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Pengaruh Edukasi Informasi Berbasis Media Sosial Terhadap Pengetahuan Kanker Payudara Pada Wanita Usia Subur Dian Anggraini; Dewi Marfuah; Gina Nurdina; Dita Zharifah
Risenologi Vol. 6 No. 1a (2021): Seminar Nasional Keperawatan-STIKEP PPNI Jawa Barat
Publisher : Kelompok Peneliti Muda Universitas Negeri Jakarta

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Breast cancer is a type of malignant tumor which is still the number one killer for women. In Indonesia, it is estimated that 51,136 women were diagnosed with breast cancer in 2015. The limited knowledge of women of childbearing age about what breast cancer is and how to detect it is one of the reasons why breast cancer continues to increase. Knowledge is very important in the prevention of breast cancer. With good knowledge, it is expected that women of childbearing age are able to motivate themselves and even those around them to do breast self-examination. One way to increase knowledge is by providing education. Providing education can be done by utilizing social media, namely Instagram. Instagram has a strong appeal to share information resources with all people. Through Instagram, respondents not only hear the material delivered but can also see posts in the form of attractive and effective images and videos. This study aims to determine the effect of social media-based information education on breast cancer knowledge in women of childbearing age. Methods: This research is a quantitative research with Pre-Experimental design with Two Group Pre-Posttest Design, the sampling technique is convenience sampling. conducted in May-July 2021, the research sample was 60 women of childbearing age. Data analysis using Paired Sample T-test and ANCOVA. There is a significant difference between the knowledge scores of breast cancer prevention in women of childbearing age. who received social media-based information education intervention compared to the group that did not get the intervention with p-value = 0.000 (p < ? 0,05). This intervention regarding social media-based information education has an effect on increasing knowledge of breast cancer in women of childbearing age.
Effect of Stress Ball on Stress and Anxiety in Hemodialysis Patients Gina Nurdina; Dian Anggraini; Herdiman; Hilda Novyanda
Jurnal Keperawatan Komprehensif (Comprehensive Nursing Journal) Vol. 8 No. Special Edition (2022): JURNAL KEPERAWATAN KOMPREHENSIF (COMPREHENSIVE NURSING JOURNAL)
Publisher : STIKep PPNI Jawa Barat

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Introduction: Chronic kidney disease patients undergoing hemodialysis therapy experience various physical and mental problems that contribute to psychological disorders such as stress and anxiety. It can affect the mental and physical components of poor quality of life. A stress ball is one of the therapies that is considered the cheapest and easiest to use for dealing with stress and anxiety. Purpose: To determine the effect of Stress Ball on Stress and Anxiety in hemodialysis patients. Methods: The research design is a quasi-experimental one-group pre and post-test. The research sample was 34 hemodialysis patients members of Komunitas Pasien Cuci Darah Indonesia Jawa Barat (KCPDI West Java) with consecutive sampling techniques. Bivariate analysis using paired t-test. Respondents were asked to squeeze a stress ball for approximately 20-30 minutes in eight successive dialysis sessions. The instruments used are the Distress thermometer (DT) and Beck Anxiety Inventory (BAI). Results: Stress ball intervention affects stress and anxiety levels in HD patients with each P-value of 0.000. The average difference between pre-test and post-test stress levels is 1.55 with the at-count value of 6.95 > t-table 2.03. At the same time, the difference between the average pre-test and post-test anxiety levels is 5.74 with an at-count value of 6.25> t-table 2.03. Conclusion: Stress ball has been proven to reduce stress and anxiety levels in hemodialysis patients. Suggestion: Stress balls can be non-pharmacological therapy to reduce stress and anxiety problems for hemodialysis patients.