Vol. 5 No. 1 (2021): JHSP Vol 5 No 1 - 2021
JHSP Vol 5 No 1 - 2021

JHSP is an Open Access, blind peer-reviewed, biannual journal in the field of public health sciences and prevention. The journal aims to stimulate the dissemination of knowledge in the public health field, to improve the efficacy, effectiveness, and efficiency of public health interventions for improving populations health outcomes. JHSP publish by Health Science Consortium of UIN Sunan Ampel Surabaya in collaboration with PERSAKMI. In this issue, we discuss public health, preventive and social medicine as the primary publication topic. This edition contains various articles in medication management hospital, stunting in toddler, behaviour and environmental of Leptospirosis, infection prevention and control, diabetes mellitus, metabolic syndrome, post partum depression, environmental and COVID-19.


Sirajudin, Adji Prayitno Setiadi, Yosi Irawati Wibowo, Eko Setiawan
1 - 9
Quantitative Analysis of Medication Management and Use in Bima Regional Public Hospital
Andi Sastria Ahmad, Abdul Azis, Fadli
10 - 14
Analysis of Risk Factors for the Incidence of Stunting in Toddlers
Fransisca Putri Intan Damalia, Atik Choirul Hidajah, Agus Ardiyansyah
15 - 22
Characteristics, Behavior, and Environmental Conditions Residence of Leptospirosis Patients in the District of Probolinggo
Safira Anis Rahmawati, Inge Dhamanti
23 - 32
Infections Prevention and Control (IPC) Programs in Hospitals
Rizki Nurmalya Kardina, Kartika Yuliani, Farah Nuriannisa
33 - 39
Lactobacillus and Bifidobacterium Bacteria Profile in Healthy People and People with Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus
Rahma Listyandini, Fenti Dewi Pertiwi, Dian Puspa Riana, Widya Asih Lestari
40 - 48
The Dominant factor of metabolic syndrome among office workers
Estiningtyas, Anindhita Yudha Cahyaningtyas
49 - 57
Determinants of Postpartum Depression In Rural Area, Central Java, Indonesia
Yura Witsqa Firmansyah, Mirza Fathan Fuadi, Farida Sugiester S, Wahyu Widyantoro, Muhammad Fadli Ramadhansyah
58 - 64
Environmental Conditions and COVID-19 Incident