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Aspek Psikiatrik pada Kekerasan Terhadap Tenaga Kerja Wanita Surilena, Surilena; Stefanus, Mario
Jurnal Kedokteran Meditek vol. 13 no. 33 Januari-April 2005
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The Indonesian women labors who work abroad are prone to many kinds of violence. Many problems can occur to Indonesian Women Labors from mild to severe mental disorder. The Indonesian women labors bring income to Indonesia, that is why sending the women labors bring pros and contras in the Indonesian community. Violence againts the women labors can cause mental disorders. Mental disorders that can happen are Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, mild te severe depresion, anxiety disorder, alcogolic and drug abuse, acute psychotic disorder, and suicide.Key words : women labors - psychiatry aspects
Pengaruh Musik Klasik pada Kecerdasan Anak Surilena, Surilena
Jurnal Kedokteran Meditek vol. 15 no. 39 Januari-April 2007
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Aspek Psikiatrik pada Pasien Luka Bakar dan Penatalaksanannya Surilena, Surilena
Jurnal Kedokteran Meditek vol. 12 no. 32 September-Desember 2004
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                  Throughout history as well as in literature, the devastating effects of fire burn on man and property have created both fear and respect for this element. Major burn in one of most severe trauma a person can experience, with devasting effects on the skin, the largest organ in the body. Burn injury is one of the leading causes of trauma death and one of thirty leading causes worldwide of loss of life years due to premature mortality and years with disability. The impact of burn injury on pantients not only occurred on physical aspect, but also on psychiatric aspect that link back to the traumatic stress and permanent damage that occur to their body either in terms of their body function or cosmetically. Psychiatric problems that are often suffered after the physical injury can be mood disorder and anxiety disorder (Post traumatic syndrome disorders, simple phobia, social phobia and Somatoform disorder). As a clinician seeing the scars of burn patients are sometimes struck by the fact that some individuals with severe objective handicaps manage their lives well, while others with only minor residual damage experience a dramatic impact on their life situatian
Family support is not a risk factor of negative self-esteem in HIV/AIDS women Valeria, Jean; Surilena, Surilena; Budiman, Yanto; Djauzi, Samsuridjal; Indah, Haridana
Universa Medicina Vol 34, No 1 (2015)
Publisher : Faculty of Medicine, Trisakti University

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BACKGROUND Women with HIV/AIDS (WLWHA) have a complex psychosocial burden and a tendency to negative self-esteem, possibly resulting in mental and emotional problems. They need family support to deal with the HIV/AIDS infection and its psychosocial burden. The purpose of this study was to determine chacteristics of family support, self-esteem, and depression of WLWHA and the relationship between family support and self-esteem and depression. METHOD This was a cross-sectional study of 99 WLWHA infected through their husbands/partners, with no history of drug abuse. The data was taken by a consecutive sampling of two proportions test at Dharmais Cancer Hospital from November 2013 – January 2014. The instruments comprised a demographic questionnaire, the Rosenberg Self-Esteem questionnaire, the Hamilton Depression Rating Scale (HDRS), and a family support questionnaire. The data was analyzed by binary logistic regression. RESULTS There were 99 respondents with mean age of 36 years, of whom 44.4% were high school graduates, 54.5% unemployed, and 91.9% had HIV/ AIDS for more than a year. Binary logistic regression analysis showed no significant relationship between family support and self-esteem (p=0.700) and depression (p=0.396). Good family support has a protective effect of 1.3 times (OR=0.772; 95%CI: 0.138-3.770) towards increasing self-esteem, whereas poor family support increases the risk of depression 1.5 times (OR=1.477; 95%CI: 0.598-3.645) in WLWHA infected with HIV/AIDS from their husband/partner. CONCLUSIONS Good family support tend to have a protective effect towards increasing self-esteem, whereas poor family support increases the risk of depression in WLWHA infected with HIV/AIDS from their husband/partner.
Knowledge of HIV-AIDS a dominant factor of antiretroviral therapeutic adherence in women with HIV-AIDS Surilena, Surilena; Valeria, Jean
Universa Medicina Vol 34, No 2 (2015)
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BackgroundAntiretroviral therapy adherence (ART adherence) is a factor significantly extending life expectancy of people living with HIV/AIDS. The objective of this study was determine several factors on ART adherence in women infected with HIV/AIDS. MethodsA cross-sectional study involving 99 women with HIV/AIDS who were infected through their sexual partner or spouse was conducted in Dharmais Hospital between March and August 2014. The instruments used were demographic and self-esteem questionnaires, Hamilton rating scale for depression, Hamilton rating scale for anxiety, knowledge, perception of ART benefits and limitations, family support, peer support as well as assessment of ART adherence. The knowledge questionnaire has been validated with Cronbach’s alpha = 0.823. Data were analyzed using Chi-Square test and multivariate logistic regression. ResultsA total of 99 women with HIV/AIDS participated in the study, with an age range of 30- 60 years and mean age of 36 ± 3.72 years. A total of 57.58% of participants showed poor ART adherence. Multivariate logistic regression analysis showed that knowledge, ART side effects, depression, peer support and ARV availability significantly affected ART adherence (p<0.05). The most dominant factor affecting ART adherence was knowledge, with OR = 64.02 (95% CI 4.99-670.12). ConclusionWith good knowledge about HIV/AIDS infection, ART benefits, and possible ARV side effects, women living with HIV/AIDS are expected to carry out ART adherence according to the recommended rules.
PERANAN INTENSITAS NYERI TERHADAP ASPEK PSIKOLOGIS PENDERITA NYERI NEUROMUSKULOSKELETAL KRONIS NON KANKER RUMAH SAKIT ATMA JAYA Saulata, Hendro; Barus, Jimmy; Surilena, Surilena
Callosum Neurology Vol 2 No 2 (2019): Callosum Neurology Journal
Publisher : The Indonesia Neurological Association Branch of Denpasar

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Latar Belakang: Nyeri kronis dapat menimbulkan dampak psikologis (depresi, cemas, dan stres) yang memengaruhi kualitas hidup. Tujuan penelitian ini untuk mendapatkan hubungan antara intensitas nyeri dengan depresi, cemas, dan stres pada penderita nyeri neuromuskuloskeletal kronis di Rumah Sakit Atma Jaya Jakarta. Metode: Desain penelitian ini adalah deskriptif analitik dengan data sekunder dari Pain Registry, Departemen. Neurologi FKUAJ. Instrumen penelitian adalah kuesioner demografi, intensitas nyeri, dan DASS (Depression Anxiety Stress Scale). Intensitas nyeri dibagi dalam 2 kategori, yaitu nyeri saat ini (IN1), dan rata – rata nyeri dalam seminggu (IN2). Hasil: Hasil penelitian terhadap 85 penderita nyeri neuromuskuloskeletal kronis didapatkan 63,5% depresi, 78,8% cemas, dan 70,6% stres. Analisis bivariat menunjukan adanya hubungan bermakna antara usia dengan depresi dan cemas (OR=3,67; 95% CI 1,39-9,64; OR=2,94; 95% CI 1,00-8,62). Penelitian ini juga menunjukan adanya hubungan bermakna antara IN1 dengan depresi (OR=15,4; 95% CI 1,80-132,72), antara IN1 dan IN2 dengan cemas (OR=42; 95% CI 4,699-375,413; OR=3,69; 95% CI 1,25-10,90), dan antara IN1 dengan stres (OR=4,75; 95% CI 1,04-21,70). Kesimpulan: Penelitian ini menunjukkan bahwa terdapat hubungan bermakna antara berbagai kategori intensitas nyeri dengan depresi, cemas, dan stres pada pasien nyeri neuromuskuloskeletal kronis di Rumah Sakit Atma Jaya. Kata Kunci: Intensitas Nyeri, Aspek Psikologis, Nyeri Neuromuskuloskeletal
ASPEK PSIKIATRIK PADA PASIEN LUKA BAKAR DAN PENATALAKSANANNYA Surilena, Surilena
Jurnal Kedokteran Meditek vol. 12 no. 32 September-Desember 2004
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.36452/jkdoktmeditek.v12i32.146

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                  Throughout history as well as in literature, the devastating effects of fire burn on man and property have created both fear and respect for this element. Major burn in one of most severe trauma a person can experience, with devasting effects on the skin, the largest organ in the body. Burn injury is one of the leading causes of trauma death and one of thirty leading causes worldwide of loss of life years due to premature mortality and years with disability. The impact of burn injury on pantients not only occurred on physical aspect, but also on psychiatric aspect that link back to the traumatic stress and permanent damage that occur to their body either in terms of their body function or cosmetically. Psychiatric problems that are often suffered after the physical injury can be mood disorder and anxiety disorder (Post traumatic syndrome disorders, simple phobia, social phobia and Somatoform disorder). As a clinician seeing the scars of burn patients are sometimes struck by the fact that some individuals with severe objective handicaps manage their lives well, while others with only minor residual damage experience a dramatic impact on their life situatian
ASPEK PSIKIATRIK PADA KEKERASAN TERHADAP TENAGA KERJA WANITA Surilena, Surilena; Stefanus, Mario
Jurnal Kedokteran Meditek vol. 13 no. 33 Januari-April 2005
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.36452/jkdoktmeditek.v13i33.149

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The Indonesian women labors who work abroad are prone to many kinds of violence. Many problems can occur to Indonesian Women Labors from mild to severe mental disorder. The Indonesian women labors bring income to Indonesia, that is why sending the women labors bring pros and contras in the Indonesian community. Violence againts the women labors can cause mental disorders. Mental disorders that can happen are Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, mild te severe depresion, anxiety disorder, alcogolic and drug abuse, acute psychotic disorder, and suicide.Key words : women labors - psychiatry aspects
PENGARUH MUSIK KLASIK PADA KECERDASAN ANAK Surilena, Surilena
Jurnal Kedokteran Meditek vol. 15 no. 39 Januari-April 2007
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.36452/jkdoktmeditek.v15i39.188

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HUBUNGAN ADIKSI ONLINE GAME DENGAN MOTIVASI BELAJAR PADA SISWA SEKOLAH MENENGAH PERTAMA DI JAKARTA UTARA Octavia, Gladys Jane; Surilena, Surilena; Gustiawan, Erfen
Bahasa Indonesia Vol 19 No 2 (2020): Damianus : Journal of Medicine
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Introduction: Online game addiction is a disorder with uncontrolable behavioral when playing online games. The academic achievement may decrease and has been negatively affected due to lack of learning motivation. The purpose of this study was to explore the relation between online game addiction and learning motivation among junior high school students in north Jakarta.Methods: A cross-sectional study was conducted in 1,474 junior high school students by filling in the questionnaire, consisting of the Indonesian Online Game Addiction Questionnaire (IOGAQ) and the Motivation Learning Strategy Questionnaire (MSLQ). The inclusion criteria were all junior high school (SMP) class I to class III in Kelurahan Penjaringan, North Jakarta. The exclusion criteria were students who did not signed the consent form. Bivariate test and multivariate logistic regression test were performed to analyze data.Results: From 1,474 respondents, most of them (52.5%) were aged 14 years old and girls (37.8%). The addiction to online game was more prevalent in boys (90.1%) and girls (79.1%), mostly (87.3%) in grade 1 junior high school. The respondents with online game addiction often played online games ≥4 days/week (95%), with the duration of playing online games on school days (95.5%) or holidays (94.2%) was >4hours/day. The types of online games played was role playing games (85.8%) using a portable tool (94,8%). The learning motivation was low (86.3%). Interestingly, bivariate analysis showed no significant relationship between online game addiction and learning motivation (p≥0.05).Conclusion: There is no significant relation between online game addiction and learning motivation. However, online game addiction need to be closely monitored as this may impact the learning motivation.