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Journal : Real in Nursing Journal

PENGETAHUAN PERAWAT TERHADAP PELAKSANAAN TIMBANG TERIMA PASIEN SESUAI SOP Febrina, Wiwit; yenni, Yenni
Real in Nursing Journal Vol 1, No 2 (2018): REAL in Nursing Journal
Publisher : STIKes Fort De Kock Bukittinggi

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Nursing is one of a profession front for health workers in this effort to ensure the quality of health center in the community. Handover is good quality health services to offer a service nursing on a patient care, To optimize the role and function of nurse especially function to independence nurse. This research aims to know the the relations knowledge of a nurse with patient handover implementation as procedure. The kind of research used is descriptive analytic with the approach cross sectional. A population that used is nurse who were 101 people from 101 a person who uses technique total of sampling. The analysis in use is analysis univariat and bivariat. The results of the study was obtained 42,6 % nurse possess wisdom that low and 31.7 % nurse of these stations have the implementation of patient a less well , testing shows statistic been gained there are the kind of relationship is meaningless between knowledge a nurse with the implementation of these stations received patients ( p = 0,094 ). Based on the research done can be concluded that there was a correlation meaningful of the incentives a nurse with the implementation of the weigh received patients appropriate with the sop .Was recommended to researchers , the hospital to continue to motivate nurse in the implementation of the weigh received patients appropriate with the procedure.  Keywords: Knowledge, The Implementation of handover
SECONDARY PREVENTION TERHADAP MOTIVASI KLIEN HIPERTENSI DALAM PENGONTROLAN TEKANAN DARAH yenni, yenni; Reni, Reni
Real in Nursing Journal Vol 1, No 1 (2018): REAL in Nursing Journal
Publisher : STIKes Fort De Kock Bukittinggi

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The aims of this study to determine the effect of secondary prevention on the motivation of hypertension clients in controlling blood pressure. Conducted from February to March 2018 in the Neurology Room and Internation of RSUD Prof. Dr. MA. Hanafiah Batusangkar BC Tanah. This type of research was an experiment with a Quasi Experiment Design Nonequivalent Control Group design. The study population was moderate hypertension patients aged 18-59 years, taken by purposive sampling as many as 10 intervention groups and 10 control groups. Bivariate analysis using the Mann-Whitney test. Statistical tests show there is a secondary prevention effect on the motivation of hypertensive clients in controlling blood pressure. p value = 0.012 (p value <0.05). The average value of the motivation of the intervention group was 69.0, SD 8.313,  Mean Rank 13.8 and the control group 58.70, SD 3.683,  Mean Rank 7.20. It can be concluded that there is an effect of the secondary prevention implementation on the motivation of hypertensive clients in controlling blood pressure. It is expected that nurses in hospitals and health centers to be able to use secondary prevention as one strategy in increasing the motivation of clients to control blood pressure.Keywords: motivation, secondary prevention, blood pressure