SCIENTIFIC WORK

Author
Nasrun Pakaya
Subject
- Kesehatan
Abstract
Abstract: A diabetic foot ulcer is one of the complications occurred on diabetes mellitus patients. The incident rate of diabetic foot ulcer improves each year significantly. The research was to arrange the intention of diabetic foot ulcer prevention model based on social support and personal agency perspectives. This study was included in a cross-sectional study using a questionnaire and a simple random sampling technique on 10 health centers (puskesmas). The research instrument for social support consisted of family’s support and friend’s support, personal agency consisted of perceived control and self-efficacy, and intention consisted of diet intention, consuming medicine intention, physical activity intention, foot/blood sugar controlling intention. The data analysis applied SEM-PLS software. The diabetes mellitus patients who did not have ulcer were 329. There was correlation between social support and personal agency of diabetic foot ulcer prevention by having Coefficient value for 0,68, and T value for 16,27, there was correlation between personal agency and intention to prevent the diabetic foot ulcer by having coefficient value for 0,57 and T value for 2,96, and there was correlation between social support and intention to prevent the diabetic foot ulcer by having coefficient value for -0,27 and T value for 2,08.The social support contributed highly to the intention through a personal agency, and the social support contributed directly to intention in preventing the diabetic foot ulcer. It is suggested that diabetes patients should get supports from family and friends to improve the perceived control and self-efficacy hence the intention of diabetic foot ulcer prevention can be improved. Keywords: Social Support, Personal Agency, Intention, Diabetes
Publisher
International Journal Of Public Health Researsc and Development
Contributor
Budi DN Kemenkeu
Publish
2020
Material Type
ARTIKEL
Right
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