Universitas Syiah Kuala | ELECTRONIC THESES AND DISSERTATION

Electronic Theses and Dissertation

Universitas Syiah Kuala

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T. Ade Prasetia, PERSEPSI DAN EKSPEKTASI ORANG TUA TERHADAP VAKSINASI COVID-19 PADA ANAK DI BANDA ACEH (STUDI FENOMENOLOGI). Banda Aceh Fakultas Kedokteran (S2),2022

Latar belakang: orang tua biasanya menjadi pengambil keputusan mengenai vaksinasi anak-anak mereka yang berusia di bawah 18 tahun, apakah memberi izin atau menolak anaknya dilakukan vaksinasi covid-19. tujuan: untuk mengeksplorasi persepsi dan ekspektasi orang tua terhadap vaksinasi covid-19 pada anak di banda aceh. metode: penelitian ini menggunakan desain kualitatif dengan pendekatan fenomenologi. pengumpulan data dilakukan melalui wawancara mendalam terhadap 36 orang tua di sembilan kecamatan di banda aceh. data dianalisis secara kualitatif melalui analisis tematik. hasil: tiga tema yang didapatkan: (1) persepsi orang tua yang bersedia anaknya divaksinasi covid-19. (2) persepsi orang tua yang menolak atau menunda anaknya divaksinasi covid-19. (3) ekspektasi orang tua terhadap vaksinasi covid-19 pada anak. manfaat vaksin dan kebijakan pemerintah merupakan alasan orang tua bersedia anaknya divaksinasi covid-19. kekhawatiran keamanan vaksin, kurangnya informasi, imunitas tubuh yang kuat, gaya hidup sehat, dan keyakinan agama merupakan alasan orang tua menolak atau menunda anaknya divaksinasi covid-19. ekspektasi orang tua terhadap vaksinasi covid-19 pada anak yaitu ekspektasi terhadap covid-19, ekspektasi terhadap anak, ekspektasi terhadap pendidikan, ekspektasi terhadap pemerintah, dan ekspektasi terhadap masyarakat. kesimpulan: persepsi terhadap manfaat vaksin dan kebijakan pemerintah memengaruhi orang tua untuk vaksinasi covid-19 pada anaknya, sedangkan persepsi terhadap kekhawatiran keamanan vaksin, kurangnya informasi tentang vaksin, imunitas tubuh yang kuat, gaya hidup sehat, dan keyakinan agama memengaruhi orang tua untuk menolak atau menunda vaksinasi covid-19 pada anaknya. ekspektasi orang tua terhadap vaksinasi covid-19 pada anak yaitu ekspektasi terhadap covid-19, ekspektasi terhadap anak, ekspektasi terhadap pendidikan, ekspektasi terhadap pemerintah, dan ekspektasi terhadap masyarakat. kata kunci : vaksin covid-19, persepsi, ekspektasi, orang tua, anak.



Abstract

Background: Parents are usually the decision makers about vaccinating their children under the age of 18, whether to give permission or refuse to have their children vaccinated against COVID-19. Objective: To explore parents' perceptions and expectations of COVID-19 vaccination for children in Banda Aceh. Methods: This study used a qualitative design with a phenomenological approach. Data was collected through in-depth interviews with 36 parents in Banda Aceh. The data were analyzed qualitatively through thematic analysis. Results: Three themes were obtained: (1) Perceptions of parents who are willing to have their children vaccinated against COVID-19, (2) Perceptions of parents who refuse or delay their children vaccinated against COVID-19, and (3) Parents' expectations regarding COVID-19 vaccination in children. Benefits of the vaccine and government policy are the reasons parents willing to have their children vaccinated. Vaccine safety concerns, lack of information, strong immunity, healthy lifestyle, and religious beliefs are the reasons parents refuse or delay to have their children vaccinated. Parents' expectations included expectations for COVID-19, expectations for children, expectations for education, expectations for the government, and expectations for society. Conclusion: The perception of benefits of the vaccine and government policy are influencing parents to have their children vaccinated, while the perception of vaccine safety concerns, lack of information, strong immunity, healthy lifestyle, and religious beliefs are influencing parents to refuse or delay their children being vaccinated. Parents' expectations regarding COVID-19 vaccination in children included expectations for COVID-19, expectations for children, expectations for education, expectations for the government, and expectations for society. Keywords: COVID-19 vaccine, perceptions, expectations, parents, children.



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