Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : counseling


AN INSIGHT INTO THE CHILDHOOD OBESITY AND IMPORTANCE OF LIFESTYLE COUNSELING ON OBESITY STATUS

Dr. Tushar Ravindra Godbole,Dr. Rahul Gautam Koppikar

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2022, Volume 9, Issue 3, Pages 588-595

Background:Obese children also suffer from emotional, mental, and social trauma. Obese
children are seen to have depression and very low self-esteem. Also, such children are teased
by society and have high peer pressure. Additionally, obesity and overweight pose a high
burden on the health care system.
Aims:The present trial was carried out to document the efficacy of counseling about physical
activity, nutrition, and weight on obese children of low socioeconomic status.
Methods: The study was carried out on 48 children and was based on the questionnaire on
the lifestyle modification and counseling sessions with questions based on healthy habits and
physical exercise. Associated comorbidities such as asthma or diabetes were also asked along
with their treating paediatrician. The collected data were subjected to statistical evaluation
and the results were formulated.
Results: Counselling for nutrition, physical activity, and weight were provided to study
participants and the results showed that 80% (n=12) obese, 66.6% (n=6) overweight, and
58.3% (n=14) healthy subjects received counselling for nutrition. In male participants
61.53% (n=16), 69.23% (n=18), and 65.38% (n=17) respectively were counselled for
nutrition, physical activity, and weight. Similarly, in females 68.18% (n=15), 63.63% (n=14),
and 63.63% (n=14) respectively were counselled for nutrition, physical activity, and weight.
Regarding diabetics in the study (n=2), all the subjects were counselled for weight, nutrition,
as well as physical activity. In subjects with asthma, the counselling for nutrition, physical
activity, and weight was given to 63.6% (n=7), 54.5% (n=6), and 54.5% (n=6) respectively.
Conclusion:The present study concludes that overweight and obese children do not get more
counseling sessions compared to their healthy peers. There is a need for more interactions at
home and more reinforcement of counseling sessions in the school curriculum with special
emphasis on overweight and obese children regarding their nutrition, physical activity, and
weight.

Counselingevaluation of adolescentreproductive health in private junior high school

Indana Tri Rahmawati; Ratna Dwi Wulandari

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 5, Pages 434-440

The problem of adolescents should get serious attention and focus on directing adolescents to a more positive direction, which focuses on creating a system to deal with delinquency among adolescents. The type of research used in this research is the evaluation research (evaluation study). The adolescent reproductive health counseling program carried out is one of a series of Field Learning Practice Programs (PBL) conducted by the Department of Public Health, Universitas Negeri Malang. To evaluate the success of this activity, an evaluation was carried out containing the pretest,posttest, and rating questionnaire. The resultsof the evaluation showed that students who studiedhealth increased from an average value of 41.47 to 90 after counseling. Based on the evaluation of the Adolescent Reproductive Health or called ”Kesehatan Reproduksi Remaja“(KRR) counseling program through a questionnaire, an average score of 86.79 was obtained, which indicated that the Adolescent Reproductive Health Renewal Programwas given according to a top category. Thus, it can be concluded that supporting good health will increase knowledge about adolescent health

Counselingevaluation of adolescentreproductive health in private junior high school.

Indana Tri Rahmawati; Ratna Dwi Wulandari

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 5, Pages 644-650

The problem of adolescents should get serious attention and focus on directing adolescents to a more positive direction, which focuses on creating a system to deal with delinquency among adolescents. The type of research used in this research is the evaluation research (evaluation study). The adolescent reproductive health counseling program carried out is one of a series of Field Learning Practice Programs (PBL) conducted by the Department of Public Health, Universitas Negeri Malang. To evaluate the success of this activity, an evaluation was carried out containing the pretest,posttest, and rating questionnaire. The resultsof the evaluation showed that students who studiedhealth increased from an average value of 41.47 to 90 after counseling. Based on the evaluation of the Adolescent Reproductive Health or called ”Kesehatan Reproduksi Remaja“(KRR) counseling program through a questionnaire, an average score of 86.79 was obtained, which indicated that the Adolescent Reproductive Health Renewal Programwas given according to a top category. Thus, it can be concluded that supporting good health will increase knowledge about adolescent health.

The Process of Developing Online Consultation Application as an Alternative in Handling Adolescent Problems

Ira Mirawati; Dadang Sugiana; Slamet Mulyana; Putri Limilia

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 1, Pages 3627-3635

This increasingly advanced era has made us face the fact that adolescents' need for guidance and counseling is increasing. the problems they face are increasingly diverse. In schools and universities, for various reason, the need for consultation is also increasing. The problem is thatmany teenagers find it hard to tell their problems face-to-face. It’s not that they have a low communication skill, but a variety of other obstacles. Oneof which is that no one is able or willing to listen to their anxieties. On the other hand, the use of internet, including web-based applications,by the adolescents is increasingrapidly. The latest data from Indonesian Internet Service Provider Association (APJII) indicatesthat 49% of 88.1 million Indonesian internet users are adolescents. Therefore, providing a web-based consultation application is the right step to help them solve the problems anytime and anywhere.
The objective of this research is to describe the teenagers’ need for mobile application consultation media. In addition, this research will also design aweb-basedand android based application as thelecturer forum for voluntaryserving adolescents who want to confide in or consult their problems. The results showed that apart from career, teenage problems are friendship, love, family, and financial. Most respondents posted their problems in social media to release their pressure, without expecting feedback from their friends or followers. Nearly all respondents are interested in using online consultation service. They hope they can consult personally and privately, where no one can read their consultation history. In addition, the respondents recommended using a popular name, instead of institutional one, that is close to teen’s life for the online consultation media name. Thus, we developed www.sobatmu.com. After running for a year, the need for impoved consulting means this service should transform into an android application for mutual comfort of counselors, users and service managers.