Sang Ayu Made Adyani
Universitas Pembangunan Nasional Veteran Jakarta

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Journal : Jurnal Keperawatan Respati Yogyakarta

Kerentanan Kehamilan Remaja Dan Konseling Sebaya: Tinjauan Teori Adyani, Sang Ayu Made; Muflih, Muflih; Syafitri, Endang Nurul
Jurnal Keperawatan Respati Yogyakarta Vol 6, No 1 (2019): Januari 2019
Publisher : Universitas Respati Yogyakarta

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (49.45 KB) | DOI: 10.2016/jkry.v6i1.300

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Remaja rentan mengalami masalah kesehatan karena berperilaku yang berisiko, seperti perilaku seksual bebas. Dampak dari perilaku tersebut adalah terjadinya kehamilan remaja. Remaja mungkin sulit untuk mengutarakan masalah-masalah kesehatannya disebabkan kurangnya kosakata dan rasa malu saat membahas tentang seksual. Perawat dapat mengantisipasi atau mencegah kejadian kehamilan remaja dengan tiga tingkat pencegahan yakni pencegahan primer, skunder dan tersier. Konseling pasangan remaja tentang pilihan-pilihan yang bisa dilakukan mereka, merupakan pencegahan tersier. Konseling sebaya merupakan sebuah program pelayanan dari konselor sebaya yang efektif dalam memberikan informasi kesehatan dan membantu teman lainnya untuk mengenali masalahnya, menyadari kebutuhan untuk mencari pertolongan atas masalahnya. Konseling dengan konselor sebaya lebih disukai daripada kepada orang yang lebih dewasa, karena teman sebaya dianggap lebih mengerti permasalahannya dengan baik.
Improvement Frequency of Information Access and Anxious, Impact on The High Level of Compliance Protocol Prevention COVID-19 in Nurse Candidates Muflih, Muflih; Syafitri, Endang Nurul; Adyani, Sang Ayu Made
Jurnal Keperawatan Respati Yogyakarta Vol 7 No 2 (2020): MEI 2020
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The spread of the COVID-19 virus which has become a pandemic is thought to cause changes in health behavior in nurse candidates. The purpose of this study is to identify changes in health behavior of nursing students in the form of seeking health information and increasing anxious about the possibility of contracting the virus, which is thought to have an impact on increasing compliance with health behavior. This type of research is an online survey with cross-sectional design. Data collected from nursing students in their late teens were statistically analyzed by the correlation test. The results showed that increasing literacy in seeking information about COVID-19 cases from social media and a fairly high increase in anxious had an impact on increasing compliance with preventing the spread of the virus. However, it was found that exposure to case information did not increase anxious in respondents. The conclusion of this study is the need for increased health literacy to create compliance with the COVID-19 virus prevention protocol at the same time as an increase in anxious.