Effectiveness Health Education Use Speech And Disccusion Methods Concerning On Narcotic Danger For Students Of 9th Class In Smp N I Banyudono

  • Ari Kustati
  • Atik Aryani
  • Wahyu Bintoro

Abstract

Background :There is 4 million people (2.18%) of Indonesian are narcotic user population 10-59 years old, from 4 million there are 1.6 million are trial stage, 1.4
interview with teacher of SMP N I Banyudono, at this school was given narcotic counseling for from 10 students of 9th class, 5 students are have good knowledge about narcotic and the denger, 3 students know enough and 2 others was less. Purpose : To know about effectiveness health education use speech and discussion
methods conserning on narcotic danger for students of 9th class in SMP N I Banyudono. Metods : This research used Quasy Experimental Design. The approached Method was pretest-postest design. The population of the research were students of 9 th Class SMP N I Banyudono which amount 217 students consisted of 7 class, sampling technique use simple random sampling with the sample of the 31 students. The analysis of data used paired T Test. Results : The result of statistic research, increased of mean value on speech methods with t sampling pair was 15.81%, group used disscusion methods increased 19.73%. The conclusion was effectiveness of increasing students knowledge used disscuion methods was larger than speech methods. Summary : Health education about the danger of narcotic must be continued and given
early to prevent abuse of narcotic on teenagers

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Published
2017-04-16
How to Cite
KUSTATI, Ari; ARYANI, Atik; BINTORO, Wahyu. Effectiveness Health Education Use Speech And Disccusion Methods Concerning On Narcotic Danger For Students Of 9th Class In Smp N I Banyudono. JURNAL ILMU KEPERAWATAN INDONESIA (JIKI), [S.l.], v. 10, n. 1, apr. 2017. ISSN 1979-8261. Available at: <http://jurnal.usahidsolo.ac.id/index.php/JIKI/article/view/191>. Date accessed: 08 aug. 2020.

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