Kesmas: National Public Health Journal

Kesmas: National Public Health Journal as the name change of Kesmas: Jurnal Kesehatan Masyarakat Nasional is a journal published by Faculty of Public Health Universitas Indonesia since August 2006 and has been accredited by Director General of Higher Education July 2009 and re-accredited in 2012 No.56/DIKTI/Kep/2012. Our journal is published quarterly on February, May, August and November.

Kesmas: National Public Health Journal is on public health as discipline and practices related to preventive and promotive measures to enhance health of the public through scientific approach applying variety of technique. This focus includes area and scope such as biostatistics, epidemiology, health education and promotion, health policy and administration, environmental health, public health nutrition, sexual and reproductive health, and occupational health and safety.

The journal employs peer-review mechanism where each submited article should be anonimously reviewed by expert peers appointed by the editor. Articles published in this journal could be in form of original article and invited review article.


Dear Mr/Mrs

Congratulation to selected participants for International Public Health Colloquium 2016 that will be held at UI Depok on November 17-18, 2016.

We  apologize to Mr/Mrs who are not in the list of selected participants. Thank you for your participation. We look forward to your participation at our future activities.

This activity is free of charge. The Committee does not bear any accommodation of participants, except 3 participants with international-affiliated article.

Thank you


No.NameArticle Title
1.Zahtamal, Wasilah Rochmah, Yayi Suryo P, Lientje K Setyawati  Effect of Multilevel Intervention on Workplace Health Promotion in the Management of Metabolic Syndrome Workers
2.Tri Baskoro S, Nur AlviraImprovement of Early Warning System Transmission of Dengue in Elementary School Area through Entomology Survey at Yogyakarta City, DIY
3.Sjahrul M.Nasri, Iting Shofwati  The Potentiality of Expanded Polystyrene Waste Utilization as a Sound Absorbing Material  
4.Rike Galina Prastia Risti, Rita damayanti  Mothers Profesion as a Dominant Factor Related to Breasfeeding Self Efficacy  
5.Diryati Widyantari, Sri Yusnita Irda Sari, Anisah DahlanKnowledge and Cleaning Water Dispenser Behavior are Not Correlated with Number of Coliform Bacteria in Drinking Water
6.YarmalizaThe Effect of Mother Attitude and Knowledge Capital Against Domestic Liquid Waste Disposal Improper With The Incidence of Diarrhea in Toddler
7.Masrizal, Fivi Melva Diana, Rosfita RasyidAnalysis Spatial Of Determinants And Detection Mosquito Vector Of Filariasis In Endemic Areas West Sumatera
8.Fitri Kurnia Rahim, Thunwadee Suksaroj, Isareethika JayasvastiSocial Determinant of adults smoking behaviour: The differences between urban and rural area in Indonesia
9.Tutik Ida Rosanti, Sugeng Juwono Mardihusodo, Wayan T. Artama  Parameters Of Parasitology In The Dinamycs Transmission Of Bancrofti Filariasis After The Fifth Year Of Filariasis Mass Treatment In Pabean Area, Pekalongan City, Central Java Province
10.Siti Thomas Zulaikhah, Purwito Soegeng, Titiek Sumarawati  Faktor Prediktor Kejadian Infeksi Saluran Pernafasan Akut (ISPA) di Wilayah Binaan Fakultas Kedokteran Unissula Semarang  
11.Fauzie Rahman, Fahrini Yulidasari, Nida UlfahFactors Associated With Events In Early Marriage In Banjar District
12.Najmah, Sari Andajani, Sharyn Graham DaviesComplexity HIV Transmission To Women Of Childbearing Age And Children In Indonesia
13.Rani Gartika Holivia SilalahiThe influence of organizational climate on the performance of administrative personnel at dr. R. M. Djoelham general hospital, binjai, in 2014
14.Imelda AppulembangEffect of Giving Informed Consent on the Level of Anxiety in Patients Pre-Operation in General Hospital of Mamuju
15.Mochamad Iqbal N, Bulent KilicThe Impact of National Health Insurance Policy to the Implementation of Health Promotion on Public Health Center in Indonesia
16.Siti Rahayu Nadhiroh, Dini Ririn ANutritional Education Improve Nutritional Knowledge, Dietary Practices, And Nutritional Status Among Female Students Of Islamic Boarding School
17.Ummi Kalsum, Bambang Sutrisna, Ratna Djuwita, Endang L. Achadi, Abas BasuniPrediction Model of Chronic Energy Deficiency of Reproductive age Women based on a new QUAC Stick
18.Hanik Styaningsih, Febri WicaksonoImpact of Women's Empowerment on Infant Mortality in Indonesia
19.Rani Gartika Holivia SilalahiThe Influence of the Provision of Health education About Nutrition 1000 the First Day of Life on Knowledge and Attitude Students Course of Study Diploma III Midwifery at STIKES Elisabeth Medan
20.Colti Sistiarani, Erna Kusuma Wati, Setyowati Rahardjo, Lestari Handayani  Promotion Exclusive Breastfeeding Trough Drinking Uyup-uyup Herbal  
21.Heni Puji Wahyuningsih, Yuni Kusmiyati  Relations Aged And The Use Of IUD With Side Effects
22.Puti Sari H, Dwi Hapsari T, Olwin Nainggolan, Noor Edi WSRole of Healthy House towards ARI Morbidity in Children Under Five
23.Cecep Heriana, Siti Nunung Nurjannah, Rossi SuparmanDeterminant and Spatial Distribution of HIV/AIDS in West Java Indonesia
24.MarniatiKnowledge and attitude relationship toward Primigravida anxiety mother in facing maternity At meureubo publich health center work place West aceh in year 2016
25.Yuni KusmiyatiPersonality Type and Prolonged  Second Stage of  Labor
26.Teungku Nih FarisniControlling Chronic Energy Deficiency Among Pregnant Mothers Through The Use Of KIA Booklets
27.Yani WidyastutiPeer Education throught Whatsapp (WA) as A Media Attitudes of Improvement to Anticipate Sexual Harassment
28.RikawarastutiDevelopment of Flipbook Dental and Oral Health to Improve the Knowledge of Elementary School Students
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