Journal for Quality in Public Health https://jqph.org/index.php/JQPH <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> Master of Public Health Program Institut Ilmu Kesehatan STRADA Indonesia en-US Journal for Quality in Public Health 2614-4913 Determinant Analysis of Compliance with the Use of Mask in Wilangan Village Nganjuk Regency https://jqph.org/index.php/JQPH/article/view/382 <p>In December 2019, the world was shocked by the outbreak of a new virus that originated in Wuhan, China and then spread rapidly to more than 216 countries and territories. The design of this research is an observational quantitative research with a cross sectional approach with the focus of the research being directed at analyzingthe influence of knowledge, motivation, beliefs and attitudes on the compliance of the use of masks in RW 1 Wilangan, Wilangan Village, Nganjuk Regency. The total population is 258 respondents and a sample of 158 respondents is taken by using Simple Random Sampling technique. The results showed that based on the results of Linear Regression analysis showed that the p-value 0.000 &lt;0.05 then H1 was accepted so that it was concluded that partially there was an effect of knowledge on mask compliance, p-value 0.000 &lt;0.05 then H1 was accepted so that it was concluded that partially there is an effect of motivation on adherence to the use of masks, p-value 0.009 &lt;0.05 then H1 is accepted so that it is concluded that partially there is an effect of trust on adherence to the use of masks, p-value 0.001 &lt; 0, 05 then H1 is accepted so that it is concluded that partially there is an effect of attitude on compliance with the use of masks in RW 1 Wilangan, Wilangan Village, Nganjuk Regency. And based on the results of Multiple Linear Regression analysis shows that with a p-value of 0.000 &lt;0.05 then H1 is accepted so that it can be concluded that simultaneously there is an influence of knowledge, motivation, belief and attitude towards compliance with the use of masks in RW 1 Wilangan, Wilangan Village, Nganjuk Regency with a magnitude of influence of 72.4%. It is hoped that the public can comply with health protocols as they should where they must use standard masks, keep their distance and diligently wash their hands with soap. This will reduce the risk of spreading the Covid-19 virus.</p> Devi Vinda Fransisca Byba Melda Suhita Copyright (c) 2022 Journal for Quality in Public Health 2022-05-31 2022-05-31 5 2 363 372 10.30994/jqph.v5i2.382 The Correlation Between Knowledge, Attitude, Parents' Role, Counseling Teachers' Role and Preventive Measures of HIV/AIDS in Teenagers https://jqph.org/index.php/JQPH/article/view/381 <p>Preventive measures of HIV/AIDS among teenagers is an important issue that needs special attention considering that many of their behavior problems are getting closer to HIV/AIDS vulnerability. Some their behaviors at risk of HIV/AIDS are free sex and drug abuse. This study aims to identify and analyze the correlation between knowledge, attitudes, parents’ role, counseling teachers’s role and preventive measures of HIV/AIDS in teenagers. The design of this study was analytic and time survey using a cross sectional approach. The number of samples used is 90 samples taken by proportional stratified random sampling technique. The techniques of this research used questionnaires and documentation. Data were analyzed using chi square test statistics with a significance level of 5%. The results of this study indicate that there is a significant correlation between knowledge of teenagers and their preventive measures of HIV/AIDS with p value = 0.000. The chi square test showed that there was a significant correlation between attitudes and preventive measures of HIV/AIDS in teenagers with p value = 0.000. The chi square test also showed that there was a significant correlation between parents’ role and preventive measures of HIV/AIDS in teenagers with p value = 0.000. There is no significant correlation between the role of counseling teachers with preventive measures of HIV/AIDS in teenagers with p value = 0.094. The results of this study (95% confidence interval) showed that the most influential factor in preventive measures of HIV/AIDS in teenagers was attitude, with a p-value (0.006) and an Odd Ratio (OR) of 4.055. The attitude variable has a higher OR value than the other variables, namely 4.055.</p> Yusnia Wardani Byba Melda Suhita Copyright (c) 2022 Journal for Quality in Public Health 2022-05-31 2022-05-31 5 2 350 362 10.30994/jqph.v5i2.381 Analysis of Factors Affecting Performance Improvement of Health Officers at Abuya Hospital, Sumenep Regency https://jqph.org/index.php/JQPH/article/view/380 <p>Performance is the result of work achieved by a person or group in an organization within a certain period of time, in accordance with their respective authorities and responsibilities.The purpose of this study is to analyze the effect of rewards, work facilities and work coaching on improving the performance of health workers at the Abuya Hospital, Sumenep Regency. The design of this research is an observational quantitative research with a cross sectional approach with the focus of the research being directed at analyzingthe effect of rewards, work facilities and work coaching on improving the performance of health workers at the Abuya Hospital, Sumenep Regency. The total population is 287 respondents and a sample of 167 respondents is taken using the Simple Random Sampling technique. In the study, it was found that almost half of the respondents had a good reward category as many as 76 respondents (46%). Almost half of the respondents have good working facilities as many as 77 respondents (46%). Almost half of the respondents have job coaching in the sufficient category as many as 72 respondents (43%). Almost half of the respondents have a good performance as many as 82 respondents (49%). Based on the results of Multiple Linear Regression analysis shows that with a p-value of 0.000 &lt;0.05 then H1 is accepted so it can be concluded that there is a simultaneous effect of reward, work facilities and work development on improving the performance of health workers at the Abuya Hospital, Sumenep Regency with an effect of 74.9%. It is hoped that health workers will be able to provide health services to the community more optimally, namely by improving better performance, so that the goal of improving public health status can be realized properly.</p> Hidayatur Rahman Yuly Peristiowati Copyright (c) 2022 Journal for Quality in Public Health 2022-05-31 2022-05-31 5 2 340 349 10.30994/jqph.v5i2.380 Analysis of Motivation, Commitment and Workload of Officers on the Implementation of Early Detection of Hepatitis B in Pregnant Women in Sumenep District https://jqph.org/index.php/JQPH/article/view/379 <p>Hepatitis B virus is caused by exposure to virus-infected blood products, sexual activity or perinatal transmission. Transmission of hepatitis B virus from mother to baby can be prevented by screening/detecting hepatitis B virus in pregnant women and hepatitis B vaccination in infants. In general, this study was conducted to analyze the effect of motivation, commitment and workload of officers on the implementation of the hepatitis B early detection program in pregnant women in Sumenep District. This type of research is an observational study with a cross sectional design on 100 officers implementing early detection of hepatitis B in pregnant women in Sumenep District. Data collection instrument in the form of questionnaires and data analysis using ordinal logistic regression test. The results of the study of the motivation of most of the respondents were high (46%), commitment of most respondents is high (50%), the workload of most respondents is moderate (56%), implementation of early detection of hepatitis B in pregnant women most of the respondents are good (52%). While the results of statistical tests, motivation has a significant effect on the implementation of early detection of hepatitis B in pregnant women by 63.5% with a p value of 0.000 &lt; (0.05). commitment does not effect the implementation of early detection of hepatitis B in pregnant women with a p value of 0.996 &gt; (0.05 ). Workload has a significant effect on the implementation of early detection of hepatitis B in pregnant women by 24.4% with p value 0.000 &lt; (0.05).</p> Indah Winarni Agusta Dian Ellina Copyright (c) 2022 Journal for Quality in Public Health 2022-05-31 2022-05-31 5 2 331 339 10.30994/jqph.v5i2.379 Burn Out and Workload on Job Satisfaction and Employees Performance at Arjasa Public Health Center Sumenep Regency https://jqph.org/index.php/JQPH/article/view/378 <p>Performance or work performance is the result of a performance appraisal made by his immediate supervisor to be used as material for work improvement, compensation adjustments, placement decisions, development needs and more.The purpose of this study is to analyze the effect of burn out and workload on job satisfaction and employee performance at the Arjasa Public Health Center, Sumenep Regency. The design of this research is an observational quantitative research with a cross sectional approach with the focus of the research being directed at analyzingthe effect of burn out and workload on job satisfaction and employee performance at the Arjasa Public Health Center, Sumenep Regency. The total population is 146 respondents and a sample of 107 respondents is taken by using Simple Random Sampling technique. Based on the results of statistical tests using Path Analysis, it was found that there was an effect of burn out (burn out) on job satisfaction (job satisfaction) of employees at the Arjasa Health Center, Sumenep Regency. There is an effect of workload on employee job satisfaction at the Arjasa Health Center, Sumenep Regency. There is the effect of burn out (burn out) on employee performance at the Arjasa Public Health Center, Sumenep Regency. There is an effect of workload on employee performance at the Arjasa Public Health Center, Sumenep Regency. There is influence burn out through job satisfaction on employee performance at the Arjasa Public Health Center, Sumenep Regency. There isinfluence workload through job satisfaction on employee performance at the Arjasa Public Health Center, Sumenep Regency. It is hoped that health workers are able to pay attention to the importance of maintaining a way of working that prioritizes consumer desires, clarifying again what is the workload that must be completed by employees so that employees are happy to work and can complete their work according to job descriptions, provide clarity on what each part is the goal in working and from what aspect of achievement is measured.</p> Dini Martanti Agusta Dian Ellina Copyright (c) 2022 Journal for Quality in Public Health 2022-05-31 2022-05-31 5 2 322 330 10.30994/jqph.v5i2.378