International Journal of Nursing and Health Services (IJNHS)
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International Journal of Nursing and Health Service is a refereed international publication that provided a venue for nursing scholar and others related health to publish the updating information. We aim to highlight research on nursing science, public health, public health nursing, and other health sciences to a wide international audience.
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A Social-Ecological Approach to Determine Barriers of DMSM Practice For Patients with Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus: A literature review

Usman, Andi Mayasari, Pamungkas, Rian Adi

International Journal of Nursing and Health Services (IJNHS) Vol 1 No 1 (2018): International Journal of Nursing and Health Services
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Diabetes mellitus is one of the global problems the world. Since the complexity of the patient’s tasks is required in the diabetes care, the consistency to engage this various health behavior for addressing the glycemic control target is difficult to achieve. Failure management may reflect by patient, family, inadequate intervention strategies by health care provider as well as organization factor. Three databases used such as PubMed, MIDLINE, and CINAHL to address patient’s barriers, family’s barriers, and provider’s barriers as well as organization barriers for diabetes management. Patient’s attitudes and belief, knowledge, culture, and ethnicity, self-efficacy, financial resources and economic status, lack of Social Support Perceived, and lack of time may influence the diabetes self-management. Family factors lead to patients’ diabetes self-management such as lack of knowledge and skill to support patients in diabetes management and quality of the relationship between patients-family. Health care providers factors included beliefs, attitudes, knowledge and skill and patient–family-provider interaction and communication. Other factors lead to diabetes self-management and health care provider performance to provide the intervention from organization level such as integrated health system sufficiency health insurance to support resources. A deeper understanding of the barriers in diabetes management is necessary to improve the diabetes care and quality of health care services for patients with diabetes. Further research needs to consider these barriers before designing the effective, sensitive interventions and problem solving for diabetes care

A "Not able to live anymore": Reaction of the grieving process of the elderly dealing with chronic disease

Bahtiar, Bahtiar, Sahar, Sahar, Junaiti, Junaiti, Wiarsih, Wiarsih, Wiwin, Wiwin

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Background: Psychological problems have an impact on the elderly with chronic diseases thus affecting health status. Objective: The purpose of this study was to identify the response of the elderly in dealing with chronic diseases. Methods: This study uses a descriptive phenomenology method. The population in this study were elderly who lived in Makassar City and had a chronic disease. This study illustrates the experience of 13 older adults aged 60-78 years who experience chronic disease. Results: A response felt by the elderly with chronic diseases for years, a series of grieving processes. The grieving process felt by the elderly is a psychological reaction from the suffering experienced due to symptoms and complaints of chronic illness. The series of grieving process reactions that are displayed are denial, anger, bargaining, despair, and resignation. Conclusion: The old experience with denial, anger, bargaining during chronic illness is normal. Also, the elderly could experience a desperate reaction during chronic illness due to the prolonged treatment process, and resignation reaction was a sign that the elderly were aware of the disease condition which they experienced. Recommendation: nursing intervention is needed related to grieving issues that include aspects of self, physical, social and spiritual for elderly with chronic illness. Keyword: grieving, chronic illness, elderly, family

Nurse Preceptor Experience in Preceptorship Program: A Systematic Literature Review of Qualitative Studies

Kurniawan, Moh Heri, Bahtiar, Bahtiar

International Journal of Nursing and Health Services (IJNHS) Vol 1 No 1 (2018): International Journal of Nursing and Health Services
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This systematic literature review describes the experiences of the nurse preceptor in the preceptorship program in health care services. Data was collected from three databases: EBSCO, ScienceDirect, and Scopus. Qualitative, peer-reviewed, original studies published in English from 2013 until 2017 and exploring preceptor experiences of the preceptorship program were involved. The manuscripts were selected by screening titles, abstracts and full papers and the quality of the studies was measured. Data were analysed using content analysis.Ten studies were chosen for the review. Nurse preceptor experiences were divided into four main categories: experiences related to the preparation; experiences related to the preceptee; experiences preceptor role during the program; and experiences related to work environment. The findings establish that the nurse preceptor has a great impact to determine the quality of nursing services to the new graduate nurses, but many challenges face during the program.

Short Report: The Moisture Balance with Aloe Vera Gel in Diabetic Wound Healing

Selamet, Fahrianto, Usman, Andi Mayasari, Pamungkas, Rian Adi

International Journal of Nursing and Health Services (IJNHS) Vol 1 No 1 (2018): International Journal of Nursing and Health Services
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Diabetic foot ulcer (DF) is a chronic complication of diabetes mellitus (DM), which impact on the morbidity, mortality and quality of patients’ lives.Of those patients with diabetes mellitus, approximately 15% to 25% developed to the foot ulcer. Beside has the infection and debridement of devitalized tissue downloading; the moisture imbalance becomes the factors of recalcitrant to healing. Moist wound healing is often contraindicated to the non-healable wounds. While wound care involves the debridement, bacterial reduction, and moisture balance in order to achieve the good granulation of the tissue development and adequate blood supply.

Case Study: Awarding Education of Fluids Restriction Management on Impaired Kidney Perfusion for Improving Self-Efficacy of Patients and Families

Yuliastuti, Estin, Suhartini, Suhartini

International Journal of Nursing and Health Services (IJNHS) Vol 1 No 1 (2018): International Journal of Nursing and Health Services
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Non-adherence to fluid restriction on impaired kidney perfusion problems will lead to chronic excess fluid and increase the risk of other disease complications. Self-efficacy is an important component of achieving goals. Fluids restriction management education in the impaired kidney perfusion problems is the main thing that required to improving self-efficacy of patients and families. The purpose of this case study is to examine self-efficacy of patients with impaired kidney perfusion before and after fluids restriction management education in patients and families. Cases study was performed on two patients with impaired kidney perfusion. Fluid restriction management education on patients and families are given to improve self-efficacy. Self-efficacy scores on Mr. Y before the education are 105 and 112 after education, while the self-efficacy scores on Mr. E before the education are 111 and 113 after education. Furthermore, both patients stated to be more assured on adherence to fluid restriction management for impaired kidney perfusion. Education of fluid restriction management in patients and families with impaired kidney perfusion can improve self-efficacy in patients. Nurses can educate the patients and families by multiplying methods and instructional media.

SWOT Analysis of Nursing Clinic Professional Career Ladder System (SJKP2K) in Military Hospital Jakarta

Pertiwi, Bela, Hariyati, Rr Tutik Sri, Anisah, Siti

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Nursing managers must have a strong directing function towards the Professional Clinic Nurse Career Ladder System (SJKP2K). This is to improve the quality of nursing care that will be provided by nurses to patients. The military hospital in Jakarta already has the standard of planning, guidelines and SOP regarding the SJKP2K, but based on the authors' observations for two weeks in one of the rooms in the hospital, the results show that the SJKP2K implementation is not optimal. This problem then analyzed using the SWOT Analysis followed by scoring and weighting through an Internal Factors Evaluation (IFE) and External Factors Evaluation (EFE) matrix analysis. The sum of the scores of each matrix ​​then poured into the IE (Internal and External) matrix to determine the position of the SJKP2K strengths. The calculation result between IFE and EFE in IE matrix shows that SJKP2K is in area V, which means that SJKP2K is in hold and maintain stage so that market penetration and product development strategies are needed so that SJKP2K requires development both in quality and quantity.

Board Game as an Educational Game Media to an Effort to Change the Attitude of Dengue Prevention in School-Aged Children

Amelia, Vivi Leona, Setiawan, Agus, Sukihananto, Sukihananto

International Journal of Nursing and Health Services (IJNHS) Vol 1 No 2 (2018): International Journal of Nursing and Health Services
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Background: Indonesia is the second highest country for dengue prevalence, and the cases has rapidly increased in the last 45 years. Compared to other age groups, the age group of children is the highest dengue fever prevalence. The attitude of dengue prevention is important for child which related to their skill to preventing the dengue fever by themselves. A game is one of the way to teach the children for a new information, it is also including the dengue prevention material Objective: This study want to identify the attitude of the children about dengue prevention and develop an educational game to teach a new information about dengue prevention. Methods: This study uses quasi-experimental design with pre and posttest with control group. The participants are a school-aged children with age 10-12 years old. With total 92 participants, and 46 for each group. Results: The results show a significantly increasing score at children attitude of dengue prevention before and after intervention except the strategy to closing the water storage (p=0.008), the other strategy that gets a significantly increasing such as fever and fever management (p=0.000), draining the water storage (p=0.001), checking the water storage (p=0.000), recycling (p=0.000), chemistry agent (p=0.000), biology agent (p=0.000), self protection (p=0.001), immune system (0.000). There are different attitude between control and intervention groups (p=0.000). Conclusion: The conclusion is the dengue board game can be an educational game media to give dengue prevention information to children, also can improving the attitude of dengue prevention.   Keywords: Board Game, Dengue Prevention Strategy, School-Aged Children

DETERMINANT FACTOR OF CONDOM USE AMONG MEN SEX MEN AND TRASNGENDER WOMEN IN SOUTHEAST ASIA REGION : A LITERATURE REVIEW

KHUMAIDI, KHUMAIDI, Sri, Yona

International Journal of Nursing and Health Services (IJNHS) Vol 1 No 2 (2018): International Journal of Nursing and Health Services
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Abstract Background : based on data from UNAIDS 2017 reported that men sex men(MSM) and other MSM (transgender women) accounted for 12 percent of new HIV infections in 2017. The Asia Pacific region is one of the regions that contributes new HIV cases from MSM and transgender women. Unprotected anal sex is a major cause of HIV transmission among MSM and transgender women. Objective: the study aimed to describe determinan factors of condom use among men sex men and transgender women in Southeast Asia region. Methods : we search literature from various relevant sources. Five databases including PubMed, PROQUEST, Plos One, Science Direct and Ebsco were included in this study. Results : several factors that contribute to condom use such as individual factors including attitudes, knowledge related to HIV, decreased sexual pleasure, substance use and gender presentation. Other factors that influence condom use are family support, peer support and experience of physical violence and sexual abuse. the type of partner and the amount of pay for sex among transgender women also influence condom use. Conclusion :several factors are noted from individual, social, family and sex partner. Further research especially intervention research, it is necessary to consider the factors that influence condom use before developing interventions for MSM and transgender women.   

The Implementation of Electronic based Nursing Care Documentation to EFETEC; A Literature Review

Saraswasta, I Wayan Gede, Hariyati, Rr. Tutik Sri

International Journal of Nursing and Health Services (IJNHS) Vol 1 No 2 (2018): International Journal of Nursing and Health Services
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ABSTRACT In last two decades most of the tasks performed by nurses have not been directly related to patient care. Nurses spend more time on writing documentation or medical records of patients. Implementation of electronic medical record can reduce the time used for documentation or in other hand will increase the time for nurses to interact with patients then eventually can improve the quality of nursing care. Purpose of this literature review is to find out the implementation of electronic-based nursing care documentation (EHR) in improving the quality of nursing care in terms of EFETEC aspects. Method used by author is a literature review. Database used is Science Direct, PROQUEST, Scopus, Ebscho and Scholar Article with the keywords; electronic health record, EHR, Documentation in nursing, Quality of nursing care. Implementation of electronic nursing care documentation can improve the service quality. Improvement of the quality of service is reviewed with EFETEC which consists of efficient, focus for patient, effective, time discipline, equality, confidentiality. In the era of health workers 4.0 the utilization of electronic nursing care documentation requires continuous development in order to improve the quality of service for patients.  KEYWORDS: electronic health record, nursing care documentation, quality of nursing care

Innovation in Utilizing Information Technology Systems in Improving the Quality of Nursing Services

Sayam, Ahmad Dahlan, Sukihananto, Sukihananto

International Journal of Nursing and Health Services (IJNHS) Vol 1 No 2 (2018): International Journal of Nursing and Health Services
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Background: Advances in technology in the field of health are increasingly increasing, enabling everyone to use existing technology. Today, advances in information technology that allow for the development of professional nursing services, and the attention of current epidemiology and sociodemography, are very important for nurses. to become familiar with health information systems Methods: The conceptual framework proposed was to look at the theory and empirical literature used in nursing studies and its benefits, which were reviewed from several research results from 2013 to 2018. This study used 17 journals that were reviewed against it. Results: Several innovations in the field of information technology in the field of nursing have been developed and evaluated for its benefits. Based on what is in the literature in this article, Nurse Calling Systems (NCSS), EHR and CDSS, MDTT, computers and infusion management systems are a number of innovations that have been developed for developing technology to provide better quality services. The benefits obtained when using these innovations, namely more efficient management, more effective use of costs, improved planning programs, increased utilization of nurses. The benefits of information systems in nursing more time with, patients and less time in station nurses, reducing the use of paper nursing care automatically the same standard in care (nursing process) reduce the cost of nursing services can be measured Conclusion: it takes several innovations in the field of nursing that have been widely applied, which are carried out on benefits that provide enormous benefits in the practice of nursing services. So it is recommended that in the future Indonesia can implement innovations that can help improve nurse performance in Indonesia according to existing needs Keywords: Innovation, Nursing Information System, Benefits

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