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PERSEPSI GAY TERHADAP STIGMATISASI GAY OLEH PETUGAS KESEHATAN Purwaningsih, Sri; Savitri, Wenny; Sabila Rosyad, Yafi
Media Ilmu Kesehatan Vol 4 No 1: MIK April 2015
Publisher : Universitas Jenderal Achmad Yani Yogyakarta

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30989/mik.v4i1.38

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Background: The presence of gays in the community still makes heterosexual as normal sex orientation. There are unfair perceptions of heterosexual group that develop into real behaviors which are very detrimental for homosexuals group in the form of stigmatization against homosexuals. Stigmatization for gay in society also comes from health professionals when they think homosexuals conduct violation to the rule of law, social and religious values. Therefore gays tend to visit certain health care providers who are familiar with them or to hide the identity that they are homosexuals. Objective: To determine the perceptions of gays regarding gay stigmatization of health care providers. Methods: A qualitative by using snowball sampling with the total of 10 participants was applied. The Conceptual Content Cognitive Map (3CM) methods followed by interview were utilized to gather data. Results : Six themes regarding gay stigmatization of health care as perceived by gays as follows: (1) gay is a divergence and contagious; (2) being gay is normal; (3) flamboyant and hedonist personality; (4) exclusive and bad personality; (5) at high risk of sexually transmitted diseases, lack of self-control, and diseased; and (6) having good personality. Conclusion : Six themes with predominantly negative perceptions regarding stigmatization on gays by health care providers as perceived by gays describe the need of transformation of health care service to increase the quality of health of minor population like gay. Keywords : Homosexual, Perception, Stigma, Gay, and The Conceptual Content Cognitive Map (3CM)
TERAPI MUSIK DAN TINGKAT KECEMASAN PASIEN PREOPERASI Savitri, Wenny; Fidayanti, Nani; Subiyanto, Paulus
Media Ilmu Kesehatan Vol 5 No 1: MIK April 2016
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30989/mik.v5i1.44

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Background: Surgery is one of medical interventions which can cause fear, anxiety, and stressed because of its effects toward the integrity of body and soul. Nurses have significant roles in any preoperative care which is helping patients to decrease preoperative anxiety by using complementary therapy. The use of music therapy as one of the complementary therapies is not common in Indonesia. Therefore, scientific studies to prove the role of this therapy to decrease the level of anxiety of pre-operative patients is needed. Objective: To investigate the effects of music therapy in reducing anxiety levels of preoperative patients. Methods: A quasy experimental study with pre-test and post-test design with control group was applied to 50 respondents from medical ward in Panembahan Senopati Hospital of Yogyakarta who met the inclusion criteria.Dara were then analyzed by using t-test statistical analysis. Results: The control group showed the increased value of anxiety level of0.8 without music intervention (t= - 1503, df = 24, p<.05), whereas the intervention group showed the decreased value of anxiety level of -5.52 (t=5.081, df=24, p<.05). Meanwhile the independent t-test results for both groups showed a significant difference between group (t= 3,373, df=48, p<.05). Conclusion: Music therapy has significant effect in reducing preoperative anxiety levels of patients. Keywords: anxiety, preoperative, music therapy
Kompres Hangat untuk Pasca Operasi Sectio Caesarean Savitri, Wenny; R. Krowa, Yuliana R.
Media Ilmu Kesehatan Vol 2 No 1: MIK April 2013
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30989/mik.v2i1.17

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Back ground : Pain is an unpleasant emotional and sensory experience which is caused by the actual damage of body tissue. The pain experience by mother after Caesarean Section highly affects the ability of mother to take care and breast-feed the baby. It leads to dysfunctional family process. Many complementary therapies can be used to decrease patients’ pain scale. One of the therapies is warm compress technique, but unfortunately the effectiveness of this technique has not been identified in Sleman District General Hospital. Objective : The study aimed to identify the effectiveness of the warm compress technique on patients’ pain scale following Caesarean Section surgery. Method : A quasy-experiment with pre-test and post-test with control group design was utilized in this study. 15 participants who met inclusion criteria were recruited for each group. The Numerical Rating Scale is used to measure the pain scale, where the pain is measured before and after the intervention within 3 days. Data analysis used was Independent Sample t-test with p < 0.05. Result : The result of Independent Sample t-test between intervention group and controlled group is (t = -3.445, p = 0.002). The average of pain scale in the intervention group is 5.80 as compared to control group as much as 6.87 (scale of 1-10). Conclusion : Warm compress technique significantly can decrease patients’ pain scale following Caesarean Section surgery. Therefore, the practical use of this technique for such population is necessary to be implemented as one of complementary therapies in clinical setting. Keywords: Warm compress technique, pain, complementary therapy.
PENDIDIKAN KESEHATAN BERPENGARUH TERHADAP TINGKAT PENGETAHUAN KLIEN TENTANG PERAWATAN PASCA OPERASI KANKER PAYUDARA Siwu, Lusi; Savitri, Wenny; Hutasoit, Masta
Media Ilmu Kesehatan Vol 3 No 1: MIK April 2014
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30989/mik.v3i1.28

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Background: Breast cancer is a disease that can be cured if not found on the stage. More early breast cancer is found, it is very likely that healed getting bigger, but if breast cancer in the late stage found so that it must be operations appointing breast. Post-operative care importance of breast cancer to prevent complications such as infection. The lack of information about post-operative care breast cancer to motivate women to add knowledge about breast area. This information can be obtained through various media both printed and electronics. A person who would have been exposed to more information will be different than not exposed to information. With the lack of information will give an influence on the knowledge one. Objectives: To knew the influence health education in level of knowledge about post-operative care client breast cancer in Daerah Istimewa Yogyakarta. Methods: Design this research is quasi experimental design with One Group Pre test - Post test. Number of sample that is 21 respondents from hospital Panembahan Senopati in Bantul and hospital Wates. Data Analysis is analysis of univariate and analysis of test bivariate using Wilcoxon Signed Rank Test with high significance p<0.05. Results: Client level of knowledge after being given health education most good as many as 14 respondents (66,7%) higher than that before given health education that is most less than 17 respondents (81%). %). Test result Wilcoxon Signed Rank Test, the z value of -4.028 and the p value of 0.000. This shows that the ρ < 0.05 which means health education level of knowledge clients have an influence on post-operative breast cancer. Conclusion: There is influence health education level of knowledge clients in post-operative breast cancer before and after being given health education in Daerah Istimewa Yogyakarta. Keywords: Breast cancer, care, post operative, knowledge
KOMPRES HANGAT UNTUK PASCA OPERASI SECTIO CAESAREAN R. R. Krowa, Yuliana; Savitri, Wenny
Jurnal Media Ilmu Kesehatan Vol 2 No 1 (2013): Media Ilmu Kesehatan
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Background : Pain is an unpleasant emotional and sensory experience which is caused by the actual damage of body tissue. The pain experience by mother after Caesarean Section highly affects the ability of mother to take care and breast-feed the baby. It leads to dysfunctional family process. Many complementary therapies can be used to decrease patients?  pain  scale.  One  of  the  therapies  is  warm compress technique, but unfortunately the effectiveness of this technique has not been identified in Sleman District General Hospital. Objective : The study aimed to identify the effectiveness of the warm compress technique on patients? pain scale following Caesarean Section surgery. Method : A quasy-experiment with  pre-test  and  post-test  with  control  group design was utilized in  this study. 15 participants who met inclusion criteria were recruited for each group. The Numerical Rating Scale is used to measure the pain scale, where the pain is measured before and after the intervention within 3 days. Data analysis used was Independent Sample t-test with p < 0.05. Result : The result of Independent Sample t-test between intervention group and controlled group is (t=-3.445, p = 0.002). The average of pain scale in the intervention group is 5.80 as compared to control group as much as 6.87 (scale of 1-10). Conclusion : Warm compress technique significantly can decrease patients? pain scale following Caesarean Section surgery. Therefore, the practical use of this technique for such population is necessary to be implemented as one of complementary therapies in clinical setting. Keywords: Warm compress technique, pain, complementary therapy.
TERAPI RELAKSASI AKUPRESUR UNTUK MENGATASI KELUHAN MUAL DAN MUNTAH PADA IBU HAMIL Ayu Mayasari, Dyah; Savitri, Wenny
Jurnal Media Ilmu Kesehatan Vol 2 No 2 (2013): Media Ilmu Kesehatan
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Background: Nausea and vomiting are the most common symptoms in pregnancy and have affected 50-80% pregnant women. Acupressure is a science of healing by tapping, massaging, and massage the body with the intention of reactivating the energy balance in mother's body because the body adapt  to the changes that occur during pregnancy. With acupressure, especially at point pericardium 6 the balance in the body of mother can be overcome. Objective: To know the effectiveness of acupressure relaxation therapy to reducing complaints of nausea and vomiting in the first trimester pregnancy. Method: This was a quasi experimental study with Case Control design. Sample size was 22 respondents from Rachmi Maternity Hospital Yogyakarta with purposive sampling technique. Data analysis used univariable analysis and bivariable with Mann W hitney U test with a significance level of p<0.05. Results: There was a significant difference in the frequency  of  nausea  and vomiting between  treatment and control groups. The decreased of frequency of nausea and vomiting in the treated group was higher than the control group (p =0.026). Conclusion: Acupressure therapy  i s effective  in  reducing  t h e  complaints  of  nausea and vomiting in first trimester pregnancy at Rachmi Maternity Hospital Yogyakarta. Provide acupressure therapy to pregnant women who complained of nausea and vomiting in trimester I. Create a regular schedule acupressure therapy. Measure the levels of HCG, the hormone endorphin, intestinal peristalsis, the intensity and duration of nausea and vomiting. Keywords : Acupressure, nausea vomiting, pregnancy
PENDIDIKAN KESEHATAN BERPENGARUH PADA TINGKAT PENGETAHUAN KLIEN TENTANG PERAWATAN PASCA OPERASI KANKER PAYUDARA Siwu, Lusi; Savitri, Wenny; Hutasoit, Masta
Jurnal Media Ilmu Kesehatan Vol 3 No 1 (2014): Media Ilmu Kesehatan
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Background: Breast cancer is a disease that can be cured if not found on the stage. More early breast cancer is found, it is very likely that healed getting bigger, but if breast cancer in the late stage found so that it must be operations appointing breast. Post-operative care importance of breast cancer to prevent complications such as infection. The lack of information about post-operative care breast cancer to motivate women to add knowledge about breast area. This information can be obtained through various media both printed and electronics. A person who would have been exposed to more information will be different than not exposed to information. With the lack of information will give an influence on the knowledge one. Objectives: To knew the influence health education in level of knowledge about post-operative care  client breast cancer in Daerah Istimewa Yogyakarta. Methods: Design this research is quasi experimental design with One Group Pre test - Post test. Number of sample that is 21 respondents from hospital Panembahan Senopati in Bantul and hospital Wates. Data Analysis is analysis of univariate and analysis of test bivariate using Wilcoxon Signed Rank Test with high significance p<0.05. Results: Client level of knowledge after being given health education most good as many as 14 respondents (66,7%) higher than that before given health education that is most less than 17 respondents (81%). %). Test result Wilcoxon Signed Rank Test, the z value of -4.028 and the p value of 0.000. This shows that the ? < 0.05 which means health education level of knowledge clients have an influence on post-operative breast cancer. Conclusion: There is influence health education level of knowledge clients in post-operative breast cancer before and after being given health education in Daerah Istimewa Yogyakarta. Keywords: Breast cancer, care, post operative, knowledge
TERAPI MUSIK EFEKTIF DALAM MENURUNKAN KECEMASAN PASIEN PRE OPERASI Fidayanti, Nani; Savitri, Wenny; Subiyanto, Paulus
Jurnal Media Ilmu Kesehatan Vol 3 No 3 (2014): Media Ilmu Kesehatan
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Background: Surgery is one of the medical interventions, which can cause fear, anxiety, and stress due to its effects toward the body and soul integrity. Nurses have significant roles in pre-operative care by helping patients to decrease pre-operative anxiety. One of the methods is by using complementary therapy. The use of music therapy is not common in Indonesia. Therefore, scientific studies to prove the role of this therapy  to decrease the level of anxiety of preoperative patients in needed. Objective: To investigate the effects of music therapy in reducing anxiety levels of preoperative patients. Methods: The study was a quasy experimental study with pre and post-test design. The samples were selected with a non-probability sampling along with a purposive sampling technique. The amount  of samples in this study was 50 respondents. Results: Statistical test used in this research was paired sample t-tests involved the control and intervention groups. The control group showed the average value of the increased of anxiety level of 0.8 without any intervention of music therapy with t = -1503, df = 24, p <0.05. Whereas the avarage value of the decreased of anxiety level was -5.52 with t=5.081, df=24, p<0.05. Meanwhile the independent t- test results for both groups showed a significant difference between mean value of the anxiety level (t= 3,373, df = 48, p <0.05). Conclusion: Music therapy has a significant effect in reducing preoperative anxiety levels of patients. Keywords: Anxiety, preoperative, music therapy
PERSEPSI GAY TERHADAP STIGMATISASI GAY OLEH PETUGAS KESEHATAN Sabila Rosyad, Yafi; Savitri, Wenny; Purwaningsih, Sri
Jurnal Media Ilmu Kesehatan Vol 4 No 1 (2015): Media Ilmu Kesehatan
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Background: The presence of gays in the community still makes  heterosexual  as  normal  sex  orientation. There are unfair perceptions of heterosexual group that develop into real behaviors which are very detrimental for homosexuals group in the form  of  stigmatization  against  homosexuals.  Stigmatization for gay in society also comes from health professionals when they think homosexuals conduct violation to the rule of law, social and religious values. Therefore gays tend to visit certain health care providers who are familiar with them or to hide the identity that they are homosexuals. Objective: To determine the perceptions of gays regarding gay stigmatization of health care providers. Methods: A qualitative by using snowball sampling with the total of 10 participants was applied. The Conceptual Content Cognitive Map (3CM) methods followed by interview were utilized to gather data. Results : Six themes regarding gay stigmatization of health care as perceived by gays as follows: (1) gay is a divergence and contagious; (2) being gay is normal; (3) flamboyant and hedonist personality; (4) exclusive and bad personality; (5) at high risk of sexually transmitted diseases, lack of self-control, and diseased; and (6) having good personality. Conclusion : Six themes with predominantly negative perceptions regarding stigmatization on gays by health care providers as perceived by gays describe the need of transformation of health care service to increase the quality of health of minor population like gay. Keywords : Homosexual, Perception, Stigma, Gay, and The Conceptual Content Cognitive Map (3CM)
KOMUNIKASI TERAPEUTIK PERAWAT PADA PASIEN KANKER DI RSUD PANEMBAHAN SENOPATI BANTUL YOGYAKARTA Sofianingtyas, Lailli; Savitri, Wenny; Hutasoit, Masta
Jurnal Media Ilmu Kesehatan Vol 4 No 2 (2015): Media Ilmu Kesehatan
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Background: Therapeutic communication is communication that facilitates recovery of the patient and it is a kind of planned communication. Therapeutic communication also becomes a good instrument to build relationship between health staff and patient. Besides physical problem, the cancer patients have to face psychological problem due to their illness. Therefore, as medical staff who continuously by site of with the patients in hospital, their capability for therapeutic communication is absolutely required. Objective: To get an overview of therapeutic communication of nurses with cancer patients at Panembahan Senopati Hospital Bantul Yogyakarta. Method: The studi used descriptive observation design and total sampling techniques. There were 26 respondents, i.e. nurses working at Nusa Indah 2 and Melati Ward of Panembahan Senopati Hospital Bantul Yogyakarta. Data were obtained through checklist observation guide and analyzed using percentage formula. Result: Therapeutic communication of nurses at orientation phase was adequate (84.6%), at work phase was adequate (92.3%), at termination phase was adequate (73.1%). All of the nurse therapeutic communication phases were majority adequate (92,3%). Conclusion: Therapeutic communication of the nurses at Panembahan Senopati Hospital Bantul Yogyakarta belonged to adequate category. The result of the studi suggested that the practice of therapeutic communication be improved. Training on therapeutic communication should be conducted periodically. Keywords: Therapeutic communication, cancer patients