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Documentation of Pharmacists’ Recommendations to Address Drug-related Problems (DRPs) in Chronic kidney Disease (CKD) and Assessment of Clinical Significance of the Recommendations
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Penulis : HESTY UTAMI RAMADANIATI , S.Farm., M.Clin Pharm., PhD.,Apt [PDF File] didownload : 0 x

Rohingya Issue in Myanmar as Portrayed by Indonesia News Papers
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In early September 2016, a human tragedy broke out once again in Rakhine State, Myanmar, the previous issue having flared up in 2012-2013, opposing Buddhists and Muslims, majority and minority, locals and migrants. The Muslims, identified as ‘Rohingyas,’ are considered by the Myanmar Buddhist majority to be foreigners, thus illegal immigrants, while they have been living in Myanmar for centuries after the establishment, in the 15th century (in 1420), of the Kingdom of Arakan, as an Islamic Kingdom under the Sultan of Sulaiman Shah. This Islamic kingdom lasted until 1784, when the Myanmar recaptured it, until Myanmar was colonized by the English until its independence in 1948 (Bakti, 2017). The most recent tragedyhas received international attention, including from Indonesia. Response of all layers of societyin the international contextcan be seen from the media coverage and its presentation of information. Thus, the conditions found in the Rakhine State, whether they are favorable or catastrophic, can also be reflected in media coverage. The aim of this study is to identify how the Rohingya issue in Myanmar is covered by Indonesian media, in particular the Kompas and RepublikaOnline newspapers. The main concept of the present study is that of peace journalism developed by Johan Galtung (1998). Our research question emerges from four orientations of peace journalism: 1) How is peace orientation covered in these two newspapers? 2) How is truth orientation covered in these cases? 3) How is people orientation covered in these cases? and 4) How is solution orientation covered in these cases. All four research questions are answered through the use of ‘content analysis as summarizing’ using Kimberly Neuendorf’ way(2002)on two media, namely: Republika and Kompas issued in October-December 2016, during the conflict period. The outcome shows that the information covered by Republika is more peace/conflict - and solution – -oriented. The coverage of Kompas, however, places greater emphasis on peace/conflict – and community.

Key words: Rohingya, peace journalism, peace-oriented, truth-oriented, people-oriented, solution-oriented.

 

Penulis : UMAR HALIM, M.Phil [PDF File] didownload : 0 x

Simulated medication errors: A means of evaluating healthcare professionals’ knowledge and understanding of medication safety.
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Penulis : HESTY UTAMI RAMADANIATI , S.Farm., M.Clin Pharm., PhD.,Apt [PDF File] didownload : 0 x

. OFF-LABEL PRESCRIBING IN PEDIATRIC INPATIENTS WITH PNEUMONIA IN A CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL
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Penulis : HESTY UTAMI RAMADANIATI , S.Farm., M.Clin Pharm., PhD.,Apt [PDF File] didownload : 0 x

Analysis of pharmacists’ recommendations to address drug-related problems in chronic kidney disease patients as a basis to develop therapeutic drug monitoring form in an Indonesian hospital
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Penulis : HESTY UTAMI RAMADANIATI , S.Farm., M.Clin Pharm., PhD.,Apt [PDF File] didownload : 0 x

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