Sabrina Dwi Prihartini, Sabrina Dwi
Prodi D III Kebidanan, Fakultas Ilmu Kesehatan Universitas Pesantren Tinggi Darul Ulum Jombang

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PERAN ORANG TUA DALAM MENGATASI SCHOOL PHOBIA PADA ANAK USIA PRA SEKOLAH DI TK MUSLIMAT 7 PETERONGAN JOMBANG Ghofar, Abdul; Prihartini, Sabrina Dwi
Eduhealth Vol 4, No 2 (2014): Jurnal Eduhealth
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ABSTRAKMulyani Sumantri dan Nana Syaodih (2008) dalam bukunya yang berjudul
PENGARUH MOBILISASI DINI TERHADAP PENURUNAN TINGGI FUNDUS UTERI PADA IBU NIFAS DI PAVILIUN MELATI RSUD JOMBANG Prihartini, Sabrina Dwi
Eduhealth Vol 4, No 2 (2014): Jurnal Eduhealth
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ABSTRAK Pengaruh mobilisasi dini pada ibu nifas akan berdampak fisiologis misalnya mempercepat proses penyembuhan organ-organ dalam. Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk mengetahui apakah ada pengaruh mobilisasi dini terhadap penurunan TFU pada ibu nifas di Paviliun Melati RSUD Jombang. Metode penelitian yang digunakan adalah desain pre-eksperimental design dengan rancangan one group pre-test post-test, populasinya adalah ibu nifas yang melahirkan secara pervaginam 2 jam setelah melahirkan, sampel sebanyak 20 orang yang memenuhi kriteria penelitian. Variabel independent dalam penelitian ini adalah mobilisasi dini, variabel dependentnya adalah penurunan TFU. Pengumpulan data menggunakan tabulasi dan observasi yang sebelum diukur memakai jari-jari tangan. Data dianalisis dengan uji Wilcoxon dengan tingkat kemaknaan
PENGARUH MEDIA PEMBELAJARAN BERBASIS WEB TERHADAP PENINGKATAN KETERAMPILAN PRAKTIKUM ASUHAN KALA II PERSALINAN MAHASISWA DIII KEBIDANAN Wiriyanti, Muridah; Syarif, Syafruddin; Ahmad, Mardiana; Prihartini, Sabrina Dwi; Wahyuni, Indah Sri
Jurnal Keperawatan Muhammadiyah 2020: EDISI KHUSUS
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Background: Web based learning media is used to support systems that walk conventionally, web based learning media can enhance learning more effectively because with a web based display to help students to be able to participate practicum independently and can support practical activities before entering the laboratory. This study aims to determine the effect of web-based learning media on improving the skills care the stage II of childbirth DIII Midwifery studentsResearch methods: This study uses a Quasi Experiment with a non equivalent control group design. The population of all students of the Pelamonia Midwifery Academy VII Wirabuana Makassar in 2019. The sample in this study is the second semester students of the third semester of the Pelamonia Midwifery Academy VII Wirabuana Makassar, amounting to 151 people, divided into 2 groups intervention and control.  The intervention group numbered 32 people, control 40 people. The sampling technique is purposive sampling. Each group was given a skills pre-test whose assessment was in accordance with the observation sheet on the second stage of labor care procedures. Then the intervention group was given web-based learning media for 1 meeting with 2x50 minutes time. At the end of the meeting a post-test was conducted. Using paired sample t-test.           Results: Statistical test results showed that there were differences in the results of measurement I and measurement II of childbirth care skills in the control group (p <0.05) and contributed 46.3%. In the intervention group there were differences in skills before and after the provision of web-based learning media (p <0.05) and contributed 91.7%, in improving the skills of the second semester Midwifery D-III students regarding second stage of labor.Conclusion: The results of data analysis and evaluation results on web-based learning media have an effect on improving the skills of stage II of childbirth care in Midwifery D-III