Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : PHBS


Phbs Implementation And Personal Factors Of Medical Students During The Covid-19 Pandemic Period

Agustina Arundina Triharja Tejoyuwono; Rangga Putra Nugraha; Faisal Kholid Fahdi

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 10, Pages 1499-1510

The recommendation to prevent the coronavirus disease in Indonesia is to implement a clean and healthy lifestyle (PHBS). The good implementation of PHBS during the pandemic period is also the responsibility of medical students as part of the community and prospective health workers in the future. The purpose of this study is to describe the behavior in implementing PHBS and the conditions of student personal factors during the COVID-19 pandemic. This descriptive research was conducted by distributing online questionnaires in July 2020, involving 361 students from six study programs at the Faculty of Medicine Tanjungpura University. The good behavior of implementing PHBS has been carried out by medical students, such as washing their hands in 6 steps, under running water, using soap, providing hand sanitizers, not shaking hands, maintaining distance and carrying out coughing / sneezing etiquette properly. Social media, audio-visual media, and journals are sources of information used by students to obtain information about COVID-19. The impact of the pandemic on the health conditions of families and themselves, education and the family economy is a worrying factor for medical students. Medical education institutions need to provide support for the implementation of PHBS and prevent physical and mental health problems of medical students.

Teachers' interpretation and behavior in conducting a Clean and Healthy Lifestyle Program at elementary schools in Kediri District

Denilay Richardo Rambing; Chatarina Umbul Wahyuni; Muhammad Atoilah Isfandiardi; Y. G. Kasal; Geofrey Ssekalembe

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 1, Pages 3966-3976

Health development is expected to achieve a healthy Indonesia where everyone lives in a healthy and clean environment with healthy conditions and hygiene behaviors as well as can access health services and have a high level of health status. This study aims to identify teachers' interpretation and behavior levels in conducting a Clean and Healthy Lifestyle Program (PHBS) at elementary schools. This research is survey research using descriptive research designs. The population taken in this study were teachers in three elementary schools (3) in the working area of Ngletih Community Health Center, with a total of thirty-two (32) people. The samples in this study were elementary school teachers from Bawang Elementary School 1, Ngletih Elementary School, and Ketami Elementary School 2 District of Kediri City Islamic Boarding School. The results of the study found that several programs and activities had been well-implemented including the availability of school canteens and healthy snacks, the availability of latrines, sports activities, eradication of mosquito larvae in water storage, measuring body weight and height programs, and availability of measuring instruments for weight and height, availability of trash bins in every school and also waste sorting. The behavior of elementary school teachers in the Ngletih community health center's working area on school PHBS, for the most part, had carried out school clean hygiene behaviors but have not been perfect.