Kemenkes. (). Buku Data , Direktorat Jenderal Pengendalian Penyakit dan Buku Pedoman Nasional Pengendalian Penyakit Kusta,. Direktorat. References. 1. Amiruddin M. D. Penyakit kusta sebuah pendekatan klinis. Kemenkes R. I. Buku Pedoman Nasional Pemberantasan Penyakit Kusta. Jakarta. Komponen surveilans kusta di dinas kesehatan kabupaten situbondo sebagai upaya Buku Pedoman Nasional Program Pengendalian Penyakit Kusta.

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Data collection is done by using interview and documentation. This stigma, held by fellow villagers, can cause leprosy patients to suffer terrible depression and even want to commit suicide [ 13 ]. Role in Handling Leprosy The results from Table 1 show that in the pretests there was no significant difference between pemberanttasan two groups of Tabibs concerning the role of the Tabibs in the management of leprosy. Discrimination at work also occurs when a person is denied work because of some physical factor e.

Leprosy in the 21st century. The role of the Tabib from one side is positive as they are capable of empowering the sufferers and the PWHHL who are put into isolation by their families and other villagers. Until now, leprosy still carries a stigma, so that it is difficult to find the leprosy cases and to manage appropriate treatment for them.

Sampel diambil berdasarkan pemberantassn disease sampling. Click here for additional data file. Author information Article notes Copyright and License information Disclaimer. Simpulan penelitian, kondisi ekonomi keluarga rendah dan kebersihan perorangan buruk mempengaruhi kejadian kusta. The stigma and prejudice of leprosy: The results above from this study concerning the attitudes of the Tabib to leprosy are parallel with those found by Azwar [ 23 ]; in particular, factors which affect the attitudes of a person include experience, buju.

The process of stigmatization occurs, according to ILEP [ 17 ] when someone is seen as different, in a negative way, and is labeled accordingly, e. Research purpose to determine the factors that influence to incidence of leprosy, included age, sex, education, knowledge, family economic conditions, household contact history, neighbor contact history, personal hygiene, physical environmental conditions, and residential density.


However, the results from the posttests after the EG had had the treatment with the pocket book show that there kista now a significant difference between the role of the EG Tabibs in the management of leprosy with that of the CG Tabibs showing that the training with the pocket books about leprosy had been effective in changing the EG Tabibs views of their role in pedonan leprosy, whilst the pemberangasan of the CG Tabibs concerning their role had not changed.

Effectiveness of Traditional Healers in Program to Control Leprosy in Nagan Raya District in Aceh

Results Based on Table 1in the pretest no significant difference was found between prior knowledge about leprosy of the EG compared with that of the CG pebmerantasan there was a significant difference in the knowledge about leprosy in the posttest results from the EG Tabibs with the results from the CG Tabibs. The pattern of reinforcement from other people forms the attitudes and behaviour concerned.

Masalah penelitian adalah faktor-faktor apakah yang berpengaruh terhadap kejadian kusta di Kecamatan Tirto Kabupaten Pekalongan. Then after training and studying the pocket book, the results from the posttest showed that knowledge about leprosy amongst the EG of Penhakit who got the training was then significantly greater than that of the CG of Tabibs. This research is conducted to evaluate the implementation of leprosy surveillance system in Health Department of Situbondo.

Effectiveness of Traditional Healers in Program to Control Leprosy in Nagan Raya District in Aceh

penyakif The purpose of this study was naional find out and to take steps to improve the effectiveness of the Tabib in controlling leprosy in Nagan Raya. Then after the training and studying the pocket books the posttest results showed that the EG Tabibs had a significantly better attitude to epdoman role in pedomaj and managing leprosy than the CG Tabibs.

Azwar [ 23 ] has said that another factor which affects attitudes is the environment including the local culture which helps form the personality of a person. In this study, the EG Tabibs were given information about the benefits to all villagers from taking steps to manage, control, and eliminate leprosy.

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These results are similar to those found by Notoatmodjo [ 22 ], which showed that motivation is a requirement of people to participate, without motivation it is difficult to get people to participate in any program. The results obtained were later analysed statistically and are summarized in this paper. The Journal of Immunology, Social implications from antiquity to the present.

Even after leprosy patients have finished their therapy and pemberantadan obtained Release from Bbuku RFTthe stigma of leprosy stays with them for life.

However, from the viewpoint of treatment, what they have been doing has been against some of the basic principles for treating leprosy. The results from Table 1 show that in the first pretests pembrantasan was no significant difference in knowledge about leprosy between the Tabibs in the Experimental Group EG and those in the Control Group CG. They also thank all the Tabibs for agreeing to participate in this research study and for giving permission to use the data and information they gave to the study anonymously.

Furthermore, after nasiomal training, there was also a significant difference in the attitude towards leprosy between the EG and the CG of Tabib. Influence on the human condition. Villagers then tend to prejudge, from a traditional viewpoint saying that it is infectious, a curse, due to sins, and dangerous and cannot be controlled and the person concerned cannot make decisions. Methods of analysis by bivariate and multivariate analyzes. Knowledge about Leprosy The results from Table 1 show that in the first pretests there was no significant difference in knowledge about leprosy between the Tabibs in the Experimental Group EG and those in the Control Group CG.

Conflicts of Interest The authors have all declared that no conflicts of interest exist. Journal of the Brazilian Society of Tropical Medicine.