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Implementation supplementary feeding program and infant and young child feeding counseling as a stunting prevention program during pandemic

Tasya Sabila Febriyati; Dewi Marhaeni Diah Herawati; Gina Megawati

Published: August 2022   Journal: Jurnal Kesehatan Prima

Large-Scale Social Restrictions (PSBB) as an effort to reduce the transmission of COVID-19 pandemic and COVID-19 pandemic itself hasan impact on stunting prevention program carried out by Public Health Centers (Puskesmas), including the Supplementary Feeding Program (PMT) and Infant and Young Child Feeding Counseling (PMBA) and this condition occurs in various regions in Indonesia, including Bandung. This study aimed to examine the implementation of PMT and PMBA counseling program during the COVID-19 pandemic in the working area of the Buahbatu Public Health Center as one of the public health centers with the highest stunting number in Bandung. This study using the mixed methods concurrent embedded method, in this study quantitative data were used to determine percentage of PMT and PMBA counseling coverage before the COVID-19 pandemic (2017-2019) and during the COVID-19 pandemic (in 2020) as supporting qualitative data done with in-depth interviews.

Analysis of factors related to exclusive breastfeeding during the Covid-19 pandemic

Afifah Salsabilla Istisya; Betty Yosephin Simanjuntak; Wisuda Andeka Marleni

Published: August 2022   Journal: Jurnal Kesehatan Prima
Exclusive breastfeeding during the Covid-19 period should ideally continue by implementing health protocols that ensure sufficient breast milk for babies during the Covid-19 pandemic to form antibodies to the baby's immune system against Covid-19 virus infection. The purpose of this study was to determine the factors associated with the success of exclusive breastfeeding during the Covid-19 pandemic at Karang Tinggi Health Center. The factors studied were exposure to information, mother's knowledge, maternal anxiety, support from health workers and the application of health protocols and the success of exclusive breastfeeding. This study uses a descriptive analysis and a cross sectional approach by distributing questions in an online questionnaire about breastfeeding during the Covid-19 pandemic. The sample amounted to 82 samples. Sampling using total sampling technique. Analyzed through chi-square statistical test followed by logistic regression test.
Cite this research | Open access | Vol.: 16 | Issue: 2 | No. of pages: 11 | Language: English | Topics: Health | Tags: breastfeeding, COVID-19 response, lockdown, maternal and child health, pregnancy, pregnant women, social distance | Countries: Indonesia
The relationship of parents' parenting patterns with online game addiction during the Covid-19 pandemic at SMK Mekanika Cirebon

Siti Lia Amaliah; Iman Permana

Published: August 2022   Journal: Journal Eduvest

Since the outbreak of Covid-19, the activities of parents and children have changed, many parents who experience stress due to their business experiencing a decrease in income and even going out of business, while some have to work at home using the WFH (Work From Home) system set by other companies and institutions. . Stress conditions experienced by parents have a relationship with the parenting style given by parents to their children, there is a statistically significant relationship between the stress conditions of parents and the parenting style of parents for their children The purpose of this study was to analyze the relationship between parenting and online game addiction at SMK Mekanika Cirebon. The method used is descriptive quantitative with survey research. Data collection by questionnaire. 220 Participants were taken by proportional random sampling. Data analysis with simple regression test method with the help of SPSS.

Interpersonal communication between teachers and students through science practicum activities in increasing the learning motivation of public high school students in Depok City during the COVID-19 pandemic

Nyken Yuliani; Teddy Oswari

Published: August 2022   Journal: International Journal of Educational Technology and Learning
The Depok City Government is an area that decided to implement teaching and learning activities with an online learning system to break the chain of covid-19 spread. During the Covid-19 pandemic, innovative online learning media, especially science subjects, were used to increase student learning motivation while studying at home. Science practicum activities are one of media that can help students' understanding, for this reason, the creativity of science teachers is needed to continue to carry out simple practicum activities at home. The purpose of this study is to find out and analyze interpersonal communication between teachers and students through science practicum activities in increasing the learning motivation of state high school students in Depok City during the Covid-19 pandemic. The research method used is descriptive qualitative, using the Paradigm of Constructivism, the theory of interpersonal communication used is the Theory of S-O-R (Stimulus-Organism-Response) and the Theory of Symbolic Interactionism. Data collection is carried out through documentation, interviews, observation, and triangulation.
Prevalence and associated factors of psychosocial and behavioral problems in Indonesian adolescent students during the COVID-19 pandemic

Retno Sutomo; Fadhila Pratama Rizqi Ramadhani; Intan Noor Hanifa (et al.)

Published: August 2022   Journal: Frontiers in Pediatrics

The COVID-19 pandemic and the subsequent measures to control it, such as social distancing, school closure, and online learning, put adolescent students at higher risk of psychosocial and behavioral problems (PSBP). The adverse potential is more concerning as the outbreak continues, especially in limited-resource countries, and requires further mitigation. This study aims to assess the prevalence and factors associated with PSBP in Indonesian adolescent students in the COVID-19 pandemic

Impact of learning from home: cognitive development of early childhood education student in pandemic Covid-19

Tria Wahyuningrum; Lida Khalimatus Sa’diya

Published: August 2022   Journal: Jurnal Obsesi
The purpose of this research was to determine how the covid-19 epidemic affected early childhood cognitive development. Principals, instructors, parents, and students served as informants in this study. The data collection techniques used in this study were inquiry in interview which were carried out to find out several things related to the impact of Covid-19 on students' cognitive development. The descriptive qualitative method was employed to analyze the data.
A photovoice study on youth's experience of social distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic

Indra Yohanes Kiling; Beatriks Novianti Bunga; Marleny Panis (et al.)

Published: August 2022   Journal: Educational and Developmental Psychologist

The coronavirus disease pandemic and social distancing measures have threatened young people living in an underdeveloped region of Indonesia. Very little is currently known about how youth experience social distancing during the pandemic. This study aimed to explore the lived experience of this group within a large-scale social distancing context. Data were collected using a photovoice and participatory video approach with 15 young people in West Timor, Indonesia.

Job motivation, work-family conflict and job satisfaction of formal working mothers during COVID-19 pandemic

Meida Eka Sovya Melati; Risda Rizkillah

Published: August 2022   Journal: Journal of Child, Family, and Consumer Studies
Work from home (WFH) policies can fade the boundaries between family and work matters, reduce work motivation, and create uncertainty that impacts job satisfaction. This study aims to analyze the effect of work motivation and work-family conflict on job satisfaction of formal working mothers during the Covid-19 pandemic. This study used a cross-sectional research design. The selection of research locations was chosen purposively, namely DKI Jakarta and West Java, because these two provinces were the two provinces that contributed the most Covid-19 cases in Indonesia.
Strategies for mindful parenting during COVID-19 pandemic: a systematic review

Elham Baghban Baghestan; Fatemeh Shahabizadeh; Toktam Tabatabaee

Published: August 2022   Journal: Page Header Logo

Covid-19 has affected lives of people in all aspects. One of the most important and yet neglected aspects is parenting and the experience of mindful parenting for kids and their parents. This study aims to systematically review the strategies for mindful parenting during covid-19 outbreak. This is a systematic review in which all related databases and search engines- Web of Science, Scopus, PubMed, Google Scholar, SID (Persian)- used to explore and search the most relevant articles that had addressed mindfulness in parenting during covid-19 pandemic. a content analysis approach was applied for categorizing and analysis of the data. Codes were specified to every useful strategy and when coding finished, these codes were put in different themes and subthemes subjectively, using a framework thematic analysis.

The role of parents in online learning motivation for sixth-grade elementary school students

Sulistya Nurul Fikriah; Diki Rukmana

Published: August 2022   Journal: Profesi Pendidikan Dasar

This research sought to determine how parental roles affected children's motivation for online learning during the COVID-19 pandemic. This study employed a quantitative correlational survey as its methodology. The questionnaire was used to collect data for this study. While SEM-PLS (Structural Equation Modeling-Partial Least Square) analysis is used to test hypotheses, CFA (Confirmatory Factor Analysis) is used to assess validity and reliability. SmartPLS 3.0 software is used to assist in all data processing.

Parents' role in online learning by elementary school students during the COVID-19 pandemic

Zarah Dwi Jayanti; Machful Indrakurniawan

Published: August 2022
Parents and guardians play a crucial role in students’ online learning process. The current study describes the role of parents, examines the obstacles, and recommends solutions to overcome them from the COVID-19 standpoint. The study uses a phenomenological qualitative method and data were obtained through a questionnaire. The study population included parents/guardians of students of class VI-C SDN Pagerwojo.
Students' academic procrastination during the COVID-19 pandemic: how does adversity quotient mediate parental social support?

Alif Muarifah; Nurul Hidayati Rofiah; Mujidin Mujidin (et al.)

Published: August 2022   Journal: Frontiers in Education
The COVID-19 has had a widespread impact on all aspects of life. The government has undertaken numerous restrictive attempts to sever the virus transmission chain. In the education sector, one of the attempts is to apply certain learning models. For instance, the online model has been used in place of the face-to-face one across all academic and non-academic services. Educators have faced several obstacles, including academic procrastination. Academic procrastination refers to intentionally putting off working on an assignment, which negatively influences academic achievement. This study aimed to examine the role of parental social support in academic procrastination with the mediation of the adversity quotient. The subjects consisted of 256 state Madrasah Aliyah students in Magelang aged 15–18 years (M = 16.53, SD = 1.009). Data collection employed the academic procrastination scale, parental social support scale, and adversity quotient scale. Data analysis used descriptive statistics and structural equation modeling (SEM) with the aid of the IBM SPSS 23 and AMOS Graphics 26.
Family climate, perception and adolescents' stress prior to and during COVID-19 pandemic

Indah Dahlia; Dwi Hastuti

Published: July 2022   Journal: Journal of Child, Family, and Consumer Studies

The COVID-19 pandemic has various impacts on life, one of which causes stress in adolescents. This study aims to analyze the influence of family climate and adolescent perceptions of stress levels during the pandemic. This study used a cross-sectional study design. The sampling in this study used a non-probability sampling method with a voluntary sampling technique through the distribution of bold questionnaires. The research sample was 113 junior high and high school students aged 13-18 in the Greater Jakarta area (Jakarta, Bogor, Depok, Tangerang, Bekasi). 

Analysis of emotional behavior disorders (anxiety) in children during covid 19 in east Lampung, Indonesia

Ismi Mu'alifah; Teguh Pribadi; Rahma Elliya

Published: July 2022   Journal: Malahayati International Journal of Nursing and Health Science

The COVID-19 virus or coronavirus disease is a virus that infects human respiration which was first discovered in Wuhan, China in 2019 and has spread throughout the world. Social distancing can cause acute stress and anxiety for children. This paper aims to analyse emotional behavior disorders (anxiety) in children during covid 19 east Lampung, Indonesia. A quantitative, using a cross-sectional approach. The population is mothers who have children aged 5-11 years as respondents and can observe changes in their children's behavior during social restrictions because of the COVID-19 pandemic. The location is in Sumur Kucing village in 2021. A sample of 70 respondents was obtained using the snowball technique. Data collection techniques were carried out using a questionnaire. Statistical test analysis used is univariate and logistic regression.

Analysis of supporting factors associated with exclusive breastfeeding practice in the urban setting during the COVID-19 pandemic

Agrina Agrina; Dedi Afandi; Suyanto Suyanto (et al.)

Published: July 2022   Journal: Children
Breastfeeding mothers have had limited access to breastfeeding support throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. This study aims to investigate breastfeeding practices during the COVID-19 period and to determine the factors associated with supporting exclusive breastfeeding. A sequential explanatory mixed methods approach was adopted, including a quantitative method in the first phase and qualitative method in the second phase. Mothers whose babies were aged over 6 months to 24 months old from July to September 2021 in Pekanbaru City were selected as research subjects. Data analysis was performed with multivariate and deductive content analysis. Of 156 participants, 97 mothers (62.2%) exclusively breastfed their babies. Of those, mothers who delivered exclusive breastfeeding worked less than eight hours per day, were aged 17–25 and had low education. Though by using exclusive breastfeeding practice as a reference, associated supports, including emotional, instrumental, appraisal and information regarding exclusive breastfeeding practice were insignificant; however, mothers who practice exclusive breastfeeding had higher information support.
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