E-Poster: preventing COVID-19 in third parties workers in the UGM Faculty of Economics and Business
Objective: To determine the effectiveness of E-posters in improving attitudes and preventive measures for COVID-19 by third parties, Faculty of Economics and Business, Universitas Gadjah Mada (FEB UGM). Method: This qualitative study interviewed six informants working as gardeners, cleaning service, and security officers in the UGM Faculty of Economics and Business' environment, who had given E-posters related to preventing COVID-19 through a special third-party WhatsApp group. The interview results were transcribed and analyzed using open code version 4.02 to determine the category then interpreted the interview data in narrative form. Results: E-posters can improve the attitudes and actions of third parties in preventing COVID-19. Third parties feel the need to implement this because they can protect themselves and their families. These behavior changes are still being carried out now because third parties believe that by continuing to implement health protocols both at work and at home, they can protect themselves and their families from COVID-19. It is supported by the existence of regulations in the FEB environment that require every employee to apply health protocols in the work environment. Conclusion: E-posters can be an effective Health Promotion media to improve attitudes and actions related to the prevention of COVID-19 in the work environment and at home. The existence of illustrated images that match the message's content to be conveyed makes it easier for third parties to understand and apply it.