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IJPR 9[3] July - September 2017 Special Issue

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The Effect of Health Education with “Numbered Head Together” and Demonstration Methods on Menstrual Hygiene Behavior in Adolescent Islamic Boarding School

Author: ESTI YUNITASARI, KIFAYATUS SA’ADAH, SYLVIA DWI WAHYUNI, HARMAYETTY HARMAYETTY
Abstract: The practice of menstrual hygiene in adolescent Islamic boarding schools is not optimal and tends to be less. Therefore, it needs intervention to improve the practice of proper menstrual hygiene. This study aimed to explain the effect of health education on the “numbered head together” method and demonstration of menstrual hygiene behavior in adolescent Islamic boarding schools. The study design was quasi experimental with one intervention group and one control group. The population in this study were students from two Islamic Boarding Schools. The sampling technique used a purposive sampling, which consisted of 27 intervention respondents and 27 control respondents. The instrument of this study used a menstrual hygiene questionnaire. The independent variables were “numbered head together” method and demonstration. Dependent variables were knowledge, attitude, and action. Data analysis in this study used the Wilcoxon Signed Rank Test and Mann Whitney test with a significance level of a <0.05. The finding showed that health education “numbered head together” method and demonstration increase respondent's knowledge (p=0.000), improve respondent's attitudes (p=0.000), and increase respondent's actions (p = 0,000). There were differences in the mean between the intervention group and the control group with the results of significance on knowledge (p=0.000), attitude (p=0.000), and action (p=0.000). There were effects of health education with “Numbered Head Together” method and demonstration in respondent’s knowledge, attitude, and action.
Keyword: action, adolescent, attitude, demonstration, health education, knowledge behavior, menstrual hygiene, numbered head together
DOI: https://doi.org/10.31838/ijpr/2020.12.04.244
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