KEYAKINAN DIRI REMAJA BERBASIS HEALTH BELIEF MODEL TERHADAP VAKSINASI COVID-19 SETELAH EDUKASI DENGAN MEDIA BUKU SAKU INFOVAKSIN ELEKTRONIK
TEENAGERS' SELF EFFICACY BASED ON HEALTH BELIEF MODEL AFTER VACCINATION COVID-19 EDUCATION WITH POCKETS INFOVAKSIN ELECTRONIC MEDIA BOOKS
Abstract: A covid-19 vaccination is a preventive measure by putting in biological products containing antigens when given to a person will result in active immunity to covid-19. The purpose of this study is to know the self-confidence of a health-based youth model on vaccination covid-19 after the education with the media of the electronic infovaccine pocketbook. The research design used was a pre-experimental one group pretest-posttest design with a population of all students of class XII MAN Blitar City, totaling 324 students who met the inclusion criteria. The sampling technique used was purposive sampling, with a sample size of 33 teenagers. Data were analyzed using the Paired Sample T Test with an error rate of a <0.05. The results of measuring self-confidence are 55% sure (pretest) and 82% confident (posttest) with an average self-confidence value of 57 (pretest) and 67 (posttest). The results of the statistic test have found a value of p = 0,000, which means that education using the media's electronic infovaccine pocket book influence the self-confidence based health model of vaccination covid-19. It is hoped that health educators and health-care programs apply to electronic book media, followed by the process of group discussion and individual task to discuss Covid-19 prevention and control materials to change the teen's view and confidence to initiate a Covid-19 vaccination.
Keywords: education, electronic books, teenagers, vaccination covid-19