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The Evaluation of Prototype Discharge Planning Model Based on Information Technology Rr. Tutik Sri Hariyati; Efi Afifah; Hanny Handiyani
Makara Journal of Health Research Vol 12, No 2 (2008): December
Publisher : Universitas Indonesia

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Discharge Planning (DP) is very important to be conducted as is provides patient and his/her family with homecare preparation. This study aimed at identifying the implementation of DP model and evaluated the DP model. Sampel of the research was 51 nurses at Fatmawati Hospital. The Result showed that nurse’s knowledge of DP was significantly improved after the DP model was introduced (mean before = 11.6, mean after = 16.81, p.value = 0.000). CD-based DP learning was also found significantly increase the number of DP given by nurse (mean befor = 50.3, mean after = 59.33, p value = 0.000). In addition, study to nursing documentation indicated that the DP CD’s have been used by 62 patients. From the interview with nurses leaders and nurse staff it was identified that the DP CD’s were perceived as useful tool to assist DP. Accordingly, patients and their family asseserted the DP CD’s were very helpful.
Spiritual Emotional Freedom Technique Intervention to Reduce Pain in Cancer Patients Mulia Hakam; Krisna Yetti; Rr. Tutik Sri Hariyati
Makara Journal of Health Research Vol 13, No 2 (2009): December
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Spiritual emotional freedom technique (SEFT) represents an combination technique from body’s energy system and spiritual therapy by tapping at certain points of the body. SEFT focuses on certain words or sentences pronounced several times in a rhythm, follows by resignation to God as in patients’ belief. This research was aimed to explore the effect of SEFT intervention to reduce of cancer pain patients at the Dr Soetomo General Hospital in Surabaya. Quasi experimental were used in this study using pre test and post test design with control group. Samples, 20 respondents (in 2 groups) were recruited using consecutive sampling. The intervention group received SEFT intervention combined with analgesic therapy and the control group given only analgesic therapy. SEFT intervention implemented after administrating analgesic, for 5-10 minutes every day during five days. Pain was measured using numeric rating scale (NRS). The combination SEFT intervention and analgesic therapy was more effective than only analgesic therapy. SEFT can be employed for cancer patients to relieve their pain. Nursing intervention with SEFT encourages nurse’s role autonomy and steps to reduce patient’s dependency on analgesic therapy.