annif munjidah

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Keperawatan dan Kebidanan
Universitas Nahdlatul Ulama Surabaya



                                   

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RESEARCH INTERESTS

Maternal and child health

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Scopus Publications

Scopus Publications

  • The effect of nutritional education using cognitive approaches and psychomotor approaches on fruit and vegetable consumption behavior in children
    Fritria Dwi Anggraini, Fauziyatun Nisa, Siti Nur Hasina, and Annif Munjidah

    Open Access Macedonian Journal of Medical Sciences, eISSN: 18579655, Pages: 1161-1165, Published: 10 January 2021 Scientific Foundation SPIROSKI
    BACKGROUND: One of the problems related to eating behavior in children less than 5 years is the lack of consumption of fruits and vegetables. With this problem, an approach is needed to better consume it. AIM: This study aims to determine the effect of nutritional education using cognitive approaches (using illustrated storybooks and puppet shows) and psychomotor approaches (using puzzle and fruit and vegetable cards) on fruit and vegetable consumption behavior in children in the An-Nur Surabaya Kindergarten. METHODS: This study used a quasi-experimental study with a pre- and post-test group. The population is 48 respondents. Sampling uses the Probability sampling method with simple random sampling. The independent variable was nutrition education using media illustrated storybooks media, puppet shows, puzzles, and fruit and vegetable cards, meanwhile the dependent variable is consumption behavior of fruits and vegetables. The intervention was carried out 4 times. FFQ form was used to assess fruit and vegetables consumption behavior. RESULTS: The results showed that the average consumption of fruits and vegetables before the intervention was 168 g or equivalent to 1 portion, and the average after intervention was 304 g or equivalent to 3 servings. There is a significant influence (p = 0.000) on fruit and vegetable consumption through nutritional education. CONCLUSION: Nutritional education using media should be accompanied by a commitment to increase children’s motivation in eating fruits and vegetables.

  • The effects of tui na massage on the growth status of children under five years of age with KMS T status (Low weight gain)
    Annif Munjidah and Fitria Dwi Anggraini

    Journal of Public Health in Africa, ISSN: 20389922, eISSN: 20389930, Pages: 127-130, Published: 31 October 2019 PAGEPress Publications
    Nutritional problem in urban area is generally caused by food absorption disorder which can be treated by Tui Na massage. This article was aimed to investigate the effect of Tui Na massage on the growth status of children less than five years of age with KMS T status (low weight gain in Indonesia medical record). This quasiexperimental study was conducted by implementing pre-and-posttest design with control group. This study involved 26 children less than five years of age with KMS T as research samples chosen by simple random sampling technique. The results of analysis using paired t-test on the effect before and after Tui Na massage showed p=0.019 < α=0.05, while independent t-test in control and treatment group obtained p=0.065 > α=0.05. It shows that Tui Na massage affects the growth status of children under five years of age. Based on those results, midwives are expected to be able to perform Tui Na massage as an effort to develop the growth status of children under five years of age.

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