Child morbidity, level of parent’s education, and accessibility to health facilities as factors affecting Posyanduutilization

Main Author: Kalsum, Ummi; Health District Office of District of Sarolangun, Jambi Province; Faculty of Public Health, Universitas Indonesia
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Populasi adalah semua wanita berumur 15-49 tahun yang mempunyai balita di Provinsi Jambi. Pemanfaatan Posyanduberdasarkan wawancara kepada ibu tentang pemanfaatan Posyanduoleh ibu selama 3 bulan terakhir sebelum survei. Hasil: Lebih banyak subjek yang menggunakan (62,9%) daripada tidak menggunakan (37.1%) Posyandu. Pendidikan ayah dan ibu, pekerjaan ayah, tingkat sosial ekonomi keluarga, morbiditas balita merupakan faktor risiko dominan terhadap pemanfaatan Posyandu. Subjek yang memiliki balita sakit dibandingkan yang tidak memiliki balita sakit 23% lebih banyak memanfaatkan Posyandu[risiko relatif suaian (RRa) = 1,23; P = 0,000]. Dari segi pendidikan ayah, mereka yang memiliki pendidikan ayah yang tinggi dibandingkan dengan pendidikan ayah yang rendah memiliki 18% lebih banyak yang memanfaatkan Posyandu(RRa = 1,18; P = 0,000). Di samping itu, mereka yang mudah dibandingkan dengan yang sulit berakses terhadap fasilitas kesehatan memiliki 15% lebih banyak memanfaatkan Posyandu. Kesimpulan: Pendidikan orang tua, pekerjaan ayah, dan tingkat sosial ekonomi keluarga, morbiditas anak merupakan faktor risiko utama terhadap pemanfaatan Posyandu. (Health Science Indones 2013;1:27-31)Kata kunci: pemanfaatan Posyandu, balita, pendidikan orang tuaAbstractBackground: Utilization of Integrated Health Post (Posyandu) by mothers with under-five has declined. This study examined several factors related to the utilization of Posyanduby mothers with under-five children. Methods: This cross sectional study analyzed a part of data from the National Basic Health Research (Riskesdas) 2007. The population consisted of women aged 15-49 years who had under-five children in the province of Jambi. Utilization of the Posyandu was the use of Posyanduby mothers in the last 3 months prior to the survey. Results: More subjects who utilized (62.9%) than did not utilized (37.1%) the Posyandu. Education of mother and father, occupation of father, and socioeconomic level of family child morbidity were dominant risk factors for to utilization Posyandu. Those who had compared with did not have child morbidity had 23% more chance to utilize Posyandu[adjusted relative risk (RRa) = 1.23; P = 0.000]. In term of education of father, those who had high than low education had 18% more chance to utilize Posyandu(RRa = 1.18; P = 0.000). In addition, those who had easy than difficult health facilities accessibility had 15% more chance to utilize Posyandu.Conclusions: Education of parents, father&#x2019;s occupation, and family socioeconomic level, child morbidity were dominant risk factors for to Posyandu utilization. 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author Kalsum, Ummi; Health District Office of District of Sarolangun, Jambi Province; Faculty of Public Health, Universitas Indonesia
title Child morbidity, level of parent’s education, and accessibility to health facilities as factors affecting Posyanduutilization
publisher Badan Penelitian dan Pengembangan Kesehatan
publishDate 2013
topic health
posyanduutilization
under-five children
education of parents
Health
url http://ejournal.litbang.depkes.go.id/index.php/HSJI/article/view/3093
contents AbstrakLatar belakang: Pemanfaatan Posyanduoleh ibu yang mempunyai balita menurun. Studi ini mengidentifikasi beberapa faktor terkait pemanfaatan Posyanduoleh ibu para balita. Metode: Data berasal dari sebagian data studi potong lintang Riset Kesehatan Dasar (Riskesdas) 2007. Populasi adalah semua wanita berumur 15-49 tahun yang mempunyai balita di Provinsi Jambi. Pemanfaatan Posyanduberdasarkan wawancara kepada ibu tentang pemanfaatan Posyanduoleh ibu selama 3 bulan terakhir sebelum survei. Hasil: Lebih banyak subjek yang menggunakan (62,9%) daripada tidak menggunakan (37.1%) Posyandu. Pendidikan ayah dan ibu, pekerjaan ayah, tingkat sosial ekonomi keluarga, morbiditas balita merupakan faktor risiko dominan terhadap pemanfaatan Posyandu. Subjek yang memiliki balita sakit dibandingkan yang tidak memiliki balita sakit 23% lebih banyak memanfaatkan Posyandu[risiko relatif suaian (RRa) = 1,23; P = 0,000]. Dari segi pendidikan ayah, mereka yang memiliki pendidikan ayah yang tinggi dibandingkan dengan pendidikan ayah yang rendah memiliki 18% lebih banyak yang memanfaatkan Posyandu(RRa = 1,18; P = 0,000). Di samping itu, mereka yang mudah dibandingkan dengan yang sulit berakses terhadap fasilitas kesehatan memiliki 15% lebih banyak memanfaatkan Posyandu. Kesimpulan: Pendidikan orang tua, pekerjaan ayah, dan tingkat sosial ekonomi keluarga, morbiditas anak merupakan faktor risiko utama terhadap pemanfaatan Posyandu. (Health Science Indones 2013;1:27-31)Kata kunci: pemanfaatan Posyandu, balita, pendidikan orang tuaAbstractBackground: Utilization of Integrated Health Post (Posyandu) by mothers with under-five has declined. This study examined several factors related to the utilization of Posyanduby mothers with under-five children. Methods: This cross sectional study analyzed a part of data from the National Basic Health Research (Riskesdas) 2007. The population consisted of women aged 15-49 years who had under-five children in the province of Jambi. Utilization of the Posyandu was the use of Posyanduby mothers in the last 3 months prior to the survey. Results: More subjects who utilized (62.9%) than did not utilized (37.1%) the Posyandu. Education of mother and father, occupation of father, and socioeconomic level of family child morbidity were dominant risk factors for to utilization Posyandu. Those who had compared with did not have child morbidity had 23% more chance to utilize Posyandu[adjusted relative risk (RRa) = 1.23; P = 0.000]. In term of education of father, those who had high than low education had 18% more chance to utilize Posyandu(RRa = 1.18; P = 0.000). In addition, those who had easy than difficult health facilities accessibility had 15% more chance to utilize Posyandu.Conclusions: Education of parents, father’s occupation, and family socioeconomic level, child morbidity were dominant risk factors for to Posyandu utilization. (Health Science Indones 2013;1:27-31)Key words: posyanduutilization, under-five children, education of parents
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