Ridha Afzal
Indonesian Nursing Trainers

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Theoretical Perspectives of Occupational Health Nurses (OHN) career in Indonesia Syaifoel Hardy; Isak JH Tukayo; Ridha Afzal; Noor Hadi
Jurnal Berita Ilmu Keperawatan Vol. 14, No.2, 2021
Publisher : Universitas Muhammadiyah Surakarta

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.23917/bik.v14i2.13790


Background: According to the Central Statistics Agency (BPS, 2020), the number of medium-large industries in 2019 in Indonesia 30,381. This number is followed by the growth in healthcare services, which is classified as the highest among 17 existing sectors (Databoks, 2020). These opportunities and challenges prove that from the OHN employment perspective, the prospects for the OHN professionals are very promising. In terms of education where nursing specialization in Indonesia is still very limited, the career of the OHN corporate nursing profession needs to be analyzed and explored.Purposes: This review aims to enhance the understanding of OH nurses' careers in an increasingly dynamic educational environment, provides comprehensive understanding of the world of work for OHN nurses, and offers future research direction.Method: The methods used was to review three career model Career Framework, Change Model by Kotter and comparing with the competency-based by Delphi Model and Quinn Model. The results of the analysis and exploration were applied with a review of the nursing education system by the Ministry of Health, the National Education System, Ministry of Higher Education (Ristekdikti), Development and Empowerment of Healthcare Human Recources (BPPSDM), OHN Career Guide Canada and several journals of the last five years, from 2016 to 2020.Result: The review shows there is significant relationship between nursing education career paths in Indonesia and the flow and structure recommended by the three models in general nursing career, not specifically in the OHN perspectives.
Jurnal Riset Kesehatan Vol 10, No 2 (2021): NOVEMBER 2021
Publisher : Poltekkes Kemenkes Semarang

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (984.714 KB) | DOI: 10.31983/jrk.v10i2.7542


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.
Ecogreen Peritoneal Dialysis Waste Disposal System: A Case Study from The Public Health Nursing Perspectives Isak Jurun Hans Tukayo; Ridha Afzal; Martha Debora Korompis; Syaifoel Hardy; Shanti Kuswandari; David Maulana
Journal of Public Health for Tropical and Coastal Region Vol 5, No 3 (2022): Journal of Public Health for Tropical and Coastal Region
Publisher : Public Health Faculty, Diponegoro University, Semarang, Indonesia

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.14710/jphtcr.v5i3.13719


Introduction: The increased amount of Peritoneal Dialysis (PD) medical waste will harm the environment and humans around it, and so far there is no system. Many studies revealed more about how to handle medical waste. This study aims to identify hazardous and non-hazardous medical waste and to introduce an environmentally friendly PD disposal system.Methods: This research was a case study method with a descriptive design. The population and sample of PD waste were 40 patients in PD in South Sulawesi (n: 19) and Manado, North Sulawesi (n: 21), Indonesia. The instrument used was a document review with the PICO model as a filter. The instrument was used to filter reliable research documents obtained from Google Scholar for the last 5 years (2017-2022), with keywords: peritoneal dialysis, medical waste disposal, CAPD nurses. Nightingale’s Environment Theory was also used to support the analysis.Results: Collected 177 grams of PD medical waste or an average of 620 grams a day with a risk load of 6 out of 7 items. In a month, 18.6 kgs of PD medical waste will be collected. The waste is mixed (hazardous and non-hazardous) and potentially dangerous.Conclusion: This study recommended a disposal system that is not yet clear and there is no certainty about who is in charge. The combustion results can be used for ecogreen plant fertilizers where in its application it can involve public health nursing because of their close role in family and community health.
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.