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Jurnal Kepemimpinan dan Manajemen Keperawatan
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Jurnal Kepemimpinan dan Manajemen Keperawatan (e-ISSN 2621-5047) published by the Indonesian National Nurses Association (INNA) of Central Java. Jurnal Kepemimpinan dan Manajemen Keperawatan publishes two issues in a year. Jurnal Kepemimpinan dan Manajemen Keperawatan has been indexed in an international database. This journal publishes articles in the area of leadership in nursing, management of nursing services, and management of nursing care.
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Diagnosa Keperawatan Yang Sering Ditegakkan Perawat Pada Pasien Tuberkulosis Paru Di Rumah Sakit Rofii, Muhamad; Warsito, Bambang Edi; Santoso, Agus; Ulliya, Sarah
Jurnal Kepemimpinan dan Manajemen Keperawatan Vol 1, No 2 (2018)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (449.185 KB) | DOI: 10.32584/jkmk.v1i2.139

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Tuberculosis is one of the biggest health problems in the world. This disease is also the highest cause of death and morbidity in developing countries, such as Indonesia. Most nurses do not carry out treatment plans for pulmonary tuberculosis patients because there is no standard structure even though there are guidelines for nursing management of pulmonary TB patients. The purpose of this study was to determine nursing diagnoses that are often enforced by nurses in pulmonary tuberculosis patients. The study was conducted in the inpatient hospital. This study used descriptive observational and descriptive explorative approaches. The samples were the documentation of the TB patients by using nonprobability sampling, namely purposive sampling saturation. Data analysis used univariate analysis with frequency distribution. The results of the study show that the formulation of nursing diagnosis is ineffective airway clearance(52%), the writing of 1 (one) diagnosis of ineffective airway clearance into 13 different diagnostic names. The nurse wrote the diagnosis of ineffective breathing patterns into 7 forms of diagnosis. Nurses also wrote diagnosis of acute pain into 5 forms of nursing diagnosis, and hyperthermy diagnosis into 2 forms of nursing diagnosis. The research recommendation is that hospital management is expected to improve nurses' skills in writing the latest nursing diagnoses, monitoring and evaluating both qualitatively and quantitatively  in the writing of nursing diagnoses, applying the latest standards of nursing diagnoses. Nurses are expected to apply the latest nursing diagnoses in accordance with the use of NANDA.
Peningkatan Etos Kerja Perawat Pelaksana Melalui Pelatihan Self-Leadership Marpaung, Martha Pitta Uli; Suza, Dewi Elizadiani; Arruum, Diah
Jurnal Kepemimpinan dan Manajemen Keperawatan Vol 2, No 2 (2019)
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Self-leadership is a power that is inherent in individuals to influence, direct, control, and push themselves to achieve the desired goals. Self-leadership training is very important to improve work behavior in hospitals. The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of self-leadership training on nurses’ work ethic at the government hospital. The research method uses a quasi-experimental method with nonequivalent control two groups with pre-post test design. The research sample was taken using consecutive sampling with a total of 98 nurses, 49 nurses as the control group and 49 nurses as the intervention group. In the intervention group, self-leadership training was given, whereas the control group was not. The results of the Wilcoxon Signed Ranks test in the intervention group found that there were significant differences in work ethic before and after training (p = 0.00, p˂0.05) while in the control group there were no significant differences in work ethic before and after training (p=0,317, p˃0,05). Spearman's Rho test results showed that there was an effect of self-leadership training on nurses’ work ethic at the government hospital (p = 0.00 <0.05). Self-leadership training can improve nurses’ work ethic at hospitals so it is recommended to conduct training on an ongoing basis to maintain consistency of work ethics in hospitals.
Peningkatan Kepuasan Pasien BPJS Melalui Peningkatan Empati Perawat Yanto, Arief; Wuryanto, Edy; Surwanti, Siti
Jurnal Kepemimpinan dan Manajemen Keperawatan Vol 1, No 2 (2018)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (599.372 KB) | DOI: 10.32584/jkmk.v1i2.128

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Patient satisfaction is an important element in providing better service. Patient satisfaction can be achieved by increasing nurse caring behavior. A high level of nurse empathy can be a predictor of caring attitudes possessed by nurses. This study used a quantitative associative analytic research design by using a cross-sectional approach. The study was conducted at Kendal Islamic Hospital. The samples of this study were patients of the class 3 who were BPJS participants as many as 166 respondents, which were obtained through the Proportionate Stratified Random Sampling. The results show that all respondents have the same baseline data on empathy nurses. This shows that nurses always show empathy to all patients. All variables of nursing service quality have a strong relationship with the direction of unidirectional relations, which means that the higher the quality of nursing services, the higher the value of patient satisfaction. Empathy of nurses performed when implementing nursing care in patients is the main predictor or determinant of the increase of patient satisfaction BPJS Participants at Muhammadiyah Hospital Kendal.
Hubungan Lama Kerja Perawat Dengan Kepatuhan Pengisian Surgical Safety Checklist di Instalasi Bedah Sentral Selano, Maria Karolina; Kurniawan, Yohanes Hendy; Sambodo, Priyo
Jurnal Kepemimpinan dan Manajemen Keperawatan Vol 2, No 1 (2019)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (47.998 KB) | DOI: 10.32584/jkmk.v2i1.267

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The use of the Surgical Safety Checklist reduces mortality and surgical complication. Nurse obedience in documenting the surgical safety checklist is still low. It is showed that there is a lack of nurses awareness about the importance of surgical safety checklist in an operation. This research aims to know about the relationship between the years of service of the nurse and compliance with filling surgical safety checklist at Central Operating Theatre. Design of this study uses cross-sectional approach. Sampling technique uses total sampling technique, samples taken for study as many as 23 respondents who met the inclusion and exclusion criteria. The data are described in table form and a Fisher test was conducted with spss 21. The highest work period are they who have light of work ≥ 3 years as many as 15 respondent (65,2%) and respondents who have length of work < 3 years as many as 8 respondent (34,8%), for nurses obedience  18 respondents (78,3%) who did not complete the surgical safety checklist while 5 respondents (21,7%) complete the surgical safety checklist correctly. Fisher statistic test obtained p-value data is 0,586 > 0,05. There is no relationship between the years of service of the nurse and compliance with filling surgical safety checklist at Central Operating Theatre
Upaya Peningkatan Komunikasi Interprofesional Melalui Interprofessional Collaborative Practice (ICP) (Systematic Review) Mukaromah, Raihany Sholihatul; Dwiantoro, Luky; Santoso, Agus
Jurnal Kepemimpinan dan Manajemen Keperawatan Vol 1, No 1 (2018)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (470.395 KB) | DOI: 10.32584/jkmk.v1i1.70

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The role and function of interdisciplinary care providers in health services is still fragmented so that interdisciplinary health services provided to patients become overlapping. Interdisciplinary fragmentation can be overcomed through Interprofessional Collaborative Practice (ICP). Good collaboration between the team of health professionals is needed, in order to exchange information clearly and comprehensively. The core competency in Interprofessional Collaborative Practice (ICP) is effective interprofessional communication. The purpose of this systematic review is to find out whether ICP can improve the ability of health workers to carry out interprofessional communication. The method used by Systematic review was by searching literature databases from Ebscho, Sciendirect, PubMed and Google scholar by using advanced search keywords. The keywords chosen were Interprofessional Collaborative Practice (ICP), Interprofessional Communication, health workers. The searching was limited in 2006 - 2016, full text pdf and English. The inclusion criteria from the article was the health workers as the respondents, intervention with Interprofessional Collaborative Practice (ICP), the outcome measured was interprofessional communication skills of health workers. There were 6 articles that correspond to the inclusion criteria. Those 6 articles were reviewed. Results: each article gives an outcome to the improvement of interprofessional communication and 2 articles produce 3 themes. ICP can effectively improve the ability of health workers to carry out interprofessional communication. It is expected that the head of the hospital can make a special policy related to the implementation of ICP and design a model for ICP involving all health professions so that it can be applied in health services as an effort to develop effective interprofessional communication and improve the quality of health services so that the professional role of each discipline runs well.
Komunikasi Interprofesional Sebagai Upaya Pengembangan Kolaborasi Interprofesi Di Rumah Sakit: Systematic Review Purba, Yunis Veronika; Anggorowati, Anggorowati
Jurnal Kepemimpinan dan Manajemen Keperawatan Vol 1, No 1 (2018)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (536.285 KB) | DOI: 10.32584/jkmk.v1i1.78

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Interprofessional communication is very important in today's health services, where it can expand the population of health services especially in providing care in health services. Effective interprofessional communication is an important skill that can improve the function of high-quality teams in the care of patients by involving several scientific disciplines such as doctors, nurses and other health teams (interprofessional collaboration). The purpose of systematic review is to find out whether interprofessional communication can develop interprofessional collaborative efforts in hospitals. The method used was a systematic review. The articles were searched through Google Scholar, Proquest, Science Direct, are done using advanced in accordance with the keywords Professional, Communication, Collaboration. There were 3 articles in which each article produced that interprofessional communication can develop interprofessional collaboration in hospitals, with effective interprofessional communication, nurses, doctors and other health teams can respect each other and have the same vision and mission in providing services to clients to improve service quality and satisfaction for the clients themselves.
Gambaran Pelaksanaan Supervisi Kepala Ruang Terhadap Perawat Pelaksana Dalam Keselamatan Pasien Oktaviani, Maria Hariyati; Rofii, Muhamad
Jurnal Kepemimpinan dan Manajemen Keperawatan Vol 2, No 1 (2019)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (402.349 KB) | DOI: 10.32584/jkmk.v2i1.165

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The implementation of supervising the head of a room in one hospital in Semarang has not been optimal due to the absence of a schedule, assessment instruments, guidance, documentation of supervision results, and standard operating procedures (SOP) supervision. Supervision activities are incidental in accordance with needs and have not been implemented in a structured and well-documented manner. The writing of this article aims to find out the description of the implementation of head supervision in a hospital in Semarang. This study uses descriptive research design. The subjects in this study were all heads of inpatient rooms. The object of this research is the implementation of the supervision of the head of the room according to the SOP and the results of documentation of the implementation of supervision. The instrument in this study used a draft sheet for evaluation of the superficial room leader evaluation. Shows that there is a change in the implementation of supervision based on the SOP before and after the dissemination of supervision is carried out to the head of the room. Documented supervision results can help the head of the room to see the extent of the ability of staff and can jointly improve capabilities, correct errors in improving the quality of nursing care services. The implementation of supervising the head of a room in one of the Semarang hospitals needs to be improved, especially in terms of post-supervision documentation, development of thematic supervision themes, and structured supervision scheduling.
Hubungan Beban Kerja Perawat Dengan Perilaku Caring Di Instalasi Rawat Inap Ruang Bedah Hartawan, Rodi; Priyanto, Priyanto; Rosyidi, Imron
Jurnal Kepemimpinan dan Manajemen Keperawatan Vol 1, No 2 (2018)
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Workload is a mirror of nursing actions that can be carried out in quantity and quality by a nurse to a person or group of patients who are his/her responsibility. Routine questions that often arise are which patients are treated by which nurse, how many patients can be treated, whether the nurse's burden is maximum or optimum. This study aims to analyze the correlation between nurses' workload and caring behavior at the surgical ward. The design in this study was descriptive correlative with a cross-sectional approach. The population in this study were all nurses of the surgical ward at Ungaran Hospital as many as 30 nurses. Data collection was done by using questionnaires and forms. The data were taken by using purposive sampling technique, the results were analyzed descriptively and statistical tests used  Chi-Square test. The results show nurses with light workload as many as 17 people (56.6%), while those with moderate workload as many as 8 people (26.6%) and those with a heavy workload as many as5 people (16.6%). Nurses with good caring behavior as many as 22 people (73.3%) and nurses with poor caring behavior as many as 8 people (26.7%). From the results of statistical tests with Chi-square test show there is  no correlation between nurse workload and caring behavior, it is known that x2 count = 0.191 <x2 table = 5.991 or based on the probability Asymp-Sig = 0.909> 0.05 (α) then H0 failed to be rejected, so it can be concluded that there is no correlation between nurse workload and caring behavior.
Pendidikan Keperawatan Berkelanjutan Dan Perencanaan Karir: Strategi Meningkatkan Komunikasi Interprofesional Yang Efektif Rachmawati, Nunung; Dwiantoro, Luky; Santoso, Agus
Jurnal Kepemimpinan dan Manajemen Keperawatan Vol 1, No 1 (2018)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (464.614 KB) | DOI: 10.32584/jkmk.v1i1.71

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Interprofessional collaboration will be realized if two or more people from different professions interact to produce a shared understanding that would not have been possible if those professions worked independently. How each profession views the meaning of collaboration must be understood by both parties so that the same perception can be obtained. The application of collaboration between professions is currently limited to traditional or multiprofessional collaboration models. A high level of knowledge is needed by the nursing profession to be able to provide nursing services independently and collaborate with other health workers. This level of education and knowledge gap will hinder the effective communication process among health professionals. Continuous nursing education can be used as a strategy to eliminate the knowledge and education gaps between professions so that it will improve the effective communication process among health professionals. Collaboration is a complex process that requires special attention accompanied by high knowledge in exchanging ideas in discussing patients. Nurses who always try to improve their knowledge and skills to achieve their desired career will have an impact on their ability to exchange ideas (communicate) with other professions or collaborate with other professions. Continuous nursing education and career planning are two strategies that can increase nurses’ knowledge and skills to improve nurses' confidence in exchanging ideas with other professions.
Pengembangan Sikap Empati Perawat Dalam Patient Center Care Melalui Kepemimpinan Transformasional: Literatur Review Oktaviana, Yetti; Dwiyantoro, Luky
Jurnal Kepemimpinan dan Manajemen Keperawatan Vol 1, No 2 (2018)
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Introduction: Patient-Centered Care (PCC) is a new paradigm in health services that places patients as the center of care. PCC involves the concept of caring, sharing, communication and building therapeutic relationships. Many patients found complaints about the attitude of nurses who were less friendly in serving, nurses responded less well to complaints felt by patients, nurses did not respond appropriately to the questions submitted by patients, and did not care about the needs of patients. The meaning of nursing practice that supports quality nursing is meeting the needs of patients through interactions based on caring, empathy, responsibility, and respect for the existence of patients. According to patient-centered theory (also known as client-centered theory), one of the factors that influence PCC is empathy. Objective: To provide an overview of the development of nurse empathy in supporting patient-focused services (Patient-Center Care) through transformational leadership. Method: Literature review by searching several research journal articles published through the electronic data base. The electronic data base used: PubMed, EBSCO and Cochrane Library by using keywords: patient center care, empathy, and leadership transformation. As well as using the nursing handbook reference. Results: Increasing empathy can lead to increase in communication and therapeutic relationships between nurses and patients. Empathy is built to support the improvement of patient center care services and patient outcome repair. Efforts to develop empathy attitudes are developed within the framework of transformational nursing leadership. Conclusion: Measurements of empathy and service outcome are used as measurements for evaluating the quality of nursing services. Transformational nursing changes the mindset of what patients expect in services and determines the process for achieving service goals. Always develop adaptive processes and influence staff to achieve service goals

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