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Publisher: Alma Ata University   (Total: 2 journals)   [Sort by number of followers]

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Jurnal Gizi dan Dietetik Indonesia : Indonesian J. of Nutrition and Dietetics     Open Access   (Followers: 3)
Jurnal Ners dan Kebidanan Indonesia     Open Access   (Followers: 1)
Journal Cover Jurnal Ners dan Kebidanan Indonesia
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   ISSN (Print) 2354-7642 - ISSN (Online) 2503-1856
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  • Back Massage and Noni Fruit (Morinda citrifolia) Reduced Blood Pressure in
           People with Hypertension

    • Authors: Ni Kadek Yuni Lestari, I Ketut Suardana, Ni Wayan Trisnadianti
      Pages: 117 - 223
      Abstract: Hypertension is an increase in blood pressure caused by decreased elasticity of blood vessels and that often found in the elderly. Blood pressure is the resistance of blood vessels when the blood flows throughout the body. Treatment of hypertension can be treated with non-pharmacological therapy such as back massage and drink noni fruit (Morinda Citrifolia) processed. Back massage can decrease blood pressure caused by the presence of mechanoreceptor as vasodilators. Noni fruits have scopoletin as vasodilators and xeronin as deuretics. This study aims to determine the effect of back massage and consuming processed from noni fruit to blood pressure in hypertension at Clinical Region of Public Health Center II North Denpasar. This research using Quasi-experiment with nonequivalent control group design. Sample of 26 respondents was divided into the treatment (intervention) group and the control group. Results of the Paired T-test that systolic pressure p=0.001; Diastolic pressure p=0.003; And Mean Arterial Pressure p=0,001. Result of the Independent T-test that systolic pressure p=0,048; Diastolic pressure p=0.011; And Mean Arterial Pressure p=0.005 (≤α=0,05), the results showed that there was significant effect of back massage and noni fruit processed to decreased blood pressure in people with hypertension. Expected back massage and noni fruit preparations can be used as an alternative to decreasing blood pressure in people with hypertension. 
      PubDate: 2018-03-01
      Issue No: Vol. 5, No. 3 (2018)
       
  • The Effects of Coaching of Head Nurses on the Quality of Discharge
           Planning Documentations

    • Authors: Candra Dewi Rahayu, Tri Hartiti, Muhamad Rofi'i
      Pages: 157 - 164
      Abstract: Quality discharge planning will improve the quality of nursing care and the patients’ independence, life quality, and self-efficacy. It also reduces the rate of disease recurrence, the length of stay (LOS), and the cost of care. Coaching is a method to increase professionalism in the delivery of nursing care. Coaching which is performed by nursing managers will enhance the skills, knowledge, and motivation of nurses in providing discharge planning. The aim of this study was to determine the effects of coaching of head nurses on the quality of discharge planning documentations. The study represented a quasi-experimental research with pre-post-test control group design. The samples were 70 nurses and 64 discharge planning documentations selected by non-probability sampling. The statistical analysis used was repeated ANOVA. The test results showed that after the training of coaching of the head nurses, the quality of discharge planning in the control group was 81.647 with a p-value of 0.198, and 98.412 in the intervention group with a p-value of 0.00 (α = 0.05). The results showed that the coaching of the head nurses had a significant effect on improving the nurses’ competence in the documentation of discharge planning. Coaching is a competence that nursing managers should have; therefore, it is suggested that head nurses provide guidance and supervision through continuous coaching to maintain and improve the quality of discharge planning.
      PubDate: 2018-03-01
      Issue No: Vol. 5, No. 3 (2018)
       
  • Implementation of Caring Leadership Model Had an Effect on Nurse’s
           Burnout

    • Authors: Ni Made Nopita Wati, Hasib Ardani, Luky Dwiantoro
      Pages: 165 - 173
      Abstract: The high demand for role and function as a nurse can potentially lead to burnout.The impact of burnout causes patients to have secondary infections that are not caused by the disease, decrease patient satisfaction and quality of care and mortality. Efforts that can be done to reduce the nurse's burnout is through the application of an effective leadership style. Caring leadership as a leadership style can facilitate the needs of nurses so that it will improve performance. This study aims to determine the effect of caring leadership of the head of space on the burnout of nurses. The method used is quasi experiment pre and post design with control group. A total of 46 nurses were taken as samples through purposive sampling fron 426 nurses. Data analysis using pairred t-test. The results showed that there was difference of average burnout value before and after applied caring leadership with p-value=0.000, which means there is influence of head room caring leadership against nurse's burnout. Implementation of caring leadership should be done consistently for all nursing activities in the hospital, given the caring leadership can reduce the burnout of nurses that will ultimately have an impact on the quality of nursing services.
      PubDate: 2018-03-01
      Issue No: Vol. 5, No. 3 (2018)
       
  • Effect of Approach Play With Finger Painting on Social Interaction Ability
           among Autism Childrens’s

    • Authors: Henni Marina Siregar, Rian Yuliyana, Khusnul Khatimah
      Pages: 174 - 181
      Abstract: Autism is a complex developmental disorder. Autism has some disturbances in the areas of speech, communication, and social interaction. Some treatments can be done such as behavior therapy, play therapy and speech therapy, one of treatment is approach play with finger painting. Finger painting is a painting technique uses finger directly without tools and brush. Finger painting can be used as a play tool and can train to develop a high sense of solidarity. The aim of this study was to analyze the effect of approach play with finger painting on autism children’s social interaction in SLB Mutiara Tanjungpinang. Method of this research was used quasi-experiment design with pretest dan posttest without control group approach. the sample was 7 children between 6 and 12 years old using total sampling design. This study was conducted at Sekolah Luar Biasa Mutiara Tanjungpinang. Data collected by observation of ATEC (Autism Treatment Evaluation Checklist) modification. Data were analyzed with Wilcoxon Match Pair Test. The results showed that ρ value=0.025 (ρ value <ɑ=0.05). The result of this study concluded that there was an effect of approach play with finger painting on autism children’s social interaction in SLB Mutiara Tanjungpinang. Based on the result, it is recommendation for educational health institution and special school to applied finger painting method to exercise the autism children’s social interaction.
      PubDate: 2018-03-01
      Issue No: Vol. 5, No. 3 (2018)
       
  • Self-Concept of People with HIV (PLHIV)

    • Authors: Miskijan Miskijan, Wahyuningsih Wahyuningsih, Lia Endriyani
      Pages: 182 - 191
      Abstract: HIV AIDS is one of contagion that is caused by virus of HIV which until now there is no medicine or vaccination found. The amount of HIV AIDS patients in Srandakan District are 0,03% of the total population, every year is always increasing 0,01%. Some problems that happened to ODHA in Srandakan Districti.e.an ODHA who moved because always becoming treding talk. An ODHA woman with her two children that is left by her husband when she is going to give birth the second. An ODHA shemale who lived alone. An ODHA man who is stopped from his work with the reason that the office can’t give salary. Toward the condition of ODHA caused some ODHA fell afraid interacting to society around.the aim of this research is getting figure of personal concept toward HIV AIDS in the district of Puskesmas Srandakan Bantul. This research uses qualitative descriptive method. The sample in this research is six people who lived in the Puskesmas Srandakan region and have been took using sampling purposive technic. The conclusion of this research succeded to identify the existence of personal concept problem toward six participants they felt decresing of thinking process, easy to feel tired, worried about don’t get job that causes he can’t fulfill his family need. Worried that HIV status is known by family and society. Changing personal concept about personal identity i.e. ODHA felt comfortable with changing himself from male to be female, worried to find soulmate. Concept to body image that is shame with skin injury. Personal concept of role performance is more roles in-house family, self-limiting toward society. Personal concept of personal esteem is about low personal esteem.
      PubDate: 2018-03-01
      Issue No: Vol. 5, No. 3 (2018)
       
  • Decreased of Family Negative Attitudes in Family Members of Schizophrenic
           Sickness disorder with Supportive Therapy

    • Authors: Kellyana Irawati
      Pages: 192 - 199
      Abstract: Family negative attitudes and family rejection against family members with mental illness increased the incidence of recurrence in patients with mental disorder. The study aimed to determine the effect of supportive therapy on family attitudes and family rejection of family members with mental disorder schizophrenia. This study used a pre-post design quasi-experiment with control group with sampling using cluster sampling The numbers of sample in this study were 51 families with mental illness family member for the intervention group and 45 families with mental illness family member to the control group. This research used the instrument family attitude scale and acceptance and rejection scale. The results showed there were significant changes in attitudes after being given supportive therapy group (p-value<a=0.05). There is a significant difference in the change in the intervention group and the control (p-value<a=0.05). The suggestion of this research is to apply supportive group therapy and family communities.
      PubDate: 2018-03-01
      Issue No: Vol. 5, No. 3 (2018)
       
  • Breastfeeding Support and Facilities for Mothers in the Workplace

    • Authors: Yundar Indrawanto, Bunga Astria Paramashanti, Hamam Hadi, Nur Indah Rahmawati, Faza Kilwan Amna
      Pages: 200 - 208
      Abstract: Exclusive breastfeeding is the fulfillment of infants and mothers’ rights. However, the coverage of exclusive breastfeeding remained low. This study aimed to understand the breastfeeding support and facilities at the workplace in the implementation of exclusive breastfeeding among working mothers. This study was conducted in companies in the area of Bantul District. Design in this study was qualitative design with phenomenology approach. Participants were selected by using purposive sampling methods. Based on the interview, participants received breastfeeding support from employers but it was not supported by written policy on the management of exclusive breastfeeding at the workplace. This might affect on the availability of lactation room and the facilities provided in the lactation room, maternity leave which was considered inadequate, no break time for lactating or pumping the breastmilk, and neither childcare at the workplace or child care that was near to the workplace. In conclusion, breastfeeding support and facilities at the workplace would give benefits in the implementation of exclusive breastfeeding among working mothers.
      PubDate: 2018-03-01
      Issue No: Vol. 5, No. 3 (2018)
       
  • Determinant of Intrauterine Contraception (IUD) Election on Couples of
           Childbearing Age

    • Authors: Ika Lestiani
      Pages: 209 - 216
      Abstract: The crucial problem in our country is a population explosion, so the Government made a program called family planning (FP) which have the vision to be a qualified family that safe healthy, advance, and independent. Also have the ideal child with the brilliant concept, responsibility, harmony, and religious. The research direction to study and tell the determinant that related to the election of intrauterine contraception tools in UPT II Region of Banjar regency in 2014. The research use case-control design with retrospective approached a sample quantity is 206 respondent that divided as 103 (IUD acceptor) and 103 (non-IUD acceptor), also statistic analysis uses the chi-square and logistic regression. The variable that related to the election of IUD contraception on couples of childbearing age is age, education, parity, FP services, husband support, knowledge, application cost (p-value<0.05), and the non-related variable is an occupation and economic status. Based on logistic regression test, we have a result that the most related factor to an election of IUD contraception on couples of childbearing age is education with the p-value 0.000 and odds ratio (OR) 5.971. That means is couples of childbearing age with the higher education have 5,9 times has an opportunity to use the IUD contraception, after controlling for the variable to husband support, as well as age, parity becomes confounding variables.
      PubDate: 2018-03-01
      Issue No: Vol. 5, No. 3 (2018)
       
  • Education and Hospital Chart Related with Anemia among 3 rd Trimester of
           Pregnant Women

    • Authors: Fatimah Fatimah, Siti Arieska Shomadiyyah
      Pages: 224 - 229
      Abstract: Anemia in pregnancy is a problem serious, especially in Indonesia. This research used quantitative with explanatory research. In the work area of Puskesmas Pajangan from 10 pregnant women, 7 of them experienced anemia. The purpose of this study to determine the relationship between education, history of disease, age and the work of anemic mothers in the third trimester of pregnancy. This research is a quantitative research with explanatory research design. The population was 85 pregnant women in third trimester at Puskesmas Pajangan. The independent variable was characteristics pregnant mothers and dependent variable is anemia in third trimester of pregnancy at Puskesmas Pajangan Yogyakarta. The research uses a questionnaire that has been tested and reliability validity test. Bivariate analysis use was Pearson and Spearman. The results of the analysis bivariate p-value of age mother (0.071), education (0.003), disease history (0.007), work (0.097). In conclusion, there was related between education and disease history with the genesis anemia, While age and job did not relate to anemia in third trimester of pregnancy
      PubDate: 2018-03-01
      Issue No: Vol. 5, No. 3 (2018)
       
  • Level I Progressive Mobilization effected on Improvement Pulmonary
           Oxygenation Ventilation Function in Non Hemorrhagic Stroke Patients

    • Authors: Niken Setyaningrum, Mardiyono Mardiyono, Untung Sujianto
      Pages: 230 - 236
      Abstract: Immobilization in non-hemorrhagic stroke patients can lower lung expansion due to an accumulation of secretions resulting in impaired oxygenation ventilation function of the lungs, thus facilitating the growth of bacteria that cause pneumonia. Switching the patient's position every 2 hours allows the lung area to re-expand and to increase the transport of oxygen which will improve oxygenation ventilation function of the lungs. Various research results concluded that a measure to prevent changes in the oxygenation ventilation function of the lungs is to maintain the airway effective. This can be done by putting the patient in a sloping or semi-prone position, heightening the head of the bed to a 30- degree angle. Level I progressive mobilization is a preferred intervention that is safe to do to maintain the lung's oxygenation ventilation function. Objective: To evaluate the effect of progressive mobilization of level I on the pulmonary oxygenation ventilation function in non-hemorrhagic stroke patients. Methods: Design of experimental research. Sampling was done using random allocation with the number of samples that were 52 people, using the Wilcoxon and Man Whitney test analysis. The results showed that the measurement of the pulmonary oxygenation ventilation function using the peak flow meter seen in the intervention group had a significant increase in air volume, from before the intervention of 220 ± 78,9 to 263,65 ± 61.6 after 5 days of intervention, with p-value <0.001. While in the control group there was a significant decrease of air volume from 255 ± 58,94 to 225 ± 53,16 with p-value <0.001. The oxygenation ventilation function average increase in the intervention group was 43.65, higher than the increase in the control group, which decreased by -30. The Mann Whitney test result obtained p-value <0.001. In conclusion. there was a significant difference in the pulmonary oxygenation ventilation functions in the intervention and control groups after the level I progressive mobilization in non- hemorrhagic stroke patients at Dr.Adhyatma Semarang Hospital, which means that there was an impact of the level I mobilization on the lung oxygenation ventilation function on non-hemorrhagic stroke patients in Dr. Adhyatma Semarang Hospital.  
      PubDate: 2018-03-01
      Issue No: Vol. 5, No. 3 (2018)
       
 
 
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