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Babali Nursing Research
Published by Babali Health
ISSN : 27766993     EISSN : 27215989     DOI : https://doi.org/10.37363/bnr
Core Subject : Health,
The Babali Nursing Research provides a forum for original research and scholarship about health care delivery, organisation, management, workforce, policy and research methods relevant to nursing, midwifery and other health related professions. The BNR aims to support evidence informed policy and practice by publishing research, systematic and other scholarly reviews, critical discussion, and commentary of the highest standard. The journal particularly welcomes studies that aim to evaluate and understand complex health care interventions and health policies and which employ the most rigorous designs and methods appropriate for the research question of interest. The journal also seeks to advance the quality of research by publishing methodological papers introducing or elaborating on analytic techniques, measures, and research methods.
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The Influence of Massage on Sleep Quality in Children's Pre-School Suhariati, Hindyah Ike; Yuswatiningsih, Endang
Babali Nursing Research Vol 1 No 3 (2020): November
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Introduction: Sleep disturbance is one of the problems that is often encountered in preschool children. About 44,2% of preschoolers experience sleep disorders. Sleep disorders can affect children's behavior and emotions, cause drowsiness during the day, reduce children's attention at school, get tired easily, reduce physical activity, reduce memory, children become fussy and temper tantrums. The purpose of this study is to analyze the effect of giving massage to sleep quality in preschool children in a Kindergarten in Lawang Hospital. Methods: The design in this study is the Pre-Experiment (Pre and Post-test design). The Affordable population is all preschool age children in a Kindergarten in Lawang who have 45 sleep disorders, the sample in this study amounted to 35 children. The sampling technique used was Simple Random Sampling. Analysis of paired data (pre and post-test) on sleep quality variables used the Wilcoxon test. If the statistical test results obtained p <0.05, then H1 is accepted, it means the research hypothesis is accepted. Results: The results showed the quality of sleep before giving massage mostly poor, the quality of sleep after giving massage is mostly good, there is an effect of giving massage to the quality of sleep in preschool children in a Kindergarten in Lawang. Conclusion: The study concludes that there is an effect of giving massage to the quality of timber in preschool children in a Kindergarten in Lawang.
The Correlation of Hemodynamic Status and Oxygen Saturation with The Level of Consciousness in Head Injury Patients Kumalasari, Nuril; Marsaid; Palupi, Lingling Marinda
Babali Nursing Research Vol 1 No 3 (2020): November
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Introduction: Head injury is a traumatic disorder caused by the mechanical strength of a blunt object or penetration that can cause temporary or permanent changes in tissue function and structure. The latest developing concept on poor prognosis among head injury patients was occur related to the secondary injuries, where there was an increase in intracranial, cerebral ischemia, and decreased consciousness. The important thing in the management of head injuries is to maintain hemodynamic stability and to prevent hypoxia by maintaining oxygen saturation >95%. The purpose of this study was to analyze the correlation of hemodynamic status and oxygen saturation with the level of consciousness in head injury patients at RSUD Mardi Waluyo, Blitar. Methods: The research used correlational analytical with a cross-sectional design. The sampling technique used consecutive sampling within a total sample of 30 respondents. Spearman's test was used for data analysis. Results: The results showed a correlation between mean arterial pressure (p-value = .004), respiratory rate (p-value = .000), body temperature (p-value = .017), and oxygen saturation (p-value = .000) with level of consciousness (GCS) respectively. Conclusion: It can be concluded that mean arterial pressure, respiratory rate, body temperature, and oxygen saturation can affect the level of consciousness (GCS). There was a need to improve hemodynamic and oxygen saturation monitoring to prevent the bad prognosis in head injury patients at RSUD Mardi Waluyo, Blitar.
Depression, Stigma, and Quality of Life among Elderly with HIV/AIDS in Bali Pendet, Ni Made Diah Pusparini; Yona, Sri; Yulia
Babali Nursing Research Vol 1 No 3 (2020): November
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Introduction: Quality of life is a significant aspect of care among the elderly with HIV/AIDS. The aging process affects their physical, physiological, and social function. Depression due to perceived stigma from the community also influences their quality of life. This study aimed to analyze the correlation between depression and stigma on the quality of life among the elderly with HIV/AIDS. Methods: This was a cross-sectional study employed 67 participants were selected by purposive sampling. Results: Results showed that the majority of participants experienced depression (64.2%) and stigma (76.1%), but they are still classified on good quality of life category (64.2%). Analysis showed that there was a significant correlation between quality of life and depression, & and stigma (p=0.021, p=0.031, α=0.05). Result from logistic regression statistical analysis also revealed that stigma and depression affected the poor quality of life after controlled by gender, occupational status, education, clinical stadium, comorbidities, duration of disease, living and marital status, with the p-value 0.029 and 0.014 (CI=95%), respectively. Conclusion: Promotive and preventive efforts required to be implemented in reducing stigma on the elderly with HIV/AIDS. Screening program also would help prevent depression among this vulnerable group.
The Effect of Ginger Compress Therapy and Kinesiotaping on Pain and Stiffness in the Joints and Functional Ability in Elderly with Osteoarthritis Syukkur, Achmad; Astrid, Maria; Hastono, Sutanto Priyo
Babali Nursing Research Vol 1 No 3 (2020): November
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Introduction: Osteoarthritis is a slowly progressive non-inflamation in diarthrodial (synovial) joints which increasingly occurs as one ages, showing such initial symptom as pain in the joints during activities. The pain gets worse over time, causing the obstruction of joint movements and affects the patient’s functional ability. The aim of the study was to identify the effect of red ginger compress therapy and kinesio tapping on pain and stiffness in the joints and functional ability. Methods: This research used the Quasi Experiment pre and post test design with control group. A simple random technique to collect 112 respondents who were devided into intervention group receiving red ginger compress therapy, kinesiotaping group, combination of red ginger compress therapy and kinesiotaping group, and control group, each of which consisted of 28 respondents in Pangesti Elderly Home Lawang and Pangesti Tresno Mukti Elderly Home Turen. Results: Evaluation based on WOMAC index was applied on day one, three, five and seven. The result of ANCOVA showed the red ginger compress intervention with p = 0.005, kinesiotaping with p = 0.005 and red ginger compress + kinesiotaping with p = 0.005 in reducing pain, joint stiffness and difficulty functional ability. Conclusion: This research findings are expected to be one of non-pharmcological therapies recommended to patients with OA.
The Impact of Preceptorship Program on Turnover Intention of Fresh Graduate Nurses in Hospital Rodessa, Vera; Kurniadi, Anwar; Bandur, Agustinus
Babali Nursing Research Vol 1 No 3 (2020): November
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Introduction: The transition period in the first year of nursing career is a difficult time for new nurses to adapt. The transition process for a new nurse is known as the Duchscher's transition shock model. Almost all hospitals worldwide have experienced difficulties with regards to the ability of new nurses to adapt to profession. The Preceptorship is a program designed to help new nurses adapt during the transition. This study aims primarily at exploring the impacts of the program to the turnover intention of fresh graduate nurses working in hospital. Methods: For this major purpose, a qualitative research with particular reference to phenomenology design was applied. Accordingly, this research applied in-depth interviews with active participation of 13 key informants. The informants are fresh graduate nurses employed in two private hospitals in Jakarta. Results: The results of thematic and cross-case analysis with N Vivo v.12 indicate four themes: preceptorship process, experiences in transition, problem arising during transition period and preceptorship program in helping nurse. Conclusion: It is found that nurses aged 22 years old and 7 months of working experience are the most likely to resign. The experience of new nurses undergoing to transition period affects 48% of their desire to leave work. This study recommends conducting further research on what kind of work environment is ideal for facilitating adaptation for new nurses.
Caring for the ‘Once Young People’ Acob, Joel Rey U.
Babali Nursing Research Vol 1 No 3 (2020): November
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