Predictor Analysis of Antenatal Care Behavior in the Pandemic Era in the Work Area of the Banyuwangi Kabat Health Center

Authors

  • Rahmawati Raharjo Nursing, Health Sciences, University of Bakti Indonesia
  • Henny Purwaningsih
  • Gufron Wahyudi

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.30994/jqph.v5i2.363

Keywords:

Covid 19, ANC, Behavior

Abstract

The spread of COVID-19 caused by the SARS-CoV-2 virus has spread worldwide . On January 30, 2020, WHO declared it a public health emergency (Suryani & Purwodiharjo, 2021). Indonesia is currently expanding across regions, followed by an increase in the number of cases and the number of deaths (Purba, 2021). Overview of the Death Rate from Positive COVID-19 Cases Per 100,000 Population Based on Regency/City, Banyuwangi is ranked 8th at the national level at 396 with the highest number of deaths.ANC is a visit by pregnant women with health workers aimed at monitoring the progress of pregnancy to ensure the health of the mother and baby's growth and development, to recognize any abnormalities or complications that may occur during pregnancy, prepare for childbirth, prepare for the postpartum period and provide exclusive breastfeeding. (Fatkhiyah , d kk, 2020). This type of research is quantitative using observational analytical methods using a cross sectional approach. The variables in this study consisted of independent variables and dependent variables. The independent variable isbehavioral factors (age, occupation, knowledge, and attitude). The dependent variable is ANC (antenatal care) behavior . The number of samples in this study were 30, using total sampling technique. Data collection techniques were carried out by distributing questionnaires. The analysis in this study used Multiple Linear Regression Test consisting of t test and F test.

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Published

2022-05-31

How to Cite

Rahmawati Raharjo, Henny Purwaningsih, & Gufron Wahyudi. (2022). Predictor Analysis of Antenatal Care Behavior in the Pandemic Era in the Work Area of the Banyuwangi Kabat Health Center. Journal for Quality in Public Health, 5(2), 210–215. https://doi.org/10.30994/jqph.v5i2.363