Regional Language Mini Poster as an Alternative Media for Health Promotion Hand Hygiene

Jurnal Ilmiah Kesehatan

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Title Regional Language Mini Poster as an Alternative Media for Health Promotion Hand Hygiene
Mini Poster Berbahasa Daerah sebagai Alternatif Media Promosi Kesehatan Kepatuhan Mencuci Tangan
 
Creator Andriani, Yunik
Suwarni, Linda
Arfan, Iskandar
 
Subject hand washing compliance
poster
health promotion
kepatuhan mencuci tangan
poster
promosi kesehatan
 
Description The incidence of diarrhea in Prosperous Village has increased from year to year. One effort to prevent diarrhea is to wash hands with soap and running water after defecation, before preparing food, and before eating. This study aimed to look at the effectiveness of regionally-colored mini posters on the compliance of mothers washing their hands in Sejahtera Village. A quasy experimental design (quasy experiment) non-equivalent control group was used. The research sample of 30 people taken by quota sampling technique. The statistical test used was the T-Test and the Kruskall-Wallis Test with a 95% confidence level. The results showed there were significant differences in compliance of mothers washing their hands with soap and running water in the experimental group mounting regional-language mini posters and soaps, installing local-language mini posters only, and the control group at the time after defecation, before preparing food, and before eating between before and after the intervention (p value <0.05). The mini-poster media in local languages ​​is effective in increasing compliance with mothers washing their hands. Regional language poster media can be an alternative in health promotion media for the prevention of primary disease.
 
Angka kejadian diare di Desa Sejahtera mengalami trend peningkatan dari tahun ke tahun. Salah satu upaya pencegahan penyakit diare adalah mencuci tangan pakai sabun dan air mengalir setelah buang air besar, sebelum menyiapkan makanan, dan sebelum makan. Penelitian bertujuan mengetahui efektivitas mini poster berbahasa daerah terhadap kepatuhan ibu mencuci tangan di Desa Sejahtera. Penelitian ini menggunakan desain eksperimen semu (quasy experiment) non-equivalent control group. Sampel penelitian sebanyak 30 orang yang diambil dengan teknik quota sampling. Uji statistik yang digunakan T-Test dan Kruskall-Wallis Test dengan tingkat kepercayaan 95%. Hasil penelitian menunjukkan ada perbedaan signifikan kepatuhan ibu mencuci tangan pakai sabun dan air mengalir pada kelompok eksperimen pemasangan mini poster berbahasa daerah dan sabun, pemasangan mini poster berbahasa daerah saja, dan kelompok kontrol pada waktu setelah buang air besar, sebelum menyiapkan makanan, dan sebelum makan antara sebelum dan setelah intervensi (p value < 0,05). Hal ini menunjukkan media mini poster berbahasa daerah efektif dalam meningkatkan kepatuhan ibu mencuci tangan. Media poster berbahasa daerah dapat menjadi alternatif dalam media promosi kesehatan guna pencegahan penyakit tingkat dasar.
 
Publisher LPPM Akper Yapenas 21 Maros
 
Date 2020-04-30
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion
Peer-reviewed Article
 
Format application/pdf
 
Identifier https://ojs.yapenas21maros.ac.id/index.php/jika/article/view/38
10.36590/jika.v2i1.38
 
Source Jurnal Ilmiah Kesehatan; Vol. 2 No. 1 (2020): Volume 2 Nomor 1 April 2020; 9-18
Jurnal Ilmiah Kesehatan; Vol 2 No 1 (2020): Volume 2 Nomor 1 April 2020; 9-18
2686-2883
2337-9847
10.36590/jika.v2i1
 
Language ind
 
Relation https://ojs.yapenas21maros.ac.id/index.php/jika/article/view/38/21
 
Rights Copyright (c) 2020 Yunik Andriani, Linda Suwarni, Iskandar Arfan
https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0
 

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