MASYARAKAT AKTIF BERPERAN MEMPERSIAPKAN DESA ADAPTIF DIABETES

Cornelia D.Y Nekada, Desty Ervira Puspaningtyas, Adi Sucipto, Puspita Mardika Sari, Ametkabal K. Luturmas

Abstract


Pilar penanganan diabetes mellitus (DM) salah satunya adalah pendidikan kesehatan. Masyarakat merupakan sasaran utama dalam pemberian pendidikan kesehatan. Materi pendidikan kesehatan yang dapat diberikan antara lain pengertian DM, komplikasi dan prognosa DM, penggelolaan pasien DM (pilar penanganan DM) dan pengelolaan diet DM, pengertian carbing (carbohidrat caunting), SMBG (Self Monitoring Blood Glucos) dan pelatihan mengambil GDS dengan glukometri. Prinsip kegiatan pendidikan kesehatan adalah memberikan informasi kepada masyarakat. Masyarakat yang mengikuti kegiatan antara lain kader kesehatan, warga pengidap DM dan keluarga dengan pengidap DM. Peran serta aktif dari kader kesehatan dan keluarga pengidap DM, diharapkan dapat menciptakan dan meningkatkan status kesehatan masyarakat. Hasil pengkajian tim pengabdi menunjukkan bahwa kader kesehatan, warga pengidap DM, dan keluarga pengidap DM di Padukuhan Sawahan Kidul, Desa Wedomartani belum pernah mendapatkan pendidikan kesehatan tentang mengelola pasien DM. Tujuan dari penelitian ini untuk enganalisa hubungan karakteristik dengan tingkat pengetahuan setelah diberikan pendidikan kesehatan. Penelitian kuantitatif dengan metode uji coba semu, yaitu memberikan pendidikan kesehatan kepada responden. Teknik pengambilan sample menggunakan total sampling, dengan jumlah responden 23 orang. Analisa yang digunakan adalah uji Gamma. Hasil dari penelitian bahwa terdapat hubungan antara pekerjaan dan pendidikan terakhir dengan tingkat pengetahuan setelah dilakukan tindakan pendidikan kesehatan. Tidak ada hubungan antara jenis kelamin dan pengetahuan setelah dilakukan tindakan pendidikan kesehatan.

Keywords


Adaptif; Aktif; Desa; Diabetes; Masyarakat

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