Hubungan Pengetahuan, Sikap Dan Peran Tenaga Kesehatan Dengan Deteksi Dini Kanker Payudara (SADARI) Pada Remaja Putri Di SMAN 1 Mauponggo

Relationship between Knowledge, Attitude, and Role of Health Workers with Early Detection of Breast Cancer (SADARI) in Adolescent Girls at SMAN 1 Mauponggo


  • Veronika Kutu Universitas Indonesia Maju Jakarta, Indonesia


breast self-examination, knowledge, attitudes, the role of health professionals


Introduction: BSE (Breast Self-Examination) is an examination that every woman easily does to look for lumps or other abnormalities. The factors that govern the behavior of the successful conduct BSE technique are health professionals' knowledge, attitudes, and roles. The purpose of this study was to determine the relation of knowledge, attitude, and the role of health workers with the BSE test in teenagers in grades XI and XII SMAN 1 Mauaponggo.

Methods: This research uses a survey method with cross-sectional analysis. The population of this study was 96 students mostly girls in grades XI and XII of SMAN 1 Mauponggo using a quota sampling technique. The data collection techniques in this study used primary data with a questionnaire. This data was analyzed using a chi-square statistical test.

Results: The results of the study there is a significant relationship between knowledge (p-value = 0,005); the role of health workers (p-value = 0,000); and no significant relationship between attitude (p-value = 1,00) with the breast self-examination.

Discussion: The conclusion of this study is there is a relationship between knowledge and the role of health professionals in the BSE test. There is no relation between attitudes with the BSE test