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PELATIHAN KOMUNIKASI TERAPEUTIK GUNA MENINGKATKAN PENGETAHUAN PERAWAT DALAM CARING Rika Sarfika; Esthika Ariany Maisa; Siti Yuliharni; Dewi Eka Putri; Ira Erwina; Bunga Permata Wenny; Rika Fatmadona; Dwi Novrianda
Jurnal Hilirisasi IPTEKS Vol 3 No 1 (2020)
Publisher : LPPM Universitas Andalas

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The caring behavior is the main basis that underlies the mutual help relationship established between the nurse-patient. This therapeutic relationship is built through therapeutic communication that is practiced to achieve the success of the therapeutic program. However, there are still many nurses who do not apply therapeutic communication in interacting with patients. This activity was aimed to improve nurses' understanding through therapeutic communication training for nurses at a hospital in Padang city. The implementation of this activity used method lecture, discussion, and demonstration. Learning was carried out for 8 hours effectively, before and following learning the measurement of pre-test and post-test knowledge were carried out. The number of participants as many as 20 nurses who served in the unit inpatient care room. Based on paired t-test, the results obtained were differences in the average knowledge of participants about therapeutic communication before and after training (p value = 0,000). The average difference in knowledge scores before and after training was 2.550. The results of this activity showed that learning activities using lecture, discussion, and demonstration methods were proven to increase nurses' knowledge about therapeutic communication. Therefore, it is suggested that this activity can be carried out routinely in order to improve the quality of nursing care for patients through the application of good therapeutic communication by nurses.
EDUKASI KESIAPAN PEMERIKSAAN MANDIRI PENYAKIT HIV PADA KONSELOR PENJANGKAU KELOMPOK LELAKI SEKS LELAKI DI KOTA PADANG Mahathir Mahathir; Bunga Permata Wenny; Rika Sabri; Agus Sri Banowo; Siti Yuliharni; Serly Berlian; Okky Adelirandy; Kintan Resqitha Ekaputri; T. Ramadhani
Publisher : LPPM (Institute for Research and Community Services) Universitas Andalas Padang

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Men who have sex with sex men (MSM) recognized as key population, which is currently raising significant concern because of an increase number of HIV infection. The iceberg situation is a worrying situation that must be sought for an appropriate approach in order to protect this group from HIV infection. Improvement in HIV testing should be intensified, it is important to generate an effective strategy in order to increase HIV status notification among the group. HIV self-testing (HIVST) will essentially accommodate privacy, confidentiality and personal space for stigmatized key populations. This occasion was carried out by conducting focus group discussions with MSM HIV peer councelors of Akbar Foundation a non-governmental organization in Padang Indonesia by introducing HIV self-testing kit tools and tele counselling in HIVST program implementation. In November, a focus group discussion was held to discuss the possible strategies to be possibly implemented in the program. Participants said that the use of HIVST was not generally available as prevention options for key populations, especially MSM. Most participants agreed that having more free options for HIV testing would increase the rate at which will increase motivation to get to know their HIV status. However, concerns were also expressed about the accuracy of the test and the reliability of the results due to the lack of technical knowledge on how to conduct self-testing by the population. It is important to provide a HIVST program for MSM to increase the number of serostatus check among the group.
Hubungan Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) Dengan Kecemasan Pada Mahasiswa Program A S1 Keperawatan Universitas Andalas Bunga Permata Wenny; Zela Indriani; Fitra Yeni
REAL in Nursing Journal Vol 5, No 3 (2022): REAL in Nursing Journal
Publisher : Universitas Fort De Kock Bukittinggi

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Background: Students are one of the groups that are prone to experiencing anxiety psychological problems. Anxiety in students is caused by several factors, one of which is Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs). The purpose of this study was to measure the relationship between Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and anxiety in the Andalas University A S1 student program. Methods: This research is a quantitative study with a correlational design using a cross sectional approach with a sample of 237 respondents who were selected using stratified random sampling according to the inclusion criteria that have been set. The instruments used in this study were Generalized Anxiety Disorder 7 (GAD-7) and Adverse Childhood Experiences International Questionnaire (ACE-IQ). Results: In the univariate analysis, the mean score of ACEs in Andalas University Nursing A S1 students was 2.47 with the highest mean dominance, namely neglect and the average anxiety score for Andalas University Nursing A S1 students was 8.24. Bivariate analysis in this study used the Pearson Product Moment test. Conclusion: The results showed that there was a significant relationship between Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and anxiety (p-value = 0.000) which had a positive or one-way correlation (r = 0.235) with a weak correlation strength. It is expected that educational institutions will conduct counseling programs and special interventions to prevent and overcome student problems.Keywords: Adverse childhood experiences, ACEs, Anxiety, Students, Nursing