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Science Research

SEMINAR

FACTORS THAT INFLUENCE
PEOPLE TO DEFINE
MEDICINAL SELECTION

Background
• Large number of sick people not
using Health facilities (including the
doctor)
• Fear, malpractice, trust crisis
patient’s satisfactory
• Expensive, unaccesible

Research’s Aim To know the factors that influence people to define medicinal selection on Kelurahan Gowongan Kecamatan Jetis Yogyakarta .

1981) • A state of complete physical. mental and social wellbeing ( WHO. mental and social wellbeing that enable each person lives productive social and economical ( UU Kesehatan No.23/1992) . 1996) • A complete physical.Definition of Health • A state of complete physical. mental and social wellbeing. not only the absence of disease or disablement (Dorland.

Definition of Sickness A condition which occur in a person that caused their health parameter changes over the normal limits (Abrams. 1995) .

health seeking behavior. 2003) • Disease and Illness Behavior: health promotion behavior. health rehabilitation behavior • Health Service System Behavior • Nutrition Behavior • Health Environment Behavior . health prevention behavior.Health Behavior : ( Notoadmodjo.

1979) • Health Behavior • Illness Behavior • The Role Sick Behavior .Health Behavior : ( Becker.

Behavioral Theory from Green Predisposing Factor Enabling Factor Reinforcing Factor Health Behavior .

Behavioral Theory from Anderson Predisposing Factor Enabling Factor Need Factor Health Service Use .

Research’s Frame-Concept Independent Variables Predisposing Factor • Education • Perception Enabling Factor • Distance • Occupation • Economy Status • Information Need Factor • Need of Medication Dependent Variable Medicinal Selection .

enabling factor and need factor influence medicinal selection • Among predisposing factor.Hypothesis • The variables on predisposing factor. enabling factor and need factor . need factor has the strongest influence on medicinal selection .

Research’s Methodology • Non-experimental • Cross Sectional • Quantitative Population and Sample • Inhabitants of Kelurahan Gowongan • 20 – 45 Years Old .

occupation. distance. need of medication • Dependent : Medicinal Selection . economy status. perception.Research’s Variables : • Independent : Education. information.

multiple regression . regression and correlation • Multivariate analysis.0 • Bivariate analysis.Research’s Instrument : • Questioner with 32 question item Data Analysis • SPSS PC 12.

5 %).5 %).6 %) .8 %) trader 45 respondents (12 %). farmer 35 respondents (9.3 %).Results • Number of respondents : 375 • Education : middle range 255 respondents (68 %). wealthy-enough 150 respondents (40 %).5 %). near 90 respondents (24 %) • Occupation : entrepreneur 125 respondents (33.5 %). not/not yet work 48 respondents (12. upper range 65 respondents (17. far 133 respondents (35.7 %) • Distance : medium 152 respondents (40. private 88 respondents (23.3 %).7 %) • Ekonomy Status : Wealthy 151 respondents (40. lower range 55 respondents (14.3 %). less-wealthy 74 respondents (19. others 6 respondents ( 1.3 %). PNS 28 respondents ( 7.

Analysis Bivariate Analysis Linear Regression To find out is there any relation or not between independent variables and dependent variable Variables that has been proven related : • Education • Distance • Economy Status • Need of medication .

Spearman’s Correlation To know the closeness and the significance of relationship • Education : significant. very high correlation . very low correlation • Distance : significant . very low correlation • Economy Status : significant. high correlation • Need of medication : significant.

Multivariate Analysis Multiple regression Variables that has been proven related one another : • Education • Distance • Need of Medication .

Conclusion z z z There is a significant correlation among education. distance. economy status and need of medication toward medicinal selection The higher level of education and economy status. the lesser intensity to go to the doctor . the higher intensity to go to the doctor The farther distance of the residence from the doctor’s clinic.

z z z Need of medication has a high contribution on medicinal selection Need of medication is the most infleuntial factor of medicinal selection There is no significant correlation among perception. occupation and information toward medicinal selection .

Suggestion If there any similar research.up on respondent’s characteristics. so that the result of the research could be more represent and better from the research overdue . should have been done a follow.

Syaefudin Ali Akhmad in the capacity of colleague guiding-lecture .Kes in the capacity of prime guiding-lecture • dr.Author would like to be grateful to : • drg. H. Punik Mumpuni W. M.

Arif Wicaksono 01 711 077 .Wassalamualaikum wr wb Author.