Journal for Quality in Public Health 2020-05-15T15:19:33+00:00 Heri Saputro, S.Kep., Ns., M.Kep. Open Journal Systems <p>Journal for Quality in Public Health published by Master of Public Health Program Institut Ilmu Kesehatan STRADA Indonesia. Published 2 times a years.</p> Analysis Of Protein Levels With Giving Kelor Leaf Extract (Moringa Oleifera) On Soy Milk 2020-05-15T15:19:33+00:00 Fajar Nur Atmaja <p>Soy milk is a beverage product that is currently being favored by the people of Indonesia, to increase the protein content in soy milk needs to be substituted for other ingredients using Moringa Oleifera leaf extract. The purpose of this study was to analyze the organoleptic acceptability of soy milk by giving Moringa Oleifera leaf extract.</p> <p>This research is quantitative research with experimental research design using the True Experiment research method. This research was conducted in December 2018 until February 2019 at the Food Quality and Safety Testing Laboratory of the Agricultural Product Technology Department of the Faculty of Agriculture, University of Brawijaya Malang to test the protein content while the Organoleptic Test was carried out at STIKeS Satria Bhakti Nganjuk. The sample size is 20 panelists. The independent variable in this study was Moringa leaf extract while the protein content of soy milk. Data was collected using an organoleptic sensory test assessment table and a protein content test sheet using the Kjeldahl method. Data were analyzed using ANNOVA test with the results of H0 rejected and H1 accepted with a significant value &lt;0.05</p> <p>The results of ANOVA analysis get F count value of 105,405 and F table for testing 20 samples to get F table 4.35. So that it can be concluded that the addition of Moringa leaf extract 0% to 10% Significant and simultaneous organoleptic.</p> <p>Addition of Moringa Oleifera leaf extract to soy milk affected organoleptic acceptability and increased protein content of soy milk in accordance with the percentage of Moringa leaf extract levels added.</p> 2020-05-15T14:38:44+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## Influence of Hypertension and Lifestyle History on Stroke Occurrence Rates in Probolinggo District 2020-05-15T15:19:32+00:00 Vivin Nur Hafifah <p>Stroke is a disease of the blood vessels of the brain that is characterized disruption of brain function due to damage or tissue death due to reduction or blockage of blood flow of oxygen to the brain. Blood flow to the brain is reduced due to narrowing, blockage or bleeding. Risk factors important to know in order to avoid and prevent stroke, these factors include hypertension and lifestyle. The purpose of this study untukd Analyzing Lifestyle History Of Hypertension And Stroke incidence rate in Probolinggo. The study design was analytic correlational with cross sectional approach. Collecting data using questionnaires, analysis of data with ordinal regression test at α = 0.05. The results showed that there is a history of hypertension influence on the incidence rate of stroke in Probolinggo amounted to 9.163 with sig. 0,047 (less than α (0:05)), there is the influence of a high-fat diet history against the incidence rate of stroke in Probolinggo amounted to 6.071 with sig. 0,014 (less than α (0:05)), there is less physical activity influence on the incidence rate of stroke in Probolinggo amounted to 3.788 with sig. 0,018 (less than α (0:05)), there is the influence of emotional stress on the incidence rate of stroke in Probolinggo amounted to 4,884 with sig. 0,034 (less than α (0:05)), there is the effect of smoking on the incidence rate of stroke in Probolinggo amounted to 3.317 with sig. 0,049 (less than α (0:05)).Based on these results, it is suggested that stroke patients to be able to control your blood pressure and can maintain a healthy lifestyle in order to avoid recurrent strokes</p> 2020-05-12T12:35:08+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## Analysis Of Predisposing, Enabling And Reinforcing Factors With The Implementation Of The Role Of Cadad In Prevention Stunting In The Lombok Central Region Region West Nusa Tenggara 2020-05-15T15:19:32+00:00 Asmawati Asmawati <p>The occurrence of anemia in adolescents due to lack of nutrients transport and oxygen throughout body to be inhibited, in the brain this causes a decrease in the level of concentration. This decrease in concentration level is more severe if anemic sufferers have low emotional intelligence because it is increasingly difficult for adolescents to carry out a concentration of mind. The purpose of this study is to influence the incidence of anemia and emotional quotient on the level of student learning concentration of Pule 1 Senior High School Trenggalek Regency. The design of this research is correlational analytic with cross sectional approach. Data collected by questionnaire an dobservastion sheet, data analysis by ordinal regression test at α = 0.05. The results showed that there was an influence of anemia against concentration level in SMAN 1 Pule in Trenggalek Regency (p-value = 0,000), there was an emotional quotient effect against concentration level in SMAN 1 Pule in Trenggalek Regency (p-value = 0.011) and together there is an influence of the incidence of anemia and emotional quotient against concentration level in Pule 1 Senior High School, Trenggalek Regency (p-value = 0,000). Adolescents who experienced anemia will experience a decrease in the body's metabolism because one component of metabolism that is oxygen cannot be supplied smoothly so that the body's energy decreases, especially in the brain will have an impact on decreased concentration in the learning process. Relation to emotional intelligence, through good emotional intelligence, a student can manage his time well so that he is able to place the utilization of the time he has for his main task of learning. Through emotion management, EQ plays a role in supporting self-control and time management so that students who have high EQ will not be easily affected by environmental disturbances so that they can carry out the learning process with good concentration</p> 2020-05-12T12:32:42+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## Analysis of Waiting Time Factors and Patient Satisfaction Level in Diseases Poly in Hospital dr. Sayidiman Magetan 2020-05-15T15:19:32+00:00 Novita Eka Sari Indasah Indasah Sentot Imam Suprapto <p>Good health care is a community need and is often a measure of development success. Recognizing that health services are a necessity for every citizen, the government endeavors from time to time to produce programs that can improve overall health services. Therefore, hospitals are required to always maintain trust by taking into account the needs of patients in an effort to fulfill the wishes and expectations of the services provided. Patients not only expect medical and nursing services but also expect comfort, good accommodation. Qualitative research is defined as a research procedure that produces descriptive data. Data collection using techniques <em>indepth interview </em>with semi-structured questions with a sample of 15 informants. From the results of the study note that services related to Waiting time get related to the speed of service procedures for patient acceptance, the accuracy of doctor arrival time and the speed of action, readiness of doctors and nurses to serve patients, distribution of medical record files from the medical record room to each poly and the ability of nurses is very influential to determine patient satisfaction by the treatment that patients get</p> 2020-05-12T12:27:31+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## Giving Exclusive ASI to Samin Community in Japanese Central Desa Margomulyo Kecamatan Margomulyo Bojonegoro District 2020-05-15T15:19:32+00:00 Andin Ajeng Rahmawati Nurwijayanti Nurwijayanti Indasah Indasah <p>ASI is the best nutrition for babies that must be given until the age of 2 years. But at 6 months the baby needs to get additional food. Complementary food for breast milk or solids starts to be given at the age of 6 months because the digestive process of babies who have started is perfect. ASI companion needs to be done to fulfill the baby's nutrition. The Samin community has its own local knowledge regarding infant feeding. The provision of complementary breastfeeding is associated with knowledge of pusak pusak which is the standard for the Samin community in providing complementary food for babies, the dizziness occurs at the age of babies reaching 5 to 7 days, so the baby's belly button will fall or fall and this event is called the pusak puser. The purpose of this study is to know and describe exclusive breastfeeding for mothers who have infants under 2 years of age and describe the practices of mothers in exclusive breastfeeding and supplementary food for infants in the Samin community. The research design used was qualitative ethnography with a phenomenology approach. Data collection uses in-depth interview techniques with semi-structured questions. The sampling technique in this study used purposive sampling with a sample of 15 informants from 30 informants. The results of the study show that local beliefs and culture influence exclusive breastfeeding and will have less impact on both breastfeeding mothers and infants. In the process of implementing this research are influenced by several factors including internal factors and external factors. Internal factors include maternal characteristics (age, parity, education, work), knowledge, trust while external factors include support from health workers (counseling, policies, recording and reporting systems) and family support</p> 2020-05-12T12:04:25+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement##