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NHS-Journal
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ISSN : 27985059     EISSN : 27985067     DOI : https://doi.org/10.53713/nhs.v1i1.1
Core Subject : Health, Science,
Nursing and Health Sciences Journal (NHSJ) is peer-reviewed and open access international journal which published by KHD Production, to accommodate researchers and health practitioners publishing their scientific articles. NHSJ accepts original papers, review articles, short communications, case reports and letters to the editor in the fields of nursing, midwifery, public health, pharmacy, medicine, nutrition, and allied health sciences. NHSJ is published four times a year, March, June, September, and December.
Articles 75 Documents
Development of a Framework for Emergency Risk Reduction in Android-Based Agriculture Areas (E'nurse App During the Covid-19 Pandemic) Musviro Musviro; Suhari; P.M Rahmawati; Anggia Astuti
Nursing and Health Sciences Journal (NHSJ) Vol. 1 No. 1 (2021): June 2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.53713/nhs.v1i1.1

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Introduction: Covid-19 has now been declared a pandemic case, the agricultural sector is no exception. Farmers' health during the Covid-19 pandemic and the high risk of emergencies and disasters in agricultural areas need solutions in handling efforts. Purpose: developing a framework for reducing the risk of emergencies and disasters in agricultural areas based on android (E'Nurse App during the Covid-19 pandemic) by compiling the design of the E'Nurse App and analyzing the effect of the E'Nurse App on farmers' understanding in reducing the risk of emergencies and disasters in areas agriculture. Method: a mix of qualitative methods with an interpretive phenomenology approach to design the E'Nurse App (Emergensy Nursing) application, followed by quantitative methods with the Spearman Rho test and a questionnaire measuring tool. Respondents in this study were farmers of Pandalungan. Result: Formed the design of the E'Nurse App application, the pre-post treatment test obtained the value of r = 0.678,> α = 0.05. This means that there is an effect of providing education through the smart app application on farmers' understanding in reducing the risk of emergencies and disasters in agricultural areas with a strong relationship. Conclusion: The E'Nurse App affects farmers' understanding in reducing the risk of emergencies and disasters in agricultural areas during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Correlation Between Authoritarian Parenting and Self-Confidence in School-Age Children in Indonesia: A cross-sectional study Enggal Hadi Kurniyawan; Rizky Bella Mulyaningsasi; Emi Wuri Wuryaningsih; Lantin Sulistyorini
Nursing and Health Sciences Journal (NHSJ) Vol. 1 No. 1 (2021): June 2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.53713/nhs.v1i1.3

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In school-age children, self-confidence is needed to complete the task of psychosocial development, namely industry or the stage of achievement. Which if not implemented correctly, the child will become inferior. Authoritarian parents who often curb and punish can affect a child's self-confidence. This study aimed to analyze the correlation between authoritarian parenting style and self-confidence of school-age children. This study used observational analysis with a cross-sectional approach. The subjects of this study were 96 primary school students who were take using a stratified random sampling technique. Data collection used an authoritarian parenting questionnaire and a self-confidence questionnaire. Data were analyzed using the chi-square test. Analysis results showed that there were 54.2% of respondents who got an authoritarian parenting style, and 45.8% of respondents have low self-confidence. The chi-square test showed a correlation between authoritarian parenting style and self-confidence of school-age children (p-value = 0,001) with OR of 5,211. School-age children who get authoritarian parenting have the risk of experiencing low self-confidence 5,211 times higher. Nurses can provide health education and counseling about good parenting to the parents and teachers.
The Relationship Between Culture Shock And Self-Esteem Of New Students Outside Java Island At University Of Jember Ami Allaili; Erti Ikhtiarini Dewi; Enggal Hadi Kurniyawan
Nursing and Health Sciences Journal (NHSJ) Vol. 1 No. 1 (2021): June 2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.53713/nhs.v1i1.4

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The main problem faced by the new students is the pressure on themselves that affects academics and non-academics. This pressure makes new students feeling of uncomfortable caused by new environment which called a culture shock. A person who experiences a culture shock will affect their physical and emotional condition. Someone who has negative feelings about themselves and others can cause individuals to experience low self-esteem. This study aims to analyze the relationship between culture shock and the self-esteem of new students outside Java at the University of Jember. The researcher used quantitative cross-sectional analytical research design, using purposive sampling technique to get a sample of 106 students, and using culture culture shock and the Self Esteem Inventory (SEI) questionnaire. The results of the study using the tau_b kendall statistical test obtained the value p = 0.330 and r = -0.093 so that p> α. So, there is no surprising cultural connection with the self-esteem of new students outside Java at the University of Jember. Suggestions from this study are expected that educational institutions can provide training, development and psychological assistance as long as students undergo an adaptation process in a new environment
The Effectiveness of Acupressure Therapy on Decreasing Complaints of Nausea and Vomiting in Pregnant Women Dita Indah Sari; Sri Wahyuningsih
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.53713/nhs.v1i1.5

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Nausea and vomiting or emesis gravidarum is a physiological complaint. Still, if this complaint of nausea and vomiting is not treated quickly, it will cause a pathological condition, namely hyperemesis gravidarum. So that every time you eat and drink, there are complaints of continuous vomiting, which will lead to malnutrition and dehydration in pregnant women. The thing that can be done to prevent these complications is a non-pharmacological therapy, namely acupressure. This literature review aims to determine the effectiveness of acupressure therapy in reducing complaints of nausea and vomiting in pregnant women. The method of this study is a literature review using data sources based on literature studies from the ScienceDirect, PubMed, and Scholar databases in the last 5 years. The strategy used to find articles using PICO. Keywords according to the topic of the literature review using Boolean (AND, OR, NOT). The results obtained 9 articles that were reviewed. It was found that acupressure therapy at point P6, point KID21, Zu San Li, and point Gong Sun effectively reduced complaints of nausea and vomiting in pregnant women who were carried out routinely. The conclusion from this literature review is that non-pharmacological acupressure therapy effectively reduces complaints of nausea and vomiting in pregnant women.
The Relationship of Father's Involvement in Parenting with The Independent Level of Children Daily Living Activity in Children with Mental Retardation in SLB-C TPA Jember Regency Elsiana Dwi Cahya; Latifa Aini Susumaningrum; Kholid Rosyidi Muhammad Nur
Nursing and Health Sciences Journal (NHSJ) Vol. 1 No. 1 (2021): June 2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.53713/nhs.v1i1.12

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The mental retardation is one of the psychological limitations which have a characteristic level of intelligence (IQ) of approximately 70 or lower and experience difficulties in carrying out daily activities, communication, the ability to make self-decisions, recreation, work, health, and security. The method used in this research is a correlational study with a cross sectional approach with a total of 67 respondents using total sampling. The questionnaire given to analyze the involvement of fathers in parenting is the involvement of fathers in parenting by the NOC and to analyze the level of independence of daily living activities in children with mental retardation is Waissman-Activity daily living (W-ADL). The Spearman test was carried out to analyze objectively in this study. The results obtained in this study were as many as 58 (86.6%) fathers admitted that they were involved in caring for their children, and as many as 47 children (70.1%) based on their father's recognition that they had a high degree of independence in carrying out daily activities (r; -0.258; p- value = 0.035). This study recommends father and mother to train, guide, and educate children with mental retardation to improve children's abilities, especially in carrying out daily activities. Keywords: Father Involvement, Independence Activity daily living, Children With Mental Retardation
Risk of HIV Transmission Through Sexual Activities: A Survey among Hiv-Positive Gay Men in Jember, Indonesia Dicky Endrian Kurniawan; Lantin Sulistyorini; Kholid Rosyidi Muhammad Nur; Muhammad Nur Khamid; Alfid Tri Afandi; Retno Purwandari; Anisah Ardiana
Nursing and Health Sciences Journal (NHSJ) Vol. 1 No. 1 (2021): June 2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.53713/nhs.v1i1.14

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Introduction: Prevention of HIV transmission can be done through safe sexual activities. It can occur if HIV-positive gay men or men who sex men (MSM) did not have sex with men or use a condom. Objective: This study aimed to identify the preventive behavior of HIV transmission through sexual activities among HIV-positive gay men. Methods: This study used a quantitative design with a descriptive exploratory approach. One hundred and one HIV-positive gay men were collected by using purposive sampling following this study. Data were collected by a questionnaire of preventive behavior of HIV transmission through sexual behavior and analyzed with an exploratory, descriptive approach. Results: Almost all MSM still have sex (96%) after they have been diagnosed HIV-positive, and most do not always use a condom (74.3%). Conclusions: Sexual prevention behavior in MSM is still low and it can increase new HIV cases. Efforts are needed against HIV transmission among the gay men population by adequate information to enhance condom use awareness and commitment when they have the same sexual activities.
Relationship between Parent Role, Friends Effect Association and Use of Mass Media with Risk Sexual Behavior in Adolescents at Senior High School 76 Jakarta An’nisaa Eka Rahmawati; Ritanti
Nursing and Health Sciences Journal (NHSJ) Vol. 1 No. 1 (2021): June 2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.53713/nhs.v1i1.15

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Adolescents are individuals with high curiosity, including sexual behavior. BKKBN findings in 2017 show that the age group of 15-17 years is the highest age of first dating and age 17 is the highest age of first sexual intercourse. This study aims to determine whether there is a relationship between the role of parents, peer influence and the use of mass media with risky sexual behavior in adolescents at SMAN 76 Jakarta. This study used cross sectional study and was conducted on 154 respondents through a simple random sampling method. Data collection uses questionnaires on the role of parents, peer influence, the use of mass media and risky sexual behavior that have been tested for validity and reliability. Statistical test results using Chi-Square showed a significant relationship between the role of parents with risky sexual behavior (p = 0.001), peer influence with risky sexual behavior (p = 0.001) and the use of mass media for risky sexual behavior (p = 0.001). It is recommended that schools collaborate with local health services in conducting health education, counseling or therapy related to the problem of risky sexual behavior in adolescents.
The Effect of Breast Self-Examination (BSE) Class on Knowledge and Practice of Breast Self-Examination among Adolescent Girls Shinta Novelia; Yenny Aulya; Elsa Regiyanti
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.53713/nhs.v1i1.16

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According to the World Health Organization (WHO), cancer incidence in 2008 to 2012 was increased from 12.7 million cases to 14.2 million cases. Cancer is the second leading cause of death in the world after cardiovascular disease. It is estimated that in 2030 the incidence of cancer will increase to 26 million people and 17 people die of cancer. This research aimed to determine the effect of BSE classes on knowledge and practice of BSE among female students in Senior High School 104 East Jakarta in 2020. This research was a quantitative study with an analytical survey method with the Quasi Experimental approach. The sample in this study was 30 people. The sampling technique was purposive sampling. The research instrument consisted of questionnaire data and BSE observation sheets. The results of the paired t test found that the effect of BSE Class on BSE Knowledge and Practice among female students where ρ <ά = (0,000 <0.05). There was an effect of BSE Classes on Student’s Knowledge and Practice. Adolescent girls are expected to increase their knowledge about breast self-examination and breast cancer which can be obtained from counseling in the nearest health services, namely about the benefits and how to practice breast self-exam.
Description of Stress and Coping Mechanism Farmer in Kalisat District Jember City Ananda Patuh; Emi Wuri Wuryaningsih; Alfid Tri Afandi
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.53713/nhs.v1i1.17

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Farmers have high risk to suffer psychological health pressure. The factors that cause farmers have psychological pressure are limited land, the decrease of soil fertility, soil degradation, and natural causes. Farmers with high psychological health pressure can suffer stress. This research aims to investigate the representation of Stress and Farmers’ Coping Mechanism in Kecamatan Kalisat Kabupaten Jember. The type of this research was descriptive and simple random sampling was chosen to collect the data sampling technique. 100 farmers were collected. The respondents were measured by using farmers’ stress questionnaire and Brief farmers’ coping mechanism questionnaire COPE. The result of stress representation and farmer’s coping mechanisme analysis showed that the number of farmer’s stress tend to be cognitive response. Meanwhile, the result of coping mechanism showed that most of farmer’s coping mechanism more focus on emotion rather than problem. Test the validity of the stress questionnaire obtained r table = 0.497 with α = 0.05 and reliability of 0.703. Whereas for the coping mechanism α = 0.05 questionnaire, the validity of r table 0.361 and the reliability of 0.778 were obtained. Ethical tests were carried out in this study at the Faculty of Dentistry, Jember University No. 465 / UN25.8 / KEPK / DL / 2019.The result of this study can be a reference for nurses and primary health care service to diagnose farmers’ health diseases especially psychological diseases such as stress and coping mechanism. Nurses can do a preventive efforts, intervention, and health education about factors and symptoms of stress and coping mechanism to the farmers.
The Relationship of the Role of Parents and Information Media with HIV/AIDS Prevention Behavior in Adolescents at SMAN 75 Jakarta Yenti Herawati; Ritanti
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.53713/nhs.v1i1.18

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HIV is a virus that attacks the human immune system and if the condition gets worse and results in various complications, the disease will cause AIDS or Aquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome. Adolescent behavior at this time tends to be at risk with promiscuity everywhere so as to increase the incidence of HIV/AIDS for adolescents. The purpose of the research actually for determine the relationship between the role of parents and information media with HIV/AIDS prevention behavior for adolescents at SMAN 75 Jakarta. The type of research is quantitative with cross sectional research design and analyzed by Chi-Square Test. This research conducted in March to June 2020 at SMAN 75 Jakarta involving as of 154 respondents, and the sampling using a random sampling technique. The statistical test results using Chi-Square stated that a significant relationship between the role of parents and information media. (p = 0.007). On the information media with HIV / Aids prevention behavior showed a significant relationship (p = 0,000). It is recommended to students, schools and parents to work together in efforts for prevention of HIV/AIDS.