Journal Wetenskap Health

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EISSN : 2709-5215
Published by: Hoedspruit Development Publication (10.48173)
Total articles ≅ 35

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Andi Batari Toja Michdar, Fridawaty Rivai, Yahya Thamrin, Syahrir Pasinringi, Alimin Maidin, Hasnawati Anqam
Journal Wetenskap Health, Volume 2, pp 27-37; https://doi.org/10.48173/jwh.v2i2.107

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This study aims to analyze the implementation of discharge planning at Siloam Hospitals Balikpapan in 2018. The type of research conducted is a mix method research. The sample of this study was taken with a total sampling of patients in the Inpatient Installation which was then observed on 260 medical record documents to determine the percentage of completeness of filling items and the timeliness of returning medical record files, then 7 (seven) informants. The results showed that the results showed that the implementation of discharge planning at the Siloam Hospital Balikpapan inpatient had not been running according to the standards set by the hospital, namely 100%. In the discharge planning implementation, the most influential factor is the human resource factor, seen from the discharge planning cycle implementation from the initial HR involvement to the end. It is recommended for hospital management that the parts that are still not appropriate (14.5%) to be evaluated further, so that the causal factors can be immediately corrected. For the implementation of communication, it is necessary to convey clearly and accurately related to the information provided so that it is easy to understand and run in accordance with policy objectives such as holding regular socialization so that health workers understand the outline of the purpose of implementing this discharge planning.
Johnstune Nehioshon, Buniface Mechirie, Mkamzie Ndambuki
Journal Wetenskap Health, Volume 2, pp 38-44; https://doi.org/10.48173/jwh.v2i2.105

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Sexual health is described as a condition of total physical, mental, and social well-being in all aspects of sexuality, not only the absence of sickness or impairment. Reproductive rights, on the other hand, are the rights to reach the highest levels of sexual and reproductive health. This includes the freedom to make reproductive choices without fear of discrimination or violence. Complete knowledge, as well as the instillation of religious beliefs and standards, may help to protect children and adolescents from sexual offenses.
Magaille Hodambia, Sindi Dandala
Journal Wetenskap Health, Volume 2, pp 74-79; https://doi.org/10.48173/jwh.v2i2.120

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Premenstrual syndrome (PMS) symptoms may range from mild to severe. PMS severity is affected by hormonal, psychological, and physiological variables in women. Nutritional status was determined using the body mass index (BMI). According to one research, each kilogram/m2 rise in BMI was linked with a 3% increase in the chance of developing PMS. Respondents with normal height and weight who dominated the results of BMI measures in this study were found to be in the same BMI category as female students experiencing mild PMS. When it comes to female students, there is a significant disparity between BMI and PMS degree levels. There is a strong relationship between BMI and the intensity of PMS symptoms. A significant relationship exists between BMI and PMS degrees in female university students. There is a strong relationship between BMI and the intensity of PMS symptoms.
Besse Lizanty Triananda, Indahwaty Sidin, Masni Masni, Syahrir A. Pasinringi, Fridawaty Rivai, Rachmat Latief
Journal Wetenskap Health, Volume 2, pp 62-73; https://doi.org/10.48173/jwh.v2i2.119

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Medical record is a subsystem of the hospital information system as a whole which has a very important role in improving the quality and service in hospitals. This study aims to analyze the factors related to the completeness of filling and the timeliness of returning medical record files for inpatients at Tarakan Hospital. This type of research is a quantitative study using an observational study with a cross sectional study design. Sampling used total sampling so that the sample in this study were doctors at the Inpatient Installation of Tarakan Hospital, totaling 38 respondents. The results showed that there was a relationship between individual characteristics, organizational characteristics, job characteristics and SOPs with the completeness of filling out medical record files and the timeliness of returning medical record files at Tarakan Hospital. Therefore, it is hoped that the hospital management will continue to improve monitoring and evaluation of the importance of maintaining the quality of medical records, then immediately switch to electronic medical records in order to solve problems that exist in the medical record unit, so that performance improvements and service quality in hospitals can be realized. Tarakan which has an impact on increasing patient satisfaction and loyalty
Wielfrid Chokwueze, Kulechy Ịhenache
Journal Wetenskap Health, Volume 2, pp 1-7; https://doi.org/10.48173/jwh.v2i2.102

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The purpose of this research was to examine the pain evaluation and treatment procedures used by practicing nurses. The research is a descriptive cross-sectional research that was conducted on 146 nurses who were directly engaged in patient care, were not on leave throughout the data collecting period, and volunteered to participate in the research using the convenience sample methodology. The data collection instrument was a pretested self-structured questionnaire with a 0.9 reliability value. Sorting, coding, entering, and analyzing data were performed using the SPSS version 23.0 software program at a 5% level of significance. The majority of respondents, 136 (93.1 percent), were female, while just 10 (6.9 percent) were male. 48 (23.9 percent) of respondents were SNOs, 86 (58.9 percent) of respondents had 6–10 years of experience, 120 (82.2 percent) were married, and 140 (95.9 percent ) were Christians. Concerning respondents' degree of knowledge regarding pain assessment techniques, 28 (19.2 percent) had inadequate knowledge, 44 (30.1 percent) had acceptable knowledge, and 74 (50.7 percent) had enough information. Self-reported pain management strategies included patient positioning and movement, massage, breathing exercises, diversional therapy, the use of warm or hot compresses, encouraging rest and relaxation, the use of both weak and strong opioid analgesics, and the administration of non-opioid analgesics. Using chi-square analysis, it was shown that there is no statistically significant relationship between nurses' knowledge and use of pain assessment instruments (p-value =0.15).
Achmad Rifai Pandin, Syahrir Pasinringi, Lalu Muhammad Saleh
Journal Wetenskap Health, Volume 2, pp 8-21; https://doi.org/10.48173/jwh.v2i2.100

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Realization of the application of patient safety and efforts to fulfill employee job satisfaction through employee development have not met the targets set in the strategic goals for the achievement of hospital quality indicators. This study aims to analyze the effect of job satisfaction based on the dimensions of job characteristics, rewards, work environment, relationship with management and leadership based on directive, supportive, participatory, achievement-oriented dimensions of patient safety culture in nurses at Lagaligo I Hospital, East Luwu Regency. This type of research is a quantitative study using an analytic observational study with a cross sectional study design. The sample used was 119 respondents to nurses at Lagaligo I Hospital, East Luwu Regency. The results showed that there was an influence of job characteristics, rewards, work environment, relationship with management on the variable job satisfaction of nurses on patient safety culture, there was an influence of directive, supportive, participatory, achievement-oriented dimensions on leadership variables on patient safety culture, and job satisfaction of nurses. jointly influence the culture of patient safety in Regional General Hospital (RSUD) I Lagaligo, East Luwu Regency. Therefore, it is hoped that the hospital will pay more attention to a safe and comfortable work environment and for leadership it is expected to set standards for developing competency through trainings, solving any existing problems quickly and responsively.
Azhiima Firliyah Andi Ara, Syahrir A. Pasinringi, Sangkala Sangkala
Journal Wetenskap Health, Volume 2, pp 45-53; https://doi.org/10.48173/jwh.v2i2.106

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The low performance of the Regional Special Hospital belonging to the Province of South Sulawesi illustrates the quality of consumer services that affect hospital income. This study aims to analyze the effect of job satisfaction on organizational performance, the effect of organizational commitment on organizational performance, the effect of job satisfaction on organizational commitment, and the effect of job satisfaction on organizational performance directly and indirectly through organizational commitment of the Mother and Child Hospital of South Sulawesi Province. This type of research is a quantitative study using an analytical observational study with a cross sectional study design. The sample was taken using stratified random sampling so that the sample in this study included medical, nursing, midwifery and non-medical personnel, totaling 190 respondents at the Siti Fatimah Mother and Child Hospital and Mother and Child Hospital Mother and Child Motherland, South Sulawesi Province. The results showed that there was a relationship between job satisfaction and organizational performance (0.000), there was a relationship between organizational commitment and organizational performance (0.000), there was a relationship between job satisfaction and organizational commitment (0.000), and job satisfaction was the most influential variable on performance (32, 10%) compared to organizational commitment (21.90%). Therefore, it is expected that the hospital is able to maintain and develop the supporting dimensions of job satisfaction and organizational commitment of its employees in order to achieve organizational performance as expected.
Fathy Ramadhon Sobhi, Mervat Sedki
Journal Wetenskap Health, Volume 2, pp 22-26; https://doi.org/10.48173/jwh.v2i2.103

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Physical, mental, and emotional changes in the elderly need family care, since family assistance alleviates aging difficulties. They need the assistance of individuals close to them to be able to enjoy life in old age and be happy or feel pleased. Older reliance is created by the fact that many elderly individuals are suffering from physical, cognitive, and psychological decline, which means that the elderly are going through changes that are unfavorable. As a consequence, physical mobility issues will impede the elderly's ability to carry out everyday tasks independently. Family serves as a secure and serene haven for relaxation and healing, as well as a tool for mastering emotions such as empathy, care, and concern for the elderly.
Titi Sholeha, Rahayu Indriasari, Healthy Hidayanty, Nurhaedar Jafar, Saifuddin Sirajuddin, Suriah Suriah
Journal Wetenskap Health, Volume 2, pp 54-61; https://doi.org/10.48173/jwh.v2i2.112

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The quality of adolescent breakfast is very influential on daily nutritional needs. Fast food is a favorite food for teenagers but the nutritional content is lacking. Love to eat - ready-to-eat food makes the practice of cooking decline. The purpose of this study was to improve cooking skills and self-efficacy in preparing breakfast for junior high school students in Kendari City. This study is a quasi-experimental design. The subjects in this study were 26 students of SMPN 10 Kendari, namely the intervention group who were given cooking training and nutrition education with the lecture method and 26 students of SMPN 5 Kendari were the control group who were given nutrition education through leaflets. Data were analyzed using paired t-test and independent sample t-test. The results showed that there were differences in cooking skills and self-efficacy in preparing breakfast (p<0.05) in the intervention group (p<0.05). In addition, there were also differences in self-efficacy in preparing breakfast between the intervention group and the control group (p<0.05). It was concluded that there was a positive effect of cooking training on increasing self-efficacy and cooking skills for preparing breakfast. For the school, it is better to hold extracurricular cooking activities to train students' skills in meeting daily nutritional intake.
Cindy Saras Wati, Thomson P. Nadapdap, Manelly Lubis
Journal Wetenskap Health, Volume 2, pp 22-34; https://doi.org/10.48173/jwh.v2i1.66

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The purpose of this study was to analyze the factors that influence the use of PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) in the Nurses in the Hospital TK II Putri Hijau Medan in 2020. This type of research is an analytic study with a cross sectional approach. The research was conducted at the Putri Hijau Kindergarten II Hospital, Medan. The population in this study were 152 nurses with a total sample size of 60 people based on the sample count using the Slovin formula. Collecting data in the study using a questionnaire and processed into SPSS with univariate, bivariate and multivariate analysis. Based on the results of research with the chi square statistical test, it is known that the variables age, years of service, knowledge, attitudes, availability of PPE, supervision and social support have a relationship with p
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