The Southeast Asian Journal of Midwifery <p>&nbsp;</p> <div id="__zsc_once"> <p>SEAJoM contains writings that discuss scientific studies about midwifery sciences, midwifery education and&nbsp; midwifery practices.<br>Scientific writings published in the SEAJoM can be either research articles, the article conceptual theory/research/methodology, secondary data analysis/review. All of the published manuscript had passed the stage of early selection, review and editing.</p> <p>SEAJoM published online (Online Journal System) and&nbsp; it is printed by AIPKIND.</p> </div> Asosiasi Pendidikan Kebidanan Indonesia en-US The Southeast Asian Journal of Midwifery 2476-9738 HUBUNGAN ANTARA OPTIMISME DAN SELF-ESTEEM PADA MAHASISWA PROGRAM DIPLOMA III KEBIDANAN <p><em>This research was conducted to investigate the correlation between optimism and self-esteem in midwifery college students, diploma III program. Sample from this study are midwifery college students, diploma III program who are in the region DKI Jakarta, West Java, Banten and West Sumatera. Overall, 571 midwefery student was participated in this research by filling out the questionnaire optimism and self-esteem. Optimism was measured by Life Orientation Test-Revised (LOT-R) constructed by Scheier, Carver dan Bridges (1994), while self-esteem was measured by Rosenberg’s Self-esteem Scale (RSE) constructed by Rosenberg (1965). The result show that there is a significant positive relationship between optimism and self-esteem (r = 0.378, p = 0.000). Implication of this study is, the result can be considered in designing an intervention program, in order to increase candidates midwife’s internal quality in Indonesia.</em></p> Asiah Musthofawi ##submission.copyrightStatement## 2019-04-10 2019-04-10 5 1 1 12 RELATION OF KNOWLEDGE ABOUT BREAST CANCER WITH BREAST SELF EXAMINATION (BSE) BEHAVIOR IMPLEMENTATION ON CHILDBEARING AGE WOMEN IN BANDUNG <p>Breast cancer is a serious threat for women all over the world including Indonesia. Self Breast-Examination (BSE) is one of important early detection efforts in reducing morbidity and mortality due to breast cancer. The implementation of BSE as a behavior is influenced by many factors, including knowledge. This study aims was to analyze the relation of knowledge about breast cancer with the behavior of BSE implementation on childbearing age women at Bandung, West Java.</p> <p>Cross-sectional design was used with 420 respondents. Women over the age of 20 were randomly selected to participate in this study. Questionnaire was used as data collection instrument. Data was analyzed by using Chi-Square with statistical significance level at p &lt;0.05. The results showed that 56.2% of respondents had good knowledge about breast cancer and 43.8% were still at low level, while the implementation of BSE was also still low at 39% (IK 95%: 34, 5% -43.8%). There was significant relation between knowledge about breast cancer and the behavior of BSE implementation on childbearing age women in Bandung (p &lt;0.001).</p> Chris Sriyanti ##submission.copyrightStatement## 2019-04-10 2019-04-10 5 1 13 17 PERBANDINGAN PENGETAHUAN REMAJA TENTANG DAMPAK KEHAMILAN PADA REMAJA SEBELUM DAN SESUDAH DIBERIKAN PENDIDIKAN KESEHATAN REPRODUKSI MELALUI MEDIA VIDEO <p><em>A wide range of sexual and reproductive health problems occur among adolescents. The issue is high on teenage pregnancy on nowadays are teenagers. Based on studies of teenage pregnancies in Sumedang-related parenting parents, the influence of friends and dating, as well as media exposure information. This study aims to compare the knowledge of teenagers before and after the given health education about the impact of pregnancy on teens through the medium of video.</em></p> <p><em>The methods used in this research was quasi experimental research method with the concept of one group pre test and post test design. Development by way of doing a one time measurement before and after health education was given. Sampling is done using a stratified random sampling technique. The number of samples that used as many as 52 respondents ages 17-19 years as a schoolgirl SMAN Jatinangor. Instrument research using questionnaires with retrieving the data directly. This research using univariate analysis and bivariat with kolmogorov-smirnov test for normality and Wilcoxon test. Research time on July 28, 2016.</em></p> <p><em>The results of this research is that before health education 71.2% of respondents knowledgeable enough and after health education changed to 94.2% respondents have knowledge well. There is a difference of knowledge teenagers before and after health education is provided through video on the impacts of teenage pregnancies with p value 0.000.&nbsp;&nbsp; Summary of the research is given after the teenager's knowledge of health education through the medium of video is higher than before given health education through the medium of video.</em></p> Firda Thursyana Puspa Sari Merry Wijaya ##submission.copyrightStatement## 2019-04-10 2019-04-10 5 1 18 25 PRESEPSI IBU TENTANG ASUHAN BALITA OLEH MAHASISWA TINGKAT III DALAM PROGRAM MITRA KELUARGA <p>Sustainable midwifery services, focusing on the aspects of prevention, health promotion and empowerment based on partnerships with the community. The role and function of the midwives of which gives the orphanage on toddlers. The purpose of this research is to know the presepsi of satisfaction towards the care of mothers on toddlers given student level III as a partner of the family. Our satisfaction patients based on reliability, responsiveness, assurance, empathy and physical evidence.</p> <p>This research is quantitative research descriptive research method with the pontong approach of latitude, the population in this research is to foster family found a toddler in the village of Cikeruh and the villages of Cipacing, sampling in the This research uses the technique of total sampling samples used are 46 mother foster family. Data collection is done using primary data and distribute questionnaires.The Research results obtained from 46 mother of our satisfaction in giving care is 52.2% 47.8% feel satisfied and not satisfied against the care given to toddlers. Based on the characteristics of mothers with primary education being satisfied as much as 53.8%, 20-35-year-old mother was satisfied 83.3% and mothers who are not working as much satisfied 95.8%. Our satisfaction about the physical evidence 60.9% were satisfied and about the response of 58.7% were satisfied, regarding the reliability of 58.7% were satisfied, about empathy 52.2% were satisfied and about 52.2% satisfied guarantee. Conclusions on the research of family foster mother that our satisfaction satisfied against the orphanage toddler as much as 52.2%. That's already been given appropriate and expected by the mother.</p> Ranti Febriyani Sri Astuti R. Tina Dewi Judistiani Sefita Aryuti Nirmala ##submission.copyrightStatement## 2019-04-10 2019-04-10 5 1 26 33 KNOWLEDGE OF MIDWIVES ON IUD COUNSELING <p>The evaluation of IUD contraceptive services is still lack of quality until now. Many IUD&nbsp; acceptors choose to stop use contraception because they don't accept side effects such as bleeding, and fear of interfering with sexual intercourse. Adequate information from professional health personnel, in the form of counseling, is a very important step in helping women choose the best contraceptive method and according to their needs. The purpose of this study was to determine the relationship between education level and work period of midwives to the knowledge of midwives about IUD counseling.</p> <p>The research method uses a quantitative approach with a crossectional design. The number of respondents was 124 midwives Public Health Center in Bandung. The sampling technique uses consecutive sampling. Measurement of IUD counseling knowledge using a questionnaire that has been tested for validity and reliability using the Rasch Model with alpha chron-bach 0.87 (Good). Data were analyzed using SPSS 20 chi-square.</p> <p>The results of the study found that almost all of the 96% of respondents were lack of knowledge about counseling IUDs. The chi-square analysis results did not have a significant relationship between the level of education and knowledge of IUD counseling p = 0.548 (&gt; 0.05). There is no significant relationship between the period of work with knowledge of IUD counseling p = 0.081 (&gt; 0.05).</p> <p>Communication and counseling have been included in the Midwifery Diploma III education curriculum, but the level of education does not have a significant relationship to the knowledge of midwives about IUD counseling. This shows that the learning process in educational institutions has not been able to produce midwives who have knowledge of IUD counseling as expected.</p> Ferina Ferina Benny Hasan Purwara Elsa Pudji Setiawati Hadi Susiarno Muniroh Abdurrahman Hadyana Sukandar ##submission.copyrightStatement## 2019-04-10 2019-04-10 5 1 34 38 PERBANDINGAN FAKTOR-FAKTOR YANG MEMPENGARUHI PENGETAHUAN TENTANG ASI EKSLUSIF ANTARA IBU YANG MELAHIRKAN DI BPM DENGAN PUSKESMAS <p>Mother's knowledge is one factor in the success of exclusive breastfeeding. Research in Ghana (2008), 1.3 million infant deaths can be prevented by the provision of breast milk (ASI) in infants from the first day of birth until under the age of 5 years. If breastfeeding starts in the first 1 hour after birth, This figure rises to 22% from 16%,. This study aims to determine the differences in knowledge about Exclusive Breastfeeding and the factors that influence it in post partum mothers in BPM with Puskesmas in the East Jakarta area. Research Design: Observational analytic study with the approach used is cross sectional. The results showed that there were significant differences (P = 0.001) between the place of labor and the knowledge of nursing mothers. Mothers who gave birth at the Good Knowledge Midwife Practice (PMB) were 78.6%, while those in the Puskesmas were only 38.5%. Characteristics of respondents related to knowledge of post partum mothers about breastfeeding were Education (P 0.01), Economy, (P 0.000) and ethnicity (P 0.019). Factors-education, economy and ethnicity influence mother's knowledge about exclusive breastfeeding. Place of birth in the Independent Practice Midwives have the opportunity to increase knowledge of exclusive breastfeeding 3 times compared to the knowledge of mothers who give birth at the Puskesmas after controlled by the Education variable.</p> Heriza Syam Jehanara Jehanara Nurdjasmi Nurdjasmi ##submission.copyrightStatement## 2019-04-10 2019-04-10 5 1 39 43 FAKTOR-FAKTOR YANG BERHUBUNGAN DENGAN PENGETAHUAN KESEHATAN REPRODUKSI REMAJA TUNANETRA DI SALAH SATU PANTI SOSIAL JAKARTA TIMUR <p>Blind people are also classified according to the time of intimacy. Like blind people from birth or visually impaired at a certain age. This is related to their experience of seeing and allowing them to facilitate learning. Providing information about reproductive health in blind teenagers is still an in-depth study of the effectiveness and process of giving. This study aims to determine the level of knowledge of blind teenagers about reproductive health and whether there is a relationship between the status of disability and the reproduction class that has been run by the social institution.</p> <p>This study uses a cross sectional approach with univariate and bivariate analysis methods. The sample of this study was 40 adolescents between the ages of 10-19 years who were disabled in terms of the blind.</p> <p>The results showed that the majority of respondents had good knowledge (52.5%), when the occurrence of disability in teenagers mostly occurred less than the age of 5 as many as 23 people (57.5%), the participation of adolescents in reproductive health classes was 20 respondent (50%). The results of the bivariate analysis showed that there was no significant relationship between the time of use and the respondents' knowledge about reproductive health (P value 0.491). There is a significant relationship between participation in the reproduction class and the respondents' knowledge about reproduction.</p> Satryana Devy Pamungkas Debbiyantina Debbiyantina Ani kusumastuti Winancy Winancy ##submission.copyrightStatement## 2019-04-10 2019-04-10 5 1 44 49