Program “Early Sport Pasrticipation” Pada Anak di Masa Pandemi Covid 19

Pratiwi, Etik and Priliana, Wiwi Kustio (2021) Program “Early Sport Pasrticipation” Pada Anak di Masa Pandemi Covid 19. Prosiding Diseminasi Hasil Penelitian Dosen Program Studi Keperawatan dan Farmasi Volume 3 Nomor 2 Bulan September Tahun 2021, 3 (2). ISSN 2338 - 4514

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Background: Exercise is an important part of activities in children and can improve fitness in children. One of the positive effects of exercise and physical activity is to control weight, maintain a healthy body, and control related health problems. During this COVID-19 pandemic, there is a phenomenon that occurs in children and adolescents, namely restrictions on activities outside the home and also children's social activities. Purpose: to find out the description of the early sport participation program on the condition of children, especially the quality of life of children during the covid 19 pandemic Methods: The research was conducted by pre-experimental design. Quantitative data obtained by taking data BB, TB. Sports are carried out for 1-2 months and then review the quality of life of children. The study was conducted in the Yogyakarta area in February-March 2021. The research has obtained permission from the Health Service Ethics Commission of Surya Global Yogyakarta with No 9.08/KEPK/SSG/IV/2021. There are 41 samples with children aged 8 to 18 years. Results of Statistical Analysis: The characteristics of the respondents in this study were 35 boys and 16 girls. Characteristics of the age of children are aged 8 -12 years there are 14 children, and 13-18 years there are 27 children. The results of the qualitative analysis of the interviews showed that it had an impact on the quality of life in terms of physical function, function, emotion, and school function. Conclusion: the early sport participation program has a good impact on children, especially in maintaining the quality of life for children during this covid 19 pandemic.

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: Early Sport Participation, Children, Corona Virus Disease 19
Subjects: R Medicine > RT Nursing
Divisions: LPPM > Prosiding
Depositing User: Administrator Eprints
Date Deposited: 13 Jan 2022 02:04
Last Modified: 13 Jan 2022 02:04

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