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EKSPLORASI PERAN PERAWAT DAN AHLI GIZI DALAM PEMBERIAN NUTRISI PADA PASIEN KRITIS Angela Dwi Pitri; Suhartini Ismail; Meira Erawati
Jurnal Perawat Indonesia Vol. 3 No. 2 (2019): August 2019
Publisher : Persatuan Perawat Nasional Indonesia (PPNI) Jawa Tengah.

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Kesuksesan dukungan nutrisi pasien terletak pada kesinambungan antara terapi obat, perawatan, diet dan peran interdisipliner tim diantaranya perawat dan ahli gizi. Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk menentukan pandangan perawat dan ahli gizi tentang peran mereka dalam gizi. Penelitian kualitatif dengan pendekatan studi fenomenologis yang menghadirkan peran perawat dan ahli gizi dalam mendukung nutrisi pasien kritis melalui sumber informasi dari perawat dan ahli gizi melalui wawancara mendalam dengan teknik wawancara semi-terstruktur.Perawat menyatakan perannya sebagai 1)first line dalam dukungan nutrisi, 2)memaksimalkan asupan makan dengan modifikasi lingkungan, 3)ahli gizi sebagai konselor dan perawat sebagai asesor. Perawat bertanggungjawab agar target nutrisi tercapai meliputi kualitas dan kuantitas. Perannya sebagai first linedidefinisikan sebagai manager yang memiliki otonomi untuk mengatur pengelolaan nutrisi yang didukung oleh faktor lingkungan. Ahli gizi berperan sebagai konselor dan berinteraksi dengan perawat yang memiliki peran sebagai asesor. Perawat dan ahli gizi saling berinteraksi dan saling membutuhkan untuk mencapai satu tujuan ahir sebagai bentukkolaborasi interdisipliner. Kata kunci: peran perawat; peran multidisipliner tim; nutrisi care Abstract Exploration of nurse and nutritional role in nutrition in critical patients. The successful of nutritional support in patients lies in the continuity between drug therapy, patient care, diet and the interdisciplinary role of the team including nurses and nutritionists. This study aims to determine the views of nurses and nutritionists on their role in nutrition. Qualitative research with a phenomenological study approach that presents the role of nurses and nutritionists in nutritional support of critical patients through information sources from nurses and nutritionists through in-depth interviews with semi-structured interview techniques.The nurse stated his role as 1) first line in nutritional support, 2) who maximizing food intake with environmental modification, 3) nutritionists as counselors and nurses as assessors.The nurse is responsible for achieving the target nutrition including quality and quantity. The role as first line is defined as a manager who has the autonomy to regulate the management of nutrition supported by environmental factors. Nutritionists act as counselors and interact with nurses who have roles as assessors. Nurses and nutritionists need to interact with each other to achieve an ultimate goal as a form of interdisciplinary collaboration. Keywords: nurse's role; multidisciplinary role of the team; nutrition care
A Qualitative Study: Quality of Life in Patient with Post Stroke Attack Dewi , Ni Luh Putu Thrisna; Suhartini Ismail
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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Background: Post stroke attack, usually patient will face many diseases complaint physically, psychologically and emotionally. This affects the ability of patient to do the activity in daily lives (ADL) even it causes the decline of the quality of life post stroke attack. Purpose: Identifying the patient’s understanding regarding the quality of life deeply which they have post stroke attack. Method: the method used is qualitative study. Data collection using interview guidelines that arranged by the researcher as an open ended question and held with in-depth interview semi structure. Result: The result of this research identifying 4 main themes i.e. (1) Hampered in doing daily activities, (2) Changes the meaning of life due to physical limitations, (3) Psychological response due to loss and limitations of social relations, (4) Stroke patients require a health care professional.The result of this research shows post stroke attack patient dominant suffer physical disorders and physiology so it has an impact to the social relation in their environment. Patient’s quality of life is affected by sequelae they have. Conclusion: Patient feels limited in doing daily activities independently post stroke attack. Patient really need professional service to fix the quality of life. Recommendation: The health service needs to be improved according to the standard to prevent the sequelae to increase to help fix patient’s quality of life.
Nurses’ Resilience During Covid-19 Pandemic: A Scoping Review Hery Yuliani Astuti; Suhartini Ismail; Andrew Johan
International Journal of Nursing and Health Services (IJNHS) Vol. 5 No. 1 (2022): International Journal of Nursing and Health Services (IJHNS)
Publisher : Alta Dharma Publisher

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Introduction: During the COVID-19 pandemic, nurses should have resilience or durability can respond to complex and depressing situations. Objectives: To sum up nurses’ resilience during COVID-19. Methods: This article was written by applying scoping review method. Articles were accessed from science direct, Clinical Key, JStore, EBSCO, and Springer Link databases from March to October 2020. The keywords used were Resilience AND Nurse AND COVID-19 Pandemic. Finding: There were some findings related to nurses’ resilience, such as 1) negative resilience, 2) nurses’ resilience signs and symptoms such as anxiety, stress, and depression 3) contributing factors such as education, mental health training, adequate knowledge source, confidence in work accomplishment, active and passive coping. Conclusion: Most nurses experience negative resilience with signs and symptoms that lead to stress, depression, anxiety, and fear of some situations, such as the limited personal precaution equipment, the risk of being infected, and the fear of spreading the virus to family and colleagues. Recommendation: Nurses must immediately come up from stress to perform better healthcare for the patients by implementing strategies such as asking for social support from the closest people for further study.