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Selvia Novitasari, Weti Weti, Ferasinta Ferasinta, Nopia Wati
Published: 19 August 2021
Jurnal Keperawatan Silampari, Volume 5, pp 207-213; https://doi.org/10.31539/jks.v5i1.2890

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This study aims to determine the effect of applying atraumatic care with audiovisuals to reduce or minimize the anxiety of hospitalized children during the COVID-19 pandemic at Harapan and Doa Hospital, Bengkulu City. This research method is quantitative research with a quasi-experimental design. The results showed that the difference in the average decrease in anxiety frequency before and after the intervention was 2,500 with a standard deviation of 1,761, the value of 95% CI (0,652 - 4,348), p-value obtained 0.018 < = 0.05. In conclusion, there is a significant effect on the level of anxiety of preschoolers before and after the audiovisual intervention at Harapan and Doa Hospital Bengkulu City. Keywords: Children, Audiovisual, Anxiety
Arni Wianti, Asep Setiawan, Murtiningsih Murtiningsih, Budiman Budiman, Lilis Rohayani
Published: 19 August 2021
Jurnal Keperawatan Silampari, Volume 5, pp 96-102; https://doi.org/10.31539/jks.v5i1.2587

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This study aims to determine the factors that influence patient safety culture on patient safety incidents in Cirebon City and Regency public hospitals which are seen from the characteristics of nurses and patient safety culture. The type of research used is non-experimental quantitative using a cross-sectional research design. The results showed that the characteristics of nurses that influenced patient safety incidents were education with an OR of 5,613 and gender with an OR of 4,478. In conclusion, education, gender, management support, cooperation between units as well as handsoff and transition are factors that influence patient safety incidents. Keywords: Patient Safety Culture, Patient Safety Incident, Nurse Characteristics
Afriani Afriani, Mudatsir Mudatsir, Suryane Sulistiana Susanti
Published: 19 August 2021
Jurnal Keperawatan Silampari, Volume 5, pp 186-195; https://doi.org/10.31539/jks.v5i1.2894

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This study aims to determine the relationship between motivation and supervision with the performance of nurses in implementing infection prevention and control in hospitals in Aceh Province. The research method used was a cross-sectional study. The results showed that motivation and supervision were significantly related to the performance of Infection Prevention and Control Nurses in Banda Aceh City Hospital and Kab. Aceh Besar (P-value < 0.05). In conclusion, the motivation variable, namely the need for achievement, is the most dominant predictor associated with the performance of Infection Prevention and Control Nurses at the Banda Aceh City Hospital and Kab. Aceh Besar. Keywords: IPCLN, Performance, Motivation, Nurse, Supervision
Rosnita Sebayang, Hotman Sinaga, Mustika Sari Hutabarat
Published: 19 August 2021
Jurnal Keperawatan Silampari, Volume 5, pp 444-452; https://doi.org/10.31539/jks.v5i1.3049

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This study aims to determine the results of hemoglobin examination with secondary homogenization techniques 3, 5, 7, and 8 times, after being left for 60 minutes after primary homogenization. The research method used is pre-experimental research. The results showed that the average hemoglobin measured by an automatic hematology analyzer in the secondary homogenized blood group was 3 times 13.3 g/dl, homogenized 5 times 13.1 g/dl, homogenized 7 times 13.2 g/dl, and homogenization 8 times 13.1g/dl. In conclusion, there is no difference in hemoglobin levels in the secondary homogenization process 3, 5, 7, and 8 times. Keywords: EDTA Blood, Hemoglobin, Homogenization
Susi Sastika Sumi, Wa Mina La Isa
Published: 19 August 2021
Jurnal Keperawatan Silampari, Volume 5, pp 148-155; https://doi.org/10.31539/jks.v5i1.2683

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This study aims to determine the differences in the physiological adaptation of newborns through expected delivery with lotus birth and without lotus birth at Kandai Public Health Center, Kendari City. The method used is quantitative research using a comparative study with a cross-sectional approach. The results showed differences in physiological adaptation (heart rate, respiratory rate, thermoregulated frequency, or body temperature) of newborns through expected delivery with lotus birth and without lotus birth. Respondent statistical data obtained from each physiological system of newborns showed a p-value of 0.013. In conclusion, there are differences in the physiological adaptation of newborns through expected delivery with lotus birth and without lotus birth at the Kandai Public Health Center, Kendari City. Keywords: Physiological Adaptation, Newborn, Lotus Birth, Without Lotus Birth
Marylin Susanti Junias, Sarci M. Toy
Published: 19 August 2021
Jurnal Keperawatan Silampari, Volume 5, pp 420-429; https://doi.org/10.31539/jks.v5i1.3057

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This study aims to describe the adherence to the COVID-19 health protocol practice and sources of information about the prevention of COVID-19 among survivors in Kupang City. The type of research used in this research is descriptive quantitative. The results showed that the majority of COVID-19 survivors were obedient in using personal protective equipment in the form of masks (96%), washing hands with soap/hand sanitizer (84%), practicing social distancing (88%), and avoiding crowds (88%). In conclusion, the sources of information regarding the prevention of COVID-19 for COVID-19 survivors in Kupang City come from television, radio, and internet/social media (Whatsapp/Facebook/Instagram/Youtube). Exposure to information on how to prevent and experience COVID-19 makes COVID-19 survivors more obedient in implementing health protocol practices in the community. Keywords: COVID-19, Survivors, Health Protocol
Fauzul Hayat, Nurce Arifiati, Tria Astika Endah Permatasari
Published: 19 August 2021
Jurnal Keperawatan Silampari, Volume 5, pp 125-133; https://doi.org/10.31539/jks.v5i1.2265

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This study aims to determine the factors that cause the behavior of using nutrition services by pregnant women with the risk of KEK at the Nutrition Clinic of the Kasemen Health Center, Serang City. This research method uses cross-sectional research. The results showed that 66.2% of pregnant women at risk of KESK did not take advantage of nutrition services at the nutrition clinic. The behavior of the utilization of nutrition services in pregnant women with the risk of SEZ was most dominantly influenced by support (OR=6.31; 95% CI: 2.633-15.138). In addition, this behavior is influenced by other factors, namely needs (OR = 5.22; 95% CI: 1.608-16.926) and family income (OR = 2.48; 95% CI: 1.061-5.814). In conclusion, pregnant women at risk of CED who do not receive support from their husbands are at risk of 6.31 times more at risk of not using nutrition services than pregnant women with the risk of CED who receive their husband's support. Keywords: Pregnant Women, Nutrition Services, Risk of Chronic Energy Deficiency (KEK)
Juli Andri, Fahri Permata, Padila Padila, Andry Sartika, Muhammad Bagus Andrianto
Published: 19 August 2021
Jurnal Keperawatan Silampari, Volume 5, pp 255-262; https://doi.org/10.31539/jks.v5i1.2917

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This study aims to determine the effect of slow deep breathing exercise on reducing blood pressure in hypertensive patients in the Telaga Dewa Health Center work area, Bengkulu City. This research method is quantitative research with a quasi-experimental research design. The results of univariate analysis obtained that the average respondent was 64 years old, with the majority gender being female, namely seven respondents (53.3%). Most respondents have a family history of hypertension, as many as 12 respondents (80%). The results of the bivariate analysis showed that the p-value <0.05. In conclusion, there is a decrease in systolic and diastolic blood pressure before and after slow deep breathing intervention in hypertension sufferers in the Telaga Dewa Health Center Work Area, Bengkulu City. Keywords: Hypertension, Slow Deep Breathing Exercise, Blood Pressure
Brigita Sri Jane, Mutiara Cyesa Prasasti Ngandoh, Dea Nur Shabrina Hidayat, Framita Rahman, Arnis Puspitha R
Published: 19 August 2021
Jurnal Keperawatan Silampari, Volume 5, pp 591-600; https://doi.org/10.31539/jks.v5i1.2915

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This study aims to determine the influence of siri'na pacce culture on women's self-esteem with HIV/AIDS and the factors that influence the level of self-esteem of women with HIV/AIDS in the city of Makassar. This research method is mixed-method research using a transcultural nursing approach. The study results found that all respondents still adhere to the siri'na pacce culture in their families. Based on the questionnaire data analysis, most of the respondents had moderate levels of self-esteem in their families. In conclusion, the factors that influence this are the siri'na pacce culture which is still adhered to by the Bugis Makassar community, the level of education, and the moral support obtained from the family so that women living with HIV can live everyday daily lives even though they only reveal their HIV status to their families. Closest. Keywords: HIV/AIDS, Self Esteem, Siri'na Pacce, Transcultural Nursing
Indah Marzalia Putri, Nelwati Nelwati, Emil Huriani
Published: 19 August 2021
Jurnal Keperawatan Silampari, Volume 5, pp 390-395; https://doi.org/10.31539/jks.v5i1.3059

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This study aims to determine the average fatigue score in cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy treatment at RSUP. Dr. M. Djamil Padang. The type of research used is descriptive quantitative. The results of this study indicate that the average value of the respondent's level of fatigue is 28.78, with a minimum value of 19 and a maximum of 37 using 95% CI. If categorized as 66.6% of respondents experienced moderate fatigue, and as many as 33.4% experienced severe fatigue. In conclusion, the average value of the respondents' fatigue level mainly was in the intermediate fatigue category, and almost half of them were extreme fatigue. Keywords: Cancer, Fatigue, Chemotherapy
Arya Ramadia, Ahmad Redho, Fifi Sri Nofa
Published: 19 August 2021
Jurnal Keperawatan Silampari, Volume 5, pp 584-590; https://doi.org/10.31539/jks.v5i1.2972

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This study aims to determine the effect of providing CPR training on the level of knowledge and skills of PMR members. The research method uses a quasi-experimental design with a one group pre-post test design approach. The results showed that the majority of respondents were 17 years old, namely 12 people (48%). Gender, it is known that the majority of respondents' gender is female, as many as 14 respondents (56%). The average value of respondents' knowledge in performing CPR before being given training was an average of 7.56 (SD 2.2) and after training the average value increased by 13.04 (SD 1.46). Data analysis used paired t test with p < 0.00 (p value < 0.05). In conclusion, there is an effect of CPR action training on knowledge and skills before and after being given training. With the CPR action training, it will be able to increase the knowledge and skills of PMR members so that more bystanders can be created, especially among young people. Keywords: Basic Life Support, Skills, Knowledge
Irma Nurbaeti, Iklil Farida
Published: 19 August 2021
Jurnal Keperawatan Silampari, Volume 5, pp 67-73; https://doi.org/10.31539/jks.v5i1.1971

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This study aims to determine the relationship between marital satisfaction and postpartum depression in postpartum mothers in South Tangerang. The type of research used is quantitative research with a cross-sectional approach. The results showed that 60 respondents (20.55%) experienced postpartum depression with an EPDS score of more than 13, and 15 respondents (5.16%) were dissatisfied with their marriage. In conclusion, there is a relationship between marital satisfaction and postpartum depression with a p-value of 0.018. Mothers who are dissatisfied with their marriages tend to experience postpartum depression. Keywords: Postpartum depression, Marital satisfaction, Maternal, Nurse
Andri Kusuma Wijaya, Nurhayati Nurhayati, Selvia Novitasari
Published: 19 August 2021
Jurnal Keperawatan Silampari, Volume 5, pp 43-50; https://doi.org/10.31539/jks.v5i1.2270

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This study aims to determine the effect of breathing relaxation techniques on the frequency of urination or urinary incontinence for the elderly at the Tresna Werdha Pagar Dewa Social Home Bengkulu. This study used a one-group pretest-posttest pre-experimental research design. The results of the study found that most of the respondents were female, namely 9 (60%) and male, 6 (40%), while based on education level, most of the respondents had a low level of education, namely 13 (86.7%) for higher education. there are 2 respondents (13,3%). The results of the bivariate analysis of breathing relaxation techniques on the frequency of urination in the elderly (p-value = 0.000). In conclusion, there is an effect of the Breathing Relaxation Technique on the Frequency of Urination in the Elderly at the Tresna Werdha Pagar Dewa Social Institution, Bengkulu. Keywords: BAK, Relaxation
Erika Pebriyanti, Yuanita Windusari, Haerawati Idris
Published: 19 August 2021
Jurnal Keperawatan Silampari, Volume 5, pp 551-559; https://doi.org/10.31539/jks.v5i1.3166

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This study aims to analyze the implementation of antenatal care service policies for pregnant women during the Covid-19 pandemic in Kepahiang Regency using Edward III's theory. This research method uses a qualitative descriptive design. The results showed that communication between health workers and pregnant women, husbands, or families in implementing antenatal care activities for pregnant women was relatively smooth. Human resources from health workers implementing antenatal care activities were available according to needs, disposition, and bureaucratic structure in service implementation. During the Covid-19 pandemic in Kepahiang Regency, antenatal care for pregnant women went well. In conclusion, in general, the performance of antenatal care service policies for pregnant women during the Covid-19 pandemic in the Kepahiang Regency went well. Keywords: ANC, Covid-19, Pregnant Women, Policy
Andrye Fernandes, Yessi Andriani
Published: 19 August 2021
Jurnal Keperawatan Silampari, Volume 5, pp 196-206; https://doi.org/10.31539/jks.v5i1.1807

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This study aims to examine the relationship between these factors and sleep disorders and determine the factors that most influence the occurrence of sleep disorders in ALL children undergoing chemotherapy. The design of this research is descriptive-analytic with a cross-sectional approach. The results showed a statistically significant relationship between the type of ALL, chemotherapy regimen, hemoglobin levels, fatigue, pain, and anxiety with a value of (p<0.005). In conclusion, pain and anxiety factors are the most influencing sleep disorders. Cancer and treatment, physiological, and psychological factors are related to the occurrence of sleep disturbances that will affect the quality of life of the next child. Keywords: Sleep Disorders, Chemotherapy, Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia
Selamat Parmin, Mustikasari Mustikasari, Rohman Azzam
Published: 19 August 2021
Jurnal Keperawatan Silampari, Volume 5, pp 463-477; https://doi.org/10.31539/jks.v5i1.2969

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This study aims to determine the effect of health education using the peer education method on the knowledge and support of families of stroke patients during the COVID-19 pandemic. This research method is a quantitative study with a non-equivalent control group design. The results showed that most respondents in the intervention group had good knowledge and 78.0%, high family support as much as 64.0%, and most respondents in the control group had less understanding than 54.0%, low family support as much as 60.0 %. After being given Education: peer education method good knowledge as much as 76.5% with -value = 0.015, family support as much as 64.7% and -value 0.009, age is related to understanding and family support (ρ < ) while Education, source information has no relationship with family knowledge and consent (ρ value > 0.05). In conclusion, there is an effect of health education: the peer education method on expertise, family support for stroke patients during the covid 19 pandemic at the Palembang City Health Center, and there are differences in knowledge and family support where the intervention group has higher knowledge and family support, the results of Chi-Square analysis are obtained. There is no characteristic relationship between education level and expertise, and there is no expected relationship between information sources and knowledge at the Merdeka Ariodillah Basuki Rahmat Health Center in 2021. Keywords: Family Support, Pandemic COVID-19, Peer Education, Knowledge, Stroke
Wilda Atusnah, Yenita Agus
Published: 19 August 2021
Jurnal Keperawatan Silampari, Volume 5, pp 272-281; https://doi.org/10.31539/jks.v5i1.2933

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This study aims to determine the relationship between stress and the incidence of vaginal discharge in second-semester nursing students of UIN Syarif Hidayatullah Jakarta. This research method is quantitative research with an analytical design using a cross-sectional approach. The results showed that most of the respondents experienced moderate stress, namely 41 respondents (71.9%) and pathological vaginal discharge as many as 31 respondents (54.4%) with P-value = 0.04 (P <0.05). In conclusion, there is a relationship between stress and the incidence of vaginal discharge in second-semester nursing students. Keywords: Vaginal discharge, Nursing Students, Stress
Muhammad Jais, Teuku Tahlil, Suryane Sulistiana Susanti
Published: 19 August 2021
Jurnal Keperawatan Silampari, Volume 5, pp 82-88; https://doi.org/10.31539/jks.v5i1.2687

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This study aims to examine the relationship between family support and the quality of life of DM patients. This type of research is a quantitative research using a cross-sectional design. The results showed that most DM patients (64.3%) had a good quality of life. There is a statistically significant relationship between the quality of life of patients with emotional support (p-Value = 0.0002), instrumental (p-Value = 0.0005), and informational (p-Value = 0.000), but the relationship is not significant with support award (p-Value = 0.52). In conclusion, factors related to the quality of life of DM patients are emotional, instrumental, and informational support. Keywords: Diabetes Mellitus, Family Support, Quality of Life
Linda Widiastuti
Published: 19 August 2021
Jurnal Keperawatan Silampari, Volume 5, pp 233-239; https://doi.org/10.31539/jks.v5i1.2833

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This study aims to determine the difference in the quality of life of COVID-19 patients with Comorbid in the Tanjungpinang City area. The research method uses analytical research with a comparative design. The results of the study were the majority of COVID-19 respondents with comorbid DM: age range 56-65 years 26 (50%), female sex 38 (73.1%), high school education 26 (50%), signs of COVID-19 symptoms (fever, cough, sore throat and shortness of breath) 52 (100%). While the majority of COVID-19 respondents with comorbid HT: age range 56-65 years 21 (26.9%), female sex 27 (51.9%), high school education 23 (44.2%), signs of COVID-19 symptoms (fever, headache) 52 (100%), blood sugar examination when abnormal with 43 people (82.7%). Blood pressure examination of stage 2 hypertension (≥ 140/>90 mmHg) with a total of 26 people (50%). The results of the bivariate analysis of the Mann Whitney test showed that the Value was 0.001 (<0.05). In conclusion, there was a difference in the quality of life. COVID-19 patients with comorbid diabetes mellitus and hypertension. Keywords: COVID-19, Diabetes Mellitus, Hypertension, Quality of Life
G. Nur Widya Putra, Putu Agus Ariana, Ni Luh Gede Melda Rosita
Published: 19 August 2021
Jurnal Keperawatan Silampari, Volume 5, pp 20-26; https://doi.org/10.31539/jks.v5i1.2586

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This study aims to determine the effect of health education on HIV/AIDS using flipchart media on community stigma in Munduk Village. The design of this research is pre-experimental with a one-group pre-post-test design. The results showed that the stigma of respondents before being given health education about HIV/AIDS using flipchart media, on average, had a high negative stigma about HIV/AIDS (81.1 %). After being given health counseling, most respondents (70.3%) have a low negative stigma about HIV/AIDS. The results of the bivariate analysis showed a p-value of 0.005. In conclusion, health education using flipchart media effectively increases positive stigma about PLWHA in the community in Munduk Village, Buleleng Regency. Keywords: PLWHA, Health Counseling, Stigma
Kgs Muhammad Faizal, Ardiansyah Ardiansyah
Published: 19 August 2021
Jurnal Keperawatan Silampari, Volume 5, pp 601-609; https://doi.org/10.31539/jks.v5i1.3015

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This study aims to find out what problems affect the anxiety of health workers in handling COVID-19. This research design uses a quantitative research design with a cross-sectional approach. The results of the study found that several factors that were suspected of having anxiety problems in handling COVID-19 that had a relationship were age (0.044), family status (0.037), and knowledge of health workers (0.000). At the same time, the variables of gender, education, years of service, advice, and infrastructure have no relationship with the anxiety problems of health workers in handling COVID-19. In conclusion, there is a relationship between age, family status, and knowledge of anxiety handling COVID-19. Keywords: COVID-19, Anxiety, Health Workers
Padila Padila, Dhea Septeah Ningrum, Juli Andri, Andry Sartika, Muhammad Bagus Andrianto
Published: 19 August 2021
Jurnal Keperawatan Silampari, Volume 5, pp 168-177; https://doi.org/10.31539/jks.v5i1.2709

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This study aims to describe the level of parental anxiety when children interact socially during the Covid-19 pandemic in the work area of the Beringin Raya Public Health Center, Bengkulu City. The research method used in this study is a descriptive method with a quantitative approach. The results showed that the description of the level of anxiety of parents when their children interacted socially during the COVID-19 pandemic from 45 respondents, the category of not being anxious was five respondents (11.1%), mild anxiety was 37 respondents (82.2%), and moderate anxiety was three respondents. (6.7%). In conclusion, the description of the level of anxiety of parents when children interact socially during the COVID-19 pandemic in the work area of the Beringin Raya Public Health Center in Bengkulu City is mainly classified as mild anxiety. Keywords: Anxiety, Parents, Covid-19 Pandemic
Rina Nuraeni, Arin Nurholipah
Published: 19 August 2021
Jurnal Keperawatan Silampari, Volume 5, pp 178-185; https://doi.org/10.31539/jks.v5i1.2834

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This study aims to determine the effect of lavender aromatherapy on the intensity of menstrual pain (dysmenorrhea) in Level II female students at STIKes YPIB Majalengka. The research method is pre-experimental research with one group pretest-posttest design. The results showed that less than half (35.0%) of menstrual pain intensity before lavender aromatherapy was severe. Less than half (40.0%) of the power of menstrual pain after lavender aromatherapy was moderate. There is an effect of lavender aromatherapy on the intensity of menstrual pain (dysmenorrhea) in second-level female students at STIKes YPIB Majalengka (p = 0.001). In conclusion, lavender aromatherapy affects the intensity of menstrual pain (dysmenorrhea) in female students. Keywords: Lavender Aromatherapy, Dysmenorrhea, Adolescent Girls
Mochamad Heri, Komang Gde Trisna Purwantara, Putu Agus Ariana
Published: 19 August 2021
Jurnal Keperawatan Silampari, Volume 5, pp 35-42; https://doi.org/10.31539/jks.v5i1.2366

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This study aims to determine the effect of applied behavior analysis therapy on social interaction in children with autism aged 7-12 years at SDLB SLB Negeri 2 Buleleng. The type of this research is pre-experimental research with one group pre-post test design. The results of the univariate analysis, most of the respondents were male 53 respondents (85.5%), the level of moderate social interaction was 46 respondents (74.2%) autistic children before being given treatment, and the high level of social interaction was 40 respondents (64, 5%) autistic children after being given treatment. The results of this study indicate an effect of Applied Behavior Analysis therapy with a high level of social interaction totaling 40 respondents (64.5%) of autistic children after being given treatment. The results of data analysis with the Wilcoxon test get a value of 0.000 or p <α (0.05). In conclusion, Applied Behavior Analysis therapy has an effect on social interaction in children with autism aged 7-12 years at SDLB SLB Negeri 2 Buleleng. Keywords: Applied Behavior Analysis, Autism, Social Interaction
Firman Dwi Cahyo, Cecep Eli Kosasih, ristina Mirwanti
Published: 19 August 2021
Jurnal Keperawatan Silampari, Volume 5, pp 430-443; https://doi.org/10.31539/jks.v5i1.3033

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This study aims to determine how to provide nutrition that effectively maintains the balance of blood glucose levels and glycemic control. This study uses a narrative literature review method by entering keywords into the Pubmed, Science Direct, CINAHL, Wiley, and ProQuest databases. The results showed that from the search results of 569 articles and obtained ten relevant and qualified pieces, then extracted using the DSVIA method. Provision of nutrition with the continuous method can lower the average blood glucose or reduce the incidence of hyperglycemia. Then the intermittent process significantly reduces hypoglycemia during the meal period, prevents hypoglycemia during the fasting period, and can reduce insulin requirements. In conclusion, enteral nutrition needs to be modified so that nutrition and insulin administration time can be practical and effective in controlling critical sugar levels. Keywords: Bolus Feeding, Continuous Feeding, Blood Glucose, Intermittent Feeding, Enteral Nutrition
Isna Amalia Mutiara Dewi, Masfuri Masfuri
Published: 19 August 2021
Jurnal Keperawatan Silampari, Volume 5, pp 348-362; https://doi.org/10.31539/jks.v5i1.2956

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This study aims to determine the effectiveness of lavender aromatherapy inhalation against hemodialysis complications such as fatigue, anxiety, decreased sleep quality, AVF stabbing pain, and depression. The method used in this research is a systematic literature search from several online databases. The results showed that from ten articles reviewed, and lavender aromatherapy inhalation could reduce hemodialysis complications, namely fatigue, anxiety, decreased sleep quality, and AVF is stabbing pain. In contrast, lavender aromatherapy inhalation for hemodialysis complications such as depression did not show significant results. In conclusion, overall lavender aromatherapy inhalation effectively overcame hemodialysis complications except for depression complications. Keywords: Aromatherapy, Inhalation, Hemodialysis Complications, Lavender, Essential Oil
Ni Made Dwi Yunica Astriani, Aditha Angga Pratama, Putu Wahyu Sri Juniantari Sandy
Published: 19 August 2021
Jurnal Keperawatan Silampari, Volume 5, pp 59-66; https://doi.org/10.31539/jks.v5i1.2368

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This study aims to determine the effect of deep breathing relaxation techniques on oxygen saturation in COPD patients. The research design used a pre-experimental one-group pre-post test design. The results showed that the average oxygen saturation value before being given deep breath relaxation was 90.19, and the average oxygen saturation after being given deep breath relaxation was 93.27. Based on the results of the paired t-test showed that the results of pre and post (0.000) < (0.05). In conclusion, there is an effect of deep breathing relaxation techniques on increasing oxygen saturation in COPD patients. Keywords: COPD, Oxygen Saturation, Deep Breathing Relaxation Technique
Eva Metalita, Hanny Handiyani, Tuti Afriani, Lilis Rayatin
Published: 19 August 2021
Jurnal Keperawatan Silampari, Volume 5, pp 156-167; https://doi.org/10.31539/jks.v5i1.2907

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This study aims to analyze career paths and interest in being an intensive nurse and develop problem-solving solutions by conducting interactive discussion activities to disseminate intensive unit services to attract interest in becoming an intensive nurse. The method used is a case study and analysis of results and implementation gaps with a discussion based on the literature review. The results of the career path analysis research, respondents have a D3 nursing education level (90%), 5-8 years of service (87.5%), occupy the last PK level 1-5 years (93.4%) and attend BHD, PPI training, PCNT, BHL/PALS, and basic KMB training (53.3%). Interest in being an intensive nurse (63.3%). Interest in carrying out their respective roles as caregivers, educators, and researchers (60%). In conclusion, some nurses are interested in becoming intensive nurses with the appropriate level of education, tenure, and career level and have attended basic training to become intensive nurses. However, when internal recruitment is carried out to become intensive nurses, few nurses are willing to become intensive nurses, so that still needs proper implementation. Keywords: Career Path, Interests, Intensive Nurse
Fernalia Fernalia, Buyung Keraman, Rahmad Satrio Putra
Published: 19 August 2021
Jurnal Keperawatan Silampari, Volume 5, pp 246-254; https://doi.org/10.31539/jks.v5i1.2906

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This study aims to determine the factors associated with self-care management in hypertensive patients at the Kabawetan Public Health Center. The method used in this study is a quantitative study with an analytical survey design using a cross-sectional research design. The results showed that from 42 hypertensive patients, the majority of respondents with good self-care management were 24 people (57.1%), 14 people (33.3%) with poor knowledge, 22 people (52.4%) with individual scores. Good, and 25 people (59.5%) with good self-efficacy. The results of the bivariate analysis showed that the p-value <0.05. In conclusion, there is a significant relationship between knowledge, individual values, and self-efficacy with the self-care management of hypertensive patients at the Kabawetan Public Health Center. Keywords: Self-Efficacy, Values, Knowledge, Self Care Management
Komang Noviantari, Sri Yona, Riri Maria
Published: 19 August 2021
Jurnal Keperawatan Silampari, Volume 5, pp 324-337; https://doi.org/10.31539/jks.v5i1.2953

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This study aims to identify evidence on the effect of pronation position on oxygenation in conscious COVID-19 patients receiving non-invasive oxygen therapy. This research method is systematic review research. Literature searches from 2020-2021 were carried out in the online databases of Science Direct, ProQuest, EBSCOhost, and PubMed. The results showed that the majority of the samples were male (69.7%) with an average age of over 50 years and a body mass index (BMI) above average (>23,9). Most of the studies (92%) showed an increase in oxygenation in patients when performed in the prone position. The duration of the pronation position varies from 35 minutes – 12 hours in 24 hours. The pronation position can improve oxygenation in most COVID-19 patients who receive non-invasive oxygen therapy. In conclusion, the pronation position is an intervention that is safe and feasible to implement in conscious COVID-19 patients but with close monitoring from trained health workers. Keywords: COVID-19, Oxygenation, Pronation Position, Non-Invasive Oxygen Therapy
Ernawaty Siagian, Samuel Maju Simanjuntak
Published: 19 August 2021
Jurnal Keperawatan Silampari, Volume 5, pp 338-347; https://doi.org/10.31539/jks.v5i1.2905

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Obesity that occurs in nurses as health workers, which should be a role model in a healthy lifestyle related to physical activity patterns and diet. Obesity is a major risk factor for increased cardiovascular disease, type 2 diabetes and hypertension. One of the factors contributing to obesity is eating large portions of food (more than needed), foods high in energy, high in fat, high in simple carbohydrates and low in fiber. The purpose of this study was to describe the attribute variables, daily activity patterns, BMI and blood sugar levels of nurses. As well as finding out whether there is a relationship between attribute variables, activity patterns on BMI and blood sugar levels of nurses. The method used in this research is descriptive correlational by using purposive sampling technique of 50 respondents who work in Bandar Lampung hospital. Physical activity data were collected using a structured interview guide for the International Physical Activity Questionnaire (IPAQ), as well as BMI measurement and examination of fasting blood sugar levels. BMI results showed that obese I (58%). Obese II (42%), Results of fasting blood sugar levels, pre-diabetes (28%), diabetes (4%). Meanwhile, the results of the moderate physical activity pattern were 80% METs-minutes / week. Analysis using the correlation formula, namely Pearson r and Spearman rho, shows that there is a significant relationship between age and physical activity patterns (METs-minutes / week) with a p value of 0.022 <0.05. There is a significant relationship between marital status (marital) and physical activity patterns with a p value of 0.005. Nurses have an essential role, first, namely to promote health and primary prevention. Provide support to nurses to achieve and maintain a healthy weight.
Nunung Siti Sukaesih, Hikmat Pramajati, Titin Sutini, Emi Lindayani, Sri Wulan Lindasari
Published: 19 August 2021
Jurnal Keperawatan Silampari, Volume 5, pp 619-632; https://doi.org/10.31539/jks.v5i1.2424

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This study aims to complete data articles related to interprofessional education in nursing so that accurate and comprehensive data can be obtained and are expected to be used as the basis for further research, especially in the development of interprofessional education. Research methods related to interprofessional education in nursing from 2010-2019 are based on data from Scopus, using the Publish or Perish (POP) search application, and using content analysis methods systematically. The results showed that the number of article publications had increased every year. This indicates that interprofessional competence in nursing education gets more attention from scientists and researchers. In conclusion, there is an increase in research tending to this topic every year. The highest search results of citations per article are 132. The journal that publishes interprofessional education the most used is bibliometrics. It is expected to see a map of research globally. Many are Journal of Interprofessional Care. Keywords: Learning, Bibliometrics, Interprofessional Education, Nurse
Olivia Talahatu, Muhammad Hadi, Suhendar Sulaiman
Published: 19 August 2021
Jurnal Keperawatan Silampari, Volume 5, pp 74-81; https://doi.org/10.31539/jks.v5i1.1643

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This study aims to identify factors that play a role in PCC implementation on indicators of hospital service quality (patient safety) based on moderate work motivation. Research method This research uses an analytical observational design with a cross-sectional approach. The results of this study accepted three hypotheses, including the relationship between PCC implementation and patient safety and two indirect effects, namely the role of PCC implementation on patient safety through work motivation and one of the factors of PCC implementation (Measurement of systems and responses) to patient safety. In conclusion, work motivation related to the form of appreciation or reward is the indicator with the most significant value that has a positive effect on the implementation of patient safety if it is supported by the support of factors that play a role in the performance of PCC in the Bhayangkara General Hospital TK IR Said Sukanto, East Jakarta as one of the hospitals. military Keywords: PCC Implementation, Work Motivation, Patient Safety
I Made Sundayana, I Dewa Ayu Rismayanti, Ida Ayu Putu Desta Candra Devi
Published: 19 August 2021
Jurnal Keperawatan Silampari, Volume 5, pp 27-34; https://doi.org/10.31539/jks.v5i1.2367

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This study aims to determine the relationship between physical activity and blood glucose levels in patients with type 2 diabetes. The research design used was a descriptive correlation with a cross-sectional approach. The results of the univariate analysis showed that the majority of respondents had moderate activity, as many as 19 people (43.2%), and the majority of respondents had poor blood sugar levels, namely 21 people (47.7%). The results of the bivariate analysis showed that p-value = 0.000 <0.05 with a correlation coefficient (r = 0.756). In conclusion, there is a relationship between physical activity and blood sugar levels in Type 2 DM patients. Keywords: Physical Activity, Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus, Blood Glucose
Aulia Rahmi, Asniar Asniar, Teuku Tahlil
Published: 19 August 2021
Jurnal Keperawatan Silampari, Volume 5, pp 371-382; https://doi.org/10.31539/jks.v5i1.2191

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This study aims to analyze the determination of physical activity in adult aggregates in Lhokseumawe City. The research design used was a descriptive correlation with a cross-sectional approach. The results showed that the majority of respondents were adults (26-35 years old) that is 61 people (62.9%), female 69 people (71.1%), higher education level 74 people (76.3%), working does not depend on time, namely, 36 people (37.1%), living in urban areas, namely 90 people (92.8%), and having a monthly income of <Rp 3,165,030, namely 69 people (71.1%). Variables related to physical activity were age (p=0.003), perceived benefits and barriers (p=0.024), and self-efficacy (p=0.000). The most dominant factor about physical activity in respondents was age, with an odds ratio of 4.622 (95% CI: 1.759-12.143). In conclusion, the most significant determinant of physical activity in the adult aggregate is age. Keywords: Aggregate Adults, Determinants of Physical Activity
Risna Meliyani, Wirsma Arif Harahap, Elvi Oktarina
Published: 19 August 2021
Jurnal Keperawatan Silampari, Volume 5, pp 383-389; https://doi.org/10.31539/jks.v5i1.3058

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This study aims to determine the relationship of daily physical activity with the quality of life of breast cancer survivors. The research design used is correlative with a cross-sectional approach. The results showed 53.9% of respondents aged > 60 years, 50.6% of respondents had higher education, 61.8% of respondents did not work, 49.1% of stage IIIA respondents, 55.1% of respondents had moderate daily physical activity, and 73,0% of respondents have a reasonable quality of life. Most respondents have moderate physical activity, 55.1%, with most of the quality of life being 73.0%. The results of the bivariate analysis showed that (p-value = 0.034). In conclusion, there is a relationship between daily physical activity and the quality of life of breast cancer survivors at RSUP Dr. M. Djamil Padang. Keywords: Physical Activity, Breast Cancer, Quality of Life
Apris A. Adu, Daniela Boeky
Published: 19 August 2021
Jurnal Keperawatan Silampari, Volume 5, pp 214-221; https://doi.org/10.31539/jks.v5i1.2918

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This study aims to determine the consumption patterns of COVID-19 patients during self-isolation at home during PPKM Level 4 in the city of Kupang. The research method is quantitative research with a cross-sectional study design. The results showed that the consumption pattern in terms of the type of food consumed was in the moderate category with a total of 46 respondents (57.5%); in terms of the amount of food in the excellent category with a total of 63 respondents (78.75%); and in terms of eating frequency, 72 respondents (90%). The amount of information about balanced nutritious foods makes isoman patients wiser in choosing and consuming foods to increase immunity and speed up the recovery process. In conclusion, getting food for COVID-19 patients during the PPKM level 4 in Kupang city, mainly obtained from family assistance, consumption patterns in categories, and the amount of food consumed, is good. Keywords: COVID-19, Independent Isolation, PPKM, Consumption Pattern
Rina Hasniyati, Ismanilda Ismanilda
Published: 19 August 2021
Jurnal Keperawatan Silampari, Volume 5, pp 541-550; https://doi.org/10.31539/jks.v5i1.2951

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This study aims to examine the effect of nutritional counseling on changes in eating behavior, body mass index, and body fat in overweight and obese children. This study is a randomized controlled trial. The results showed that the percentage of men was more than women, namely 51.9%, while the rate of respondents' age at most was 14 years, which was 46.2%. In conclusion, there is a significant difference between energy intake before and after the provision of nutritional counseling. Still, there is no difference in the frequency of carbohydrates and fat. Providing nutritional counseling can change eating behavior based on energy intake. Keywords: Nutrition Counseling, Eating Behavior, Obesity, Overweight
Serli Wulan Safitri, Yani Sofiani, Besral Besral
Published: 19 August 2021
Jurnal Keperawatan Silampari, Volume 5, pp 521-531; https://doi.org/10.31539/jks.v5i1.2978

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This study aims to identify the relationship between coping mechanisms and the level of depression in patients with diabetes mellitus. This research method uses a cross-sectional approach. The results showed a relationship between the testing mechanism and the level of depression in patients with diabetes mellitus with a p-value = 0.000. Multiple logistic regression analysis was also performed to determine the most influential variable on the level of depression. It was found that coping mechanisms were predictors of depression (B = (2,158). ), SE=0.587, Wald=13,500, p value= 0.000. In conclusion, coping mechanisms are related to the level of depression. People with diabetes who use good coping mechanisms are stabbed eight times experience mild depression. People with diabetes exercise when experiencing problems well, using good coping mechanisms good. Keywords: Diabetes Mellitus, Coping Mechanism, Depression Level
Saleh Saleh, Misnaniarti Misnaniarti, Haerawati Idris, Samwilson Slamet, Indah Yuliana
Published: 19 August 2021
Jurnal Keperawatan Silampari, Volume 5, pp 453-462; https://doi.org/10.31539/jks.v5i1.3066

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This study aims to identify and analyze the role of health workers and families in teenage pregnancy in the Kepahiang District in 2021. This study is a quantitative descriptive study using a cross-sectional design. The results of the univariate analysis showed that most of the respondents were aged 30-34 years (25.8%), there were 53 people (60.2%) who experienced pregnancy in their teens (<19 years), most of the respondents were 53 people (60.2 %) had sufficient family roles, as many as 66 people (75%) stated that the part of health workers was included in the excellent category. Respondents who indicated that they had a family role in the superb category out of 53 mainly were 39 people or 73.6% who experienced teenage pregnancy, respondents who stated the position of health workers in the excellent category were almost all of the respondents or as many as 15 people (78.9%) who experienced teenage pregnancy. Data analysis with a chi-square statistical test was obtained (p-value) (0.125). The variable of the role of parents and the incidence of pregnancy in adolescents with p-value = 0.000 In conclusion, there is no relationship between the part of health workers and the incidence of teenage pregnancy in Kepahiang Regency in 2021. There is a relationship between the role of the respondent's parents with the incidence of adolescent pregnancy, and there is no relationship between the part of health workers with the incidence of teenage pregnancy. Keywords: Pregnancy, Family, Adolescent Health Workers
Alpi Sri Rakhmayana, Asniar Asniar, Elly Wardani
Published: 19 August 2021
Jurnal Keperawatan Silampari, Volume 5, pp 570-583; https://doi.org/10.31539/jks.v5i1.2996

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This study aims to explore the experience of filariasis clients undergoing the POPM program in Pidie Regency. This research method uses qualitative research methods with a case study approach. The study results of four participants showed nine themes and five sub-themes. Themes (1) Get symptomatic benefits of financial convenience and access; get symptomatic benefits and financial benefits and ease of access (2) Non-compliance with POPM (3) Combining with complementary therapies (4) Activity limitations (5) Feeling fatigued (6) Managing acute symptoms by seeking medical and alternative treatment; medical treatment, herbs, and treatment at a traditional healer (7) Accepting illness with all limitations (8) The role of caregiver is carried out by family members (9) Acceptance and support by the community. In conclusion, the client gets symptomatic benefits and financial convenience and access, activity limitations, and client non-compliance in undergoing POPM and seeking other alternative treatments. Keywords: Filariasis Client, Experience, POPM
Yusro Paridah, Rico Januar Sitorus, Rostika Flora, Nurlaili Nurlaili, Risnawati Tanjung
Published: 19 August 2021
Jurnal Keperawatan Silampari, Volume 5, pp 560-569; https://doi.org/10.31539/jks.v5i1.3103

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This study aims to analyze the relationship between consuming blood-added tablets and anemia in pregnant women in the Kepahiang District. The research design used in this study was quantitative analytic with a cross-sectional design. The results showed that most or as many as 56 people (55.4%) had a positive attitude towards the incidence of anemia. As many as 61 people (60.4%) had irregularly consumed blood-added tablets. Almost entirely or as many as 82 people (81.2%) experienced anemia, regular consumption of blood-added pills with anemia showed that 61 respondents who did not regularly consume blood tablets in total or as many as 60 respondents (98.4%) experienced anemia. In conclusion, there is a relationship between consuming blood-added pills with the incidence of anemia in pregnant women. Keywords: Anemia, Pregnant Women, Blood Add Tablets
Nurrobikha Nurrobikha, Novrikasari Novrikasari, Yuanita Windusari
Published: 19 August 2021
Jurnal Keperawatan Silampari, Volume 5, pp 513-520; https://doi.org/10.31539/jks.v5i1.3027

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This study aims to analyze the community's quality of life and earthquake disaster preparedness in the Long Coastal Coast area, Teluk Sepang Village, Bengkulu. This research method uses an analytical observational study with a cross-sectional design. The results showed that 82 people (82%) had a good quality of life and 18 people (18%) of them had a poor quality of life, and most of the respondents, 68 people (68%), had good preparedness, and 32 people (32 %) had poor preparedness. The analysis results obtained significant results of quality of life with readiness (p = 0.001, OR 7.28). The multivariate test results showed that the quality of life was the most dominant factor associated with earthquake preparedness. In conclusion, there is a significant relationship between quality of life and preparedness for natural earthquake disasters in the Long Coastal area, Teluk Sepang Village, Bengkulu. Keywords: Earthquake Disaster Preparedness, Quality of Life
Rika Diah Pitaloka, I Made Kariasa
Published: 19 August 2021
Jurnal Keperawatan Silampari, Volume 5, pp 499-512; https://doi.org/10.31539/jks.v5i1.2975

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This study aims to identify the effect of exercise and physical activity on post-stroke recovery. The method in this study is a literature review by collecting international databases, namely PubMed, Proquest, Science Direct, NCBI, Sage Journal, and Taylor & Francis. The results showed that the total number of studies reviewed was 12 studies, with 701 patients. The types of stroke included in this study were; recurrent stroke, ischemic, infarction, intracerebral hemorrhage, and transient ischemic attack. Physical activity interventions in this literature study are aerobic exercise, walking exercise, isokinetic training, balance exercise, and aquatic-based exercise. In conclusion, regular physical activity and exercise affect chronic stroke recovery, significantly improving motor function, emotional, cardiorespiratory health, and quality of life. Keywords: Physical Exercise, Recovery, Rehabilitation, Stroke
Ernawati Ernawati
Published: 19 August 2021
Jurnal Keperawatan Silampari, Volume 5, pp 240-245; https://doi.org/10.31539/jks.v5i1.2845

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This study aims to determine the effect of creativity on the entrepreneurial interest of Stikes Hang Tuah Tanjungpinang students. The method used in this study is a quantitative research method with a causal associative approach. The results of this study indicate that most of the respondents are female, as many as 84 students (75%). Most of the respondents aged 18-20 years were 102 students (91.1%). Bivariate analysis showed that creativity and interest in entrepreneurship obtained a large t-count value from the t-table (10,702 > 1.658) with a p-value of 0.000 <0.05. In conclusion, invention has a positive and significant effect on student entrepreneurship interest at Stikes Hangtuah Tanjungpinang. Keywords: Creativity, Interest in Entrepreneurship
Monita Fenny Sudarsono, Hadi Masyurrosyidi, Djazuly Chalidyanto
Published: 19 August 2021
Jurnal Keperawatan Silampari, Volume 5, pp 115-124; https://doi.org/10.31539/jks.v5i1.1476

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This study aims to determine the effect of the remuneration system on nurses' work motivation and nurse performance in East Java Private Hospitals. The research method used is an observational method with a cross-sectional design. The result of this research is that the remuneration system on motivation shows a significance value of 0.022 (a = 0.05). The reason for performance offers a significance value of 0.001 (a=0.05). Meanwhile, the remuneration system has no significant effect on performance, with a significance value of 0.487. In conclusion, the remuneration system has a significant influence on motivation. Motivation has a significant impact on the performance of nurses in East Java Private Hospitals so that the remuneration system can affect motivation. Keywords: Performance, Motivation, Nurse, Remuneration System
Muhammad Amin, Susilawati Susilawati, Wulan Angraini
Published: 19 August 2021
Jurnal Keperawatan Silampari, Volume 5, pp 1-10; https://doi.org/10.31539/jks.v5i1.2344

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This study aims to determine how the experience of nurses who experience acts of violence by schizophrenic clients. The type of research used in this research is qualitative, which intends to explain and provide understanding and interpretation of various behaviors and experiences of humans (individuals) in multiple forms. The study results produced several themes, namely the form of violence, the condition of the patient, preventive measures, the state of the nurse when receiving violence, the health condition of the nurse, and the time the patient was angry. In conclusion, the violence experienced by nurses was being hit, pulled, thrown using a food holder, and spat on. The patient's condition who commits acts of violence is that the patient's hallucinations are occurring, the patient is unstable, and the medicine is not taken. Keywords: Nurse Experience, Schizophrenia, Violence
Syokumawena Syokumawena, Marta Pastari
Published: 19 August 2021
Jurnal Keperawatan Silampari, Volume 5, pp 11-19; https://doi.org/10.31539/jks.v5i1.2109

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This study aimed to determine the effectiveness of dry cupping alternative treatment on blood cholesterol levels. The research method in this study used a pre-experimental design with a two-group pre-and post-test design. The results showed that most of the blood cholesterol levels before cupping were nine people (30.0%) with worrying blood cholesterol levels (200-239). Most of the blood cholesterol levels before 13-point cupping were 11 people (36.7%) with High Blood Cholesterol Levels (>240), then after 13-point cupping, 11 people (36.7%) had Worrying Blood Cholesterol Levels (200-239). In conclusion, groups 9 and 13 cupping points affect reducing blood cholesterol levels. Keywords: Cupping, Cholesterol, Alternative Medicine
Heni Heni, Ulvi Nurlika
Published: 19 August 2021
Jurnal Keperawatan Silampari, Volume 5, pp 222-232; https://doi.org/10.31539/jks.v5i1.2820

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This study aims to determine the effect of the brain gym on the level of concentration in children's learning in fourth-grade elementary school students at SDN Cimalaka II, Cimalaka District, Sumedang Regency. The research method used is a quasi-experimental design using one group pre-test and post-test design. The results showed that the average level of learning concentration in fourth-grade elementary school students before the brain gym was done was 6.18, with a standard deviation of 1.632. Meanwhile, the intermediate level of learning concentration in fourth-grade elementary school students after brain gym is done 7.01 with a standard deviation of 1.291. Bivariate analysis showed that the average increase was 7.09, evidenced by a p-value of 0.001 <0.05. In conclusion, the brain gym affects concentration in children's learning in fourth-grade elementary school students at SDN Cimalaka II, Cimalaka District, Sumedang Regency. Keywords: Brain Gym, Learning Concentration, Elementary School Students
Yuliana Yuliana, Rr. Tutik Sri Hariyati, La Ode Abdul Rahman, Cori Tri Suryani, Herawani Azis
Published: 19 August 2021
Jurnal Keperawatan Silampari, Volume 5, pp 309-323; https://doi.org/10.31539/jks.v5i1.2966

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This study aims to identify problems and develop nurse improvement strategies to speak up in IPCP. The method used in this research is an improvement program based on innovation development with a pilot project approach. The results showed that the characteristics of the respondents in the survey of nurse satisfaction in IPCP conducted during problem identification were that there were more female nurses (91%) than male nurses (9.3%), the age of the most respondents was between 21-30 years. (44%), and age 31 -40 years (33%) or productive age. The education level of most respondents is D3 (83%), the second is Nurses (23%). Respondent's competency level for PK I (25%), PK II (32%), PK III (45%), and PK IV (4%). Most of the respondents who participated in this survey were Associate Nurse (PA) at 91% and Primary Nurse (PP) at 14%. In conclusion, the speak-up method can improve nursing services, the image of the nursing profession, and the achievement of patient safety. Keywords: Patient Safety, Interprofessional Collaborative Practice, Speak Up
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