https://jqph.org/index.php/JQPH/issue/feed Journal for Quality in Public Health 2021-05-25T05:49:54+00:00 Managing Editor JQPH jqph@strada.ac.id 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> https://jqph.org/index.php/JQPH/article/view/218 One-Hand Engineering Effectiveness to the Reduction of the Number of Bloodage in Third-Three Phase of Certificate Mother in Maulidya Husada Clinic, Karangploso Sub-District, Malang District 2021-05-25T05:48:58+00:00 Herwati Herwati herwati177@gmail.com Rahmania Ambarika rahmaniaambarika@gmail.com Indasah Indasah iin.dasyah@yahoo.com <p>The maternal mortality rate in Indonesia in 2015 was 305 out of 100,000 live births according to the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Indonesia (Kemenkes). Based on data from the Ministry of Health's Center for Health and Information (2014), the main causes of maternal mortality from 2010-2013 were bleeding (30.3% in 2013) and hypertension (27.1% in 2013). Postpartum hemorrhage is bleeding that occurs after delivery (delivery), as much as 500 ml in vaginal delivery or more than 1000 ml in cesarean section. This study aims to determine the effectiveness of the one-hand technique in reducing the amount of bleeding compared to the two-hand technique that has been used in third-stage active management. This study is an experimental quantitative study to compare the one-hand technique in third-stage active management versus the two-hand technique. The population was taken from all pregnant women who gave birth in the delivery room of KRI Maulidya Husada within three months. The number of samples in this study were 36 people, namely: 18 people using the one-hand technique that met the inclusion criteria and 18 people using the two hand technique who met the inclusion criteria. In this study, it is known that almost all respondents with spontaneous labor who were given the one-hand technique experienced bleeding less than 250cc, namely 61% and the two-hand technique treatment experienced bleeding more than 250cc, namely 39%</p> 2021-05-20T14:51:17+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://jqph.org/index.php/JQPH/article/view/219 Analysis of Knowledge and Attitudes of Pregnant Women towards Motivation to do the PMTCT VCT Test in the District Bojonegoro 2021-05-25T05:48:16+00:00 Meika Sri Suryanti Fitriana meikafitriana.mf@gmail.com Byba Melda Suhita bybamelda@yahoo.co.id Yenny Puspitasari yenny_puspita80@yahoo.co.id <p>Transmission of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) from mother to baby is now increasing with the increase in women infected with HIV. This study aims to analyze the knowledge and attitudes of pregnant women towards motivation to conduct PMTCT VCT test in Bojonegoro Regency. This research was carried out in five puskesmas in Bojonegoro, namely Ngambon, Sugihwaras, Kesongo, Malo and Kepohbaru Puskesmas. The study design was cross sectional study. The sampling technique used porpotional sampling and a sample of 110 respondents, where data collection was carried out using a questionnaire. Statistical tests used logistic regression tests at the significance level of p &lt;0.05 and a 95% Confidence Interval (IK). The results showed that nearly half of the respondents 47,3% had good knowledge about HIV / AIDS and the PMTCT VCT test tended to have strong motivation at 62%. Statistically variable knowledge and attitudes of pregnant women have a significant relationship when a logistic regression analysis was performed with sig values. 0,000 which means the value is &lt; 0.05. So that the knowledge and attitudes of pregnant women about HIV / AIDS, HIV VCT and PMTCT are considered influential on motivation to carry out VCT PMTCT tests.</p> 2021-05-20T14:47:20+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://jqph.org/index.php/JQPH/article/view/221 The Effect of Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction Therapy on Psychological Well-Being in Moms of Mental Retarded Children at SLB C Dharma Wanita Pare Kediri 2021-05-25T05:49:27+00:00 Reni Nurhidayah reni.rere.nurhidayah@gmail.com Nurafia Zuhara nurafiazuhara@gmail.com <p>Mothers of mentally retarded children have excessive burdens in caring for their children. This is often stressful. Therefore, various therapies are needed and one of them is mindfulness-based stress reduction therapy. The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of mindfulness-based stress reduction therapy on the psychological well-being of mothers of children with mental retardation.</p> <p>The research design was quasi-experimental with one group pretest posttest approach. The population was all mothers of children with mental retardation in SLB-C Dharma Wanita Pare-Kediri with a sample of 15 respondents taken by purposive sampling technique and using T-test data analysis.</p> <p>From the results of the study, it is known that the average psychological well-being score of mothers in caring for mentally retarded children before the mindfulness-based stress reduction therapy is 80.6 with the lowest score is 78 and the highest is 83, while after that the average score is 117.07 with the lowest score 114 the highest is 123. T-test analysis show of p-value = 0.000 (p-value &lt;0.05,so H0 is rejected). This is due to the provision of mindfulness therapy (full awareness), the mother begins to realize that caring for a child who is experiencing mental retardation is an experience here at this time that must be faced.</p> <p>It was concluded that mindfulness-based stress reduction therapy was effective in improving psychological well-being for mothers of mentally retarded children. It is recommended that the nursing profession adopt mindfulness-based stress reduction therapy to increase psychological well-being for mothers of mentally retarded children.</p> 2021-05-20T00:00:00+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://jqph.org/index.php/JQPH/article/view/222 Prevention of Hypertension at Home 2021-05-25T05:49:54+00:00 Aris Widiyanto widiyantoaris99@gmail.com Santy Irene Putri santyirene@gmail.com Asruria Sani Fajriah sanifajriah@gmail.com Joko Tri Atmojo jokotriatmojo1@gmail.com <p>Hypertension is a systolic blood pressure (SBP) value of 130mmHg or more and / or a diastolic blood pressure (DBP) of more than 80 mmHg. One of the factors in the development of essential hypertension is the patient's genetic ability to respond to salt. Various non-pharmacological interventions have been shown to be effective in lowering blood pressure and preventing hypertension. The most effective interventions are weight loss, reduced Na + intake, increased potassium intake, increased physical activity, reduced alcohol consumption and a diet such as <em>Diet Approaches to Stop Hypertension</em> (DASH) which combines several elements that are useful in controlling blood pressure. A diet that emphasized fruit and vegetable intake significantly reduced high blood pressure during the 8-week intervention. Some things we can do to help reduce hypertension at home are to maintain a diet and daily lifestyle and can be done through hydrotherapy (soaking your feet in warm water).</p> 2021-05-15T00:00:00+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://jqph.org/index.php/JQPH/article/view/196 Analysis of Needs Planning, Realization and Optimization of Health Human Resources at the UPT of Public Health Center, Blitar District 2021-05-25T05:32:38+00:00 Sunarsih Sunarsih Sunarsih424@gmail.com <p>The crucial problem of Health Human Resources currently facing is the number, distribution, and quality of health workers. Therefore, it is necessary to take concrete steps in addressing the challenges of this problem by meeting the availability of quality Health Human Resources according to needs, distributed fairly and evenly, and utilized efficiently and effectively. The focus of this research is how the planning of needs, realization and optimization of health human resources at the UPT Puskesmas in Blitar district. This type of research is quantitative qualitative with a case study approach. The results of this study illustrate that in running the public health center program still varies&nbsp; Adequacy of availability of health human resources that are less than ideal, both strategic and non-medical personnel. The planning mechanism for health human resource needs is carried out periodically once a year and used as a proposal report to the Health Office. Development planning still has obstacles due to lack of understanding of the manager program and there is no standard format yet. As an effort to optimize health human resources at the UPT Puskesmas, efforts were made to maximize the existing health human resources by giving multiple assignments and several strategies carried out by the head of the UPT Puskesmas in Blitar district. The realization of the planning for calculating the need for health Human Resources made annually from the UPT Puskesmas as a report to the Health Office has been realized, although not yet fully.</p> 2021-05-07T00:00:00+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement##