Community Willingness to Participate in a Dengue Study in Aceh Province, Indonesia

Cushing, Bruce S and Harapan, Harapan and Anwar, Samsul and Bustaman, Aslam and Radiansyah, Arsil and Angraini, Pradiba and Fasli, Riny and Salwiyadi, Salwiyadi and Bastian, Reza Akbar and Oktiviyari, Ade and Akmal, Imaduddin and Iqbalamin, Muhammad and Adil, Jamalul and Henrizal, Fenni and Darmayanti, Darmayanti and Pratama, Rovy and Fajar, Jonny Karunia and Setiawan, Abdul Malik and Imrie, Allison and Kuch, Ulrich and Groneberg, David Alexander and Sasmono, R. Tedjo and Dhimal, Meghnath and Müller, Ruth (2016) Community Willingness to Participate in a Dengue Study in Aceh Province, Indonesia. PLOS ONE, 11 (7). e0159139. ISSN 1932-6203

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Abstract

Background: Dengue virus infection is the most rapidly spreading vector-borne disease in the world. Essential research on dengue virus transmission and its prevention requires community participation. Therefore, it is crucial to understand the factors that are associated with the willingness of communities in high prevalence areas to participate in dengue research. The aim of this study was to explore factors associated with the willingness of healthy community members in Aceh province, Indonesia, to participate in dengue research that would require phlebotomy. Methodology/Principal Findings: A community-based cross-sectional study was carried out in nine regencies and municipalities of Aceh from November 2014 to March 2015. Interviews using a set of validated questionnaires were conducted to collect data on demography, history of dengue infection, socioeconomic status, and knowledge, attitude and practice regarding dengue fever. Two-step logistic regression and Spearman's rank correlation (rs) analysis were used to assess the influence of independent variables on dependent variables. Among 535 participants, less than 20% had a good willingness to participate in the dengue study. The factors associated with good willingness to participate were being female, working as a civil servant, private employee or entrepreneur, having a high socioeconomic status and good knowledge, attitude and practice regarding dengue. Good knowledge and attitude regarding dengue were positive independent predictors of willingness to participate (OR: 2.30 [95% CI: 1.36-3.90] and 3.73 [95% CI: 2.24-6.21], respectively). Conclusion/Significance: The willingness to participate in dengue research is very low among community members in Aceh, and the two most important associated factors are knowledge and attitude regarding dengue. To increase participation rate, efforts to improve the knowledge and attitude of community members regarding dengue fever and dengue-related research is required before such studies are launched.

Item Type: Journal Article
Keywords: adolescent; adult; aged; Article; correlation analysis; cross-sectional study; data analysis; demography; dengue; employment status; female; health behavior; human; Indonesia; logistic regression analysis; male; medical history; medical research; normal human; phlebotomy; prediction; questionnaire; sex difference; social participation; social status; community participation; dengue; middle aged; prevalence; psychology; young adult, Adolescent; Adult; Aged; Community Participation; Dengue; Female; Humans; Indonesia; Male; Middle Aged; Prevalence; Surveys and Questionnaires; Young Adult
Depositing User: Indar Ristamonika Erdiana
Date Deposited: 28 May 2018 04:04

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