Hubungan Kebiasaan Merokok terhadap Status Kesehatan Masyarakat dalam Upaya Pengendalian Tembakau di Indonesia (Data Sekunder IFLS 5 2014)

  • Nurzalia Safanta Universitas Indonesia
  • Adang Bachtiar

Abstract

The level of cigarette consumption in Indonesia increases every year so that it affects the condition of public health. Cigarette consumption is one of the causes of risk factors for Non-Communicable Diseases. Government efforts in controlling cigarettes are regulated in PP 109 of 2012. The purpose of this study was to determine the relationship of smoking habits to public health status in efforts to control tobacco in Indonesia. This study uses secondary data from Indonesia Family Life Survey 5 (IFLS 5) with the mix method. The design of this research is sequential explanatory design, preceded by analysis of quantitative data on 5,221 respondents and continued with qualitative research. The independent variable consisted of province, age, sex, occupation, income, age of starting smoking, number of cigarettes, type of cigarette, and difficulty refraining from smoking in public places. The dependent variable is the health status of the Indonesian people. The final results show that the variables that have a significant relationship with health status are provinces (OR 1,504); gender (OR 2,574); occupation (OR 8,730-19,275); income (OR 0.501-1,366); age at smoking time (OR 1,019); types of cigarettes (OR 1,076-3,023). Tobacco control has not been successful, the government must be more serious, strict, and strict in making tobacco control regulations so that it can reduce the level of cigarette consumption in Indonesia.

Published
2020-07-31
How to Cite
SAFANTA, Nurzalia; BACHTIAR, Adang. Hubungan Kebiasaan Merokok terhadap Status Kesehatan Masyarakat dalam Upaya Pengendalian Tembakau di Indonesia (Data Sekunder IFLS 5 2014). Kesmas Indonesia, [S.l.], v. 12, n. 2, p. 111-133, july 2020. ISSN 2579-5414. Available at: <http://jos.unsoed.ac.id/index.php/kesmasindo/article/view/2195>. Date accessed: 26 sep. 2020. doi: https://doi.org/10.20884/1.ki.2020.12.2.2195.

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