Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : independence

Ensuring Balance Among Branches of Public Power During the Development of Civil Society in Uzbekistan

Almagul Bayrieva

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 2, Pages 2233-2239

Abstract. The article analyzes the balance of power between sectors of the political system
in Uzbekistan in the context of democratic reforms. This analysis is considered from the
point of view of the development of civil society, and implies a correlation between regional
and central bodies of representative power. In the article, particular attention is drawn to
the value orientations of both government representatives and civil society actors in the
perception of civic activism and civic participation. The article allows us to understand
deeply such institutions as the state, rule of law, and democratic accountability during the

Social Movements In India And India‟s Role In The World War I


European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 2, Pages 5497-5501

The reasons for the out broke of World War were many but interests for most of the countries differ. But different powers joined the war precisely to safeguard their existing colonies. However, Indians supported the war with the flawed belief that Great Britain would repay India's loyalty with gratitude and enable India to take a long step forward on the road to self-rule. Having made huge sacrifices and demonstrated military valour equal to that of European soldiers, Indians widely expected a transition to self-government, but as the war continued the economic and political climate in the country deteriorated and finally all the expectation was dashed by further extension of martial law at the end of the conflict. In reaction to such a situation, the social movements took a new shape which I shall take as the main core of this paper. Thus, the primary objective of the paper is to enquire into the rise of the nationalist feelings and expanding the social base of the nationalist movement during and after the World War I.

The Effect of Android-Based Health Education on the Autonomy of Mothers in the Fulfillment of Care in Pospartum Primipara

Siti Maria Ulfa; Werna Nontji; Syafruddin Syarif; Sundari .; Erlyn Limoa; Burhanuddin Bahar

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 8, Pages 4431-4442

Background: The importance of providing education during the postpartum period may help mothers successfully pass through several important phases after delivering a birth. A Serious complication may occur if a mother fails to cope with the unexpected situation. Therefore, equipping mothers with sufficient knowledge and skills of self care is essential to avoid any risks that may happen during postpartum. Lack of knowledge and skills are two major problems that mothers usually face when doing self care. To tackle the problems, we have created an android based application called BUBI Care to facilitate a more dynamic transfer of knowledge to mothers.
Research Method: This type of research is a quasi experimental research (quasi-research) with a pretest-posttest design with a control group design. The research sample used in this study were 19 TM III pregnant women (gestational age ≥ 38 weeks) as many as 19 people in the treatment group and 19 people in the control group, which were in accordance with the inclusion criteria of the researcher, with the time the study was carried out from September to October 2020.. Data were collected through pretest and 
posttest using digital questionnaires and digital observation sheets. Data were analyzed using the Wilcoxon and testthe Mann Whitney test.
Research Results: the findings indicated that there was a difference in the level of autonomy between the intervention group and the comparator group. The groups consist of respondents with breast care. The intervention group showed a mean score of 81.37 whereas the comparator group showed a mean score of 56.05, with a total of score difference 25.32. Furthermore, there was also a score difference between the intervention group of perineum care and its comparator group. The intervention group obtained a mean value of 78.95 while its comparator obtained a mean score of 49.26 with a total of score difference 29.69. An experiment on mothers who did postpartum exercises also showed a different mean score between the intervention and the comparator group. The intervention group obtained a mean score of 74.63 whereas the comparator group obtained a mean score of 50.53 with a total of score difference 24.01 points. In conclusion, there is a significant influence on the intervention groups in terms of the use of the android based health application.
Conclusion: the study indicated that there was a difference in the level of knowledge gained by the intervention group before and after being trained about the use of the apps. However, this did not happen to the comparator group. On the other hand, both of the intervention and the comparator groups experienced the improvement of self care skills and the level of autonomy after being trained.

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.