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Jurnal Keperawatan Indonesia
Published by Universitas Indonesia
ISSN : 14104490     EISSN : 23549203     DOI : https://doi.org/10.7454/jki
Core Subject : Health,
Focus and Scope Jurnal Keperawatan Indonesia (JKI, or Nursing Journal of Indonesia) contributes to the dissemination of information related to nursing research and evidence-based study on urban nursing issues in low-middle income countries. The scope of this journal is broadly multi-perspective in nursing areas such as Nursing Education, Clinical Practice, Community Health Care, Management and Health System, Health Informatics, and Transcultural Nursing, with a focus on urban nursing issues in low-middle income countries. JKI is committed to communicating and being open to the discussion of ideas, facts, and issues related to health across a wide range of disciplines. The journal accepts original research articles, synthesized literature, and best practice reports or case reports that use the quantitative, qualitative, or mixed-method approach. JKI adheres to journalistic standards that require transparency of real and potential conflicts of interest that authors and editors may have. It follows publishing standards set by the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors (ICMJE), the World Association of Medical Editors (WAME), and the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE). Letters and commentaries about our published articles are welcome. All submitted contributions will undergo a blind peer-review process according to appropriate criteria.
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Domain Fungsi Kognitif setelah Terapi Stimulasi Kognitif Renata Komalasari
Jurnal Keperawatan Indonesia Vol 17, No 1 (2014): March
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.7454/jki.v17i1.372

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Analisis Faktor yang Memengaruhi Kualitas Hidup Anak Thalassemia Beta Mayor Dini Mariani; Yeni Rustina; Yusran Nasution
Jurnal Keperawatan Indonesia Vol 17, No 1 (2014): March
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.7454/jki.v17i1.375

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Thalasemia ß termasuk penyakit yang memerlukan pengobatan dan perawatan yang berkelanjutan. Hal tersebut berdampak terhadap kualitas hidup anak. Tujuan  penelitian untuk mengidentifikasi dan menjelaskan faktor yang memengaruhi kualitas hidup anak dengan thalasemia beta mayor. Penelitian ini menggunakan rancangan cross sectional, dengan jumlah sampel sebanyak 84 responden yang berasal dari dua rumah sakit. Hasil penelitian menunjukkan terdapat hubungan antara kualitas hidup dengan kadar  Hb  pre-transfusi (p= 0,003, α= 0,05), dukungan keluarga (p= 0,003, α= 0,05) dan  penghasilan (p= 0,046, α= 0,05). Hasil multivariat didapatkan bahwa kadar Hb pre-transfusi merupakan faktor yang paling memengaruhi. kualitas hidup anak. Rekomendasi dari penelitian ini adalah perlu dilakukan penelitian lanjutan dengan waktu yang lebih lama dan mengembangkan variabel-variabel lain yang belum diteliti.  Abstract Analysis Factors Affecting the Quality of Life of Children Beta Thalassemia Mayor. Beta thalasemia is a disease that requires sustainable medication and treatment. Iit affects on the quality of life of children. The purpose of this study to identified and explained factors that affect the quality life of children  with beta  thalasemia  major. This study used cross-sectional design, with a sample 84 respondents from two hospitals. The results showed a significant relations between quality of life  with  pretransfusi  Hb levels (p= 0,003; α= 0,05),  family support (p= 0,003; α= 0,05), and income (p= 0,046; α= 0,05). Multivariate results obtained that pretransfusi Hb levels are the most affecting factors. Recommendations from  this  study  is  necessary  to study  further with a  longer  of  time  and   develop   other  variables  that  have not been studied.  Keywords: child’s quality of life, thalasemia
Kajian Kelompok Risiko Tinggi: Studi Pendahuluan Pengembangan Model Pengendali Prevalensi Penyakit Kardiovaskular Wiwit Nurwidyaningtyas; Siti Kholifah; Aditya Rahma
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.7454/jki.v17i1.369

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Peningkatan kasus penyakit kardiovaskular (PKV) baik pada kelompok penyakit jantung koroner atau Cerebrovascular Attack (CVA) perlu mendapat perhatian mengingat kecenderungan pergeseran usia serangan. Tindakan pencegahan perlu dilakukan sedini mungkin. Penelitian deskriptif eksplorasi ini mengkaji kelompok risiko tinggi untuk dikategorikan derajat risikonya dengan  Framingham Risk Score (FRS) 10 years. Kajian ini dilakukan pada 25 orang responden yang termasuk kelompok berisiko di Malang Raya.Terdapat  64% yang termasuk dalam kategori risiko sangat rendah, 20% risiko sedang, dan masing-masing 8% kategori risiko rendah dan tinggi mengalami serangan PKV dalam 10 tahun yang akan datang. Fakor risiko PKV hampir selalu melekat dengan gaya hidup masyarakat yang berlangsung lama, tidak disadari, dan sulit untuk diubah  dan dikondisikan dengan belum terbiasanya istilah  identifikasi kelompok risiko melalui FRS 10 Years. Penting dibentuk model kepemimpinan komunitas yang kuat di masyarakat untuk mengidentifikasi faktor risiko, bekerjasama dengan tenaga kesehatan untuk melakukan manajemen faktor risiko sehingga prevalensi PKV dapat ditekan. Hal ini akan berimplikasi pada penghematan biaya hospitalisasi akibat PKV. AbstractHigh Risk Group Study: a Preliminary Study for Developing Model for Controlling Cardiovascular Disease. The increasing cases of Cardiovascular Disease (CVD) both of coroner attack or Cerebrovascular Attack (CVA) needs more attention since there is a tendency the occurance of onset shift based on age, which are always based on lifestyle. This disease can be identified with Framingham Risk Score 10 years. The aim of this study was to explore non healthy life style and to identify risk group categories with the  FRS 10 years  approach. This research was conducted in a  risk group of 25 respondents in Malang region selected using accidental sampling technique. 64 % respondents of high risk group were categorized as very low risk of CVD onset tendency for the next 10 years; 20 % respondents were in the medium category, whereas 8% of each was categorized in low and high risk category of CVD onset tendency for the next 10 years. CVD risk factors were in line with people’s lifestyle in a long period. It was not recognized and it was hard to be changed. Yet, it was in line with unfamiliar phenomenon of  risk group identification through FRS 10 years. Therefore it is important to build strong community leadership models in the community to identify the risk factors and together with health workers perform its management to prevent  the prevalence of CVD risk factors so that the costs of hospitalization due to CVD can be reduced. Keywords: FRS 10 Years, Leadership, CVD
Peningkatan Berat Badan Bayi melalui Pemijatan Ummi Kalsum
Jurnal Keperawatan Indonesia Vol 17, No 1 (2014): March
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.7454/jki.v17i1.371

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Persepsi Perawat Pelaksana terhadap Budaya Organisasi dan Kinerja Ria Utami Panjaitan; Budi Anna Keliat; Besral Besral
Jurnal Keperawatan Indonesia Vol 17, No 1 (2014): March
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.7454/jki.v17i1.376

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Mutu pelayanan di rumah sakit tak lepas dari kinerja sumber daya manusia keperawatan. Setiap organisasi memiliki budaya yang merupakan faktor penting yang menentukan keberhasilan organisasi  dalam mencapai tujuannya. Penelitian yang bertujuan untuk mengidentifikasi hubungan antara persepsi perawat pelaksana tentang budaya organisasi dengan kinerjanya di ruang rawat inap sebuah RS di Bogor ini, merupakan penelitian cross sectional yang melibatkan 113 perawat. Instrumen yang digunakan adalah instrumen budaya organisasi dan kinerja yang telah dimodifikasi. Sebanyak 79.6% perawat pelaksana mempersepsikan kinerjanya baik dan 85% mempersepsikan budaya organisasinya baik. Perawat pelaksana yang berpersepsi baik terhadap organisasinya, mereka juga berkinerja lebih baik. Karakteristik perawat pelaksana dan persepsi perawat pelaksana terhadap budaya organisasi tidak berhubungan dengan kinerja. Budaya organisasi yang sudah baik dankinerja yang optimalperlu dipertahankan dengan selalu mengevaluasi tiap komponennya,baik oleh manajemen maupun individu keperawatan. Abstract The Nurse Practitioners’ Perception on OrganizationalCulture and Work Performance. The quality of hospital services is supported by several aspects, including the work performance of human resources in nursing. Every organization has a culture which is an important factor that determines the success of the organization in achieving its goals. The research aimed to identify the relationship between the perceptions of nurses about the organizational culture with theirwork performance in inpatient ward at a hospital in Bogor, a cross-sectional study involving 113 nurses. The instrument used was the modified instrument of organizational culture and work performance. A total of 79.6% of nurses perceiving good performance and 85% perceive the organizational culture good. Nurses who have good perception for the organizational cultura, they also perform better. Characteristics of nurses and nurses’ perceptions of the organizational culture is not related to the work performance.Good organizational and optimum work performance need to maintain with evaluating each its component. Keyword: nurse practitioners, organizational culture, work performance

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