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International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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ISSN 2277-8616

The Effect of Pocket Book Promotion Media on Student Knowledge about Risk of Non-Infectious Disease (NID)

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Ahmad Ahmad, Suhartini Suhartini



Pocket Book, Promotion Media, Non-infectious Disease (NID).



Non-Infectious Disease (NID) have become a major public health problem because they add to the economic and social burdens of families and communities. The use of appropriate promotional media is one of the factors in the success of achieving health promotion goals. The purpose of this study is to know the effect of Pocket Book promotion media on students' knowledge about the risks of NID and their prevention efforts. The research design used was quasi experiment. The population in this study were high school students in Banten Province, Indonesia. Samples were taken from different classes. One class was given health promotion by lecturing methods and giving leaflets (Control class) and one class was given health promotion by lecturing methods and giving pocket books (experiment class). Data were analyzed using computer devices with dependent T test in each group and independent T test in the treatment and control groups. The results showed that the average value of students' knowledge about NID in the Treatment group, the first measurement was 51.53, the second measurement 74.17 The results of statistical tests showed that there were significant differences between the mean values of student knowledge in the first measurement and second. In the first measurement control group 58.03 6. Second measurement 67.58. The results of the statistical test showed that there was a significant difference between the average value of student knowledge in the first and second measurements. The average value of students' knowledge about NID in the Treatment group 74.17 Whereas for the control group 67.58 The results of statistical tests showed that there were significant differences in the average value of knowledge of students in the treatment group with pocket books with control groups with giving leaflets.



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