Jurnal Keperawatan Silampari

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ISSN / EISSN : 2597-7482 / 2581-1975
Published by: IPM2KPE (10.31539)
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Defia Roza, Sila Dewi Anggreni, Heppi Sasmita, Yessi Fadriyanti, Nova Yanti
Published: 13 August 2020
Jurnal Keperawatan Silampari, Volume 4, pp 178-186; doi:10.31539/jks.v4i1.1514

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This study aimed to determine the effectiveness of SEFT interventions in improving the quality of life of HIV / AIDS patients in Padang City. The design of this study was a Quasi-experimental design with one group pretest and posttest. This study found that the average quality of life of HIV patients before SEFT administration was 97.07, and the average rate of life of HIV patients after SEFT administration was 102.6. It can be seen that the mean difference between before and after SEFT action is 5.57 with a standard deviation of 6.98. The statistical test results obtained p-value = 0.011. In conclusion, there is a significant difference between the quality of life of HIV patients before and after SEFT treatment. Keywords: HIV, Quality of Life, SEFT
Maria Komariah, Dessy Adriani, Desy Indrayani, Nina Gartika
Published: 13 August 2020
Jurnal Keperawatan Silampari, Volume 4, pp 1-10; doi:10.31539/jks.v4i1.1221

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This research aims to examine spiritual needs by getting an idea of the level of importance of spiritual needs based on the seven dimensions developed by Galek. This research method uses descriptive research methods. The results of research on the aspects of divinity (3.63), morality and ethics (3.43), love/sense of belonging (3.42), positive thinking/gratitude/hope (3.40), meaning and purpose (3.39) ), resolution/death (3.26) and on the appreciation dimension of beauty (2.98). In conclusion, in advanced cancer patients, the highest spiritual need is in the divine aspect, and the lowest is in the dimension of appreciation of beauty. Keywords: Study, Advanced Stage Cancer, Needs, Patients, Spiritual
Mochamad Heri, Ni Made Dwi Yunica Astriani, Komang Gde Trisna Purwantara, Putu Devi Kurnia Sari
Published: 13 August 2020
Jurnal Keperawatan Silampari, Volume 4, pp 239-247; doi:10.31539/jks.v4i1.1771

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The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of occupational therapy on attaching shoelaces to the improvement of fine motor skills in mentally disabled children in SLB N 1 Badung. This research method is quantitative research with pre-experimental research design pre-post test one group design. The result of univariate analysis of the intervention of 41 respondents before being given occupational therapy for fine motor development was 1.20, and after being given occupational therapy, fine motor development was 1.41. The results of this study showed the average fine motor development during the pre-test was 1.20. After being given the occupational therapy treatment of attaching shoelaces, the average fine motor development was 1.41. Data analysis results with the Wilcoxon test get a value of 0.003 or p <α (0.05). In conclusion, occupational therapy influences placing shoelaces on fine motor skills in children with moderate mental retardation in SLB N 1 Badung. Keywords: Fine Motoric, Occupational Therapy, Impairment
I Dewa Ayu Rismayanti, I Made Sundayana, Putu Eka Pratama
Published: 13 August 2020
Jurnal Keperawatan Silampari, Volume 4, pp 222-230; doi:10.31539/jks.v4i1.1773

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This study aims to determine the effect of modern dressings on wound healing of grade 2 diabetes mellitus at Griya Utami Care Bali. The design used in the study was a real experiment with a one-group pre-post test approach. The results showed that the experimental group's average post value was 8.67, with a standard deviation of 2.024. In the control group, the average post value was 10.60, with a standard deviation of 2.874. Based on the results of statistical tests, it was found that the p-value was 0.042, meaning that there was a significant difference in the average post value between the experimental group and the control group. In conclusion, there is an effect of modern dressings on wound healing for grade 2 diabetes mellitus at Griya Utami care Bali. Keywords: Diabetes Mellitus, Grade 2 Diabetes Wounds, Modern Dressing
Nelly Yuliana, Hendra Setiawan, Nyoman Anita Damayanti
Published: 13 August 2020
Jurnal Keperawatan Silampari, Volume 4, pp 195-204; doi:10.31539/jks.v4i1.1557

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The purpose of this study is to describe the implementation of policies and regulations of the National Health Insurance System in midwifery and neonatal services in X District, North Kalimantan Province. This research method is a qualitative research with an observational descriptive approach. The results of the study show that there are obstacles in the implementation of the national health insurance system, namely the lack of information on national health insurance for midwives and the community and the non-acceptance of non-capitation funds for midwives in the national health insurance system. In conclusion, the national health insurance system still needs a lot of improvements that are still needed for policies and regulations of the national health insurance system both at the central and regional levels, especially in midwifery and neonatal services for midwives so that their implementation can run properly to reduce maternal and child mortality in Indonesia. Keywords: Non-Capitation Fund, Midwifery and Neonatal Services, National Health Insurance System
Candra Saputra, Yulastri Arif, Fitra Yeni
Published: 13 August 2020
Jurnal Keperawatan Silampari, Volume 4, pp 20-30; doi:10.31539/jks.v4i1.1281

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This study aimed to determine the effectiveness of ANNISA development on nurses' knowledge of nursing documentation. This method uses quantitative research with a quasi-experimental design and a time series approach non-equivocal control group design. The study results were there were differences in the measurement of nurses' knowledge about nursing documentation in the intervention group before the intervention by measuring posttest-1 with p-value = 0.000. There were differences in nurses' experience about nursing documentation between the intervention group and the control group in the posttest-1 and posttest-2 measurements after the intervention using ANNISA with p-value = 0,000. There was an increase in differences in nurses' knowledge about nursing documentation from the pretest, posttest-1, and posttest-2 measurements after using ANNISA in the intervention group and the control group with p-value = 0.000. In conclusion, ANNISA development affects increasing the knowledge of nurses about nursing documentation Keywords: ANNISA, Nursing Documentation, Knowledge
Arjuna Arjuna, Etty Rekawati
Published: 13 August 2020
Jurnal Keperawatan Silampari, Volume 4, pp 205-214; doi:10.31539/jks.v4i1.1430

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This study aims to determine complementary therapies that can be applied to managing anxiety and depression in the elderly in the community. Methods for searching articles through English databases: EBSCO host, Scopus, Pro-Quest, Wiley Online Library, Sage Publications, Science direct, and Springer Link in the last ten years. The search results obtained 282 articles, and six reports identified that met the inclusion criteria. Systematic review analysts use the PRISMA diagram. There are six complementary therapies used: aromatherapy, reiki, laughter therapy, acupressure, religion, aromatherapy, music, and reiki. In conclusion, all of these complementary therapies are effective in the management of anxiety or depression. The complementary treatment suggested in the direction of pressure is aromatherapy, while depression is religious therapy. Keywords: Depression, Anxiety, Parents, Complementary Therapy
Ismatut Thobibah, Ernawaty Ernawaty, Nyoman Anita Damayanti
Published: 13 August 2020
Jurnal Keperawatan Silampari, Volume 4, pp 162-170; doi:10.31539/jks.v4i1.1474

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This study aims to analyze the relationship between information factors, knowledge, family support, and attitudes to become a member of the BPJS. The research method used was observational with a cross-sectional approach. The results showed that 69.4% were female, 32.2% were aged 36-45 years. 53.4% ​​have a high school education. The people who are members of the BPJS are 69.53%. There is a relationship between information about BPJS and BPJS membership (p-value = 0,000) and family support and attitudes to support BPJS, which are also related to BPJS membership (p-value = 0,000). Knowledge about BPJS is not related to BPJS membership (p-value = 0.229). In conclusion, information about BPJS, good family support, and a supportive attitude towards BPJS will determine BPJS membership, while knowledge is not related to BPJS membership. Keywords: Family Support, Information, BPJS Membership, Attitude
Siti Fatonah, Tito Yustiawan
Published: 13 August 2020
Jurnal Keperawatan Silampari, Volume 4, pp 151-161; doi:10.31539/jks.v4i1.1408

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This study aims to determine the correlation between the supervision of the head of the room with the culture of patient safety in the Nganjuk Hospital inpatient installation. This research method is a quantitative analytic study with a cross-sectional study design. The results showed that most respondents consisted of women (74.4%) aged between 26 - 35 years (52.6%) who had a D3 / equivalent education (71.8%). The results of the bivariate analysis showed that the p-value was 0.000
Maria Tarisia Rini, Bangun Dwi Hardika, Ketut Suryani
Published: 13 August 2020
Jurnal Keperawatan Silampari, Volume 4, pp 135-141; doi:10.31539/jks.v4i1.1604

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This study aims to determine the effect of hypnotherapy on weight loss in obese adolescents. The research design used is a quasi-experiment. The results showed that 15 respondents (68.2%) experienced weight loss, and seven respondents (31.8%) did not experience weight loss from the statistical test results obtained p-value 0.001 with a correlation coefficient value of 0.682. Also, the p-value of the chi-square test results is 0.004. In conclusion, there is a significant relationship between hypnotherapy and weight loss. Keywords: Weight Loss, Hypnotherapy, Youth
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