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Scirj Volume IX, Issue I, January 2021 Edition
ISSN: 2201-2796


Publication starts: 25th January 2021
Full Paper available from: 25th January 2021


Strategy For Quality Oriented Education Policy Development at Schools in the Pandemic Time Covid-19
Elvarizal, Sukarno, Kemas Imron Rosyadi

Abstract: This research aims to identify and describe the quality-oriented education policy development strategy in schools during the Covid-19 pandemic carried out by the principal. The research was conducted using a qualitative approach, with the main data sources being the principal, vice principal, and teachers. The secondary data is obtained through the analysis of the policy documentation resulting from the development that has been carried out. Based on the data, discussion and description that has been carried out, at the end of the study it can be concluded that the strategy for developing a quality-oriented education policy during the Covid-19 pandemic at SMP Negeri 1 Atap 4 Tanjung Jabung Timur was carried out by the head of the school systematically. Some of these strategic policy steps include: (1) optimizing the implementation of school-based management (SBM), (2) increasing the ability of teachers to carry out online learning, (3) developing policies with the "open and close door" program, and (4) developing policies with “core focus” programs. Overall, the policies developed by the school principal have gone according to the plans and targets that have been set. This means that the development of a quality-oriented education policy at SMP Negeri 1 Atap 4 Tanjung Jabung Timur has been going well.
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Giving Hands: A New Developed prosthetic hand for amputees
Alaa Hamed Omar Hassan

Abstract: Unfortunately, the whole world suffers from serious a grand challenge that represents a great obstacle that hinders its development. Lack of using technology and internet of things represents one of those most serious challenges that ought to be solved, as it affects health systems, education systems, and industrial systems. Numerous efforts have been made to solve the problem, but there is still a need for more innovative solutions. So, the proposed solution is to address IOT and its effects on health systems. Thus, a 3D printed hand was made to help amputees. This hand was connected to a system that measures heart beats, temperature of patient, and temperature of the hand to secure the safe use of the hand and ensures that the patient in a good condition. After that, the whole system is connected to a website application that receives and analyses this data, and sends a medical record for the condition of the patient to the physician. In order to check the validity of the solution, design requirements of lag time, cost, and weight were selected. The hand has successfully met the design requirements and proved to be a reliable solution that gives a hand to amputees.
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HEALTH PROFESSIONALS FACTORS INFLUENCING UTILIZATION OF DISEASE CLASSIFICATION SYSTEMS IN PUBLIC HOSPITALS IN KIAMBU COUNTY, KENYA
Duncan Mutongu Maina, Kenneth Kibaara Rucha, George Ochieng Otieno, Abel Khisa, Gilbert Koome Rithaa

Abstract: Background: Despite the globally acclaimed efficacy of the ICD-10 as a tool for disease classification, existing evidence focus on quality of disease coding outcomes with limited evidence on determinants of utilization. The starting point to sustaining the quality of disease coding is establishing its utilization and its determinants. There is paucity of evidence on role of health professional factors on use of ICD systems in Kenya.
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Nutrient quality and sensory properties of unripe banana based complementary food fortified with crab meat in Nigeria
Matthew A. Bassey and Ikechukwu E. Ezeagu

Abstract: Protein-energy malnutrition is increasing among children in developing countries due to low nutrient density of traditional complementary foods. This study investigated the nutrient quality and parameters for acceptability of unripe banana based complementary food fortified with crab, Callinetes amnicola among under-5 Caregivers in Akwa Ibom State. The unripe banana (UB) and crab meat (CM) were processed into flours using standard procedure. The weaning diets were mixed in a ratio of 90:10(UBCM1) and 85:15(UBCM2) of UB and CM respectively. The proximate and mineral compositions of the four samples were determined using standard procedures. A total of 30 Caregivers attending nutrition clinics were purposively selected from 3 health facilities in Uyo LGA for a focus group discussion (FGD). Tape recorder was used to record the FGDs sessions to elicit information from the caregivers using a semi structured questionnaire. Data were analyzed using descriptive statistics with level of significance set at p<0.05.The results showed that availability of raw materials, cost, familiarity and were the key predisposing factors for acceptability. As judged by the result of the sensory evaluation, the control and UBCF had a higher general acceptability scores and significantly different (p< 0.05) compared to other diets. The CM, UB, UBCM1 and UBCM2 have average quantity of protein in the level of 26.00, 4.14, 6.74 and 8.04g/100g respectively. The weaning diets were nutritionally adequate in terms of protein, Fe and Zn. Utilization of unripe banana fortified with crab may provide adequate nutrient needed for growth and development of young children.
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23-Gauge vitrectomy for retinal detachment with upper and lower retinal breaks: A comparative study
Khaled Hamdi Elbaklish

Abstract: To compare the anatomic and visual outcomes of upper retinal break detachment and lower retinal break detachment after 23-gauge vitrectomy.
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Power System Analysis Toolbox (PSAT) Circuit Design of Nigeria 330Kv 10 Generators 28 Bus Power Network for Transient Stability Simulation
Isdore Onyema Akwukwaegbu, Chisom Patrick Mbachu, Nsan-Awaji Peterson Ene-Nte

Abstract: Nigeria 330kV 28-bus network is continuously subjected to the greatest stress that can possibly emanate from a complete shutdown of a power plant or even a blackout of a whole area or excessive over currents or voltages which, depending upon their severity can cause extensive damage. The main causes of momentary excessive voltages and currents in power system due to transients include lightning, switching, short circuits and resonance conditions. Transient stability analysis is carried out on Nigeria 330kV 28-bus power network, consisting of 28 nodes, 10 generators, 18 load (PQ) buses, 16 transformers, 12,426MW grid capacity and 5,988km grid transmission lines to access the steady state voltage stability using MATLAB/ SIMULINK power system analysis toolbox (PSAT) program. The generator connected at bus no. 5 (Sapele PS) is shut down and the transient stability effect and impact on the 28-bus power network are analyzed. The starting time of the outage is 0.0001 second and transient phenomenon lasts in the 28-bus power network for a period of time ranging from 0.6 to 0.9 seconds. The transient stability analysis performed for 10 generators, 28-bus power network for various 3-phase fault locations and 3-phase fault clearing time showed that the network is stable in 0.80 seconds, critically stable in 0.815 seconds and unstable in 0.9 seconds.
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