Doctor of Nursing UI Finds a Nursing Service Management Model for Families with Pulmonary Tuberculosis Clients

By humasfik On Tuesday, January 14 th, 2020 · no Comments · In

The Faculty of Nursing, University of Indonesia (FoN UI) has held the 86th doctoral promotion session for Mr. Joko Prasetyo. Joko Prasetyo successfully defended his dissertation entitled A Model of Nursing Service Management Based on a Participatory Team in Families with Pulmonary Tuberculosis Clients in the Sidoarjo Regency, on Tuesday, January 14, 2020, at 13.00, on the 4th Floor of the Education Building and Laboratory of the Faculty of Nursing, University of Indonesia, Depok .

This session was chaired by the Dean of FoN UI, Agus Setiawan, S.Kp., M.N., D.N., with the promoter Prof. Dr. Budi Anna Keliat, S.Kp.,M.App.Sc., Co-Promoter I Dr. Rr. Tutik Sri Hayati, S.Kp., MARS., Co-Promoter II dr. Adang Bachtiar, M.P.H., D.Sc. And the examiners, namely Dr. Astuti Yuni Nursasi, S.Kp., M.N., Dr. Drs. Nana Mulyana, M.Kes, Dr. Atty Surya Mediawati, S.Kp., M.Kep, Dr. dr. Erlina Burhan, M.Sc., Sp.P (K), and Brigadier General dr. Alexander K Ginting S, Sp.P (K) FCCP.

Overcoming pulmonary tuberculosis (TB) requires an integrated nursing service system by nurses, families, and communities. To improve services by involving the participation team using a nursing service management model with a quality framework of Malcolm Baldrige performance. Communication and reporting via Android-mobile application to improve access and control. This study uses a quasi-experimental with pre and post-test design involving two groups. This study was conducted in two places, namely the puskesmas in Sidoarjo Regency with the highest TB cases. This research consists of an exploratory study, model development and testing the effectiveness of the model. Samples were taken purposively as many as 400 TB patients, consisting of 200 respondents in the control group and 200 respondents in the intervention group. The results showed that the intervention model was effective in improving self-evaluation of routine examinations up to 86%, drug adherence up to 99%, nutritional adequacy to 82%, coughing effective up to 88%, and sputum management to 19%. This model needs to be supported by the health care policy of the Health Office.