Bhisma Murti

Bhisma Murti
Universitas Sebelas Maret | UNS · Masters Program in Public Health

Professor, MD, MPH, MSc, PhD

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Publications (621)
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Quality of life is a multidimensional concept that is developed and covers aspects of economic welfare, characteristics, society, and health status. Many factors can affect the quality of life of children. Parents are the basis for the formation of quality in children and as a means of adapting to the environment. However, the parent has a unique a...
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Introduction: Genital hygiene is an important part of women’s health and is essential for protecting reproductive health. Women adopt many genital hygiene behaviors, which will have direct and indirect effects on genitals and possible sexually transmitted infections. This systematic literature review aimed to know the types of genital hygiene behav...
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Introduction: Genital hygiene is an important part of women’s health and is essential for protecting reproductive health. Women adopt many genital hygiene behaviors, which will have direct and indirect effects on genitals and possible sexually transmitted infections. This systematic literature review aimed to know the types of genital hygiene behav...
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Objectives: Depression is a frequent complication of type 2 diabetes mellitus. This study aimed to investigate the relationship between low social support and risk for depression in people with type 2 diabetes through a meta-analysis. Methods: PubMed, ProQuest, SpringerLink, ScienceDirect, Scopus, the Cochrane Library, Embase, and Google Scholar...
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Quality of life (QoL) is a broader concept than merely measuring morbidity and mortality. The quality of life of the child is an important factor in determining the human resources (HR) in the future and requires serious attention. District worthy of children is a comprehensive structure based on the study that PRECEDE-PROCEED model principle to as...
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People Living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHA's) quality of life (QoL) is determined by the lifetime treatment sustainability. Republic of Indonesia Minister of Health's Decree Number 328 of 2003 stated that government subsidies the PLWHA's medication and treatment, despite not covering entire medication and treatment cost. The objective of research was to an...
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People with mental disorders will experience a relapse even after 1 month of getting treatment or care from a health facility. The high recurrence rate can cause a decrease in quality of life. Efforts to prevent recurrence by involving family caregivers and reducing stigma from the community. This study aims to analyze the relationship between the...
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Objectives: The diabetes self-management education (DSME) program is one of the strategies to maintain healthy behaviors. Nevertheless, limited evidence has been systematically evaluated about DSME integrated with peer support's effect on glycemic control. This study aimed to review the effectiveness of DSME interventions integrated with peer supp...
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Nutritional problems are issues that affect individuals or communities as a result of poor diets that lack essential nutrients. At the age of fifteen months, nearly one-third of children in developing countries are malnourished, with the majority of them being the proportion of children with height for age below standard derivations (stunting), the...
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In Ponorogo, there are three risk factors for metabolic syndrome higher than national numbers that are 74% of physical inactivity with 26.1 % of national number, 46.9% of hypertension risk with 26.6% of national number, and 40.6% of weight with 28.9% of national number (Rosjidi et al., 2015). This research aimed at finding out the effects of indivi...
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Background: Anemia in pregnant women is one of the global health problems experienced by developed or developing countries affecting 1.62 billion world population, which corresponds to 24.8% of the population in the world. Anemia is a serious problem for maternal health because it is one of the five problems that becomes the target of solving the W...
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Background: Child development problems are problems that need attention. A child can experience developmental delays in one or more developmental domains. It usually occurs in infants who born prematurely. In Indonesia, data from the Ministry of Health states that there are 675,700 premature infants in Indonesia. This study aimed to examine the eff...
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Background: Anemia is a major nutritional problem worldwide. In 2018, at least 1.62 billion people were affected by anemia, and 33% were school children. Anemia in female adolescents contributes to high rates of maternal and infant mortality. This study aims to analyze the determinants of anemia among female adolescent at the individual level and a...