Proceedings of the International Conference on Sports Science and Health (ICSSH 2022)

+ Advanced search
41 articles
Proceedings Article

Peer-Review Statements

Yulingga Nanda Hanief, Rama Kurniawan, Tika Dwi Tama, Dian Mawarni, Anindya Hapsari, Nurhasmadiar Nandini, Erni Astutik, Mika Vernicia Humairo
Proceedings Article

Analysis of Factors Related to Compliance with Wearing Masks in the Mongging Market Based on the Health Belief Model

Ellya Fahira, Rara Warih Gayatri, Suci Puspita Ratih, Sapto Adi
Covid-19 is a virus that transmits rapidly from one person to another, one of which is in public facilities such as traditional market. This study aims to analyze factors related to mask use obedience behavior on traders and buyers in the Mongging Market Based on the Health Belief Model. This is a quantitative...
Proceedings Article

Analysis of Behavioral Predispositive Factors of Adolescent Women Towards Vaginal Discharge Phenomenon: A Case Study of Senior High School 1 Karangan, Trenggalek Regency

Ema Novita Deniati, Veronica Yora Sakti, Annisaa Annissa
Adolescence as a period of transition from childhood to adulthood is closely related to physical, hormonal, and psychological changes. Adolescence or puberty in girls is marked by menstruation, so it is important for adolescents to maintain and care for their reproductive health, especially the external...
Proceedings Article

The Correlation of Smoking Behaviour, Physical Activity, and Eating Patterns with the Incidence of Impaired Glucose Tolerance in DKI Jakarta in 2018

Dina Zahrotul Aisyi, Hartati Eko Wardani, Lucky Radita Alma
The proportion of Impaired Glucose Tolerance (IGT) in Indonesia has increased in the last 5 years, from 29.9% in 2013 to 30.8% in 2018. IGT tends to be overlooked because it does not have specific symptoms, but if IGT is ignored it will develop rapidly into Type II DM. The purpose of this study was to...
Proceedings Article

Trial Recording and Reporting of Manual Early Warning Alert and Response System (EWARS) at the Public Health Office P2KB Lumajang Regency

Windi Chusniah Rachmawati, Gimida Nisahika, Munif Arifin
The Spreadsheet for Recording and Reporting the Manual (SKDR) is a system established as a back-up for SKDR data owned by the Public Health Office, Population Control and Family Planning Office of Lumajang Regency. This program aims to assist the verification process carried out by regency level surveillance...
Proceedings Article

Literature Study: Relationship of Low Birth Weight and Exclusive Breastfeeding on Stunting

Lu’lu’im Mutakifah, Hartati Eko Wardani, Rany Ekawati, Anindya Hapsari
Stunting is a condition where the toddler’s height is less than normal based on age and gender. The purpose of this study was to review previous studies regarding the relationship between low birth weight and exclusive breastfeeding with the incidence of stunting in children under five. The method used...
Proceedings Article

Relationship Between Environment and Attitudes with Perception of Adolescents About Early Marriage

Dewi Fatimah, Moch. Yunus, Lucky Radita Alma
The case of early marriage in Wajak district has increased every year and has a high value in Malang Regency. The perception of Adolescent is one of the causes for youth to decide whether to marry at an early age. There are many factors that can affect the perception of adolescent one of them is environment...
Proceedings Article

Adolescent Knowledge, Attitude, and School Roles About Premarital Sexual Behavior at High School in Batu City

Yuda Noviyan Syah, Hartati Eko Wardani, Rany Ekawati, Anindya Hapsari
Teenagers are prone to premarital sexual behavior problems. SDKI in 2017 reported premarital sexual behavior of 59% in women and 74% in men. Premarital sexual behavior in adolescents can be influenced by school knowledge, attitudes, and roles. This behavior affects cases of HIV/AIDS, abortion, and early...
Proceedings Article

Sexual Risk Behavior Among Adolescents in a State Senior High School in East Java, Indonesia

Yhenti Widjayanti, Angelia Arnanda, Veronica silalahi
Some adolescents engage in sexually risky behavior. Sexual risk behavior is unprotected sexual contact with partners who are possible HIV and AIDS carriers. This study aimed to examine sexual risk behavior among high school students. This study was a cross-sectional study. Respondents of this study were...
Proceedings Article

The Relationship Among Knowledge, Mothers' Occupation, and Support of Health Workers to Exclusive Breastfeeding in Ngajum Public Health Centre, Malang

Ageng Rahmawan, Moch Yunus, Anindya Hapsari
Exclusive breastfeeding is a nutritional intake that must be given to babies aged 0–6 months to help maximize their growth and development and also to prevent babies from getting sick. Mothers' knowledge, mothers’ occupation, and support of health workers are some factors identified affecting the...
Proceedings Article

Literature Review: Predisposing, Enabling and Reinforcing Factors that Influence Community Open Defecation Behavior in Indonesia

Karin Yolanda, Septa Katmawanti, Anindya Hapsari, Hartati Eko Wardani
Open defecation is a condition where a person defecates in an open place which can cause environmental pollution and trigger many diseases such as diarrhea and cholera. In Indonesia, in 2020 there were 19 million people still doing open defecation. Thus from that data, Indonesia became the 4th country...
Proceedings Article

Literature Review: Exclusive Breastfeeding Description in Indonesia from Social Cultural Aspects

Danty Sekar Aurellia, Septa Katmawanti, Agung Kurniawan, Hartati Eko Wardani
The socio-cultural environment influences people’s speculation, attitudes, and behavior, including breastfeeding. Socio- cultural factors related to exclusive breastfeeding, one example is found in the Ngalum ethnic community, Papua, where the community does not give colostrum to their babies. Studies...
Proceedings Article

Implementation of the Use of Website Media for High Risk Delivery Planning Towards Healthy Mothers and Babies in the Gondangwetan Health Center Area

Windi Chusniah Rachmawati, Ratih Anggraeni
Health problems that are a priority are maternal and child health problems due to high maternal and infant mortality rates in Indonesia. The attention of pregnant women and their families to implement the Childbirth Planning and Complications Prevention Program is quite low. This study aims to create...
Proceedings Article

Relationship of Knowledge and Attitude with Nutritional Status of Pregnant Women in One of Malang City Health Center

Alfinadelasari Putri Fariadi, Septa Katmawanti, Agung Kurniawan, Supriyadi Supriyadi
Pregnancy is a time to increase fetal growth and development. The growth and development of children certainly cannot be separated from the nutritional status of the mother. Lack of knowledge about nutrition can cause mothers not to know how to fulfill nutrition during pregnancy. The purpose of the research...
Proceedings Article

Physical Activity Behaviour of Working Women with High Body Mass Index: An Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis

Nurrul Riyad Fadhli, Imam Hariadi, Taufik, Ari Mei Wulandari, Eldiene Zaura I’tamada, Rida Hanania
The aim is to find out the habits of career women who have a high BMI. The method used is a survey with IPA (Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis) analysis. The IPA analysis itself is used to conduct an in-depth examination of the direct experience experienced by a person. The essence of IPA itself...
Proceedings Article

The Effect of Using Handbooks on Increasing Community Knowledge About the Program Kampung Iklim (ProKlim)

Muhammad Al-Irsyad, Ikhda Farah Damayanti, Anita Sulistyorini, Ferry Setyaningrum, Titik Nurhidayati
Currently, global warming has caused global climate change. Uncontrolled climate change has resulted in the emergence of various health and environmental problems. The world responds to this situation by making the prevention of climate change through the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). To realize...
Proceedings Article

The Correlation Between Working Posture and Musculoskeletal Disorders of Rice Porters in Malang

Kezia Chrisantina Putri, Erianto Fanani, Moch. Yunus, Septa Katmawanti
Musculoskeletal disorders are the most common subjective complaints on the skeletal muscle that felts by the workers, which can be fatal for the worker’s safety and health. This study aims to analyse the correlation between working posture and musculoskeletal disorders on rice porters in Malang. This...
Proceedings Article

Sharpening Public Health’s Goals and Tools in Currently Global Issue

Djoko Kustono
Public health programs aim to assure fair access to high-quality care for all necessary health care packages, including preventive, promotional, curative, rehabilitative, and palliative care. Currently, we face numerous global issues, including issues in the public health aspect. Some of the popular...
Proceedings Article

The Role of Volunteers for Stunting Acceleration Prevention Program in Batu City

Erwin N. Pratama, Sandra Sangga Dewi
The high incidence of stunting in Batu City and the importance of solving stunting problems in Batu City have created a caring community, namely Volunteers for Stunting Acceleration Prevention Program (Relawan Percepatan Penanggulangan Stunting) in Batu City. This study uses an interpretive research...
Proceedings Article

Effect of Black Soldier Fly (BSF) Larvae to Market Biological Waste Management, Jombang Regency

Mika Vernicia Humairo, Hana Nur Aisah
Increasing population density makes people’s consumption’s higher too. This condition makes waste increases. The waste generated in Jombang Regency more than 417,838 m3 per day in 2010. The comparison between biological waste and non-biological waste produced is 61% and 39%. Respectively, that residents...
Proceedings Article

The Correlation Between Compliance with the Use of PPE with the Incidence of Acute Respiratory Infections (ARI) at PT. Alba Unggul Metal

Nugraheni Puji Lestari, Moch. Yunus, Anita Sulistyorini, Anindya Hapsari
The International Labor Organization (ILO) estimates that 2.78 million workers die each year. The causes of death of 2.4 million are caused by occupational diseases, one of which comes from the manufacturing industry, where air pollution is one of the impacts of work activities. Diseases from air pollution,...
Proceedings Article

The Effect of Educational Interventions and Stretching Practices on Musculoskeletal System Complaints (Case Study on Rice Portes at the Warehouse Department of Bulog GBB Kebonagung)

Yuannisa Garneta, Moch. Yunus, Anita Sulistyorini, Anindya Hapsari
Occupational Diseases as written in Presidential Regulation Number 7 of 2019 is a diseases caused by work and/or work environment. One of the diseases that can occur in the work environment is musculoskeletal disorders. According to data from the Indonesian Ministry of Health in 2018, based on a doctor’s...
Proceedings Article

Basketball Basic Skills Levels of Students in East Java, Indonesia

Ade Nando Hardiansyah, Oni Bagus Januarto, Arief Darmawan, Febrita Paulina Heynoek
This research describes fundamental basketball skills of basketball extracurricural students individual at MA Negeri 2 Probolinggo City which is still unknown. The type of this research is the quantitative descriptive with the survey method. The number of students who took part in basketball extracurricural...
Proceedings Article

Identification of Training Activities and Body Porportions of Athlete Students in Sports Schools

Setiyo Hartoto, Bayu Budi Prakoso, Awang Firmansyah, Satwika Arya Pratama
Student-athletes have tremendous potential to be developed into elite athletes. Special sports schools provide opportunities for student-athletes to develop their potential more optimally. The implementation of boarding schools in sports-specific schools provides adequate facilities for student-athletes...
Proceedings Article

Identification of Implementation of School Health Education Through Physical Education

Suroto, Bayu Budi Prakoso, Wilyi Yustanti, Galang Baqiyudin
The implementation of important school health education is optimized. Optimization can be done if the PE teacher as the supervisor, is quite capable in implementing the program in affecting the healthy degree of students. At least PE teachers have a healthy lifestyle, weight status, health literacy,...
Proceedings Article

The Effect of the Drill Method on the Forearm Passing Ability of Volleyball Athletes, Senior High School Students, and Junior High School Students: A Meta-Analysis Study

Bimantara Kusuma Putra Wijaya, Imam Hariadi, Yulingga Nanda Hanief
Study about the effect of the drill method on the forearm passing ability of volleyball has many conducted in field sport. Various studies explain that the drill method affects the forearm passing ability of volleyball, but results from every study tend to vary. The difference causes needed to do data...
Proceedings Article

Pumpchees Bar Development (Pumpkin Seeds and Chia Seeds) as an Alternative High-Fiber Snack

Dhana Alvia Noor, Septa Katmawanti, Agung Kurniawan, Supriyadi
The transition in dietary habits toward low-fiber fast food may be a risk factor for obesity and metabolic syndrome. Fiber has several advantages, one of which is that it can provide a long feeling of fullness. Pumpkin seeds and chia seeds are examples of high-fiber foods. The goal of this study was...
Proceedings Article

Relationship Invasion Games on Mobile Learning-Based Media PJKR FIK UM

Dwi Dimas Bima Sakti, Febrita Paulina Heynooek, Rama Kurniawan
This study aims to analyze the need for mobile learning-based learning media on basketball invasion materials. This research is a qualitative descriptive study, the subjects of this research are students of the Department of Physical Education, Health and Recreation, Faculty of Sports Science at Malang...
Proceedings Article

iSpring Application for Refereeing and Organizing Materials Basketball Competition

Febrita Paulina Heynoek, Rama Kusuma Putra Aji, Rama Kurniawan
Learning the material for referring and organizing competition provides education to students on various kinds of control signals in referring and systematically organizes matches. The purpose of developing learning media based on the application of refereeing material and organizing basketball lecture...
Proceedings Article

The Importance Having Fundamental Basketball Techniques Mobile Learning-Based Media

Febrita Paulina Heynoek, Hafida Hedi Warda, Rama Kurniawan
Developing a learning media by utilizing technological developments can improve the quality of learning and delivery of information. The destination of the study is to analyze the need for mobile learning-based learning media in basketball courses. This research is a type of qualitative descriptive research...
Proceedings Article

Combination of Tolo and Soy Bean Ice Cream as an Alternatif Snack for Autistic Children

Fitramila Dwi Ariyadni, Septa Katmawanti, Farah Paramita, Anindya Hapsari
Prevalence of Autism is increase and child autism need variation GFCF food one frequent food consumed child autism is ice cream. Please and soya bean is peanuts that can processed Becomes milk vegetable as replacement milk cow, where milk vegetable then developed Becomes ice cream vegetable. Destination...
Proceedings Article

The Effectiveness of Minum Kuy as a Reminder of the Water Consumption Schedule for Athletes

Ni Putu Nita Wijayanti, Aref Vai, Aulia Gusdernawati, Agus Sulastio, Ardiah Juita, Ali Mandan
Water in the body plays a very important role in the process of digestion and metabolism. If the body is properly hydrated, the adequacy of water in the body can maintain and stabilize blood flow, lubricate joints and body tissues, and facilitate the digestive process. The purpose of this study was to...
Proceedings Article

Relationship Between Diet and Physical Activity with the Nutritional Status of Adolescents During the Covid 19 Pandemic at the Laboratory High School, State University of Malang

Nonik Indrawati, Septa Katmawanti, Farah Paramita, Supriyadi
During COVID-19 pandemic era, the diets and physical activities of adolescents tended to change. The changes of the diets and physical activities were due to limited activities during the COVID-19 pandemic. The purpose of this study was to determine the relationship between diet and physical activities...
Proceedings Article

Relationship Between Self-Efficacy and Teamwork in SMAN 1 Sooko Basketball

Akbar Aldi Surya Nugraha, Supriyadi, Prisca Widiawati, Kurniati Rahayuni
This study was conducted to determine the relationship between self-efficacy and cooperation in the basketball team of SMAN 1 Sooko Mojokerto. The subjects used in this study were 16 members of the men's basketball team of SMAN 1 SOOKO aged 16–18 years. The research instrument used was the New General...
Proceedings Article

Analysis of Students’ Attitudes in Physical Education Learning Class

Rama Kurniawan, Ari Wibowo Kurniawan, Sera Nimas Anggraini
Attitude is an important aspect of learning objectives for students. One part of the effort to instill attitude values in schools is through learning physical education, sports, and health. This study aimed to obtain information and examine the attitudes of students in participating in learning. The...
Proceedings Article

Development of Teacher Modules for Learning Manipulative Movement for Autistic Students

Rama Kurniawan, Dwi Putri Noviardah, Febrita Paulina Heynoek, Cahyo Nugroho Sigit
The problem for Special School teachers today is that they have difficulty delivering manipulative motion material to students with different child conditions. This research and development aim is to develop a teacher module in learning manipulative motion material for class IV SDLB with autism with...
Proceedings Article

Podcast as a Media Learning Basketball

Siti Ukhdatul Laily, Febrita Paulina Heynoek, Rama Kurniawan
This study aims to analyze the need for audio podcast-based learning media in basketball courses. This research is a type of quantitative descriptive survey research. The subjects of this study were students of the Department of Physical Education, Health and Recreation, Faculty of Sports Science at...
Proceedings Article

The Effect of Imagery Training on Performance Improvement in Basic Football Techniques: A Meta-Analysis Study

Iqbal Maulana, Supriatna, Yulingga Nanda Hanief
Studies examining imagery training and improving the performance of basic football techniques have been widely conducted in the sports field. These kinds of studies explain that imagery training has a very positive effect on the performance improvement of athletes in several sports, particularly football....
Proceedings Article

Comparison of Interest in Sepak Takraw by Class VII and VIII Students at SMPN 12 Malang City and SMPN 1 Donomulyo Malang Regency

Abis Firmansyah, Agus Tomi, Rama Kurniawan, M. E. Winarno
This study aims to determine the differences in the interests In the VII and VIII grade student interests of SMPN 12 Malang City and SMPN 1 Donomulyo Malang Regency towards extracurricular activities of sepak takraw. Using a quantitative descriptive research design survey method with manipulative independent...
Proceedings Article

Alternative Assessment for Movement Skills in Physical Education: The Effectiveness of Online Self and Peer Assessment

Gema Fitriady, Siti Nurrochmah, Dona Sandy Yudasmara, Norlena Salamuddin
The purpose of this study was to determine the effectiveness of online self- and peer-assessment for movement skills in physical education in responding to the health crisis due to the COVID-19 pandemic, to ensure an effective assessment in the “new normal” period. Online assessments conducted by students...
Proceedings Article

Development of Application-Based Pencak Silat Learning Materials for Teachers of Physical Education Subjects, Junior High Schools, in Jember Regency

Ari Wibowo Kurniawan, Dinda Ayu Ningati
Learning is an effort of assistance provided by the teacher to students, the mentoring effort is carried out so that they can carry out the process of acquiring knowledge. This research aims to develop application-besed learning of pencak silat material for teacher of PJOK SMP subjects in Jember. This...