Implementation Of Health Belief Models In Efforts To Prevent Covid-19

  • Muhammad Ali Sodik stikes surya mitra husada
  • Hera Aviyuni IIK Strada Indonesia
  • Mika Vernicia Humairo IIK Strada Indonesia
Keywords: HBM, Covid 19, Believe

Abstract

Background: WHO Designated COVID-19 as a health problem with a global emergency status with the highest level of alertness. Coronaviruses are a large family of viruses that cause disease in humans and animals. At the start of the pandemic The total number of COVID-19 cases in Indonesia was 248,852 confirmed. Therefore, the number infected with COVID-19 will continue to grow.

Aim: Adherence to preventive health standards and behaviors in the community is very important to better control disease and be able to know preventive health behaviors from COVID-19 based on the Health Belief Model component in the community.

Method: This research design uses observational analytic with cross sectional approach. The study was conducted online due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Respondents were collected by accidental sampling by distributing questionnaires in the Kediri community. Multivariariate analysis using the Ordinal Regression Test.

Result: This research found that there is an effort of COVID-19 prevention with the Perceived Saverity value =0,00, the Perceived Benefits value =0,004 and the Cues To Action value = 0,000 where as those that have no effect in efforts to prevent COVID-19 are the Perceived Susceptibility value = 0,268, the Perceived Barries value =0,606 and the perception of Self Efficacy value = 0.0684.

Conclusion: Can concluded that there an effect of the theory health belief model on efforts to prevent COVID-19. From the results, there are 3 components that influence, Perceived Saverity, Perceived Benefits,Cues To Action. Meanwhile there are 3 components have no effect, Perceived  Susceptibility,Perceived Barries, Self Efficacy

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Published
2021-12-22
How to Cite
Sodik, M. A., Hera Aviyuni, & Mika Vernicia Humairo. (2021). Implementation Of Health Belief Models In Efforts To Prevent Covid-19. Journal of Global Research in Public Health, 6(2), 98-102. https://doi.org/10.30994/jgrph.v6i2.327
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