Comisiones Científicas para el bienio 2022-2024
The perspective of the World of Education due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Haeril Amir Invited Editor
Talking about COVID-19 seems to have no end, as it has various impacts. Its impacts are not only on the health sector but also on the education sector (1). Indonesia also experiences various educational policy adjustments due to the COVID-19 pandemic (2), from school holidays to distance learning or online learning (3). These policies are applied at schools and universities not without obstacles, but the application of these policies is the best choice to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Smartphone Effect Against Students Psychosocial Changes in Kebumen Regency, Central Java, Indonesia.
Ike Mardiati Agustin, Anton Aji Pangestu, Siti Mutoharoh, Irmawan Andri Nugroho, Muhammad Iqbal
Objective: The purpose of this study was to understand the psychosocial changes in students due to smartphone use in Kebumen Regency, Central Java, Indonesia in 2021. Methods: This study was qualitative research with a phenomenological approach. The sampling technique was purposive sampling, with a total of 5 participants who used smartphones. Data analysis was conducted using qualitative analysis. Demographic data was performed descriptively. Quantitative data was obtained through dept interviews with respondents.
Implementation of nurse knowledge about handover with situation, background, assessment, and recommendation technique.
Zulkifli, Herni Sulastien, Gusti Ayu Sripujawarnis Wijayanti, Dewi Purnamawati, Aan Dwi Sentana
Introduction: Error due to the conveyance of handover during shift change will result in a decrease in service quality indicators, especially patient safety in a hospital. Poor communication is a contributing factor to the cause of injury. One form of nurse communication is a handover. Handover is a technique of conveying and receiving information related to the conditions of patients. Gaps in communication in the handover process were found. It is considered that around 45.5 % of the implementing nurses at the Regional General Hospital of Mataram do not maximize the form of handover implementation with the SBAR technique.
An overview of working mothers with children with online schooling during the COVID-19 pandemic in Riau Province. Bayu Azhar, Gita Adelia,
Eka Malfasari, Ifon Driposwana Putra, Afrida Sriyani Harahap, Ulfa Hasana, M. Zul’irfan, Haeril Amir
Objective: COVID-19 means Crown in Latin, COVID-19 is a type of virus that first spread in the city of Wuhan, China, and has spread throughout the world. This virus has an impact on all sectors namely the Economy, Health, and Education. This study aimed to determine the effect of school from home on working mothers during the COVID-19 pandemic in Riau Province, Indonesia.
Measuring the Learning Model’s Effectiveness in the Medical Surgical Nursing course.
Enni Juliani, Rusmono, Murni Winarsih
Objective: Learning process activities should be carried out in a deliberate and systematic effort to achieve learning goals in the cognitive, affective, and psychomotor domains by changes in attitudes and behavior. When the learning process is well-executed, good learning objectives can be achieved. It is vital to have a good learning design to achieve a good learning process. The aim of this study was to create a detailed, methodical, and accurate description of the facts, qualities, and relationships between the phenomena being studied.
What are the reasons for choosing traditional medicine over conventional medicine? A qualitative study.
Eza Kemal Firdaus, Tati Hardiyani, Jony Francisco Dos Santos Silva, Haeril Amir
Objective: This study aims to describe the participants’ reasons for choosing traditional medicine over
conventional medicine. Methods: This study uses a qualitative design with a phenomenological study design approach. Data collection was carried out by in-depth interviews with the samples selected via purposive sampling. Result: This study found three themes related to reasons for choosing traditional medicine over conventional medicine, which included doubts about conventional medicine, the factors, and the values of traditional medicine.
Adverse events following immunization with COVID-19 vaccines.
Sajodin, Riandi Alfin, Heru Parno Mulyadi, Anggriyana Tri Widianti, Perla Yualita, Iyep Dede Supriyatna
Objective: The purpose of this study was to identify Post-Vaccination Adverse Events (PVAE) with Moderna vaccine, locally systemically, and other reactions. Methods: A quantitative descriptive research method with a retrospective approach was used in this study. The study was carried out at RSUD Cicalengka Bandung with a population of employees who had received the Moderna vaccine after two complete doses of Sinovac from August to September 2021. Purposive sampling was used, with a total of 162 respondents calculated using the Yamane formula.
Effectiveness of self-acupressure interactive modules as a learning resource in reducing pruritus in hemodialysis patients.
Yuanita Panma, Hertuida Clara, Siti Nurhayati
Introduction: The prevalence of pruritus in hemodialysis patients is relatively high due to the impact of chronic renal failure. Numerous studies have examined uremic pruritus and acupressure. Patients can learn self-acupressure to relieve pruritus by using an interactive module. Objective: To determine the effectiveness of the self-acupressure interactive module as a learning source in relieving pruritus.
Factors influencing the incidence of premature rupture of membranes in Probolinggo District.
Muthmainnah Zakiyyah, Stefanus Supriyanto, Ratna Dwi Wulandari, Tutik Ekasari
Introduction: Premature rupture of membranes (PROM) is the rupture of the amniotic membranes before there are signs of labour. Objective: This Study aims to analyze the factors that influence the premature rupture of membranes. Methods: This research is analytic research with a cross-sectional design. The research was conducted in Probolinggo Regency. The population is all mothers giving birth in Probolinggo Regency in June – August 2021 as many as 90 people. The sampling technique uses total sampling. Sample: all mothers giving birth in Probolinggo Regency in June – August 2021 as many as 90 people. Bivariate data analysis with Chi-Square and multivariate logistic regression.
Condition of the house physical environment on the incidence of acute respiratory infections in toddlers in Sumbawa, Indonesia.
Iga Maliga, Herni Hasifah, Rafi’ah, Ana Lestari, Nur Arifatus Sholihah, Abdul Hamid
Objective: The objective was to examine the relationship between the state of the home’s physical environment and the incidence of acute respiratory tract infections (ARI) in toddlers in the working area of the North Moyo Health Center in Sumbawa Regency, Indonesia. Methods: The research design employed is a case-control design with an analytic survey method and a retrospective methodology. This case research focuses on families with a child (age 1- <5 years). ARI victims in the last month at the interview, whereas the control on families with an infant (1- <5 years) who has not suffered from ARI in the past month.
Human Immunodeficiency Virus management in pregnant women at Kupang City Hospital East Nusa Tenggara.
Tirza Vivianri Isabela Tabelak, Firda Kalzum Kiah, Adriana M.S. Boimau, Serlyansie V. Boimau, Florentianus Tat, Nurlaelah Al-Tadom
Introduction: Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV), syphilis, and hepatitis B are sexually transmitted infections (STIs) that can pass from pregnant women to their babies. Transmission of HIV, syphilis, and Hepatitis B to children from mothers’ results in morbidity, disability, and death. Indonesia has adopted the Prevention of Mother-to-Child Transmission (PMTCT) as a national policy, following a voluntary counseling and testing approach.
Bullying among nursing students during clinical practice.
Eka Malfasari, Rizka Febtrina, Angga Arfina, Bayu Azhar, Candra Saputra, Gita Adelia, M. Zul’irfan, Violita Dianatha Puteri
Objective: Bullying behavior that occurs in the educational environment, such as insulting, giving a bad nickname, slandering, terrorizing, and others. Bullying is disturbing behavior that causes mental damage to its victims. This study aims to describe the occurrences of bullying among nursing students in Pekanbaru, Indonesia.
Effect of Yoga on Anxiety of Pregnant Women in Bali.
Pande Ayu Naya Kasih Permatananda, Putu Asih Primatanti, Puteri Litha Satyarini
Objective: Anxiety is an obscure and pervasive concern, related to feelings of uncertainty and helplessness. Anxiety can be caused by certain circumstances. One condition that can cause anxiety is pregnancy. During pregnancy, mothers will experience changes in physical and psychological. Anxiety in pregnancy will have adversely affected the physical and psychological state of the mother and fetus. Yoga is one of the recommended exercises for reducing anxiety during pregnancy. The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of yoga on anxiety levels of third-trimester pregnant women at the Bumi Sehat Foundation Clinic.
Nurses’ Turnover Intentions in Private Hospitals: A Narrative Study.
Monika Steffi Novia Sabatini, Luky Dwiantoro, Nur Setiawati Dewi
Objective: This study aims to analyze the problems often faced by nurses with a holistic approach to identifying the main motivations or reasons why nursing staff intends to move from the hospital where they work. Methods: This research was conducted by using a qualitative method with a narrative study approach using semi-structured interviews where one participant will be given guideline questions and 8 responsive assessments that will be given to respondents where the assessment has previously gone through the expert test stage.