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NeuroQuantology ; 20(8):926-938, 2022.
Article in English | EMBASE | ID: covidwho-1969841

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Consumable Medical Materials are medical devices intended for single use, whose product list is regulated in laws and regulations. The stock of medical consumables available at the Baubau city health office is incomplete and unable to meet the needs of the Public health center. The purpose of the study was to analyze the management of Medical Consumables during the COVID-19 pandemic at the Baubau City Health Office pharmacy installation. This research is a qualitative research. Interviews were conducted with 5 key informants and 2 additional informants. Data collection techniques used in-depth interview techniques, observation techniques and documentation techniques for validating data using triangulation, namely triangulation of data sources, theory triangulation, and method triangulation. The results showed that the management of Medical Consumables during the covid-19 pandemic had not run optimally, because the planning had not used the ABC method, calculating the maximum and minimum stock, there was still a lack of knowledge of human resources about the planning of Medical Consumables and the frequent delays in collecting usage reports. Public health center. The budget for the provision of medical consumables comes from a special allocation fund for the health sector, but it is still very lacking because it has not been able to meet the planning for the need for medical consumables. Procurement of medical consumables is carried out using the E-Purchasing system but it has not gone well because there are still some providers who cannot fulfill the order due to lack of raw materials and lack of stock of raw materials. Storage of Medical Consumables uses the First In First Out and First Expired First Out system but the storage area is still limited. There are still the number and types of Consumable Medical Materials that have not been ordered by the Public health center at the time of distribution because the stock of supplies at the Pharmacy Installation is not sufficient.

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NeuroQuantology ; 20(8):207-212, 2022.
Article in English | EMBASE | ID: covidwho-1957606

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Minister of Health Regulation No. 18 of 2021 concerning Amendments to the Regulation of the Minister of Health Number 10 of 2020 concerning the Implementation of Vaccination in the Context of Combating Covid-19 in which it regulates the implementation of vaccinations both from the target, financing, service flow, and so on. Molowagu Public Health Center is one of the health centers with low vaccination coverage, with 16.9% of people receiving the first dose of vaccine and 6.92% of the second dose. The purpose of this study was to analyze the factors that influence the status of the Covid-19 vaccination in the Molowagu Health Center Work Area, Tojo Una Una Regency. The research method is quantitative with an analytical observational approach using a cross sectional research design. The research was carried out in February-March 2022 in the working area of the Molowagu Health Center, Tojo Una-una Regency. The sample of this research is 153 respondents. Collecting data using a questionnaire. Collecting data using a questionnaire. Data analysis using chi-square and multiple logistic regression. The results showed that there was an effect of knowledge on vaccination status (p = 0.001), there was no effect of accessibility on vaccination status (p = 0.894), there was an influence of supporting factors on vaccination status (p = 0.005) and there was no influence of driving factors on vaccination status. (p = 0.055) To the Health Office of Tojo Una una Regency further improve health status, so that it can benefit the community by increasing body resistance and improving the environment through health education about the covid-19 vaccine).

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IIUM Medical Journal Malaysia ; 21(3):176-179, 2022.
Article in English | Scopus | ID: covidwho-1934965

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A novel coronavirus, COVID-19 is responsible for the current outbreak of pneumonia. As of 16 September 2021, a total of 2,049,750 COVID-19 cases were recorded in Malaysia. In this study, we aimed to describe a cluster of COVID-19 cases among non-clinical staff in a teaching hospital in Kuala Lumpur Malaysia. We obtained epidemiological and clinical data from patients with confirmed COVID-19, via phone interviews and patient medical records. We performed chronological mapping of the cases to identify the possible period, mode of transmission, and cluster pattern. Three laboratory-confirmed COVID-19 cases were identified from the teaching hospital cluster. These three cases were linked epidemiologically to the religious gathering cluster in Malaysia. Seventy-four close contacts consisting of teaching hospital staff were quarantined. The median incubation period was four days (IQR 1-7). The need for intensified surveillance and a high level of alertness is vital to minimise the risk of widespread transmission in Malaysia. © 2022. IIUM Medical Journal Malaysia. All Rights Reserved.

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NeuroQuantology ; 20(2):307-312, 2022.
Article in English | EMBASE | ID: covidwho-1918148

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Home Visit and Home Care are Jamkesda Plus service programs through health service visits with a health service approach to the community in an effort to improve community health status. The purpose of this study was to analyze the Implementation of the Home Visit Home Care Program during the Covid-19 Pandemic at the Sinjai District Health Center. This study uses descriptive analysis method with a qualitative approach by means of observation, in-depth interviews and literature study to all informants. Purposive sampling research informants. Research variables include communication, resources, attitude/disposition and bureaucratic structure. The results showed that at the Sinjai District Health Center during the Covid-19 pandemic the Home Visit Home Care program in terms of communication with the Sinjai District Health Office remained the same as before the Covid-19 pandemic went well, but communication with the community did not run optimally, especially the implementation of socialization in a comprehensive manner. Comprehensive during the pandemic is not done. Then the resources, officers during the Covid-19 pandemic remain the same as those on duty at the Puskesmas, there are special criteria for officers. Attitudes of officers and patients are committed to carrying out the Home Visit Home Care program. The bureaucratic structure of implementing Home Visit Home Care at the Sinjai District Health Center has been running according to the SOP of Perbup No. 39 of 2018. It was concluded from the aspect of resources, attitudes/dispositions and the bureaucratic structure had gone well, but from the aspect of communication such as the delivery of information as a whole it was not optimal. It is expected that the use of technology such as the existence of a special website and social media to facilitate the delivery of information.

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NeuroQuantology ; 20(5):158-168, 2022.
Article in English | EMBASE | ID: covidwho-1870140

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The World Health Organization (WHO) designated Covid-19 as a pandemic on March 11, 2020. Therefore, it is not surprising that government leaders in many countries are struggling to get out of the covid-19 outbreak with their respective approaches. The purpose of this study was to analyze the implementation of Selayar Islands Regency government policies in handling the COVID-19 pandemic. This study uses a qualitative approach with descriptive analysis method with the selection of informants by purposive sampling. The research variable uses the theory of Marsh & Smith (2000) which develops a dialectical model that aims to explain further about the role of actors, actor relations, and their interests in the policy formulation process. The handling of the covid-19 pandemic. The results show that the attitude of the local government in responding to the Covid-19 pandemic case in the Selayar Islands Regency is very serious, this is evidenced by the rapid response in handling Covid-19 cases starting from the emergence of the first case until the time this research was carried out. Coordination between stakeholders in handling the COVID-19 pandemic in the Selayar Islands district has generally been going well, although it can't be said to be optimal. The behavior of the people of the Selayar Islands district in the application of health protocols in general is high enough to prevent the spread of covid-19 in the Selayar Islands Regency, however, there are still a small number of people in the Selayar Islands district who still do not believe in this pandemic.

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NeuroQuantology ; 20(5):150-157, 2022.
Article in English | EMBASE | ID: covidwho-1870139

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Family health independence includes: being able to recognize various health problems, being able to decide on appropriate nursing actions, being able to carry out proper daily care at home, being able to support and improve the health of all family members, being able to take advantage of health services. The number of affected communities in the Puskesmas is less than the standard set by the government. In 2021 for the January – August period, the number of visits for hypertension cases at the Antang Health Center in Makassar City was 1,851 of the total number of non-communicable disease cases, where the number of visits for hypertension cases in the August 2021 period was 268 cases with confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the Manggala sub-district as an area. Its work reached 5,032 cases as of August 28, 2021. Qualitative research with a phenomenological approach. Interviews were conducted with 11 informants, including 5 patients with hypertension, 5 patients' families, and 1 health worker. Data collection techniques using in-depth interview techniques, observation techniques and documentation techniques. The validity of the data using triangulation, namely triangulation of data sources, triangulation of theories, and triangulation of methods. The results showed that family independence in patients with hypertension had been carried out very well and full of attention, based on this it was found that the level of family independence was at the 4th level, namely accepting health workers to take active promotive actions. Health workers have also made regular visits and checked the health of patients, provided education, and brought medicines needed by patients, health workers also provided education regarding the prevention of COVID-19 to families and patients and also the dangers of complications between hypertension and Covid-19. 150.

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Turkish Journal of Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation ; 32(3):10981-10986, 2021.
Article in English | EMBASE | ID: covidwho-1357929

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Performance appraisal is very important considering that through the performance of nurses it can be seen how correctly nurses have carried out their functions. This study aims to analyze the factors that influence the performance of nurses during the Covid-19 pandemic in the Isolation Room of the Muna District Hospital. The type of research used in this research is quantitative research with cross sectional study method. The population in this study were all nursing staff in the isolation room as many as 40 people. The samples taken from this study were 40 nurses in the isolation room of the Muna District Hospital using a total sampling technique. Data were analyzed using chi-square and multiple logistic regression. This study using a google form was conducted on 40 nurses in the Isolation Room of the Muna District Hospital. The results showed that the factors that influenced the performance of nurses during the Covid-19 pandemic in the Isolation Room of the Muna District Hospital were workload (p value = 0.000), compensation (p value = 0.001), and leadership (p value = 0.001). And simultaneously the compensation variable is the most influential on the performance of nurses during the Covid-19 pandemic in the Isolation Room of the Muna District Hospital. To the hospital management, incentives and services should be provided on a regular basis with the hope that it will provide satisfaction that can encourage and improve the performance of nurses to be more accomplished in performing their duties.

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Turkish Journal of Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation ; 32(3):10969-10973, 2021.
Article in English | EMBASE | ID: covidwho-1357805

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The impact of COVID-19 has made business actors, especially informal sector business actors, to lay off and even terminate employment (PHK). This condition causes the access of informal sector business actors, including to health services, to experience problems. The purpose of the study was to identify the impact of the accessibility dimensions of health services and government policies on the health service preferences of informal sector actors in Makassar City in the era of the COVID-19 pandemic. This type of research is a qualitative research with a case study approach. The procedure for selecting informants in this study was carried out purposively. The size/number of informants in this study was determined on the basis of the theory of saturation. The informants in this study were people who worked in the informal sector/business actors. Accessibility dimensions based on proximity in the Covid-19 Pandemic era did not affect the preferences of informal sector actors to prioritize self-medication at home if the illness they suffered could still be treated by taking medicine, even though facilities were available. modern health services in the domicile areas of informal sector actors. The dimensions of accessibility based on acceptance in the form of perceptions of health services, the availability of health service facilities and good and quality health human resources, and affordability from geographical and economic aspects in the Covid-19 Pandemic era did not affect the preferences of informal sector actors to continue to prioritize self-medication at home. To maintain public compliance with the transmission of Covid 19, it is necessary to carry out structural interventions in the form of enforcing disciplinary rules and imposing strict sanctions for prokes violators to arouse public awareness from the RT/RW, kelurahan, sub-district and district/city levels.

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Sains Malaysiana ; 50(4):1165-1173, 2021.
Article in English | Scopus | ID: covidwho-1259794

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The World Health Organization (WHO) declared the 2019-20 coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak a pandemic on 11th of March 2020. The Ministry of Health, Malaysia has made preparations for the involvement of all government hospitals, including some teaching hospitals. This report elaborates and discusses the early establishment of the Hospital Canselor Tuanku Muhriz Crisis Preparedness and Response Centre (HCTM CPRC), highlighting how teaching hospitals function in handling the clinical and epidemiological management of COVID-19 among hospital staff. The setting comprises of four critical functions of the HCTM CPRC, namely case investigation, close contact tracing, surveillance for data reporting and risk communication. This report highlighted that a CPRC in teaching hospitals benefits not only the patients and the hospital administration but also all hospital staff, especially in managing COVID-19 pandemic emergency crisis. © 2021 Penerbit Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia. All rights reserved.

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Indonesian Journal of Applied Linguistics ; 10(3):639-655, 2021.
Article | Scopus | ID: covidwho-1112904

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Flipped learning to date has generally been implemented within a blended classroom. However, the growing number of fully online courses and the existence of Covid-19 have shown the need to try using flipped learning in a fully online class. This paper aimed to explore student achievement and perceptions in an online flipped grammar class. A paired-sample t-test showed a significant difference between students' pre-test and post-test scores with a medium effect size after attending the online flipped course for one month. The interview and questionnaire data revealed students' overall positive perceptions toward the introduction of flipped learning within the course. Students mentioned that the flipped approach made the course more interactive and provided them opportunities to ask questions to the teacher with an immediate answer. They also expressed their positive attitude towards the use of different learning platforms (e.g., LMS, Zoom) and modes (synchronous and asynchronous) that could ease their learning experience within the course. Nevertheless, students recommended that the virtual meeting via Zoom needs to be limited in time duration. © 2021 Authors. All Rights Reserved.

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