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RELIABILITY AND VALIDITY TEST OF THE INDONESIAN VERSION OF THE HAMILTON ANXIETY RATING SCALE (HAM-A) TO MEASURE WORK-RELATED STRESS IN NURSING Ramdan, Iwan Muhamad
Jurnal Ners Vol 14, No 1 (2019): APRIL 2019
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Introduction: Specific work characteristics have placed nurses as one of the professions with a high level of work-related stress. If not managed properly, work-related stress can cause adverse effects. Signs of stress can be seen in people's behavior, thinking or physical symptoms. One of a subjective measurement tool that is widely used to measure work-related stress is the Hamilton Anxiety Rating Scale (HAM-A), however, the literature that discusses the results of the HAM-A translation, validity and reliability test in the nurse profession is still limited. This study aims to translate HAM-A into the Indonesian version, then test its validity and reliability in nurses.Methods: A Cross-sectional study with stratified random sampling method was conducted on 98 nurses from July to August 2018. The English version of HAM-A consists of 14 items has been a translation into Indonesian version. Pearson Product Moment Correlation was used to evaluate the construct validity and Cronbach's alpha scores were used to assess the internal consistency reliability of the Indonesian version of HAM-A.Results: Item construct validity based on the Pearson correlation ranged from 0.529 to 0.727,  Cronbach?s alpha reliability was obtained at 0.756.Conclusion:The Indonesian version of the HAM-A fulfills the criteria of a reliable (fair acceptable criteria) and valid (good criteria) assessment tool to assess the work-related stress in the nursing profession. 
FACTORS CORRELATED TO JOB STRESS AMONG ICU NURSES IN SURABAYA INDONESIA Dewi, Yulis Setiya; Hargono, Rachmat; Rusdi, Ainur
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Introduction: Job stress is a major barrier to the attainment of safety, health, andwellness among nurses. Understanding factors job stress among nurses is veryimportant to provide alternatives solution to ease the stress in the future. However,there are limited studies with respect to factors related to stress in Intensive CareUnit (ICU) nurses particularly in Indonesian context. This study aimed to identifyfactors correlated to job stress among ICU nurse in three public hospitals.Methods: A correlational study was carried on ICU nurses who hands-on ICUnursing care. Data were collected using questionnaires. Descriptive statistic andSpearman correlation were used to analyze the correlation between perceived jobburden, working condition, quality of nursing work life, perceived organizationalsupport, and stress among ICU nurses.Results: A total of 91 respondents (32 male and 59 female) were involved to thestudy comprises of two different educational backgrounds (59 Diploma III and 32Bachelor degree). The statistical analysis using Pearson correlation found thatworkload (0.003), working condition (0.000), quality of nursing work life (0.000),perceived organizational support (0.000) significantly correlated to job stressamong ICU nurses.Conclusion: All studied factors correlated to job stress among ICU nurses. Allfactors had moderate correlation with nurses? job stress and working condition hashighest strong correlation compare to the other factors. Its implies from the resultthat management of the hospital may provide more attention to job stress amongnurses to maintain optimum performance to provide nursing care for patientsparticularly critically ill patients in ICU.
EFFORT TO PREVENT ANAEMIA DURING MENSTRUATION AMONG FEMALE ADOLESCENT IN ISLAMIC BOARDING SCHOOL Yunitasari, Esti; Rachmawati, Praba Diyan; Lestari, Desy Indah Nur
Jurnal Ners Vol 14, No 1 (2019): APRIL 2019
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Introduction: Female adolescents are generally prone to be infected by anaemiadue to the growing menstruation cycle which causes the loss of bloods insignificant amount every month and the needs of ferrum substance can bedoubled. The aimed of the research was to analyse factors related to the effort ofanaemia prevention during menstruation among female adolescents in Islamicboarding school.Methods: This research applied correlational descriptive design through theapproach of cross-sectional study. Total samples were 214 female students in 3Islamic boarding schools with criteria of female students aged 11-20 years oldand had experienced menstruation. Sample obtained by random sampling.Independent variables were knowledge, attitude, friends support, health facility,health efforts, and dependent variables was the efforts to prevention anaemia.Data obtained by questionnaire and analyzed by Spearman Rho with significancelevel ?,0.005Results: The result showed significant correlation between knowledge (p=0.000;r=0.318). attitude (p=0.001; r=0.232). friends support (p=0.003; r=0.203). health facility (p=0.000; r=0.260). and health efforts (p=0.001; r=0.227) on prevention effort of anaemia on adolescents female menstruation in Islamic boarding school.Conclusion: Level of knowledge, posstive attitude, friends support, health facility,and health efforts can prevent anemia during menstruation. 
THE ASSOCIATION OF BODY MASS INDEX, PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND HYPERTENSION IN INDONESIA Mahiroh, Hodimatum; Astutik, Erni; Pratama, Rochmad Ardiansyah
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Introduction: Hypertension can cause cardiovascular disease, and it is still aserious global problem. The Prevalence of hypertension has increased every year.Some of the factors associated with hypertension are obesity and physical activity.The prevalence of obesity has increased every year, and many people have lowerlevels of physical activity. This study aims to analyse the correlation between BodyMass Index (BMI), physical activity and hypertension in Indonesia.Methods: This study used a cross-sectional study design using secondary datafrom the Indonesia Family Life Survey 5 (IFLS5) conducted in 2014 - 2015. Thesample consisted of individuals in the households interviewed and 26,472Respondents fulfilled the criteria. The data were analysed using multivariate logisticregression.Results: The results showed that most of the respondents were of productive age.More than half of the respondents were female (52.05%). The respondents whoHad hypertension totalled 22.63 %. After being controlled by the covariatevariables, the results showed that the obese respondents had 4.08 times higherodds of experiencing hypertension compared to the normal respondents (AOR=4.08, 95% CI = 3.68-4.53, p-value = 0.000) and that the respondents who wereoverweight were 2.49 times likely to get hypertension compared to therespondents who were normal (AOR = 2.49, 95% CI = 2.32-2.67, p-value = 0.000).Meanwhile, the respondents with an underweight BMI were 0.58 times more likelyto have hypertension compared to the respondents who were normal (AOR = 0.58,95% CI = 0.52-0.65, p-value = 0.000).Conclusion: Individuals with a higher BMI will be more at risk of hypertensionWhile physical activity is not related to hypertension. The government and healthservices need to increase the promotion of a healthy lifestyle, exceptionally robustdiet programs, to encourage the population to maintain ideal body weight andto reduce the rate of hypertension.
THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PARTNER SUPPORT AND INTERDIALYTIC WEIGHT GAIN (IDWG) HEMODIALYSIS PATIENT Mundakir, Mundakir; Fadlilah, Nur; Sumara, Retno; Asri, Asri; Wulandari, Yuanita
Jurnal Ners Vol 14, No 2 (2019): OCTOBER 2019
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Introduction: Patients undergoing hemodialysis experience an influence in terms of the biological, psychological, social and spiritual problems that they encounter. In particular, there are biological aspects that affect weight gain between dialysis sessions. In terms of the psychological aspect, there is an influence on emotional vulnerability, such as anxiety, fear and despair. They need family support, especially as part of a couple. This study aimed to determine the relationship between partner support and IDWG in hemodialysis patients.Methods: This study used a descriptive cross-sectional design. The population consisted of 60 hemodialyzed people. The sample was recruited using purposive sampling, resulting in 42 respondents who met the inclusion criteria. The study was conducted in a Private Hospital in Surabaya. The independent variable was partner support and the dependent variable was the IDWG in the hemodialysis patient. The data was collected through a questionnaire and it was analyzed using the Spearman test.Results: The results show that there was a relationship between partner support and IDWG hemodialysis patients with p = 0.025 (? ?0.05).Conclusion: Good partner support reduces the low IDWG in hemodialysis patients. Therefore, determining the level of family support especially that given by a partner of a IDWG hemodialysis patients will positively support better IDWG hemodialysis patients, thus preventing them from the potential side effects of IDWG such as hypotension, muscle cramps, shortness of breath and cardiovascular problems. 
FAMILY SUPPORT REQUIRED TO INCREASE COMPLIANCE OF MEDICAL CONTROL OF PATIENTS WITH CANCERS Yaner, Nurul Ramadhani; Sukartini, Tintin; Kristiawati, Kristiawati; Maulana, M Ruli
Jurnal Ners Vol 14, No 3(si) (2019): The 10th International Nursing Conference | April 6-7, 2019, Surabaya, Indo
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Introduction: Long and burdening therapeutic treatments of patients with cancers require social support in order to encourage patient?s medical compliance. Family support helps patients remain positive during their treatments so that they can develop physical and psychological fulfillment. This research identifies the correlation between family?s support and the rate of compliance of medical control of patients with cancer.Methods: The design was cross-sectional. The population was 60 patients with cancers who were undertaking treatment and 36 respondents were drawn by using a consecutive sampling technique. The independent variable is family support, while the dependent variable is the rate of compliance of patients with cancers in maintaining their medical control. The data was collected using questionnaires adopted from MMAS-8 (Medication Morisky Adherence Scale) and analyzed by using Chi Square with a significance rate of ? ? 0.05.Results: The results indicated that the correlation between family?s support and the rate of medical compliance resulted in p=0.006.Conclusion: Supportive family support is very important in the successful treatment of cancer patients, because the family is closest to the patient, they live together, and also they have the opportunity to meet the needs of cancer patients.
EFFECTIVENESS OF PHYSICAL EXERCISE ON THE GLYCEMIC CONTROL OF TYPE 2 DIABETES MELLITUS PATIENTS: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW Kurniawati, Yulia; Baridah, Hurin?in Aisy; Kusumawati, Made Dian; Wabula, Irfan
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Introduction: Type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM) is one of the main causes of increasing global health morbidity and mortality for diabetes cases. Increasing the glycemic control in patients with T2DM is not enough if it is only treated with anti-hyperglycemic drugs. Physical exercise is an activity that is planned, structured and carried out to improve health or physical fitness and it is an effective way to improve glycemic control. The aim of this study was to search and review the research on effectiveness of physical exercise on glycemic control in T2DM.Methods: We searched the scientific literature on T2DM and physical exercise in the ScienceDirect, ProQuest, Scopus, Ebsco and Pubmed databases for original research studies and then we reviewed them systematically. Of the 1145 articles retrieved, 14 studies were obtained by the PRISMA (Preferred Reporting Items for Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analyses) methodResults: Aerobic physical exercise improved the glycemic control of T2DM and it was widely used and significant for glycemic control. The schedule of 3 times a week for 60 minutes per session over 2 months was widely used and significant when it came to reducing blood glucose and hemoglobin A1c (HbA1c).Conclusion: This systematic review could be used as evidence when carrying out aerobic physical exercise interventions for the purpose of glycemic control.
EVALUATION OF CLINICAL NURSING PRACTICE PROGRAMME WITH PRECEPTORSHIP SUPERVISION (STAKE’S COUNTENANCE EVALUATION MODEL) Anwar, Syamsul; Supriyati, Yetti; Tola, Burhanuddin
Jurnal Ners Vol 14, No 1 (2019): APRIL 2019
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Introduction: Preceptorship is clinical education for nursing students by conducting constructive partnerships between nurse educators and practitioners. Therefore, the purpose of this study was to find out the effectiveness of the preceptorship programme using the Stake Model Evaluation Programme in terms of aspects antecedents, transactions, outcomes and behaviours.Methods: This study uses descriptive design with quantitative and qualitative approaches. The sample consists of 131 students, 22 clinical preceptors and 22 academic preceptors. The quantitative data were collected using questionnaires, observation and document studies. Qualitative study was conducted using an interview. Descriptive analysis uses mean, standard deviation, percentage, frequency distribution and qualitative analysis using a content analysis.Results: The study evaluation found that at antecedent stage. About 68.2% to 90.9% clinical preceptors had a good preparation on the student preparation stages as perceived by the academic preceptor and preceptee. While in the stage of transaction, preceptors are able to teach nursing care and students to perform nursing care from simple to complex in accordance with the competencies achieved.  Only less than half (45.5%) of students had good implementation of nursing care, including assessment, diagnosis, planning, implementation and evaluation.  However, more than 68% of them showed good professional attitudes and communication. The outcome phase obtained consistency in the result of the practice phase with the national competency test with value from 76.2% to 97.4%.Conclusion: The majority of the antecedent, transaction stage, and outcome showed an average condition which requires an improvement in order to provide a good quality education programme. Future studies may also need to design an alternative approach for students? supervision in clinic.
RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE APPLICATION OF A FULL DAY SCHOOL SYSTEM AND STRESS LEVELS IN JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL Heru, Maulidiyah Junnatul Azizah; Jatimi, Atika; Fiddaroini, Fakhrun Nisa; Syamsudin, Achmad
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Introduction: This research presents the relationship between the schools which implemented full day school and which did not apply the full day school to the level of stress students in junior high schools. This was influenced by the existence of regional autonomy as part of government policy and orientation toward quality education institutions.Methods: This research used a quantitative correlational approach to obtain the significance of the relationship between the variables examined.  The sampling technique used  purposive sampling, with samples of 37 students for a group of cases and 37 students to control groups. Data analysis was conducted using the Kolmogorov Smirnov test.Results: The results showed that in the case group there were 83.78 experiencing mild stress and 16.22 experiencing moderate stress, while in the control group there were 89.19 experiencing mild stress, and 10.81 experiencing moderate stress with P- value 0.000 (<0.05).Conclusion: The conclusion of this study is that more moderate stress levels are found in students who apply the Full Day School System in Junior High School.
THE EFFECTIVENESS OF PRONE AND SUPINE NESTING POSITIONS ON CHANGES OF OXYGEN SATURATION AND WEIGHT IN PREMATURE BABIES Prawesti, Ayu; Emaliyawati, Etika; Mirwanti, Ristina; Nuraeni, Aan
Jurnal Ners Vol 14, No 2 (2019): OCTOBER 2019
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Introduction: Stress experienced by the baby will affect the body?s function by increasing the body?s metabolism. Nesting is used to reduce stress in premature babies. Nesting can be done in a supine or prone position. Few studies have examined the effects of body position on body weight and oxygen saturation. The objective of the study was to determine the difference in oxygen saturation and weight change on the use of nesting in the prone and supine positions in premature babies.Methods: The research used a quasi-experimental design. The sample consisted of 30 premature babies, which was obtained using a consecutive sample technique. The independent variables were nesting positioning (supine and prone), and the dependent variables were oxygen saturation and body weight. The data of oxygen saturation and the baby?s weight were collected using pulse oximetry; the baby?s weight scale used observation sheets. The data was analysed using the t-test, Wilcoxon Sign Ranks Test, and Mann Whitney U Test.Results: The results showed that there was a difference in oxygen saturation before and after the use of nesting in the supine (p=0.001) and prone position (p=0.000). There was a weight difference before and after the use of nesting in both supine (p=0.000) and prone position (p=0.000). There was no difference in oxygen saturation value and infant weight, before or after, between the supine position and the prone position (p=0.18; p=0.9).Conclusion: The use of nesting in both positions (supine or prone) can increase oxygen saturation and infant weight. Researchers recommend the use of nesting with supine or prone positions routinely in premature babies.

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