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Filial Piety: From the Perspective of Indonesian Young Adults Setiyani, Rahmi; Windsor, Carol
Nurse Media Journal of Nursing Vol 9, No 1 (2019): (JUNE 2019)
Publisher : Department of Nursing, Faculty of Medicine, Diponegoro University

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Background: Filial piety refers to expectations for children to respect parents and fulfill care responsibility, including provide direct care and support them in their old age. However, socio-demographic changes might shape how young generation would see and practice the value of filial responsibility in parent’s old age.Purpose: This study aimed to explore the meaning of filial responsibility among young adults within the social context of Indonesia.Methods: Symbolic interactionism formed the framework for this study. The constructivist grounded theory method guided the analysis of the data obtained from in-depth interviews with eight university students. The participants were selected using a purposive and snowball sampling technique with the following criteria: 18 years old or over, currently enrolled as a student and had living parents. Results: The result showed that redefining the meaning of filial responsibility was obtained as the main theme which linked all four categories: ‘I am the one’, ‘not institutional care’, ‘the gendering of caregiving’, and ‘it is okay to do so’. The findings revealed that the value of filial responsibility was still upheld by Indonesian young people. However, their views had been changed somewhat from the traditional practices which were family oriented and highly gendered to a more contemporary form where caregiving was extended to non-family caregivers and supposed to be less gendered in the practice.Conclusion: This study offers an insight into the shifting patterns in elderly caregiving and support in Indonesia. The findings also indicate the need to further promote gender equality in elderly caregiving.
Post-partum Hemorrhage and Anemia as its Modifiable Risk Factor: A Literature Review Anggraeni, Mekar Dwi; Setiyani, Rahmi; Setiawati, Nina
Jurnal Keperawatan Soedirman Vol 14, No 3 (2019)
Publisher : Jurusan Keperawatan FIKES UNSOED

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Maternal mortality is an indicator of a country’s health status. Postpartum hemorrhage is the main cause of maternal mortality. Understanding the postpartum hemorrhage risk factors useful to develop strategy in order to reduce maternal mortality. The aim of this study was to find modifiable postpartum hemorrhage's risk factors. This study used 6 steps which include formulating the research questions and objectives, searching the extant literature, screening for inclusion, assessing the quality of primary studies, extracting data, and analyzing data. The article was searched from Google Scholar and NCBI databases using bilingual keywords: "faktor-faktor, perdarahan postpartum, risk factors, and postpartum hemorrhage". There were 1736 papers founded and only 14 articles met the inclusion criteria and included in the analysis. The review revealed that anemia, age, parity, birth passage laceration, obstetric history, multiple pregnancy, placental retention, prolonged labor, atonia uteri, pre-eclampsia, pregnancy induced hypertension, section caesarian, placental complication, history of post-partum hemorrhage, episiotomy, high neonatal birth weight. Anemia is the only modifiable risk factor which may be prevented by nurses. 
Pengaruh Bermain Congklak Terhadap Memori Jangka Pendek Lansia Di Panti Pelayanan Sosial Lanjut Usia Dewanata Cilacap Septiana, Putri; Ekowati, Wahyu; Setiyani, Rahmi
Journal of Bionursing Vol 1, No 1 (2019)
Publisher : Fakultas Ilmu-ilmu Kesehatan Universitas Jenderal Soedirman

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Background. Elderly often have problems related to cognitive function, especially short-term memory. Short-term memory disorders can make the elderly become temperamental and face difficulties in social interaction. There are various ways to increase cognitive function. This study aimed to determine effect of playing congklak on short-term memory of elderly living in Dewanata Long Term Care Facility.Methods. This is a quasi experiment research with non-equivalen group design. Total sample was 28 people which divided into 2 group, control and intervention group. Short-term memory is measured by the digit span forward and backward, and the data were analyzed with the Wilcoxon test and Mann-Whitney test.Results. Majority of respondents were female and age 70 years old on average. There was a significant difference in pre and post test score in intervention group (p = 0.002), but it wasn?t found in control group (p = 0.739). Score difference in intervention group was significantly higher compared to those in control group (p = 0.001).Conclusion. Playing congklak can improve short-term memory of the elderly.
Balance Strategy Exercise versus Lower Limb-ROM Exercise for Reducing the Risk of Falls among Older People Azkia, Zakia; Setiyani, Rahmi; Kusumawardani, Lita Heni
Nurse Media Journal of Nursing Vol 11, No 1 (2021): (April 2021)
Publisher : Department of Nursing, Faculty of Medicine, Diponegoro University

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.14710/nmjn.v11i1.33229


Background: Falls are a significant health problem and the most common cause of injuries in older people. Different types of exercise have been recommended to prevent falls, including balance exercise and range of motion. However, there is a lack of evidence to compare the effect of the two exercises.Purpose: This study aimed to compare the effect of Balance Strategy Exercise (BSE) and Lower Limb-Range of Motion (ROM) exercise on reducing the risk of falls among older people living in long-term care facilities. Methods: This was a quasi-experimental study using a pre-post design without a control group. A total of 30 older adults from two nursing homes who met the inclusion and exclusion criteria participated in the study. A cluster randomization technique was used to assign the older people into either BSE or Lower-Limb ROM groups evenly. Treatment was given for 30 minutes per session, three sessions per week for three weeks. The risk of falls was measured using the Timed Up and Go (TUG) test. The paired t-test, Wilcoxon and Mann-Whitney U-test were used to analyze the data. Results: Results showed significant differences in the TUG scores before and after the intervention within both the BSE (p=0.001) and the Lower Limb-ROM group (p=0.001). However, the Lower Limb-ROM group demonstrated a significantly higher reduction in TUG score than the BSE group after the intervention (p=0.008).Conclusion: Lower Limb-ROM exercise is better to reduce the risk of falls among older people living in institutional care than BSE. This exercise can be applied as part of a fall prevention program in nursing homes.
Mentoring Kolaborasi Instruktur Klinik Berhubungan dengan Persepsi terhadap Pendidikan Interprofesi Priyandaru, Bayu Aji; Mulyono, Wastu Adi; Setiyani, Rahmi
Jurnal Keperawatan Soedirman Vol 11, No 1 (2016)
Publisher : Jurusan Keperawatan FIKES UNSOED

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Interprofessional collaboration is required to optimize health care. Interprofessional Education (IPE) is one of the strategies to prepare the collaboration skill since at educational stage. The implementation of IPE in the clinical setting can be conducted through the implementation of mentoring collaboration by CI. This study is to examine the relationship between perception of IPE and implementation of mentoring collaboration among Clinical Instructors (CI) in Banyumas Hospital. A cross-sectional study invited total of 175 CI’s to participate. Interdisciplinary Education Perception Scale (IEPS), and the modified Clinical Instructor Behavior Instrument (CIBI) were administered to measure the perception and the mentoring collaboration respectively. Results showed the majority of diploma degree in nursing (65.1 %) and over three years (77.0 %) experience as CI. Female CI population was slightly higher than the male (56.3 % compared to 43.7 %). The average score of CI’s perception of IPE was 83.63 %. Meanwhile, the average score of implementation of mentoring collaboration was 81.83 %. There was a significant relationship between perception of IPE and mentoring collaboration among CIs (p = 0.000 and r= 0.313). It concluded that there was a relationship between perception of IPE and the implementation of mentoring collaboration by CIs in Banyumas Hospital