EFFECT OF DISASTER EMERGENCY RESPONSE EDUCATION ON KNOWLEDGE, ATTITUDE, PRACTICE, AMONG ISLAMIC BOARDING SCHOOL STUDENTS

  • Hamdy Alallah Master Student of Health Promotion Program
  • Hanifa Maher Denny Department of Health Promotion, Diponegoro University
  • Suroto Diponegoro University, Indonesia
Keywords: Education, disaster emergency response, knowledge, attitude, practice

Abstract

Natural disasters such as earthquake, tsunami, and flood can often come at the least expected time. It causes injury, death, loss of livestock, property damage, and economic loss. School should be prepared to handle them safely and effectively by giving in­for­mation about disaster emergency response.

This study aimed to determine the effect of disaster emergency response education on knowledge, attitude, practice, among Islamic boarding school students.This study was a quasi-experiment with one group pre-test and post-test design. This study was conducted at an Islamic boarding school, Semarang, Central Java. A total of 67 students was selected for this study. The independent variable was di­saster emergency response education. The dependent variables were knowledge, attitude, and practice. The data were col­lected by questionnaire and analyzed by Wilcoxon.

Result of this study was knowledgesignificant (p:0.001; α: <0.05), attitude significant (p: 0.001; α: <0.05), and practice significant (p: 0.001 ; α: <0.05).  on disaster emergency response increased after disaster emergency response education, and they were statistically significant.

The conclusion was disaster emergency response education enhances knowledge, attitude, and prac­tice on disaster emergency response.

Published
2019-10-12