Publikasi Ilmiah merupakan sarana bagi Pengajar dan Peneliti FIK UI dalam meningkatkan kualifikasi dan kompetensi akademik, sekaligus perwujudan kontribusi intelektual terhadap perkembangan keilmuan di bidang keperawatan. Publikasi lmiah berupa publikasi jurnal ilmiah nasional dan internasional, serta seminar/konferensi nasional dan internasional.
|Sleep disturbance, associated symptoms, and quality of life in adults living with HIV in Jakarta, Indonesia||Hening Pujasari, Judith Levy, Gabriel Culbert, Alana Steffen,David Carley & Mary Kapella||Adverse symptom experiences, including sleep disturbances, are important negative predictors of quality of life (QoL), but few studies conducted in low-income countries have examined the impact of poor sleep and its associated symptoms on QoL among people living with HIV (PLWH). To this end, 200 PLWH who were receiving treatment with antiretroviral therapy (ART) were recruited through a community nongovernment organization in Jakarta, Indonesia. Validated instruments measured QoL, sleep disturbance, fatigue, pain, ART adherence, substance use, drug use severity, and methadone treatment. Descriptive statistics, bivariate correlations, and multivariate linear regression were conducted to identify independent correlates of QoL. Overall, participants perceived their QoL as being good to very good (mean = 105.70, standard deviation = 14.7) and higher among women than men (p < 0.05). After adjusting for sex, education, drug-use severity, and ART adherence, QoL was negatively associated with fatigue, insomnia, and pharmacological treatment with methadone. Along with other known symptoms of HIV, sleep problems and their complications are important to clinically address and research more fully to assure satisfying QoL among PLWH.||Sleep disturbance, associated symptoms, and quality of life in adults living with HIV in Jakarta, Indonesia|
|The Relationship Between Self-Esteem, Family Relationships And Social Support As The Protective Factors and Adolescent Mental Health||Rike Triana, Budi Anna Keliat||Purpose :|
Mental disorders begin to occur at the age of 10-29 years about 10-20 %. Protective factors to prevent mental disorders in adolescents were self-esteem, family relationships and social support. The purpose of this study was to determine the relationship between the protective factors of self-esteem, family relationships, and social support and adolescent mental health.
This research employs a correlative design. The subjects were 452 students in 8 grade (aged < 15 years old) that chosen by a purposive sampling technique. Data were collected by five questionnaires: demographic data, Rossenberg Self-Esteem Scale, Family Relation Index, Child and Adolescent Social Support Scale, Mental Health Continuum Short Form.
The results show that the protective factors of self-esteem, family relationships, and social support have a positive and significant influence on adolescent mental health (p < 0,05).
These findings showed the important role of protective factors (self-esteem, family relationships, social support) to adolescent mental health. Schools, parents and mental health nurses need to develop programs to promote mental health by improving the protective factors of self-esteem, family relationships, and social support.
Novelty/Originality: There are no studies involving comprehensive protective factors include individuals, families and communities on adolescent mental health.
adolescents, mental health, self esteem, family relationship, social support
|The Relationship Between Self-Esteem, Family Relationships And Social Support As The Protective Factors and Adolescent Mental Health|
|The Ratu's Model: A prevention model of postpartum depression||Ratu Kusuma, Budi Anna Keliat, |
The Ratu's Model is a nursing model to prevent postpartum depression, is a product of Ratu's dissertation. Depression is one of the common psychological problem experienced by postpartum women. The number is estimated to reach 20% in Indonesia, 15–20% in the Riau Province, and must to be pressed to 1%.
This study aims to identify the effectiveness of Ratu's Model to prevent postpartum depression.
Quasi-experiment research alongside with pre–post test analysis of the control group, number of the respondents was undergone among 54 women pregnant and the spouses in each intervention and control group.
Educational intervention was given toward intervention group for 3 times, with 3 times monitoring, and 3 times measurement.
A significant correlation between Ratu's Model with lowered postpartum depression incidence.
The Ratu's Model is effective lowering the incidence of postpartum depression.
Ratu's model, Postpartum depression, Depression prevention
|The Ratu's Model: A prevention model of postpartum depression|
|Remuneration Satisfaction to Improve Work Motivation of Nurses: A Cross-Sectional, Descriptive Analysis Study||Muthmainnah, Krisna Yetti, Dewi Gayatri,Kuntarti||Adequate remuneration is an effort to attain nurses' retention and enhance the work motivation, which, in turn, can exert a positive impact on the nurses' performance, enabling them to deliver quality services. This study aims to determine the correlation between the remuneration satisfaction and motivation of nurses in the hospital setting. We conducted a descriptive, quantitative study using the cross-sectional approach on 74 nurses, who were enrolled using the total sampling method, at one hospital in Depok (West Java, Indonesia). Although the remuneration satisfaction was measured using a questionnaire developed by us, the work motivation was measured using the Herzberg questionnaire. A significant correlation was observed between the remuneration satisfaction and work motivation (P=.019; =0.05). Nurses satisfied with the remuneration had 3 times the chance of displaying high work motivation. This study recommends hospitals to apply the remuneration system based on the Minister of Health Decree Number 652 of 2010.|
Keywords: Remuneration, satisfaction, work, motivation, nurse
|Remuneration Satisfaction to Improve Work Motivation of Nurses: A Cross-Sectional, Descriptive Analysis Study|
|Experience of Domestic Violence Survivor Women in Searching Their Life Purpose and Self-Resilience||Laura Khattrine, Noviyanti, Achir Yani S. Hamid , Novy HC Daulima||Victims of intimate partner violence (IPV) often experience several psychological disorders, such as anxiety, low self-esteem, and depression, driving them to a point where they lose their life purpose. Resilience implies the ability of victimized women to adapt to their stressful situations or recover by regaining the balance among their physiological, psychological, and social aspects of life. Those who attain self-resilience are called survivors—a phenomenon that has been scarcely investigated regarding the discovery of life purpose and self-resilience of women who are survivors of IPV in Central Java. Thus, this study aims to gain insight into the experience of IPV survivors in discovering their life purpose and self-resilience. We conducted qualitative research on six IPV survivors and determined four themes—self-reliance and bravery marking the beginning of life recovery, support from the closest person who provides strength, coping strategies used for the survival, and learning from experience to reinforce future goals. This study recommends mental health nurses to act as counselors for IPV survivors to support them in their recovery phase to enhance the mental health of patients.|
Keywords: IPV, women.
|Experience of Domestic Violence Survivor Women in Searching Their Life Purpose and Self-Resilience|
|Fear of Recurrence Predictors among Indonesian Gynecological Cancer Survivors||Ira Sukyati, Yati Afiyanti, Hayuni Rahmah, |
|Fear of cancer recurrence (FCR) is the most common psychological issue amongst gynecological cancer survivors, and yet it remains unexplored, especially in developing countries such as Indonesia. Hence, this study aimed to identify the predictive factors of FCR among gynecological cancer survivors in Indonesia. A descriptive cross-sectional design was used. Women diagnosed with gynecological cancer, who had completed primary treatment were recruited from a referral hospital in Jakarta, Indonesia. Data were collected using a demographic and disease-related questionnaire and the Fear of Cancer Recurrence Inventory. Pearson's correlations test, t-test, and linear regression analysis were performed. A total of 114 women participated in this study. Age was the strongest predictor of FCR in the domains of severity, psychological distress, insights, and reassurance. Marital status and type of treatment strongly predicted the FCR domains of functional impairment and coping strategies, respectively (P < .05). The findings of this study indicate the importance of patient characteristics while addressing the issue of FCR among gynecological cancer survivors. Further studies aimed at understanding FCR among gynecological cancer survivors may provide insight into the aspects of this condition that necessitate more attention. |
Keywords: Fear of recurrence, gynecological cancer survivor, fear of cancer recurrence inventory, survivorship.
|Fear of Recurrence Predictors among Indonesian Gynecological Cancer Survivors|
|Difficulties in Performing Prayers as a Muslim Transgender Individual||Chaterina Janes Pratiwi, Agung WaluyoAgung Waluyo, |
Sri YonaSri Yona,
Herni SusantiHerni Susanti
|The number of transgender individuals living with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) in Indonesia is increasing. As human beings, transgender individuals have needs, including spiritual and religious needs. The purpose of this study is to explore transgender individuals’ experiences when praying as Muslims. This qualitative study uses a phenomenological approach. We recruited 15 transgender Muslims living with HIV. Answers obtained during the course of in-depth interviews revealed the following trends: (1) Constraints encountered when attempting to pray as transgender individuals among the Muslim community; (2) transgender women perceive that they are men while praying; and (3) hospital nurses do not provide spiritual guidance. Nurses should provide for the spiritual needs of transgender individuals.|
Keywords: Prayers, Islam, transgender, HIV.
|Difficulties in Performing Prayers as a Muslim Transgender Individual|
|Early Therapeutic Interventions for Low Self-esteem among Adolescents with Early Prodromal Signs of Psychosis||Nurilla Safitri Damanik,|
Budi Anna KeliatBudi Anna Keliat, Herni SusantiHerni Susanti
|Low self-esteem is an early prodromal sign of psychosis in adolescents. Early intervention is|
needed to prevent psychosis among this age group. Thus far, no studies have investigated the effects of group cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) and family psychoeducation (FPE) on the selfesteem of adolescents in Indonesia. The present study aimed to explore the influence of CBT and FPE on the self-esteem of adolescents with early prodromal signs of psychosis. An experimental study was conducted. Of the 79 participants selected after screening using the prodromal questionnaire and Rosenberg’s self-esteem scale questionnaire, 39 were further classified into the intervention group and 40 into the control group using the random sampling technique. The analysis was performed using the paired t-test and analysis of variance. Results revealed that the RSES score of the CBT and FPE groups was significantly higher than that of the control group (p <.05). CBT and FPE, which are considered early therapeutic interventions, are recommended to increase the self-esteem of adolescents with early prodromal signs of psychosis.
Keywords: Adolescents, psychosis.
|Early Therapeutic Interventions for Low Self-esteem among Adolescents with Early Prodromal Signs of PsychosisEarly Therapeutic Interventions for Low Self-esteem among Adolescents with Early Prodromal Signs of Psychosis|
|Body Image, Social Support, Effects of Chemotherapy, and Sexual Desire in Breast Cancer Patients||Muthia Octaviana Widianti, Sri YonaSri Yona, MasfuriMasfuri, Agung WaluyoAgung Waluyo||The number of patients with breast cancer in the world, including Indonesia, is high. Breast|
cancer survivors experience numerous physical, psychological, and social changes, which affect their sexual desire. Sexual desire is intimately linked with body image, social support, and side effects of chemotherapy. This study aimed to investigate the correlations of body image, social support, and side effects of chemotherapy with sexual desire. This cross-sectional study included 110 consecutive patients undergoing chemotherapy at public and private hospitals in Semarang and in a public hospital in Jakarta. The results demonstrated significant correlations between sexual desire and body image (P=.000), social support (P=.000), and side effects of chemotherapy (P=.003). The results of multivariate analysis showed that among the factors investigated, body image had the greatest effect on sexual desire. To address issues related to this decrease in sexual desire among patients with breast cancer, nurses should evaluate body image, social support, and side effects of chemotherapy soon after patients with breast cancer have undergone chemotherapy.
Keywords: Breast cancer, body image, social support, chemotherapy effects, sexual desire.
|Body Image, Social Support, Effects of Chemotherapy, and Sexual Desire in Breast Cancer PatientsBody Image, Social Support, Effects of Chemotherapy, and Sexual Desire in Breast Cancer Patients|
|Optimizing the use of digital sensors (non-invasive) for early detection of risk factors for recurrent stroke to improve quality of care: A systematic review [version 1; peer review: awaiting peer review]||I Made KariasaI Made Kariasa, Elly Nurachmah Elly Nurachmah, SetyowatiSetyowati, Raldi Artono Koestoer||Background:|
Improving awareness in patients with stroke to detect risk factors of recurrent stroke has recently become a major challenge for all health professionals in preventing recurrence among stroke survivors. Utilization of advanced technology, such as digital sensors, (a non-invasive device) is among the breakthroughs in detecting the risk of disease and promotes more effective prevention and improves quality of care. This study aims to conduct a systematic review on studies addressing early detection of the risk factors of recurrent stroke through the utilization of digital sensors.
A literature search was carried out on articles published between 2011 - 2018 on EBSCO, Elsevier, Science Direct, ProQuest, Springer link, PubMed, MEDLINE, PLoS, and the Journal of Community Nursing. The search identified quantitative research studies on the utilization of digital sensors in cases of hypertension, diabetes mellitus, hypercholesterolemia, and cardiac disorders that contributed to stroke recurrence. Each study’s bias was assessed using Review Manager 5.
Ten articles were analyzed through data extraction. Robust assessment of independent risk factors which provoke recurrent stroke such as hypertension, diabetes mellitus, hypercholesterolemia, and heart diseases could lead to conservation of health resources. It is very important to monitor these factors. With the development of technology, the potential use of non-invasive monitoring for hypertension, diabetes mellitus, hypercholesterolemia, and heart diseases as risk factors for recurrent stroke events is considered effective because it is easy, simple, low cost, sensitive, and does not cause additional suffering for patients.
A practical and non-invasive method for early detection and monitoring of risk factors may reduce the risk of stroke recurrence among stroke survivors.
Digital sensor, quality of care, risk factors, recurrent stroke.
|Optimizing the use of digital sensors (non-invasive) for early detection of risk factors for recurrent stroke to improve quality of care: A systematic review [version 1; peer review: awaiting peer review]Optimizing the use of digital sensors (non-invasive) for early detection of risk factors for recurrent stroke to improve quality of care: A systematic review [version 1; peer review: awaiting peer review]|
|Effectiveness of balance exercise among older adults in Depok City, Indonesia||Stefanus Mendes, Kiik,|
Junaiti SaharJunaiti Sahar,
Henny PermatasariHenny Permatasari
Falls are a serious problem for older adults. Balance impairment is one of the most significant reasons why adults fall from a standing position. This study aims to investigate the effect of an eight-week postural balance exercise intended to reduce the risk of falls among older adults in a community in Depok City, Indonesia.
This quasi-experimental study employed a pre- and post-test design using a control group. The study involved an intervention group of 30 respondents and a control group of a further 30 respondents. The sample was selected using multistage random sampling. The data were analyzed using a t-test.
The balance exercise significantly affected the respondents’ postural balance and reduced their risk of falling. There were significant differences between the two groups (intervention group and control group) in postural balance (p < .001) and the risk of suffering a fall (p = .023).
Balance exercises can be utilized as one of the preventive efforts to maintain postural balance and reduce the risk of falls among older adults. Future studies may consider the variation of age to more accurately determine the effectiveness of this balance exercise.
Accidental falls; Adult; Exercise therapy; Indonesia; Postural balance; Risk
|Effectiveness of balance exercise among older adults in Depok City, IndonesiaEffectiveness of balance exercise among older adults in Depok City, Indonesia|