Tarigan, Emiliana
Fakultas Ilmu Kesehatan Universitas Katolik Musi Charitas

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PENGALAMAN SPIRITUALITAS DOA PASIEN HIV/AIDS DI RSUD SAWERIGADING PALOPO DENGAN PENDEKATAN TEORI CALISTA ROY Sugiyanto, Sugiyanto; Tarigan, Emiliana; Kusumaningsih, Indriati
Jurnal Kesehatan Saelmakers PERDANA (JKSP) Vol 1 No 2 (2018): Jurnal Kesehatan saelmakers perdana
Publisher : Fakultas Ilmu Kesehatan Universitas Katolik Musi Charitas

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (609.771 KB) | DOI: 10.32524/jksp.v1i2.386

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When a person has been diagnosed with HIV/AIDS, he will experience changes in his life such as changes in behavior, social change, and psychological changes. These changes can be a mental pressure or psychological stressors for people with HIV/AIDS. Conditions like this, people with HIV / AIDS need a lot of support, one of which is the support of spirituality. Spirituality and praying aspects may not be separated from human life, either in health or unhealthy/ill condition.  Closely, it is correlated with treatment process for patient with HIV/AIDS. The aim of research is to discovering spirituality and praying experience to patient with HIV/AIDS with the approach of the Calista Roy Nursing Theory. This research design is qualitative with phenomenology approach. Four participants had participated in this research by telling his/her related with spirituality and praying experience. Data collection conducted using of indeepth interview and using aid tool of interview guide, field research/notes, and document study. The data analyze using both Collaizi (1978) and software of QSR Nvivo. This research result reveals seven (7) themes those are: (1) sorrow process of HIV/AIDS patient; (2) family support to HIV/AIDS  patient; (3) HIV/AIDS  value against sufferer; (4) method of approaching God (5) essence of praying for HIV/AIDS  sufferer; (6) life wishing/acceptance, and (7) nursery service wish. This research recommend for further research related with  gender variance, increasing of service quality of nursery holistically and spiritual aspect more specifically as well as to grow caring attitude to implement  nursery to patient. Keyword: Spiritual, Praying, HIV/AIDS, Calista Roy Nursing Theory
Effect of Nursing Training on Improving Knowledge, Skills, and Attitudes of Clinical Nurses Sudiarta, I Ketut; Tarigan, Emiliana; Supardi, Sudibyo
Indonesian Journal of Health Research Vol 2 No 1 (2019): April 2019
Publisher : Sekolah Tinggi Ilmu Kesehatan Jembrana

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32805/ijhr.2019.2.1.42

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Introduction. Clinical nurses are competent with good knowledge, skills and attitudes. These efforts are carried out through integrated training adaptation of the concept of Patricia Benner's From Novice to Expert . The study aims to determine the effect of nursing training on increasing knowledge, skills and attitudes. Methods. This research is a quantitative research with a quasy experiment design, using a non-randomized control group pretest and posttest design. The research sample amounted to 100 people, divided into two groups, namely the intervention and control groups with the same number. The study was conducted for 12 weeks. Results. The results of bivariate analysis with a mean score of posttest 97.20, increased 21.6%, knowledge was statistically significant with p = 0.000. the posttest skills average score was 92.96, increased by 23.92%, the skills were statistically significant with p = 0.000 and posttest 50.06 attitude average, increased by 6.44%, statistically significant with p = 0.000, there was the influence of nursing training on increasing clinical nurses' knowledge, skills and attitudes . The results of the multivariate analysis of nursing training were statistically significant for the increase in clinical nurses' knowledge (p = 0.000), having the possibility of knowledge increasing 10 times, increasing skills statistically meaningful (p = 0.000), having the possibility of skills increasing by 1.4 times and statistically significant attitudes (p = 0.000), has the possibility of an increase in attitude 0.8 times compared to not getting training, no confounding variables are affected. Conclusion. Knowledge, skills and attitudes are influenced by nursing training from material aspects, methods, facilities, instructors and post-training evaluation methods. Thus to achieve the optimal quality of knowledge, skills and attitudes, it is recommended to provide assistance, supervision, assistance and guidance in an integrated manner.