Relationship between Family Support and Work Status to the Utilization of NCD Integrated Post in the Work Area of Barangka Health Center, Buton District
Asian Journal of Medical Principles and Clinical Practice,
Background: Hypertension and diabetes mellitus are examples of Non-Communicable Diseases (PTM) which are always in the top 10 diseases in Southeast Sulawesi. Efforts that can be made to detect and even address the factors that cause PTM early is to organize NCD Integrated Post . In its implementation, community participation is very important. But unfortunately there has been a decrease in the prevalence of Integrated Post visits from 2017 to 2018 at the Barangka Community Health Center. The purpose of this study is to analyze the relationshipbetween work status and family support on the use of NCD Integrated Post in the working area of the Barangka Health Center, Buton Regency.
Methods: This research is a cross sectional study. The implementation is November to December 2019. The population is 3,584 people with 134 samples. A questionnaire was used as the method of data collection.
Results: The results showed that the chi square of work status X2 count =.148 < the value of X2 table = 3,841 and family support is X2 count = 43,777> the value of X2 table = 3,841. Therefore only family support is associated with the utilization of NCD Integrated Post.
Conclusion: Conclusion of this study is work status is not related to the utilizing NCD Integrated Post. But family support is related in utilizing NCD Integrated Post at the Barangka Health Center in Buton Regency.
- NCD integrated post
- work status
- family support
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