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  • The Relationship between Family Harmony with Stress, Anxiety, and
           Depression in Adolescents

    • Authors: Heni Dwi Windarwati, Amin Aji Budiman, Renny Nova, Niken Asih Laras Ati, Mira wahyu Kusumawati
      Abstract: Introduction: Adolescents are a group vulnerable to mental health problems, including stress, anxiety, and depression. This study aimed to examine the interlink of a harmonious family with stress, anxiety, and depression in adolescents.Methods: This study employed descriptive correlational design with cross-sectional approach and examined 851 high school adolescents aged between 16-18 years who were recruited using a total sampling method from five high school in Malang City. Stress, anxiety and depression in adolescents was assessed employing the Depression Anxiety Stress Scale (DASS - 21), while, to assess family harmony, a questionnaire   developed by the researcher was used. Data were analyzed through descriptive statistics and bivariate tests using Spearman Rank Correlation.Results: It was revealed that 428 adolescents (50.3%) were male, 321 adolescents (37.7%) came from parents who worked privately, and 482 adolescents (56.6%) had their parents' social status above the minimum wage standard. Eight hundred and two adolescents (94.2%) had harmonious families, while the remaining 49 adolescents (5.8%) had non-harmonious families. Our study concluded that family harmony had a significant relationship with adolescent stress levels (p-value 0.013). On the other hand, the analysis showed that family harmony was not related to adolescents' anxiety (p-value 0.071) and depression level (p-value 0.13). A harmonious family makes children mentally healthy, able to adapt to the environment while a family that is not harmonious can trigger stress because conditions are not as expected, coupled with the burden of schoolwork, stressors from teachers and peers.Conclusion:The results of the research showed that harmony in the family had a significant effect on stress in adolescents. Therefore, it is necessary to provide education and counseling to the family to prevent fights in the family so that it can reduce the emergence of stress in adolescents.
      PubDate: 2020-10-06
      DOI: 10.20473/jn.v15i3.21495
      Issue No: Vol. 15, No. 3 (2020)
  • Analysis of Factors Related to Nursing Student Self Wareness in Doing
           Screening for Psychosocial Problems

    • Authors: Verantika Setya Putri, Ah Yusuf, Rr Dian Tristiana
      Abstract: Introduction: Mental health knowledge is a substantial part of mental health literacy. Many psychosocial problems are transient and are often not noticed. This study aimed to analyze the factors related to student self-awareness in conducting psychosocial screening.Methods: This study used a descriptive-analytic design with cross-sectional approach. The study was conducted at the Faculty of Nursing, Universitas Airlangga Surabaya. A total of 160 respondents was chosen using simple random sampling techniques. The instrument used was a questionnaire. The dependent variable in this study was students’ awareness in conducting psychosocial problems screening. The independent variables in this study were knowledge, social interaction, family support, perceived vulnerability, perceived severity, perceived benefits, perceived barriers, and self-confidence. Analysis used multiple linear regression statistical tests.Results: The results showed there was a relationship between social interaction (p=0.00), perceived vulnerability (p=0.00), perceived benefits (p=0.001) and self-confidence (p=0,000) with students’ self-awareness in conducting psychosocial screening. There was no relationship between knowledge (p=0.555), family support (p=0.720), perceived severity (p=0.070), perceived barriers (p=0.748) with students’ self-awareness in conducting psychosocial screening.Conclusion:Mental health awareness in nursing student should be enhanced and strengthened with health education. Self-awareness of mental health is important for students. This can prevent mental disorders in the future
      PubDate: 2020-09-09
      DOI: 10.20473/jn.v15i3.20395
      Issue No: Vol. 15, No. 3 (2020)
  • Model Theory of Planned Behavior to Improve Adherence to Treatment and the
           Quality of Life in Tuberculosis Patients

    • Authors: Made Mahaguna Putra, Ni Putu Wulan Purnama Sari
      Abstract: Introduction: Tuberculosis (TB) is a global public health problem and a leading cause of death from infectious diseases. The research objective was to determine the relationship between the theory of planned behavior, adherence and quality of life using the path model.Methods: This study employed a cross-sectional design with 154 tuberculosis patients. The research was conducted in all community health centers in the Buleleng, Bali. Data on subjective norms, attitudes, perceived behavior control, intention, physical and mental HRQoL domains and medical adherence were collected. Data were analyzed using a descriptive and structural equation model feature using structural equation model.Results: Most respondents have attitudes in the positive category and subjective norms in the good category. Perceived behavior is control in the good category, intentions in the good category and physical health in the good category. Almost all respondents have mental health in the good category and are married. All respondents in this study had adherence to treatment. The influence of subjective norms on intentions (p = <0.01), the influence of intentions on adherence (p = <0.01) and the effect of adherence on quality of life (p = <0.01) were found.Conclusion:Subjective norms are the most important part to influence intention. Adequate TB treatment causes HRQoL to improve.
      PubDate: 2020-09-07
      DOI: 10.20473/jn.v15i3.17958
      Issue No: Vol. 15, No. 3 (2020)
  • Empowerment for Children Aged Less Than 5 Years with Stunting: A
           Quasi-Experimental Design

    • Authors: Eli Amaliyah, Mulyati Mulyati
      Abstract: Introduction: Globally, more than one child in four under the age of five is too short for their age. Although attempts to reduce stunting have succeeded globally, stunting rates in Indonesia have unfortunately remained largely stagnant. However, few studies have been conducted in Indonesia, particularly in Banten to develop and evaluate the education program combining with nutrition rehabilitation intervention to reduce stunting. The purpose of this study was to test effectiveness of education and nutrition rehabilitation to increase community empowerment for stunting in Serang Banten.Methods: This study was conducted using a quasi-experimental design with the reversed-treatment non-equivalent control group design. The study used 200 people as research samples. The analysis tools used include descriptive statistics and paired t testsResults: The results of this study showed that education and nutrition rehabilitation effectively to increased community empowerment in overcoming children with stunting (p<0.05).Conclusion: Nutrition education and rehabilitation management needs to be improved in an effort to reproduce the status of malnutrition or malnutrition into normal nutritional status, particularly in Serang City.
      PubDate: 2020-09-01
      DOI: 10.20473/jn.v15i3.19494
      Issue No: Vol. 15, No. 3 (2020)
  • Reducing Labor Pain Intensity within First Stage Active Phase through Hegu
           LI 4 Acupressure and Quranic Recital Method

    • Authors: Nurul Azizah, Rafhani Rosyidah, Hanik Mahfudloh
      Abstract: Introduction: Labor pain is one of the greatest pains experienced by a woman in their life. The purpose of this study was to examine the effectiveness of acupressure and Quranic recital on labor pain reduction.Methods: The study design uses quasi-experiment with comparison between pretest and posttest on non-equivalent control group. Samples were as many as 30 laboring mothers in each group, totaling 60 samples who had been chosen through consecutive sampling technique. The labor pain was assessed through the NRS (Numeric Rating Scale) then analyzed univariately with mean and standard deviation, followed by independent T-sample statistical test such as bivariate analysis.Results: The average pain reduction score in the Hegu LI 4 acupressure group was higher than the Quranic recital of Surah Ar-Rahman group. The acupressure group average pain reduction was 3.03 ± 0.718 while the Quranic recital group was 2.57 ± 1.006. The difference in the average score of independent T-test was significant with the P < 0.007 and 95% C.I. -0.919-( -0.015)Conclusion: Hegu LI 4 acupressure and Quranic recital of Surah Ar-Rahman treatments were promising and may be utilized to reduce labor pain intensity within labor’s first stage active phase. Hegu LI 4 acupressure group   had a greater reduction in labor pain intensity than the Quranic recital of Surah Ar-Rahman group. This study suggests that Hegu LI 4 can be utilized to reduce labor pain as a non-pharmacological therapy.
      PubDate: 2020-08-30
      DOI: 10.20473/jn.v15i3.20556
      Issue No: Vol. 15, No. 3 (2020)
  • What Do Our Nurses Know about Managing Patient with Permanent

    • Authors: Muhamad Al Muizz Ismail, Nor Marini Ibrahim, Muhammad Kamil Che Hasan
      Abstract: Introduction: The number of patients with pacemaker implant is increasing in the health services sector in Malaysia, which requires nurses to have expertise in patient care with pacemaker implantation. Therefore, this study was conducted to analyse the level of knowledge among nurses regarding the management of patients with pacemaker implantation.Methods: A cross-sectional study was conducted through purposive sampling among all nurses working at the critical care unit, intensive care unit, cardiac rehabilitation ward, investigation clinical laboratory, and non-invasive clinical laboratory in a public hospital in Kelantan. A questionnaire consisted of demographic data and nurses’ knowledge was distributed. Data were analysed for descriptive analysis and using Pearson correlation test.Results: Results from all respondents (n=70), show  48.6 % of the respondents had moderate knowledge about patient management with pacemaker implantation, 32.9 % had a low level of knowledge and only 13.6% had high knowledge regarding management of patient with pacemaker implantation. There is a significant difference between the level of knowledge and demographic data, that is between the level of education (p=0.027), age (p=0.011) and length of service (p=0.015). There is no significant relationship between knowledge and demographic data, such as gender (p=0.481), marital status (p=0.315), and post-basic (p=0.067).Conclusion: Level of knowledge among nurses about the management of patient with pacemaker implantation is low to moderate. Additional education and exposure among nurses are needed to enhance the knowledge of nurses and improve the quality of care among patients with pacemaker implant.
      PubDate: 2020-08-19
      DOI: 10.20473/jn.v15i3.18925
      Issue No: Vol. 15, No. 3 (2020)
  • The Differences of Inpatients’ Satisfaction Level based on
           Socio-Demographic Characteristics

    • Authors: Ni Komang Ayu Adnya Dewi, Ni Putu Emy Darma Yanti, Kadek Saputra
      Abstract: Introduction: Assessing the quality of nursing care has become a global health issue. especially for caregivers and recipients of care in the inpatient department. Patient satisfaction is one of the  indicators to measure quality of nursing care. This study aimed to identify the differences of patient satisfaction level in inpatient ward based on socio-demographic characteristics at Siloam Hospitals Bali.Methods: This study was cross-sectional design with descriptive comparative and correlation methods. Patient satisfaction data were collected using the Patient Satisfaction with Nursing Care Quality Questionnaire (PSNCQQ) that was provided after the patient was discharged. Purposive sampling technique was used to determine 107 samples. The analytical tests used in this study were the Spearman correlation test, Mann-Whitney test and Kruskal-Wallis test.Results: The results of this study showed that there was a significant weak and negative correlation between the level of satisfaction and age of the patient (p = 0.017; r = -0.231; α <0.05). There were significant differences of patient satisfaction based on marital status (p = 0.036; α <0.05) and nationality status (p = 0.001; α <0.05), but there were no differences in patient satisfaction based on sex (p = 0.276; α <0.05) and education level (p = 0.434; α <0.05).Conclusion: This study concluded that social demographic characteristics of patients can influence the satisfaction, but only on age, marital and nationality status. This showed that inpatients provide good satisfaction evaluations of nursing care. The optimal nursing care needs to be maintained and improved, either routine evaluation or sustainable program development.
      PubDate: 2020-08-13
      DOI: 10.20473/jn.v15i3.20610
      Issue No: Vol. 15, No. 3 (2020)
  • Summary Guidance for Daily Practices on Glycemic Control and Foot Care

    • Authors: Devi Mediarti, Rosnani Rosnani, Hidayat Arifin
      Abstract: Introduction: The Prevalence of Diabetes Foot Ulcers (DFU) in Indonesia is increasing every year. Summary Guidance for Daily Practice (SGFDP) is a media used to discuss and share knowledge to prevent foot ulcer in patients with Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus (T2DM). The aim was to know the influence of applying SGFDP on glycemic control (fasting blood glucose levels) and foot care behavior.Methods: The study was quasi-experimental utilizing a pretest-post-test with a control group design. The sample obtained was 232 respondents through consecutive sampling. The variables were SGFDP, glycemic control, and foot care behavior. The intervention was conducted for three weeks meeting. The data collected using observation sheets and the Nottingham Assessment of Functional Footcare (NAFF) questionnaire. The results were analyzed using the Wilcoxon and Mann-Whitney tests.Results: Most of respondents were elderly aged 41-50 years old. Respondents showed significant progressed of foot care behavior on before and after treatment. The results showed a significant influence from SGFDP on foot care behavior (p=0.001).Conclusion: The application of SGFDP as an approach to prevent foot ulcers among adults T2DM was significantly affected. It was conducted by discussing and sharing knowledge and utilizing a foot ulcer prevention simulation with foot exercises. Sharing information and the attention given by the nurses in the form of regular meetings can increase patient knowledge and induce behavior changes among adult T2DM.  
      PubDate: 2020-08-11
      DOI: 10.20473/jn.v15i3.21127
      Issue No: Vol. 15, No. 3 (2020)
  • Domestic Violence and Postpartum Depression

    • Authors: Suhariyanto suhariyanto
      Abstract: Introduction: Domestic violence occurs at all levels of society. Evidence shows that sexual, physical and psychological violence are predisposing factors of postpartum depression. This study was aimed to determine the relationship between domestic violence and postpartum depression.Methods: This research adopted quantitative method through observational with a cross-sectional study design by analyzing secondary data from SEHATI longitudinal surveillance. A total of 232 women was selected as sample  using a purposive sampling method, with the sample criterion being mothers with children <2 years old located in Purworejo District, Central Java, consisting of 16 sub-districts and 494 villages. The data   obtained were analyzed using the chi square statistical test and binomial regression test.Results: The results of the quantitative data showed that physical violence against postpartum depression (PR = 1.7; 95% CI = 1.23-2.38), psychic violence against postpartum depression (PR = 1.9; 95% CI = 1.44-2.54), and sexual violence against postpartum depression (PR-2.0; 95% CI = 1.54-2.65). The result of the qualitative data showed that postpartum depression occurred due to domestic violence.Conclusion: Physical, psychological and sexual violence in the household are significantly related to postpartum depression.
      PubDate: 2020-08-10
      DOI: 10.20473/jn.v15i3.16930
      Issue No: Vol. 15, No. 3 (2020)
  • How Do People Living With HIV Acquire HIV Related Information: A
           Qualitative Evaluation of Jakarta Setting

    • Authors: Mahathir Mahathir, Wiwin Wiarsih, Henny Permatasari
      Abstract: Introduction: People living with HIV are fully aware of their risk behavior and future threats that might arise. The rapid progress of HIV serves the population with many options of healthcare services and treatments. Insufficient knowledge and information will only lower the outcomes of HIV eradication efforts. The ultimate goals to eradicate HIV are to upscale status notification and treat all with appropriate antiretroviral and viral suppression, but it needs sufficient information to administer. Programs and interventions have already been proposed, but an inquiry is needed to ensure all the information is actually there. The study aimed to explore the experience of people living with HIV acquiring HIV-related information.Methods: This study used phenomenological qualitative study and in-depth interviews were conducted to 12 people living with HIV. Semi-structured questions were delivered to all participants which explored their tangible experience in terms of nurturing sufficient HIV-related information.Results: The study found four consequential themes:  non-government organizations play a major role in HIV education, peers are a comfortable platform to discuss, it is all over the media and healthcare personnel are a source of knowledge. Conclusion: The distribution of HIV information and knowledge is now widespread. This situation marks   part of the success in fighting HIV. Remarkable attempts can be maintained by optimizing the viable option of information delivery.  Keyword: HIV knowledge; people living with HIV; qualitative study
      PubDate: 2020-08-09
      DOI: 10.20473/jn.v15i3.19432
      Issue No: Vol. 15, No. 3 (2020)
  • Relationship between Demographic Characteristics and Moral Sensitivity
           among Professional Nursing Students in Bali

    • Authors: Ni Putu Emy Darma Yanti, Komang Menik Sri Krisnawati
      Abstract: Introduction: Moral sensitivity is indispensably required in nurses for them to be aware of and be able to understand clients’ needs. This study aimed to determine the relationship between demographic characteristics and moral sensitivity among professional nursing students in Bali.Methods: The research used a descriptive-correlation method and a cross-sectional approach. The study population was all professional nursing students in Bali with 162 students as research respondents, sampled using the purposive sampling technique. The dependent variable is the moral sensitivity among professional nursing students and the independent variable is the demographic characteristics consisting of gender, age, religion, and number of siblings. Data were collected by means of a moral sensitivity questionnaire for nursing students developed by Lutzen in 1993 consisting of 27 statements.Results: The results of this study show that there is a significant relationship between religion and moral sensitivity (p=0.027; α=0.05), and that there is no relationship between sex, age, and number of siblings and moral sensitivity (p>0.05; α=0.05).Conclusion: The nursing students’ level of faith and understanding of their respective religious teachings can increase their moral sensitivity in providing nursing care.
      PubDate: 2020-07-10
      DOI: 10.20473/jn.v15i3.19634
      Issue No: Vol. 15, No. 3 (2020)
  • The Study of Learning Outcomes under Thai Qualifications Frameworks for
           Higher Education (TQF: HEd) in Community Health Nursing Practicum Course
           of 4th Year Students, Faculty of Nursing, Naresuan University

    • Authors: Amaraporn Puraya, Somsak Thojampa, Srisupha Jaisopha
      Abstract: Introduction: This was descriptive research which aimed to study the learning outcomes based on the Thai Qualifications Frameworks for Higher Education (TQF: HEd)) after completing community health nursing practicum of 4th year students, the Faculty of Nursing, Naresuan University.Methods: The samples were 113 4th year nursing students. Data were collected using the evaluation form of opinions on learning outcomes in six areas, namely morals and ethics, knowledge, intellectual skills, interpersonal skills and responsibility, numerical analysis, communication and information technology skills and professional practice skills. Data were analyzed using frequency distribution, percentage, mean and standard deviation.Results: The research results showed that the mean score of the opinions of the 4th year students, Faculty of Nursing, Naresuan University, toward their learning outcomes based on the TQF: HEd was quite high in all six areas. The overall score was at a high level (X̄=4.36, S.D. =0.42). The area with the highest level was morals and ethics (X̄ = 4.50, S.D = 0.39), followed by professional practice skills (X̄ = 4.48, S.D. = 0.49), interpersonal skills and responsibility (X̄ = 4.43, S.D. = 0.53), numerical analysis, communication and information technology skills (X̄ = 4.31, S.D. = 0.55), intellectual skills (X̄= 4.31, S.D. = 0.52) and knowledge (X̄ = 4.11, S.D. = 0.55), respectively.Conclusion: The research results can be used as the guidelines for the development of learning outcomes and assessment in accordance with the TQF: HEd.
      PubDate: 2020-07-10
      DOI: 10.20473/jn.v15i3.19212
      Issue No: Vol. 15, No. 3 (2020)
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