Proceedings of the 3rd International Scientific Meeting on Public Health and Sports (ISMOPHS 2021)

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Mapping the Vulnerability of Covid-19 in Sumatera Barat Based on Population Density

Fadillah Ulva, Wilda Tri Yuliza
All areas in Sumatera Barat have been exposed to Covid-19 with a distribution of high, medium, and low risk. Population density are considered to be the driving factors for the spread of Covid-19. The purpose of this study was to see an overview of the Covid-19 spreading by population density factor....
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COVID-19 Clusters in Malaysia

A Descriptive Analysis

Zawiah Mansor, Siti Aisah Mokhtar
Understanding COVID 19 cluster infection is vital as it evaluates the current situation and serves as the basis of further action in control and prevention strategies. We aim to describe the characteristics of COVID-19 clusters in Malaysia based on location, types, positive percentage, and case fatality...
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Knowledge and Attitudes of Mothers on the Behavior of Wearing Masks to Children Towards COVID -19 Prevention in Meri Mojokerto East Java

Asih Media Yuniarti, Dwi Helynarti Syurandhari, Mukhammad Himawan Saputra, Rian Fitroh Huda
Coronaviruses are part of the virus family that causes illnesses ranging from the flu to more severe illnesses such as Middle East Respiratory Syndrome and Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome. COVID-19 is a new type of disease that was discovered in 2019 and has never been identified as affecting humans...
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Culture of Diet and Utilization of Health Services on Stunting Cases in Children Aged 2-5 Years in Bangkalan East Java

Novita Eka Kusuma Wardani, Ani Media Harumi, Asih Media Yuniarti
Stunting is the most common problem in developing countries, including Indonesia. The problem of stunting is a new issue that harms nutritional problems in Indonesia because it affects the physical and functional aspects of the child’s body and increases the child’s morbidity, even the stunting incident...
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Vaccine Rejection Identity on Facebook in the Context of a Conflict

The Risk and Coping Strategies of Vaccine Refusal Group

Fathia Islamiyatul Syahida, Dinda Dania Nadine Asy Syifa, Indira Kirani Putri, M. Fathan Haidar Januar, Tito Edy Priandono
The success of the vaccination program is influenced by the presence of social media. Facebook gives vaccine repellents access to share content, express opinions about vaccines, communicate and interact. In revealing their identity, vaccine repellents are inseparable from risk and conflict. The main...
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Game-Based Badminton Smash Training Model for Beginner

Asrori Yudhaprawira, Moch. Asmawi, Firmansyah Dlis
This research aimed to produce a game-based badminton smash training model for beginners (novice players). The research used the research and development (R&D) methods of Borg and Gall. The research subjects were 30 novice players in PB. Jaya Raya Jakarta. Data collection techniques were carried...
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Prevalence of COVID-19 Infection and Its Associated Factors Among Government Healthcare Workers (HCWs) in Lahad Datu, Sabah

M.R. Nur Syarah Zulaikha, A.R. Anita, M. Siti Aisah, G. Valentine
The increase in Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) cases involving healthcare workers (HCWs) raises concern and puts a burden on government health services due to the reduced availability of functional workforce despite increasing workload demand. To determine the prevalence of COVID-19 infection and...
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Effectiveness of Antenatal Exercise Intervention Using Behavioral Theory on Exercise Adherence Among Antenatal Women: Research Protocol

Nur Farhana Md Yunus, Rosliza Abdul Manaf, Hayati Abd Kadir, Suriani Ismail, Parwathi Alagirisamy
Antenatal exercise (ANE) is one of physical activity recommended for antenatal women as the benefits outweigh the risks. Despite knowing the benefits of exercises, most antenatal women are less active during pregnancy. Addressing women’s attitude and barriers to exercise are crucial in designing intervention,...
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Nutrition Facts Analysis of Agung Banana Flour During Ripening

Yunita Rakhmawati, Sri Rahayu Lestari, Ade Wahyu Pratama, Nur Sulistiyowati
Stunting is a condition that was lack of energy and protein for a long time. Tackling the problem of stunting is done by optimizing local food as a source of energy and nutrients. One of the local potentials that have not been widely utilized as an energy source is bananas. The aims of this study is...
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Determinants of Metabolic Syndrome (Hypertension and Diabetes Mellitus Type 2)

Masriadi Masriadi, Fatmah Afrianty Gobel, Rizka Kinanti Adam, Hasta handayani Indrus
Metabolic Syndrome (SM) is a complex metabolic disorder caused by obesity, insulin resistance, diabetes mellitus, and hypertension. The prevalence of metabolic syndrome continues to increase from year to year in Ternate Maluku Regency. This can be seen from the prevalence of cases, namely 27.9% (2017),...
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The Proxymate Analysis and Carbohydrate Compound of Rice Analogue Tuber Base as Energy Sources Alternative for Metabolic Syndrome

Yunita Rakhmawati, Abdul Gofur, Rahmi Masita, Narisa Ika Kusumadewi, Ika Nanda Febriana
Adults with metabolic syndrome have a higher risk of mortality than people without metbolic syndrome. To minimize the risk of metabolic syndrome it is necessary to improve a healthy lifestyle and be selective towards food. The source of carbohydrates is not only from morning rice, but also type of tubers...
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Evidence-Based Public Health COVID-19 Measures: From Practice to Policy to Curriculum

Brahmaputra Marjadi
The complex public health challenges posed by COVID-19 pandemic provide a great opportunity to reflect and identify improvements to pandemic response practices, policies, and curricula. The public health developmental and resourcing divide can clearly be seen from the identification of the pandemic through...
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Emergency Room Disaster Preparedness Management of Mitra Delima Hospital in COVID-19 Pandemic

Tommy Kristanto, Aurick Yudha Nagara, Dhian Kartikasari
COVID-19 still become a major problem for the entire world population, with the number of cases reaching 46 million as of October 2020. The COVID-19 widespread is one of a kind since of the scale, speed of spread, and need of logical information related to this unused disease. Hospitals, especially ER...
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Analysis of Organic and Inorganic Waste Management Towards a Green Campus at Universitas Negeri Malang

Firda Hilma Puspitasari, Supriyadi Supriyadi, Muhammad Al-Irsyad
Waste is intentionally wasted or disposed of because its benefits have been taken from the results of human activities and natural processes that have no economic value. Poor waste management will result in waste problems for the environment and have a bad impact on health. One of the efforts to overcome...
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A Descriptive Study of People’s Health Care Facility Preferences in Malang

Linda Fei Yuvita, Dita Ratna Fauziah, Shofiyatul Masyiyah, Iing Merillarosa Kharisma Wardani, Anis Yunita, Dian Mawarni
Health care service utilization in the national health insurance keeps increasing. On the other hand, people are becoming more critical in determining a health care facility as a place for getting treatment. The health care facility preference also illustrates the people’s demand pattern towards the...
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Analysis of Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, Threats in Humanitarian and Disaster Organizations: Literature Review

Annisa Aulia Azzahra, Ari Sihabul Fudhula’i, Autio Reza Asaddullah, Hanin Dianti Roidah, Anindya Hapsari, Dian Mawarni
Indonesia is a country that has a high level of disaster risk. Geographically, Indonesia has a high potential and is very prone to natural disasters such as volcanic eruptions, earthquakes, tsunamis, floods, and landslides. Therefore, humanitarian and disaster organizations have an important role to...
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Proximate Analysis of Noodles with Substitution of Jackfruit Seed Flour and Branch Flour as Alternative Food for Diabetes Patients

Kenyo Alfiani Hestiningtyas, Hartati Eko Wardani, Agung Kurniawan
Lifestyle is the riskiest cause for diabetes patients. One of easy processed food that are popular with the community is noodles. Jackfruit seed flour can be an alternative as a food product with high fibre content, and rice bran is a high-fibre and high-antioxidant food to ward off degenerative diseases...
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Verbal Abuse in Adolescents During the Covid-19 Pandemic

Rany Ekawati, Anisa Nur Rahma, Kartika Alifia, Nadia Regita Ayu Cahyani
The Covid-19 pandemic has now spread to all parts of the world, including Indonesia. The existence of this pandemic trigger problems such as mental health disorders in the form of stress and so on that can trigger verbal violence. Verbal abuse or by other names verbal abuse is an act that is verbally...
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Analysis of Management Systems and Trader’s Behavior in Managing Waste at Kamulan Market, Durenan District, Trenggalek Regency

Agista Windanastiti, Supriyadi Supriyadi, Agung Kurniawan
The purpose of this study is to obtain an overview of the waste management system applied in Kamulan Market and a description of the behavior of traders in managing waste. This study uses a descriptive survey method with a case study design. While the approach used is a qualitative approach. The targets...
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Development of Interactive Health Promotion Application Media Based on the “Hygiene Sanitation Vs Covid-19” Quiz and News Up Date as a Form of Corona Virus Prevention in Malang City Adolescents

Dewi Khoirun Nikmatus Z., Djoko Kustono, Muhammad Al-Irsyad
COVID-19 is a new type of virus with hight infectious rate. The prevalence rate of this virus in international scale in 2020 for Indonesia reaches 34th in the world and case fatality rate (CFR) for Indonesia is 3.96. Malang City has been included in the red zone since the pandemic beginning, considering...
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The Relationship Between Environmental Sanitation and Flies Density Rate in a Slaughterhouse in Sidoarjo Regency

Nailul Izzah Mahrusah, Supriyadi Supriyadi, Agung Kurniawan
This study aimed to determine the relationship between fly density and environmental sanitation in Slaughterhouse. This research is quantitative research using a cross-sectional approach. Data analysis in this research was done using the ETA correlation test and showed a p-value of <0.05, which means...
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Relationship Between Maternal Age and Chronic Energy Deficiency Status with Low Birth Weight Incidence in the Working Area of Arjuno Public Health Center

Nurotul Fitriyah, Lucky Radita Alma, Siti Nurrochmah
Indonesia ranked as the nine most LBW cases with a percentage of more than 15.5% of infant births in 2018. The trend of the incidence of LBW in East Java has increased from 2016 (3.6%) to 2017 (3.8%). In 2018, Arjuno Public Health Center experienced a trend of increasing the prevalence of LBW events...
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Analysis of Safety Building Facilities as a Fire Prevention Effort at the State University of Malang’s Faculty of Sports Science

Lingga Fitriana Sarida, Moch. Yunus, Sendhi Tristanti Puspitasari
A fire hazard is one of the potential hazards of Occupational Safety and Health or K3 in buildings. In high-rise buildings, escape routes are few and limited, necessitating the implementation of effective, efficient, and integrated fire prevention measures. The purpose of this study is to determine the...
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Effect of Purple Passion Fruit Juice on Total Cholesterol of Atherogenic Wistar Rat

Farah Paramita, Hiya Alfi Rahmah
Dyslipidemia is one of the main factor causing atherosclerosis. Dyslipidemia is lipoprotein metabolism disorder which is marked by an increasing of total cholesterol in blood serum. One of the nutrient that can be used to reducing cholesterol synthesis in hepar and inhibit lipid peroxidation is betacaroten...
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The Relationship Between Religiosity and Smoking Cessation: An Analysis of Indonesian Family Health Survey 2014

Tika Dwi Tama, Erni Astutik, Nurnaningsih Herya Ulfah
Besides having cultural diversity, Indonesia also has diversity in religion. All religion guide their followers to live in goodness and avoid harmful behavior. Smoking is one of harmful behavior that not only affect health but also others aspect in life. In the last five years, one of third population...
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Effect of Health Promotion Media on Adolescents’ Willingness to Use Electronic Cigarettes: A Literature Review

Anis Yunita, Shofiyatul Masyiyah, Nazira Dyah Maharani, Dian Mawarni
Electronic cigarettes are rapidly emerging into a new trend among adolescents. There are concerns about the impact of electronic cigarettes at both individual and public health levels. Health promotion efforts with various media have been conducted but are not optimal to reduce adolescent electronic...
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Android Application-Based Interactive Services for Diabetes Mellitus Patients

Rara Warih Gayatri, Septa Katmawanti, Hartati Eko Wardani, Low Wah Yun
Android applications have been developed for an early detection of type 2 Diabetes Mellitus (DM). However, its development has yet to be interactive and has not involved experts, such as health consultants. The purpose of this study is to develop an interactive service and a product design based on Android...
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Health Belief Model Analysis of Diarrhea in Students Tulungagung District

Chaecaria Ulfiantika Pramuti, Endang Sri Redjeki, Windi Chusniah Rachmawati
The study was conducted to analyze the application of the Health Belief Model theory to the possibility of diarrheal disease prevention behavior in junior high school students. The study was conducted with a cross sectional design with a quantitative approach. The research sample uses a purposive sampling...
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The Relationship Between Knowledge Levels and Attitudes About Waste Management Against Garbage Disposal Behavior in RW 06 Oro-Oro Dowo Malang City in 2019

Ema Novita Deniati, Annisaa Annisaa
Knowledge and attitudes have a close relationship in bringing up a behavior, especially environmental health behavior. The environment is still a major problem for environmental health, especially related to waste management. The community in RW 06 Oro-Oro Dowo Village, Klojen District, Malang City also...
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Management of the Medical Record System at the Mother and Child Hospital (RSIA) Puri Bunda Malang City, East Java in 2019

Ema Novita Deniati, Annisaa Annisaa
Medical records are very important in the process of patient data management in health care facilities. This study was conducted to identify the management of the medical record system at RSIA Puri Bunda Malang City. This qualitative research with a case study approach was done. Data were collected by...
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Development of Strenght Training Models for Soccer Players Age 12-16 on Arema Indonesia

Muhammad Hazbeehan, Moch. Yunus, Taufik Taufik
The study aims to develop an android application-based strength training media for Diklat Arema Indonesia and Training soccer athletes. This study uses the development design research method developed by Borg & Gall (1983). The subjects of this study were Arema Indonesia and training soccer athletes...
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A Study About Menstrual Personal Hygiene Knowledge and Behavior Among Adolescence School Girl in Jombang

Eka Tyas As Sidiqiah, Siti Nurrochmah, Farah Paramita
Sexual and reproductive health education is still considered taboo to be given to teenagers, so there are still many myths and bad perceptions related to menstruation. Preliminary studies show that there was 6 out of 10 students had poor menstrual personal hygiene. Self-care during menstruation can be...
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Determinants of Stunting in the Eastern Indonesia Region Based on Indonesian Family Life Survey 5 Data

Iing Merillarosa Kharisma Wardani, Siti Nurrochmah, Dian Mawarni
Stunting can lead to the decline in children’s cognitive, motoric, and language functions, as well as various degenerative diseases during adulthood. The Eastern Indonesia (EI) region has the highest rate of stunting throughout the country. This study aims to identify and review the determinants of stunting...