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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 Principles of The Kelud Community in Disaster Management Astuti, Vitaria Wahyu; Rimawati, Rimawati
Babali Nursing Research Vol 2 No 1 (2021): March
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Introduction: Natural disasters often occur in Indonesia have prompted the Indonesian government to organize community-based disaster risk reduction which aims to make all Indonesian people resilient in dealing with disasters. The Kelud community is a disaster-resilient community capable of living in peace with disasters and able to immediately rise after experiencing a disaster. The purpose of this study was determined the principles of disaster management in the Kelud community. Methods: This study was a qualitative design with a phenomenological approach. The population in this study were people living close to Mount Kelud, namely Wonorejo Village, Kepung District, and Kebonrejo Village, Puncu District. This study used purposive sampling totaling 15 participants. Data were collected by means of a Focus Group Discussion using an online interview guide, trustworthiness was performed by data triangulation. Results: Data analysis found three themes in the coping principles 1) Fast and precise principles, 2) Priority principles, and 3) Communication and coordination principles. Participants followed the discussion process well, answering questions based on experiences carried out in disaster management. Conclusion: The community is able to implement the principles of disaster management according to the knowledge and skills they have acquired at the training held by the Regional Disaster Management Agency, Jangkar Kelud, and based on the experiences carried out when Mount Kelud erupted.
The Correlation between Tri Hita Karana's Implementation and Life Quality of Heart Failure Patients Laksmi, Ida Ayu Agung; Putra, Putu Wira Kusuma; Budihartini, Ayu Made
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Introduction: The quality of life of patients with heart failure is influenced by several factors, one of which is spiritual factors. Tri Hita Karana (THK) is one of the concepts of the life order of the Balinese people, which basically teaches about maintaining harmony between humans and God (prahyangan), humans and humans (pawongan), humans with the environment (palemahan). This study aimed to determine the relationship between THK implementation on the quality of life of heart failure patients at Regional Hospital of Mangusada. Methods: A cross-sectional design study was used. In total 41 heart failure patients who visited Mangusada Hospital between April to May 2020, selected using a purposive sampling technique. The research instrument used was the attitude and behavior implementation of THK and the Minnesota Living with Heart Failure Questionnaire (MLHFQ). The Spearman rank test was used in this study. Results: There were a significant correlation between Tri Hita Karana's Implementation and Life Quality of Heart Failure Patients in Mangusada Regional Hospital with p-value (0.001), where p < α (0.05). Conclusion: The better the implementation of THK, the better the quality of life for patients with heart failure. The results of this study were expected to be used in providing education to patients by implementing THK to improve the quality of life for patients with heart failure.
"Online Exit Exam Preparation" Strategically facing a Nursing Competency Test during the COVID-19 Pandemic Ose, Maria Imaculata; Sulidah, Sulidah; Parman , Dewy Haryanti
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Introduction: The enactment of Law Number 2 of 2020 from the Ministry of Education and Culture of the Republic of Indonesia concerning The Graduation Exam System for Health Graduates has a significant impact on universities, affecting the number of students who can graduate. Looking at the description of these problems, it is necessary to develop a strategy in dealing with the "Exit Exam" competency test for students majoring in the health science faculty of nursing, namely "Preparation for Exit Exam Online," so that they can answer these problems. Methods: This research method uses one group pretest-posttest design with a sample size of 54 people. Results: The results showed increased the tryout value that after participating in online tutoring activities in facing competency tests. Conclusion: This online guidance is one of the strategies in dealing with competency tests during the Covid-19 pandemic in nursing students.
The Impact of “Cards in Pairs” Games to The Elementary Student’s Knowledge of Personal Safety Skill for Prevent Sexual Violence in Public Elementary School 2 Serangan Suntari, Ni Luh Putu Yunianti; Hartati, Ni Nyoman Hartati; Kusumadewi, Ida Ayu Rika Kusumadewi; Suliani, Ni Kadek
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Introduction: The purpose of this research is to know the effect of “cards in pairs” games to the students’ knowledge of personal safety skill to prevent from sexual violence. Methods: The kind of this research is Pre-Experimental Design with the layout was One-Group Pretest-Posttest used stratified random sampling, with 90 samples. Results: The result of this research showed that the students’ knowledge of personal safety skill before giving the game mostly in the category enough that was 35 people (38,9%) and after giving the game showed that the knowledge of personal safety skill were increase to the students with the most results of the students in the category good that was 69 people (76,7%). The result of this research tested by Wilcoxon test, the obtained value p-value = 0,000<alpha (0,05), then it could be concluded that there was impact by giving sexual education and self-protection from sexual violence with “cards in pairs” games media Conclusion: According the result of the research, it is recommended to the teacher in the school to improve giving the self-protection materials by applying the media “cards in pairs” game, which has an impact on this research.
Community Preparedness to Reduce Risk Disaster of Tsunami Suwaryo, Putra Agina Widyaswara; Rahma, Dela Gustia; Waladani, Barkah; Safaroni, Aprilia
Babali Nursing Research Vol 2 No 1 (2021): March
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Introduction: Kebumen is one of the districts that has a high level of disaster vulnerability in Central Java. Most of area is lowland and village located in a coastal area and close to the beach so that it has a tsunami disaster. This research is to describe level of knowledge, attitude, disaster plan, emergency disaster, early warning system, mobilization of resources in a tsunami disaster. Methods: This study is a descriptive study with 98 respondents were all members of the community. The sampling technique used purposed sampling with 50 questionnaires, and analysis determine the proportion based on the categories of good, adequate and insufficient. Results: The level of knowledge and attitudes of the disaster community is in the bad category (51%), level of family policies is in the moderate category (52%), level of emergency response plans is in the moderate category (72.4%), and level of the warning system bad category (56.1%). Meanwhile, the level of resource mobility was in the bad category (71.4%). Conclusion: The results of community preparedness in Kebumen in the face of tsunami disaster based on 5 parameters were found that the community wasn’t ready.
Comparison between Brainstorming and Presentation Teaching-Learning Methods in School of Nursing Rajanpur Punjab Pakistan Nazir, Asma
Babali Nursing Research Vol 2 No 1 (2021): March
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Introduction: It is necessary to identify the students' diversities when we are going to perform our teaching in the classroom, it is also essential when we prepare our lecture to conduct in the classroom. Teachers used various methods to teach the students in the classroom. Several earlier studies are available on the effectiveness of different models of teaching approaches. This study intended the effect of using brainstorming and presentation teaching-learning strategies. Methods: Exploratory study design was used. 42 female nursing students of 2nd year class from 4-year diploma of general nursing and eight professional nursing instructors of School of Nursing Rajanpur. Descriptive statistics were used to identify the effectiveness of elected (brainstorming & presentation) teaching-learning strategies. Chi square was used to compare the academic performance (marks obtained) between students having different teaching-learning style. Results: The result showed that mean and standard deviation score for brainstorming and presentation teaching-learning strategies were 10.16±1.51 and 10.97±1.27. There is significant difference between group categories (<.05). Conclusion: The findings from this study show that presentation teaching-learning method plays a notable effect on students learning. This study as well exemplify that different teaching-learning method with advance technology is more useful than the conventional methods of teaching-learning.

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