Extension of Iron Nutrition Anemia Using Media Booklets to Increase Knowledge and Attitudes of Students of SMAN 7 Malang

  • Hibatullah Imanuna Poltekkes Malang
  • Hasan Aroni Poltekkes Malang
  • Ibnu Fajar Poltekkes Malang

Abstract

One of the causes of anemia in young women is the lack of knowledge of of anemia in young women. Objective: The purpose of this study was to conduct iron nutrition anemia counseling with booklet media to increase the knowledge and attitudes of female students of SMAN 7 Malang. Design: This type of research is quasy experiment with the research of two group pre-post test design. The research was conducted in December 2019. The sample group was selected using purposive sampling and the sample was 24 people divided into control groups and treatment groups. Results: The results showed that the media booklet of  "Happy Healthy Anemia Young Women" was suitable to be used as an iron nutrition anemia education media for adolescents. Counseling with lecture and counseling methods with the lecture method using booklet media can improve student knowledge and attitudes regarding iron nutrition anemia. This is because the respondents have received information where previously the respondents did not know the information about iron nutrition anemia. The results of the analysis showed a significant difference in the increase in knowledge (p = 0.017) and attitude (p = 0,000) between counseling with the lecture method and counseling with lecture methods and booklet media. Conclusions: Counseling with booklet media was 8% superior compared to counseling with the lecture method for increasing knowledge and 8% in improving attitudes.

Published
2020-06-15
How to Cite
IMANUNA, Hibatullah; ARONI, Hasan; FAJAR, Ibnu. Extension of Iron Nutrition Anemia Using Media Booklets to Increase Knowledge and Attitudes of Students of SMAN 7 Malang. JURNAL NUTRITURE, [S.l.], v. 1, n. 1, p. 1-8, june 2020. Available at: <http://ojs.poltekkes-malang.ac.id/index.php/Nutriture/article/view/1079>. Date accessed: 10 aug. 2020.
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