asosiasi partisipasi dukungan kelompok sebaya, stigma diskriminasi dan kualitas hidup orang terinfeksi HIV/AIDS di Kabupaten Tulungagung

KURNIASAR, MIA ASHARI (2017) asosiasi partisipasi dukungan kelompok sebaya, stigma diskriminasi dan kualitas hidup orang terinfeksi HIV/AIDS di Kabupaten Tulungagung. Masters thesis, Universitas Sebelas Maret.

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    Mia Ashari K. S021502027. 2017. The Association of Peer Support Group Participation, Discrimination Stigma, and Life Quality of People Living with HIV/AIDS in Tulungagung Regency. Thesis. First Counselor: Prof. Bhisma Murti, dr., MPH., M.Sc., PhD. Second Counselor: Dr. Argyo Demartoto, M.Si. Surakarta. Public Health Science Study Program, Postgraduate Program, Surakarta Sebelas Maret University. ABSTRACT Background. The life quality of People Living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHAs) is affected by many factors. One problem the PLWHAs encounter until today is discrimination stigma. For that reason, the more the stigma the PLWHA get, the worse the life quality of them. One attempt of improving the life quality of PLWHAs is to conduct facilitation for PLWHAs. The facilitation was conducted corresponding to the KPA program aiming to improve the life quality and to remove the stigma. This research aimed to explain the extent to which the relationship between Peer Support Group participation, discrimination stigma and life quality. Subject and Method: This study employed cross-sectional design. This research was taken place in Tulungagung Regency from November 2016 to January 2017. The subject of case consisted of 65 PLWHAs existing in Peer Support Group. The sample was taken using fix exposure sampling, stratified sampling and quota sampling techniques. The data was collected using questionnaire and data was processed using IBM AMOS 22 path analysis. Result: Participation in HIV/ AIDS peer group (b=0.27; p=<0.001), social support (b=0.43; p=<0.001), and family support (b=0.18; p=0.021), had positive associations with a decrease in stigma and discrimination towards PLHs. Higher income (b=0.33; p=0.026), higher education level (b=0.21; p=<0.001), less stigma and discrimination (b=0.33; p=<0.001), had positive associations with quality of life of PLHs. Core self evalution showed positive association with quality of life of PLHs (b=0.31; p=<0.001). Conclusion: There was a statistically significant positive relationship, both directly and indirectly, between Peer Support Group Participation, Family Support, Community Support, Core, self-evaluation, discrimination stigma, education, income, and life quality. Keywords: Peer Support Group Participation, discrimination stigma, Family Support, Community Support, Core, self-evaluation, life quality

    Item Type: Thesis (Masters)
    Subjects: R Medicine > RC Internal medicine
    Divisions: Pasca Sarjana > Magister > Magister Kedokteran Keluarga
    Depositing User: Kuni Nur Aini
    Date Deposited: 04 Apr 2017 22:50
    Last Modified: 04 Apr 2017 22:50
    URI: https://eprints.uns.ac.id/id/eprint/33192

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