Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : Policy


The Implementationof Non-Smoking Area Policy in Hospital of Islam Faisal Makassar

Muhammad Alwy Arifin; Nurhayani .; Indar .; Saifuddin Sirajuddin; Andriana Susanti; Nur Inayah Ismaniar; Sudirman .

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2021, Volume 8, Issue 1, Pages 1358-1365

Determination of non-smoking area should be held in healthcare facilities, one of them in hospitals. That’s why the policy of implementing non-smoking areas (KTR) has been identified as the main intervention strategy in disease control and environmental sanitation. The study aimed to examine more deeply about the implementation of non smoking area (KTR) policy at the Hospital of Islam Faisal Makassar. Qualitative designs have been used in this research. The informants 8 people were obtained by using snowballing sampling/chain sampling. Data collection is done by in-depth interviews, continuous observation during the research and focus group discussion (FGD). Data processing is done by using triangulation and content analysis method. The results showed that communication variables run well based on transmission, consistency, and clarity of the rules that must apply concerning KTR and its application in the Hospital of Islam Faisal Makassar. Whereas, based on the variable of resources at the Hospital of Islam Faisal Makassar has not supported in terms of staff, information and authority, and also in terms of facilities are still not fulfilled. It is expected that the hospital should be increase the things in the form of communication, structure of bureaucracy and disposition well to all elements of the hospital.

ELON MUSK IN INDIA – A SUCCESS STORY IN THE MAKING

Harikumar Pallathadka

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 9, Pages 3773-3782

One of Elon Musk's Twitter posts created much buzz in India and most certainly in the southern State of Karnataka in India. His EV company Tesla is planning on expanding to another East Asian Market after the Shanghai branch dealt with R&D and sold almost 50,000 units. Moreover, India is one of the most likely targets which Tesla would be aiming for, not only because of the humongous workforce capability that the country could offer but also for the development of rules and regulations for the improvement and the enhancement of EV’s in the country. Since the development of the EV policy, 2017 in the state of Karnataka, which pioneered the same and proved itself to be worthy of the badge of "EV Hub" of India, with many tech start-ups pushing the boundaries in the field of EV. Some of the latest news articles in the papers discussed the probability of Tesla being interested in forming another enterprise in the country, which is exciting news. This would not only mean the change in the economic spectrum of the country because of the remarkable improvement of the Tesla Stocks in the USA but also a significant chance for employment, leading to the push in the Indian economy, which is most required at this time of distress and dilemma because of the COVID-19 pandemic which struck.

The Analysis of the Implementation of Government Regulation Number 33 of 2012 Concerning Exclusive Breastfeeding in Surabaya

Monica Ayu; Ernawaty Ernawaty

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 5, Pages 406-411

Background:The coverage of exclusive breastfeeding in Surabaya is still lower (65.10%) than the national target (80%). Aim:This study aims to examine the implementation of policies regarding exclusive breastfeeding in Surabaya. Method:This research employeda qualitative method. The data collection was conducted through in-depth interviews and observations. The research informants included midwives and nursing mothers in Surabaya. Result:The results indicated that the implementation of exclusive breastfeeding policy hadnot run properly due to the lack of knowledge and public awareness about the benefits of breastfeeding and inadequate infrastructure that supports the implementation of exclusive breastfeeding policy. Conclusion:The advice provided is that the implementation of exclusive breastfeeding policies should be carried out in accordance with Government Regulation by providing a lactation roomand supervising the distribution of formula milk for babies 0-6 months. Furthermore, it is also expected that all parties can support this implementation.

The Analysis of the Implementation of Government Regulation Number 33 of 2012 Concerning Exclusive Breastfeeding in Surabaya.

Monica Ayu; Ernawaty Ernawaty

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 5, Pages 616-621

Background:The coverage of exclusive breastfeeding in Surabaya is still lower (65.10%) than the national target (80%). Aim:This study aims to examine the implementation of policies regarding exclusive breastfeeding in Surabaya. Method:This research employeda qualitative method. The data collection was conducted through in-depth interviews and observations. The research informants included midwives and nursing mothers in Surabaya. Result:The results indicated that the implementation of exclusive breastfeeding policy hadnot run properly due to the lack of knowledge and public awareness about the benefits of breastfeeding and inadequate infrastructure that supports the implementation of exclusive breastfeeding policy. Conclusion:The advice provided is that the implementation of exclusive breastfeeding policies should be carried out in accordance with Government Regulation by providing a lactation roomand supervising the distribution of formula milk for babies 0-6 months. Furthermore, it is also expected that all parties can support this implementation.

Policy Approach To The Causes And Effects Of Internally Displaced Persons And Migration Crises In Juba

Okafor Christian Izuchukwu; Mazlan Bin Ali; Pitya Peter Marino Modi; James Arike Charles Duku; Yakubu Aminu Dodo

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 3, Pages 2938-2955

This paper examines the situation of Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs), the causes of displacements and the trends of migration in Juba. The specific factors that create displacements and migrations are identified by some expert respondents and the analysis of the trend over some time of the independent era to date was done. Two locations of Hai-Zandiya and Gureii in Juba were selected for the study. Up to twelve (12) policy actors within the United Nations agencies, funds, and programmes; International and National Non-Governmental Organizations were randomly selected and interviewed with a total of ninety-eight (98) respondents. Data was collected using well-structured questionnaires and Key Informant Interview (KII), using the Delphi techniques through the aid of Google docs for two rounds of questionnaire administration and interview sessions with key informants. The findings identified a series of factors that triggers migration, categorized as Man-made and natural (Economic, political, social and environmental factors. The study, therefore, recommends the need to encourage inclusive arrangements in coordination, policy formulations, humanitarian and development nexus to support the reconstruction as well as efforts to minimize the perennial displacements and migratory trends. The trend was shown according to major classification, specific factors, the causes and finally the resultant effects. Policy recommendations were preferred to best manage the crises by the actors within the government and the local and international partners

Social Capital And The Quality Of Government: The Strategy For Tax Policy Development

Tautoto Tana Ranggina Sarongallo; Tahir Kasnawi; Hasbi Lambe; Sakaria .; Irwansyah .

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 1157-1165

The proposition offered is a gap due to the absence of integration of social capital at micro- and macro levels. So that this reality has an impact on not optimal motor vehicle tax payments. Therefore, this study emphasizes the importance of integrating social capital at micro (actor) level and macro (structure) level in order to optimize regional revenue from vehicle tax. This research is a qualitative approach. The research was conducted in 4 (four) districts and one city in South Sulawesi province. It was conducted from January 2019 to May 2020. The results show that the strategy of social capital management in increase obedient for vehicle taxpayer shows that the elements of social capital, namely: network; trust; values, norms and social sanction; cooperation and reciprocal relations still exist in the duality of agents structural and structures in social practices continually in routine. Hence, there is a disintegration of the meaning of agents to the implementation of elements of social capital.