Jurnal Layanan Masyarakat (Journal of Public Services) https://e-journal.unair.ac.id/jlm <strong>Jurnal Layanan Masyarakat (Journal of Public Service) </strong><a href="http://u.lipi.go.id/1499926438" target="_blank">(p-ISSN: 2580-8680</a> , <a href="http://u.lipi.go.id/1583741359" target="_blank">e-ISSN: 2722-239X</a>) is a scientific journal that publishes articles of community service from the application of various scientific disciplines. The purpose of this journal publication is to disseminate the results of community service activities that have been achieved in the field of community service. 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Nilzam Aly) journal@lppm.unair.ac.id (Septy Wahyu Triana) Tue, 05 Apr 2022 03:00:33 +0000 OJS http://blogs.law.harvard.edu/tech/rss 60 STRENGTHENING CADRES CAPABILITIES IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF TODDLERS HEALTHY SNACK ON HIGH PROTEIN LOCAL MIXED FLOUR PRODUCTS IN ACCELERATION OF STUNTING MANAGEMENT IN TULUNGAGUNG https://e-journal.unair.ac.id/jlm/article/view/34700 <p align="center"><strong><em>ABSTRACT</em></strong></p><p><em>Stunting in Tulungagung Regency is still a serious threat to the health of infants and toddlers. The Covid-19 pandemic has hampered posyandu activities as health service facilities in the community. Strengthening the knowledge and skills of posyandu cadres is very important, because posyandu cadres are educational agents who are directly related to mothers of toddlers. This community service aims to increase the role of posyandu cadres in an effort to reduce stunting through the development of healthy snack innovations from high-protein flour products. There were three methods, namely counseling, training and mentoring. Counseling on stunting and the use of local food, training on making healthy snacks based on high-protein mixed flour, as well as mentoring participants in the development and innovation of healthy snacks based on high-protein mixed flour. The community service program was carried out in a hybrid manner, namely online and offline in the work area of the Pakel Health Center, with a total of 50 participants. The counseling was carried out using visual power point media, training with demonstrations of making healthy snacks, and mentoring which contained direct practice of making healthy snacks independently for two weeks after the counseling and training activities were carried out. The result shows that community service in the form of counseling has an impact on increasing the knowledge of Posyandu cadres at Pakel Health Center, by 4,5%. Training and assistance in making healthy snacks can also be practiced independently by cadres and mothers of toddlers as evidenced by the success and emergence of various menus. In conclusion, the counseling, training, and assistance provided were able to increase the creativity of posyandu cadres and mothers of toddlers in creating healthy snacks based on high-protein mixed flour as an acceleration of stunting prevention.</em></p><p> </p><p align="center"> </p><p> </p> Annis Catur Adi, Fathrizqita Aghnia Raudhany, Wizara Salisa, Fariani Syahrul, Mahmud Aditya Rifqi Copyright (c) 2022 Annis Catur Adi, Fathrizqita Aghnia Raudhany, Wizara Salisa, Fariani Syahrul, Mahmud Aditya Rifqi http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 https://e-journal.unair.ac.id/jlm/article/view/34700 Wed, 30 Mar 2022 00:00:00 +0000 ATTEMPTS TO IMPROVE HOSPITAL PREPAREDNESS IN DEALING WITH THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC https://e-journal.unair.ac.id/jlm/article/view/34708 <p><em>The rapid development of the corona virus has caused many positive cases to be confirmed both globally and nationally. The development of COVID-19 cases that continues to grow requires every hospital to always strive to improve hospital preparedness. One of the tools that can be used to improve hospital preparedness is the Rapid Hospital Readiness Checklist developed by WHO. Based on the background of this community service activity, it aims to assist hospitals in conducting self-assessment through the development of applications related to hospital preparedness in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic. This community service method is divided into two, namely, Focus Group Discussion (FGD) which aims to obtain information needed for application development and socialization which aims to practice application use. The presence of this application was welcomed by hospitals and related service units because it can help make it easier to fill out a checklist related to hospital preparedness. So with this application, it is hoped that it can help hospitals and stakeholders in efforts to improve hospital preparedness.</em></p> Inge Dhamanti, Ida Nurhaida, Taufik Rachman, Rosediani Muhamad Copyright (c) 2022 Inge Dhamanti, Ida Nurhaida, Taufik Rachman, Rosediani Muhamad http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 https://e-journal.unair.ac.id/jlm/article/view/34708 Wed, 30 Mar 2022 00:00:00 +0000 LITERACY ASSUMPTION OF BLINDNESS AFTER TOOTH EXTRACTION IN THE CONTEXT OF COMMUNITY SERVICE https://e-journal.unair.ac.id/jlm/article/view/34709 <p><em>Anxiety is a normal response that often occurs and is experienced by everyone when faced with something that is considered threatening, anxiety can affect a person's behavior. One form of anxiety that is often found in society is dental anxiety. Dental anxiety is a tendency to feel afraid and anxious about dental and oral care. This anxiety does not only occur in pediatric patients, even adult patients also experience dental anxiety. One form of anxiety in dental and oral health care and the most common anxiety is tooth extraction, a growing belief in society that pulling teeth, especially in the maxillary teeth, can affect eye health and can even cause blindness. The myth that developed regarding blindness can occur as a result of the disconnection of the eye nerve when the tooth is being extracted, it could also be due to anesthetic fluid entering through the eye nerve. In fact, if we look at the facts and research, the optic nerve is not related to the dental nerve because there is no direct relationship between the eye nerve and the dental nerve, so it is necessary to educate the public that extraction cannot cause blindness after extraction. The solutions offered in this community service activity include education and the provision of digital literature on retraction, anesthetic procedures, and the connection with the innervation of the eye.</em></p> Rini Devijanti Ridwan, Devi Rianti, Mahela Sefrian Luthfimaidah, Dimas Rudianto Fardha Copyright (c) 2022 Rini Devijanti Ridwan, Devi Rianti, Mahela Sefrian Luthfimaidah, Dimas Rudianto Fardha http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 https://e-journal.unair.ac.id/jlm/article/view/34709 Wed, 30 Mar 2022 00:00:00 +0000 THE UTILIZATION OF DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY FOR MSME AND TOURISM PERFORMERS DURING PANDEMIC IN MENDALA VILLAGE SIRAMPOG BREBES https://e-journal.unair.ac.id/jlm/article/view/34713 <p><em>Economic development during the pandemic is very slow. This article aims to find out various economic sectors that can be further developed through advances in digital technology during the pandemic in Mendala village, Kec. Sirampog. In Mendala village there are many micro, small, and medium enterprises (MSMEs) that have the characteristics of the products they produce. This is an opportunity for them to develop their business. Advances in technology can help them to be more advanced, but due to limited knowledge, their development has not been seen. In addition to MSME participants, the sector that is most affected by the pandemic is the tourism sector. In Mendala village several tourism places have potential. One way is by utilizing digital technology, such as social media and others. During the pandemic, the number of visitors to each tourism place is greatly reduced. Therefore, by using digital technology, it is hoped that it can attract visitors and can help people in the economic sector.</em></p> M. Farrij Karbana, Fatiatun Fatiatun Copyright (c) 2022 M. Farrij Karbana, Fatiatun Fatiatun http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 https://e-journal.unair.ac.id/jlm/article/view/34713 Wed, 30 Mar 2022 00:00:00 +0000 STRENGTHENING RELIGIOUS EDUCATION AS THE IMPLEMENTATION OF CHARACTER EDUCATION IN DUWET KRAJAN VILLAGE https://e-journal.unair.ac.id/jlm/article/view/34714 <p><em>Juvenile delinquency is a social problem in Indonesia that still requires special attention. Character education is a solution to this problem. The purpose of character education is so that the individual is not affected by bad things so that he is able to join the community. The formation of children's character can be realized strategically through religious education. However, religious education held in schools has not been effective, so a Quran Education Park (TPQ) is needed. The MBKM Village Building Program implemented by the State University of Malang is a form of community service. The service activity was carried out at Mr. Mahsun's house which held TPQ for children in Duwet Krajan Village, Tumpang District. The activity will be held from November 2021 to December 2021. The activity starts at 14.00 until it is finished with a target of 60 children. The activity was carried out by helping the Koran activities and telling children one of the prophet's exemplary stories in easy-to-understand language so that children were able to take moral messages. This activity is carried out with the hope of instilling character education in children in Duwet Krajan Village.</em></p> Tomy Rizky Izzalqurny, Alfi Rosyidah Hamim, Faridah Puteri Permatasari, Ahmad Hikami Copyright (c) 2022 Tomy Rizky Izzalqurny, Alfi Rosyidah Hamim, Faridah Puteri Permatasari, Ahmad Hikami http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 https://e-journal.unair.ac.id/jlm/article/view/34714 Wed, 30 Mar 2022 00:00:00 +0000 OPTIMIZATION OF QUALITY AND PRODUCTIVITY OF DAILY GOAT BUSINESS GROUP IN BLIMBING VILLAGE, REJOTANGAN DISTRICT, TULUNGAGUNG REGENCY THROUGH TECHNOLOGICAL INNOVATION https://e-journal.unair.ac.id/jlm/article/view/34716 <p><em> "Karya Putra Mandiri" Livestock Farmer Group and "Makmur Sentosa" Livestock Group, Kec. Rejotangan Kab. Tulungagung is a foster partner of the Unair FKH Community Service Team. A common problem for breeders and administrators of the "Karya Putra Mandiri" Livestock Farmer Group and "Makmur Sentosa" Livestock Group, Kec. Rejotangan Kab. Tulungagung is a problem in production, among others are reproductive disorders, low pregnancy rates, low productivity in their dairy goats. The solution offered is to increase the skills and knowledge of dairy goat farmers in the "Karya Putra Mandiri" and "Makmur Sentosa" livestock groups on how to handle reproductive cases through synchronization of lust. Another problem is the "Karya Putra Mandiri" Livestock Farmer Group and the "Makmur Sentosa" Livestock Group, Kec. Rejotangan Kab. Tulungagung is a management problem. The solution offered is to increase the knowledge and assistance of dairy goat farmers in the “Karya Putra Mandiri” and “Makmur Sentosa” livestock groups in dairy goat milk processing, packaging and product licensing. The method used in the implementation of this community service activity is by; (1) Development and training stage; (2) Monitoring and evaluation stage. To evaluate the level of knowledge and understanding of the material given, pretest and posttest are given. This Community Service program activity was carried out from March to October 2018. Extension activities and training on Laserpuncture and Sexual Synchronization Technology were carried out using the tutorial method, then continued with discussions. The implementation of this Community Service Activity requires a budget of 30 million rupiah which is planned to be used in several posts including for equipment, consumables, travel, accommodation, and others.</em></p> Nove Hidajati, M. Gandul Atik Yuliani, Ratna Damayanti Copyright (c) 2022 Nove Hidajati, M. Gandul Atik Yuliani, Ratna Damayanti http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 https://e-journal.unair.ac.id/jlm/article/view/34716 Wed, 30 Mar 2022 00:00:00 +0000 OPTIMALISASI 1000 HARI PERTAMA KEHIDUPAN PADA MASA ADAPTASI BARU COVID-19 MELALUI PENDAMPINGAN IBU HAMIL DAN PELATIHAN KADER DI KABUPATEN BONDOWOSO, JAWA TIMUR https://e-journal.unair.ac.id/jlm/article/view/34718 <p><em>Pada kondisi normal kesehatan ibu dan anak di Indonesia masih menjadi tantangan besar dan diperberat dengan adanya pandemi Covid-19 yang berlangsung sejak bulan Maret 2020 yang berdampak pada adanya batasan dalam hal akses dan kualitas pelayanan. Kekhawatiran yang muncul karena batasan ini adalah adanya peningkatan morbiditas dan mortalitas Ibu dan anak serta penurunan cakupan pelayanan KIA.</em><em> Kegiatan pengabdian masyarakat ini dilakukan secara daring dan luring dengan tetap menjaga ketat protokol kesehatan. Kegiatan yang dilakukan secara daring yaitu </em><em>Pelatihan Kader Posyandu Ibu-Balita tentang Perencanaan Persalinan</em><em> dan </em><em>Pelatihan Kader Posyandu Ibu-Balita tentang Stimulasi Pertumbuhan</em><em>, sedangkan kegiatan yang dilakukan secara luring adalah </em><em>Pelatihan Kader Posyandu Ibu-Balita tentang Optimalisasi Kehamilan</em><em> dan </em><em>Pendampingan Ibu Hamil</em><em>. Kegiatan pengabdian masyarakat yang telah dilakukan berhasil menaikkan pengetahuan ibu. Hal yang paling berpengaruh dalam kegiatan ini kondisi pandemi yang tidak terduga membuat program pengmas harus lebih fleksibel menyesuaikan situasi dan prioritas keamanan bagi para pelaksana pengmas, sehingga direnacakan untuk kegiatan tindak lanjut berupa pendampingan yang akan dilanjutkan oleh mahasiswa prodi kebidanan dengan pengawasan oleh dosen dan bidan wilayah setempat.</em></p> Dwi Izzati, Rize Budi Amalia, Astika Gita Ningrum Copyright (c) 2022 Dwi Izzati, Rize Budi Amalia, Astika Gita Ningrum http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 https://e-journal.unair.ac.id/jlm/article/view/34718 Wed, 30 Mar 2022 00:00:00 +0000 SUPPORTING FOOD SECURITY AND ORGANIC VEGETABLE PLANTING FOR THE COMMUNITY DURING PANDEMIC IN WARUNGPRING DISTRICT, PEMALANG https://e-journal.unair.ac.id/jlm/article/view/34719 <p><em>One of the problems that occurred during the COVID-19 pandemic was the weakening of community food security as a result of policies to reduce work activities outside the home which aims to prevent the spread of the virus as a result of the reduced activity so far having to be outside the home. For this reason, efforts are needed to meet the daily needs of the community that can be done without activities outside the home. The problem that exists is the lack of public knowledge about how to fulfill food needs. The utilization of land around the house can be used as a solution to this problem, namely by growing organic vegetables that can be used to meet daily food needs.</em></p> Muhammad Haikaludin, Fatiatun Fatiatun Copyright (c) 2022 Muhammad Haikaludin, Fatiatun Fatiatun http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 https://e-journal.unair.ac.id/jlm/article/view/34719 Wed, 30 Mar 2022 00:00:00 +0000 UNIVERSITY-SCHOOL PARTNERSHIP IN ACHIEVING THE VISION OF INDONESIA 2045 THROUGH RESEARCH TRAINING ON HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS https://e-journal.unair.ac.id/jlm/article/view/34721 <p><em>Universities participate in realizing Indonesia's vision 2045 “The Indonesians who are excellent, civilized, and mastering science technology, to bring Indonesia as the center of science technology development in the Asia and the world”. It would need intense effort and synergy, considering the science literacy of Indonesian students was ranked the 10th lowest out of 79 countries in 2018. The innovation capacity is ranked 74 out of 141 countries. </em></p><p><em> </em></p><p><em>Research is an essential activity, encouraging the development of science technology. Research competency should be honed by high school students as part of scientific inquiry. Therefore, this community service was carried out in collaboration with FORISMA FK UNAIR, aimed to increase students’ understanding of the urgency, stages, and procedures of research as well as increase interest in research activities. It was also intended to develop their skills to compile and present research proposals. The partner was Raudlatul Jannah High School Sidoarjo. It was implemented through workshops, coaching, and presentations followed by the teachers and 11th-grade students. </em></p><p><em> </em></p><p><em>The whole activity successfully improved students' knowledge. Increased knowledge score was obtained in 83% of participants. The pre-test evaluation showed 88% of participants had poor knowledge, whilst post-test evaluations were predominantly good. This community service increased students’ interest in research and changed their perceptions of research’s importance. This improved students' capability to identify research problems, search and compile scientific references as a basis for building hypotheses and conceptual frameworks, and determine research methods. The four groups of students were able to produce research proposals of sufficient quality and were able to present and discuss them in the forum. This community service was perceived to help the school in the implementation of curriculum, especially in science literacy. The school was committed to deepening students' knowledge and skills in the field of scientific research by providing research project modules. This community service is part of the contribution of higher education to the achievement of the vision of Indonesia 2045. This can be a model of scientific inquiry learning in secondary education, thus it is necessary to be implemented in other high schools.</em><em></em></p><p><em> </em></p> Nurina Hasanatuludhhiyah, Annette d’ Arqom, Abdul Khairul Rizki Purba, Visuddho Visuddho, Deandra Maharani Widiatmaja, Ilham Rahmanto, Putu Bagus Dharma Permana Copyright (c) 2022 Nurina Hasanatuludhhiyah, Annette d’ Arqom, Abdul Khairul Rizki Purba, Visuddho Visuddho, Deandra Maharani Widiatmaja, Ilham Rahmanto, Putu Bagus Dharma Permana http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 https://e-journal.unair.ac.id/jlm/article/view/34721 Wed, 30 Mar 2022 00:00:00 +0000 EARLY DETECTION OF BREAST CANCER AT PUBLIC HEALTH CENTER IN REJOSO, NGANJUK https://e-journal.unair.ac.id/jlm/article/view/34722 <p><em>The objective was to convey knowledge about procedures for early detection of breast cancer and screening of breast cancer as an effort to reduce the number of cases of advanced breast cancer. The activity was held at the Public Health Center in Rejoso, Nganjuk and was attended by 71 participants. The participants' understanding was measured by a questionnaire containing questions about breast cancer risk factors and knowledge about breast cancer. Questionnaires were given as pre-test and post-test. After attending the lecture presentation, there was an increase in understanding of 11%. Participants in this activity based on the risk factors of not having children and x-ray radiation, all of them do not have a risk of developing breast cancer. Furthermore, based on data on breastfeeding less than 6 months, aged more than 25 years, had a tumor in the breast, and had a family suffering from breast cancer, the participants in this activity had a risk of breast cancer that were 16.67%, 88.1%, 7.14%, and 14.29% respectively.This activity can increase public understanding of procedures for early detection of breast cancer so that people can carry out breast self-examinations at home every month. In this activity, participants can perform breast examinations by medical personnel so that they can help the community to carry out free breast examinations at community health centers.</em></p> Gondo Mastutik, Sjahjenny Mustokoweni Copyright (c) 2022 Gondo Mastutik, Sjahjenny Mustokoweni http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 https://e-journal.unair.ac.id/jlm/article/view/34722 Tue, 29 Mar 2022 00:00:00 +0000 NATURAL DEAF EDUCATION FOR THE COMMUNITY https://e-journal.unair.ac.id/jlm/article/view/34725 <p><em>Congenital deafness will impact the quality of life of affected individuals if they do not obtain early detection and intervention. Socialization of congenital deafness is needed, thereby the community can engage in early detection and intervention efforts. Socializing about the early detection and intervention of congenital deafness. Educational activities are carried out with counseling using the lecture method, discussion, and pretest and posttest. The average pretest result was 62.03 (± 11.51) and the posttest average was 88.39 (± 13.41). Based on the comparison between the pretest and posttest results, we found a significant difference (p &lt; 0.0001) statistically. Public knowledge of congenital deafness needs to be improved in order to increase community participation in terms of early detection and intervention.</em></p> Puguh Setyo Nugroho, Agustinus Agustinus, William William, Eko Budi Siswidiyanto, Nur Rohmah, Zakiyatul Faizah Copyright (c) 2022 Puguh Setyo Nugroho, Agustinus Agustinus, William William, Eko Budi Siswidiyanto, Nur Rohmah, Zakiyatul Faizah http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 https://e-journal.unair.ac.id/jlm/article/view/34725 Tue, 29 Mar 2022 00:00:00 +0000 VETIVER ROOT PLANTING FOR PREVENTION AND MITIGATION OF LANDSLIDES IN DISASTER-PRONE AREAS, NGANJUK, EAST JAVA https://e-journal.unair.ac.id/jlm/article/view/34727 <p>Landslide is the transfer of slope-forming material in the form of rocks, debris, soil moving down or out of the slope. Geolologically, landslides are a geological phenomenon with a movement of land such as falling rocks or large lumps of land (Nandi, 2007). The majority of Nganjuk Regency, East Java, is at high risk of landslides. Reporting from Tirto.id news on February 19, 2021, there was a landslide in Ngetos Subdistrict, Nganjuk which claimed many victims. Nineteen people died, 20 were injured and 10 houses were severely damaged. Ngetos village is the largest village with the most populous population in Nganjuk. Unit of Natural Disease Support from Faculty of Medicine, Community Service Team of the Department of Anesthesiology and Reanimation Faculty of Medicine Universitas Airlangga in collaboration with the Center of Environmental Health Engineering and Disease Control (BBTKLPP) Surabaya in efforts to overcome landslide disasters that occurred in Nganjuk. Assistance provided includes medical assistance and environmental development as one of the disaster mitigation efforts. One of the mitigation measures carried out through this activity is reforestation by planting vetiver roots. Vetiver Roots are known as landslide prevention plants because their roots can reach depths soil of down to 5 meters. One of the causes of landslides is the lack of vegetation on the ground so it is prone to movement, especially if it rains heavily because there is no anchoring. Therefore, this activity is considered important to prevent repeated landslides.</p> Arie Utariani, Soni Sunarso Sulistiawan, Hamzah Hamzah, Christrijogo Soemartono Waloedjo, Kun Arifi Abbas, Belindo Wirabuana, Teuku Aswin Husain, Maulana Hanif Ibrahim, Alivery Raihanda Armando Copyright (c) 2022 Arie Utariani, Soni Sunarso Sulistiawan, Hamzah Hamzah, Christrijogo Soemartono Waloedjo, Kun Arifi Abbas, Belindo Wirabuana, Teuku Aswin Husain, Maulana Hanif Ibrahim, Alivery Raihanda Armando http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 https://e-journal.unair.ac.id/jlm/article/view/34727 Tue, 29 Mar 2022 00:00:00 +0000 MAKING DENTAL AND ORAL CARE LITERACY DURING A PANDEMIC AS COMMUNITY SERVICE https://e-journal.unair.ac.id/jlm/article/view/34728 <p>Coronavirus Disease-19 (COVID-19) has been spread fast so World Health Organization (WHO) declared COVID-19 as a pandemic. In Indonesia, data from the first patience until October 2021, this pandemic has infected more than four million Indonesians citizen, soon after government made policies for people to stay at home if there is no urgent need to leave the house. Transmission of COVID-19 which is through droplets and airborne causing contact from people to other should be limited if it is not necessary, as well as in conditions of fulfilling dental and oral care needs. The main transmission conditions through droplets like this cause health workers, especially the dentistry sector to be at high risk for infected by COVID-19, because dentists must have direct contact with the patients oral cavity who may also have become carriers of COVID-19, this can be done through direct contact with saliva, patient's blood and can also be caused by touch a tool or object which surfaces has been contaminated by this virus. Although it is recommended not to go to dentist for treatment, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) still give recommendations to patient to be treated for emergency cases. So education and literacy are needed to increase public knowledge about what cases included to an emergency cases, how to go or get treatment in dental and oral health needs during the pandemic, so that people can still get treatment if they are in a condition that is really needed.</p> Rini Devijanti Ridwan, Devi Rianti, Mahela Sefrian Luthfimaidah, Dimas Rudianto Fardha Copyright (c) 2022 Rini Devijanti Ridwan, Devi Rianti, Mahela Sefrian Luthfimaidah, Dimas Rudianto Fardha http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 https://e-journal.unair.ac.id/jlm/article/view/34728 Tue, 29 Mar 2022 00:00:00 +0000 EDUCATION PROGRAM AND FACILITY IMPROVEMENT FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE AT PONDOK PESANTREN METAL MUSLIM, PASURUAN https://e-journal.unair.ac.id/jlm/article/view/34729 <p>This community service activity was carried out with the partner of the Muslim Metal Islamic Boarding School, Pasuruan. This activity aims to improve the habits of clean and healthy living behavior (personal hygiene. The activities offered include examination of intestinal parasitic infections for residents of the Muslim Metal Islamic Boarding School, counseling on intestinal parasitic infections and personal hygiene and improvement of PHBS facilities. The counselling given is about various kinds of parasites that cause intestinal infections, transmission of intestinal parasitic infections, and how to prevent intestinal parasitic infections by implementing personal hygiene (PHBS). By knowing about intestinal parasites and how they are transmitted, be expected that they will be able to avoid infection with intestinal parasites by practicing PHBS discipline.</p> Sri Wijayanti Sulistyawati, Dwi Peni Kartikasari, Lynda Rossyanti, Heny Arwati, M. Yasin Fitri Nugroho, Frista Amalia, Bagus Dwi Nugraha, Awwaliyah Azmi Izzati Copyright (c) 2022 Sri Wijayanti Sulistyawati, Dwi Peni Kartikasari, Lynda Rossyanti, Heny Arwati, M. Yasin Fitri Nugroho, Frista Amalia, Bagus Dwi Nugraha, Awwaliyah Azmi Izzati http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 https://e-journal.unair.ac.id/jlm/article/view/34729 Tue, 29 Mar 2022 00:00:00 +0000 SIGN LANGUAGE TRAINING FOR HEALTH STAFF https://e-journal.unair.ac.id/jlm/article/view/34731 <p>Effective communication is a pillar of excellent service in the healthcare unit. Communication among health workers, hearing impaired and speech impaired will cause obstacles to services. Sign language skills need to be possessed by health workers in communicating with people who are deaf and speech impaired. Socializing sign language and developing sign language skills for health workers in health services. After participating in the training, health workers are expected to know and have sign language skills. Community service activities in the form of sign language training for health workers in health services are carried out with lectures, quiz, discussions and practice of sign language skills. Activities are carried out through online method. The activity was attended by 1,593 participants. The most participants were midwives (570 participants-35.8%), nurses (518 participants -32.5%) and doctors (191 participants -12%). A total of 1,333 participants (83.7%) experienced communication problems with the hearing impaired and speech impaired. The training was felt to be useful by 1,215 participants (76.3%). The average result of the pre-test quiz was 33.54 (+13.11) and the average post-test quiz was 61.23 (+10.41). Comparison of pre-test and post-test results of hearing health education obtained statistically significant differences (p &lt; 0.0001). The benefits of training activities are felt to be useful and needs to be intensified to improve the quality of services and the quality of life for people who are hearing impaired and speech impaired.</p> Puguh Setyo Nugroho, Nyilo Purnami, Rosa Falerina, Rizka Fathoni Perdana, Yoga Rahmadiyanto, Hendra Kurnia Rakhma, Sumarman Sumarman, Sriati Sriati Copyright (c) 2022 Puguh Setyo Nugroho, Nyilo Purnami, Rosa Falerina, Rizka Fathoni Perdana, Yoga Rahmadiyanto, Hendra Kurnia Rakhma, Sumarman Sumarman, Sriati Sriati http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 https://e-journal.unair.ac.id/jlm/article/view/34731 Tue, 29 Mar 2022 00:00:00 +0000 ASSISTANCE OF CODING EXTRACURRICULAR PROGRAM AT SD ANAK PANAH KENJERAN https://e-journal.unair.ac.id/jlm/article/view/34732 <p><em>Basic programming training and assistance for Elementary School at SD Kr. Anak Panah are an urgent need. This is caused by the demands of students to develop their potential. Elementary students Kr. Anak Panah requires an increase in skills in terms of making or coding basic games. This training aims to improve the basic abilities of elementary school (SD) in terms of information technology. Training for students to meet the need for basic and high-level coding mastery for elementary school age children. The training was conducted online for 5 (five) months involving 200 Elementary School (SD) students. The final result of the training showed an increase in students' competence in terms of game programming coding. Basic level. Meanwhile, the average ability of the trainees increased from level 4<sup>th</sup> (four) to level 8<sup>th</sup> (eight) from a scale of 1 – 10.</em></p> Rudi Santoso, Agus Dwi Churniawan Copyright (c) 2022 Rudi Santoso, Agus Dwi Churniawan http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 https://e-journal.unair.ac.id/jlm/article/view/34732 Tue, 29 Mar 2022 00:00:00 +0000 BUILDING AWARENESS TO PREVENT DHF THROUGH SOCIALIZATION, JUMANTIC TRAINING, AND ERADICATION OF MOSQUITO NESTS IN CANDIREJO, BLITAR https://e-journal.unair.ac.id/jlm/article/view/34733 <p><em>Dengue Hemorrhagic Fever (DHF) is a dangerous disease that may cause death within a short time and spread quickly. East Java is the province with the second-highest number of dengue cases in Indonesia. Blitar is one of the contributors to the high number of cases in East Java, with a CFR of 1.2% and Ponggok sub-district is one of the dengue-prone areas. Programs that have been promoted by the government are the 3M Plus Movement and the Eradication of Mosquito Nests (PSN). However, dengue disease still occurs every year because the community lacks the awareness to run these programs regularly and continuously. The purpose of community service through the 65th Airlangga University KKN-BBM program in the Health Sector were 1) increasing knowledge and awareness about DHF disease and its prevention, 2) improving skills in monitoring larvae independently, 3) reducing dengue transmission rates and improving the environmental health of the Candirejo Village community. The method used were the dissemination of knowledge about DHF and its prevention along with jumantik and PSN 3M Plus training. The target of this activity was elementary school students and the surrounding community. The results of the evaluation showed that there were differences in the level of knowledge before and after the socialization of DHF. In addition, the jumantik training was able to encourage students to independently carry out larvae monitoring. The community actively participated and was very enthusiastic in the implementation of PSN. Overall, all the programs carried out are appropriate, easy, and effective ways to prevent DHF.</em></p> Sangidatul Imro'ah, Dian Fitria, Nurina Hasanatuludhhiyah Copyright (c) 2022 Sangidatul Imro'ah, Dian Fitria, Nurina Hasanatuludhhiyah http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 https://e-journal.unair.ac.id/jlm/article/view/34733 Tue, 29 Mar 2022 00:00:00 +0000 EARLY DETECTION TRAINING OF HEARING DISORDERS IN THE ERA OF THE COVID 19 PANDEMIC FOR HEALTH PERSONNEL AT GENTENG KULON BANYUWANGI HEALTH CENTER, EAST JAVA https://e-journal.unair.ac.id/jlm/article/view/34734 <p>The COVID 19 pandemic impacts the early detection of hearing impairment. Socialization is needed in the form of early detection education of hearing loss in the era of the COVID 19 pandemic to health workers in the front line. The purpose of educational activities is to improve the knowledge and skills of health workers to conduct early detection of hearing impairment in the era of the COVID 19 pandemic. The condition of the COVID 19 pandemic changed the interaction pattern between people, including in education and training activities in the field of health. Education with on line means is becoming a common thing to do today. This training activity is conducted on line and off line methods with limited participants. The training for health workers was carried out using an off line method and was attended by 39 participants. The average result of the pre test was 45.20 (+ 15.69), and the average post test was 80.67 (+ 22.73). Comparison of the pre test and post test results with the t-test, the results were significantly different (p &lt; 0.0001). The training with the on line method was attended by 1,145 participants. The results of the average pre test score were 55.30 (+15.61), and the post test average score was 72.82 (+21.61). Comparison of the pre test and post test scores with the t-test results was significantly different (p &lt; 0.0001). On line and off line methods in training activities provide significant results in increasing the knowledge of health workers so that the pandemic does not hinder the implementation of training activities to increase the knowledge of health workers in an effort to improve the quality of life of the community, in this case, hearing.</p> Puguh Setyo Nugroho, Nyilo Purnami, Rizka Fathoni Perdana, Rosa Falerina, Hendra Kurnia Rakhma Copyright (c) 2022 Puguh Setyo Nugroho, Nyilo Purnami, Rizka Fathoni Perdana, Rosa Falerina, Hendra Kurnia Rakhma http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 https://e-journal.unair.ac.id/jlm/article/view/34734 Tue, 29 Mar 2022 00:00:00 +0000 LITERACY CHARACTERISTICS OF CALCULUS AND ITS ROBLEMS IN THE CONTEXT OF COMMUNITY SERVICE https://e-journal.unair.ac.id/jlm/article/view/34735 <p>The prevalence of dental and oral diseases in Indonesia tends to increase. The problem of high rate in dental and oral disease are currently influenced by community behavioural factors. High rate of dental and oral disease was also because of the Indonesian population who realized that they has dental and oral problem is only 23% of population. Community behaviour is closely related to the level of public knowledge about gum health and tartar. Lack of knowledge about gum health and ignorance of the dangers of tartar that caused by dental plaque causing people not to take advantage of dental health services when they have dental plaque and even become inflammation of the gums. That condition, will contribute to poor dental health status of the community. Therefore, this community service is carried out for educate the characteristics of calculus, gum inflammation and the treatment of tartar.</p><p> </p> Indeswati Diyatri, Keyona Laila Olivia, Mahela Sefrian Luthfimaidah, Dimas Rudianto Fardha Copyright (c) 2022 Indeswati Diyatri, Keyona Laila Olivia, Mahela Sefrian Luthfimaidah, Dimas Rudianto Fardha http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 https://e-journal.unair.ac.id/jlm/article/view/34735 Tue, 29 Mar 2022 00:00:00 +0000 PENDIDIKAN DAN APLIKASI NANOTEKNOLOGI DALAM KEHIDUPAN TERHADAP SISWA SEKOLAH MENENGAH ATAS https://e-journal.unair.ac.id/jlm/article/view/34788 <p>Salah satu dari tiga pilar pendidikan tinggi atau tridharma di Indonesia adalah pengabdian kepada masyarakat bagi sivitas akademika untuk melatih inovasi dan teknologi yang ditunjukkan dengan kemampuannya dan memberikan manfaat bagi banyak orang. Untuk itu, dosen Departemen Teknik Nanoteknologi, Fakultas Teknologi Maju dan Multidisiplin, Universitas Airlangga Surabaya mengadakan program pengabdian masyarakat yang diberi nama “Penerapan Nanoteknologi dalam Kehidupan: Pendidikan pada Siswa SMA” yang bertujuan untuk menyebarluaskan pengetahuan dan informasi tentang nanoteknologi khususnya untuk siswa sekolah menengah. Sebagai inovasi dan teknologi terkini, nanoteknologi masih belum populer di kalangan pelajar SMA di Indonesia. Dengan demikian, pengabdian masyarakat ini juga diharapkan dapat meningkatkan dan menyeimbangkan pengetahuan masyarakat serta mendukung tujuan ke-4 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) untuk pendidikan berkualitas yang dilakukan secara online saat ini. Kegiatan tersebut diikuti oleh 129 peserta dari sekolah mitra (SMAN 1 Sidoarjo, SMAN 1 Pamekasan dan SMAN 1 Trenggalek) dan beberapa peserta dari sekolah nonmitra di Jawa Timur. Webinar ini dilakukan dengan mengklarifikasi penggunaan nanoteknologi dalam kehidupan sehari-hari serta contoh-contoh nanopartikel emas yang disintesis baik secara kimiawi maupun biologis. Perluasan dan transfer pengetahuan berhasil ditunjukkan dengan rata-rata skor post-test (68) meningkat berbanding terbalik dengan skor pre-test (54). Kegiatan ini juga diharapkan dapat meningkatkan pengetahuan mahasiswa tentang perkembangan teknologi terkini dan minat mahasiswa terhadap ilmu pengetahuan dan teknologi sehingga nanoteknologi dapat digunakan untuk memecahkan masalah yang ada di Indonesia.</p> Ilma Amalina, Prastika Krisma Jiwanti, Tahta Amrillah, Intan Nurul Rizki, Mochamad Lutfi Firmansyah, Arief Cahyo Wibowo, Bastoni Semendawai, Muchammad Farchan Hanif, Fadjar Mulya, Retno Sari Copyright (c) 2022 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 https://e-journal.unair.ac.id/jlm/article/view/34788 Wed, 30 Mar 2022 00:00:00 +0000 ONLINE CREATIVE WRITING TRAINING FOR STUDENTS IN KEMLOKO VILLAGE, BLITAR REGENCY https://e-journal.unair.ac.id/jlm/article/view/34791 <p>The ability to write as a form of proficiency in a variety of literature is a very important form of writing for students in schools in Kemloko Village. It is assumed that as intellectuals, they must have skills and master the language in a variety of literature. As a form of concern and service to the village community assisted by the Indonesian Language and Literature Study Program, it is necessary to hold these activities to create a young generation who is ready to face the progress of the times in the era of globalization. Thus, the Indonesian Language and Literature Study Program held the creative writing activity as an alternative step to prepare the younger generation who are ready to face the future by proficiently writing and reading. The activity was carried out online as well as an anticipation to break the chain of the spread of Covid-19. Furthermore, to support these activities, good cooperation is needed between the Indonesian Language and Literature Study Program, the Faculty of Cultural Sciences, Airlangga University with the Blitar Regency PORBUDPAR Service, and the MI School Committee and Kemloko Village Village. This strategy can create positive synergies by forming writing groups so that these activities can be applied in a structured and sustainable manner by producing a collection of interesting and quality poems and short stories even though they are online. Furthermore, the collection of students' writings will be made into a collection of books that have an ISBN and can be distributed to various levels of society.</p> Dwi Handayani, Trisna Kumala Satya Dewi, Bramantio Copyright (c) 2022 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 https://e-journal.unair.ac.id/jlm/article/view/34791 Wed, 30 Mar 2022 00:00:00 +0000 SOCIALIZATION OF DIGITAL LITERACY IN DEALING WITH THE COVID-19 INFODEMICS FOR MEMBERS OF PKK IN DESA KARANGREJO, GRESIK https://e-journal.unair.ac.id/jlm/article/view/34793 <p>The infodemic phenomenon has become one of the biggest challenges in dealing with COVID-19. This is because there is a lot of disinformation and misinformation that widespread in the community. Various hoaxes about COVID-19 have caused anxiety and fear. Therefore, this community service activity aims to provide socialization related to digital literacy to the community, so that they are able to handle the current infodemic. The target of community is members of Family Empowerment and Welfare (PKK) in Desa Karangrejo, Kecamatan Manyar, Kabupaten Gresik. This is because women are easy targets for irresponsible parties in spreading hoaxes. The method used is divided into three stages which include planning, implementation, and evaluation. In the process, socialization was held through Zoom Meetings and re-broadcast via Youtube. Pre-test and post-test were also conducted online by distributing questionnaires via google forms. This community service activity resulted that in the pre-test stage, there were still many people who received hoaxes regarding COVID-19. It causes the community became enthusiastic to participating in the socialization activity. In the sessions of interactive discussion, the community was more active in asking several questions about personal issues or general issues that popular today. Indeed, the post-test results then showed that all PKK’s members agreed that the socialization activities has provided a lot of knowledge and benefits to them. It because the speakers explained their clarifications on various hoaxes regarding COVID-19. They also provided training to the members regarding the proper steps to conduct fact checking about several informations.</p> Fadhila Inas Pratiwi, M. Muttaqien, Agie Soegiono Copyright (c) 2022 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 https://e-journal.unair.ac.id/jlm/article/view/34793 Wed, 30 Mar 2022 00:00:00 +0000 UPLOAD SOCIAL RESOURCES IN THE SOCIALIZATION OF DIGITAL LITERATURE IN THE DEVELOPMENT COMMUNITIES OF KAMPOENG DJOEANG https://e-journal.unair.ac.id/jlm/article/view/34794 <p>Ease of access to information is a definite consequence of the deepening of globalization. Mode of interaction and communication advancement are characteristic that can now be easily recognized through technological developments. This raise a problem related to less optimum usage of the internet amid the high use of digital applications. The existing conditions lead to a lack of people's ability to both understand digital objects and the benefits that is contained. The implementation of community service in partnership with Kampoeng Djoeang aims to introduce and upload social resources related to digital literacy skills which are now crucial in the midst of the Covid-19 Pandemic. The method used is a series of training in three stages, namely (1) analysis of community needs, (2) socialization of digital literacy, and (3) evaluation and feedback. It was found that practical forms of training were the answer to two people's needs, namely (1) digital literacy education by providing information analysis skills and (2) understanding legal and ethical references in social media.</p> M. Muttaqien, Irfa Puspitasari, Fadhila Inas Pratiwi Copyright (c) 2022 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 https://e-journal.unair.ac.id/jlm/article/view/34794 Wed, 30 Mar 2022 00:00:00 +0000 TRAINING AND ASSISTANCE OF ONLINE MARKETING OF PROCESSED MARINE PRODUCTS MICRO-MEDIUM BUSINESS “LAMORA” IN KAUMAN VILLAGE, SOCAH, BANGKALAN https://e-journal.unair.ac.id/jlm/article/view/34795 <p>Lamora is a cracker and petis industry located in Kauman village, Socah sub-district, Bangkalan district, which has become a pilot MSME. Under the guidance of the Ministry of Industry and Manpower and the Department of Health of Bangkalan Regency, this MSME has had a website (https://kerupukikansocah.com) since 2017. Before the pandemic, Lamora only served orders and purchases directly from individuals or resellers from Bangkalan and its surroundings. However, during the Covid-19 pandemic, sales turnover decreased by more than 60%. This requires serious attention to maintain business continuity. The solution provided is a training and mentoring partnership program to provide MSME actors with the ability to use information technology (IT) as a marketing and sales medium, conduct online marketing on social media, manage online stores in market places and use promotional media design applications for free. The training which lasted for two days has gone well and has achieved the expected goal, namely increasing the understanding of Lamora MSME actors towards online marketing using IT.</p> Taufik, Indah Werdiningsih, Faried Effendy, Nania Nuzulita, Ibaneza Griffint Secoria, Aulia Marcha Rizkasari Putri Copyright (c) 2022 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 https://e-journal.unair.ac.id/jlm/article/view/34795 Wed, 30 Mar 2022 00:00:00 +0000 COMMUNITY SERVICE ACTIVITIES FOR ACTUALIZATION OF INVENTORY MANAGEMENT IN SMALL MEDIUM ENTERPRISES https://e-journal.unair.ac.id/jlm/article/view/34796 <p>Small and Medium-sized Entreprises (SMEs) in Surabaya were asked to participate in this project as part of their community service requirement to learn more about the best practices for inventory management. The EOQ and safety stock analysis models are used to do this task. The outcomes of this community service project show that SMEs need to enhance their inventory management. Because of the difficulties in managing inventory in SMEs, this increase is necessary. Inventory management techniques that might enhance small company operating capacities are predicted to be a real benefit of this activity for small businesses.</p> Achmad Yanu Alif Fianto Copyright (c) 2022 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 https://e-journal.unair.ac.id/jlm/article/view/34796 Wed, 30 Mar 2022 00:00:00 +0000 DEVELOPMENT OF TELEMEDICINE APPLICATION BASED ON ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE IN THE HANDLING OF DIABET FOOT https://e-journal.unair.ac.id/jlm/article/view/34985 <p><strong><em>Introduction</em></strong><em>: Diabetes mellitus is a metabolic disorder characterized by increased blood glucose levels (hyperglycemia) due to impaired insulin secretion and insulin action. Diabetic foot ulcers are chronic and difficult to heal is the most common cause of non-traumatic amputations in patients with diabetes mellitus which reaches 82%. Telemedicine technology based on artificial intelligence can be used as a facility for diabetic foot patients by providing education, consultation and direction in treating diabetic feet. <strong>Research Methods:</strong> The method used in this research is literature study. Literature study conducted by the author is to look for various written sources, either in the form of books, archives, magazines, articles and journals, as well as documents relevant to the problem being studied. <strong>Result:</strong> Telemedicine application based on artificial intelligence is a solution for DM patients, especially diabetic foot complications. <strong>Discussion:</strong> The telemedicine application provides 24-hour service by providing education about diabetic foot care to avoid infection, consultation on the administration of drugs such as insulin and other diabetes drugs. Artificial intelligence in telemedicine allows this application to work 24 hours a day. <strong>Conclusion:</strong> Diabetes mellitus is still a complex problem worldwide. Complications that occur, especially diabetic feet reduce the quality of life of DM patients. Telemedicine application based on artificial intelligence is a solution that can be used to perform routine care for diabetic foot patients.</em></p> <p><strong><em>Keywords</em></strong><em>: Telemedicine, Artificial intelligence, Diabetic foot, Diabetes Mellitus</em></p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <h1>DAFTAR PUSTAKA</h1> <ol> <li>Braza DW, Martin JNY. Diabetic Foot and Peripheral Arterial Disease [Internet]. Fourth Edi. Essentials of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. Elsevier Inc.; 2020. 719-723 p. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-323-54947-9.00129-2</li> <li>denDekker AD, Gallagher KA. Dysregulated inflammation in diabetic wounds [Internet]. Wound Healing, Tissue Repair, and Regeneration in Diabetes. 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Telehealth, telemedicine, and telecare [Internet]. Second Edi. Clinical Engineering Handbook, Second Edition. Elsevier Inc.; 2019. 550-555 p. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-12-813467-2.00083-3</li> <li>D’Arqom A, Indiastuti D, Nasution Z, Melbiarta R. PENGEMBANGAN KADER SEKOLAH MENENGAH UNTUK MENURUNKAN INSIDEN THALASSEMIA DI KABUPATEN BULAK, SURABAYA. 2021. Jurnal Layanan Masyarakat. 2021;5(2)</li> </ol> Niko Azhari Hidayat, Abed Nego Okthara Sebayang, Amila Shofia, Shofa Aulia Aldharma Copyright (c) 2022 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 https://e-journal.unair.ac.id/jlm/article/view/34985 Wed, 30 Mar 2022 00:00:00 +0000 INNOVATION FOR MANUFACTURING FERTILIZER FROM COFFEE LEATHER WASTE FOR THE COMMUNITY AND FARMER GROUP IN BONDOWOSO https://e-journal.unair.ac.id/jlm/article/view/34986 <p>The coffee husk waste has not been utilized optimally by farmers. Coffee skin waste, which has been considered as a leftover material from the production of ground coffee, turns out to have many benefits and uses in life. Based on the results of research by experts, coffee husk waste is useful in agriculture, animal husbandry and fisheries, namely as compost, protein nutrition and additional fiber in animal feed. This solid waste of coffee rind has high levels of organic matter and nutrients that can improve soil structure. One of the efforts that can be done to handle the increasing amount of coffee husk waste is by processing coffee skin waste into compost. The by-products in the form of coffee skins range from 50-60 percent of the harvest. If the yield is 1000 kg of fresh coffee, then about 400-500 kg of coffee beans will be produced and the rest is a by-product in the form of coffee husks. The advantage of this coffee skin compost is that its nitrogen content is quite high, around 6% so that it can substitute for fertilizers containing nitrogen. The problem is that the C/N ratio is high enough that it takes a long time to decompose or the solution is to add nitrogen sources and a decomposer to speed up decomposition.</p> <p>This community service activity was carried out in collaboration with the community in the Bondowoso district, namely the KAPAS Community in Sumbergading Village, Sumberwringin District and the TSS community in Sukosari Lor Village, Sukosari District. In the Bondowoso area, there are many youth communities with various activities aimed at advancing people's lives and improving the socio-economic status of the area. Coffee husk waste is very common in the area, so far, coffee skin waste has not been used optimally, so its benefits cannot be obtained. The solutions offered in this community service activity include: Provide an understanding of the importance of utilizing existing coffee husk waste for communities and communities in the Bondowoso area, Provide training on making fertilizer from coffee husk waste as an innovation in making fertilizer to increase agricultural yields in the Bondowoso area, Exploring and empowering the natural potential that exists in the community environment so that it can be put to good use, Initiate the business of making fertilizer from coffee husk waste as an innovation in making fertilizer for cost efficiency in agriculture</p> <p><strong>&nbsp;</strong></p> <p><strong>Keywords</strong> : waste, coffee husk, innovation, fertilizer, health</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>DAFTAR PUSTAKA</strong></p> <p>Dzung NA., Dzung TT.,Khanh VTP.,2013. Evaluation of Coffe Husk Compost for Improving Soil Fertility and Sustainable Coffee Production in Rural Central Highland of Vietnam. <em>Resources and Environment,</em> 3(4), 77-82</p> <p>Abdoellah, S dan A.Wardani. 1993. Impact of Cocoa Development on Marginal Land to Farmers Income: A Case in Gunung Kidul Regency, Indonesia. <em>Pelita Perkebunan</em>, 9(3), 97 – 104</p> <p>Bressani, R.1979. <em>The by-products of coffee berries.dalam coffee pulp:</em> <em>composition, technology, and utilization. Editor J. E. Braham and R. Bressani</em>. Ottawa: Institute of Nutrition of Central America and Panama.</p> <p>Berlian, Z., Syarifah, dan Sari DS., 2015. Pengaruh Pemberian Limbah Kulit Kopi (Coffea robusta L.) terhadap Pertumbuhan Cabai Keriting (Capsicum annum L.). <em>Jurnal Biota</em>, 1(1), 22-32.</p> <p>Sahputra, A., Barus A., dan Sipayung R., 2013. Pertumbuhan dan produksi bawang merah (Allium ascalonicum L.) terhadap pemberian kompos kulit kopi dan pupuk organik cair. <em>Jurnal Online Agroekoteknologi</em>, 2(1), 26-35.</p> <p>Maruli, A. 2010. <em>Limbah kopi antar mahasiswa ke jerman</em>. <a href="http://www.antaranews.com/berita/2">http://www.antaranews.com/berita/2</a> 27334/limbah-kopi-antarmahasiswake jerman/2017.07.18.</p> <p>Afrizon, 2015. Potensi Kopi Sebagai bahan Baku Pupuk Kompos Di Propinsi Bengkulu. AGRITEPA, 2(1). 1, 21-32</p> <p>Novita E.,&nbsp; Fathurrohman A., Pradana HA.,2018. Pemanfaatan Kompos Blok Limbah Kulit Kopi sebagai Media Tanam. <em>Jurnal Agrotek</em>, 2(2), 61- 72</p> <p>Muryanto, 2004 Muryanto. (2004). Potensi Limbah Kulit Kopi Sebagai Pakan Ternak. Jurnal <em>Lokakarya</em>, <em>1</em>, 112-114.</p> <p>Triawan DA., Banon C., Adfa M., 2020. Biokonversi Kulit Kopi Menjadi Pupuk Kompos Pada Kelompok Tani Pangestu Rakyat Kabupaten Rejang Lebong. <em>Jurnal Pengabdian Al-Ikhlas</em>, 5(2), 159-165</p> Rini Devijanti Ridwan, Indeswati Diyatri, Sidarningsih, Yuliati Copyright (c) 2022 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 https://e-journal.unair.ac.id/jlm/article/view/34986 Wed, 30 Mar 2022 00:00:00 +0000 BULEKANG: CULTIVATION OF CATFISH KANGKUNG TO ACHIEVE ZERO HUNGER AND INCREASE COMMUNITY INCOME IN PASIRHARJO VILLAGE BLITAR REGENCY https://e-journal.unair.ac.id/jlm/article/view/34987 <p><em>Food security is one of the efforts to realize the 2nd sustainable development goal, namely zero hunger. In order to help the government encourage the realization of food security in Indonesia, the community service team of Universitas Airlangga implemented a bulekang (kale catfish cultivation) program aimed at the people of Pasirharjo village, Talun subdistrict, Blitar regency. The purpose of the bulekang program is to increase knowledge about food security, the use of home land as a container for the fulfillment of animal nutrition, vegetable and entrepreneurial containers, and help the government increase community income. The methods used in this activity are extension and training (field practice). The average pretest result regarding catfish cultivation was 35.5 and posttest 97 while the average pretest regarding kale cultivation was 36 and the average posttest was 98. This indicates that the training material can be understood by participants. Based on the evaluation of attitudes and behaviors, it was obtained that the participants of the activity had a high willingness to practice bulekang in their respective homes. This training is very useful to increase the creativity and income of citizens in pandemic times.</em></p> <p><em>&nbsp;</em></p> <p><strong><em>Keywords</em></strong><em>: food security, bulekang, zero hunger, income</em></p> <h1>DAFTAR PUSTAKA</h1> <p>Adharani, Nadya. 2021. “Pengabdian Kepada Masyarakat Melalui Budikdamber Upaya Pemenuhan Gizi Ikan Dimasa Pandemi Covid-19 Di Kelurahan Taman Baru Kecamatan Banyuwangi.” <em>Jurnal Ilmu Perikanan dan Kelautan</em> 3, no. 1: 1–7. https://doi.org/10.36526/lemuru.v3i1.1272.</p> <p>Astawan, M. 2008. “Lele Bantu Pertumbuhan Janin.” 2008. http://wilystra2007.multiply.com/%0Ajournal/item/62/Lele_Bantu_Pert%0Aumbuhan_Janin.</p> <p>Badan Ketahanan Pangan. 2019. “Indeks Ketahanan Pangan Indonesia 2019 (Food Security Index of Indonesia 2019).” <em>Food Security Bureau, Republic of Indonesia</em>, 14. http://bkp.pertanian.go.id/storage/app/media/Bahan 2020/IKP 2019 FINAL.pdf.</p> <p>Bappenas. 2021. “Study of Food Loss and Waste in Indonesia.”</p> <p>Hadiputri, T. 2021. “Pengenalan Budikdamber (Budidaya Ikan dalam Ember) untuk Ketahanan Pangan di Kecamatan Dringu Kabupaten Probolinggo” 2, no. 1: 42–45.</p> <p>Hidayati, Nurul, Pienyani Rosawanti, Fitriadi Yusuf, dan Nanang Hanafi. 2017. “Kajian Penggunaan Nutrisi Anorganik terhadap Pertumbuhan Kangkung (Ipomoea reptans Poir) Hidroponik Sistem Wick.” <em>Daun: Jurnal Ilmiah Pertanian dan Kehutanan</em> 4, no. 2: 75–81. https://doi.org/10.33084/daun.v4i2.81.</p> <p>Kesehatan, Kementerian. 2018. “Riset Kesehatan Dasar (Riskesdas).”</p> <p>Lasminingrat, L. dan Efriza. 2020. “Pembangunan Lumbung Pangan Nasional: Strategi Antisipasi Krisis Pangan Indonesia.” <em>Jurnal Pertahanan &amp; Bela Negara</em> 10, no. 3: 243. https://doi.org/10.33172/jpbh.v10i3.1053.</p> <p>Manuhara, Y., Utami, E.S &amp; Yachya, A. 2018. “Pelatihan Budidaya Sayuran Organik secara Aquaponik melalui Kegiatan Iptek bagi Masyarakat pada Peternak Lele di Desa Lebo Kabupaten Sidoarjo.” <em>Jurnal Layanan Masyarakat Universitas Airlangga</em> 2, no. 1: 12–17.</p> <p>Mardikanto, T. 1993. “Penyuluhan Pembangunan Pertanian.” In <em>Sebelas Maret University Press</em>. Surakarta.</p> <p>Pandiangan, Maruba, Jamaran Kaban, Basuki Wirjosentono, dan Jansen Silalahi. 2020. “Analisis Asam Lemak Omega 3 dan 6 pada Minyak Ikan Lele secara GC-FID.” <em>Jurnal Riset Teknologi Pangan Dan Hasil Pertanian (RETIPA)</em> 1: 22–29. https://doi.org/10.54367/retipa.v1i1.908.</p> <p>Radimer, K. 2002. “Measurement of household food security in the USA and other industrialised countries.” <em>Public Health Nutrition</em> 5, no. 6a: 859–64. https://doi.org/10.1079/phn2002385.</p> <p>Rahayu, D., A. Piranti, dan I. Sihwaningrum. 2019. “Diversivikasi Hasil Olahan Ikan Lele Di Desa Kaliwangi Kecamatan Purwojati Kabupaten Banyumas.” <em>Dinamika Journal : Pengabdian Masyarakat</em> 1, no. 1: 54–61. https://doi.org/10.20884/1.dj.2019.1.1.602.</p> <p>Sofiari, E. 2009. “Karakterisasi Kangkung Varietas Sutera berdasarkan Panduan Pengujian Individual.” <em>Buletin Plasma Nutfah</em> 15, no. 2: 4950.</p> <p>Supendi, M. dan Fajar, S. 2015. “Teknik Budidaya Yumina Sistem Aliran Atas di Bak Terpal.” <em>Buletin Teknik Literatur Akuakultur</em> 13, no. 1: 101–6.</p> <p>Suratha, I. 2015. “Krisis Petani Berdampak pada Ketahanan Pangan di Indonesia.” <em>Media Komunikasi Geografi</em> 16, no. 1: 67–80.</p> <p>Suryana, Achmad. 2014. “Menuju Ketahanan Pangan Indonesia Berkelanjutan 2025: Tantangan dan Penanganannya.” <em>Forum penelitian Agro Ekonomi</em> 32, no. 2: 123–35. https://doi.org/10.21082/fae.v32n2.2014.123-135.</p> <p>Susetya, I., dan Z. Harahap. 2018. “Aplikasi Budikdamer (Budidaya Ikan lele dalam Ember) untuk Keterbatasan Lahan Budidaya di Kota Medan.” <em>Abdimas Talenta</em> 3, no. 2: 416–20.</p> <p>Swardana, Ardli. 2020. “Optimalisasi Lahan Pekarangan Sebagai Salah Satu Upaya Pencegahan Krisis Pangan di Masa Pandemi Covid-19.” <em>Jagros : Jurnal Agroteknologi dan Sains (Journal of Agrotechnology Science)</em> 4, no. 2: 246. https://doi.org/10.52434/jagros.v4i2.922.</p> <p>Talun, PNPM MPD Kecamatan. 2011. “Profil Desa Pasirharjo.” 2011. http://pnpmmpd-talun.blogspot.com/2011/11/profil-desa-pasirharjo.html.</p> <p>Ubaidillah, A., dan W. Hersoelistyorini. 2010. “Kadar Protein Dan Sifat Organoleptik Nugget Rajungan Dengan Substitusi Ikan Lele (Clarias Gariepinus).” <em>Jurnal Pangan dan Gizi</em> 1, no. 2: 116029. https://doi.org/10.26714/jpg.1.2.2010.</p> <p>Unit, The Economist Intelligence. 2021. “Global Food Security Index.”</p> <p>Zaki. 2009. “Budi Daya Ikan Lele (Clarias batrachus).”</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> Nurina Hasanatuludhhiyah, Alissa Qodrunnada Copyright (c) 2022 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 https://e-journal.unair.ac.id/jlm/article/view/34987 Wed, 30 Mar 2022 00:00:00 +0000 IMPROVING HUMAN RESOURCES FOR FIELD OFFICERS IN ANIMAL HEALTH HANDLING SERVICES AND ARTIFICIAL INSEMINATION IN PULANG PISAU REGENCY, CENTRAL KALIMANTAN https://e-journal.unair.ac.id/jlm/article/view/34988 <p>The community service at Universitas Airlangga in Pulang Pisau Regency, Central Kalimantan aims to increase the capacity of field officers of Pulang Pisau's Agricultural Service regarding artificial insemination and livestock health management. The method used in achieving these goals is through socialization and training on artificial insemination and handling livestock health. These activities include: counseling and training on artificial insemination techniques and the handling of reproductive disorders and disease management in beef cattle. The results of the community service evaluation show that in general the knowledge of the community service participants has increased compared to before this activity was carried out. This can be seen from the results of the questionnaires that have been filled out by the participants. The number of participants who knew about the types of livestock reproductive disorders and good AI techniques increased from 66.7% to 90.5%. Likewise, the knowledge of participants about the types of animal health disorders and how to properly handle them before the activity was 71.4% and after the activity increased to 95.2%.</p> <p><strong>Key words</strong>: field officers, animal health, artificial insemination, Pulang Pisau Regency</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>DAFTAR PUSTAKA</strong></p> <p>Arianti, N., Inggriati, N.W.T., Sarini N.P<em>. </em>(2020). Hubungan antara Karakteristik Inseminator dengan Keberhasilan Inseminasi Buatan pada Ternak Sapi di Kabupaten Tabanan. Peternakan Tropika<em>, </em>8: 1-15.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>Arisandi, R. (2017). Evaluasi Keberhasilan Inseminasi Buatan di Kecamatan Tombolopao Kabupaten Gowa. [Skripsi]. Universitas Islam Negeri Alauddin Makassar.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>Dharmayudha, A.A.G.O<em>., </em>Anthara<em>, </em>M.S., Sukada, I.M., Ardana, I.B.K. (2019). Pelayanan Kesehatan dan Pemberantasan Penyakit Ternak Sapi Bali dalam Mendukung Program Swasembada Daging Sapi di Desa Buruan Blahbatuh Gianyar. Buletin Udayana&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; Mengabdi, 18: 95-98.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>Badan Pusat Statistik Dinas Pertanian dan Peternakan Provinsi Kalimantan Tengah. (2018). <u>https://kalteng.bps.go.id/</u> [diakses pada 24 Februari 2021].</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>Herawati, T., Anggraeni, A., Praharani, L., Utami, D., Argiris, A. (2012). Peran Inseminator dalam Keberhasilan Inseminasi Buatan pada Sapi Perah. Informatika Pertanian<em>, </em>21: 81-88.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>Labetubun, J., Parera, F., Saiya, S. (2014). Evaluasi Pelaksanaan Inseminasi Buatan pada &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;Sapi Bali di Kabupaten Halmahera Utara. Agrinimal&nbsp;Vol. 4 No. 1 : 22-27.</p> Sunaryo Hadi Warsito, Herry Agoes Hermadi, Nanik Hidayatik, Mirni Lamid Copyright (c) 2022 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 https://e-journal.unair.ac.id/jlm/article/view/34988 Wed, 30 Mar 2022 00:00:00 +0000 INCREASING PUBLIC PARTICIPATION TO PREVENT THE SPREAD OF COVID-19 IN DUKUH KUPANG SURABAYA https://e-journal.unair.ac.id/jlm/article/view/34990 <p><em>Novel Coronavirus 2019 (covid-19) is a generation of the coronavirus that humans have never identified. This virus was first reported to cause an outbreak in Wuhan, China, in December 2019. Until now, covid-19 infection cases have been reported in many countries, such as Thailand, Japan, South Korea, Iran, Italy, Germany, and more than 90 countries worldwide. Until November 1, 2020, a total of </em><em>412.784 </em><em>positive cases of covid-19 were recorded, with </em><em>341.942 </em><em>recovered patients and </em><em>13.943 </em><em>deaths in Indonesia. The purpose of this event is to anticipate the spread of Covid-19 by reminding the public to maintain health protocols and other alternatives in preserving health, also increasing body immunity through massage and traditional Indonesian herbal medicine. This event received a good response from the public. It was evidenced by the number of participants exceeding the predetermined quota and enthusiastic in following the speaker's material. The event was a success and was well received by the participants as well as the local government. After following this event, participants can practise the knowledge obtained from the presenters to maintain and protect their health and immunity from Covid-19.</em></p> <p><strong><em>Keywords:</em></strong><em> Covid-19, Community service, body immunity</em></p> <p><strong>DAFTAR PUSTAKA</strong></p> <p>Amri, Sofan. Iif Khoiru Ahmadi. 2010. <em>Proses Pembelajaran Kreatif dan Inovatif Dalam Kelas: Metode, Landasan Teoritis-Praktis dan Penerapannya</em>. Jakarta: PT. Prestasi Pustakaraya.</p> <p>Badan Pusat Statistik Kota Surabaya. “Jumlah RT RW Kecamatan Dukuh Pakis Menurut Kelurahan Tahun 2017”. surabayakota.bps.go.id. https://surabayakota.bps.go.id/statictable/2018/04/19/594/jumlah-rt-rw-kecamatan-dukuh-pakis-menurut-kelurahan-tahun-2017.html. (diakses 15 Desember 2020).</p> <p>Huang C, Wang Y, Li X, Ren L, Zhao J, Hu Y, Zhang L, Fan G, Xu J, Gu X, Cheng Z. 2020. “Clinical features of patients infected with 2019 novel coronavirus in Wuhan, China”. <em>Lancet 2020: 395: 497-506</em>. doi: https://doi.org/10.1016/S0140-6736(20)30183-5.</p> <p>Kementerian Kesehatan Republik Indonesia. 2020. <em>Pedoman Kesiapsiagaan Menghadapi </em><em>Coronavirus Disease</em><em> (covid-19)</em>. Jakarta: Direktorat Jenderal Pencegahan dan Pengendalian Penyakit (P2P).</p> <p>Komite Penanganan Covid-19 dan Pemulihan Ekonomi Nasional. “Pasien Sembuh Harian Mencapai 4.141 Orang”. covid19.go.id. https://covid19.go.id/berita/pasien-sembuh-harian-mencapai-4141-orang. (diakses 15 Desember 2020).</p> <p>Kumar, M., &amp; Dwivedi, S. 2020. “Impact of Coronavirus Imposed Lockdown on Indian Population and their Habits”. <em>International Journal of Science and Healthcare Research Vol.5 Issue: 2: April-June 2020</em>. ISSN: 2455-7587.</p> <p>Li, S., Wang, Y., Xue, J., Zhao, N., &amp; Zhu, T. 2020. “The impact of covid-19 epidemic declaration on psychological consequences: A study on active weibo users”. <em>International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 17(6), 1–9</em>. doi: https://doi.org/10.3390/ijerph17062032.</p> <p>Pemerintah Kota Surabaya, “Statistik”. lawancovid-19.surabaya.go.id. https://lawancovid-19.surabaya.go.id/visualisasi/graph. (diakses 15 Desember 2020).</p> <p>Rizma Riyandi. “Data Kecamatan Surabaya: Dukuh Pakis, Penduduk dan Wilayah”. ayosurabaya.com. https://www.ayosurabaya.com/read/2020/09/28/3230/data-kecamatan-surabaya-dukuh-pakis-penduduk-dan-wilayah. (diakses 15 Desember 2020).</p> <p>Zhu N, Zhang D, Wang W, Li X, Yang B, Song J, Zhao X, Huang B, Shi W, Lu R, Niu P. 2020. “A novel coronavirus from patients with pneumonia in China, 2019”. <em>New England Journal of Medicine 2020: 382: 727-733</em>. doi: 10.1056/NEJMoa2001017</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> Winarno, Deny Arifianto, Myrna Adianti, Eva Inaiyah Agustin, Sisca Dina Nur Nahdliyah, Elsyea Adia Tunggadewi, Ali Suryaperdana Agoes Copyright (c) 2022 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 https://e-journal.unair.ac.id/jlm/article/view/34990 Wed, 30 Mar 2022 00:00:00 +0000