Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : Cognitive


Development of social responsibility among students of pedagogical universities

Uzakov Akram Avazovich

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2021, Volume 8, Issue 1, Pages 640-651

The article discusses the definition of responsibility, defines the structure and its components. And also an analysis of the works of specific authors on the problem of responsibility, a variety of approaches and the ambiguity of the characteristics of this category. The functions of responsibility are considered: sense-forming, normative-regulating, directing, coordinating and mechanisms of perception of responsibility, a heuristic mechanism, an evaluative mechanism, a mechanism of due attitude, a reference mechanism, a motivational mechanism - a mechanism of self-control. Cognitive, motivational, volitional, activity-based components are considered

Analysis of independence level and cognitive function on older people visiting community health center of Aikmel District, East Lombok Regency

Hadi Masyhurrosyidi; Ernawaty .; Suardi .

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 1, Pages 3895-3906

Background: One of four older people have experienced illness in the last month and requires health care whose primary efforts are to increase, prevent, and maintain health results of the degenerative process in health facilities. Aim: This study seeks to determine the independence level, in which the Barthel ADL Index and Mini-Mental Status Examination are utilized. Method: This study was an observational descriptive at the community health center of Aikmel District, East Lombok Regency. The study sample was older people who visited from January to June 2019, in a total of 739 respondents. Results: Analysis employing the Barthel ADL Index discovered that the independence levels of the older people were 92.7% independent, 7.0% lightly dependent, and 0.3% moderately dependent. Meanwhile, the Mini-Mental Status Examination for cognitive function of the older people was 69.8% normal, 25.0% probable cognitive impairment, and 5.1% definite cognitive impairment. Conclusion: The older people visiting the community health center of Aikmel are mostly independent and have a normal cognitive function. The recommendation for the community health center is to evaluate the assessment results and make planning and implementation to follow up on the integrity of health programs.