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  • Publication . Article . 2022
    Open Access
    Authors: 
    Idauli Simbolon;
    Publisher: Universitas Padjadjaran

    Background: COVID-19 is a respiratory infection that has claimed the lives of many people. It caused many changes in society; it impacted physically, emotionally, and most of all socially. The impact can be light or severe, depending on the severity of the diseases and the individual ability to cope with the disease. Although many died from this disease, many also survived. Purpose: This study aims to explore the experiences of COVID-19 survivors. The results of this study can be used as actual information to all levels of society in understanding the COVID-19 phenomenon. Methods: This study is a qualitative study with a phenomenological approach. The population is COVID-19 survivors with 14 participants that have been selected by snowballing technique. Result: Survivors of COVID-19 experience physiological, psychological, social and spiritual impacts. The treatment received by the survivors is based on the symptoms experienced and fluid therapy to maintain fluid balance for patients who do not have a good appetite, and as a course of injection drugs. Survivors received support and comfort from doctors, nurses, family, friends, co-workers, superiors, and even from students. It was also found that the survivors admitted that suffering from COVID-19 they experienced a closer relationship with their family, more care and attention. It was also found that there was a last request if the survivor died. Survivors express the meaning of life felt by survivors of COVID-19 as a bitter experience, and a second chance that must be used to as full an extent as possible. There were also recommendations from the survivors. Conclusion: There were 19 categories e found and put into six themes, namely the impact of exposure to COVID-19, treatment and remedies, support and comfort, interpersonal relationships, will and the essence of life

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    González, Carlos Raúl Navarro; Yanet Villarreal González; Zepeda, Pedro Alberto Escárcega; Alarcon, Rigoberto Zamora;
    Publisher: Zenodo

    An investigation was made to evaluate the environmental ergonomics factors that had an effect on the operative yielding of workers of manufacturing areas of the electronics industry in two cities in the Baja California State of the Mexican Republic, such as the cities of Mexicali and Tijuana, located in the northwest of Mexico. These two cities represented in this scientific study two type of regions: arid in Mexicali and marine in Tijuana, and with this was made a comparative analysis, including the principal factors of the environmental ergonomics such as climate parameters (relative humidity and temperature), noise and vibrations of industrial machinery, level of luminosity in indoors of the ten industrial plants of the industrial electronics, which were evaluated .Also was analyzed presence of bad odors and inorganic air pollutants (derived from sulfur, nitrogen and carbon) and organic pollutants as microorganisms, provided from the enormous vehicular traffic and large number of industries in both cities. The presence of air pollutants mentioned above, caused the generation of Acute Respiratory Infection (ARI) in workers of the manufacturing areas and with this the productivity and quality levels decreased, due to the absence of experienced workers, and need use inexpert people that was making errors and with this, defective products manufactured. This investigation was made from 2018 to 2020, where in 2020 was made with a strict regulation by the presence of the Covid 19 pandemic.

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Fatma Nofriza; Dony Darma Sagita; Fitniwilis Fitniwilis; Vriesthia Meilyawati; Ahmad Yunus;
    Publisher: Iain Batusangkar

    Academic burnout among FKIP UHAMKA students will be analyzed based on gender. A descriptive approach is utilized in the quantitative research methodology. A sample of 307 students was chosen from the 6,544 total pupils who participated in the research. According to the study's findings, academic burnout can be classified according to a person's gender. The researchers discovered that male students fell into the low category, scoring 75% in sub-variable exhaustions, 61% in cynicism, and 50% in inefficacy. Additionally, the majority of female students fall into the low category, with percentage values in the subvariables for weariness (76%), cynicism (63%), and inefficacy (64%) all falling into the low range. Thus, it can be said that both male and female students at FKIP UHAMKA have low levels of academic burnout.

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Iyn-Hyang Lee; Nam Kyung Je;
    Publisher: The Korean College of Clinical Pharmacy
  • Authors: 
    Katbi Moses; Bello Maryam; Adeoye Oluwatosin; Adedoyin Adefisayo; Ukaere Amalachukwu; Goldstein Rachel; Klindera Kent; Faturiyele Iyiola; Meri Helina; Swomen Homsuk; +1 more
    Publisher: ClinMed International Library
  • Authors: 
    Ankush Balasaheb Kolhe;
    Publisher: Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishing
  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Gita, Gita Yolantika;
    Publisher: Universitas Pahlawan Tuanku Tambusai

    Latar Belakang: Kehamilan adalah masa atau waktu sejak dinyatakan tumbuhnya janin dalam rahim, sampai 38 minggu berikutnya, yang mengalami perubahan seperti fisiologis dan psikologis Tujuan: Untuk mengetahui hubungan tingkat pengetahuan tentang covid-19 dengan kecemasan ibu hamil dimasa pandemi di Wilayah Kerja Puskesmas Sitiung 1 Kabupaten Dharmasraya tahun 2022 Metode: Metode penelitian suvey analitik dengan desain cross sectional. Jumlah sampel 45 responden, tektik sampel dengan Purposive Sampling. Data dianalisis menggunakan uji statistik Chi Square. Hasil: Terdapat bahwa pada ibu hamil yang tidak mengalami kecemasan terdapat hampir setengahnya yaitu 18 orang (40%) memiliki pengetahuan baik sedangkan yang sebagian kecil yaitu 8 orang (17,8%) memiliki pengetahuan baik. Berdasarkan hasil uji Chi Square diperoleh nilai p value yaitu 0,309 > 0,05 artinya bahwa tidak terdapat hubungan yang signifikan antara pengetahuan ibu hamil tentang covid-19 dengan kecemasan ibu hamil dimasa pandemi. Kesimpulan: Berdasarkan hasil uji chi square tidak terdapat hubungan yang signifikan antara pengetahuan ibu hamil tentang covid-19 dengan kecemasan ibu hamil dimasa pandemi.

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Jemmyson Romário De Jesus;
    Publisher: Proteomass Scientific Society

    Background: SARS-CoV-2 virus is currently one of the main causes of death worldwide. Several studies have suggested that various trace elements play a vital role in the immune activity during viral infection, being an important tool to understand the SARS-CoV-2 infection and its systemic behavior, which affects different organs. Purpose: To summarize recent studies that report the effect of trace elements on the immune system and their role in fighting SARS-CoV-2 infection, presenting potential biochemical routes. Method: The main databases (ScienceDirect®, Scopus®, PubMed®) were consulted to search for works published up to October 2022, focusing on the role of trace elements in the immune activity against viral infection, including SARS-CoV-2. Conclusion: Many elements can act both in the activation of the host’s immune activity and in the survival of the virus since these processes occur with the participation of essential metals to guarantee the integrity of their functions. However, the relationship between trace elements and viral infection is complex, and requires further studies, mainly, focusing on the systemic behavior of SARS-CoV-2 infection.

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Fitria Noviati; Kiki Rizki Makiya; Meiana Maulida Hikmawati;
    Publisher: Universitas Mataram

    Approaching a three-year mark since the onset of Covid-19 pandemic, tourism remains in the forefront of Indonesia’s overall recovery strategy, along with the micro, small and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs) that have also been the backbone of the country’s economy. The field of community-based tourism (CBT), which has developed around the growth of these MSMEs, has increasingly gained traction in the Indonesian tourism research community in the past decade or so. However, there remains a great deal to be explored, particularly in relation to attaining sustainability in the face of global crisis such as the Covid-19 pandemic. This study aims to analyze the role of MSMEs in enhancing CBT, focusing on their business strategies prior to and following the onset of the pandemic. A descriptive qualitative method is utilized by means of content analysis and literature review, both from primary and secondary sources. The resulting analysis reveals that the role of MSMEs significantly contribute to enhance community-based tourism strategy before and after the pandemic. The study also reveals that following the Covid-19 pandemic, MSMEs’ business and development strategies shifted toward increasing and improving utilization of digital technology and literacy across all MSME sectors.

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Gregory Eady; Anne Rasmussen;
    Publisher: Springer Science and Business Media LLC
    Project: EC | ADVODID (864648)

    AbstractThe COVID-19 pandemic is viewed by many as the biggest global crisis since WWII and had profound effects on the daily lives of people and decision-making worldwide. Using the pandemic as a system-wide agenda shock, we employ a difference-in-differences design to estimate its causal effects on inequalities in political access, and social media prominence among business interests and NGOs. Our argument is twofold. First, the urgency and uncertainty of crises incentivized decision-makers to privilege providing access to business groups over securing inclusivity in the types of interests consulted. Second, NGOs compensated by increasing prominence in public communications. Our analysis of data from over 10,000 interest groups from over 100 countries registered in the European Union supports these hypotheses. Business interests successfully capitalized on the crisis in insider access, while NGOs increased prominence on social media. The results have wider implications for understanding how large-scale crises affect inequalities in representation.

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  • Publication . Article . 2022
    Open Access
    Authors: 
    Idauli Simbolon;
    Publisher: Universitas Padjadjaran

    Background: COVID-19 is a respiratory infection that has claimed the lives of many people. It caused many changes in society; it impacted physically, emotionally, and most of all socially. The impact can be light or severe, depending on the severity of the diseases and the individual ability to cope with the disease. Although many died from this disease, many also survived. Purpose: This study aims to explore the experiences of COVID-19 survivors. The results of this study can be used as actual information to all levels of society in understanding the COVID-19 phenomenon. Methods: This study is a qualitative study with a phenomenological approach. The population is COVID-19 survivors with 14 participants that have been selected by snowballing technique. Result: Survivors of COVID-19 experience physiological, psychological, social and spiritual impacts. The treatment received by the survivors is based on the symptoms experienced and fluid therapy to maintain fluid balance for patients who do not have a good appetite, and as a course of injection drugs. Survivors received support and comfort from doctors, nurses, family, friends, co-workers, superiors, and even from students. It was also found that the survivors admitted that suffering from COVID-19 they experienced a closer relationship with their family, more care and attention. It was also found that there was a last request if the survivor died. Survivors express the meaning of life felt by survivors of COVID-19 as a bitter experience, and a second chance that must be used to as full an extent as possible. There were also recommendations from the survivors. Conclusion: There were 19 categories e found and put into six themes, namely the impact of exposure to COVID-19, treatment and remedies, support and comfort, interpersonal relationships, will and the essence of life

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    González, Carlos Raúl Navarro; Yanet Villarreal González; Zepeda, Pedro Alberto Escárcega; Alarcon, Rigoberto Zamora;
    Publisher: Zenodo

    An investigation was made to evaluate the environmental ergonomics factors that had an effect on the operative yielding of workers of manufacturing areas of the electronics industry in two cities in the Baja California State of the Mexican Republic, such as the cities of Mexicali and Tijuana, located in the northwest of Mexico. These two cities represented in this scientific study two type of regions: arid in Mexicali and marine in Tijuana, and with this was made a comparative analysis, including the principal factors of the environmental ergonomics such as climate parameters (relative humidity and temperature), noise and vibrations of industrial machinery, level of luminosity in indoors of the ten industrial plants of the industrial electronics, which were evaluated .Also was analyzed presence of bad odors and inorganic air pollutants (derived from sulfur, nitrogen and carbon) and organic pollutants as microorganisms, provided from the enormous vehicular traffic and large number of industries in both cities. The presence of air pollutants mentioned above, caused the generation of Acute Respiratory Infection (ARI) in workers of the manufacturing areas and with this the productivity and quality levels decreased, due to the absence of experienced workers, and need use inexpert people that was making errors and with this, defective products manufactured. This investigation was made from 2018 to 2020, where in 2020 was made with a strict regulation by the presence of the Covid 19 pandemic.

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Fatma Nofriza; Dony Darma Sagita; Fitniwilis Fitniwilis; Vriesthia Meilyawati; Ahmad Yunus;
    Publisher: Iain Batusangkar

    Academic burnout among FKIP UHAMKA students will be analyzed based on gender. A descriptive approach is utilized in the quantitative research methodology. A sample of 307 students was chosen from the 6,544 total pupils who participated in the research. According to the study's findings, academic burnout can be classified according to a person's gender. The researchers discovered that male students fell into the low category, scoring 75% in sub-variable exhaustions, 61% in cynicism, and 50% in inefficacy. Additionally, the majority of female students fall into the low category, with percentage values in the subvariables for weariness (76%), cynicism (63%), and inefficacy (64%) all falling into the low range. Thus, it can be said that both male and female students at FKIP UHAMKA have low levels of academic burnout.

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Iyn-Hyang Lee; Nam Kyung Je;
    Publisher: The Korean College of Clinical Pharmacy
  • Authors: 
    Katbi Moses; Bello Maryam; Adeoye Oluwatosin; Adedoyin Adefisayo; Ukaere Amalachukwu; Goldstein Rachel; Klindera Kent; Faturiyele Iyiola; Meri Helina; Swomen Homsuk; +1 more
    Publisher: ClinMed International Library
  • Authors: 
    Ankush Balasaheb Kolhe;
    Publisher: Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishing
  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Gita, Gita Yolantika;
    Publisher: Universitas Pahlawan Tuanku Tambusai

    Latar Belakang: Kehamilan adalah masa atau waktu sejak dinyatakan tumbuhnya janin dalam rahim, sampai 38 minggu berikutnya, yang mengalami perubahan seperti fisiologis dan psikologis Tujuan: Untuk mengetahui hubungan tingkat pengetahuan tentang covid-19 dengan kecemasan ibu hamil dimasa pandemi di Wilayah Kerja Puskesmas Sitiung 1 Kabupaten Dharmasraya tahun 2022 Metode: Metode penelitian suvey analitik dengan desain cross sectional. Jumlah sampel 45 responden, tektik sampel dengan Purposive Sampling. Data dianalisis menggunakan uji statistik Chi Square. Hasil: Terdapat bahwa pada ibu hamil yang tidak mengalami kecemasan terdapat hampir setengahnya yaitu 18 orang (40%) memiliki pengetahuan baik sedangkan yang sebagian kecil yaitu 8 orang (17,8%) memiliki pengetahuan baik. Berdasarkan hasil uji Chi Square diperoleh nilai p value yaitu 0,309 > 0,05 artinya bahwa tidak terdapat hubungan yang signifikan antara pengetahuan ibu hamil tentang covid-19 dengan kecemasan ibu hamil dimasa pandemi. Kesimpulan: Berdasarkan hasil uji chi square tidak terdapat hubungan yang signifikan antara pengetahuan ibu hamil tentang covid-19 dengan kecemasan ibu hamil dimasa pandemi.

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Jemmyson Romário De Jesus;
    Publisher: Proteomass Scientific Society

    Background: SARS-CoV-2 virus is currently one of the main causes of death worldwide. Several studies have suggested that various trace elements play a vital role in the immune activity during viral infection, being an important tool to understand the SARS-CoV-2 infection and its systemic behavior, which affects different organs. Purpose: To summarize recent studies that report the effect of trace elements on the immune system and their role in fighting SARS-CoV-2 infection, presenting potential biochemical routes. Method: The main databases (ScienceDirect®, Scopus®, PubMed®) were consulted to search for works published up to October 2022, focusing on the role of trace elements in the immune activity against viral infection, including SARS-CoV-2. Conclusion: Many elements can act both in the activation of the host’s immune activity and in the survival of the virus since these processes occur with the participation of essential metals to guarantee the integrity of their functions. However, the relationship between trace elements and viral infection is complex, and requires further studies, mainly, focusing on the systemic behavior of SARS-CoV-2 infection.

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Fitria Noviati; Kiki Rizki Makiya; Meiana Maulida Hikmawati;
    Publisher: Universitas Mataram

    Approaching a three-year mark since the onset of Covid-19 pandemic, tourism remains in the forefront of Indonesia’s overall recovery strategy, along with the micro, small and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs) that have also been the backbone of the country’s economy. The field of community-based tourism (CBT), which has developed around the growth of these MSMEs, has increasingly gained traction in the Indonesian tourism research community in the past decade or so. However, there remains a great deal to be explored, particularly in relation to attaining sustainability in the face of global crisis such as the Covid-19 pandemic. This study aims to analyze the role of MSMEs in enhancing CBT, focusing on their business strategies prior to and following the onset of the pandemic. A descriptive qualitative method is utilized by means of content analysis and literature review, both from primary and secondary sources. The resulting analysis reveals that the role of MSMEs significantly contribute to enhance community-based tourism strategy before and after the pandemic. The study also reveals that following the Covid-19 pandemic, MSMEs’ business and development strategies shifted toward increasing and improving utilization of digital technology and literacy across all MSME sectors.

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Gregory Eady; Anne Rasmussen;
    Publisher: Springer Science and Business Media LLC
    Project: EC | ADVODID (864648)

    AbstractThe COVID-19 pandemic is viewed by many as the biggest global crisis since WWII and had profound effects on the daily lives of people and decision-making worldwide. Using the pandemic as a system-wide agenda shock, we employ a difference-in-differences design to estimate its causal effects on inequalities in political access, and social media prominence among business interests and NGOs. Our argument is twofold. First, the urgency and uncertainty of crises incentivized decision-makers to privilege providing access to business groups over securing inclusivity in the types of interests consulted. Second, NGOs compensated by increasing prominence in public communications. Our analysis of data from over 10,000 interest groups from over 100 countries registered in the European Union supports these hypotheses. Business interests successfully capitalized on the crisis in insider access, while NGOs increased prominence on social media. The results have wider implications for understanding how large-scale crises affect inequalities in representation.