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Description of Character Shift of Nursing Students During the Covid-19 Pandemic Era: A Review Edison Kabak; Yoel Halitopo; Nuriati Sarlota Auparai; Noor Hadi
International Journal of Advanced Health Science and Technology Vol. 2 No. 2 (2022): April
Publisher : Forum Ilmiah Teknologi dan Ilmu Kesehatan (FORITIKES)

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.35882/ijahst.v2i2.2


The Covid-19 pandemic, directly or indirectly, according to many studies has proven to have caused a shift in the character of nursing students. The purpose of this study is to identify the types of nursing students’ character shifts that occurred during the Covid-19 pandemic and how to manage them. The implication of this study is to contribute the management of handling a shift in the character of nursing students during the pandemic. This study used a document review and was supported with the PRISMA Analysis. The document was screened from 1,583,100 records in the Google search engine. The core documents were filtered through Google Scholar, PubMed, Semantic Scholar, and Other Sources. The keywords used for the search include management, nursing education, character shift, nursing students, and the Covid-19 pandemic. The PRISMA Analysis design provides indicators to be more focused in the search that includes respondents’ character shift, research methods (quantitative), research quality, surveys, document reviews, publication year (2020-2021), results (the focus of shifting character of nursing students during the Covid-19 pandemic), and the language (English). This study review was supported by the PICOT (Population, Intervention, Comparison, Outcome, and Time) model as the instrument to help the screening for quality records. Results showed the total documents out of 1.583.100 records, 108 records were screened, and 21 records were eligible (n=21) that met the requirements for review, i.e. from Google Scholar (n=8), PubMed (n=5), Semantic Scholar (n=4), and Other Sources (n=4). The study conclusion suggested the need for a character shift program for nursing students during the Covid-19 pandemic. The problems that have been found in the 21 review documents of character shifts in nursing students are mental/psychological shifts, shifts in learning/learning methods, shifts in attitudes, and shifts in lifestyle. The results of this study showed there were 15 journals that met the criteria for PRISMA analysis and 100% of the PICOT model in which they also indicated that there were shifting of nursing students’ characters during the covid-19 pandemic
Jurnal Penelitian Keperawatan Kontemporer Vol 1 No 2 (2021): Juli 2021
Publisher : Program Studi S1 Ilmu Keperawatan dan Ners IKBIS Surabaya

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.59894/jpkk.v1i2.254


Background: Continuous Ambulatory Peritoneal Dialysis (CAPD) patients deserve special attention due to metabolic changes in response to Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) which affects their nutritional status. Assessment of nutritional status through screening carried out by Peritoneal Dialysis (PD) nurses is expected to be able to improve nutritional status and avoid complications of malnutrition. Purposes: This review and meta-analysis were carried out to determine whether there is a clinical advantage as the impact to do the nutritional screening to CAPD users. Method: The method used was critical document review of PRISMA Analysis as a systematic review through 103 document searches, identifying keywords, and reviewing articles from Google Scholar, Research Gate, and PubMed. Characteristics of the studies under the search were: nursing on CAPD users, CKD cases, nutrition assessment, roles of CAPD nurses, and nutritional screening methods. Result: Out of 103 records under the search protocol, records screened (n=64), Google Scholar: (n:36), Research Gate (n:12), PubMed (n:12), records removed (n=61), retrieved (n=41), assessed for eligibility (n-21) and records included in the study review (n=17). By using meta-analysis, 21 records were under Included of PRISMA and the studies demonstrate clinically and professionally beneficial. The study suggests Subjective Global Assessment (SGA) screening method for CAPD patients to be used by CAPD nurses.
Analisis Faktor-faktor yang Mempengaruhi Integritas Akademik Mahasiswa Keperawatan Edison Kabak
JOEAI:Journal of Education and Instruction Vol 3 No 2 (2020): JOEAI (Journal of Education and Instruction)
Publisher : Institut Penelitian Matematika, Komputer, Keperawatan, Pendidikan dan Ekonomi (IPM2KPE)

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31539/joeai.v3i2.1380


The purpose of this study was to determine the factors that influence the academic integrity of Nursing students of the Health Polytechnic Health Polytechnic of Jayapura. In this research, the writer uses quantitative descriptive method. The population as well as the sample in this study were all students of the Nursing Education Program, totaling 176 students from semesters I, III and V. The method of analysis used was multiple regression analysis. The results showed; (1) The average score of 176 respondents on academic integrity is 3.64. This means that the academic integrity of Wamena Nursing Study Program students is high. (2) The average value of respondents on external factors is 3.95. This means that the student's external factors are classified as high (3) The average value of the respondents on internal factors is 4.34. This means that the student's internal factors are classified as Very High (4) External factors have a significant effect on academic integrity as evidenced by the value of Sig = 0.000 <0.05. Internal factors also have a significant effect on academic integrity as indicated by the value of Sig = 0.000 <0.05. Conclusions, external and internal factors have a significant effect on the academic integrity of Nursing students in the Health Polytechnic Nursing Education Program at the Ministry of Health in Jayapura. Keywords: internal factors, external factors, academic integrity
International Journal of Social Science Vol. 2 No. 1: Juni 2022
Publisher : Bajang Institute

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.53625/ijss.v2i1.2313


Five regions in Papua province, namely Jayawijaya, Tolikara, Lanny Jaya, Nduga, and Dogiyai, have a high prevalence of stunting above the national figure. As part of the national strategy, empowering health students to reduce the prevalence of stunting through anthropometric measurements is very important. The purpose of this study was to identify the practical steps of students in anthropometric activities as part of handling stunting cases in Papua. This research used a case study method with a descriptive design. The sample was stunting cases in various regions in Papua province. The method used in case identification was the Blueprint Test of case management assessment with a standard nursing process of Orlando. The data was obtained from scientific journals at Google Scholar that has a DOI (Digital Object Identifier) ​​or published in reputable journals (national or international) which were analyzed using the PICOT model. The results of the PICOT analysis showed three main problems that need to be prioritized in the involvement of practical students related to anthropometric measurements. Those problems include debriefing through training, cross-sectoral collaboration driven by the campus, and program realization. This study recommended an anthropometric measurement program for stunting cases in the form of curriculum evaluation in local content, cross-sectoral collaboration, and program implementation by considering local wisdom.
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


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.   
The Correlation between Self-Concept and Motivation Towards Nursing Students’ Achievement During Covid-19 Pandemic Edison Kabak; Nuriati Sarlota Auparai; Yoel Halitopo
Malahayati Nursing Journal Vol 4, No 8 (2022): Volume 4 Nomor 8 2022
Publisher : Universitas Malahayati Lampung

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33024/mnj.v4i8.6733


ABSTRACT Education is one of the sectors hardest hit during the COVID-19 pandemic. The effect is not only on the application of online learnings due to social distancing restrictions. But also on changes in the level of motivation that affect their learning achievement. In the long term, the phenomena will harm the students, lecturers, campus management, and various other parties. The objective is to examine students' self-concept and learning motivation during the Covid-19 pandemic and test whether it has a correlation with academic achievement and provide a possible solution. The method was quantitative with a descriptive-analytic design and cross-sectional approach. The main data collected was from the evaluation of 5 subjects before and during the Covid-19 pandemic and the analysis of the questionnaire. The sampling technique was non-probability sampling with a sample of nursing students in semester V, 57 respondents. Both data were collected from December 2020 to February 2021 in Wamena, Papua. The data collection tool used a standard questionnaire by Fitts designed in a Likert scale, focusing on self-concept and motivation. Data were analyzed using the application software SPSS (Statistical Package for Social Sciences) Version 25. The results were 30 respondents (52.6%) with student self-concept in the positive category and 26 respondents (45.6%) students who had achievement motivation to study in the good category with p-value = 0.000 (<0, 05) so that Ho is rejected, which means that there is a significant influence between self-concept on learning achievement motivation. Keywords: Self-Concept, Nursing Students, Learning Motivation
Average Recovery Time Between Papua and Non Papuan People on Covid-19 Edison Kabak; Isak Jurun Hans Tukayo; Guruh Suprayitno; Yoel Halitopo; Nuriati Sarlota Auparai
Jurnal Keperawatan Vol 14 No 2 (2022): Jurnal Keperawatan: Juni 2022
Publisher : Sekolah Tinggi Ilmu Kesehatan Kendal

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Many research results reveal that the average recovery time of patients exposed to the Covid-19 pandemic is between 2 weeks to one month. There are many factors that affect a speedy recovery. However, there is no agreement as to whether race or ethnicity affects the accelerated healing process. To find out the comparison ofaverage recovery time between Papuans and non-Papuans exposed to Covid-19. The implications of this study may provide additional evidence of differences in recovery time between ethnicities from a nursing perspective. Used qualitative with descriptive design. The steps include identifying phenomena that exist in the community, seeking scientific references, determining respondents (14 people, 6 nurses and 8 clients each, Papuan and non-Papuan), coding, conducting semi-structured in-depth interviews, and analyzing problems comprehensively. descriptive. This research can be carried out during the Covid-19 pandemic.19in Papua Province. Description, analysis, and discussion supported by scientific journals for the last five years (2017-2022), taken from Google Scholars. Semi-structured interviews were conducted online due to restrictions during the pandemic. This study underscores four problems, namely factors that affect healing, supporting health facilities, the presence of comorbidities, and lifestyle. Our findings show that there is no difference in the length of the recovery process between Papuans and non-Papuans from Covid-19.