Journal of Telenursing (JOTING)

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ISSN / EISSN : 2684-8996 / 2684-8988
Current Publisher: IPM2KPE (10.31539)
Total articles ≅ 54
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Padila Padila, Juli Andri, Harsismanto J, Muhammad Bagus Andrianto, Rengga Depri Admaja
Published: 8 September 2020
Journal of Telenursing (JOTING), Volume 2, pp 112-118; doi:10.31539/joting.v2i2.1395

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This study aims to find a website that strives to wash the hands seven of the early childhood school children in Aisyiyah 1 Kindergarten, Bengkulu City. The research design used a pre-experimental method with one group pretest-posttest. The results showed that before the intervention was given the first-star category, there were 27 people (90%). The children got the second-star sort as many as three people (10%), while the number of respondents after being given the intervention experienced an increase in ability and the third-star category was seven people ( 23.3%) and get IV stars as many as 23 people (76.7%), and the bivariate analysis using the Wilcoxon test obtained p-value = 0.000. In conclusion, there is a significant influence between the method of increasing the handwashing ability of seven early childhood in Aisyiyah 1 Kindergarten, Bengkulu City. Keywords: Hand washing, Demonstration Method, Early Age
Juli Andri, Agus Ramon, Padila Padila, Andry Sartika, Eka Putriana
Published: 8 September 2020
Journal of Telenursing (JOTING), Volume 2, pp 127-141; doi:10.31539/joting.v2i2.1397

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This study aims to explore the experiences of ODHA patients in physiological adaptations in Dr. M. Yunus Bengkulu. This type of research is qualitative research with survey methods and in-depth interviews (In-depth Interview). The results showed that the knowledge aspect of the three informants understood and knew about HIV / AIDS. Elements of the problem of physiological adaptation are obtained in the form of continuous diarrhea, continued appetite, drastic weight loss, fatigue when on the move, insomnia or sleep disturbances, itchy skin, infection of the skin, uncomplicated illness (fever, flu, and cough), joint pains, tingling sensation, forgetfulness, low vision, and refusing to open up to the surrounding environment. The aspect of ODHA experience in overcoming the problem of physiological adaptation is that ODHA not only depends on ARV drugs, but they use other medications according to complaints and use herbal medicines. In conclusion, the three informants understand HIV / AIDS, have many problems that arise in physiological adaptation, and how ODHA to overcome the problem of physiological adaptation, namely traditional and pharmacological ways. Keywords: Physiological Adaptation, Experience of ODHA
Erni Riany, Riska Yanuarti, Bintang Agustina Pratiwi, Wulan Angraini
Published: 8 September 2020
Journal of Telenursing (JOTING), Volume 2, pp 158-167; doi:10.31539/joting.v2i2.1631

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This study aims to determine the factors that influence early marriage in Air Rami District, Mukomuko Regency. This research method is a quantitative study with a cross-sectional study approach. The results showed that the factors that influence early marriage in Air Rami District, Mukomuko Regency include knowledge (p = 0.000), attitude (p = 0.004), parents' income (p = 0.001), exposure to information media (p = 0.901), the influence of peers (p = 0.569), the role of parents (p = 0.000), the number of family members (p = 0.039), while the factor that did not affect early marriage in Air Rami District, Mukomuko Regency was exposure to information media (p = 0.901), peer influence (p = 0.569), and culture (p = 0.104). In conclusion, there is an influence between knowledge, attitudes, parents' income, parents' role, and family members in early marriage. Meanwhile, what did not affect early marriage was exposure to information media, peer influence, culture. Keywords: Marriage, Early Age
Harsismanto J, Padila Padila, Juli Andri, Muhammad Bagus Andrianto, Lussyefrida Yanti
Published: 8 September 2020
Journal of Telenursing (JOTING), Volume 2, pp 119-126; doi:10.31539/joting.v2i2.1409

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This study aimed to see the comparison of blowing bubbles and blowing bamboo blades to the respiratory frequency of children with asthma in the Edelweiss Room, DR. M. Yunus Bengkulu Year 2019. The research design used was a quasi-experimental research. The univariate analysis results showed that the average respiratory rate before and after doing super bubble blow therapy was in the moderate category (26.91) and after the intervention was in the medium type (25.30). The average respiratory frequency before and after blowing the bamboo propeller was moderate (26.69) and light (24.81). The bivariate analysis results showed that there was an effect of blowing bubbles on respiratory frequency in children with a value of p = 0.000, and there was an effect of blowing bamboo propellers on respiratory frequency in children with asthma with a value of p = 0.007. In conclusion, there is no difference in superbubbles blowing therapy's effectiveness by blowing bamboo propellers in children with asthma. Keywords: Bamboo Propeller, Respiratory Frequency, Blow Super Bubbles
Muhammad Amin, Yesi Purnamasari
Published: 8 September 2020
Journal of Telenursing (JOTING), Volume 2, pp 142-149; doi:10.31539/joting.v2i2.1440

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This study aimed to determine the scale of pain before and after being given effleurage massage therapy for adolescent girls experiencing primary dysmenorrhea. The research method used in this study is a pre-experimental method with a pretest-postest design. The results showed that the p-value before and after being given effleurage massage therapy was 0.000 (
Muhammad Bagus Andrianto, Asih Dewi Setyawati, Muhammad Muin, Fery Agusman Motuho Mendrofa
Published: 8 September 2020
Journal of Telenursing (JOTING), Volume 2, pp 150-157; doi:10.31539/joting.v2i2.1528

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The purpose of this study was to see a picture of people living with religious HIV / AIDS. The method in this research is using descriptive analysis. From a total of 69, the results of the study obtained moderate religious data on people living with HIV / AIDS of 42 respondents (60.9%). In conclusion, the need for support and guidance for HIV / AIDS in increasing adaptive coping can manage the disease it is experiencing. Keywords: HIV / AIDS, Religious Coping
Oslida Martony
Published: 26 May 2020
Journal of Telenursing (JOTING), Volume 2, pp 91-100; doi:10.31539/joting.v2i1.1191

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This study aims to determine the knowledge, attitudes, and behavior of school children snacks before and after counseling related to the empowerment of cadres in schools at Muhammadiyah Lubuk Pakam Elementary School. This research method is a correlative study using a cross-sectional design. The results of the static test show that the value of p = 0.00
Juli Andri, Henni Febriawati, Padila Padila, Harsismanto J, Rahayu Susmita
Published: 26 May 2020
Journal of Telenursing (JOTING), Volume 2, pp 61-70; doi:10.31539/joting.v2i1.1129

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The purpose of this study was to determine the relationship between the level of pain with the implementation of early mobilization and early ambulation in post-op fracture patients with lower extremities in the Seruni room of RSUD dr. M. Yunus, Bengkulu. The research design used in this study was a cross-sectional design. The results of the study, patients who did mobilization activities amounted to 82.9%. Patients who did not mobilize to 17.1% of patients who carried out ambulation activities amounted to 82.9%. Patients who did not perform ambulation activities amounted to 17.1%, pain moderate amounted to 77.1%, and severe pain amounted to 22.9%. In the chi-square test results, the value of p-value = 0,000. In conclusion, there is a correlation between the implementation of mobilization and early ambulation with pain in post-op patients with lower limb fractures at RSUD Dr. M. Yunus. Keywords: Early Ambulation, Mobilization, Pain
Muhammad Amin, Yogi Ekwinaldo, Yesi Novrianti
Published: 26 May 2020
Journal of Telenursing (JOTING), Volume 2, pp 31-40; doi:10.31539/joting.v2i1.521

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This study aims to determine the relationship between work stress and work conflict on nurses' performance in the inpatient ward of the Kepahiang Regional General Hospital. This type of research is descriptive-analytic research with a cross-sectional approach. Statistical test results from 80 respondents: as many as 39 respondents (48.8%) have low work stress, and 41 (52.1%) respondents have high work stress. as many as 43 respondents (53.8%) stated there was no conflict, and 37 (46.2%) respondents stated that there was a conflict, the results of continuity correction for work stress (P) = 0,000 <α = 0.05 and continuity work conflict correction (P) = 0.000 <α = 0.05. In conclusion, there is a significant influence between work stress and work conflict on the performance of nurses in the inpatient room of the Kepahiang Regional General Hospital. Keywords: Nurse Performance, Work Conflict, Work Stress
Sri Mulyani Nurhayati, Siti Ulfah Nurjanah
Published: 26 May 2020
Journal of Telenursing (JOTING), Volume 2, pp 21-30; doi:10.31539/joting.v2i1.1092

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The purpose of this study was to study how to analyze the intervention of giving marital therapy to decrease the intensity of labor in the first stage of the active phase in the Walnut Room of Pelni Hospital in Jakarta. The type of descriptive research chosen for the investigation to be carried out is a case study. The results of the survey before the administration of marital therapy found that subject I had a chance, pain scale 7 (severe pain), looked anxious, tense, pain disappeared, facial expressions grimaced. While in subject II who initially experienced a pain scale of 6 (moderate pain), looked worried, facial expressions appeared to wince. After the intervention of marital therapy, it was found that subject I had a chance, pain scale 6 (moderate pain). Conclusion, treatment of Murottal AlQuran therapy affects decreasing pain intensity. Keywords: Murottal Al-Qur'an, Pain, Childbirth
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