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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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Empowering the Role of the Integrated Foster Post Cadres in Improving the Quality of Life of Diabetes Mellitus Patients Nurmalisyah, Fitri Firranda; Mubarok, Alik Septian; Sari, Desy Siswi Anjar
Babali Nursing Research Vol 2 No 3 (2021): November
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Introduction: Nurses as one of the health workers have a role in managing Diabetes Mellitus patients, the quality life of Diabetes Mellitus patients affects physical health, psychological conditions, level of dependence, social relations and the patient's relationship with the surrounding environment. Actions and interventions in controlling Diabetes Mellitus disease require appropriate therapeutic regimens, as well as involving families. By empowering the health cadres, it can improve the quality life of people with Diabetes Mellitus who are in the working area of the Kesamben Health Center, Jombang Regency. Methods: This research is a quasi-experimental study with a non-randomized control group pre-test post- test design. In this study, the treatment group was given a treatment in the form of training for Integrated Foster Post Cadres to improve for Diabetes Mellitus, while the control group was not given any treatment. Results: The results showed that there was a significant difference in the quality of life between the treatment group and the control group due to skills improvement training for Integrated Foster Post Cadres Diabetes Mellitus with the results of the independent t test on self-efficacy obtained t value of 25.055 (p = 0.000), while the value t of quality life is 25,790 (p = 0,000). Conclusion: Nurses can empower Integrated Foster Post Cadres in the community by improving the quality of life for people with Diabetes Mellitus. Integrated Foster Post Cadres play an active role in the community in the scope of knowledge, signs and symptoms, complications of Diabetes Mellitus which can encourage DM sufferers to be motivated to improve the quality of life.
Tamarillo Juice (Solanum betaceum Cav) as An Alternative to Increase Hemoglobin Levels for Pregnant Women with Anemia Simbolon, Juana Linda; Sitompul, Emilia Silvana
Babali Nursing Research Vol 2 No 3 (2021): November
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Introduction: World Health Organizations recommends pregnant women to consume 120-240 mg of iron (in the form of Ferrum) per day and increase the dose by 400 mg 3 times a day if the Anemia is severe. One of the herbal therapies that can increase hemoglobin levels is Tamarillo (Solanum Betacum Cav) with a vitamin C level of 25 mg, Fe 2,765 ppm. The research objective was to analyze the effect of Tamarillo juice consumption in increasing hemoglobin (HB) levels of pregnant women with Anemia. Methods: Quasi-experimental research with pre and post-test along with control group design was used to compare the HB levels of ≥ 32 weeks pregnant women who were given Tamarillo fruit juice. Subjects in this study were 34 pregnant women as the treatment group who received Tamarillo juice and blood supplement and the control group of pregnant women who only receive blood supplements. Results: The results of the T-test analysis showed that in the treatment group there was an increase in the average hemoglobin level of 0.91 g/dL in the first week and 1.75 g/dL in the second week, while in the control group there was an increase in the average hemoglobin level of 0.43 g/dL in the first week and an increase of 0.89 g/dL in the second week. Conclusion: The administration of Tamarillo juice as an alternative companion to blood supplement in the prevention and management of care for pregnant women with Anemia.
Barriers for Using Electronic Health Records (EHRs) by Nurses in Qatar: A Cross Sectional Study Pugal, Kim; Villar, Ralph; Nashwan, Abdulqadir J.
Babali Nursing Research Vol 2 No 3 (2021): November
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Introduction: Electronic Health Records (EHR) have been implemented by multiple hospitals all around the world. EHR initiatives tend to be driven by the promise of availability of patient data and enhanced system integration by the need to improve efficiency and cost-effectiveness and by a changing doctor-patient relationship towards where care is divided among a multidisciplinary members of health care professionals and/or by the need to deal with a more complex and rapidly changing environment. The aim of this research is to determine the barriers faced by nurses in Qatar in using EHRs in terms of knowledge, skills, and attitude (KSA). Methods: A survey was sent to approximately 12,000 nurses from different hospitals under Hamad Medical Corporation in Qatar through the corporation's official e-mail from January 1, 2021 to May 31, 2021. The questionnaire was developed and validated by the researcher of the study (α=0.877). The Statistical Package for the Social Sciences (SPSS) version 25.0 was used to analyze the data. Results: A total of 262 nurses participated in the study. Majority of the nurses who participated are females (69%) and ages 31-35 years old (50.4%). Among the respondents 98.5% are staff nurses with various educational levels: bachelor’s degree in Nursing (43.5 %), diploma in Nursing (27%), and Master of Arts in nursing (3.8%). Only 23.3% of the respondents have a length of service of less than 4 years; 76.7% have been with their institution more than 4 years. The majority of respondents came from the inpatient areas (37%), followed by the outpatient nurses (15.3%), and operating room nurses (14.1%). Around 91% of the respondents claimed to have a 0-3 number of trainings in the past 3 years. A significant correlation was found between age (r=-0.124, p=0.045), length of service (r=0.193, p=0.002), and area assignment (r=0.129, p=0.037) with the skill on EHR. Conclusion: Results of the study showed that the dimension of knowledge, skills, and attitude towards the use of EHR is a barrier, but only to a moderate extent. The nurses in Qatar are highly educated, well experienced and are mostly millennials. This opens a great opportunity of acceptance and amplification of EHR in Qatar with the proper training and support to nurses.
The Effect of Storytelling Using Finger Puppets on Anxiety in Hospitalized Preschool Children Santoso, Shelfi Dwi Retnani Putri; Nurjanah, Suci
Babali Nursing Research Vol 2 No 3 (2021): November
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Introduction: The prevalence rates of disease at preschool age are higher than toddlers and school age. The coping mechanism has not developed at that age, thus contributing to increased anxiety levels during hospitalization. Interventions are needed to overcome anxiety problems so that children are more comfortable and cooperative in undergoing treatment in the hospital more effectively. The research aims to examine the effect of storytelling using finger puppets on anxiety in hospitalized preschool children. Methods: Quasi-experiment research with pre and post-test design, 40 preschool children were selected with purposive sampling with inclusion and exclusion criteria, 20 respondents of treatment groups, and 20 respondents of control groups. The instrument used FAS. Data analysis used is the Mann Whitney and Wilcoxon Sign Rank Tests. Results: Mann-Whitney results showed the difference in anxiety between treatment and control group in post-test (p=0.023), and Wilcoxon results showed Z count -3.827 a< Z table -1.96 value asymp sig. (2-tailed) where z arithmetic ≤ z table which means there is influence or probability value p= 0.000 (p< α= 0,05) which means H1 accepted. Conclusion: It is expected that in the future, it can be used as an alternative method to reduce anxiety. And then it’s hoped that researchers can further examine more deeply the effectiveness of parental involvement in storytelling play therapy.
Legal Protection for Health Workers Towards the Implementation of Government Regulation No. 33 of 2012 concerning Exclusive Breastfeeding on Infants with Post Sectio Caesarea Mothers Siregar, Marni; Panggabean, Hetty W.A.
Babali Nursing Research Vol 2 No 3 (2021): November
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Introduction: Articles 6 and 7 of Government Regulation No. 33 of 2012 on Exclusive Breastfeeding stated that every mother who gives birth must give exclusive breast milk to the newborn, unless there is a medical indication, the mother is not present or the mother is separated from the baby. The purpose of this study was to determine the legal protection for health workers towards the implementation of government regulation concerning exclusive breastfeeding on infants with Post Sectio Caesarea mothers. Methods: This research method is empirical juridical research (field research). The author uses a statutory approach in accordance with the studied legal materials, analyzed qualitatively. The sample in this study is all 2 ObsGyn, 2 pediatrician, 9 midwives, 1 breast milk counselor, 60 post SC mothers and 60 newborns at RSUD Tarutung, RSUD Porsea, and RSUD Doloksanggul when researchers conducted research. Results: Exclusive Breastfeeding is a government program and has been outlined in Government Regulation No. 33 of 2014 on Exclusive Breastfeeding. The government is actually aggressively promoting exclusive breastfeeding through seminars, workshops and advertisements in print, electronic and social media. But this does not make exclusive breastfeeding successful as expected. The number of obstacles both external factors and internal factors of the mother. Especially on the mother of the Post Sectio Caesarea. Conclusion: Implementation of Government Regulation No.33 of 2012 on Exclusive Breastfeeding of Post Sectio Caesarea Mothers in hospitals has still not been realized.

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