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Self-efficacy, motivation and adolescent’s adherence of a health protocol during pandemic COVID-19 in Indonesia

Hidayat, Abdul Aziz Alimul and Uliyah, Musrifatul and Aziz, Nahdah Aulia and Ubudiyah, Masunatul (2022) Self-efficacy, motivation and adolescent’s adherence of a health protocol during pandemic COVID-19 in Indonesia. European Review for Medical and Pharmacological Sciences, 26. pp. 2574-2578. ISSN 1128-3602

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              Abstract

              OBJECTIVE: Compliance with the 5M health protocols of washing hands, wearing masks, keeping a distance of at least one meter, avoiding crowds, and reducing mobility is the best effort to prevent COVID-19. Adolescents are non compliant in implementing health protocols during the pandemic. Therefore, this study aimed to investigate the level of compliance with the 5M health protocols. It also examines the relationship between self-efficacy, motivation, and compliance with health protocols. MATERIALS AND METHODS: Data analysis was conducted on a cross-sectional survey of 978 adolescents in Surabaya, Indonesia. Multiple logistic regression was performed to analyze the relationship between the three. Furthermore, adolescent self-efficacy was measured using the General Self Efficacy Scale (GSES), while motivation scale and sociodemographic questionnaire were measured to assess the motivation and characteristics of the respondents. RESULTS: Adolescent self-efficacy in compliance with health protocols is around (92.0%) with an average GSES score of 25.52 + 4.64. The analysis showed that adolescents with high self-efficac and motivation had a high level of adherence (OR 2.804, 95% CI 2.008, 3.915) and high motivation (OR 2.926, 95% CI 2.087, 4.102), compared to those with low self-efficacy and motivation. CONCLUSIONS: The results suggested that initial identification of self-efficacy and motivation should be addressed to ensure compliance with health protocols to prevent the pandemic

              Item Type: Article
              Subjects: UNSPECIFIED
              Divisions: 04. Fakultas Ilmu Kesehatan > S1 Keperawatan
              Depositing User: ABDUL AZIZ ALIMUL HIDAYAT
              Date Deposited: 31 Jul 2022 07:51
              Last Modified: 26 Sep 2022 21:38
              URI: http://repository.um-surabaya.ac.id/id/eprint/6445

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