IJRMHS VOLUME 29

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ISSN 2307-2083

 IJRMHS VOLUME 29

Title

THE SATISFACTION OF CHILDREN ‘S PATIENTS Of HOSPITAL FOOD SERVICES IN CHILDREN ‘S ROOM IN ABEPURA HOSPITAL

Author/s Sarni Bela, Nova Rumaropen
Source International Journal of Research in Medical and Health Sciences pg 01-15 Vol 29. No. 01– 2018
Abstract

The organization of hospital food is a series of activities ranging from menu planning, planning of food requirements, planning of budgets, procurement of food ingredients, receipts and storage, cooking of food ingredients, distribution and recording, reporting and evaluation. The purpose of the study in general aims to determine the factors that are related to patient satisfaction in hospital food services in the childcare room of Abepura Hospital. The type of this research is observational analytic with cross sectional approach. The population in the study was in patients of children in Abepura Hospital. The samples in the study were totally 96 patients of children aged 6-12 years with parents as assistants / respondents during hospitalization. The sampling technique used is porous sampling. Patient satisfaction seen according to observations on left overs, analyzed using Comstok 6-point scale. Analysis statistics use test relationships between variables with test Chi-Square.
The results showed that of 96 patients, which states the presentation of food at a time when as many as 62 (64.6%), which states that  …….

Keywords Food Services, Patients Gratifications, Children Patients
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IJRMHS_Vol29_P1_Nov 18_Sani and Nova

Title

NUTRITION STATUS, MIDUPPER ARM CIRCUMFERENCE (MUAC), AND NUTRITIONAL INTAKE OF PAPUA ORIGINAL ADOLESCENTS IN GOVERNMENT JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL JAYAPURA CITY

Author/s Sarni Bela, Nova Rumaropen
Source International Journal of Research in Medical and Health Sciences pg 15-29 Vol 29. No. 01– 2018
Abstract

Adolescent are identified as a special group that is vulnerable to the effects of nutritional deficiencies. The factors are accelerated growth and development, lifestyle changes and eating habits, pregnancy, activities outside the school and suffering from chronic diseases. A number of nutritional problems include anemia, stunting, wasting, and obesity. Problems with nutritional status based on anthropometric indicators and Li LA are also found. According to Riskesdas 2010 nationally, the nutritional status of female adolescents aged 16-18 years who were stunted was 25.9% , wasting 5.2% (Ministry of Health, 2010 ) . The Hebeybhulu Yoka Health Center is one of the health centers within the Jayapura City Health Office working area, and was inaugurated in 2010 and is located inYoka Village (Suburbs of Lake Sentani). Within the Hebeybhulu Yoka Health Center work area there are schools where most of the students are indigenous Papuans (OAP), namely government junior high school (GJHS).
Research method Quantitative Descriptive for measuring nutritional status, Upper Arm circumference (LiLA), nutrient intake in native Papuan students. The population was students of GJHS 7 Jayapura city in the working area of the Hebeybhulu Yoka Health Center. Variable nutritional status treated with BMI method to detect energy is less risk of chronic use Upper Arm Circumference, andthe intake of nutrients (energy and protein) using sheet Food Recall 2 x 24 hours. The results of the study show:  …….

Keywords Adolescent Girls, Nutritional Status, Upper Arm Circumference, Nutrient Intake
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