Jurnal Keperawatan Silampari

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ISSN / EISSN : 2597-7482 / 2581-1975
Current Publisher: IPM2KPE (10.31539)
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Roisul Umam
Published: 13 August 2020
Jurnal Keperawatan Silampari, Volume 4, pp 187-194; doi:10.31539/jks.v4i1.1551

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This study aims to analyze the relationship between nurses' job stress and perceptions of caring behavior. The method in this study used a correlation analytic research design with a cross-sectional approach. The analysis results using the Spearman correlation test obtained the calculated r-value of 0.876 and a significance value of Sig. (2-tailed) of 0.001 (
Martha Ariana Wijayanti, Binti Maratus Sholikhah, Ernawaty Ernawaty
Published: 13 August 2020
Jurnal Keperawatan Silampari, Volume 4, pp 171-177; doi:10.31539/jks.v4i1.1503

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The purpose of this study was to identify the effect of self-efficacy, outcome expectations, socio-structural factors, and intention on the behavior of the infant-mother (6-24 months) in exclusive breastfeeding. The research design used was observational with a cross-sectional approach. This study indicates that the variables that affect the mother's intention to provide exclusive breastfeeding are socio-structural factors (p = 0.016). Respondents who choose to provide exclusive breastfeeding will have the behavior of giving exclusive breastfeeding (p = 0.003). In contrast, self-efficacy (p = 0.340) and outcome expectations (p = 0.682) do not affect the mother's intention. Likewise, the mother's exclusive breastfeeding behavior was not influenced by self-efficacy (p = 0.294) and outcome expectations (p = 0.586). In conclusion, the factors that influence a mother's exclusive breastfeeding behavior are intention and socistructural factors. Keywords: Exclusive breastfeeding, Cognitive Social Approach
Ketut Suryani, Bangun Dwi Hardika, Maria Tarisia Rini
Published: 13 August 2020
Jurnal Keperawatan Silampari, Volume 4, pp 120-134; doi:10.31539/jks.v4i1.1601

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This study aims to explore and explore in-depth the experiences of adolescents in using drugs. This research method uses qualitative research methods with a phenomenological approach. The results of the study obtained twelve themes, namely: 1) The age of adolescents using drugs, 2) The initial causes of adolescents using drugs, 3) The frequency of drug use in adolescents, 4) The types of drugs used by adolescents, 5) How adolescents get drugs, 6) Adolescent's efforts to stop using drugs, 7) Adolescent's feelings after using drugs, 8) The expectations of adolescents who use drugs, 9) The impact of adolescents using drugs, 10) The effects of adolescents if they do not use drugs, 11) Youth perceptions of drugs, 12) Adolescent response when using drugs. In conclusion, the impact of using drugs on adolescents was that some adolescents said they were thin, lost their parents, and quit school. Keywords: Colaizzi, Phenomenology, Drugs, Teenagers
Fitri Hastuti Ningsih, Rohman Azaam, Mustikasari Mustikasari
Published: 13 August 2020
Jurnal Keperawatan Silampari, Volume 4, pp 66-76; doi:10.31539/jks.v4i1.1618

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This study aimed to identify the relationship between spiritual well-being and the incidence of opportunistic infections in PLHIV. Analytical descriptive research method with the cross-sectional approach and random sampling technique. The research univariate analysis results showed that respondents who experienced opportunistic infections ≤ 2 were 199 (89.2%), and respondents with moderate spiritual well-being were 127 (57%). The results of the bivariate analysis state that the chi-square test explains that there is a relationship between spiritual well-being and the incidence of opportunistic infections (p-value = 0.007), so OR = 3.689 means moderate spiritual well-being has a 3.689 chance of experiencing opportunistic infections ≤ two compared to PLWHA with mild spiritual well-being. Multivariate analysis showed that education was the dominant variable in the incidence of opportunistic infections (OR = 6.378). In conclusion, there is a high adherence to the incidence of opportunistic infections in PLWHA. The dominant factor in the incidence of opportunistic infections is education. Keywords: HIV, Opportunistic Infection Incidence, Spiritual Well-being
Yessi Fadriyanti, Zulharmaswita Zulharmaswita, Yosi Suryarinilsih, Heppi Sasmita, Defiaroza Defiaroza
Published: 13 August 2020
Jurnal Keperawatan Silampari, Volume 4, pp 40-47; doi:10.31539/jks.v4i1.1510

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This study aimed to determine the effect of caring training on the behavior of providing nursing care to students of the Poltekeks Kemenkes Padang. The design used in this study was a quasi-experimental pre-post test control group. The results showed that knowledge's p-value, affective, and psychomotor variables = 0.000 (p
Yulidian Nurpratiwi, Muhammad Hadi, Idriani Idriani
Published: 13 August 2020
Jurnal Keperawatan Silampari, Volume 4, pp 293-304; doi:10.31539/jks.v4i1.1627

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This study aims to determine Rebozo Shake The Apples (RSTA) effectiveness and Rebozo Sifting While Lying Down (RSWLD) on the intensity of pain during the first stage of the active phase and the duration of labor in multigravida mothers. This research method is a quasi-experiment with two group pre and post design. This study indicates that there is a difference in the mean intensity of pain in the first stage of active labor in multigravida mothers before and after giving RSTA & RSWLD (p-value = 0.007). Whereas in the length of work, there was no significant difference in the average size of labor between the RSTA and RSWLD technique interventions (p-value = 0.351), and the effectiveness of the two Rebozo techniques had the same variant, meaning they were equally effective in diverting labor pain during the active phase and duration of delivery (p-value = 0.118). In conclusion, they are giving RSTA, and RSWLD can delay labor pain intensity during the first stage of the active phase and the duration of labor in multigravida mothers. Keywords: Pain intensity, duration of labor, Multigravida, Rebozo technique
Putri Permata Sari, Irna Nursanti, Giri Widakdo
Published: 13 August 2020
Jurnal Keperawatan Silampari, Volume 4, pp 305-313; doi:10.31539/jks.v4i1.1626

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This study aims to determine the effectiveness of oketani massage and acupressure pressure of GB-21 on milk production in post-Caesarea section mothers. The research method used is quantitative research with a quasi-experimental research design, one group pre-posttest design. The results showed that the pressure on the acupressure point of GB-21 was sufficient based on mother and baby indicators. The statistical test results showed differences in milk production before and after pressure at the acupressure point of Gb-12 (p-value = 0.000). In conclusion, oketani massage is more effective in increasing milk production in group A, post section caesarea mothers compared to group B, the pressure at the acupressure point Gb-21 from infant indicators. Keywords: Gb-21 Acupressure, Breast Milk, Oketani Massage, Sectio Caesarea
Devi Listiana, Yulita Elvira Silviani
Published: 13 August 2020
Jurnal Keperawatan Silampari, Volume 4, pp 265-273; doi:10.31539/jks.v4i1.1715

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This study aimed to determine the effect of splint dressing training on the skills of nursing students at STIKES Tri Mandiri Sakti Bengkulu. The research method used in this study was pre-experimental with one group pre-test post-test design. The results of this study indicate that the skills before treatment and after treatment are -9.247 with a value of p = 0.000 (p-value
Chatarina Suryaningsih, Muhammad Fadli Nur
Published: 13 August 2020
Jurnal Keperawatan Silampari, Volume 4, pp 31-39; doi:10.31539/jks.v4i1.1329

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The purpose of this study is to describe the life experiences of street children in adolescence. This research method is qualitative research using a descriptive phenomenology approach to tell street children aged adolescents' life experiences. This study resulted in 4 research themes, namely factors causing street children, family and community responses to street children, life descriptions of being street children, and the aspirations of street children. In conclusion, the life experiences of street children produce four major themes according to the research results. Keywords: Street Children, Qualitative, Life Experience, Adolescents
Oslida Martony, Alfira Alfira, Eliska Eliska
Published: 13 August 2020
Jurnal Keperawatan Silampari, Volume 4, pp 11-19; doi:10.31539/jks.v4i1.1449

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This study aimed to determine the knowledge and attitudes of healthy snack children through snake and ladder games in Lubuk Pakam sub-district. This research is a quantitative study with a quasi-experimental design of two groups of the pretest-posttest system. The results showed that by using the statistical test, the value of p = 0.000
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