Education Through Video Animation to Improve HIV/AIDS Knowledge Among Ship’s Crew


Verra Karame , Wiwit Ciptaningsih Haryanto , Siska Olvie Manurip






Vol. 10 No. 4 (2024): April


Animation video, Education, HIV/AIDS, Ship’s crew

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Verra Karame, Haryanto, W. C., & Manurip, S. O. (2024). Education Through Video Animation to Improve HIV/AIDS Knowledge Among Ship’s Crew. Jurnal Penelitian Pendidikan IPA, 10(4), 1896–1900.


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Education can be achieved by many tools, including animation video. Health education about HIV/AIDS might be effective in improving the knowledge of ship’s crew who are at risk for Sexually Transmitted Infections. This study aimed to test the effectiveness of animation videos to improve HIV/AIDS knowledge. The sample of this study was derived from total sampling which was 25 crews. The knowledge was derived from several questions. The analysis was done using paired t-tests using SPSS. The result revealed that showing animation videos effectively improves HIV/AIDS knowledge. Animation video can be good educational technology to address and deliver information as well as good tools for the education sector. There is a need to collaborate with other sectors to successfully prevent the transmission of HIV/AIDS among ship’s crew. In the education sector, using animation videos can be good tools that effectively deliver the information


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Author Biographies

Verra Karame, Universitas Pembangunan Indonesia, Manado

Wiwit Ciptaningsih Haryanto, Universitas Pembangunan Indonesia

Siska Olvie Manurip, Universitas Pembangunan Indonesia


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