in Jombang regency of East Java. The samples were 39 families, taken using Multi Stage Random Sampling technique. The Hypothesis test used chi Square test with p-value <0,05 . The result of the research was that 29 (74,4%) experienced family stigma. From hypothesis test, it was obtained that the individual factors covering individual stigma, self concept and leprosy level affected the family stigma (P = 0,000). The familial factors involving familial support, family coping mechanisms, family knowledge and perceptions of leprosy affected the family stigma (P = 0,000), while economic status had no effect on the family stigma (P = 0.07). Of the Environmental factors, only the stigma of the community that affected the family stigma (P = 0.007). No stigma was given by health providers. The conclusion was that the individual, familial and environmental factors greatly affected the stigma of the family. Therefore it is suggested that the intervention to overcome the family stigma must concern with individual, familial and environmental factors.
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AU  - Nasrudin -
AU  - Tjipto Suwandi
AU  - Cholichul Hadi
PY  - 2017/08
DA  - 2017/08
TI  - Analysis of the effect of Individual, Familial and Environmental Factors on Family Stigma of Leprosy in Jombang regency, East Java Indonesia
BT  - 1st International Conference Postgraduate School Universitas Airlangga : "Implementation of Climate Change Agreement to Meet Sustainable Development Goals" (ICPSUAS 2017)
PB  - Atlantis Press
SP  - 153
EP  - 157
SN  - 2352-5398
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