SOCIALIZATION ABOUT PROLANIS TO THE POSBINDU MANGGULAN RT 06 RW 07 WITH A PURPOSE FOR PREVENTING A BUILDING OF CHRONIC REFERRAL DISEASE IN HOSPITAL (FKTL)
Keywords:Prolanis; Chronic; Socialization; Public; Hospital.
Chronic disease is a disease that is the main cause of death in Indonesia. The incidence of chronic
diseases in Indonesia has increased based on the results of the 2018 Basic Health Research compared
to the results of the 2013 Basic Health Research. Since 2014, the implementation of the Chronic Disease
Control Program (hereinafter referred to as Prolanis) from the government has not gone well in several
regions. The obstacles that occur are the lack of cooperation from all parties and the community's noncompliance with Prolanis. Currently, movements, communities and community groups have emerged
with positive activities, one of which is the Manggulan Posbindu (Integrated Post) located in Sanggrahan
Hamlet, Sleman Regency. Posbindu Mangulan in collaboration with the Yogyakarta Permata Indonesia
Health Polytechnic created a series of activities to make Prolanis a success, including free blood sugar
and blood pressure checks, as well as outreach and discussion about Prolanis. This activity is attended
by 20 participants and will be held regularly. It is hoped that the high enthusiasm of the participants in
the discussion process and a series of examination activities will make Prolanis successful and prevent
the accumulation of chronic disease referrals at the hospital.