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Basic and Applied Nursing Research Journal
ISSN : -     EISSN : 27228274     DOI : https://dx.doi.org/10.11594/banrj
Core Subject : Health,
Study on fundamentals of nursing. Development of nursing education. Clinical research on medical surgical nursing, critical care nursing, emergency nursing, maternity nursing, and pediatric nursing. Management in nursing. Dissemination of community health research on geriatric, family, and community nursing. Application of holistic and complementary care in nursing. Mental health nursing study. Health Communication/ Therapeutic Communication in Nursing
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Assessment on the information communication technology literacy among education managers as an expression of caring education Cadiente , Arnie M.; Acob, Joel Rey; Bagon, Andres E.
Basic and Applied Nursing Research Journal Vol 1 No 2 (2020): Basic and Applied Nursing Research Journal (BANRJ)
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The study determined assessment on the Information-Communications Technology literacy of school principals in Eastern Visayas Region, Philippines. This was conducted randomly selected central schools in thirteen (13) divisions in Department of Education. A total of 505 respondents, one hundred one (101) of whom were central school principals, 101 district supervisors and 303 teachers who rated the principal’s performance along the following indicators: Occupational Competence, Professional and Personal Competence, Attendance and Punctuality and Plus Factors. A survey questionnaire was used to gather the data relevant to the study. The obtained data were tabulated, analyzed, and interpreted through frequency counts, mean, percentage of distribution and t-test. Findings of the study were as follows: Of the 505 respondents, 65 (64.4%) were females while 36 (35.6%) were males, 53 (52.5%) belonged to early later years, 33 (32.7%) were masters’ and doctoral degree holders, 57 (56.5%) with actual monthly income of 36,501– 42,500, 40(48.51%) or almost half of the respondents has no ICT trainings, 49 (48.51%) owned computers for 1-3 years, 80 (79.21%) has 1-3 computer units, and 51 (50.5%) have favorable attitudes towards computer literacy. On the performance of principals as rated by teachers it was very satisfactory with a mean of 4.11 while immediate supervisors and principals themselves have a similar rating of very satisfactory with mean of 3.86 and 4.01 respectively. It is recommended that school principals must undergo continuing education program in relation to ICT. Literacy skills of school principals may lead to an effective instructions and managerial functions.
Relationship Between the Lecturer’s Role as Motivators to Learning Outcomes of Postpartum and Breastfeeding Midwifery Care Courses on Diploma III Midwifery Students Sukmawati, Yofa; Winora, Okfa
Basic and Applied Nursing Research Journal Vol 1 No 2 (2020): Basic and Applied Nursing Research Journal (BANRJ)
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Introduction: Education is the process of changing the attitudes and behaviors of a person or group of people through the learning and training process. The lecturer’s role as motivators to increase enthusiasm and development of lecturer learning activities is required to motivate students to obtain maximum learning outcomes. This study aims to determine the relationship between the lecturer’s role as motivators and postpartum and breastfeeding midwifery care courses' learning outcomes. Method: A type of quantitative research with analytical survey research design and cross-sectional approach. This research was conducted on diploma III midwifery students of STIKes I, with a total sample of 89 students. The data collected by using questionnaires and analyzed by Chi-Square test. Results: The results showed a significant relationship between the lecturer's role as a motivator to learning outcomes of postpartum and breastfeeding midwifery care courses, with a p-value of 0.003. Conclusion: Lecturer's role as a motivator affects postpartum and breastfeeding midwifery care courses' learning outcomes.
Provision Of Additional Food As An Effort To Handling Stunting In Children In Siwalankerto District Surabaya Hubaedah, Annah; Andarwulan, Setiana
Basic and Applied Nursing Research Journal Vol 1 No 2 (2020): Basic and Applied Nursing Research Journal (BANRJ)
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Stunting (dwarf) is a condition where toddlers have a length or height that is less than age. This condition is measured by size or size which is more than minus two median, standard deviations of the child growth standard of the WHO. Stunting toddlers include chronic nutrition problems caused by many factors such as socio-economic conditions, maternal nutrition during pregnancy, pain in infants, and lack of nutritional intake in infants. The type of research use is pre – experimental with one group design pretest posttest design where the design is no control group. The population of this studi were children who ages under 59 month. Technique samping uses probability sampling with purposive sampling method. Weight measurements were carried out before and after the supplementary food intervention, during the supplementary food intervention and keeping in mind the energy and protein consumption of food other than the supplementary food. he results showed that changes in weight status of children under five according to age indicated that there was a change in weight status of children, namely 2 children became malnourished and 13 others were still in the category of acute malnutrition. The results showed that there were differences in the Weight for Age (WAZ) index status before and after complementary foods.
25-Hydroxyvitamin D Serum Levels Unrelated to Fasting Blood Glucose Levels of Premenopausal Women in Padang Erasta, Junira; Sulastri, Delmi; Afriwardi
Basic and Applied Nursing Research Journal Vol 1 No 2 (2020): Basic and Applied Nursing Research Journal (BANRJ)
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Introduction: Low serum 25-Hydroxyvitamin D levels in premenopausal women result in the impaired release of insulin from the pancreas and reduce glucose tolerance which causes the body's metabolism to slow down resulting in weight gain leading to insulin resistance and resulting in diabetes mellitus (DM). The incidence of DM occurs at premenopausal ages compared to productive ages, the percentage of women experiencing diabetes is higher than men. This study aims to determine the relationship between 25-Hydroxyvitamin D serum levels and fasting blood glucose (FBG) levels of premenopausal women in Padang. Method: This study was conducted in the city of Padang, is observational, cross-sectional design. The study sample was 62 premenopausal women. Measurement of serum 25-Hydroxyvitamin D levels was measured by enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay and FBG levels were measured by the GOD-PAP method. Data were analyzed using the Pearson correlation test. Results: The average serum level of 25-Hydroxyvitamin D respondents was 30.96 ± 10.96 ng/ml. The average FBG level of respondents was 107.03 ± 13.74 mg/dl. There was no significant relationship between 25-Hydroxyvitamin D serum levels and FBG levels (r = - 0.038, p = 0.769). Conclusion: There is no significant relationship between 25-Hydroxyvitamin D serum levels and FBG levels of premenopausal women in Padang.
Analysis of Factors Responsible for Preoperative Anxiety in Patients during the COVID-19 Pandemic at the Surgical Polyclinic of Sanglah General Hospital, Denpasar I Made Widhi Arthayasa; Ni Luh Putu Thrisna Dewi; Ni Gusti Ayu Putu Triyani; Ketut Lisna Wati
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Surgery often causes anxiety in patients. Preoperative anxiety may cause delays of surgery due to physiological and psychological changes experienced by the patient. Preoperative anxiety is influenced by age, gender, education level, physical condition, and experience. The research objective was to analyze the influence of factors responsible for preoperative anxiety in patients at the Surgical Polyclinic of Sanglah General Hospital, Denpasar, during the COVID-19 pandemic. This research applied cross sectional design with 98 respondents who were selected by consecutive sampling method. Data were collected using the APAIS. Bivariate data analysis was performed using non-parametric Pearson’s chi-squared test and multivariate analysis with logistic regression. All patients experienced preoperative anxiety, most of which were in the moderate category (41.8%). Factors responsible for preoperative anxiety in patients at the Surgical Polyclinic of Sanglah General Hospital, Denpasar, during the COVID-19 pandemic were gender (p = 0.043, α = 0.05), education (p = 0.000, α = 0.05), and experience (p = 0.006, α = 0.05). The most dominant factor was experience with an odds ratio of 4.806. The influence of the three factors was 75.4% and the remaining 24.6% was influenced by other factors. Most respondents expressed their anxiety with fear and curiosity about surgical procedure so it is important for nurses to provide education about the surgery in order to reduce the level of preoperative anxiety in patients, especially female patients with lower levels of educational attainment who have never undergone surgery.

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