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The Influence of Supervision on the Performance of Associate Nurse in Hospitals : a Literature Review Munawar, Munawar; Saleh, Ariyanti; Rachmawaty, Rini
Journal Of Nursing Practice Vol 2 No 2 (2019): Journal Of Nursing Practice
Publisher : Institut Ilmu Kesehatan STRADA Indonesia

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Background: Various efforts are made to maintain and improve the quality of nursing services, one of which is to carry out nursing care according to the standards of nursing practice safely, effectively and ethically. To maintain quality, it is necessary to control nursing care in a directed and planned manner. One of the controls in nursing management is supervision. Purpose: The purpose of this literature study is to identify the effectiveness of the implementation of supervision on the performance of implementing nurses in hospitals. Methods: Database searches used in this literature review are Pubmed, Science Direct and Google Scholar published in 2007-2018. Results: From the six articles used, it was found that supervision had an impact on improving nurses' performance in the form of actions and behaviors that could be measured to maintain and improve the quality of health services for both sick and healthy patients. Other impacts among them commitment, employee attachment, competence and individual quality as well as improving service qualityto them after completing the credentialing process as stated in the Nurse Clinical Assignment Letter. Conclusion: Implementation of supervision motivates nurses to be more attached to work, and has better performance opportunities
Nurses’ Performance Assessment Based On Nursing Clinical Authority: A Qualitative Descriptive Study Supri, Aisyah; Rachmawaty, Rini; Syahrul, Syahrul
Journal Of Nursing Practice Vol 2 No 2 (2019): Journal Of Nursing Practice
Publisher : Institut Ilmu Kesehatan STRADA Indonesia

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Background: One of nursing management functions is organizing nursing staff through assessing their working performances. Managing nursing staff in order to improve their working performance is vital. Thus, it needs to be well-designed to meet the patients? expectation on health care quality. Nurses? performance is defined as the action, achievement, or fulfillment of nurses? responsibilities based on their tasks that have been assigned to them. Purpose: The aim of this study was to describe the nurses? performance assessment and the nurse activities based on nursing clinical authority at the Dr. Wahidin Sudirohusodo hospital Makassar. Methods: This research is a qualitative descriptive study. Data were gathered from Focus Group Discussion (FGD), individual interviews, and document analysis. Results: The study results showed that generally the assessment of the nurses? performances at the Dr. Wahidin Sudirohusodo hospital has been conducted since 2015. However, there were still some areas that need to be improved, such as the quantity indicator assessment that is currently not developed based on the nursing clinical authority. In fact, the assessment of nurses' performance for quantity indicators should be adjusted to the nursing clinical authority that has been assigned to them after completing the credentialing process as stated in the Nurse Clinical Assignment Letter. Conclusion: The assessment of nurses? performance should be adhered to the nursing clinical authority and it is better if hospital managers may synchronize the nursing clinical authority with the online nursing logbook provided in the Hospital Information System
Effect of Humor Therapy on Chronic Pain: A Literature Review Yusnaeni, Yusnaeni; Erika, Kadek Ayu; Rachmawaty, Rini
Journal Of Nursing Practice Vol 2 No 2 (2019): Journal Of Nursing Practice
Publisher : Institut Ilmu Kesehatan STRADA Indonesia

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Introduction: Chronic pain is an unpleasant sensory and emotional experience with actual or potential tissue damage, or is described as a damage lasting more than 3 months with heavy or moderate intensity. The patient's response to the pain he experienced was done in different ways such as shouting, grimacing, crying, etc. Repair of pain is likely to occur more quickly when psychological intervention is included in medical care because it requires alternative and complementary treatment to overcome the pain including prayer , humor, hypnosis, and group support. Growing evidence-based nursing practice shows progress in helping patients deal with the pain. One of the evidence-based nursing practices is humor therapy. Method: The literature search was done through searching the results of scientific publications 2010-2018 using several databases, such as Such as Google scholar, PubMed, DOAJ, and Cochran, with keyword "Humor Therapy and Chronic Pain. Result: Obtained 6 fulltext articles, were obtained with various methods used, such as quasi-experimental pre- and posttest control group design, randomized two-group review literature, concluded that humor therapy proved effective in reducing chronic pain in all ages. Conclusion: The humor therapy is effective in reducing chronic pain in patients of all ages, both children, adults and the elderly, besides humor therapy can also be used to increase endurance and quality of life in elderly who are cared for in nursing homes
Inpatient Nurses’ Perception on The Implementation of Acute Care Nursing in The Hasanuddin University Hospital Hidayat, Rahmat; Rachmawaty, Rini; llkafah, llkafah
Indonesian Contemporary Nursing Journal Volume 4 No. 1 Agustus 2019
Publisher : Faculty of Nursing, Universitas Hasanuddin

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20956/icon.v4i1.3999

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Introduction: Acute care is a type of time-sensitive care, this is due to an acute condition requiring rapid intervention. Acute conditions that exist in the inpatient unit would require special care in handling. This acute condition can affect many things, one of which is the patient satisfaction. With proper treatment for acute cases, the course will improve patient satisfaction itself. However, to date, acute care has been poorly defined and inadequately supported in most developing health systems. Aims of Study: This research aims to determine nurses? perception on the implementation of inpatient acute nursing care in the Hasanuddin University Hospital. Method: This research was a qualitative method, data collection using individual interviews against ten participants (inpatient nurses) and validity checks of the data that utilizes something beyond the data. Data analyze used thematic analysis. Result: The results of the research yield four themes. Those four themes are perception of acute conditions, supporting factors in the management of patients with acute conditions, inhibiting factors in the management of patients with acute conditions, and nurses? hope for acute care. Conclusion: From this research it is known that the incidence of acute conditions in the inpatient unit of Hasanuddin University Hospital less than chronic conditions. To handle acute cases, nurse in the inpatient unit take action early by monitoring vital signs, then immediately gave emergency action if necessary, while collaborating with the doctor. Supporting factors for nurses is the availability of emergency trolly, as well as cooperation among nurses who are good. Whereas the inhibiting factor is the number of nurses who are still lacking and the absence of code blue team. Advice from researchers, to health institutions is expected to be able to form a rapid response team (code blue), so that patients with serious/acute condition can be handled more quickly and efficiently, so that the implementation of nursing, especially nursing acute to run well and the nurse also will not experience in serving patients overwhelmed.
Efektivitas preceptorship terhadap kinerja klinik mahasiswa: Literature review Manginte, Anitha Bunga; Rachmawaty, Rini; Saleh, Ariyanti
Jurnal Keperawatan Muhammadiyah Vol 4, No 2 (2019): JURNAL KEPERAWATAN MUHAMMADIYAH
Publisher : UNIVERSITAS MUHAMMADIYAH SURABAYA

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30651/jkm.v4i2.3165

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Nowadays, the demands for health services are increasing, health problems are increasingly complex, the development of science and nursing technology is increasingly sophisticated, and the requirements of the workforce are increasingly demanding nursing staff to be competent. Therefore, nursing education institutions are required to be able to prepare graduates who are competent and able to compete both nationally and internationally. In education field, one of efforts of the Association of Indonesian Nurse Education Center (AINEC) to developing competent Ners graduates is by applying a preceptorship guidance model. But there are still a few articles that discuss the method of guidance in the preceptorship that can be used by preceptors to improve the  clinical performance of student. The aim of this literature review is to identify the method of guidance in the preceptorship that can be used by preseptors to improve the clinical performance of student. This literature review examines the methods in the preceptorship that are used to improve student clinical competencies (decision-making abilities, communication skills, practical skills, and social skills). The article search was carried out on databases Pubmed and Google Scholar, using  keywords preceptorship, nursing students, clinical learning, clinical performance, decision making abilities, communication skills, practice skills. The number of articles reviewed was 15 articles. In preceptorship, to improved the student ability of decisions making can by using case discussion methods, bed side teaching, nursing rounds, and pre and post conference. Communication skills can be improved by case discussions, rounds, bed side teaching, role modeling, and pre and post conferences. Student practice skills can be improved by the method of bedside teaching and demonstration. And social skills can be improved by role modeling. Based on this literature review, it can be concluded that the guidance methods used in the preceptroship are useful for improving the competency of student clinics. Therefore, it is important for the preseptor to know what methods can be used in guiding according to the competencies that are to be improved on students.