The Effects of Lecture, Brainstorming, Demonstration (CBD) to Mother?s Knowledge, Attitude, and Behavior About Stunting Prevention on Toddler
Esti Yunitasari, Meyta Rahayu, Iqlima Dwi Kurnia
The lack of a mother's knowledge was a factor in the stunting incidence in a toddler. High or low mother's level of knowledge is closely related to the level of awareness of their children's health. Lecture, Brainstorming, Demonstration (CBD) method was an innovative method that provides a different learning atmosphere from health education that was usually done at the Puskesmas. The purpose of this study is to see the CBD method's effect on mothers' knowledge, attitudes, and behavior in stunting prevention on a toddler. This research used a quasi-experimental design with a pretest-posttest control group design. The number of the sample that was used was 35 respondents in the treatment and control groups were selected using the purposive sampling method. The independent variable in this study was CBD and knowledge, attitudes, behavior as the dependent variable. Data were collected using a questionnaire and then analyzed using the Wilcoxon Sign Rank Test and Mann Whitney U test with a p <0.05. The results showed that the mother's knowledge, attitudes, actions in the treatment group had a significant value of p = 0.000. In contrast, the control group was not significant, with a value of p> 0.05. There was a difference in the level of that mother's knowledge, attitudes after intervention between control and treatment groups with a value of p = 0.000. Lecture, Brainstorming, Demonstration (CBD) increases mother's knowledge, attitudes, and behavior in stunting prevention on toddler, so the CBD (Lecture, Brainstorming, Demonstration) can be used as a choice in providing health education.