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THE INFLUENCE OF PATIENT SAFETY CULTURE MODEL TOWARD PRESSURE ULCER RISK PREVENTION IN A GOVERNMENT HOSPITAL IN BANJARMASIN Saherna, Jenny; Annisa, Rina
CNJ: Caring Nursing Journal Vol 2 No 2 (2018)
Publisher : Universitas Muhammadiyah Banjarmasin

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The basic purpose of bedrest for the patient supposed to the patient lies on the back in the bed for 24 hours to minimize all the patient’s organ system. The unsafety behavior, careless, lack of attention or motivation from the nurse to the patient can cause adverse event, such as pressure ulcer for the patient. Patient safety culture model for the nurse is better to decrease the number of accidents, the failed and also to optimally the service to the patient.  The purpose of this study focused to examine the influence of patient safety culture model toward pressure ulcer risk prevention. This field research is mixed methods research model sequential explanatory. It used total sampling technique of 102 nurses in the five wards and quota sampling to select 3 informants from the patient culture control team in a Government Hospital. Multiple linear regression analyses were performed to identify qualitative data. Semi-structured guide in-depth interview used to collect the qualitative data. The summary of multiple linear regression analysis of all independent variables indicated that perceptions of patient safety were the most influential indicator to pressure ulcer risk prevention. The in-depth interview also indicated nurses’ perceptions of patient safety as an important factor that influences incident reporting, resources, and patient involvement as important factors that influence patient safety culture application on pressure ulcer risk prevention.   Key Words     : Patient Safety Culture Model, Pressure Ulcer Risk The basic purpose of bedrest for the patient supposed to the patient lies on the back in the bed for 24 hours to minimize all the patient’s organ system. The unsafety behavior, careless, lack of attention or motivation from the nurse to the patient can cause adverse event, such as pressure ulcer for the patient. Patient safety culture model for the nurse is better to decrease the number of accidents, the failed and also to optimally the service to the patient.  The purpose of this study focused to examine the influence of patient safety culture model toward pressure ulcer risk prevention. This field research is mixed methods research model sequential explanatory. It used total sampling technique of 102 nurses in the five wards and quota sampling to select 3 informants from the patient culture control team in a Government Hospital. Multiple linear regression analyses were performed to identify qualitative data. Semi-structured guide in-depth interview used to collect the qualitative data. The summary of multiple linear regression analysis of all independent variables indicated that perceptions of patient safety were the most influential indicator to pressure ulcer risk prevention. The in-depth interview also indicated nurses’ perceptions of patient safety as an important factor that influences incident reporting, resources, and patient involvement as important factors that influence patient safety culture application on pressure ulcer risk prevention.   Key Words     : Patient Safety Culture Model, Pressure Ulcer Risk
Life Cycle Assessment Applications To The Dry Steam Geothermal Power Generation (Case Study: Star Energy Geothermal Wayang Windu, Ltd, Indonesia) Annisa, Rina; Rahardyan, Benno
Indonesian Journal of Life Cycle Assessment and Sustainability For Vol 2, No 2 (2018)
Publisher : Indonesian Life Cycle Assessment Network (ILCAN)

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Geothermal potential in Indonesia estimate can produced renewable energy 29 GW, and until 2016 it still used 5% or about 1643 MW in. From that result, about 227 MW produced by Wayang Windu geothermal power plant. The Input were raw material, energy and water. These input produced electricity as main product, by product, and also other output that related to environment i.e. emission, solid waste and waste water. All environmental impacts should be controlled to comply with environmental standard, and even go beyond compliance and perform continual improvement.  This research will use Life Cycle Assessment method based on ISO 14040 and use cradle to gate concept with boundary from liquid steam production until electricity produced, and Megawatt Hours as the functional unit. Life Cycle Inventory has been done with direct input and output in the boundary and resulted that subsystem of Non Condensable Gas and condensate production have the largest environmental impact. LCI also show that every MWh electricity produced, it needed 6.87 Ton dry steam or 8.16 Ton liquid steam. Global Warming Potential (GWP) value is 0.155 Ton CO2eq./MWh, Acidification Potential (AP) 1.69 kg SO2eq./MWh, Eutrophication Potential (EP) 5.36 gPO4 eq./MWh and land use impacts 0.000024 PDF/m2. Life Cycle Impact Assessment resulted that AP contribute 78% of environmental impact and 98% resulted from H2S Non Condensable Gas. Comparison results with another dry steam geothermal power plant show that impact potential result of the company in good position and there’s a strong relation between gross production, GWP and AP value.Keywords: Life cycle assessment; Geothermal; Continual Improvement; Global Warming Potential; Acidification Potential
FAKTOR ORGANISASI YANG MEMPENGARUHI KINERJA (STUDI PADA PERAWAT IGD RSUD ULIN BANJARMASIN) Annisa, Rina
At-Tadbir : jurnal ilmiah manajemen Vol 1, No 2 (2017): At-Tadbir : jurnal ilmiah manajemen
Publisher : Islamic University of Kalimantan

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Emergency Installation (EI) is the first place for patients to get emergency treatment. Successful EIs are not solely about the availability of support facilities, but also human resource performance measured from organizational factors, such as nursing management, leadership style, incentives, organizational structure and job design are included. The main purpose of this study is to partially and simultaneously test the influence of organizational factors on nurse performance with descriptive method with quantitative analytic approach. The sampling technique used a census approach of 33 nurses at the Emergency Installation, Banjarmasin Ulin Hospital. All data were obtained by distributing questionnaires and analyzed by using multiple regressions. The result of data analysis shows that nursing management, transformational style, and work design have positive but not significant influence on nurse's performance. Incentives and organizational structures have a positive and significant influence on nurse performance. Organizational factors simultaneously positive effect on the performance of nurses in the Emergency Installation Banjarmasin Ulin General Hospital for 55.10% and the remaining 44.90% influenced by other variables.Keywords: Organization Factor, Nurse Performance, Emergency Installation.
PENERAPAN MODEL PEMBELAJARAN KOOPERATIF QUESTION STUDENT HAVE UNTUK MENINGKATKAN PRESTASI BELAJAR SISWA PADA POKOK BAHASAN HIDROLISIS GARAM DI KELAS XI SMAN 1 BUKIT BATU KABUPATEN BENGKALIS Annisa, Rina; Erviyenni, Erviyenni; Thaib, Armiyus
Jurnal Online Mahasiswa (JOM) Bidang Keguruan dan Ilmu Pendidikan Vol 1, No 2 (2014): Wisuda Oktober Tahun 2014
Publisher : Jurnal Online Mahasiswa (JOM) Bidang Keguruan dan Ilmu Pendidikan

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Abstract : The purpose of this research is to  increase  student achievement  on the subject of salt hydrolysis in  class XI  SMAN 1 Bukit Batu Kabupaten Bengkalis. Form of research  is  experiment  research  with  pretest-posttest  design.  The sample consisted  of  two  classes.  Experiment  class  was given  implementing  model cooperative  learning Question Student Have, while the  control class was not given  implementing model cooperative  learning Question Student Have. The   t-test  is used for data analysis technique.  Based on the  final  results  of data processing  using  t-test  formula with dk=39  and  ? =0,05  obtained  tarithmetic > ttable (2.75 > 1.68)  means that  the application of  model  cooperative learning  Question Student Have can  improve student?s achievement on the subject of salt hydrolysis  in class XI SMAN 1 Bukit Batu Kabupaten Bengkalis. The improvement of student?s achievement in experiment class was supported by N-Gain score 0,74 that included in high category. Key Words :  Question Student Have,  Learning  Achievement,  Salt Hydrolysis 
THE PREDICTOR FACTORS OF EMERGENCY NURSES' PERFORMANCES TO THE PROFESSIONAL SERVICES EXCELLENCE Annisa, Rina
CNJ: Caring Nursing Journal Vol 1 No 2 (2017)
Publisher : Universitas Muhammadiyah Banjarmasin

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Emergency nursesâ?? performances remains long standing determinates of quality services rendered for patients admitted to get emergency treatments in the hospitals. It has been viewed as a dimension of professional services excellence. The purpose of this study focused on the predictive correlation of five predictors; namely human resources management, transformational leadership, incentives, hospital structure, and job rotation on the emergency nursesâ?? performance. This descriptive quantitative study used total sampling technique of 100 nurses in the Emergency Department, in four Government Hospital in Banjarmasin, Bajarbaru, and Martapura. All data obtained by administering questionnaires to the participances. The analytical procedure of multiple linear regression was utilized to determine the predicting strength correlation between the dependent and the independent variables. The result of Pearson productâ??moment correlation coefficients revealed that positive correlation established between emergency nursesâ?? performances and human resources management, transformational leadership, incentives, hospital structure, and job rotation, as the independent variables. The summary of multiple linear regression analysis of all independent variables indicated that incentives was the most strongly predictor to the emergency nursesâ?? performances.