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Articles by Hidayat Syarief
Total Records ( 3 ) for Hidayat Syarief
  Ali Khomsan , Merita , Faisal Anwar , Dadang Sukandar , Hadi Riyadi , Tin Herawati , Anna Fatchiya , Mira Dewi , Siti Madanijah and Hidayat Syarief
  The success of an Integrated Service Post (Posyandu) program can be seen by its service quality. However, there are not many studies that analyze the impacts of nutritional education on the service quality of posyandus and the sustainability of the nutritional education program at posyandus. Thus, the objectives of this study were to analyze the posyandu cadre’s perception and to see the impact of nutritional education on the service quality at the posyandus. The design of this study was a quasi-experimental one. It was conducted from January 2012 to September 2013. Four villages in Bogor, West Java were selected as the research locations. The subjects were the posyandu cadres and the toddlers’ mothers in the posyandus. The results showed that counseling and supplemental feeding needed to be improved at the posyandus. The nutritional education had a significant effect to the service quality of the posyandus (p<0.05). After the follow-up, there was a decline in the satisfaction level of the toddlers’ mothers but that was still better than at the baseline. This means that, the nutritional education and provision of the facilities are sustainable and able to improve the service quality of the posyandus when continuously given by the cadres.

  Nova Khairunnisa , Hidayat Syarief and Siti Madanijah
  The objective of this study was to analyze the association between smoking habits, physical activity, added sugar consumption and nutritional status with plasma malondialdehyde (MDA) and blood glucose levels in adults. This was a cross-sectional study and a total of 102 adults (47 men and 55 women) participated in this study. Pearson correlation test was used to analyze the correlations between variables in this study. The results showed that most of the participants were smokers (50%), physically inactive people (61.2%), overweight/obese (46.6%) and had high consumption of added sugars (60.2%). More than 30% of participants had high MDA and blood glucose levels. There were significant associations between smoking habits and plasma MDA levels (p<0.05, r = 0.65); consumption of added sugars and blood glucose levels (p<0.05, r = 0.24); nutritional status (BMI) and blood glucose levels (p<0.05, r = 0.43); as well as plasma MDA and blood glucose levels (p<0.05, r = 0.51) of the participants. There was no significant association between physical activity level and blood glucose levels. This study implied that variabels which were significantly associated with participants’ blood glucose levels were nutritional status, consumption of added sugars and plasma MDA levels.
  Besti Verawati , Siti Madanijah and Hidayat Syarief
  The aim of the study was to analyze the effect of nutritional education, physical activity and dietary fibre intake on nutritional status of obese students in integrated Islamic Elementary School, Bogor. Quasi-experimental study design was used with a total of 84 students from three integrated Islamic elementary school in Bogor as samples. The samples were divided into three groups, group A with nutritional education and physical activity intervention, group B with nutritional education and fibre source interventions and group C with nutritional education, physical activity and fibre source interventions. The results indicated that nutritional knowledge and fibre intake increased in all, physical activity increased in group A and C and Body Mass Index (BMI) by age decreased in all groups. Paired sample t-test indicated that nutritional knowledge and fibre intake between three groups were significantly different (p<0.05) while physical activity and BMI by age between group A and C were also significantly different (p<0.05). ANOVA tests indicated that physical activity, fibre intake and BMI by age were significantly different between all groups. ANCOVA test showed nutritional education and physical activity decreased BMI for age.
 
 
 
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