Proceedings of the 1st World Conference on Health and Social Science (WCHSS 2022)
Anna Suraya, Renan Prasta Jenie, Gama Widyaputra, Bambang Sulistyo, Marina Indriasari, M. Arsyad Subu
The Effectiveness of One’s Decision to Report on Emergency Situation Victims: A Systemic Literature Review
Agung Cahyono Triwibowo, Fatma Lestari, Mila Tejamaya, Sabarinah Prasetyo, Putri Winda Lestari
Reporting on victims of an emergency by community members has been generally made. However, the effectiveness of such action is still in question. The ever-changing condition in the accident site and the community’s readiness to encounter it requires their preparedness. This literature review aims to...
Psychological Problems and Coping Strategies of Health Workers in Caring for Covid-19 Patients: A Qualitative Study
Ayu Pratiwi, Meynur Rohmah, Yunike Edmaningsih
Individual coping includes psychological and life adjustments, altruistic actions, team support, and rational cognition. Health workers need coping strategies as a way to control themselves against stressors. Coping strategies can help health workers in reducing anxiety and psychological impact. The...
Sex and Type of Mask to Prevent Acute Respiratory Infections in New Normal Era Among Nursing Students
Apriana Rahmawati, Ulfa Nur Rohmah, Shenda Maulina Wulandari, Harizza Pertiwi, Agung Setiyadi
The high incidence of acute respiratory infections (ARI) still is a health problem in Indonesia. As the new normal mandated by the government, the widespread use of masks is the key to ending the COVID-19 pandemic. The study was centered to identify the relationship between sex and type of mask to prevent...
Cindy Dwi Agustine, Anna Suraya
Introduction: The existence of the COVID-19 pandemic that entered Indonesia had an impact on the physical activity of students. Activities that were usually carried out on campus and outside campus were hampered. The pandemic required students to perform activities mostly at home to reduce the transmission...
A Cross-Sectional Study Based on Worker’s Health Check-Up in Indonesia
Anna Suraya, Aria Kekalih, Dewi Friska, Dewi Yunia Fitriani
Background: Indonesia has more than 125 million workers, and Indonesian regulations ordered medical check-ups for all employees. Despite abundant workers’ health data in industries and health providers, national data is still limited. This study aimed to investigate the health profile of Indonesian workers. ...
Knowledge and Practice of COVID-19 Preventive Measures Among Indonesian College Students; A Survey After Two Years of Pandemic
Anna Suraya, Annisa Awaliyah Nursanti, Camelia Eka Putri, Istiyazah Anitia, Steffy Janifer Millenia
This study aimed to discover knowledge and practices of COVID-19 preventive measures of college students after two years of the pandemic to prevent the spread of COVID-19. A cross-sectional study was conducted from March to June 2022. Fifteen questions of knowledge and 12 questions for practice were...
The Effectiveness of Health Education in Increasing Knowledge of Early Detection Danger Signs During Pregnancy
Maryuni, Legina Anggraeni, R. A. Mella Yuria
Background Several studies show pregnant women have less knowledge about health risks during pregnancy. It indicates that pregnant woman needs some effective health education methods. Objective. This study aims to determine the effectiveness of health education in increasing knowledge of the early detection...
Bernadetha Nadeak, Carmen Siagian, Elferida Sormin, Citra Puspa Juwita
Background. Stunting is still a complex problem for Indonesia, especially in Nusa Tenggara Timur, the highest stunting rate province. Objective. To find out the relationship between family and infant characteristics for the potential of stunting. Methods. This research was quantitative research with...
Legina Anggraeni, Maryuni, Lia Nurdini
The COVID-19 pandemic has brought about mental changes for every human being, including pregnant women worldwide. Anxiety will impact the mother and the growth and development of the fetus she is carrying. This study aimed to identify pregnant women’s anxiety levels and the risk factors that can cause...
The Distribution of Unmet Needs for Contraception Events in 155 Villages of Muaro Jambi, Jambi Province, in 2021
Lia Nurdini, Sabarinah Prasetyo, Legina Anggraeni
Unmet need for contraception is an unmet need for family planning, with the percentage of married women wanting to stop or delay childbearing without using modern contraceptive methods. In Indonesia, 2021 experienced a significant increase in unmet need for contraception of 18% with a target of 8,3%....
Meynur Rohmah, Ayu Pratiwi, Yunike Edmaningsih
In hypertensive patients who experience anxiety, their blood pressure will increase which causes them to be more susceptible to complications of hypertension, so it is important to pay attention to mental health conditions in hypertensive patients. Purpose: to determine the effectiveness of Spirizomacare...
Perception of Pregnant Mothers About Their Psychological Well-Being During the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Qualitative Study
Lastri Mei Winarni, Rita Damayanti, Sabarinah Prasetyo, Yati Afiyanti, Dicky C. Pelupessy
The COVID-19 pandemic affects the mental health of pregnant mothers. Therefore, it was imperative to assess their psychological well-being from their perception. Objective. This study aimed to understand pregnant mothers’ perceptions of their psychological well-being during the COVID-19 pandemic. A qualitative...
A Proposed Algorithm Based on Artificial Intelligence to Optimize the Ratio of Food Combinations on a Meal Plate
Renan Prasta Jenie, Bayu Prastowo, Ichsan Hardyanto, Ade Kurniawan, Johan Iskandar, Muhammad Dahrul
Background. The Pedoman Gizi Seimbang (Balance Nutrition Guideline, PGS) program was already mandated by the Indonesian Health Ministry as a national daily intake recommendation. The government uses the Isi Piringku (My Plate, IP) program to improve the program further. However, the food combination...
Shenda Maulina Wulandari, Apriana Rahmawati, Ulfa Nur Rohmah, Harizza Pertiwi, Zakiyah
The N95 Particulate Respirator (N95 mask) is the highest filtering mask, but there are some complaints about its use, one of which is difficulty breathing. Objective. Therefore, this study aimed to determine whether the use of N95 masks had any effect on oxygen saturation, respiration rate, and complaint...
The Influence of Service Quality on Interest in Repeat Visits with Patient Satisfaction Intervening Variable
The large number of health facilities from time to time has made business in the health service industry an unavoidable business competition and a future challenge for business people. To face future competition and challenges, Dr. Marina seeks to improve service quality and patient satisfaction in the...
Sari Narulita, Mohamad Syafaat, Wulan Fitriani Safari
Intravenous therapy (infusion) or IV therapy is widely used in the medical field. IV therapy is the giving of fluids into the body, through a needle, into a vein to replace lost fluids or nutrients from the body. Monitoring of intravenous fluids is still done manually. Many cases of patient deaths are...
The Emotional Intelligent and Social Support as Predictor of Stress at Work Among Nurses During Post Pandemic
Sumayah Soimah, Sukma Putri Utami
This study investigates the influence relationship between emotional intelligence and social support on work stress in nurses during the post-pandemic situation. This study uses Multidimensional Instrument of Perceived Social Support (α = 0,870), Work Stress (α = 0,904), and Wong and Law Emotional Intelligence...
COVID-19 Among Indonesian College Students; Epidemiology Characteristic and Clinical Phenomenon During Infection
Choirunisa Fauziah, Anna Suraya
The information about COVID-19 prevalence, symptoms, and treatment among Indonesian college students has been limited. This study aims to discover the epidemiological characteristic and clinical phenomenon of COVID-19 infection among university students in Indonesia to provide valuable references for...