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Scirj Volume X, Issue VI, June 2022 Edition
ISSN: 2201-2796


Publication starts: 25th June 2022
Full Paper available from: 25th June 2022


COMPARATIVE STUDY OF THE COMMUNITY PHARMACISTS KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS TO THEIR WILLINGNESS IN RENDERINGTOBACCO SMOKING PREVENTION AND CESSATION PROGRAM IN ENUGU METROPOLIS
Ofor, Amala. C.; Offiah, Raymond. O.; Aninwike, Cyril. O.

Abstract: Introduction: Tobacco smoking is a common global public health problem that frequently leads to disease complications and often results to untimely deaths. The community pharmacists consistently encounter patients that smokes. In other words, he has the potential to identify smokers, counsel them, and dispense pharmacological agents for treatment of tobacco smoking dependence. Objectives: The purpose of the research was to compare the knowledge and skills of community pharmacists to their willingness in rendering in rendering tobacco prevention and cessation services. Method: It was a cross-sectional study among conveniently selected community pharmacists in Enugu metropolis using questionnaire, from January 2022 through March 2022 and a total of 61 subjects completed the study. The questionnaire contained sections A and B. Section A contained the pharmacists demographics, while section B contained 3 questions with Yes or No answers, and ten questions on 5-likert scale (3 items each on knowledge and skills, 4 items on attitude). The questionnaire was coded, checked for accuracy and analyzed using SPSS version 22 for windows. Results: The response rate was about 85% where 75 subjects showed willingness to participate, but 61 subjects completed the study. All the participants were community pharmacists, Male (62.3%), Female (37.7%), B.Pharm (75.4%), PharmD (16.4%), Msc (6.6%), PhD (1.6%). Results showed no significant difference between the community pharmacists knowledge and skills towards their willingness to render tobacco cessation services. Conclusion: The community pharmacists knowledge and skills does not determine their willingness in rendering tobacco smoking cessation services. Further research may be needed on a larger population over a longer period of time.
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A Study on Foreign Mainstream Media China-related Public Opinions Based on the News Reports of the 14th Five-year Plan
Junfang MU, Qingqing ZHANG, Guang YANG

Abstract: Based on 367 foreign mainstream media reports related to the 14th Five-Year Plan derived from Factiva Dow Jones database, this study employs AntConc and the R Programming Language to analyze the public opinions of these news reports. Results show that, the foreign mainstream media news reports on the 14th Five-Year Plan represent some basic features. The coverage focuses on changes in China market policies, energy transition, diplomatic relations, human rights, and development opportunities, and the news reports exist problems such as preconceived ideas and stereotypes. In the future, foreign mainstream media will focus on the institutional differences between China and the West and pay more attention to China foreign policy as well as development achievements. Therefore, China should make great efforts in a more open and inclusive manner, promote actual development to compete with foreign media for the right to speak in the world, seize the strategic opportunity to improve national image, and strive to enhance global leadership in a better international public opinion circumstance.
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Analysis of The Implementation of Manager Application Financial to Shipping Companies
Moh. Dwi Kharis Rifai, Sakinatul Muslimah, Susilowati, Yani Susetyo

Abstract: This study aims to analyze the work process of the Manager application which is applied to PT. Nusantara Ika Nararya. Analyzing the Manager application can present financial information quickly, precisely, and accurately. Analyze whether the implementation of the Manager application is appropriate to optimize financial management at PT. Nusantara Ika Nararya. This type of research is qualitative research with a case study approach and literature review using the descriptive analysis method. This study uses data collection through interviews, observation, and documentation. The results of this study indicate that the implementation of the Manager application can meet the financial needs of PT. Nusantara Ika Nararya. The implementation of the Manager application is also able to present financial information data quickly, precisely, and accurately. The implementation of Manager financial application is the right step to optimize financial management at PT. Nusantara Ika Nararya. Based on the research conducted, the researcher advises PT. Nusantara Ika Nararya to upgrade services on the cloud edition that provides more complete features that can be used to achieve the best effectiveness and efficiency. Providing more intensive direction training, and learning to users, finance staff to improve the quality of human resources.
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THE SETTLEMENT OF DISPUTES ON THE RESULTS OF REGIONAL HEAD ELECTIONS
Mike Nurhidayah, Prof. Dr. Widodo Ekatjahjana, Prof. Dr. Bayu Dwi Anggono, Dr. Iwan Rachmad Soetijono

Abstract: The Dispute on the Result of Election of District Head is disputes between provincial General Elections Commission (GEC) and/or Regional General Elections Commission (RGEC) and the participants of election regarding the determination of the vote acquisition results from the election. The disputes over the determination of the vote acquisition results from the election are disputes over the determination of the vote acquisition which are significant and may affect the determination of the candidate to advance to the next round or the determination of the elected candidate. The complexity of the General Election dispute is also had further complicated cases because of the Constitutional Court Decision Number 97/PUU-XI/2013 which distinguishes the regional head election regime from the general election regime. That decision also mandates the establishment of a special judicial body. Based on Law Number 1 of 2015 on Stipulation of Government Regulations in Lieu of Law Number 1 of 2014 on the Election of Governors, Regents, and Mayors becomes the Laws and it has changed several times, most recently Law is Number 6 of 2020 on Mandating the Establishment of the Special Courts also be used as the right momentum to trigger the unification of judicial institutions specifically that handle the General Election cases holistically. The special judicial institution has not been established by the Supreme Court until now. In fact, a similar model of adjudication institution has been successfully applied in several countries such as Uruguay, Brazil, Germany, Costa Rica, Nigeria, Mexico and England. The establishment of the special judicial body for General Elections, like other special courts, also requires the construction of its own procedural law.
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