Jurnal Keperawatan Priority https://jurnal.unprimdn.ac.id/index.php/jukep <p>Journal of Nursing Priority is a nursing journal managed by the Faculty of Nursing and Midwifery of the University of Prima Indonesia, which is published twice in the discussion of research article spaces in the field of nursing such as surgical medical care, emergency nursing, maternity nursing, child nursing, child nursing, child nursing, gerontic nursing, nursing family, community nursing, nursing management, and other health fields.</p> <p>Journal of Nursing Priority is a journal that was first published in January 2018 and has been published regularly. The first year of a journal is simply published and continues to be developed to perfect some aspects that must be in a good journal. The journal manager and team have revised the cover and editorial board in the second year, with consideration and approval of the person in charge of the journal, and to date have continued to use the latest cover.</p> <p>Priority nursing journal is a journal published in Volume 7 No. 1 January 2024 there will be a change in template. The manuscript of the published article has been adapted and is written in English.</p> en-US elisanggeria@unprimdn.ac.id (Elis Anggeria) perkasa259@gmail.com (Anggada Perkasa) Mon, 01 Jan 2024 00:00:00 +0000 OJS 3.2.1.1 http://blogs.law.harvard.edu/tech/rss 60 The Correlation of Patients' Knowledge About Diabetes Wound Care and Interest in Visiting https://jurnal.unprimdn.ac.id/index.php/jukep/article/view/3856 <p>Diabetes mellitus is a chronic metabolic disease caused by the body's inability to produce insulin according to the body's needs or due to ineffective use of insulin or both. When asked about their understanding of treating gangrene wounds independently, they said they did not fully understand how to treat gangrene wounds. The study aims to determine the correlation between patients' knowledge about diabetic wound care and interest in visiting the surgical clinic at Cut Nyak Dhien Meulaboh Hospital. This type of research used a cross-sectional, with a total sample of 38 respondents. The results showed that most respondents' knowledge was in the good category, namely 22 respondents (57.9%), and the least was in the less good category, 16 respondents (42.1%). The interest in visiting the majority of respondents was in the high class, namely 27 respondents (71.1%), and the least was in the low category, 11 respondents (28.9%). The correlation between the two variables, namely between the respondent's knowledge and interest in visiting the patient, is related to the results of the bivariate test using the Chi-square test, which is 0.00. It can increase their knowledge about diabetic wound care so that they can increase awareness for treating diabetic wounds and regularly re-control the hospital so that the healing process can run well and not cause complications that end in amputation.</p> Harry Permana Wibowo, Basri Basri Copyright (c) 2024 Harry Permana Wibowo, Basri https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 https://jurnal.unprimdn.ac.id/index.php/jukep/article/view/3856 Thu, 04 Jan 2024 00:00:00 +0000 The Correlation between Lifestyle and the Severity of Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy https://jurnal.unprimdn.ac.id/index.php/jukep/article/view/4116 <p>Diabetic peripheral neuropathy (DPN) is a significant complication of diabetes mellitus (DM), whose incidence is consistently increasing from year to year. Lifestyle is a considerable risk factor for increasing DM complications. To prevent the occurrence of DPN, it is necessary to carry out a more in-depth analysis of the correlation between lifestyle and DPN. The purpose of this study was to determine the correlation between lifestyle and the severity of diabetic peripheral neuropathy. The research design was a case-control study. The sampling technique used was sequential sampling. Respondents in this study were 94 people divided into two groups: 47 as the case group and 47 as the control group. Based on the Chi-Square test of the relationship between lifestyle and the severity of diabetic peripheral neuropathy, p-value = 0.000 &lt; (0.05) OR=10.084; 95% CI=3.712-27.395). It could be concluded that there was a correlation between lifestyle and the severity of diabetic peripheral neuropathy. This research could be a learning material and additional knowledge for respondents regarding the importance of improving a healthy lifestyle in every nursing intervention to prevent an increase in the number of degenerative diseases, especially DM, and reduce the incidence of diabetic peripheral neuropathy.</p> Sukhri Herianto Ritonga, Choirunnisa Harahap, Arinil Hidayah Copyright (c) 2024 Sukhri Herianto Ritonga, Choirunnisa Harahap, Arinil Hidayah https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 https://jurnal.unprimdn.ac.id/index.php/jukep/article/view/4116 Mon, 08 Jan 2024 00:00:00 +0000 The Relationship between Knowledge and Nurse Compliance Regarding Preventing the Risk of Falls in Hospital Inpatient Rooms https://jurnal.unprimdn.ac.id/index.php/jukep/article/view/4333 <p>Patient safety is a fundamental healthcare principle recognized as a growing global public health challenge. The six goals of Patient Safety include accurate identification of patients, increased effective communication, increased safety of cautionary medicines, assurance of the correct surgical site, correct procedures and surgery on the proper patient, reduced risk of healthcare-associated infections, and decreased risk of patient injury due to falls. This fall incident resulted in damages and increased the length of treatment and patient care costs. Injured patients can require an extended hospital stay. This study aimed to determine the relationship between knowledge and nurses' compliance with preventing the risk of falls in patients at the West Java Regional Hospital, Bekasi City. This research method uses a cross-sectional approach to 54 nurses as a sample. The results of data analysis using the Chi-Square test showed a p-value of 0.153 (p&lt;0.05). In conclusion, there is no relationship between nurses' knowledge and nurses' compliance regarding preventing the risk of falls in patients. Further research requires the observation of nurses' prevention of falls using the Morse fall scale observation sheets to determine whether nurses are obedient in their daily lives to prevent the risk of falls.</p> Nur Miladiyah Rahmah, Muhamad Rizky Pratama, Asih Minarningtyas Copyright (c) 2024 Nur Miladiyah Rahmah, Muhamad Rizky Pratama, Asih Minarningtyas https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 https://jurnal.unprimdn.ac.id/index.php/jukep/article/view/4333 Tue, 30 Jan 2024 00:00:00 +0000 Correlation of Education Level with Mother's Knowledge About the Nutritional Status of Stunted Toddlers https://jurnal.unprimdn.ac.id/index.php/jukep/article/view/4472 <p>Chronic malnutrition due to prolonged malnutrition resulting in stunted growth and development. Educated and knowledgeable mothers have a big influence on the pattern of regulating balanced food needs for the growth and development of toddlers. The research was directed at determining the correlation between educated and knowledgeable mothers on the nutritional status of stunted toddlers in the Namorambe Community Health Center work area. Quantitative descriptive research was conducted cross-sectionally. The population was 32 mothers who had stunted toddlers (0-59 months) and the total was the sample. Univariate and bivariate analyzes were carried out to describe the frequency distribution of respondents' characteristics and determine the correlation between educated and knowledgeable mothers regarding the nutritional status of stunted toddlers. The results showed that mothers ranged from 20-30 years old and had upper secondary education as many as 25 (78.1%) and 21 (65.6%); toddler age 37-60 months, male gender, stunted toddler, and poor maternal knowledge were 16 (50%), 17 (53.1%), 22 (68.8%) and 23 (71.9%); and as many as 21 (65.6%) and 12 (37.5%) respondents had high school education and poor knowledge; as well as the Chi-square analysis results of p-value = 0.038, respectively. In the research, there was a correlation between educated and knowledgeable mothers on the nutritional status of stunted toddlers in the Namorambe Community Health Center work area.</p> Rotua Sumihar Sitorus, Suprianto Suprianto Copyright (c) 2024 Rotua Sumihar Sitorus, Suprianto Suprianto https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 https://jurnal.unprimdn.ac.id/index.php/jukep/article/view/4472 Tue, 23 Jan 2024 00:00:00 +0000 The Relationship Between Maternal Knowledge and Attitudes and The Incidence of Diarrhea https://jurnal.unprimdn.ac.id/index.php/jukep/article/view/4493 <p>Diarrhea is a disease that we often encounter in society and in developing countries and is a cause of death in children under five which is usually caused by contaminated food and drink. for drinking habits. poor clean living. The aim of this study was to determine the relationship between maternal knowledge and attitudes and the incidence of diarrhea in toddlers in the pediatric inpatient ward at Immanuel Hospital, Bandung. This research is a quantitative research with a cross sectional approach. The sampling technique for this research was accidental sampling with a total sample of 64 mother respondents. The research instrument used a questionnaire. The results of univariate analysis show that almost all respondents (71.9%) have good knowledge and almost all respondents (69.7%) have a supportive attitude (Favorable). The results of the bivariate analysis obtained a p-value of 0.03, which is smaller than 0.05, so it can be concluded that there is a significant relationship between mother's knowledge and attitudes and the incidence of diarrhea in toddlers in children's inpatient rooms. It is recommended that hospitals can further improve the promotion of disease prevention health services. diarrhea in mothers of toddlers, to increase understanding about diarrheal disease so that recurrent diarrhea does not occur in toddlers which can lead to death.</p> Ria Angelina Marbun, Juliyanti Juliyanti, Heny Marintan Copyright (c) 2024 Ria Angelina Marbun, Juliyanti Juliyanti, Heny Marintan https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 https://jurnal.unprimdn.ac.id/index.php/jukep/article/view/4493 Tue, 23 Jan 2024 00:00:00 +0000 The Effectiveness of Implementing Daily Journaling on The Anxiety of Mother Children With Hemophilia https://jurnal.unprimdn.ac.id/index.php/jukep/article/view/4533 <p>The anxiety of mothers who have children with hemophilia can be overcome in various ways, including daily journal writing therapy. The research aims to determine the effectiveness of implementing a daily journal in reducing the anxiety of mothers who have children with hemophilia at HMHI Riau: quantitative research type, quasi-experimental design, one group pre-test post-test—carried out the research from January to June 2023. Samples were taken using a total population technique of 25 respondents. The research instrument used the HARS (Hamilton et al.), which consists of 14 items. This research has passed ethical test no. 067/STIKES PN/KEPK/V/2023. Before the intervention, respondents filled out personal and anxiety data questionnaires. Then, respondents were given a notebook to write down what they felt every day, and their anxiety level was measured again. The research results showed that the average level of maternal anxiety decreased by (7.56%) before the intervention (27.00) and after the intervention (19.44), p-value 0.000 &lt; 0.05. So, H0 was rejected, which means that the daily journal is effective in reducing the anxiety level of mothers who have hemophilic children at HMHI Riau. The research results showed that the majority of respondents had the same anxiety both before and after the intervention, namely feeling afraid about their thoughts about their children; they are worried that their child will experience injury or bleeding during their daily activities. It recommended that future researchers create a digital program to overcome anxiety in mothers with hemophilia.</p> Desti Puswati, Irena Rahmadini, Yureya Nita, Yeni Devita, Alfianur Alfianur Copyright (c) 2024 Desti Puswati, Irena Rahmadini, Yureya Nita, Yeni Devita, Alfianur Alfianur https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 https://jurnal.unprimdn.ac.id/index.php/jukep/article/view/4533 Tue, 30 Jan 2024 00:00:00 +0000 Analysis of Factors Related to The Mental Status of Elderly https://jurnal.unprimdn.ac.id/index.php/jukep/article/view/4550 <p>Mental health problems can have a significant impact on elderly. Some things related to mental disorders, such as depression and dementia in elderly, are caused by several factors, including elderly independence, family support, work, health or diseases suffered by elderly, and environment. This study aimed to determine the aspects related to the mental status of older people. This type of research is quantitative research. The population in this study is all elderly who are in the working area of UPT Puskesmas Bangko Jaya. The sampling technique uses probability sampling with a simple random sampling approach with 96 elderly samples. The analysis used is a bivariate analysis using the Chi-Square statistical test. The results showed that there was a correlation between the independence of elderly and the mental status of elderly (p-value = 0.026 &lt; α = 0.05), There was a correlation between family support and the mental status of elderly (p-value = 0.014 &lt; α = 0.05), There was a correlation between the history of illness and the mental status of elderly (p-value = 0.000 &lt; α = 0.05) and There was a correlation between the elderly environment and the mental status of elderly (p-value = 0.037 &lt; α = 0.05). The nursing profession was expected to provide advocacy and assistance to health workers in primary care, especially nursing, to improve the mental status of elderly.</p> Yeni Devita, Yureya Nita, Stephanie Dwiguna, Desti Puswati, Rahmat Saputra, Alfianur Alfianur Copyright (c) 2024 Yeni Devita, Yureya Nita, Stephanie Dwiguna, Desti Puswati, Rahmat Saputra, Alfianur https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 https://jurnal.unprimdn.ac.id/index.php/jukep/article/view/4550 Fri, 05 Jan 2024 00:00:00 +0000 Facebook Addiction, Game online, Physical Health Among Indonesian Students https://jurnal.unprimdn.ac.id/index.php/jukep/article/view/4732 <p>This study is essential for students to know about Facebook addiction, Game online, and physical health. The study aims to describe the level of Facebook addiction, play online, and physical health and examine their relationship. The total sample was 206 people selected using the purposive sampling method. The research design was correlational; two hundred-six participants joined this study. Each participant filled out all of the questionnaires (demographic data, the Bergen Facebook Addiction (BFAS), Game Addiction (GAS), and Physical Questionnaire (PHQ). All questionnaires were taken from the previous research and validated; the reliability test was high. Based on the Pearson correlation tests, relationships were shown between Facebook addiction, games online, and physical health. There is a significant positive correlation between Facebook addiction and physical health and games online and physical health. Facebook addiction has a positive impact on physical health. Facebook addiction will impact a student's physical health. This study findings that Facebook addiction is low level, game online moderate level, and moderate level of physical fitness. The best way to prevent students from Facebook addiction is to make them busy with school activities. Games online also have a positive impact on physical health. The longer we play the Game online, the more physical health problems we will have. Say no to Facebook addiction and games online.</p> Dwight Mahaputera Marulitua Hutapea, Robin Ferdiansyah Sitopu, Kristina L Silalahi, Afeus Halawa, Dewi Sartika Munthe, Ryskina Fatimah Siregar Copyright (c) 2024 Dwight Mahaputera Marulitua Hutapea, Robin Ferdiansyah Sitopu, Kristina L Silalahi, Afeus Halawa, Dewi Sartika Munthe, Ryskina Fatimah Siregar https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 https://jurnal.unprimdn.ac.id/index.php/jukep/article/view/4732 Tue, 30 Jan 2024 00:00:00 +0000 Analysis of Health Service Factors on Patient Satisfaction at The Dental Clinic https://jurnal.unprimdn.ac.id/index.php/jukep/article/view/4750 <p>Puskesmas is a technical implementation unit of the District/City Health Office that is responsible for providing first-level health services in a comprehensive, integrated and sustainable manner. The main problem as a health service institution with many competitors is the service provided whether it is in accordance with the expectations of patients/ consumers or not. The purpose of the study was to determine the factors of health services on patient satisfaction. The research design used quantitative methods conducted by analytical surveys with a cross sectional study approach. The samples in this study were 74 patients, research conducted in Simpang Kanan Health Center, Simpang Kanan District, Aceh Singkil Regency. Where the sampling technique in this study used purposive sampling techniques with inclusion criteria are able to communicate well and have ever come for treatment. Exclusion criteria are new patients seek treatment and not able to communicate well. Based on the results of statistical tests, the p-value of all variables is &lt;0.05 where there is an influence on waiting time, competence, financing system, facilities, and comfort. After a multivariate test, it is known that the facility variable is the most influential factor on patient satisfaction. It is recommended that the Simpang Kanan Health Center be able to improve discipline, competence, and public health service facilities in an effort to increase patient satisfaction.</p> Novrizal Sabang, Asriwati Asriwati, Arifah Devi Fitriani Copyright (c) 2024 Novrizal Sabang, Asriwati Asriwati, Arifah Devi Fitriani https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 https://jurnal.unprimdn.ac.id/index.php/jukep/article/view/4750 Tue, 20 Feb 2024 00:00:00 +0000 The Relationship between Knowledge, Information Sources and Lifestyle and Myopia Prevention in Students https://jurnal.unprimdn.ac.id/index.php/jukep/article/view/4762 <p>Myopia is a refractive error that occurs when distant objects do not focus properly on the retina. The prevalence of myopia cases has increased over time. This study aims to determine the relationship between knowledge, information sources, lifestyle, and the prevention of myopia in class VIII students at SMP Negeri 2 Lintongnihuta with a sample size of 58 students. The sampling technique is that the entire population is sampled. The type of research used is analytical descriptive research with a cross-sectional design. The results showed that the majority of respondents had sufficient knowledge (46.6%), were male (63.8%), 13 years old (83.3%), obtained information from electronic media (58.6%), style adequate living (46.6%), and myopia prevention not good (70.7%). Based chi-square statistical test, there is a relationship between knowledge (p-value &lt; α, namely 0.025 &lt; 0.05), sources of information (p-value &lt; α, namely 0.002 &lt; 0.05) and lifestyle (p-value &lt; α, namely 0.000 &lt; 0.05) with the prevention of myopia in class VIII students. It is hoped that there will be a need to increase knowledge about preventing myopia among students at SMP Negeri 2 Lintongnihuta, Lintongnihuta District, Humbang Hasundutan Regency.</p> Janner Pelanjani Simamora, Naomi Isabella Hutabarat Copyright (c) 2024 Janner Pelanjani Simamora, Naomi Isabella Hutabarat https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 https://jurnal.unprimdn.ac.id/index.php/jukep/article/view/4762 Tue, 30 Jan 2024 00:00:00 +0000 Nursing Care for Homeless Patients with Hemorrhagic Stroke at A Public Hospital https://jurnal.unprimdn.ac.id/index.php/jukep/article/view/4522 <p>A hemorrhagic stroke occurs when a blood vessel in the brain bursts, causing bleeding in the brain tissue. A hemorrhagic stroke can have a significant impact on the patient. Family support has been shown to influence the success of treatment for hemorrhagic stroke patients. Therefore, Family support is substantial and linked to achieving patient independence. Homeless stroke patients typically receive minimal care and have high mortality rates. This paper aims to review the implementation of care for homeless patients with hemorrhagic stroke in a public hospital in Jakarta. This article is a case report of a homeless 65-year-old man with decreased consciousness who was diagnosed with hemorrhagic stroke. The data were obtained by physical assessment. Several diagnostic tests were performed, including CT scan, MRI, and blood tests. A student nurse working one shift per day provided nursing care for three days. The patient had limb paralysis and drowsiness. The priority diagnoses were ineffective cerebral tissue perfusion, impaired physical mobility, and deficits in self-care. Nursing care focuses on the patient's consciousness and fulfilling basic needs. After 3 days of care, the patient was still unconscious. However, there were no symptoms of increased intracranial pressure. Family participation is necessary for the care of patients with hemorrhagic stroke. The nurse's role as a caregiver becomes primary and crucial for homeless patients who have no family.</p> Agatha Tunjung Dwivania, Ernawati Ernawati, Mey Lona Verawaty Zendrato , Yosi Marin Marpaung Copyright (c) 2024 Agatha Tunjung Dwivania, Ernawati Ernawati, Mey Lona Verawaty Zendrato , Yosi Marin Marpaung https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 https://jurnal.unprimdn.ac.id/index.php/jukep/article/view/4522 Sat, 13 Jan 2024 00:00:00 +0000 The Identifying Factors Affecting Nursing Workload: A Literature Review https://jurnal.unprimdn.ac.id/index.php/jukep/article/view/4548 <p>Nurses are essential in realizing quality health service management. This quality can be achieved if the quality of life of nurses is maintained and control is optimal. However, nurses in various work units still face workloads that result in disruptions to the quality of patient safety. The study aimed to identify factors Affecting Nursing Workload. The year used was 2019-2023, and the research design used all quantitative and qualitative research-data based on ProQuest, Pub Med, and Science Direct articles. The article was published in English, and nurses as a sample. Factors OR Aspect AND Affecting OR Influencing AND Workload OR “amount of work” OR “high workload” AND nurses. There were twelve articles included in this article. This article studies three themes: the effects of a high nursing workload on patient care, the impact of a high nursing workload on mental nurses, and other factors. A nurse’s workload can cause problems with patients, the mental health of nurses, and other factors. It requires commitment from leaders, managers, and nurses to provide patient care and services to improve the quality of nurses’ work and patient satisfaction.</p> Diah Arruum, Sri Yulia, Muliyadi Muliyadi, Nur Asiah Copyright (c) 2024 Diah Arruum, Sri Yulia, Muliyadi, Nur Asiah https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 https://jurnal.unprimdn.ac.id/index.php/jukep/article/view/4548 Thu, 04 Jan 2024 00:00:00 +0000 Effectiveness of Moringa oleifera Leaves for Wound Healing: Systematic review https://jurnal.unprimdn.ac.id/index.php/jukep/article/view/4846 <p>Moringa leaves are a rich source of protein, minerals and fiber. This extract has the potential to be used as an antioxidant, anticancer, anti-inflammatory, antidiabetic and antimicrobial. This systematic review was designed to effectiveness of Moringa Oleifera Leaves for wound healing. Databases were searched for relevant studies: ProQuest, ScienceDirect, Pubmed, Springer Link, and EBSCO to study screening tools used to identify effectiveness of Moringa Oleifera Leaves for wound healing that were published within 2018-2023. Information about study objectives, method, population characteristics, statistical techniques, main findings, and region. Research data analysis was assessed using the ANOVA statistical test. Data from identified studies were analyzed based on objectives, study design, and outcomes. Records identified from: databases (n = 1,375), screened records (n = 1,344), reports searched for retrieval (n = 25), reports assessed for eligibility (n = 17), studies included in the review (n = 9) full text articles in the systematic review. Eligibility of the 9 articles was based on key findings that had been carefully selected to meet the study inclusion criteria. Research with a systematic review of the effectiveness of Moringa leaves for wound healing is very important to provide additional information for patients with acute and chronic wounds who are treated at home or in hospital.</p> Elis Anggeria, Chrismis Novalinda Ginting, Tiarnida Nababan Copyright (c) 2024 Elis Anggeria, Chrismis Novalinda Ginting, Tiarnida Nababan https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 https://jurnal.unprimdn.ac.id/index.php/jukep/article/view/4846 Tue, 30 Jan 2024 00:00:00 +0000 Potential of the Betadine Plant (Jatropha multifida L) for Wound Healing: Literature Review https://jurnal.unprimdn.ac.id/index.php/jukep/article/view/4856 <p>One of the therapies used in wound care is the betadine plant to accelerate wound healing. It contains active substances, including flavonoids, tannins, saponins, and alkaloids, which act as antioxidants, anti-inflammatories, and antimicrobials. The type of research carried out was a literature review type. Literature search regarding the potential of betadine plant leaf extract (Jatropha multifida L) for wound healing using Google Scholar, Pubmed, Sci-Hub, and Science Direct. Articles were selected based on exclusion and inclusion criteria, resulting in a sample of 7 articles in Indonesian and English. The research results show that using betadine plants can heal cuts, post-tooth extraction wounds, and chemical burns. Administration is carried out two times a day with a treatment time of 1 to 4 weeks, and evaluation is done twice during the intervention. Wound treatment uses the betadine plant as an alternative therapy, which is helpful for wound healing. It is hoped that the betadine plant can be used as an alternative in wound care and can be applied by the community, especially for DM sufferers.</p> Evalatifah Nurhayati, Chrismis Novalinda Ginting, Tiarnida Nababan Copyright (c) 2024 Evalatifah Nurhayati, Chrismis Novalinda Ginting, Tiarnida Nababan https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 https://jurnal.unprimdn.ac.id/index.php/jukep/article/view/4856 Tue, 30 Jan 2024 00:00:00 +0000