Abstract Ref Number = APCP1230
FACTORS CORRELATING WITH THE IMMUNIZATION COMPLETENESS FOR CHILDREN UNDER 5 YEARS IN KARANGBAWANG VILLAGE REMBANG PURBALINGGA
UMI SOLIKHAH,Pipit Astini,Supriyadi
Universitas Muhammadiyah Purwokerto
Background : Nowadays, Indonesia is the fourth biggest country in the word with the number of the children who are not immunized. The government requires the kids to have seven basic immunization again seven severe diseases, that are tuberculosis, Diphtheria, Tetanus, Polio, Measles, and Hepatitis B included in the Development Program of Basic Immunization. The immunization are BCG, DPT, Polio, Measles, and Hepatitis B immunization as the prevention against many disease is an inevitably need in term of the implementation. This research aims to find out the factors correlated with the immunization completeness for the babies-under 5 years in Public Health Center in Karangbawang village in Rembang Purbalingga.
Material : The method used was analytical descriptive using cross sectional approach with simple random sampling technique. The total of the sample was 30 respondents from the population 107 children. The data analysis was by uni variate and bi variate using chi-square analysis.
Results : The research result showed a correlation between the knowledge with the immunization completeness (p-value 0,002), a correlation between the mother’s manner with immunization completeness (p-value 0,003), and a correlation between the mileage with immunization completeness (p-value 0,001).
Conclusions : The better the mother's knowledge and attitude, the more complete immunization. The more active the health worker’s are the complete immunization of infants. The closer the distance, the more complete the immunization.
Keywords: knowledge health worker's mileage immunization