Track: Occupational Safety and Health (OSH)
To analyze the impact of maternal attitudes and education knowledge on the participation of mothers under five in Integrated Service Post (Health center) activities in the Lasepang health center, Bantaeng Regency. This research was conducted at the Lasepang health center area. The sample uses a purposive sampling method where the model is based on specific considerations or criteria. A total of 50 samples were at Wilker Health center Lasepang. The data collection method used was direct interviews with the parties involved on the issues discussed and the distribution of questionnaires to mothers who had children under five, which was in line with the research. Data analysis was used using multiple regression analysis, T-test, F test, and the coefficient of determination (R2). The results showed that the mother's knowledge, attitudes, and education level impacted the mother's participation in Health center activities in the Lasepang health center area.