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Babali Nursing Research
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ISSN : 27766993     EISSN : 27215989     DOI : https://doi.org/10.37363/bnr
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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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Effect of Toothbrushing Simulation Method with Bass Technique on the Dental and Oral Hygiene Rosyidah, Inayatur; Rahmawati, Iva Milia Hani
Babali Nursing Research Vol 2 No 2 (2021): July
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Introduction: Toothbrushing practice is a common problem encountered in maintaining children's dental and oral hygiene. The Bass Technique introduces to improve the practice of toothbrushing and promotes dental/oral hygiene among school-aged students. This study aimed to know the effect of the toothbrushing simulation method with bass technique on the dental and oral hygiene practice in Pulo Lor III Elementary School. Methods: This was a pre-experimental study with one group pretest-posttest design. The study population was 49 students aged between 7 to 10 years old in Pulo Lor III Elementary School. Thirty students selected for the study by the purposive sampling technique. The independent variable was the toothbrushing method with the bass technique, while the dependent variable was dental and oral hygiene. An observation sheet and OHI-S questionnaire were employed to collect the study data. The Wilcoxon signed-rank test used to analyze the study data collected. Results: The result revealed after the implementation of the bass technique, the number of participants with poor practice of dental and oral hygiene was increasing by a total of 0 (0%), followed by good and moderate practice of oral hygiene with a percentage of 13 (43.3%) and 17 (56.7%), respectively (p=0.000). The dental and oral hygiene observed after and before the implementation of the bass technique was also significant, with the value of p of 0.000. Conclusion: Toothbrushing with bass technique significantly affected the dental and oral hygiene among students aged between 7 to 10 years old in Pulo Lor III Elementary School, Jombang District.
Correlation between Nutritional Status (According to Body Weight/Body Height Index) with the Age of Menarche on Female Student Prasetyaningati, Dwi; Maunaturohmah, Agustina
Babali Nursing Research Vol 2 No 2 (2021): July
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Introduction: Changes that happened in the adolescent population marks by puberty and complex emotional change, social adaptation to be more mature, and sexual identity development to reach the reproductive organ maturation. Methods: This study employed a survey method with the cross-sectional approach. The study population was 28 third-year female students at Sidorejo Pare Christian School. From the total population, twenty-five participants in this study selected by a purposive sampling technique. Two variables, independent variable (nutritional status), dependent variables (the age of menarche), and control variable (social-economic status, health, consumption of medication, and psychological status) involved in this study. Results: Ninety-two percent of the participants had a normal nutritional status. While the rest four percent of them had an underweight nutritional status. The highest percentage of the age of menarche was 11 years old. While the youngest and the oldest age of menarche were 9 and 13, respectively. Ninety-two percent of the participants were experiencing menarche at the age of 9-11 years old, while eight percent of the participants were experiencing menarche at the age of 12 and 14. Conclusion: The oldest and youngest age of menarche found was 11 and 9 years old, respectively. Ninety-two percent of the participant with good nutritional status were experiencing menarche at the age of 9-11. There was a correlation between the nutritional status (according to the index of body weight/body height) with the age of menarche.
The Effect of Basic Life Support Course on Community Knowledge Level Artawan, I Kadek; Aungsuroch, Yupin; Juanamasta, I Gede; Wijaya, I Made Sukma; Widyanata, Komang Agus Jerry
Babali Nursing Research Vol 2 No 2 (2021): July
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Introduction: Cardiac arrest is the most pre-hospital emergency cases. Approximately 30.000 people have cardiac arrest in pre-hospital and about 33% have treated with bystander. Basic life support (BLS) with cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) is a first aid procedure that needs to be performed in this case. Death could occur within minutes if the first aid does not adequately performed. The study aimed to know the effect of BLS courses on the community knowledge level in the North Denpasar District. Methods: The study was a pre-experimental study with a pre-posttest design. Study participant selected by cluster random sampling technique and 199 participants chosen as study participants. To collect the community knowledge data, a questionnaire employed in this study. American Heart Association (AHA) guideline for the public published in 2015 enrolled as a reference in organizing ten questions in the questionnaire with Guttman Scale. Results: The characteristics of respondents were 27% participants were aged between 30-39 years, 56% graduated from senior high school, 55% work as employees and 90% never attended BLS training program. There was a significant mean difference from the pre-test and post-test data. The mean difference before and after the BLS course were 8.38 and 9.74, respectively. There was a significant correlation between the BLS course and the level of knowledge (p = 0.000). Conclusion: The level of knowledge about BLS before the course was 63%. It classified into a good knowledge level. The level of knowledge about BLS after the course was significantly improved. It increased to 97.5%.
Relationship Between Knowledge Level and Community Behavior about Eradication of Mosquito Nest Daryaswanti, Putu Intan; Devi, G.A.A. Sintha Fransisca; Pendet, Ni Made Diah Pusparini; Widyanata, Komang Agus Jerry
Babali Nursing Research Vol 2 No 2 (2021): July
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Introduction: Dengue hemorrhagic fever is one of the population's health issues in Indonesia, with an increasing number of sufferers as the disease spreads. The cases rose dramatically in Panji Village, with a significant spike in cases per year. In 2018 there were 16 cases, in 2019 it increased to 177 cases and in 2020 until February 122 cases were recorded. Mosquito nest eradication is the most reliable, safe, and cost-effective method of eliminating dengue fever vectors. The aim of this study is to know relationship the level of knowledge and behavior regarding mosquito nest eradication in Panji Village. Methods: The design used was descriptive correlation with a cross sectional approach. The population of this study is the population living in the Banjar area, Dinas Dangin Pura Panji Village Sukasada, Bali with 1222 residents, after entering the Slovin’s formula, 400 samples were obtained using purposive sampling technique. The instrument used to collect data in this study was a questionnaire sent via google form. Test the relationship using the Pearson test. Results: Most people have less knowledge and behavior and when viewed from the correlation test, a significant value of p = 0.000 is obtained with a value of r = 0.524 which means that the relationship is moderate and has a positive value. Conclusion: There is a moderate and positive relationship between knowledge and behavior in the Eradication of Mosquito Nests.
Characteristics of Sleep Quality of Nursing Students in Bali During Pandemic Covid-19 Daryaswanti, Putu Intan; Pendet, Ni Made Diah Pusparini; Febianingsih, Ni Putu Eka
Babali Nursing Research Vol 2 No 2 (2021): July
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Introduction: Corona Virus Disease-19 (COVID-19) has spread to 34 provinces in Indonesia. Indonesia first confirmed the case of COVID-19 in March 2020. The outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic has made the teaching and learning process shifted to distance teaching. This activity-limiting measure in response to curbing the spread of COVID-19 has caused an unprecedented change in human behavior around the world. One of the changes in human behavior is sleep. Sleep is a physiological process that is highly dependent on the environment and social and varies greatly with stress levels. This study aimed to know the characteristics of sleep quality of nursing students during pandemic Covid-19 in Bali. Methods: This study is a descriptive study using univariate analysis. The population in this study is approximately 1,500 nursing students. Sampling technique used in this research is purposive sampling with 422 sample. Data collection tools in the form of questionnaires that are used is a sleep quality questionnaire from the Pittsburg Sleep Quality Index (PSQI). Results: The results show that most of the nursing students’ age ranged from 15-25 (94.1%), female (79.1%) and currently undergoing Bachelor of Nursing education (68%) and students of Nursing in Bali mostly have poor sleep quality (97.4%). Conclusion: Students of Nursing reported to have poor sleep quality over the last month.

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