Proceedings of the International Conference of Health Development. Covid-19 and the Role of Healthcare Workers in the Industrial Era (ICHD 2020)

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Effect of Spiritual Care Towards Diet Compliance in Diabetes Mellitus Type II Patients

Baiq Nurainun Apriani Idris, Hapipah, Melina Ariyanti, Zainal Arifin, Supriyadi, Zainatul Mardiyah
The increasing of Diabetes Mellitus type 2 caused by several factors, such as lack of diet compliance of patients. Spiritual care is non -pharmacological treatment that has not been widely applied to improve dietary compliance in patients with Diabetes Mellitus type 2. This research aims to determine...
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Systematic Review: The Influence of Clinical Pathway Implementation on Length of Stay and Patient Outcome of Stroke Infarct Patients

Titis Elvira Nizar, Atik Nurwahyuni, Cicilya Candi
At present, focus of health services is shifting to Patient Centered Care, where healthcare is directed towards controlled clinical strategy management, so that health organizations are more efficient without sacrificing the quality of services given. The European Pathway Association suggests that Clinical...
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Effective Communication Improvement in Chemotherapy Services in Hospitals Through the Development of the ChemoCarePlan Application Prototype

Putri Yuliani, Wahyu Sulistiadi
The flow process of chemotherapy services involves multidisciplinary and multidepartmental processes, so it needs to be well designed to prevent patient safety incidents that can cause injury to patients. Based on the aggregate root cause analysis conducted by the Quality and Patient Safety Committee,...
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The Association Between Working Position and Musculoskeletal Disorders Complaints Using Nordic Body Map Questionnaire among Emergency Nurses

Su’udi, Aby Yazid Al Busthomy Rofi’i
Background: The lack of ergonomic aspects during working might cause health problems, including fatigue, muscle pain, and vascular disorders. Nurses are included in the category due to the activities that involve patient caring, which be conducted repeatedly, namely patients’ transfer and reposition,...
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Correlation Between Stress Level and Albumin Creatinine Ratio (ACR) among Hypertensive Patients

Fiora Ladesvita, Diah Tika Anggraeni, Florensia Lima
Background: Chronic hypertension can impact on decreased kidney function. Hypertension, accompanied by stress, increases the risk of kidney failure. The risk of damaged kidney function in hypertensive patients can be seen from the albumin creatinine ratio. This study aims to determine the correlation...
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Factors Related to Nurse’s Compliance in Administering Intravenous Injection

Santi Fajar, Kristina Lisum
Background: Nursing care including administer intravenous injection must refer to the standard determined by the hospital. It is preventing medication error that could threaten patient’s safety. This study aimed to identify factors related to nurse’s compliance in administering intravenous injection...
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The Experience of Post Tubectomy in Women of Productive Age

Eunice Petrisia, Justina Purwarini, Jesika Passaribu
Background: Many women worry about tubectomy contraception. Tubectomy contraception is rarely sought after by the general public, even though age and high parity are the main factors in the use of this contraception. Each contraceptive has its own side effects. The purpose of this study was to determine...
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The Effectiveness of Diabetic Foot Exercise to Peripheral Neuropathy Symptoms and Fasting Blood Glucose in Type 2 Diabetes Patients

Vellacita Graciella, Dewi Prabawati
Introduction: Peripheral neuropathy is a nerve disorder in the foot caused by chronic diabetes, and damage the sensory nerves. Initially, patients will complain of numbness, and gradually have an impact on the inability to feel the stimulation of pain that triggers gangrene wounds and even infections....
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Postpartum Supportive Care Increases Breastfeeding Effectiveness in Mothers With Twins: Evidence Based Nursing Practice

Lina Ayu Marcelina, Imami Nur Rachmawati, Wiwit Kurniawati
Objectives: To evaluate Postpartum Supportive Care (PSC) on breastfeeding in mother with twins. Method: One of the evidence-based nursing practice (EBNP) that can be applied to minimize risks to mothers and babies is postpartum supportive care (PSC). The EBNP was applied to five postpartum mothers with...
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Relationship Between Reuse Dialyzer With Adequacy of the Dialysis in Hemodialysis Patients at RSUD Pasar Minggu South of Jakarta

Indah Agustin Pratiwi, Santi Herlina
Background: Dialyzer reuse is a type of dialyzer used in hemodialysis patients. Its use aims to reduce dialysis costs, reduce symptoms of first use syndrome on new dialyzers and improve biocompatibility. Dialysis adequacy is an indicator of determining the adequacy of the dose in hemodialysis patients....
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Association Between Duration of Breastfeeding to Incidence of Maternal Hypertension

Ludya Venamolita Uspessy, Regina Vidya Trias Novita
The hormone prolactin and oxytocin, are also related to blood pressure regulation and the risk of hypertension for women who are breastfeeding. The lactation has been associated with an increased risk for incident hypertension, but the effect of duration breastfeeding and exclusive breastfeeding is unknown....
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Family Support for Anxiety in Adults Facing Covid-19 Pandemic

Fajri Eka Tyassari, Evin Novianti
Covid-19 pandemic is a worldwide coronavirus spread. WHO stipulates that covid-19 is an international health emergency and has psychological effects, especially on adults. In the face of the covid-19 pandemic, family support is very important order to manage psychological effects, especially anxiety...
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Factors Related to Anxiety Level in Family Members of Patients With Cerebrovascular Disease at Siloam General Hospital, Karawaci 2020

Felani Dio Fadron, Stefanus Andang Ides, Fitriana Suprapti
Background: Anxiety experienced by the family is one form of psychological disorders in family members who suffer a stroke. The study aims to determine the factors related anxiety level in family members of patients with cerebrovascular disease at Siloam General Hospital Karawaci. Method: Method research...
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Correlation Between Age and Education With Knowledge of Health Protocol Covid-19 Prevention Among Midwifes In Bekasi Regency 2020

Hajar Nur Fathur Rohmah, Herlina Simanjuntak
Backround: Covid-19 pandemic has affected countries world-wide, Indonesia is one of them. More than a hundred thousands of Indonesian citizens were infected of Covid-19, including health workers. Midwife is one of the health workers who do much frequent interactions with people in the society. Thus,...
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Does Leadership Affect the Patient Safety Climate? Study at X Hospital Indonesia

Dyah Utari, Farahdina Bachtiar, Condrowati, Fandita Tonyka Maharani
Background: Patient safety is a component and main principle in service delivery. Patient safety can be realized with a positive patient safety climate. The main factor that plays a role in the patient safety climate is management commitment, which includes reward and punishment, management commitment,...
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Factors Related to Work Stress in Elementary School Teachers in East Cengkareng Village During Work From Home

Devi Angeliana Kusumaningtiar, Dewi Anggraini
Work stress is a condition of the subjective understanding of the individual can be a form of interaction between the individual and the work environment that can threaten and put pressure on the psychological, physiological, and individual attitudes. Work stress can cause negative impact on health such...
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The Effectiveness of Modified Self-Hypnosis on Anxiety Students Facing the Final Task and Case Studies

Angga Saeful Rahmat
The last semester students are facing the final task and case studies, this situation can be scary for students and unpleasant due to the process of the identified problem and get it done through a discussion scientific plus doing case study running simultaneously. A student can be anxious, there are...
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An Overview of the Consumption of Vegetables and Fruit in Public Elementary School Children in Bogor Regency

Nur Intania Sofianita, Ali Khomsan, Budi Setiawan, Ikeu Ekayanti
Background: The lack of behavior in eating vegetables and fruit among schoolchildren causes some children to suffer from malnutrition. This study aims to look at the description and relationship between the behavior of vegetable and fruit consumption with the variable characteristics of the respondents....
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Readiness Analysis of Electronic Information System in Public Health Center as Supporting Tools in Implementation of Fraud Prevention System on UHC Program: Literature Review

Andina Sri Fahmi, Dumilah Ayuningtyas
Background: Fraud in healthcare become one of the obstacles for health system sustainability, including for the UHC Program in Indonesia. This article aims to know the readiness of the electronic information system in the Public Health Center in Indonesia, as supporting tools for policy implementation...
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Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy for ‘Happy’ Hypoxia in COVID-19 Patient, Why is it Better?

Sofia Wardhani, M Guritno Suryokusumo, Naura Rahma Andhika Putri
Background: Lately, there has been many discussions regarding happy / silent hypoxia, whereas the patient does not sense or show symptoms of breathlessness yet the patient has been experiencing hypoxia due to Covid-19 infection. This has caused death to many Covid-19 patients without comorbidities. The...
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The Relationship Between Age of Pregnant Women and Parity With the Incidence of Anemia in Third Semester Pregnant Women

Gisely Vionalita, Ninoy Tahta Permata
Objective: This research aims to determine the relationship between age of pregnant women and parity with anemia in third trimester pregnant women at Sidorejo Lor Health Center in 2019. Methods: This is a quantitative research is conducted on third semester pregnant women in Sidorejo Lor Public Health...
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Effect of Plyometric and Sprint Training on VO2Max in Amateur Football Player

Agustiyawan, Heri Wibisono, Purnamadiyawati
Background: Among the most important physiological performance indicators in football team are speed and velocity at maximal oxygen uptake. Plyometric training is considered essential techniques to enhance neuromuscular functioning in football players. Methods: The present study aims at investigating...
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The Relationship Between Smartphone Use and Musculoskeletal Symptoms of Physiotherapy Students During Covid-19 Pandemic

Eko Prabowo, Suci Wahyu Ismiyasa
Development in smartphone in research company IDC (Interntional Data Corporation) in market smartphone in 2011 years increase in 49,2 %,as a result in increase user smartphone can be relate user smartphone in daily. Everyone in the world use smartphone in averages 7 hours. Use over is can problem in...
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The Intervention of Chair and ‘Gawangan’ Among Batik Workers at a Company in Indonesia

Fandita Tonyka Maharani, L. Meily Kurniawidjaja, Indri Hapsari, Hendra
Background: UNESCO has recognised batik Indonesia as Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity since 2009. Batik is a widespread industry and employed many workers. The previous study in a company found that chemical and ergonomic are the highest hazards, which include work for 6-8 hours/day in an awkward...
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Musculoskeletal Disorder of Workers During Work From Home on Covid-19 Pandemic: A Descriptive Study

Condrowati, Farahdina Bachtiar, Fandita T. Maharani, Dyah Utari
Background: Musculoskeletal disorder is one of the health problems which can be caused by the workforce. Work-related to musculoskeletal disorder signed by general chronic pain. Due to the impact of Covid-19, the change of the work from the office to be work from home is worried to trigger musculoskeletal...
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Analysis of Satisfaction of Physiotherapy Student Towards Online Learning System

Suci Wahyu Ismiyasa, Heri Wibisono
Introduction: The Corona virus COVID-19 is affecting 213 countries to make people do social distancing. We protect one another as we move through these phases. As college students and lecturers decide whether to head back to class and as universities weigh how and whether to reopen, the coronavirus is...
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Effect of Diabetes Exercise on Blood Pressure in the Diabetes Mellitus Community

Sri Yani, Farahdina Bachtiar
Diabetes exercise can control cholesterol, changes in blood pressure, reduce BMI, and increase the flexibility of Diabetes Mellitus (DM) sufferers. This study aimed to examine diabetes exercise in DM sufferers against changes in blood pressure. The research method used was a pre-experimental design with...
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The Correlation Between the Post Power Syndrome and the Fulfillment Needs of Activity Daily Living of Elderly in Graha Werdha Aussi Kusuma Lestari

Anastasia Oli Ina Ladopurab, Indriati Kusumaningsih, Paramitha Wirdani Ningsih Marlina
Background: The elderly is a period of decline in biological function that cannot be avoided by every human being. The decline in biological function can affect various aspects of life including physical, psychological, and social aspects. One change in social roles that has a major impact on the elderly...
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Factors Related to the Completeness of Immunization in Public Health Center Ladja, Ngada 2019

Brigitta Hedwigis Kedhi, Indriati Kusumaningsih, Wilhemus Hary Susilo
The UCI coverage of the Indonesian villages’ in 2016 was at 66%. Immunization is one of the most effective health effort to reduce the mortality rate of infants and toddlers. This study aimed to determine the factors related to the completeness of immunization in public health center Ladja, Ngada. The...
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Experience of Doing Independent Care for Covid-19 Suspect Client With Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) Comorbid

Afif A Amrullah, Cahya Arbitera
Background: Corona infection is a viral infection that attacks the respiratory system. Patients who are classified as suspect Covid-19 undergo independent isolation at home or in the hospital so that they do not transmit to other people and their health conditions are monitored. Home care of patients...
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Relationship Between Hydration Status and Anemia Status in Female Students at SMK Bekasi City

Utami Wahyuningsih, Fatien Triananda Kusuma Putri, Afrinia Eka Sari, Muhammad Nur Hasan Syah
Nowadays, anemia is a serious problem especially for girl adolescents. The high prevalence of anemia for girl adolescents needs to be handled to prevent long phase impact or short phase impact. One of any method handling for anemia is by knowing the cause and overcoming it probably. Dehydration is one...
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Nutritional Value and Organoleptic of Gembili Yogurt With the Addition of Red Dragon Fruit Juice

Ibnu Malkan Bakhrul Ilmi, Wida Aulia
In Indonesia, the prevalence of cancer increased to 1.8% in 2013-2018. Cancer incidence can be prevented by consuming foods containing antioxidants to prevent oxidative stress and cancer. Red dragon fruit juice and yoghurt are known as food with antioxidants. This study aims to investigate the nutrition...
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A Systematic Review: Challenges and Evaluations Related to Telemedicine as a Healthcare’s Hope to Tackle COVID-19

Hikmahwati, Wahyu Sulistiadi
The presence of COVID-19 pandemic makes Indonesian government established a health administration policy through telemedicine in the context of preventing the spread of COVID-19. Indonesia predicted has a high growth in telemedicine. However, previously Indonesia has never had any policy regulating telemedicine...
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Indonesian Under Five Years of Age Children’s Malnutrition: A Case Study of Fisherman Community in Jakarta Bay

Rahmah Hida Nurrizka, M. Ikhsan Ammar, Arga Buntara, Feda Anisah Makkiyah
Background: This study analyzed the determinants of malnutrition children under five years of age among the fishermen community in Jakarta Bay, Indonesia. Methods: This is a cross-sectional study which involved households having under five years of age children as samples. The study involved 100 children...
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Relationship Practical Experince and Knowledge With Implementing Health Protocol During Pandemic Covid-19 Among Midwives in Bekasi District

Herlina Simanjuntak, Hajar Nur Fathur Rohmah
COVID-19 has been declared as the world pandemic and also as an outbreak of non-natural disasters in Indonesia. The government has made health service policies and protocols, especially maternal and child health services. Midwives are at the forefront and health workers that most often encountered by...
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Satisfaction of Medical Staff in Using Electronic Medical Records at Ujung Batu Awal Bros Hospital

Lanisa Nauli Sitorus, Wahyu Sulistiadi
Development of technology and information systems at this time must also be quickly adopted by the hospital as a public facility services. Electronic Medical Record is a system that implemented as an innovation to accelerate services at Ujung Batu Awal Bros Hospital. This study aims to see level of satisfaction...
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Analysis of A Healthy and Hygienic Lifestyle Towards Patients With Leprosy in Sukatani Bekasi District 2020

Anwar H Syaefunnuril, Suanda Saputra, M. Nur Iqbal
Background: Leprosy is a contagious disease that can cause several very complex problems for sufferers and the environment. The problems that occur are not only problems from a medical perspective, but will also extend to problems in the social, economic, cultural, security, and even national resilience...
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The Level of Public Knowledge About HIV/AIDS With the Stigma of PLWHA: Cross Sectional Study

Cionia Clovianthy Manjaw, Sondang Ratnauli Sianturi
Background. The Stigma that HIV/AIDS was something embarrassing and was a contagious disease, made the PLWHA unwilling to be open and ashamed if they have to go to health care to get treatment. The Stigma created often occurs because of a person’s knowledge of HIV/AIDS is insufficient. The purpose of...
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Leadership Style With Burnout Incident in Nurse

Sopian Halid, Irwan Hadi. Dian Istiana, Syahril
Background: Quality and nursing service in the hospital is decided by management of leadership managerial in unit nursing room which is done by chief room. They have planning and evaluation rules in a unit to be expected to act and motivate nurses in these rooms. However, some cases often occur low motivation...
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The Effectiveness of the Community Movement Program Healthy as Efforts Prevention Syndrome Dyspepsia at UPN Veteran Jakarta of Pandemic Covid 19

Fathinah Ranggauni Hardy, Rafiah Maharani Pulungan, Agustina, Erin Kurnia Sari, Reynanda Nadhira Rinaldi
The incidence of dyspepsia emergency can be caused by various factors of risk, such as age, type of sex, the activity physical, smoke, status of nutrition, environment, social economy, patterns of eating and the frequency breakfast habit in the week, the eating habit of beverage risk such as coffee,...
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Peer Influence and Dating as Predictors of Pre- Marital Sexual Behavior Among Indonesia Unmarried Youth

Dian Luthfiana Sufyan, Yuri Nurdiantami
Background & purpose: Indonesia are facing demographic dividend in the next decade, as the main responsible human resource, identification of potential factors associated to sexual-risk behavior among unmarried youth must be undertaken. This study aims to investigate the association and identify...
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The Validity and Reliability of School Readiness Measurement Tool in Weekly Iron Folic Acid Supplementation Program

Apriningsih, Siti Madanijah, Cesilia M Dwiriani, Risatianti Kolopaking
The efforts to reduce the prevalence of anemia among adolescent girls is a public health concern in developing countries. Schools play significant roles in weekly iron-folic acid supplementation (WIFAS) program and readiness to implement it is essential in addressing the disorder. The study on the validity...
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The Influence of Knowledge on Student Actions in Prevention and Control of Covid-19

Serri Hutahaean, Nourmayansa Vidya Anggraini, Rosiana, Mentari Elisabeth Tinambunan, Shafiyyah Al Atsariyah
Covid-19 is a new virus that emerged in the world at the end of 2019. Covid-19 is experiencing a very fast increase. These conditions led to the closure of public places, the stoppage of public transportation, the isolation, and management of the infected, all to prevent and control COVID-19. The purpose...
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The Relationship Between Venous Location and Chemotherapy Extravasation Incidence in Cancer Patients

Mila Sartika, Serri Hutahaean, Restu Iriani
Cancer is a general term for a large group of diseases that can affect any part of the body. Other terms used are malignant tumors and neoplasms. This study aimed to determine the relationship between venous location and the incidence of chemotherapy extravasation in cancer patients. The research method...
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The Use of Technology in Early Childhood Education: A Systematic Review

Yuri Nurdiantami, Hilda Meriyandah Agil
The use of technology in digital era has influenced many factors including education. All stages of education including for the early childhood are now starting to implement digital based education. Therefore, it is important to investigate the influence of technology for the preschoolers. This study...
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Computer Vision Syndrome (CVS) Among Hardware Store Workers in Glodok Retail Area (a Case Study)

Muhammad Bilal Ibnu Maeda, Rizki Amalia, Azizah Musliha Fitri, Yuri Nurdiantami
Background: In this Digital Era, we need computer devices to simplify our tasks. Inevitably, intense work in front of monitors put our visual systems fully utilized. Vision and eye-related problems at computer display are determined as Computer Vision Syndrome (CVS). In a Retail Business setting, the...
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Physical Activity Levels of Adults During Covid-19 Quarantine in Indonesia: A Cross-Sectional Descriptive Study

Farahdina Bachtiar, Condrowati, Dyah Utari, Fandita Tonyka Maharani
People all over the world are required to practice social distancing and undergoing self-quarantine and home- isolation during the Covid-19 pandemic. Despite social distancing can slow down the widespread of COVID- 19, it means people will spend much of their time at home and will be physically inactive....
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Antenatal Nutrition Social Norms in Indonesia: A Literature Review

Terry Y.R. Pristya, Azizah Musliha Fitri, Widayani Wahyuningtyas
Background: Pregnancy was the most important initial period in a thousand days of the golden age of a child’s life. Insufficient nutritional intake for pregnant women poses a risk to both the mother and the baby. In some parts of Indonesia, restrictions on food consumption related to social norms during...
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Efforts to Optimize the Orientation of New Nurses: Pilot Study

Dewi Kusumaningsih, Rr.Tutik Sri Hariyati, Serri Hutahaean, Nourmayansa Vidya Anggraini, Dwi Nopriyanto
The orientation of new nurses is needed to facilitate the familiar environment, tasks, and new jobs, but not all hospitals set it up. The purpose optimization of the orientation of new nurses was to set up the equipment needed in the implementation of orientation, both technically and policies, as well...
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Factors Affecting the Practice of Complementary Feeding Among Household With Children Under Two Years of Age: A Cross-sectional Study in Banten and West Java

Rahmah Hida Nurrizka, Dwi Mutia Wenny, Rizky Amalia
This study aims to analyze the practice of complementary feeding and the factors that influence it in two provinces in Indonesia, such as Banten Province and West Java Province. The research design was cross-sectional using secondary data from the 2017 Indonesian National Socio-Economic Survey. The sample...
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A Study on Mothers’ Hygiene, Sanitation, and Exclusive Breastfeeding With Diarrhea Prevention Among Toddlers

Nayla K Fithri, Rizki Amalia
Diarrhea is still a public health threat in developing countries, including Indonesia, due to its high morbidity and mortality. Many factors, both direct and indirect contributions to diarrhea, including agent, host, environment, and behavior. This research determined to identify the correlation between...
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Marketing Strategy to Improve Patients’ Visitation to Mayapada Hospital Tangerang during Covid-19 Pandemic Using SWOT Analysis

S Willia Gontina, Wahyu Sulistiadi
The Covid pandemic made the global economy unpredictable, including the health sector, especially health services in Indonesia. In this covid era, patient visit has decreasing. All healthcare services has been decreasing, the American Hospital Association reported that in May 2020 there was a decreasing...
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Study of Covid-19 Prevention: Diet and Physical Activity During Large-Scale Social Restrictions in West Sumatera

Yeffi Masnarivan, Arinil Haq, Anggela Pradiva Putri
Coronavirus Disease or known as COVID-19 is currently a global health problem. COVID-19 is a new disease caused by a virus called Sars-Cov-2. The first case in West Sumatera Province was reported on March 18, 2020. As of May 2, 2020, total of 182 positive cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed in West...
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Analysis of Individual Factors on Mother’s Behavior in the First Neonatal Visit (KN1) in 8 Provinces in Indonesia

Triseu Setianingsih
Most of the neonatal deaths that occur after 6-48 hours postpartum can be prevented with appropriate newborn care and started immediately after delivery through adequate and standardized first neonatal visits (KN1) (WHO, 2012). However, the KN1 coverage in Indonesia is still not in accordance with the...
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Effect of Obesity on Covid-19 Patients

Celly Devita Febrianti, Cicylia Candi, Wahyu Sulistiadi
Background: Covid-19 is a disease that can cause pneumonia, respiratory failure, and death. Patients with severe infections should be admitted to the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) with a ventilator, while the ventilator facilities in the ICU are limited. For this reason, vigilance is needed by knowing conditions...
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Knowledge and Attitude Relationship With Prevention Corona Virus Disease (Covid-19)

Susilia Idyawati, Ni Putu Aryani, Baiq Ricca Afrida, Nurul Hikmah Annisa, Anna Layla Salfarina
Corona Virus Disease or what is often called COVID-19 is a problem in the world and also in Indonesia. Data on positive cases of COVID-19 in West Lombok as of 1 May 2020 were 35 positive cases. According to WHO, COVID-19 is spread from person to person through tiny droplets from the nose or mouth that...
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Preparedness of the Bhakti Wira Tantama Army Hospital Semarang in Facing The Covid-19 Outbreak

Rianti Merviane Erungan, Wahyu Sulistyadi
Coronavirus is one of the large family of viruses. On March 11, 2020, WHO established COVID-19 as a pandemic. This research aim was to analyze, to assess the level of Preparedness of the Bhakti Wira Tantama Army Hospital in facing the Covid-19 outbreak. This type of researched is descriptive with study...
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Relationship Between Kangaroo Mother Care Practice and Weight of Low Birth Weight’s Infants in North Jakarta

Intan Silviana Mustikawati, Ade Heryana
Infant and neonatal mortality rates are still high in Indonesia, where the main problem of infant mortality is neonatal. One of the causes of neonatal death is Low Birth Weight (LBW)s’ infants who currently reach a prevalence of 10.2%. Kangaroo Mother Care (KMC) is one of the interventions to reduce...
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Determinants of Exclusive Breastfeeding Practice in Indonesia: Analysis of Demographic and Health Surveys Program (DHS) 2017

Ulya Qoulan Karima, Chahya Kharin Herbawani, Ikha Deviyanti Puspita, Terry Y.R. Pristya, Septyana Choirunisa
Background: Breastfeeding is the cornerstone of child survival, nutrition, and development. The World Health Organization (WHO) recommends exclusive breasfeeding for the first 6 months of life. The objective of this study is to estimate the prevalence of being not exclusive breasfeeding and to identify...
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Problem Solving Strategies Using Coping With Burnout on Nurses: Literature Review

Januarita Akhrina, Nelly Febriani
Background: Nurses as providers of nursing care have high responsibilities so they are very vulnerable to burnout. Burnout can be overcome by strategies for solving problem using coping with burnout. The purpose of this literature review is to analyze coping strategies that are used by nurses to deal...
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Nurses Experience in End of Life Decision-Making for Covid-19 Patients in the Intensive Care Unit

Diah Tika Anggraeni, Deby Tangkabiringan, Mareta Dea Rosaline
Background: COVID-19 virus spread rapidly throughout the world. It caused the massive patients admitted to the hospitals with severe Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome to exceed the capacity of beds in the ICU. It makes the hospital give priority to the ICU bed for the COVID-19 patient with the best...
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Comparison Quality of Life in Patient With Chronic Kidney Disease Based on Frequency of Hemodialysis in the Community: A Research During Covid-19

Assyfa Siti Rohmah, Fiora Ladesvita
Background: The incidence of chronic kidney disease has been increased every year. One of the treatment in these cases is hemodialysis. Hemodialysis can affect physical dan psychological that affect quality of life in patients. This study was conducted to analyze the differences in quality of life based...
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A Study on the Self-Concept of Adolescent With Down Syndrome Siblings in Special Needs State School in Jakarta

Muthia Nasya Utami, Duma Lumban Tobing
Background: Down Syndrome is a type of genetic disease caused by abnormalities on chromosome 21 which causes the patients to experience delays in physical and mental development. As a result, this has an impact on the family, including siblings. The purpose of this study was to figure out the image of...
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Factors Related to Academic Stress During the Covid-19 Pandemic in Nursing Students of UPN Veteran Jakarta

Mareta Dea Rosaline, Diah Tika Anggraeni
Background: Academic stress is one of the biggest health problems that have an impact on academic performance. Students become a group that is vulnerable to the stress that comes from academic life. Academic stress that is usually experienced by students is due to academic responsibility. The online...
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Factors Related to Practice, Attitude and Skill of Nurses to Evidence Based Practice in the Hospital

Fitriana Suprapti
Background. Evidence based practice in nursing is an implementation method of patient care to improve the patient quality of care. The understanding and implementation of evidence based practice in nursing practice in Indonesia needs to be improved. Aim. The objective of the study was to determine factors...
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Pregnancy and Covid-19: A Literature Review

Chahya Kharin Herbawani, Salshabiyla Naura Almamira Cukarso, Intan Muzdhalifa Maulana, Flavia Stefanie Ananda Utami
Background: Coronavirus is a large family of viruses that can cause disease from mild to severe symptoms. COVID-19 attacks people of all ages including vulnerable groups such as pregnant women. Numbers of previous researches on the coronavirus, (SARS-CoV and MERS-CoV), stated that pregnant women have...
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The Effectiveness of Acupressure and Foot Exercises on the Ankle Brachial Index (ABI) Value in Diabetes Mellitus Type 2 Patients

Jumari, Bambang Suryadi
Diabetes is still a problem and continues to increase. If not treated immediately, it will result in various complications such as diabetic ulcers, amputations, and even death. Most patients with type 2 diabetes still have difficulty controlling blood glucose levels so that it affects the ankle-brachial...
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Description of Parent Caring Practices in Stunting Children During the Covid-19 Pandemic Period in Working Area of Public Health Center Penimbung, West Lombok District

Eka Adithia Pratiwi, Baiq Nurul Hidayati, Rias Pratiwi Safitri, Fitri Romadonika
Indonesia is estimated to be in the top three countries with a high prevalence of stunting with an average of 37.2% short and very short children under five in 2018 (Riskesdas). One of the causes of stunting is the factor of parenting. Currently, Indonesia is experiencing a drastic economic decline due...
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Relaxation Therapy in Pregnant Women With Premature Contractions: Evidence-Based Nursing Practice

Riadinni Alita, Setyowati, Imami Nur Rachmawati
Premature contractions result in preterm labor and are dangerous for the safety of the fetus. Premature labor or babies born with low birth weight have a risk of developmental disorders, risk of infection and even death. Therefore, medical and nursing management is needed to prevent recurring premature...
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The Relation of Team Work and Communication With Patient Safety Implementation in Nursing Staff

Irwan Hadi, Baiq Nurainun Apriani Idris, Sopian Halid, Zulkahfi. Abdul Haris
Background: patient’s safety is a basic principle of health service. Safety is also a right for the patient in receiving health services. The change of the health service paradigm from safety to safety-quality means not only to increase the quality but also to keep patient safety. In 1999 the Institute...
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Technology Use Among Indonesian Nursing Students Does Not Correlate With Their Perception of Telenursing Competence

Laksita Barbara, Dora Samaria
Background: Current nursing students are mostly from a generation native to information technology use. They are expected to be familiar with the use of technology in telenursing, which is more needed in these times. However, whether their technology use affects their perception of telenursing is unknown....
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Non-Pharmacological Pain Management in Islamic Tenet to Reduce Labor Pain: A Literature Review

Background: This study aims to explore kinds of non-pharmacological pain management most frequently used by nurse and to examine the effects of the non-pharmacological on health outcomes in maternity nursing. Methods: Databases searched for books and electronic journal that were published from the search...
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Balance Diet Index (BDI) of Under-Five Children During Coronavirus Pandemic

Muhammad Nur Hasan Syah, Dian Luthfiana Sufyan, Nurbaya
The Covid-19 pandemic will indirectly have an impact on the ability of families to meet basic needs, including food needs for families with low economic level. Although it has not happened yet, it could resemble the economic crisis that took place two decades ago. From the analysis conducted by WHO and...
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Relationship of Knowledge With Safety Riding Behavior in Class XII, Students of Waringinkurung Senior High School, 2020

Ahmad Irfandi, Wika Widyanti Shaputri
Safety Riding behavior is an effort made to minimize the level of danger and maximize safety in driving, in order to create a condition that does not endanger other riders and is aware of possible dangers that can occur around us and understands how to prevent and overcome them. The factors that affect...
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Time Consumable SARS Cov-2 Testing With RT- PCR in Indonesia: A Survey Study

Ade Heryana, Erlina Puspitaloka Mahadewi
The requirement of Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Corona Virus-2 (SARS CoV-2) testing particularly with Polymerase Chain Reaction (RT-PCR) technology grow-up in line with the enhancement of Covid-19 pandemic. RT- PCR made a pivotal role in SARS-CoV-2 testing, although it is not suitable for high density...
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Petukangan Hospital’s Strategy for Utilization of Obstetric Services During Covid-19 Pandemic

Heka Widya Putri, Ascobat Gani
Background: This research aims to analyze the strategy of Petukangan hospital in the utilization of obstetric services during the covid-19 pandemic period the effect on the cash flow of Petukangan Hospital. Method: This research with case study design using secondary data of polyclinic patients and obstetric...
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Elderly’s Disaster Resilience in Natural Disaster: Literature Review

Istianna Nurhidayati, Ratna Agustiningrum, Desti Aprilia Ningtyas
Elderly is one of the vulnerable groups when disaster occurs, because of life change that lead to setback. The number of elderly who live in disaster-prone areas increase the level of vulnerable. Klaten’s Central Bureau of Statistic stated that the number of elderly is increasing 0.37%- 0.5% every year....
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Solution, Access, Value and Education for Customer Centric Strategy at Ibnu Sina Hospital in Aceh, Indonesia

Sri Rahayu, Wahyu Sulistiadi, Hafiizhoh Fithriyyah, Nanny Harmani
Ibnu Sina Aceh Hospital organizes sharia health services by following Syariah principles to restore the patient’s physical, mental, and spiritual health, based on the requests and needs of patients as service users. Sharia health services are introduced to health service users with a marketing mix model,...
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Community Preparedness in Prevention and Control of Covid-19 in Jakarta and Its Surroundings

Wahyu Sulistiadi, Sri Rahayu, Al Asyari, Meita Feruswati, Hafiizhoh Fithriyyah, Hikmahwati, Gebby Oktapuri
Jakarta is being a barometer for Indonesia in Covid-19 controlling, if the government and its people are success, other regions will emulate them in saving Indonesia. Community preparedness is a direct effect of the government’s efforts to lead the war against Covid-19. The study design used was a cross...
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A Descriptive Study of Covid-19: Risk Perception and Preventive Behavior in West Java, Banten and Jakarta

Putri Permatasari, Chahya Kharin Herbawani, Ulya Qoulan Karima, Arnur Oktafiyanti, Nadia Ramadhanty
Background: Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) caused by SARS-CoV-2 recently became a global pandemic. Covid-19 can spread from person to person through tiny droplets from the nose or mouth (droplets) that spread through the air when someone with Covid-19 coughs, sneezes, speaks, and exhale. This study...