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Jurnal Edukasi Ilmiah Kesehatan
ISSN : -     EISSN : 29867894     DOI : https://doi.org/10.61099/junedik
Core Subject : Health, Science,
Jurnal Edukasi Ilmiah Kesehatan (Junedik) aims to disseminate the results of research in the field of health to academics, practitioners, students, and individuals who have competency in the field including: Nursing Nutrition Midwifery Environmental Health Public health
Articles 13 Documents
Mother's Knowledge and Attitudes About Diarrhea Management in Children Zusana A Sasarari; Yuriatson Yuriatson; Darmi Arda; Andi Suyatni Musrah; Ria Wahyuni
Jurnal Edukasi Ilmiah Kesehatan Vol. 1 No. 1 (2023): Jurnal Edukasi Ilmiah Kesehatan
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.61099/junedik.v1i1.4

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Diarrhoea is the leading cause of morbidity and mortality in children worldwide, including in Indonesia. The magnitude of the problem can be seen from the high rate of pain and death due to diarrhea. The study aims to determine mothers' knowledge and attitudes about treating diarrhea in children. Experimental quantitative research with a descriptive approach. The results showed that the level of knowledge was less than 25 people (62.5%), and the negative attitude category was 29 people (72.5%). It can be concluded that they suffer from diarrhea, while parents with good knowledge regarding managing diarrhea tend to have their children not suffer from diarrhea. Recommendations are expected to provide information for local health offices and puskesmas in overcoming diarrhea problems; this is valuable information to carry out programs to improve public health, especially diseases in children.
Workload with Emergency Installation Nurse Work Stress Suriyani Suriyani; Glendy Ariando Salomon; Richard Andreas Palilingan; Muhammad Purqan Nur; Suprapto Suprapto
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.61099/junedik.v1i1.6

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The state of the nurse's workload in the emergency department needs to be known for its quantity and quality. If the number of tasks is not proportional to the ability of both physical and expertise and the time available, it will be a source of stress. The study aimed to determine the workload with work stress in nurses in the emergency room. Quantitative research with a correlation descriptive approach, with a sample of 29 respondents using a daily log study measuring instrument. The statistics test results show a workload with a p-value of 0.000. It can be concluded that there is a relationship between workload and the work stress of nurses in the emergency room. Recommendations for nurses need effective and constructive self-management so that there is a high workload and nurse work stress can be effectively controlled to not impact the quality of service.
The Attitude of the Head of the Family About the Prevention of Diseases with Dengue Hemorrhagic Fever Wibowo Hanafi Ari Susanto; Isymiarni Syarif; Moh Malikul Mulki Mulki; Nordianiwati Nordianiwati; Maria Kurni Menga
Jurnal Edukasi Ilmiah Kesehatan Vol. 1 No. 1 (2023): Jurnal Edukasi Ilmiah Kesehatan
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.61099/junedik.v1i1.7

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Dengue hemorrhagic fever is a disease that tends to increase the number of cases and its spread and often causes extraordinary events, even death. Until now, it is still a public health problem and can cause sufferers to die quickly. This study aims to determine the head of the family's attitude toward preventing dengue hemorrhagic fever. Research design with a cross-sectional study analytical survey approach, sample technique using purposive sampling. The results showed that most heads of households had a good attitude regarding preventing dengue hemorrhagic fever. It can be concluded that the family's attitude in the category is good in preventing dengue hemorrhagic fever disease. The recommendation of health workers can come directly to the community to provide counselling on how to eradicate mosquito larvae and mosquito nests in the living environment and carry out individual hygiene.
Environmental Sanitation with Diarrhea in the Elderly Ester Ester; Trimaya Cahya Mulat; A. Suyatni Musrah; Lina Yunita; A. Syamsinar Asmi
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.61099/junedik.v1i1.10

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Abnormal bowel movements more than three times a day with concentrations of watery stools with or without blood or mucus due to inflammatory processes in the stomach or intestines. Purpose: Knowing environmental sanitation with the incidence of diarrhea in the elderly. Method: The research design used was an analytic survey using a cross sectional study, the population in this study was the elderly, a sample of 30 respondents. Results: The statistical test shows that the chi square test for clean water supply has a value of ? = 0.045, family latrines ? = 0.045, household waste management ?=0.045, and SPAL ?=0.049. Conclusion: That there is a relationship between clean water supply, use of family latrines, household waste management, and SPAL with the incidence of diarrhea in the elderly. Water is very important for human life. Efforts can be made to improve the provision of clean water, provision of latrines, management of solid waste, management of liquid waste, and efforts to improve environmental sanitation programs.
Nurses' Attitudes and Behaviors Towards Nosocomial Infection Prevention Anggeraeni Anggeraeni; Hairuddin K; Nordianiwati Nordianiwati; Cyntia Theresia Lumintang
Jurnal Edukasi Ilmiah Kesehatan Vol. 1 No. 1 (2023): Jurnal Edukasi Ilmiah Kesehatan
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.61099/junedik.v1i1.11

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Background: Health services require health workers who are devoted to every field of health and have the knowledge and skills in the health sector to carry out health efforts. Health workers perform their obligations and duties must be based on licenses and rules that the hospital has determined. Purpose: Knowing the attitude and behavior of nurses towards preventing Nosocomial infections. Method: Descriptive research design using cross-sectional study design. There were 75 samples with a total sampling technique. Results: This showed that nurse attitudes for all nurses had a positive attitude of 75 respondents and negative behavior of 1 respondent. Conclusion: The whole nurse has a positive attitude towards preventing nosocomial infections. Factors associated with nosocomial infections are invasive tinting and infusion insertion, overcrowded room, misuse of antibiotics, improper sterilization procedures, and non-observance of infection control regulations by nurses
Application of Range of Motion in Stroke Patients with Impaired Physical Mobility Suprapto Suprapto; Trimaya Cahya Mulat; A. Syamsinar Asmi; Muridah Muridah
Jurnal Edukasi Ilmiah Kesehatan Vol. 1 No. 2 (2023): Jurnal Edukasi Ilmiah Kesehatan
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.61099/junedik.v1i2.13

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Stroke is one of the serious diseases and can cause impaired physical mobility in patients. This impaired physical mobility can negatively impact the patient's daily life, including the ability to walk, stand, or perform other physical activities. The study aims to find out how the application of a range of motion in stroke patients with impaired physical mobility. Descriptive qualitative research design with a case study approach. The results of the application of passive ROM techniques carried out on non-hemorrhagic stroke patients with weaknesses in extremities are effective and ineffective, this is because the first patient and family are very enthusiastic and eager to move independently while the second patient and family lack motivation and surrender to the disease. It can be concluded that the response of the two patients is different due to the psychological factors of the patient and the family's understanding of the range of motion exercise given
The Role of the Nursing Committee on the Quality of Nursing Services Yolanda Anastasia Sihombing; Nur Syamsi Norma Lala; Muh. Ihsan Kamaruddin
Jurnal Edukasi Ilmiah Kesehatan Vol. 1 No. 2 (2023): Jurnal Edukasi Ilmiah Kesehatan
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.61099/junedik.v1i2.14

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The Nursing Committee plays an important role in improving the quality of nursing services. The committee's role includes the development and review of nursing policies and procedures, monitoring and evaluation of nursing practice, training, and professional development, collaboration between nurses and health teams, and advocacy for nurses and patients. This study aims to determine the role of the nursing committee in the quality of nursing services. Quantitative research design with cross-sectional analytical descriptive approach. The results show a p-value; of 0.043 which states the influence of the role of the nursing committee on the quality of nursing services. It can be concluded that researchers reveal a relationship between the role of the nursing committee and the quality of nursing services. The role of an effective Nursing Committee can contribute positively to improving the quality of nursing services.
Implementation of Nurse Therapeutic Communication in the Inpatient Room Darmi Arda; Maria Kurni Menga; Yuriatson Yuriatson
Jurnal Edukasi Ilmiah Kesehatan Vol. 1 No. 2 (2023): Jurnal Edukasi Ilmiah Kesehatan
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.61099/junedik.v1i2.15

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Therapeutic communication is one of the important components of nursing practice in the treatment room. It involves the exchange of information, empathy, and support between nurses and patients. The study aims to determine the implementation of nurse-therapeutic communication in the inpatient room. Quantitative research design with descriptive survey approach. The result is that the implementation of nurse therapeutic communication in the pre-orientation, orientation, work, and termination phases is carried out partially. It can be concluded that the implementation of nurse therapeutic communication in the pre-orientation phase, orientation phase, work phase, and termination phase is carried out partially. The influence of communication dynamics in the application of therapeutic communication shows that nurses carrying out therapeutic communication in the pre-orientation phase are only partially carried out
The Effect of Stress and Environment on Nursing Performance Glendy Ariando Salomon; Zusana A. Sasarari; Anita Lontaan; Femmy Keintjem; Lorrien Grace Runtu
Jurnal Edukasi Ilmiah Kesehatan Vol. 1 No. 2 (2023): Jurnal Edukasi Ilmiah Kesehatan
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.61099/junedik.v1i2.16

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The development of service organizations in the health sector is a top priority for every consumer to get the best service. Every health institution is competing to provide health facilities and infrastructure to serve consumers as well as possible. This study aimed at the influence of stress and environment on nursing performance. The quantitative research method is a method in this study using a causal research design. Results showed variable work stress: 0.013 and work environment: 0.000. It can be concluded that stress and environment affect nurse performance. High work stress and poor work environment can interfere with nurses' concentration and focus in carrying out their duties and the work environment positively affects nurses' performance. Things that can affect either indirectly or directly the performance of employees and organizations in a company are the work environment.
Head of Room Leadership Style with Nurse Work Motivation Herlina Herlina; Nordianiwati Nordianiwati; Ria Wahyuni
Jurnal Edukasi Ilmiah Kesehatan Vol. 1 No. 2 (2023): Jurnal Edukasi Ilmiah Kesehatan
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.61099/junedik.v1i2.17

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The leadership style of the head of the room has a significant influence on the work motivation of nurses. An effective and supportive leadership style can increase nurses' work motivation, which in turn can affect the quality of care provided and their job satisfaction. The study aims to determine the leadership style of the head of the room with the work motivation of nurses. Analytical descriptive research design with cross-sectional study approach. A study to study the dynamics of correlation between risk factors and effects by approaching, observing, or collecting data at once at one time. The results showed that the percentage of democratic leadership style produced high motivation as much as 85.7% while authoritarianism produced low motivation as much as 75.0%, with a P-Value value: of 0.020. It can be concluded that there is a relationship between the implementation of the leadership style of the head of the room with the motivation of the nurse's work. Therefore, the head of the room needs to understand the importance of an effective and adaptive leadership style to the needs of nurses. Through the adoption of a supportive leadership style, room heads can create a work environment that motivates, supports, and inspires nurses to provide high-quality care to patients

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