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INCREASING SELF-EFFICACY TO REGULATE EXERCISE IN ADULT PATIENTS WITH TYPE 2 DIABETES MELLITUS Siregar, Rinco; Stongpat, Sunantha; Wattanakul, Boontuan
Belitung Nursing Journal Vol 4, No 6 (2018): November-December 2018
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Background: Self-efficacy has been described as dominan factor associated with physical exercise in adult patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus, but to improve self-efficacy to regulate exercise of adult patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus is a challenge for health workers.Objective: This study was to determine the effect of exercise consultation program on self - efficacy to regulate exercise adults’ patients of type 2 diabetes mellitus.Methods: A quasi-experimental study with two comparison groups was purposively designed for pre-test and post-test procedures. Sixty-one patients of type 2 diabetes mellitus were allocated into the experimental group (31 patients) and the control group (29 patients). While the experimental group received the exercise consultation for 12 weeks and routine care, the control group received routine care only. Comparative assessments on differences in self-efficacy to regulate exercise were examined both within and between groups using paired or unpaired t-test.Results: After receiving exercise consultation program, self-efficacy to regulate exercise significantly increased within the experimental group (p < .05), but there was no significant change with in the control group.  Between groups, there was a significant difference self-efficacy to regulate exercise in adult patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus (p < .05).Conclusion: The exercise consultation program could increase self-efficacy to promote the physical exercise among adults patients of type 2 diabetes mellitus.
IMPACT OF HEALTH EDUCATION INTERVENTION ON KNOWLEDGE OF CERVICAL CANCER PREVENTION AMONG WOMEN IN BAHOROK’S VILLAGE, NORTH SUMATRA INDONESIA Simanullang, Rostime Hermayerni
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Background: Cervical cancer is the second cancer disease that attacks women in the world, and it ranked the first in developing countries. It is expected that woman’s knowledge about cervical cancer will prevent the incidence among them.  Objective: To examine the effect of health education on the knowledge level of women about cervical cancer prevention.Methods: This was a pre-experimental study with one group pretest posttest at Bahorok’s Village, North Sumatra, Indonesia on April to May 2016. There were 36 samples selected using purposive sampling. Paired t-test was used for data analysis.Results: There was a significant difference in the mean value of women knowledge levels (p=0.004), with the increase of the mean of knowledge before intervention (mean= 1.0) and knowledge after the intervention (mean= 2.14).Conclusion: There was a significant effect of health education in increasing the level of women knowledge about prevention of cervical cancer. It is suggested that that health education should be done routinely to increase women knowledge in order to prevent cervical cancer.
THE EFFECT OF BODY REPOSITIONING ON HEMODYNAMIC STATUS IN PATIENTS WITH VASOPRESSOR THERAPY IN INTENSIVE CARE UNIT Oktorina, Vica Sari; Nuraeni, Aan
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Background: Repositioning the patients every 2 hours were often not implemented during patient care. One of the causes perceived by nurses as contraindications to repositioning in critical patients is the use of vasoactive agents. This condition increases the risk of decubitus, decreased orthostatic stability and muscle atrophy.Objective: The purpose of this study was to identify the effect of body reposition on hemodynamic patients receiving vasopressor therapy in Intensive Care Unit (ICU).Methods: The research method used Quasi Experiment with non-equivalent control group design. The subjects were ICU patients who received vasopressor therapy. The respondents recruited using consecutive sampling technique for a-four month period and obtained 34 respondents, which was divided into control and intervention group. Data analysis used paired t-test to analyze the difference in the same group and unpaired t-test to test the difference between two groups.Results: Pre-post hemodynamic differences in the intervention group when patients were repositioned from supine to the right lateral and  right lateral to left lateral showed p> 0.05. The hemodynamic difference between  the control and the intervention group also had p> 0.05. The results showed there were no significant difference.Conclusions: In general, there is no effect of body repositioning on hemodynamic status. Critical nurses can perform body repositioning activities every two hours including in patients with vasopressor therapy to prevent complications of immobilization, still considerating contraindication condition.
PREVALENCE, PREVENTION, AND WOUND CARE OF PRESSURE INJURY IN STROKE PATIENTS IN THE NEUROLOGY WARD Riandini, Rini; Emaliawati, Etika; Mirwanti, Ristina
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Background: Stroke patient has a risk of experiencing pressure injury, which could affect patient’s life and quality of life; therefore, optimum pressure ulcer prevention should be done. Patients experiencing pressure ulcer should be given appropriate care, to prevent infection and worse conditions.Objective: To identify the prevalence, prevention and treatment of pressure injury of stroke patients in the neurological ward.Methods: This research was a quantitative descriptive research using Landelijke Prevalentiemeting Zorgroblemen instrument. The samples were collected using consecutive sampling method with inclusion criteria of stroke patients experiencing paraplegia, which obtained 30 respondents. Data were presented in frequency distribution format.Results: The result showed that the prevalence of pressure injury was 3.3% of degree III and brought from home. Based on risk assessment, 43.3% of patients had a very high risk of getting pressure injury, and 56.7% had changed position, 100% had received nutritional support but 80% of patients had not received health education and 83.3% did not get a pillow on their heels, and 100% did not get pressure injury mattress, massage, moisturizing cream and oil. Treatment of pressure injury was using 0.9% NaCl liquid with hydrocolloid dressing.Conclusion: It can be concluded that there are still some patients experiencing pressure injury and in terms of items of pressure injury prevention, which often done is malnutrition prevention, the least are the changes of position in using pillows, and in health education. The one that have never been done are the use of oil, moisturizing cream, massage and pressure air mattress. The injury treatment provided to the patient has been adequate. The suggestion that can be given is the preparation of standard operating procedure, leaflets and the provision of pressure air mattress.
EFFECT OF HEALTH EDUCATION USING VIDEO AND BROCHURE ON MATERNAL HEALTH LITERACY Prawesti, Indah; Haryanti, Fitri; Lusmilasari, Lely
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Background: Fever is manifestation of acute disease on children and contributes to incidence of severe malnutrition and morbidity and the most common reason for parents to deliver children on hospital. Currently, parents still lack knowledge of determination and proper management of fever although intervention of health education has been widely practiced. One obstacle to widespread success of educational intervention is inadequacy of health literacy. Utilization of media with simple and completed information with picture can be developed in communities with low levels of health literacy.Objective: To understanding the effect of health education using video and brochure on maternal health literacy in the working area of Saptosari Public Health Center, Gunungkidul Yogyakarta, Indonesia.Methods: This was a quasi experimental study with pretest and posttest nonequivalent control group design conducted on 15 – 27 May 2017. The questionnaire used was HLS-Asia Q which had been modified. Health education intervention was done using five minute-duration video about fever management in children preceeded by discussion about the content of the video. Cluster sampling technique was applied with mothers who have under five children as the respondent involving 45 respondents for intervention group and 42 respondents in control group. Data analysis used independent sample t-test.Results: There was an increase in average maternal health literacy provided with video and brochure media compared to the maternal health literacy given with standard treatment. Intervention group mean difference value was 6.6444 ± 9.6086 and value of difference of control group mean equals to  -2.4762 ± 12.0674  (p value <0.001).Conclusion: Health education intervention using video has a higher impact in the development of maternal health literacy compared with the standard intervention using brochure. 
THE MORE I SEE THE DEATH, THE MORE I LEARN ABOUT LIFE: A PERSPECTIVE Betriana, Feni
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THE CORRELATION BETWEEN FAMILY SUPPORT AND RELAPSE IN SCHIZOPHRENIA AT THE PSYCHIATRIC HOSPITAL Simanullang, Rostime Hermayerni
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Background: Schizophrenia is a severe mental illness with the majority of patients’ experiences relapses. Family support is not a new topic, but still considered as an important factor to prevent the relapse. However, little is known about the correlation between family support and relapse in schizophrenia patients in North Sumatra, Indonesia.Objective: This study aims to examine the relationship between family support and relapse in schizophrenia.Methods:  This was a correlational cross sectional study conducted from January to May 2015 at the psychiatric hospital in Medan North Sumatra Indonesia. There were 90 samples selected using purposive sampling. Chi Square test was used to analyze the data.Results: Findings of this study reveals that there was statistically significant relationship between family informational support (p=0.00), appraisal support (p=0.00), instrumental support (p=0.00), and emotional support (p=0.00) with relapse in schizophrenia.Conclusion: There is a significant correlation between family support (informational support, appraisal, instrumental and emotional support) and relapse in schizophrenia. Therefore, it is recommended that health care professional should continuously promote the important of family support and increase their knowledge regarding the type of supports needed for patients with schizophrenia.
STIGMA TOWARDS PEOPLE LIVING WITH HIV/AIDS AMONG COUNSELING OFFICERS IN SOUTH SULAWESI, INDONESIA Risal, Abd; Irwan, Andi Masyitha; Sjattar, Elly Lilianty
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Background: Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) / Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS) has been a global problem nowadays. To reduce its spread, Voluntary Counseling and Testing (VCT) and Provider-Initiated Testing and Counseling (PITC) have been provided. However, these interventions remain ineffective to discover new cases, as the stigma among health officers may exist.Objective: To compare the stigma towards people living with HIV/AIDS between VCT and PITC officers.Methods: This was a descriptive comparative conducted in Makassar City, Parepare City and Sidenreng Rappang Regency, South Sulawesi Province Indonesia. There were 139 samples were selected using convenience sampling technique, which consisted of 66 VCT counseling officers and 73 PITC officers. The questionnaire from Health Policy Project in Thailand was used to measure the HIV/AIDS related-stigma. Data were analyzed using descriptive analysis and Mann Whitney test. Results: Findings show that there was a statistically significant difference in stigma between the group of VCT and PITC on people living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHA), which the mean of stigma in the PITC group (73.07) was higher than the mean value in the VCT group (66.61). Conclusion: There is a significant difference in stigma between VCT and PITC officers towards PLWHA. It is suggested that PITC curriculum should be evaluated and supervision and monitoring in both VCT and PITC groups should be implemented regularly to reduce the stigma towards PLWHA.
CHALLENGES IN NURSING EDUCATION IN CAMBODIA: A PERSPECTIVE FROM A NURSE LY, Chanvatanak
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ELECTRONIC THESES AND DISSERTATIONS (ETDs) AND PUBLICATION ETHICS: A JOURNAL MANAGER’S PERSPECTIVE Gunawan, Joko
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