Jurnal Keperawatan Padjadjaran
Vol 2, No 1 (2014): Jurnal Keperawatan Padjadjaran

Hubungan antara Lama Tidur dengan Akumulasi Kelelahan Kerja pada Dosen

Yogisutanti, Gurdani (Unknown)
Kusnanto, Hari (Unknown)
Maurits, Lientje Setyawati (Unknown)



Article Info

Publish Date
10 Apr 2015

Abstract

Fatigue merupakan fenomena normal bagi setiap orang sehat, yang dapat dikurangi dengan istirahat maupun tidur. Kurang tidur (sleepiness) telah menjadi fokus masalah dalam isu kesehatan kerja. Penelitian kelelahan kerja pada dosen masih sangat terbatas dan belum menjadi perhatian. Tujuan penelitian untuk mengetahui hubungan lama waktu tidur dengan akumulasi kelelahan kerja pada dosen. Desain potong lintang digunakan dalam penelitian terhadap 236 partisipan berasal dari delapan sekolah tinggi ilmu kesehatan swasta di Jawa Barat. Lama waktu tidur per hari diukur menggunakan kuesioner dan akumulasi kelelahan kerja diukur menggunakan instrumen self-diagnosis check list for assessment of worker’s accumulated fatigue. Rerata waktu tidur adalah 6,23±1,1 jam per hari. Hasil uji statistik menggunakan uji korelasi product moment didapatkan lama waktu tidur berkorelasi negatif dengan gejala kelelahan subjektif (r=-0.132; p<0.05), kondisi kerja (r=-0.169; p<0.05), dan akumulasi kerja (r=-0.173; p<0.05). Semakin tinggi lama tidur, maka semakin rendah kelelahan kerja yang terjadi. Kurangnya waktu tidur dalam jangka waktu yang lama dapat berakibat pada kualitas hidup dosen dan dapat menyebabkan sakit. Perlunya mengurangi akumulasi kelelahan kerja agar cukup waktu tidur dan beristirahat bagi dosen. Kata kunci:Dosen, fatigue, kelelahan kerja, makan pagi, waktu tidur AbstractFatigue is a normal phenomenon for everybody, it can be reduced by rest and sleep. Sleepiness is a health issue in the occupational health and safety. However, a study related to job burnout in the lecturer community is limited. The aims of this study was to uncover the relationship between lecturers’ sleep duration and their job burnout. The cross sectional design was applied to 236 participants who came from eight different private Health Sciences School in West Java. Sleep durations were measured by a questionnaire and Self-diagnosis Check List for Assessment of Worker’s accumulated fatigue was used to measure lecturers’ job burnout. Results have shown that rates of the sleep duration in a day were around 6,23±1,1 hours. Product moment test has shown that the sleep duration had negative correlation with subjective fatigue (r=-0.132; p<0.05), working conditions (r=-0.169; p<0.05), and working accumulation (r=-0.173; p<0.05). The more sleep duration the lower job burnout. Long term sleepiness can be affected to lecturers’ quality of live. Enough rest and sleep are the best way to deal with job burnout problems.Key words:Breakfast, fatigue, job burnout, lecturer, sleep duration

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Journal Info

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jkp

Publisher

Subject

Health Professions Neuroscience Nursing Public Health

Description

Jurnal Keperawatan Padjadjaran (JKP) or The Padjadjaran Nursing Journal is a peer review journal providing an open access facility for scientific articles published by the principles of allowing free research available for public to support global scientific exchange. Padjadjaran Nursing Journal ...