Journal Wetenskap Health <p><strong>Journal Wetenskap Health</strong> ISSN <strong><a href="">2709-5215</a></strong> is an international journal open access and peer-reviewed journal includes all the areas of research activities in all fields of Health Science such as Public Health, Health Psychology, Social Health, Health Care Delivery, Health Care Administration, Hospital Science and Management, Occupational Health and Safety, Hospital and Clinical Pharmacy, Health Care Research, Innovations in Patient Care, Secondary Care, Epidemiology, Medical Care, Physical health, Quaternary Care, Nursing, Nursing Education, Neonatal nurse, Home Health Nursing Community and Homecare, Information Technology in Nursing, Midwifery, Veterinary Nursing, Medical Sciences and Pharmaceutical Sciences, Pathology, Physiotherapy &amp; Rehabilitation, Veterinary Medicines, Ergonomics, Food and Nutrition.</p> <p> </p> en-US Tue, 09 May 2023 00:00:00 +0700 OJS 60 Personal Hygiene Relationship with Symptom of Skin Disease in Scavengers <p>The objective of the research to find out the relationship between personal hygiene and symptom of skin disease in scavengers at TPA Mancani, Palopo City, in 2022.&nbsp;<span lang="EN-US">This study uses quantitative research methods with cross sectional research design, which analyzes the relationship between the dependent and independent variables while the dependent variable in this study is skin disease and the independent is personal hygiene. This research was conducted at the Mancani Final Disposal Site, Palopo City in 2022 from July to August 2022. The results of the research showed that&nbsp;</span>There is a relationship between personal hygiene and symptom of skin disease in scavengers at the Mancani Landfill in Palopo City in 2022, with a p value = .005.</p> Zamli Zamli, Resty Ryadinency, Sri Yuliastuti, Fredy Chandra Montolalu Copyright (c) 2023 Journal Wetenskap Health Tue, 09 May 2023 00:00:00 +0700 Exploring Perceptions and Experiences of Comprehensive Sex Education Among Adolescents <p>This research aims to better understand how adolescents feel about and react to comprehensive sex education from a variety of perspectives. The current research takes a qualitative approach to examining how and why teenagers experience Comprehensive Sex Education (CSE) programs. Through semi-structured interviews and focus groups, we were able to learn more about adolescents' experiences with Comprehensive Sexual Education (CSE), their perspectives on its effects, and their strategies for navigating their social interactions in the school setting. According to the findings, information that is directly relevant to teenagers has a strong impact, leading to increased levels of interest and application. By encouraging students to participate in class discussions, interactive pedagogical methods foster an environment where students feel comfortable speaking their minds. In addition, the presence of supportive classmates and personable teachers helps to create a comfortable learning environment. Learning CSE may affect more than just one's information base; it can also change one's outlook and improve one's capacity to reason. However, we must recognize that difficulties arising from differing cultural values and lack of inclusion persist in this field. The research emphasizes the need for culturally relevant, all-encompassing, and engaging comprehensive sexual education (CSE) programs that provide young people the tools they need to make healthy decisions about their sexuality and their general health.</p> Udwendenoai Leloambutu Copyright (c) 2023 Journal Wetenskap Health Tue, 13 Jun 2023 00:00:00 +0700 The Relationship between Ergonomics and Work Productivity <p>The objective of the resrach to find out the relationship between the application of ergonomics and work productivity for office staff at the Sawerigading Regional General Hospital (RSUD) in Palopo City in 2022.&nbsp;<span lang="EN-US">This research design uses a quantitative method using a cross-sectional approach, namely a research method that places more emphasis on the time of observation of independent and dependent variable data only once at a time. This research was carried out in the Office Room of the Sawerigading General Hospital, Palopo City, which was held from May to August 2022. The result of the research showed&nbsp;</span>There is no significant relationship between the application of ergonomics and work productivity in the office staff of the Sawerigading Regional General Hospital (RSUD) Palopo City in 2022. The statistical test results using the chi square test were obtained (p value &gt; .05) = 1,000, so H0 is accepted.</p> Fredy Chandra Montolalu, Ishak, Nurul Azari Suade, Zamli Copyright (c) 2023 Journal Wetenskap Health Wed, 19 Jul 2023 00:00:00 +0700