Nursing and Health Sciences Journal (NHSJ)

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ISSN / EISSN : 2798-5059 / 2798-5067
Published by: KHD Production (10.53713)
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Ida Ayu Agung Laksmi, I Made Dwie Pradnya Susila
Published: 1 September 2022
Nursing and Health Sciences Journal (NHSJ), Volume 2, pp 240-243; https://doi.org/10.53713/nhs.v2i3.157

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Nurse preparedness is a factor that needs to be considered in order to suppress work safety in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic. Early nursing intervention plays an important role in the prevention, preparedness, and response to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and other emerging infectious diseases. A nurse preparedness questionnaire about emerging infectious diseases needs to be compiled as an instrument that can measure preparedness related to unpredictable emerging infectious diseases. The aim of this study was to analyze the validity and reliability of the nurse preparedness questionnaire in dealing with emerging infectious diseases in Bali. This research method is a cross-sectional study involving all nurses in the emergency department at Klungkung Hospital as many as 30 people. Conducting a literature review and adopting the WHO COVID-19 preparedness questionnaire developed the instrument. The questionnaire consists of 4 dimensions with a total of 28 statement items covering the dimensions of knowledge on preparedness for emerging infectious diseases, dimensions of facility preparedness and response readiness in triage, dimensions of the effective response of nurses, and dimensions of preparedness and readiness of nurses for personal protective equipment. The stratified scale in this questionnaire uses a modified Likert scale with 4 answer choices of answers choices (4) strongly agree (3) agree (2) disagree and (1) strongly disagree. In instrumental testing, all 28 items of the instrument were confirmed through content validity (Pearson Product Moment). Using internal consistency reliability, the study found reasonable inter-item reliability for all items (Cronbach’s α: > 0.90)
Ni Luh Seri Astuti, I Nyoman Dharma Wisnawa, I Gede Satria Astawa
Published: 1 September 2022
Nursing and Health Sciences Journal (NHSJ), Volume 2, pp 280-284; https://doi.org/10.53713/nhs.v2i3.155

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Background: One of the vulnerable groups is elderly. Entering the aging process, the elderly will have a decrease a physiological disfunction which make some of non-spreadable disease appear such as hypertension. In this critical situation, a solution is needed to tackling hypertension. One of the non-pharmacological therapy that can be handle for hypertension is effleurage massage. Aim: The aim of this study is to determine the effect of effleurage technique massage on blood pressure toward elderly hypertension at Peguyangan Village. Method: This study is use a quantitative method with quasy experimental design which research design of pre-post-test control design. Sample of this study were 15 respondents in every group. This massage therapy using effleurage massage technique during 20 minutes while control group rest for 20 minutes. Technique sample is using a purposive sampling. Data analysis with Wilcoxon Rank Test with Significance level α <0,05 from the result in the treatment group shows that the p value (sig). Conclusion: The massage of effleurage technique for 20 minutes affects toward lowering blood pressure in the elderly hypertension but resting for 20 minutes has not significantly on the reducing of hypertension blood pressure in elderly.
Ni Luh Putu Dian Yunita Sari, I Kadek Prastikanala, Fransiska Novita Sari
Published: 1 September 2022
Nursing and Health Sciences Journal (NHSJ), Volume 2, pp 244-253; https://doi.org/10.53713/nhs.v2i3.156

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The older people with hypertension are one of the populations that have a susceptibility to COVID-19. Physical exercise activities are postponed, so the older people must adapt to this situation.This literature review aims to describe the physical exercise conditions of the older people with hypertension during the COVID-19 pandemic.The method used is a literature review by analyzing several relevant articles to answer the purpose of study. The online databases used are Science Direct, ProQuest, and Pubmed from 2019 to 2022. The keywords used to sort articles in this study are: (1) older people, (2) physical exercise, (3) hypertension, and (4) COVID-19. There were ten selected articles that analyzed. There are three main themes found in this literature review, namely (1) the types of physical exercise for the older people with hypertension during the COVID-19 pandemic, (2) the benefits of physical exercise for the older people with hypertension during the COVID-19 pandemic, and (3) the methods of carrying out physical exercise for the older people with hypertension during the COVID-19 pandemic. These results can be used as a basis for providing nursing care during to control blood pressure and quality of life of the older people with hypertension.
Susanha Yimyam,
Published: 1 September 2022
Nursing and Health Sciences Journal (NHSJ), Volume 2, pp 190-197; https://doi.org/10.53713/nhs.v2i3.154

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There is limited evidence to support the effectiveness of banana blossom in promoting breast milk supply among mothers undergoing cesarean section. To investigate the clinical galactagogue effect of banana blossom on breast milk production among mothers undergoing cesarean section. A randomized controlled trial was conducted with the experimental group (ne=30) who consumed banana (Musa X paradisiaca) blossom beverage and the control group (nc=30) who consumed plain water. The results showed that mothers undergoing cesarean section in the experimental group had significantly higher milk flow levels at Day 2 (P = 0.017), Day 3 (P = 0.005) and milk volume at Day 2 (P = 0.005), and Day 3 (P = <0.001) than those of control group. This study had proven the galactagogue effect of banana blossom beverage to promote breast milk production, without any notable adverse effect. It could be used to be the alternative daily menu for postpartum mothers and a solution for midwives to deal with those who have inadequate production of breast milk.
Sümeyye Bal, Emine Koç,
Published: 1 September 2022
Nursing and Health Sciences Journal (NHSJ), Volume 2, pp 203-210; https://doi.org/10.53713/nhs.v2i3.149

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Introduction: This study aimed to investigate the relationship between the view of midwifery students on complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) practices and their health perception. Methods: This cross-sectional study was conducted in the midwifery department of the Faculty of Health Sciences of a university in the Black Sea Region between October 4th and November 22nd, 2021 (n=304). Descriptive information form, Complementary, Alternative and Conventional Medicine Attitude Scale (CACMAS), and Health Perception Scale were used to collect the data. SPSS 23.0 statistical program was used for conducting data analysis and the data were presented using mean, standard deviation, number, and percentage values. Correlation analysis was performed to investigate the relationship between the variables. Results: A total of 304 female students participated in this study with a mean age of 20.98 ± 2.18 years. Among them, 68.4% of the students had a family income below the minimum wage, 77.6% had a nuclear family, and 50.3% lived in the city center. Cupping (blood letting 83.8%) was the most frequent CAM practice, and acupuncture (55.9%) was the most common practice for women’s health. Mean score of the students was 111.5 ± 19.1 of 189 points on the CACMAS and 52.7 ± 7.08 points on the Health Perception Scale. No significant correlation was found between the scores of the CACMAS and Health Perception Scale (p > 0.05). Conclusion: Students’ views on traditional complementary medicine and health perceptions were found to be high. It is necessary to increase the awareness of students on these topics.
Rai Rosita Candra Dewi, Ni Putu Emy Darma Yanti, Indah Mei Rahajeng, Komang Menik Sri Krisnawati
Published: 1 September 2022
Nursing and Health Sciences Journal (NHSJ), Volume 2, pp 224-227; https://doi.org/10.53713/nhs.v2i3.133

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Conflict is one of the factors that affect the performance of nurses. Nurse’s conflict management is closely related to the role of leaders in creating a conducive and productive work environment. The purpose of this study was to describe the perception of implementing nurses on the management of ward head conflict in a hospital in Bali. This research is a quantitative descriptive study with a cross sectional approach. The respondents involved were 71 nurses using purposive sampling technique. Collecting data using a questionnaire about conflict management that has been valid and reliable. The results of the research on the perception of implementing nurse on the conflict management of head nurse from dominating strategy were the “Not Good” category (56.95%), the collaboration strategy was “Good” (85.75%), the avoidance strategy was “Not Good” (44%), the accommodate “Good” (82%), and the compromise strategy “Good” (87%). The majority of implementing nurses perceive that the head nurse uses a compromise strategy in managing conflict in their work area, and the least perceived is that the leader uses a conflict avoidance management strategy. The head nurse is expected to be able to use appropriate conflict management strategies to resolve conflicts in his scope of work, because in general all strategies have their respective advantages and disadvantages to overcome a problem.
Tareq Khattab, Yousef Aljeesh
Published: 1 September 2022
Nursing and Health Sciences Journal (NHSJ), Volume 2, pp 232-239; https://doi.org/10.53713/nhs.v2i3.178

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Purpose: Study was conducted to identify the positive and negative aspects of professional quality of life among nurses at the Turkish Palestinian Friendship Hospital in Gaza Strip, as well as to look into the relationship between sociodemographic factors and professional quality of life among nurses at the Turkish Palestinian Friendship Hospital in Gaza Strip. Method: A descriptive cross-sectional design. The Professional Quality of Life Scale (ProQoL), version 5, was used to collect data from 74 nurses who participated in the study, with an 84% response rate. Results: Study participants had high levels of compassion satisfaction (M= 3.9068; SD= 0.86979; WM 78.1%), moderate level of burnout (M= 3.2784; SD= 0.60845; WM 65.5%), and moderate level of secondary traumatic stress (M= 3.0027; SD= 0.77211; WM 60%). There are statistically significant determinants for compassion satisfaction with age group up to 40 years and older (F= 3.406, P= 0.039), participants who received oncology education (T = 2.297, P= 0.025). Also, there is a significant relationship between age group "31-40 years" and secondary traumatic stress in comparison with other groups (F= 4.234, P= 0.018). There are statistically significant determinants for secondary traumatic stress with moderate level of income (F= 6.057, P= 0.004). Also, there is a significant relationship between moderate level of income and burnout (F= 7.497, P= 0.001). Conclusions: Compassion satisfaction is high but burnout and secondary traumatic stress are moderate. Hospital administrators should work on developing strategies to improve compassion satisfaction while reducing burnout and secondary traumatic stress.
Riski Hidayaturrohkim, Emi Wuri Wuryaningsih, Fitrio Deviantony
Published: 1 September 2022
Nursing and Health Sciences Journal (NHSJ), Volume 2, pp 254-260; https://doi.org/10.53713/nhs.v2i3.110

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The COVID-19 pandemic has turned virtually all learning activities into online. Stressors experienced during online learning affect the psychological condition of internship nursing students. This research analyzes the correlation between perception about online learning with anxiety levels in the internship program at the school of Nursing Jember University. The method of this Research used an observational analytic with a cross-sectional approach. Respondents in this study were 102 internship nursing students who have had a minimum of two weeks of an online learning experience and using the total sampling technique. The study was conducted through an online survey. Bivariate analysis was performed by Kendal tau b correlation test (p=0,05). The research instrument of perception online learning questionnaire (α Cronbach = 0.847-0.867) and Zung Self Rating Anxiety Scale (α cronbach= 0.887). The Research has passed the research feasibility through the Health Research Ethics Commission the Faculty of Nursing, University of Jember No. 26/UN25.1.14/KEPK/2021. The results showed a total of 55 internship nursing students (53,9%) had a pretty good perception about online learning and (90,2%) stated that a mild level of anxiety. Moreover, there was no relation between perception about online learning with anxiety levels (p>0,05). Experience and knowledge become onefactor that influences student perceptions—fairly good perception related to positive feelings to minimize anxiety. Besides that, internship nursing students have a good self-adaptation to the online learning transition period to not relate to anxiety. Further researchers can identify risk factors for causing anxiety in students.
Kadek Sri Ariyanti, Made Dewi Sariyani, I Putu Eka Viqtrayana, Rini Winangsih
Published: 1 September 2022
Nursing and Health Sciences Journal (NHSJ), Volume 2, pp 211-214; https://doi.org/10.53713/nhs.v2i3.129

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The changes in public life style cause the raising demand in practical communication media. The data from a survey conducted in 2014 in United States shows that the gadgets ownership in group of people ranged from 13 to 15 years old has increased from 35% to 55%, and tablet ownership has increased twice as much, from 18% to 37%. Referring to the previous study, it is said that teenagers are susceptible to experience the negative effect from the excessive use of gadget, for the gadget screen exposure could induce the release of dopamine hormone which has important role in shaping addictive trait. To prevent such impact, the government of Denpasar City should be having the latest data about the gadget use in teenagers, especially early teenagers. The study aims to determine the relationship between the use of gadgets with eye health in adolescent. Methods: This research uses quantitative methods. The research is conducted in SMP Negeri 3, 6, 7, 8 and 9 Denpasar. The data gathering was conducted from July 23 until August 19, 2020. The technique for determining the minimum sample size is the estimation of the proportion in a simple random sample with absolute precision. Results: Bivariate analysis with chi-square test showed p-value = 0.000. There is a relationship between gadget use and the eye health on teenager informants. Conclusion: There is a positive and significant relationship between the use of gadgets with eye health in adolescent.
Made Dewi Sariyani, Kadek Sri Ariyanti, Dyah Pradnyaparamitha Duarsa, Nur Fatihah Mutmainah
Published: 1 September 2022
Nursing and Health Sciences Journal (NHSJ), Volume 2, pp 274-279; https://doi.org/10.53713/nhs.v2i3.152

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Mother is the closest person to teenagers. In addition to caring, mothers also have the ability to supervise and assist teenagers in using gadgets. Self-efficacy is important in conducting supervision because it is a part of the cognitive competence. Tha purpose knowing the relationship between self-efficacy and mother's experience in assisting adolescents using gadgets. The research method uses quantitative research with 345 teenager mothers in public junior high schools in Denpasar. The result of the study is the most of the informants' mothers still had bad experiences, that is about 243 people (70.4%). The variables that have a significant effect on the dependent variable. DIII education increases the chance of 27 times (AOR = 27.54) the level of mother's efficacy in medium compared to other education. The results show that in general, most mothers still have low efficacy in terms of assisting early teenagerss who use gadgets before intervention. There is a significant positive relationship between mother's experience and mother's self-efficacy in assisting early teens who use gadgets. The suggestions that can be conveyed is Mothers are expected to be able to provide assistance to their children in the use of gadgets
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