INTERACTION OF PEER HEALTH EDUCATION AND ARCS KELLER METHOD TO REDUCE THE RISK OF DM TYPE II
This study aims to determine the effect of the interaction of peer health education and the Keller's ARCS method on reducing the risk of type II diabetes mellitus. The research method used a quasi-experimental design, with peer health education variables and the ARCS Keller method to reduce the risk of type II DM, sample size of 78 people, purposive sampling technique, data analysis using the Anova test. The results of the study showed that there was a reduction in the risk of type II DM before and after education through peer health education. There was an increase in motivation and a decrease in the risk of type II DM after being given education using the ARCS Keller method and there was no interaction between peer health education and the ARCS Keller method on reducing the risk of type II DM, that is, it is possible that there were other variables that contributed to reducing the risk of DM.
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