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Individual Determinants of Health Service Utilization among Drug Users in Bandung

Humayoon Gardiwal; Rita Damayanti, supervisor; Sabarinah, examiner; Mondastri Korib Sudaryo, examiner; Hartati kurniadi, examiner; Riza Sarasvita, examiner ([Publisher not identified] , 2011)
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[ABSTRAK
Drug users in Indonesia are threatened by many health and social challenges of which HIV,
HBV and HCV are dominant and hence the utilization of health services is vital for them.
This study was aimed to determine the individual factors that influence the health service
utilization among drug users in west Java (Bandung), Indonesia. We used secondary data
from the National Drug Survey Indonesia 2008, with a sample size of 130 drug users. The
individual determinant of health service utilization were studied in three categories,
predisposing, enabling and need factors we found that living with parents, drug overdose,
respiratory and miscellaneous symptoms were significantly associated with health service
utilization. Those living with parents were more likely to use health services than those living
with others. Those who had Digestive and Miscellaneous symptoms and did not experience
drug overdose were also more likely to use health service utilization. We did not find any
association among the predisposing factors and health service utilization among drug users.;Drug users in Indonesia are threatened by many health and social challenges of which HIV,
HBV and HCV are dominant and hence the utilization of health services is vital for them.
This study was aimed to determine the individual factors that influence the health service
utilization among drug users in west Java (Bandung), Indonesia. We used secondary data
from the National Drug Survey Indonesia 2008, with a sample size of 130 drug users. The
individual determinant of health service utilization were studied in three categories,
predisposing, enabling and need factors we found that living with parents, drug overdose,
respiratory and miscellaneous symptoms were significantly associated with health service
utilization. Those living with parents were more likely to use health services than those living
with others. Those who had Digestive and Miscellaneous symptoms and did not experience
drug overdose were also more likely to use health service utilization. We did not find any
association among the predisposing factors and health service utilization among drug users.;Drug users in Indonesia are threatened by many health and social challenges of which HIV,
HBV and HCV are dominant and hence the utilization of health services is vital for them.
This study was aimed to determine the individual factors that influence the health service
utilization among drug users in west Java (Bandung), Indonesia. We used secondary data
from the National Drug Survey Indonesia 2008, with a sample size of 130 drug users. The
individual determinant of health service utilization were studied in three categories,
predisposing, enabling and need factors we found that living with parents, drug overdose,
respiratory and miscellaneous symptoms were significantly associated with health service
utilization. Those living with parents were more likely to use health services than those living
with others. Those who had Digestive and Miscellaneous symptoms and did not experience
drug overdose were also more likely to use health service utilization. We did not find any
association among the predisposing factors and health service utilization among drug users., Drug users in Indonesia are threatened by many health and social challenges of which HIV,
HBV and HCV are dominant and hence the utilization of health services is vital for them.
This study was aimed to determine the individual factors that influence the health service
utilization among drug users in west Java (Bandung), Indonesia. We used secondary data
from the National Drug Survey Indonesia 2008, with a sample size of 130 drug users. The
individual determinant of health service utilization were studied in three categories,
predisposing, enabling and need factors we found that living with parents, drug overdose,
respiratory and miscellaneous symptoms were significantly associated with health service
utilization. Those living with parents were more likely to use health services than those living
with others. Those who had Digestive and Miscellaneous symptoms and did not experience
drug overdose were also more likely to use health service utilization. We did not find any
association among the predisposing factors and health service utilization among drug users.]
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No. Panggil : T30834
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Penerbitan : [Place of publication not identified]: [Publisher not identified], 2011
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Sumber Pengatalogan : LibUI eng rda
Tipe Konten : text
Tipe Media : unmediated ; computer
Tipe Carrier : volume ; online resource
Deskripsi Fisik : xiv, 75 pages : illustration ; 28 cm + appendix
Catatan Bibliografi : pages 71-75
Lembaga Pemilik : Universitas Indonesia
Lokasi : Perpustakaan UI, Lantai 3
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