Jurnal Keperawatan Silampari

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ISSN / EISSN : 2597-7482 / 2581-1975
Published by: IPM2KPE (10.31539)
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Ahmad Redho, Dina Rahmawati, Sapriyanti Sapriyanti, Wati Jumaiyah, Abdul Rahim Kamil
Published: 19 August 2021
Jurnal Keperawatan Silampari, Volume 5, pp 532-540; https://doi.org/10.31539/jks.v5i1.2971

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This study aims to determine the effect of Behavioral Therapy Intervention (BBT-I) on sleep quality in CHF (Congestive Heart Failure) patients based on the results of the latest research (Evidence-Based Nursing Practice). This study used an experimental method with a practical design of 2 groups, pre-test, and post-test. The research results on the characteristics of respondents based on gender in the control group and the intervention of the 12 control groups were primarily women, as many as seven people (58.3%). While in the intervention group, most of them were female and male, each of which was six people (50.0%). Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (BBT-I) affects the sleep quality of CHF (Congestive Heart Failure) patients. It follows the latest research results (Evidence-Based Nursing Practice) Implementation of BBT-I therapy in CHF grade 1-II patients with stable sleep disorders. Implementing BBT-I treatment in regular CHF grade I-II patients with adequate sleep disturbances affects and improves sleep quality. The results of Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (BBT-I) research affect the sleep quality of CHF (Congestive Heart Failure) patients. They are by the latest research results (Evidence-Based Nursing Practice). In conclusion, Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (BBT-I) affects the sleep quality of CHF (Congestive Heart Failure) patients. Keywords: Brief Behavioral Treatment, Congestive Heart Failure, Sleep Quality
Maria Eka Patri Y, Noor Diah Erlinawati
Published: 19 August 2021
Jurnal Keperawatan Silampari, Volume 5, pp 263-271; https://doi.org/10.31539/jks.v5i1.2885

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This study aims to determine the description of vitamin deficiency and sun exposure to vitamin D deficiency in COVID-19 health workers in Bengkulu City. This research method is a cross-sectional or cross-sectional descriptive study using a survey or exploratory approach. The results showed that the frequency distribution of the characteristics of the research subjects was mostly 40 years old, with the most occupations being nurses. Most of the disease history was allergies, and 75% of the subjects had no history of the disease. A history of positive confirmation of COVID-19 is 16%. The number of subjects with a history of exposure to the sun with appropriate recommendations was 48%, and those with a history of exposure to more than the recommendation were 27%. There are still 24% of subjects who have low sun exposure, which is under 15 minutes. Based on the examination results of vitamin D levels, most of the research subjects who were health workers experienced 59.5% deficiency and 37.8% insufficiency. The relationship between sun exposure and blood Vitamin D3 levels p = 0.175 (fisher exact test) The results of the Kendall's tau_b correlation are r = 0.047, p = 0.722, age vs vitamin D levels are r = 0.246, p = 0.141, and bodyweight vs vitamin D levels D is r=0.312, p = 0.060. Based on the examination results of vitamin D levels, most of the research subjects who were health workers experienced 59.5% deficiency and 37.8% insufficiency. In conclusion, the relationship between sunlight, age, and body weight with vitamin D levels showed that it was not significant, but this indicated that other variables influenced the deficiency state of health workers. Keywords: COVID-19, Vitamin D, Sun Exposure
Ridha Fitri, Asniar Asniar, Syarifah Rauzatul Jannah
Published: 19 August 2021
Jurnal Keperawatan Silampari, Volume 5, pp 282-294; https://doi.org/10.31539/jks.v5i1.2949

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This study aims to look at the dominant differences in healthy lifestyles in Islamic boarding schools and non-Islamic boarding schools in Johan Pahlawan District, West Aceh Regency. The research method used is quantitative research with the analytical survey. The results of the bivariate test showed that there was a difference in a healthy lifestyle (0.047 < 0.05), there was no difference in BMI (0.474 > 0.05), there was a difference in psychological well-being (0.025 < 0.05), and there was a difference in life satisfaction (0.01 < 0,05) in pesantren and non-Islamic boarding schools. At the same time, in the multivariate test, the dominant determinant of a healthy lifestyle is life satisfaction where the p-value (0.00 < 0.05). In conclusion, there are differences in a healthy lifestyle, psychological well-being, and life satisfaction in boarding and non-boarding adolescents, with the dominant factor being life satisfaction. Keywords: Boarding, Healthy Lifestyle, Non-Boarding, Youth
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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