Workshop Analisis Data Sekunder SKDI

Ingin punya publikasi nangkring di Scopus Q1?

Gak punya waktu mencari data primer ke lapangan?

Ingin menggunakan data sekunder kesehatan yang gratis dengan berbagai macam variabel?

Ingin lebih produktif lagi dalam menulis?

Gunakan data besar Kesehatan DHS.

Bergabunglah dengan program kami:

Demographic Health Survey Indonesian Fellows 2019

Beberapa naskah yang sudah terbit di Scopus Q1 dengan menggunakan data besar Kesehatan DHS:

1. Sebayang SK, Efendi F, Astutik E. (2019). Women’s Empowerment and the Use of Antenatal Care Services: Analysis of Demographic Health Surveys in Five Southeast Asian Countries. Women & Health. 

2. Berliana SM, Utami ED, Efendi F,Kurniati A. (2018). Premarital Sex Initiation and the Time Interval to First Marriage Among Indonesians, Bulletin of Indonesian Economic Studies, 54:2, 215-232

3. Kurniati, A., Chen, C. M., Efendi, F., Elizabeth Ku, L. J., & Berliana, S. M. (2017). Suami SIAGA: male engagement in maternal health in Indonesia. Health policy and planning, 32(8), 1203-1211.

4. Cronin, A. A., Sebayang, S. K., Torlesse, H., & Nandy, R. (2016). Association of safe disposal of child feces and reported diarrhea in Indonesia: need for stronger focus on a neglected risk. International journal of environmental research and public health, 13(3), 310.

Syarat peserta workshop:

  • Memiliki laptop yang telah diinstall software STATA (versi 13 ke atas)
  • Menyelesaikan penugasan pra-workshop
  • Fasilitas: 2x coffee break dan lunch selama workshop, e-certificate.

Kuota peserta terbatas! Segera daftar di bit.ly/PendaftaranDHS

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Association between insomnia and social network site use in Indonesian adolescents

© 2018 Wiley Periodicals, Inc. Objectives: Sleep deprivation can cause serious physical and mental problems. Although sleep deprivation among adolescents is not a new phenomenon, this problem has recently gained more attention due to the frequent use of smartphones. This study aimed to explain the correlations among family support, academic stress, social network site (SNS) use, and insomnia in adolescents. Methods: This cross-sectional study included 180 adolescents aged 16 to 17 years, with simple random sampling. This study used a questionnaire that included the frequency and duration of social media use, reasons for using social media, family support, academic stress, and insomnia. Data were analyzed using multiple logistic regression with a degree of significance at P < 0.05. Results: This study showed that insomnia was associated with duration of SNS use (P = 0.011), reasons of SNS usage (P = 0.004), and academic stress (P = 0.013). The frequency of SNS use (P = 0.645), types of SNS (P = 0.965), and family support (P = 0.150) were not associated with insomnia in adolescents. Conclusions: The reasons of SNS usage, duration of SNS usage, and academic stress are major factors associated with insomnia in adolescents. These components should be embedded in multicomponent educational intervention addressed to both adolescents and parents to reduce insomnia.