Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Author : Bahar, Burhanuddin


The Student Role Improvement In The Learning Process Through The E-Learning Model In Associate Degree Of Midwifery, Megarezky University

Sri Ramadhany; Irfan Idris; Burhanuddin Bahar; Jibril .; BesseAisma Ria; Yusring Sanusi Baso

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 4914-4931

The world of education today is rapidly and significantly developed. The development of education can be seen from the increase of diverse learning methods used in the teaching and learning process. The method applied utilises various media to improve the quality of learning outcomes influenced by technological advances, including the e-learning method. This study aimed to improvestudents' role in e-learning methods, particularly the Indonesia Kuliah Online application used inthe Midwifery Department of Megarezky University, Makassar in 2020.This research was an experimental study with a quasi-experimental design and total sampling technique. The results showed that based on statistical tests using the paired t-test, the p-value = 0.000 <a = 0.05 indicated an increase in students' role in the e-learning method. It was suggested that students could increase their knowledge of using e-learning methods in the learning process. The educational institutions should begin to implement e-learning methods in their learning process. The increase in technological advancesmakes it easier for students in the learning process without constrainingtime and distance.

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.

The Improvementof The Role Of Lecturer In The Learning Process Through E-Learning Models In Associate Degreeof Midwifery,Megarezky University, Makassar

Mirna .; Yusring Sanusi Baso; Sri Ramadhany; Irfan Idris; Burhanuddin Bahar; Jibril .

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 4917-4923

This study aimedto find out the increase of lecturers' role in the learning process through the e-learning model in Associate Degree of Midwifery at Megarezky University, Makassar by looking at lecturer evaluations before and after using the IndonesiaKuliah Online application.The research method was a quasi-experimental with time-series design by measuring before and after treatment (pre-test and post-test). Specifically, itcomparedlecturers' role in the learning process between before and after e-learning with the Indonesia Kuliah Online application. The research was conducted from November to December 2020 involving seven lecturers and each lecturer given a questionnaire containing statements about e-learning to assess the perception against the learning method.The results showed a significant effect of learning through e-learning models on the improvement role of lecturers. Itwas evidenced by the analysis results with the Paired Samples T-Test, which showed the significance value obtained of 0.000, and the value of t-count> t-table was 10.321> 2.365. This study revealed that e-learning applied by Associate Degree of Midwifery lecturers at the MegarezkyUniversity available in the https://indonesiakuliahonline.com site.There were differences in lecturer evaluations before and after using Indonesia Kuliah Online application as an alternative in the study through e-model. The use of the Indonesia Kuliah Online application could increase lecturers' role in the learning process through the e-learning model.

Economic Losses Due To Illness And Premature Death In Parepare City : Health Advocacy With DALY Approach

Kasman .; Amran Razak; Alimin Maidin; Darmawansyah .; Toto Sudargo; Muh. Asdar; Burhanuddin Bahar; Hasnawati Amqam

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 11-20

Background: The approach of economic losses due to illness and early death is an effective way to be used for advocacy and convincing all stakeholders that health is an investment. Methods: This is an observational study in the field of health economics on the magnitude of economic losses due to illness and death with the aim of providing advocacy to all health stakeholders. Results: The amount of direct costs, which consists of household expenses for transportation of IDR 749.3 million. Economic losses due to illness (YLD) IDR 26.7 billion, and YLL of IDR 243.2 billion, total economic loss due to both (DALY) is IDR 269.9 billion. Total economic losses of IDR 270.6 billion. This huge economic loss can be prevented by increasing the budget for promoting healthy behavior and expanding health insurance coverage for the community. Conclusion: Approach to economic losses due to early illness and death (DALY) as an effective advocacy way to improve the understanding of health stakeholders that interventions to reduce economic losses through increasing the health budget are an investment.

The Effect of Android-Based Health Education on the Autonomy of Postpartum Primipara Mothers in Neonatal Care.

Dwi Kartika Sari; Werna Nontji; Syafruddin Syarif; Sundari .; Erlyn Limoa; Burhanuddin Bahar

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 8, Pages 4419-4430

Background: Primiparous postpartum mothers cannot independently take care of their babies due to a lack of knowledge about baby care. This study aims to determine the effect of android-based health education on the autonomy of primiparous postpartum mothers in neonatal care. Methods: The research design was a quasi-experiment with a pretest-posttest design with a controlled group design with a total sample of 19 pregnant women each of TM III primigravida (Gestational Age ≥ 38 weeks) in both of the intervention group and the control group. The sampling technique used was purposive sampling. The research was conducted at Public Health Centre of Kelayan Timur and at the PBM Clinic of Mrs. NM in Kelayan Timur Banjarmasin during September - October 2019. Data were collected using pretest and post-test containing questions about digital knowledge, skills, and independence in digital observation sheets. Data analysis was carried using the Wilcoxon test and the Mann-Whitney Test. Results: The Wilcoxon Test results showed that there were differences in the knowledge of respondents in the intervention group before and after joining Android-based health education with a value of p= 0.000. The results of the Mann-Whitney Test showed that there were differences in knowledge about neonatal care between the intervention group and the controlled group with a value of p= 0.004, there were differences in skills in neonatal care in the intervention group and the controlled group with a value of p= 0.012 for the skills of bathing babies, p= 0.016 for umbilical cord care skills and p= 0.009 for correct breastfeeding skills, and there were differences in independence in neonatal care between the intervention group and the control group. These results revealed an effect of android-based health education on the autonomy of neonatal care with a value of p= 0.001 for the autonomy in bathing babies, p= 0.006 for the autonomy in caring for the umbilical cord and p= 0.017 for the autonomy in breastfeeding. Conclusion: Android-based health education affects mothers' autonomy in neonatal care during primiparous postpartum.