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Depression, Stigma, and Quality of Life among Elderly with HIV/AIDS in Bali Pendet, Ni Made Diah Pusparini; Yona, Sri; Yulia
Babali Nursing Research Vol 1 No 3 (2020): November
Publisher : Babali Health

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Introduction: Quality of life is a significant aspect of care among the elderly with HIV/AIDS. The aging process affects their physical, physiological, and social function. Depression due to perceived stigma from the community also influences their quality of life. This study aimed to analyze the correlation between depression and stigma on the quality of life among the elderly with HIV/AIDS. Methods: This was a cross-sectional study employed 67 participants were selected by purposive sampling. Results: Results showed that the majority of participants experienced depression (64.2%) and stigma (76.1%), but they are still classified on good quality of life category (64.2%). Analysis showed that there was a significant correlation between quality of life and depression, & and stigma (p=0.021, p=0.031, α=0.05). Result from logistic regression statistical analysis also revealed that stigma and depression affected the poor quality of life after controlled by gender, occupational status, education, clinical stadium, comorbidities, duration of disease, living and marital status, with the p-value 0.029 and 0.014 (CI=95%), respectively. Conclusion: Promotive and preventive efforts required to be implemented in reducing stigma on the elderly with HIV/AIDS. Screening program also would help prevent depression among this vulnerable group.
Relationship Between Knowledge Level and Community Behavior about Eradication of Mosquito Nest Daryaswanti, Putu Intan; Devi, G.A.A. Sintha Fransisca; Pendet, Ni Made Diah Pusparini; Widyanata, Komang Agus Jerry
Babali Nursing Research Vol 2 No 2 (2021): July
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Introduction: Dengue hemorrhagic fever is one of the population's health issues in Indonesia, with an increasing number of sufferers as the disease spreads. The cases rose dramatically in Panji Village, with a significant spike in cases per year. In 2018 there were 16 cases, in 2019 it increased to 177 cases and in 2020 until February 122 cases were recorded. Mosquito nest eradication is the most reliable, safe, and cost-effective method of eliminating dengue fever vectors. The aim of this study is to know relationship the level of knowledge and behavior regarding mosquito nest eradication in Panji Village. Methods: The design used was descriptive correlation with a cross sectional approach. The population of this study is the population living in the Banjar area, Dinas Dangin Pura Panji Village Sukasada, Bali with 1222 residents, after entering the Slovin’s formula, 400 samples were obtained using purposive sampling technique. The instrument used to collect data in this study was a questionnaire sent via google form. Test the relationship using the Pearson test. Results: Most people have less knowledge and behavior and when viewed from the correlation test, a significant value of p = 0.000 is obtained with a value of r = 0.524 which means that the relationship is moderate and has a positive value. Conclusion: There is a moderate and positive relationship between knowledge and behavior in the Eradication of Mosquito Nests.
Characteristics of Sleep Quality of Nursing Students in Bali During Pandemic Covid-19 Daryaswanti, Putu Intan; Pendet, Ni Made Diah Pusparini; Febianingsih, Ni Putu Eka
Babali Nursing Research Vol 2 No 2 (2021): July
Publisher : Babali Health

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Introduction: Corona Virus Disease-19 (COVID-19) has spread to 34 provinces in Indonesia. Indonesia first confirmed the case of COVID-19 in March 2020. The outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic has made the teaching and learning process shifted to distance teaching. This activity-limiting measure in response to curbing the spread of COVID-19 has caused an unprecedented change in human behavior around the world. One of the changes in human behavior is sleep. Sleep is a physiological process that is highly dependent on the environment and social and varies greatly with stress levels. This study aimed to know the characteristics of sleep quality of nursing students during pandemic Covid-19 in Bali. Methods: This study is a descriptive study using univariate analysis. The population in this study is approximately 1,500 nursing students. Sampling technique used in this research is purposive sampling with 422 sample. Data collection tools in the form of questionnaires that are used is a sleep quality questionnaire from the Pittsburg Sleep Quality Index (PSQI). Results: The results show that most of the nursing students’ age ranged from 15-25 (94.1%), female (79.1%) and currently undergoing Bachelor of Nursing education (68%) and students of Nursing in Bali mostly have poor sleep quality (97.4%). Conclusion: Students of Nursing reported to have poor sleep quality over the last month.
Respiratory Rate Difference Before and After Pursed Lip Breathing Exercise on Asthma Patient in Pulmonary Polyclinic, TNI AU DR. M. Salamun Bandung Hospital Sulistiyawati , Arie; Pendet, Ni Made Diah Pusparini
Basic and Applied Nursing Research Journal Vol 1 No 1 (2020): Basic and Applied Nursing Research Journal (BANRJ)
Publisher : Future Science

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Introduction: Asthma is a reversible disease characterized by airway obstruction which tends to relapse due to certain factors. Asthma required adequate management to minimalize the frequently of the symptoms occurred and not become a burden for its sufferers. Pursed-Lip breathing (PLB) is an effective breathing technique used in managing asthma symptoms. This study aimed to know the difference in the respiratory rate (RR) before and after the PLB exercise on the asthma patients in Pulmonary Clinic, TNI AU dr. M Salamun Bandung Hospital. Method: A quasi-experimental study with a non-equivalent control group approach was used for this experiment. Of 106 asthma patients, 51 patients who met the inclusion criteria were chosen to participate in this study. The participants were asked to do a PLB exercise based on the standard operating procedure of PLB provided by the researcher. Results: The data analysis showed that there was a significant difference in the RR before and after the PLB exercise with an average of 23.90 and 19.94 (p<0.05), respectively. Conclusions: This result indicated that PLB could affect the RR on asthma patients in Pulmonary Polyclinic, TNI AU dr. M Salamun Bandung Hospital.
A Health Policy Analysis of the Dottorota Homecare Program Pendet, Ni Made Diah Pusparini
Babali Nursing Research Vol 3 No 1 (2022): March
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Introduction: Poor health access had initiated the innovation of a homecare program in Makassar. Dottorota Home Care Program is a local program presented to improve the coverage of health care access in Makassar City, contributing to better community health status. This manuscript aimed to provide a health policy analysis of the Dottorota Home Care Program in Makassar City through the policy analysis triangle. Methods: This study enrolled the framework of policy analysis triangle to explore the Dottorota Home Care program as formulated on the Mayor of Makassar Regional Regulation Number 6 of 2016 on Twenty-Four-Hours-Home Visitation Services (Homecare) in Makassar City. Results: The policy content confined the general requirement of aims and principles; scopes; home visits (home care); rights and responsibilities of the health professionals; rights and responsibilities of the patients; coordination and collaboration; guidance and supervision; funding and closing requirement. Legal and non-legal authorities played a role as actors in the policies formulation. The legal parties consist of the Mayor of Makassar, Makassar Local Authorities, Makassar Health Department, Public Health Centers, National Government, and South Sulawesi Regional Government. Hospitals, universities, and the community played the role of non-legal parties in the policy formulation. The context of the policy comprised political and legal, social-cultural, technology development, and economic aspect. The process identified were issue identification, policy arrangement, preparation, implementation, and evaluation. Recommendation: We suggest intensive information dissemination of the program introduction and its procedure to the community.