HEALTH PROMOTION MODEL: PEER HEALTH EDUCATION TOWARD DECREASING RISK OF DIABETES MELLITUS TYPE II

  • ATTI YUDIERNAWATI Malang State Health Polytechnic, Ministry of Health, Malang, East Java, Indonesia.

Abstract

Objective: The increased number of Diabetes Mellitus (DM) disease over years, we suggest the effort to make primary prevention in community groups. Peer Health Education (PHE) can be used as a method for promoting health in these community groups. Through PHE, it is expected that community groups that have the risk of DM disease can improve knowledge about healthy lifestyle behavior and conduct behavior change to achieve optimal health degree and avoid DM disease. The objectives of the research are to analyze knowledge of cadre before and after education, to analyze knowledge of housewife before and after education, and to analyze the risk of DM before and after education using PHE.


Methods: The research design used queasy experiments, the number of research subjects is 119 people. Data was analyzed using the Wilcoxon test.


Results: The result of research showed that there was a difference of knowledge of cadre before and after education, there was a difference of knowledge of housewife before and after education, and there was a decrease of DM risk factor before and after education using PHE model.


Conclusion: Health promotion model is effective in reducing the risk factor of DM type II through food management and exercise to decrease body mass index and abdominal circumference. Suggestions for health agencies always provide efforts and training to generate cadre motivation and encourage cadres to always be positive toward the risk of health problems in the main community against the prevention of non-communicable diseases (DM).

Keywords: Health promotion model, Peer health education, Diabetes mellitus.

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ATTI YUDIERNAWATI. (2019). HEALTH PROMOTION MODEL: PEER HEALTH EDUCATION TOWARD DECREASING RISK OF DIABETES MELLITUS TYPE II. Innovare Journal of Health Sciences, 7(2), 1-3. Retrieved from https://innovareacademics.in/journals/index.php/ijhs/article/view/32043
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