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The Health Promotion Model of Public Health Program for Elderly

Author: ARITA MURWANI, SANTOSO, ENY LESTARI, ENDANG S. SULAEMAN
Abstract: Objective: The society health care of elderly is integral part of service health by comprehensive through promotion, preventive, curative and rehabilitative, and resocialitative efforts. The aim of society health care is to improve the ability of society to live healthy until an optimal degree of health is achieved. Method: This research was cross sectional researchby using survey method. Sample of this research was 200 elderly that was divided into 25 clinics in Sleman regency of Special Region Yogyakarta. This research was done on March up to August 2018. The data was collected then processed by using PLS SEM program. Results: The results of research show there is an influence between the health promotion and the health education with estimates =0, 753. The health education posses the elderly health behavior with value p=0,00. The health behavior (p=0,00), public policy (p=0,07), the care function of elderly (p=0,00), and elderly behavior (p=0,020) posse the independence of elderly. The elderly independence possess the elderly health quality with estimates as big as 0, 312. Conclusion: Based on the finding of the study, elderly health quality can be improved by increasing the elderly independence through the health education effort which takes effect to the health behavior and improving the facilities and infrastructure related to the health public policy, and improving the health care of society.
Keyword: care function, policy, health education, health behavior, elderly.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.31838/ijpr/2019.11.03.098
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Impact Factor for five years is 1.55 (2012 - 2016)

Year 2011 - 2015 Impact Factor - 1.46 Total Publications - 326 Total Citations - 477