Journal for Quality in Public Health 2020-06-19T16:18:11+00:00 Managing Editor JQPH 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## Community-Based Total Sanitation Health Promotion Strategy in Kebaman Village, Srono District, Banyuwangi Regency 2020-06-19T16:15:15+00:00 Ratih Eka Fitrianingrum <p>Sanitation is an important study because it is one of the fundamental aspects of human rights and has a broad impact when sanitation development is neglected. The problem of sanitation is not just a matter of building sanitation facilities and infrastructure but a problem of community hygiene. The purpose of this study is to describe the strategy of promoting community-based Total Sanitation (STBM) health in Kebaman Village, Srono District, Banyuwangi Regency. This research is a qualitative study and was carried out on 1-27 July 2019 in Kebaman Village, Srono District, Banyuwangi District. The subjects of this study were all who were involved in this study including the main informants namely youth clubs, community leaders, and CBTS cadre and triangulation informants from Kebaman Village residents and PKM Kebaman sanitarians. Data collection in this study uses interview guidelines with semi-structured questions using mobile media to record and document. The results showed that the commitment to the implementation of the STBM program in the village of Kebaman had not been maximized as a whole because socialization and coordination to those who could support the implementation of the STBM program had not been fully carried out maximally and community empowerment of the STBM program through triggering had never been carried out. reaching all levels of society so there is a need for socialization and coordination with cross-sectoral and cross-program collaboration</p> 2020-05-15T00:00:00+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## Evaluation of Fire Hazard Management 2020-06-19T16:18:06+00:00 I Nyoman Arya <p>Fire is a disaster event that originates from an unwanted fire and can cause losses. Decree of the Minister of Manpower Republic of Indonesia Number. 186 / MEN / 1999 concerning Fire Fighting in the workplace, so that fire hazards can be prevented and avoided as early as possible. This study aims to evaluate the readiness of fire prevention in PT. X through observational with cross sectional approach. The population in this study were all production employees at PT. X as many as 90 people. Data collection is done by using questionnaires, observations and examinations. Data processing is done by descriptive analysis and correlation using the Spearman test. The results of the study the relationship between age and knowledge of employees have a weak relationship (ρs = -0.340), the relationship between training and knowledge of employees has a moderate relationship (ρs = 0.350), the relationship between the length of service of respondents with the level of knowledge in fire preparedness in PT. X is in the weak category (ρs = 0.089), and the relationship between socialization and application of fire prevention procedures and readiness with the knowledge of employees at PT. X is in the weak category (ρs = -0.127), while the observation results of the inspection of infrastructure obtained APAR (73.3%), fire hydrants, fire alarms, detectors, sprinklers (0%) because the equipment was not installed at PT. X, meeting place (100%), exit signs (50%), emergency stairs and emergency exits (0%). Implementation of fire hazard preparedness in PT. X can work well if all elements of the fire hazard control system are implemented thoroughly</p> 2020-05-15T00:00:00+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## Analysis Of Factors That Influence Pregnant Woman Behavior In Doing Laboratory Examination In Sumberpucung Of Public Health 2020-06-19T16:17:56+00:00 Asri Dewi Wahyuningtyas <p>The low laboratory examination in pregnant women is influenced by several factors, one of which is family support, the role of health and distance with health services. The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of family support factors, the role of health workers, and the distance to laboratory examination behavior in pregnant women. Sumberpucung Health Center. This research design is correlation analytic. The population in this study were all pregnant women in Puskesmas Sumbepucung amounted to 140 large sample of 104 respondents with a sampling technique that is Simple Random Sampling. The independent variable is family support, the role of health workers, and distance of health services while the dependent variable is the behavior of laboratory examinations. The test used is linear regression. Based on the analysis using the statistical test of linear regression obtained p value of family support of 0.01, because ρ-value &lt;0.05 then H0 is rejected, and H1 is accepted, which means there is an influence of family support for behavior while for the role of health workers is obtained p value 0.846 and for a distance of p value 0.664 so that there is no influence of the role of health workers and distance on behavior. Family relationship is the most influential factor in laboratory examination behavior. Family support is a psychosocial support that is able to provide emotional strength to the mother. Family affection by providing support to pregnant women can provide motivation for mothers so that mothers conduct laboratory examinations</p> 2020-05-15T00:00:00+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## Case Control Study Of The Occurrence Factors Of Low Birth Weight (LBW) In The Dr. SoerotoNgawi Hospital 2020-06-19T16:18:11+00:00 Pariyem Pariyem <p>Infant morbidity and mortality (IMR) is an indicator in determining health status. Because the infant mortality rate is able to describe the state of health of both mother and baby including LBW and HIV / AIDS. This Research aimed&nbsp;to knowing the case control study of the occurrence factors of low birth weight (LBW) in the dr. SoerotoNgawi Hospital.<br>Retrospective with case control study design. Research executed on 25 July to 7 August 2019 in Dr. SerotoNgawi Hospital. with population of all postpartum mothers who have babies as many as 2901 and a large sample of cases&nbsp; 176 and 176 control . Data approach&nbsp; used observations by medical record and analyzed with Chi-Square test and binary logistic regression.<br>The Factors Of incidence Low Birth Weight (LBW) in the dr. SoerotoNgawi Hospital. is HIV&nbsp; p-value 0,000; OR = 0.042;&nbsp; HB (p-value 0,000, OR 3,465) and ANC&nbsp; (p-value 0,000, OR 0,14).<br>There is HB level is that factor dominant incidence of Low Birth Weight (LBW) in the dr. SoerotoNgawi Hospital.<br>The hospital's efforts to improve IEC, HIV surveillance&nbsp; and care of LBW risk groups. Action needs to be taken for LBW to maintain body temperature with in incubator, the Kangaroo method and adequate nutrition intake</p> 2020-05-15T00:00:00+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement##