Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : Empowerment


Family Empowerment Model on Early Detection Ability Of High risk Pregnancy

Ika Mardiyanti; Nursalam Nursalam; Shrimarti Rukmini Devy; Ernawati .

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 10, Pages 1111-1131

There are still many pregnant women and their families who are unable to do early detection of high risk pregnancies. The purpose of this study was to develop a family empowerment model for the early detection ability of high-risk pregnancies.An explanatory survey research with a cross sectional study approach. The study population was the family of pregnant women in the Surabaya area who were taken using the rule of thumb with a sample size of 120 respondents using systematic random sampling. The latent variables in this study are personal factors, cognitive behavior, resource factors, interpersonal, basic values (Fillial Values), commitment, and family ability in early detection of high risk pregnancies, as measured by using a questionnaire. Latent variables that affect family empowerment consist of data analysis using Structural Equation Modeling (SEM) -Partial Least Squares (PLS).The results showed that the family empowerment model for the early detection ability of high-risk pregnancy was a fit model. This refers to the results of the goodness of fit test. Personal factors towards interpersonal (T statistics = 10,301; P = 0,000), interpersonal towards Fillial Value (T statistics = 13,501; P = 0,000), Fillial Value for commitment (T statistics = 9,495; P = 0,000), family commitment to early detection ability of high risk pregnancy (T statistics = 3,840; P = 0,000).The results of this study provide information about family empowerment models in high-risk pregnancies so that they can be used as a reference in preparing midwifery care plans in cases of maternal emergencies for high-risk pregnant women.

A STUDY ON INFLUENCE OF URBAN HOUSING SCHEME ON THE HEALTH, HYGIENE, BEHAVIOURAL CHANGES AND SELF-ESTEEM LEVEL OF THE BENEFICIARIES

Biju P; Dr. P Vinayagamurthy; Dr. Reeja P S

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 9, Pages 2049-2054

The present research aimed at understanding the urban women's health and hygien
e consciousness and selfsteem level in Kottayam municipality, Kerala state. Health is a
dynamic, multidimensional term that encompasses an individual's physical, mental and
emotional elements. Municipality of Kottayam in Kerala was seen as the universe of the
current research. 410 samples were selected from the beneficiaries of the Kottayam
municipal area, Kerala. Beneficiaries who had completed the construction of their urban
homes were considered. The study mainly focused on demographic factors to figure out the
health and hygiene of the respondents. Face to face questionnaire survey method was used
for data collection. Statistical analysis was performed on the gathered data. The result
indicates that, respondents vary in their standard of health and hygiene on the basis of
education. The research also demonstrates the variation in level of health and hygiene of
the respondent on the basis of family type. Therefore, relative to nuclear family
respondents, the joint family has a stronger outlook on wellbeing and grooming. It is also
assumed that after the building of own homes, there is still a major connexion between
self-esteem than before. Individuals have a good optimistic self-esteem relationship after
creating their own home.

The Influence of Leadership on Human Resource Empowerment and Job Satisfaction in Improving Employee Performance

Cici Ita Ristianty; Nurwati .; nasrul .; Laode Bahana Adam

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 1, Pages 3844-3852

The effect of leadership on empowering human resources, (2). The influence of leadership on employee satisfaction, (3). The effect of empowering human resources on satisfaction, (4). Influence of satisfaction on employee performance, (5). The influence of leadership on employee satisfaction through empowering human resources. The population in this study was Konawe Regency Government Employees with the characteristicsof Civil Servants (PNS) in all OPDs within the Konawes Regency Government as many as 6,196 people. The sampling technique is stratified random sampling with a sample of 152 people. Data analysis technique to answer the problem in this research hypothesis is a quantitative analysis that is supported by Qualitative through two stages, namely statistical descriptive analysis and Structural Equation Modeling (SEM) analysis. The results showed that the relationship between leadership and human resource empowerment in this study was directly proportional; leadership had a positive and significant effect on employee satisfaction while Human Resources empowerment had a positive but not significant effect on job satisfaction. Job satisfaction has a positive and significant effect on employee performance has a positive but not significant effect on job satisfaction. Furthermore the empowerment variable does not significantly mediate the relationship between the leadership variable and job satisfaction variable