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The Increasing of Preschool Multiple Intelligences by Educative Playing Instrument Stimulation Yuni Sufyanti Arief; Ilya Krisnana; Heny Ferdiana; Praba Diyan Rachmawati
Jurnal Ners Vol. 7 No. 1 (2012): April 2012
Publisher : Universitas Airlangga

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Introduction: Multiple Intelligences can be incresed by playing stimulation with educative playing instrument. Educative playing is the activity that uses educate ways and instrument. Educative playing very important to increase speech development, cognitive, socialisation with the environment and also increse the streght and skill of child’s body.Methods: Design used in this study was quasy experiment design. The population was preschool children 4–5 years old in working area of Mojo Public Health Centre of Surabaya. The sample was preschool children 4–5 years old that spesific in inclution criteria of this study. Data were analyzed by wilcoxon signed rank test to compare the ordinal data pre and post intervention and mann withney u-test that compare between intervention group and control group with level of signifi cance of α ≤ 0.05.Results: The result of speech development that analyzed by Wilcoxon signed rank test showed that controlled group had p = 0.157 and intervention group had p = 0.005 and the result of mann whitney test was p = 0.03. The result of kinesthetic development by wilcoxon signed rank test showed that controlled group has p = 0.317 and intervention group has p = 0.005, and analyzed by mann whitney test in kinesthetic development showed the result of p = 0.02.Conclusion: Educative playing instrument (picture cards, play dough, origami and meronce) increased speech and fine motoric development of preschool children 4–5 years old in Mojo Indah Kindergarten of Surabaya. Educative playing instrument is the activity that makes the playing function optimally in child development and this activity can increase the child development such as physical, speech, cognitive and social adaptation.
RELATIONSHIP HUSBAND’S SUPPORT WITH NUTRITIONAL STATUS OF INJECTABLE CONTRACEPTIVES ACCEPTOR Ambarwati, Nining; Armini, Ni Ketut Alit; Krisnana, Ilya
Jurnal Keperawatan Vol 10, No 1 (2019): JANUARI
Publisher : University of Muhammadiyah Malang

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Hormonal contraception type injectable contraceptives increasingly popular in Indonesia because of its practical, cost-effective, and safe. Side effects of use injectable contraceptives is changes in nutritional status. Nutritional status is a measure in the assessment of nutritional fulfillment that reflects a person's health status. Changes in nutritional status are multifactorial like husband’s support. This study aims to explain the relationship between husband’s support with nutritional status on injectable contraceptives acceptor. This study used cross sectional design. The sample in this research is women of childbearing age who use injectable contraceptive of Puskesmas Gading Surabaya region obtained by purposive sampling technique. Independent variable is husband’s support. The dependent variable is the nutritional status of injectable contraceptives acceptor. The instruments in this study were questionnaires and BMI measurements. To find out the relationship, this study uses Spearman correlation test. Husband’s support with nutritional status on injectable contraceptives acceptor, obtained result p = 0,00 (r) = -0,546. The husband’s support with nutritional status on injectable contraceptives acceptor has a moderate correlation with negative correlation coefficient, it means that less respondents get support from their husbands, nutritional status will increase until they get overweight or obese. It is necessary to increase the involvement of husbands in deciding the use of contraception, so women of childbearing age of injecting contraceptives acceptor receives adequate husband’s support.
RELATIONSHIP HUSBAND’S SUPPORT WITH NUTRITIONAL STATUS OF INJECTABLE CONTRACEPTIVES ACCEPTOR Nining Ambarwati; Ni Ketut Alit Armini; Ilya Krisnana
Jurnal Keperawatan Vol. 10 No. 1 (2019): JANUARI
Publisher : University of Muhammadiyah Malang

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (308.023 KB) | DOI: 10.22219/jk.v10i1.6240

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Hormonal contraception type injectable contraceptives increasingly popular in Indonesia because of its practical, cost-effective, and safe. Side effects of use injectable contraceptives is changes in nutritional status. Nutritional status is a measure in the assessment of nutritional fulfillment that reflects a person's health status. Changes in nutritional status are multifactorial like husband’s support. This study aims to explain the relationship between husband’s support with nutritional status on injectable contraceptives acceptor. This study used cross sectional design. The sample in this research is women of childbearing age who use injectable contraceptive of Puskesmas Gading Surabaya region obtained by purposive sampling technique. Independent variable is husband’s support. The dependent variable is the nutritional status of injectable contraceptives acceptor. The instruments in this study were questionnaires and BMI measurements. To find out the relationship, this study uses Spearman correlation test. Husband’s support with nutritional status on injectable contraceptives acceptor, obtained result p = 0,00 (r) = -0,546. The husband’s support with nutritional status on injectable contraceptives acceptor has a moderate correlation with negative correlation coefficient, it means that less respondents get support from their husbands, nutritional status will increase until they get overweight or obese. It is necessary to increase the involvement of husbands in deciding the use of contraception, so women of childbearing age of injecting contraceptives acceptor receives adequate husband’s support.
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) for Improving the Quality of Life Patients Suffering Cancer Krisnana, Ilya; Kusnanto, Kusnanto; Suhardin, Saverinus
Jurnal NERS Vol 11, No 1 (2016): Jurnal Ners
Publisher : Universitas Airlangga

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20473/%oj.Ners111%y118-127

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Introduction: Cancer is a chronic disease that affects physical, psychological, social, and economic life of individual and then contributes to life quality. Psychotherapy is important in improving the life quality of cancer patients. One of psychotherapy that can be given is the implementation of ACT (Acceptance and Commitment Therapy). The aim of this study is to analyze the application of ACT in improving the life quality of cancer patients at the Puskesmas Pacarkeling Surabaya.        Method: This research method used pre-experimental with one group pre-post test design. The population of cancer patients enrolled in the Puskesmas Pacar Keling. Samples were 12 people whom are determined based on the inclusion criteria. The Independent variable is application of ACT and the dependent variable is life quality. Data collection and implementation of ACT were conducted in puskemas and home visits. The collected data was analyzed by Paired T test with significance level α=0.05. Result: Result showed that there was change in increasing life quality of cancer patients significantly after giving implementation of the ACT. The result of Paired t-test showed the life quality of patients had a significance level of p=0.000. These result demonstrate the value of p <0.05, so the research hypothesis is accepted. Discussion: It can be concluded that the application of ACT can improve the life quality of cancer patients. Health workers (nurses) need to master the implementation of the ACT as a therapeutic modality. 
Factors Influencing Mothers’ Intention to Immunize Children Younger than Five Years of Age in West Borneo: a Cross-Sectional Study Setho Hadisuyatmana; Ilya Krisnana; Muhammad Adil Sipahutar
Jurnal Ners Vol. 14 No. 1 (2019): APRIL 2019
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Introduction: Immunisations for BCG, DTP, Poliomyelitis, Hepatitis, and MMR are compulsory for children under 5 years old in Indonesia and government-provided free services. However, the available records indicated that adherence to the program remains a challenge. This study aimed to investigate factors associated with mothers’ intention to comply with the immunization program, particularly among those who had children of younger than one year old.Methods: The study was conducted through a cross-sectional analysis. Fourty-six mothers self-registered them selves as participants of this study. The data were collected through check-listed interviews, to investigate the correlations between social factors, information factors, attitude toward behaviour, subjective norm, perceived behavioural control, and intention to adhere to the compulsory immunization program. The data were then analysed using logistic regression and spearman rank test with significance level of α=0.05.Results: Mothers’ attitude, subjective norm, perceived behavioral control, and knowledge have significant correlations with the intention in completing the immunisation program for their children (respectively p = 0.009; 0.014; 0.025; 0.038). Their intention positively correlated with adherence to complete the program (p=0,002). However, other factors studied did not correlate either with mothers’ intention to adherence to the program.Conclusion: This study suggests that mothers’ intention is influenced by family members suggestions, indicating that their capacity in decision making was limited and relying to other member. Further investigation is required to unveil the underlying reasons of being non-adherence.
PENGARUH KOMBINASI TERAPI WALKING EXERCISE DAN TERAPI MUSIK KLASIK TERHADAP FATIGUE PADA PASIEN KANKER PAYUDARA: The Effect of Combination of Walking Exercise Therapy and Classical Music Therapy on Fatigue in Breast Cancer Patients Anna Rufaida; Esti Yunitasari; Ilya Krisnana
Jurnal Ilmiah Keperawatan (Scientific Journal of Nursing) Vol. 6 No. 1 (2020): JIKep | Maret 2020
Publisher : LPPM STIKES Pemkab Jombang

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Background: Fatigue is a subjective feeling of physical, cognitive, emotional fatigue related to cancer or cancer treatment and fatigue that is felt to be not comparable to the activities carried out. Side effects that occur can interfere with before weighting, during or after treatment. Walking exercise, has been recognized as one of the most effective interventions to reduce cancer-related fatigue, so this non-pharmacological treatment can be an alternative option that can be done. Music therapy can also have a positive effect on patients with breast cancer. The purpose of this study was to analyze the effect of a combination of walking exercise and classical music therapy on fatigue in breast cancer patients. Method: this study is a quasi experimental study. The study sample was breast cancer patients who visited Surabaya health centers who met the criteria of inclusion and exclusion by simple random sampling (n = 48). The independent variable in this study was a combination of walking exercise and listening to classical music. The dependent variable is fatigue. Giving intervention combination of walking exercise and listening to classical music through module media and mp3. Measurement of fatigue using BFI (Brief Fatigue Inventory). The intervention was given for 3 weeks and carried out 3 measurements (pre test and post test). Test of statistical analysis using Wilcoxone signed rank test Results: In the treatment group there were differences in the value of fatigue before and after 4 weeks of interventions with combination walking and classical music. There were differences in fatigue before and after 4 weeks of walking exercise and classical music with sig values ??<0.05. In the control group the results of the Wilcoxone signed rank test showed no significant differences in fatigue before and after the 4th week of evaluation with a value of 0.04. Conclusion: Combination of walking exercise and listening to classical music can reduce fatigue in breast cancer patients. Keywords: walking exercise, music, fatigue, exercise, classical music, Mozart
A review on reducing the incidence of postoperative ileus by chewing gum, consuming coffee or warm water post abdominal surgery Firmanti, Tria Anisa; Sukartini, Tintin; Krisnana, Ilya
MEDISAINS Vol 18, No 1 (2020)
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Background: Postoperative ileus is the main complication post abdominal surgery; it signs two or more periods of vomiting and nausea, intolerance of diet more than 24 hours, inability to pass flatus more than 24 hours, and abdomen distension. Several studies are stating that interventions chewing gum, consuming coffee, and drinking warm water can reduce the incidence of postoperative ileus.Objective: Collects the evidence for effect chewing gum, consuming coffee, and warm water to reduce postoperative ileus.Method: This systematic review is arranged based on literature studies from five databases last five years, such as Scopus, Sciencedirect, Proquest, and Oxford, with the comprehensive survey, which conducted according to the guidelines in the PRISMA. We searched for studies with the keyword "chewing gum" OR "coffee" OR "warm water" AND "postoperative."Result: We selected 215 articles from an electronic database, and 17 articles with Randomized Control Trials (RCTs) method included. The sampling of selected items in this systematic review carried for five months to 1 year, from January to December 2010 - 2017, obtained 20 to 975 samples. There was a significant effect of chewing gum, consuming coffee, and warm water reduced postoperative ileus incidence without side effects.Conclusion: Chewing gum, consuming coffee, and warm water, are effective, safe, and not expensive to reduce the incidence of postoperative ileus and improve recovery post abdominal surgery.
Metode Role play Meningkatkan Pengetahuan dan Tindakan Pertolongan Pertama Luka Pada Anak Usia Sekolah Dasar di Daerah Rawan Bencana Wirahadi Saputra; Ilya Krisnana; Iqlima Dwi Kurnia; Tiyas Kusumaningrum
Pediomaternal Nursing Journal VOL 5, NO 1 (2019): VOLUME 5 NO 1 MARET 2019
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Introduction: Knowledge and skill of school age children is still lack about first aid of wound. The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of role play methodtowards knowledge and wound first aid skill on student. The aim of experiment is to study the effect of role play method towards knowledge and wound first aid skill on student.Methods: The design used in this study was quasi-experimental quasi-eksperimental pretest-posttest control group design. The samples were gathered using simple random sampling method consisted of 50 students based on the inclusion criteria which were divided into experimental and control groups. The independent variable was  health education using role play methods and the dependent variables were knowledge and first aid wound skill. The data were analyzed by using Wilcoxon Signed Rank Test and Mann Whitney U Test with level significance α<0,05.Results: The Wilcoxon Signed Rank Test results showed that there were enhancement for knowledge (p=0.000) and first aid wound skill(p=0.000) for post intervention toward the experimental group. These data were strengthened by the result of Mann Whitney U Test statistical analysis that showed the significant differences for knowledge (p=0.000) and action application of open wounds care (p=0.000).Conclusion: It can be concluded that health education using role play methods affected knowledge and wound first aid skill on student. The suggestion for the further experiment is to compare role play methods with other health education methods to find out effective methods of health education for student.
THE EFFECT VIDEO MEDIA PSYCHEDUCATION ON ANXIETY LEVELS AND SELF EFFICACY OF TUBERCULOSIS PATIENTS IN THE TREATMENT AT PARU CENTER RSUD CILACAP Makhfudli Makhfudli; Ilya Krisnana; Rosi Arista
Critical Medical and Surgical Nursing Journal (CMSNJ) Vol. 9 No. 1 (2020): APRIL 2020
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Pendahuluan:  Masalah yang sering menyerang pasien tuberkulosis yaitu masalah psikologis seperti kecemasan dan mengenai self-efficacy yang berpengaruh pada kepatuhan pengobatan pasien. Saat ini belum ada program pemerintah yang ditujukan untuk mengatasi masalah psikologis. Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk mengetahui pengaruh psikoedukasi media video terhadap tingkat kecemasan dan self efficacy pasien tuberkulosis dalam menjalani pengobatan di Poli Paru Center RSUD Cilacap.Metode: Penelitian menggunakan desain kuantitatif dengan pendekatan quasi eksperimental with control group design yang melibatkan 25 responden kelompok perlakuan dan 25 responden kelompok kontrol.Hasil: Psikoedukasi media video secara signifikan berpengaruh dalam menurunkan tingkat kecemasan dan meningkatkan self-efficacy.Kesimpulan: Psikoedukasi media video memiliki dampak yang positif untuk mengatasi masalah kecemasan dan self-efficacy. Psikoedukasi media video mampu memberikan informasi dan manajemen kecemasan berupa teknik relaksasi nafas dalam melalui audio visual sehingga memperjelas penyajian pesan agar tidak terlalu verbalistik. Informasi yang diterima oleh pasien mempengaruhi pola pikir dan perilaku yang akan menurunkan kecemasan. Saat pasien tidak cemas pasien memiliki self-efficacy yang tinggi. Peneliti menyarankan agar dikaji lebih lanjut penilaian secara objektif terhadap tingkat kecemasan pasien tuberkulosis.
Increasing Prevention Knowledge of Sexual Violence and Emotional Maturity on Children through the Mini-Movie Media Iqlima Dwi Kurnia; Ilya Krisnana; Farida Norma Yulianti
Jurnal Keperawatan Padjadjaran Vol. 8 No. 3 (2020): Jurnal Keperawatan Padjadjaran
Publisher : Faculty of Nursing Universitas Padjadjaran

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24198/jkp.v8i3.1427

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Sexual violence against children is one of the world’s problem that has an impact on the mental, physical, and psychological conditions such as depression, fear, shame, which can lead to suicide for the victim. The level of prevention knowledge and emotional maturity in the child needs to be grown. Objective of this study was analyze the effect of mini movie on the level of knowledge prevention of sexual violence and the level of emotional maturity in school-age children. Mini movie video according to research by the American Psychological Association (APA) is an audio-visual media with message conveyed in the form of short films through hearing and sight. Mini movie contains 2 video, the first video taken from UNICEF Indonesia. The second video came from center for study and child protection (PKPA). This study used quasi experimental design with two groups and involved 85 students. The Emotional Maturity and Knowledge of Child Abuse Questionnaire used as the instrument. This research conducted used a simple random sampling technique. The research showed that mini movie media had a significant impact on the level of prevention knowledge sexual violence (p=0.000) and the level of emotional maturity (p=0.000) Mini movie media becomes a mass approach in modern era that can provide accurate information in delivering health messages for children. Education through mini movie media can stimulate children’s awareness and teacher as an effort to prevent sexual violence by increasing children’s knowledge and emotional maturity.
Co-Authors Achmad Ibrahim Ade Putrina Ade Sugih Herlambang Ah. Yusuf Alit Armini, Ni Ketut Ambarwati, Nining Amilia krisdiantini Ananda Hanna Pratiwi Anna Rufaida Annisa Mufidah Aria Aulia Nastiti Arief, Yuni Sufyanti Arik Setyani Bagus Setyoboedi Daviq Ayatulloh Dian L. Azizah Dian P. Sari Dian Perdana Fitri Mandasari Dominicus Husada Dona Muji Fitriana Dwi Adinda Mukhalladah Eka Mishbahatul Marah Has Faida Anisa Farida Norma Yulianti Farida Norma Yuliati Firmanti, Tria Anisa Florentina Sustini Gustini Gustini Hadisuyatmana, Setho Harmayetty, Harmayetty Heny Ferdiana Hidayat Arifin Ida Berliana Iqlima D. Kurnia Iqlima Dwi Kurnia Ira Rahmawati Israfil, Israfil Kristiawati Kristiawati Kristiawati Kristiawati Kusnanto Kusnanto Kusnanto Kusnanto Laeli Nurhanifah Lulut R. Siwi Makhfudli Makhfudli Maria Yashinta Seran Mar’atus Sholihah Mufidah Binti Eka Muhammad Adil Sipahutar Mukhamad Fathoni Neviaty P Zamani Nihayati, Hanik Endang Nimas Anggie Auliasari Nining Ambarwati Niswatus Sa'ngadah Noki Rama DS Nor Z. Asy’ariyah Norma Astrianingsih Nur Indah Dwi Yanti Nur Sayyid J Rummy Nursalam - Nursalam Nursalam Nurul Chayatin Nuzul Qur'aniati Nuzul Qur'aniati Olimpia de Jesus Araujo Olvinda Eka Zulfi Praba D. Rachmawati Praba D. Rachmawati Praba Diyan Rachmawati, Praba Diyan Praba Diyan Racmawati Priyantini, Diah Pudji Lestari Pudji Lestari Pupuh Satiti, Nantiya Purwaningsih Purwaningsih Restu Yogi Fahlevi Rina Wahyuningsih Risa Etika, Risa Riski Hardani Ronal S. Aditya Rosi Arista Saverinus Suhardin Saverinus Suhardin, Saverinus Sri Ratna Dwiningsih Suciati Ningsih Sulistyorini Sulistyorini Tintin Sukartini Tiur Trihastutik Tiyas Kusumaningrum Triharini, Mira Ulfiana, Elida Wirahadi Saputra Wiwin Yuli Triana Yohana A. Sitanggang Yuni S. Arief Yuni S. Arief Yunitasari, Esti Zatihulwani, Eliza Zihni