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The Comparison of Work Productivity Between Nurses with Insight of Occupational Health Nursing (OHN) and of Those Without It Isak Jurun Hans Tukayo; Syaifoel Hardy
Jurnal Keperawatan Vol. 11 No. 2 (2020): Juli
Publisher : University of Muhammadiyah Malang

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (303.026 KB) | DOI: 10.22219/jk.v11i2.12107

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ABSTRACT Introduction: Occupational Health Nursing (OHN) is very important to be studied by nursing students considering the industial demands are very high on the importance of the health of workers in the future. The problem is they don't get proportional insights to OHN. This needs evidence of its effect on nurses’ work productivity. Objective: The objective is to compare the level of work productivity between nurses who have the OHN insight with those without it, working in the industrial setting. Method: The method is Comparative Study with Cross Sectional Study Design with nursing students, nurses and Indonesian nurses working abroad as the populations. The sampling technique is non-probability sampling with a total sample of 130 respondents. The data collection tool uses a questionnaire and Likert Scale, compiled based on the Health Belief Model Theory (HBM). The data were analyzed by the Paired Sample T-test to see the differences between nurses who had received OHN subject and those who had never. Result: The results show significant differences on level of understanding between nurses who have received subject material about OHN with those who have never had it, with a p-value of 0,000. Discussion: Significant productivity differences between nurses who have received lecture material about OHN and those who did not, which can be used as criticism or input for nursing education in Indonesia.
Development Analysis of Post Graduate School Program of Occupational Health Nursing (OHN), Workforce and The Challenges in Poltekkes Kemenkes Jayapura (a Case Study) Isak Jurun Hans Tukayo; Syaifoel Hardy; Moh. Saljan; I Ketut Swastika
Journal of Ners and Midwifery Vol 8, No 1 (2021)
Publisher : STIKes Patria Husada Blitar

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.26699/jnk.v8i1.ART.p071-077

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Background: According to the Central Statistics Agency (BPS, 2020), Papua is one of the poorest provinces in Indonesia with a poverty rate of 26.8%. This condition is exacerbated by the lack of educational facilities including occupational health nursing (OHN) at the postgraduate level. Even though there are several large industries in Papua that are engaged in oil exploration to wood processing. As a result, there is an imbalance between the need for OHN nursing experts and the production of nurses due to the absence of OHN postgraduate educational facilities in Papua.Destination: This article is a case study which aims to analyze the development of OHN postgraduate education programs, human resources and challenges from an Occupational Safety and Health (OHS) perspective.Method: The study used is in the form of a literature review using SWOT Analysis which emphasizes on policy issues on nursing education and its specialties, especially OHN. Data is collected from various sources, including the Ministry of Health, the Ministry of Manpower, BPPSDM, PPNI, journals from within and outside the country. Document review was conducted from January 2016 to December 2020.Result: From the results of the SWOT analysis, the research shows that the Poltekkes of the Ministry of Health of Jayapura has a very supportive potential to develop postgraduate nursing education programs in the OHN department. In addition to adequate human resources, sufficient land for practice and the availability of industrial jobs for graduates.
Nurse’s Perception of Papua Province’s Ability to Run Master Program of Occupational Health Nursing Isak Jurun Hans Tukayo; Mohammad Saljan; I Ketut Swastika; Syaifoel Hardy
Jurnal Berita Ilmu Keperawatan Vol. 15, No. 1, 2022
Publisher : Universitas Muhammadiyah Surakarta

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.23917/bik.v15i1.16219

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Industrial development in Papua Province has not been accompanied by an increase in the specialization of Occupational Health Nursing (OHN) education, despite the demands for quality health care services. The objective is to explore the nurses’ perception on managing a master's program in Occupational Health Nursing (OHN). The study methods using descriptive cross sectional design. The variables were master program of OHN as the dependent variable and nurse perception as the independent variable. The population were nurses in Papua and the sampling technique was simple random sampling. Total sample are 184 nurses as sampling with confidence level of 95% and confidence interval of 5% from 350 total population. The study used univariate data analysis which includes demographic data and respondents' perceptions of the ability of the Papuan people in implementing the program. The data collection tool was a mixed questionnaire of Likert scale processed by the SPSS (Statistical Package for Social Sciences) 25 version application and R program for sampling processing. The results show majority respondents (76.1%) were interested in continuing the OHN Master's program, and most of them (73.3%) had the perception that the province of Papua was able to run it. The research projected an initial signal that specialist education in OHN was for the benefits of workers, industries, the public, and the nursing profession.
TECHNICAL SKILLS OVERWHELMING SOCIAL SKILLS OF OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH NURSING ON TEACHING METHODS Syaifoel Hardy; Isak Jurun Hans Tukayo; Rijal Maulana; Ridha Afzal
Jurnal Riset Kesehatan Vol 10, No 2 (2021): NOVEMBER 2021
Publisher : Poltekkes Kemenkes Semarang

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The teaching of occupational health nursing (OHN) requires an emphasis on which one should be dominant between technical and social domain, as practiced in the industrial health care services. The purpose of this research is determine which skill domain is more dominant between technical and social skills in the OHN teaching-learning system. This type of study is quantitative approach with cross-sectional study design. The populations were nursing students, nursing practitioners, and nursing lecturers. The sampling technique is non-probability sampling taken online with a sample size of 130 respondents of Indonesian nurses in Indonesia. The data collection tool used a mixed questionnaire in a Likert Scale based on the Health Belief Model theory. The data were analyzed using the Paired Sample T-Test to see whether the results of this study were dominated by the technical or social skills domain. The validity and reliability test was carried out with a sample of 30 people. They were measured by looking at the r table and the Cronbach alpha value for each questionnaire statement, using the SPSS application with the Pearson Product Moment test. The T-Test result of SPSS shows 95 respondents (73.1%), perceived technical skills dominate the OHN work in industry, and 35 respondents (26.9%) in social skills, with a p-value of 0.000. In other words, the dominance of technical skills has a very close association to the teaching-learning system. The need for technical skills is much more dominant than social skills. OHN teaching needs to have an emphasis on technical skills, not the social domain.
THE INFLUENCE OF YOUTH’ UNDERSTANDING OF DRUGS TOWARDS ITS ABUSE IN THE INDONESIA-PAPUA NEW GUINEA BORDER Syaifoel Hardy; Isak Jurun Hans Tukayo; Mohammad Saljan
Journal of Islamic Nursing Vol 6 No 1 (2021): Journal Of Islamic Nursing
Publisher : Universitas Islam Negeri Alauddin Makassar

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24252/join.v6i1.21086

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A lack of understanding about drugs can have a big impact on adolescents in the border area between Indonesia and Papua New Guinea (PNG) which is known to be prone to drug transactions.This study analyzed the influence of the adolescents’ understanding in the border area of Indonesia-PNG on drug abuse and offers a solution from the perspective of Community Health Nursing. Quantitative, comparative study with cross-sectional design. The population was high school students in 4 cities (Jayapura, Boven Diegol, Keerom, and Merauke). The sampling technique was non-probability sampling with a sample size of 230 respondents. The data collection tool used a questionnaire of Guttmann and Likert scale based on Bloom's Taxonomy Theory. Data were analyzed using the SPSS application (Statistical Package for Social Sciences) Version 25 to see the differences between adolescents who understood drugs and those who did not. Low knowledge of adolescents about drug information has an effect on unfavorable attitudes by 54.6%. While the high knowledge of adolescents about drugs, the effect of a good attitude was 58.6%. This study projected adolescents' high knowledge about drugs would result in a good attitude i.e. they could avoid drug abuse. Keywords: Drugs, adolescents, community nursing.
Pre-Employment Health Screening for Nurse During COVID-19 Pandemic from Occupational Health Perspective: a Document Review Syaifoel Hardy; Isak Jurun Hans Tukayo; Edison Kabak; Akhir Fahruddin
JUMANTIK (Jurnal Ilmiah Penelitian Kesehatan) Vol 6, No 4 (2021)
Publisher : Prodi Kesehatan Masyarakat Fakultas Kesehatan Masyarakat UIN Sumatera Utara

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (415.736 KB) | DOI: 10.30829/jumantik.v6i4.9975

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The COVID-19 pandemic presents a major challenge to the pre-employment health screening system for nurses looking for jobs. For this reason, a pre-employment screening system is needed that sort it easier for all parties (nurses as prospective employees, companies, and company owners) in the health screening system. To offer a health screening system in the form of Remote Pre-employment Health Screening for nurses from the occupational health nursing (OHN) perspectives. The study used  Preferred Reporting Items for Systematic Reviews and Meta-analyses (PRISMA) Analysis with qualitative descriptive methods. The documents were extracted from Google Scholar, ResearchGate, and PubMed. The indicators included respondents (nurses), research methods (mixture of quantitative, document review, case study, opinion, and report), years (2016-2021), results (focus on pre-employment health screening), and language (English). Document search used the PICOT (Population, Intervention, Comparison, Outcome, and Time) model. The search keywords were pre-employment health screening, OHN, and Covid-19. After analyzing the documents in the database (n=702), the records were eligible (n=10), and met the requirements for review (n=7). The findings of reviewed records were that the pandemic caused a disastrous impact on the nursing profession including the need to review the pre-employment health screening system. To prepare a remote pre-employment health screening system, the study suggests organization to a three in one formula: to make a memorandum of understanding, to set health examination standards, and to create an electronic application.   Keywords: Pre-employment, health screening, OHN, occupational healthCovid-19.   
Remote Nursing Assessment for Peritoneal Dialysis Users During Covid-19 Pandemic: An Systematic Review Syaifoel Hardy; Ridha Afzal; Isak Jurun Hans Tukayo
Jurnal Penelitian dan Pengembangan Pelayanan Kesehatan Vol. 5 No. 1 (2021)
Publisher : Jurnal Penelitian dan Pengembangan Pelayanan Kesehatan (Journal of Research and Development in Health Services)

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22435/jpppk.v5i1.5351

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Abstract Chronic Kidney Disease nursing has become one of the centers of attention because of professional concerns about all the possibilities that occur in the handling of Peritoneal Dialysis (PD) users in health care centers in the era of Covid-19 pandemic. To maximize the achievement of the quality goals of nursing services, an updated nursing assessment system of PD users is needed during the pandemic. To identify changes in nursing assessment that occurred during the Covid-19 pandemic for PD users and offer a solution by creating a remote nursing assessment system. The study used an article review and PRISMA analysis. The initial 842 documents were drawn from the search engine of which 169 records extracted from Google Scholar, ResearchGate, SagePub, and Semantic Scholar. The search keywords were nursing assessment, PD users, and Covid-19. The indicators include respondents (PD users), research methods (quantitative, document review), years of publication (2020-2021), results (focus on nursing assessment during the Covid-19 pandemic), and languages (English and Indonesia). The document search used the PICOT (Population, Intervention, Comparison, Outcome, and Time). The PRISMA analysis finds remote nursing assessment during pandemic in handling PD users can be done in various health care services that have CAPD units. Yet it requires training and orientation programs. The challenges are the need for funds, time, and the readiness of human resources in which they were not mentioned in the previous researchers’ findings. Tele-PD-nursing, home delivery service, PD nursing triage, and a PD nursing dashboard are the combination of remote PD nursing management as an alternative solutions in PD users assessment during the Covid-19 pandemic era. Keywords: Remote Nursing Assessment, PD Users, Covid-19 Abstrak Keperawatan Penyakit Ginjal Kronik menjadi salah satu pusat perhatian karena kepedulian profesional terhadap segala kemungkinan yang terjadi dalam penanganan pengguna Peritoneal Dialysis (PD) di Puskesmas di era pandemi Covid-19. Untuk memaksimalkan pencapaian sasaran mutu pelayanan keperawatan, diperlukan sistem pengkajian keperawatan pengguna PD yang terupdate di masa pandemi. Untuk mengidentifikasi perubahan asesmen keperawatan yang terjadi selama pandemi Covid-19 bagi pengguna PD dan menawarkan solusi dengan membuat sistem asesmen keperawatan jarak jauh. Penelitian ini menggunakan tinjauan artikel dengan analisis PRISMA. 842 dokumen awal diambil dari mesin pencari yang 169 catatannya diambil dari Google Scholar, ResearchGate, SagePub, dan Semantic Scholar. Kata kunci pencarian adalah penilaian keperawatan, pengguna PD, dan Covid-19. Kriteria inklusi adalah pengguna PD selama pandemi, sedangkan kriteria eksklusi adalah pasien CKD tetapi bukan pengguna PD dan pengguna PD sebelum pandemi), metode penelitian (kuantitatif, tinjauan dokumen), tahun publikasi (2020-2021), hasil (fokus pengkajian keperawatan selama pandemi Covid-19), dan bahasa (Inggris). Pencarian dokumen menggunakan PICOT (Population, Intervention, Comparison, Outcome, dan Time). Analisis PRISMA menemukan bahwa pengkajian keperawatan selama masa pandemic dalam penanganan pasien pengguna PD dapat dilakukan di berbagai pusat pelayanan kesehatan yang memiliki unit CAPD. Namun dibutuhkan program pelatihan dan orientasi. Tantangannya berupa dana, waktu serta kesiapan SDM yang tidak disebutkan pada penelitian-penelitian terdahulu. Tele-PD-nursing, home delivery service, PD Nursing Triage, dan PD Nursing Dashboard merupakan kombinasi manajemen keperawatan PD jarak jauh sebagai solusi alternatif penilaian pengguna PD di masa pandemi Covid-19. Kata Kunci: Asesmen Keperawatan Jarak Jauh, PD User, Covid-19
Reflective Practice of Occupational Health Nursing During Covid-19 Pandemic: A Document Review Isak Jurun Hans Tukayo; Syaifoel Hardy; Ridha Afzal; Akhir Fahruddin; Martha Debora Korompis; Mahmood Abdulrahman Al Jaidah
Public Health and Safety International Journal Vol. 2 No. 01 (2022): Public Health and Safety International Journal (PHASIJ)
Publisher : YCMM

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (609.118 KB) | DOI: 10.55642/phasij.v2i01.135

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The Delta variant of Covid-19 is not yet completely extinct, the world is again shocked by of the new variant of Omicron, which have impact on the Occupational Health Nursing (OHN) practice. This study aims to analyze the reflection on the practice of OHN during the Covid-19 period and provide solution on the problems. This study used the document review method and PRISMA Analysis, supported by a quantitative descriptive design. The research was conducted through document search, keyword identification and article review from the Google Search Engine (n=169), Google Scholar (n=136), Research Gate (n=5), PubMed (n=10), Semantic Scholar (n= 80) and others (n=23), a total of 423 records. The three key words are reflective practice, occupational health nursing, and Covid-19. The supporting theory is Reflective Practice. The results of this study produced 8 documents that were worthy of review and 100% fulfilled the 6 key elements of OHN reflective practice, namely reflection, clinical situation or experience, promoting factors, hindering factors, and outcomes). This study recommended the need for a review of standard operating procedures of OHN related to continuing education, vaccines, safety, clinical aspects and the threat of shortage of OHNs in the midst of a pandemic.
Nursing Based Paramedics’ Perception on Their Future Career Under the Health, Safety, and Environment: A Phenomenological Study Nurhadi bin Amin; Isak Jurun Hans Tukayo; Syaifoel Hardy; Ridha Afzal
Jurnal Keperawatan Vol 14 No 2 (2022): Jurnal Keperawatan: Supp Juni 2022 "The 4th Udayana International Nursing Confer
Publisher : Sekolah Tinggi Ilmu Kesehatan Kendal

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A very common trend for nurses working in the industry in Indonesia is paramedics, where many nurses left the nursing profession and switched to health, safety, and environment (HSE). They perceived a better future career under the HSE. to explore the experience of nurses working as paramedics in industries in which they have a perception that the future of the Health, Safety and Environment (HSE) profession is better than nursing. The implication is to help provide insight into the prospects of nursing professionals scientifically and to straighten the better understanding about paramedic according to the existing laws.This study used a qualitative design with a descriptive phenomenological approach. The instrument used was a list of semi-structured interview with questions given to 13 participants by telephone or WhatsApp. The participants were Indonesian industrial nurses working as paramedics (10 nurses in Indonesia, 2 in Qatar, and 1 in Saudi Arabia). Data were collected through in-depth interviews and analyzed using thematic analysis techniques. The stages include marking keywords and ideas in the data, identifying keywords, finding themes that come from the data, compiling a coding system, and then analyzing it.Five themes were found, namely (1) perceived that the benefits at HSE were better than nursing, (2) working under HSE has a more dynamic future career plan, (3) satisfied with HSE, (4) better access to education, (5) HSE work locations were more challenging. Their perception on HSE was evidenced by 100% participants perceived better benefits, better future career plan, satisfied with their work, education access, and work location. Three out of 13 could continue their education with a dual focus, HSE and nursing were both engaged in. Paramedic is perceived more profitable than nursing, while the nursing profession can promise the same thing.