(JKG) Jurnal Keperawatan Global https://jurnalkeperawatanglobal.com/index.php/jkg <div dir="auto"><strong>JKG (Jurnal Keperawatan Global)&nbsp;</strong>(E-ISSN : <a href="http://u.lipi.go.id/1489377375" target="_blank" rel="noopener">2580-5916</a>; ISSN : <a href="http://u.lipi.go.id/1466732626" target="_blank" rel="noopener">2528-0120</a>) is an nursing journal which publishes scientific works for nurses, academics, and practitioners. JKG welcomes and invites original and relevant research articles in nursing, as well as literature study and case report particularly in nursing.The journal is published regularly in Juny and Desember every year.&nbsp;</div> <div dir="auto">JKG welcomes and invites researchers from around the world to submit their papers (original research article, systematic review, and case study) for publication in this journal.&nbsp;All papers are published as soon as they have been accepted.&nbsp;Publisher of JKG (Jurnal Keperawatan Global) is Poltekkes Kemenkes Surakarta.&nbsp;</div> <div dir="auto"> <table class="announcements"> <tbody> <tr class="title"> <td class="title"> <h4>ACCREDITATION: RE-ACCREDITATION RESULT</h4> </td> <td class="more">&nbsp;</td> </tr> <tr class="description"> <td class="description"> <p>Start from&nbsp;<strong>June 2020</strong>, Based on&nbsp;Excerpts and Decrees of the Minister of Research and Technology / Head of the National Research and Innovation Agency, with Number: B / 1796 / E5.2 / KI.02.00/ 2020,&nbsp;<strong>Jurnal Keperawatan Global</strong>&nbsp;has accredited<strong>&nbsp;SINTA 2 (2nd Grade Journal)</strong>. The Accreditation is valid until 2024.</p> </td> </tr> </tbody> </table> <table class="announcements"> <tbody> <tr class="title"> <td class="title"> <h4>EDITORIAL: ENGLISH LANGUAGE</h4> </td> <td class="more">&nbsp;</td> </tr> <tr class="description"> <td class="description">Since Vol. 6 No. 1 March 2021,&nbsp;<strong>Jurnal Keperawatan Global&nbsp;</strong>only receives full-text manuscript in&nbsp;<strong>ENGLISH</strong>. Thank you.</td> </tr> </tbody> </table> </div> en-US litbangpolteksolo@gmail.com (Rendi Editya Darmawan) melinda.yusanti@gmail.com (Melinda) Mon, 12 Dec 2022 00:00:00 +0000 OJS 3.2.1.4 http://blogs.law.harvard.edu/tech/rss 60 Factors Affecting Vaccine Distribution Activities For The Community With Door To Door Method https://jurnalkeperawatanglobal.com/index.php/jkg/article/view/595 <p><em><strong>Background:</strong></em><em> The "pick up the ball" system requires distribution facilities such as vehicles and special storage areas that guarantee the quality of vaccines, using the door-to-door method to speed up and reach more residents who need to get vaccinated directly at the home of the vaccine participant. </em></p> <p><em><strong>Methods: </strong></em><em>A</em><em> cross-sectional study with a retrospective approach. This study collected data in 2 districts in Yogyakarta's special regency: the Kulon Progo district and the Gunung Kidul district. The sample for this study was drawn from a community of 249 vaccine recipients using random sampling.The original questionnaire for the factors was used. The pilot study results for the validity and reliability test for the original questionnaire showed that the validity of each statement was 0.4409 and the reliability was 0.772.</em> <em>A chi-square test was employed for data analysis.</em></p> <p><em><strong>Results:</strong></em><em> It was found that the participant's age, occupation, knowledge, and education level have no relationship with the activity of vaccination distribution. One factor has a relationship with the activity of vaccination distribution, namely the vaccine schedule factor with an OR value of 1,205.</em></p> <p><em><strong>Conclusion:</strong> The factor affecting the activity of distributing the COVID-19 vaccine was the respondent's schedule, while the factor that had no relationship was the participant's age, occupation, knowledge, and education level. Health workers can maximize the performance of the COVID-19 vaccination by using the door-to-door method by paying attention to the community's schedule.</em></p> Chatarina Hatri Istiarini, Resta Betaliani Wirata, Nurlia Ikaningtyas, Ratna Puspita Adiyasa Copyright (c) 2022 (JKG) Jurnal Keperawatan Global https://jurnalkeperawatanglobal.com/index.php/jkg/article/view/595 Mon, 12 Dec 2022 00:00:00 +0000 Analysis Of Factors Affecting Recurrence People With Mental Disorders https://jurnalkeperawatanglobal.com/index.php/jkg/article/view/626 <p><strong><em>Background:</em></strong> <em>Currently around 450 million people worldwide suffer from mental disorders. Patients with mental disorders one third live in developing countries. Riskesdas (2018) found that there was an increase in national psychosis/schizophrenic sufferers (7 per mil). The results of the 2019 study showed that patient relapses were still found which were generally caused by drug withdrawal factors, lack of family support, negative community stigma, and underutilization of health facilities. This study aims to analyze the factors that influence recurrence in people with mental disorders</em></p> <p><strong><em>Method</em></strong><strong><em>s</em></strong><strong><em>:</em></strong> <em>This study uses a descriptive correlational method, namely research that seeks the relationship between variables. This study utilizes a cross-sectional methodology which is a sort of exploration that underlines the hour of estimation/perception of information on autonomous and subordinate factors at a specific time</em></p> <p><strong><em>Results:</em></strong> <em>The majority of respondents were male, as many as 87 (60%), graduate from elementary and non-school, reaching 69 (48.3%). A total of 91 (63.6%) respondents were not working and as many as 89 (62.2%) were single. There was a critical negative connection between self-efficacy and relapse of people with mental disorders (Rs = - 0.414, p = 0.000). There was a positive connection between dysfunctional attitudes and relapse of people with mental disorders (Rs = 0.343, p = 0.000). There was a significant positive relationship between life satisfaction and symptoms of recurrence in patients with mental disorders (Rs = 0.346, p = 0.000). There was a significant positive relationship between social support and symptoms of mental disorder recurrence (Rs = 0.753, p = 0.000). There was a significant positive relationship between medication adherence and relapse in patients with mental disorders (Rs = 0.294, p = 0.000). Adherence to taking medication was an indicator of recurrence in patients with mental disorders with p = 0.000 and OR = 22. </em></p> <p><strong><em>Conclusion: </em></strong><em>Self-efficacy, dysfunctional attitudes, life satisfaction, social support, and medication adherence affect the relapse of people with mental disorders. Appropriate action to the main factors that influence recurrence can be taken to prevent recurrence of patients with mental problems.</em></p> Insiyah Insiyah, Endang Caturini Sulistyowati Copyright (c) 2022 (JKG) Jurnal Keperawatan Global https://jurnalkeperawatanglobal.com/index.php/jkg/article/view/626 Mon, 12 Dec 2022 00:00:00 +0000 Nurse's Obstacles In Delivering End Of Life Care https://jurnalkeperawatanglobal.com/index.php/jkg/article/view/486 <p><strong><em>Background:</em></strong><em> Death can occur in any situation at any time, and each hospital setting has different difficulties in providing high-quality end-of-life care. The hospital's Islamic culture might offer new experiences to nurses when providing EOLC and be related to the challenges they face. This study identified the difficulties nurses encounter when providing end-of-life care in an Islamic-based hospital. </em></p> <p><strong><em>Methods:</em></strong><em> A descriptive cross-sectional survey was applied to this study. A questionnaire that was adapted from the Nursing Survey Questionnaire Regarding End-of-Life Care on Medical-Surgical Units was used to collect the data. The translation and back-translation processes were carried out in the Indonesian version. All questionnaire items were declared valid with a validity value range of 0.820 to 0.950 (r table = 0.312), and the reliability test results obtained an alpha coefficient value of 0.977 (very reliable). The consecutive sampling method was applied. The data were analyzed using univariate analysis. At an Islamic hospital in Semarang, 97 surgical and medical nurses in total participated in the survey. </em></p> <p><strong><em>Results:</em></strong><em> The findings indicate that the three main obstacles to nurses delivering end-of-life care are knowledge gaps (x = 2.53), a lack of education or training (x = 2.34), and health professionals’ avoidance of dying patients (x = 2.30). Other major impediments include a lack of family acceptance and uncooperative family attitudes. </em></p> <p><strong><em>Conclusion:</em></strong><em> Nurses and family factors are the biggest obstacles for nurses in caring for dying patients.</em></p> Reni Sulung Utami, Ayu Karunia Putri Copyright (c) 2022 (JKG) Jurnal Keperawatan Global https://jurnalkeperawatanglobal.com/index.php/jkg/article/view/486 Mon, 19 Dec 2022 00:00:00 +0000 Smart Diagnosing System Design To Accelerating Early Detection Of Postpartum Blues https://jurnalkeperawatanglobal.com/index.php/jkg/article/view/596 <p><strong><em>Background:</em></strong><em> Untreated mothers with postpartum blues are at greater risk of severe mental health disorders. At the same time, early detection tools are manually provided and paper-based, and they cannot offer accessible access to center-compiled data despite their lack of priority in mental health services. </em></p> <p><strong><em>Methods:</em></strong><em> Using a mixed-methods study design, the researcher used semi-structured interviews, while the quantitative approach was conducted using demographic questionnaires and a survey resulting from the interviews. A total of 16 participants were chosen for the qualitative study, and 60 respondents participated in the quantitative study. The sample for the study was screened by using the Edinburgh Postnatal Depression Scale (EPDS) within the area of Sibela Healthcare Center in Surakarta. Data collection used instrument tests and observation sheets and was analyzed by the Chi-Square statistical test.</em></p> <p><strong><em>Results:</em></strong><em> Quantitative data analyses identified a relationship between age and the incidence of postpartum blues in mothers (p-value of 0.004; OR 0.053). This study showed that mothers aged &lt; 21 and &gt; 35 years old have a 0.067 times higher development of postpartum blues than mothers aged 21-35.</em></p> <p><strong><em>Conclusion:</em></strong><em> Both qualitative and quantitative data suggest that postpartum mothers need support from husbands in overcoming the blues. Mothers and husbands need a comprehensive digital mobile phone service that involves professional health workers, health service providers, and referral systems.</em></p> Intan Maharani Sulistyawati Batubara, Mellia Silvy Irdianty, Dias Aziz Pramudita Copyright (c) 2022 (JKG) Jurnal Keperawatan Global https://jurnalkeperawatanglobal.com/index.php/jkg/article/view/596 Thu, 22 Dec 2022 00:00:00 +0000 Nursing Students Engagement in the Classroom and Clinical Practice https://jurnalkeperawatanglobal.com/index.php/jkg/article/view/661 <p><em><strong>Background: </strong></em><em>The engagement of nursing students is very important and can affect their progress and success in the nursing profession in the future. The purpose of this research is to identify and explore the engagement of nursing students in the classroom and in clinical practice.</em></p> <p><em><strong>Methods: </strong></em><em>This study used a systematic review design. This research used a database of indexed international journals such as Pubmed, Google Scholar, Science Direct, and BMC for the period 2011–2021 to search for research articles and analyze results using the PRISMA flow diagram. Research articles have been screened according to the inclusion criteria of this research, namely those containing student engagement or the engagement of nursing students in the classroom or clinical practice.</em></p> <p><em><strong>Results: </strong></em><em>We obtained 12 research articles. Nursing students' engagement in the learning process takes place in two environments: the classroom and the clinical environment. Various studies on the engagement of nursing students showed a high level of engagement in the learning process that is influenced by various factors, including students, a student's relationships with other students, teachers, student-teacher/clinical instructor relationships, learning strategies, learning methods, and student relationships with the learning environment.</em></p> <p><em><strong>Conclusion: </strong>The engagement of nursing students is important for their progress in their future profession because the level of engagement will lead to various short-term and long-term learning outcomes. </em></p> Nina Indriyawati, Dwi Yuwono Puji Sugiharto, Martono Martono, Muchsin Muchsin, Yuyun Setyorini, Rendi Editya Darmawan Copyright (c) 2022 (JKG) Jurnal Keperawatan Global https://jurnalkeperawatanglobal.com/index.php/jkg/article/view/661 Fri, 30 Dec 2022 00:00:00 +0000 Description Of Suffering Duration, Self-Care Behavior, And Grade In Hypertension Patients https://jurnalkeperawatanglobal.com/index.php/jkg/article/view/534 <p><strong><em>Background: </em></strong><em>Hypertension is often called "the silent killer" because it is often without complaints. The patient does not know that he has hypertension but then finds himself having complications from hypertension</em> <em>such as heart disease, stroke, kidney disease, blood vessel disease, to nervous disorders</em><em>. Therefore</em><em>,</em> <em>it is necessary to measure the level of self care</em><em> Behaviour</em><em> using a behavior scale to anticipate self-care</em><em> Behaviour</em><em> that is usually carried out by hypertensive patients</em><em>.</em></p> <p><em> </em></p> <p><strong><em>Methods: </em></strong><em>O</em><em>bservational research using suffering duration, self-care behavior, and grade in hypertension</em><em> for the Independent Variable</em><em>. The number of samples used was 88 respondents, and the sampling technique used was Random Sampling. The instrument used in this study was a questionnaire using the Hypertension Self Care Profile (HBP-SCP) Behavior Scale questionnaire, which consisted of 20 statements. By using descriptive analysis.</em></p> <p><em> </em></p> <p><strong><em>Results: </em></strong><em>The results of univariate analysis of most of the patients aged 46-55 years (60.2%), female (57%), with a history of the last education level of elementary school (30%), family income per month of 2,000,000.00-4,000,000,00 (54.5%), duration of hypertension with short duration of 1-5 years (69%), self-care behavior in the moderate category (68%), and the majority were in grade 1 (48%).</em></p> <p><strong><em> </em></strong></p> <p><strong><em>Conclusion: </em></strong><em>Most respondents with a duration of illness of 1-5 years apply self-care behavior in the moderate category and are in the Garde 1 hypertension degree category at the Sultan Agung Hospital Semarang Polyclinic in 2022.</em></p> Rio Gita Rahma, Nina Indriawati Copyright (c) 2022 (JKG) Jurnal Keperawatan Global https://jurnalkeperawatanglobal.com/index.php/jkg/article/view/534 Fri, 30 Dec 2022 00:00:00 +0000 Improving The Quality Of Maternal Health Using The Assistance Method One Cadre One Mother https://jurnalkeperawatanglobal.com/index.php/jkg/article/view/664 <p><strong><em>Background:</em></strong><em> The efforts to accelerate the success of reducing the Maternal Mortality Rate (MMR) and Infant Mortality Rate (IMR) in addition to access and service factors, cross-sector participation, especially those related to maternal health efforts, is to increase cross-sectorquasi-experimental outlined in an activity assisting high-risk pregnant women by health cadres.<br /><strong>Methods:</strong> This is a quantitative study using a quasi-experimental research design with a post-test and control group. The sample consisted of 20 third-trimester pregnant women in the treatment group who received cadre assistance until the postpartum period and 20 respondents in the control group, namely pregnant women who were not accompanied by cadres. The sample was selected using random sampling. Bivariate data analysis for each sub-variable used the independent T-test, Fisher extract, and chi-square.<br /></em></p> <p><strong><em>Results:</em></strong><em> Show that assisting health personnel has an effect on pregnant women's readiness for childbirth (p-value = 0.017) with a CI of (-7.07768--.72232). There is a link between assisting health care providers and breastfeeding practice in pregnant women (p-value = 0.002). There is no influence between assisting health cadres with postpartum health (p-value=0.487).<br /></em></p> <p><strong><em>Conclusion:</em></strong><em> With health professionals and their readiness for childbirth and breastfeeding practice. There is no influence between mentoring health cadres and postpartum health.</em></p> Anik Kurniawati, Rohmi Handayani Copyright (c) 2022 (JKG) Jurnal Keperawatan Global https://jurnalkeperawatanglobal.com/index.php/jkg/article/view/664 Sat, 31 Dec 2022 00:00:00 +0000