Multidisciplinary Science Journal <p><strong>Multidisciplinary Science Journal</strong><strong> (ISSN 2675-1240)</strong> is an international peer-reviewed open-access journal published quarterly online by <strong><a href="" target="_blank" rel="noopener" data-content="" data-type="external">Malque Publishing</a></strong>. Research Articles, Short Communications, Technical Notes, Case Reports, and Clinical Cases from all areas of knowledge are published in this journal under the <a href="" target="_blank" rel="noopener">Creative Commons license</a>. </p> <p><strong>International Indexing:</strong> Dimensions, CiteFactor, Scilit, Google Scholar, Diadorim, Directory of Research Journals Indexing, CrossRef, Research Bible, among others. We are already being evaluated for SCOPUS. Soon, we will be evaluated for indexing in Web of Science (Clarivate Analytics) and CAB International.</p> <p><strong>Agile and Efficient Peer-Review:</strong> manuscripts are peer-reviewed. A first decision is provided to authors approximately 25-30 days after submission.</p> <p><strong>Article Processing Charge (APC): Free! </strong>This discount is valid for all authors who wish to publish Open Access and submit their articles <em>in English</em> by <em>December 31, 2022</em>.</p> Malque Publishing en-US Multidisciplinary Science Journal 2675-1240 Community diagnosis in Sei Selayur urban village, Palembang, Indonesia: Actual approach for the assessment of health and social factors <p>Community diagnosis is a comprehensive assessment of the community state as a whole in relation to economic, social, physical, and biological environmental conditions. This study aimed to determine the priority of health-related problems and its potential problem-solving interventions. Community diagnosis process was carried out in the 41<sup>st</sup> neighborhood (<em>Rukun Tetangga</em>, RT 41), Sei Selayur, based on Lawrence Green's theory. Primary data were gathered through interviews, observations, and physical examinations. Meanwhile, secondary data was taken from Kalidoni primary healthcare profile. Home selection was based on maximum variance sampling. The priority of the problem was determined using the Reinke method, and the priority of the root cause of the problem was based on the Hanlon method. Final step in this activity is the determination of the problem-solving actions.<strong> </strong>Based on the results of the analysis, the main health problems found were Acute Respiratory Infection (ARI), hypertension, and hyperuricemia. These diseases were associated with knowledge, non-routine consumption of medications, and poor diet. Problem-solving alternative is implemented by referring to the PRECEDE-PROCEED theory in accordance with the needs of residents of RT 41. The biggest health problem in the community was an acute respiratory infection, which is associated mainly with knowledge factors. The Lawrence Green's community diagnosis theory, also known as the PRECEDE-PROCEED theory, can be used to enhance the precision of community diagnosis and make it possible to be applied in a broader context to achieve favorable health promotion.</p> Tungki Pratama Umar Agani Salsabila Rizma Adlia Syakurah Copyright (c) 2022 Multidisciplinary Science Journal 2022-11-17 2022-11-17 5 1 e2023001 e2023001 10.31893/multiscience.2023001