https://banuainstitute.org/JOHE/issue/feed JOURNAL of HEALTH 2024-02-03T11:47:13+07:00 Banuainstitute Banuainstitute.bjm@gmail.com Open Journal Systems <p><strong>JOURNAL of HEALTH (JOHE)</strong> E-ISSN : 2962 - 8385 is an INTERNATIONAL scientific journal that contains articles that are relevant to issues of public health, midwifery, Medicine, nursing, Pharmacy, Public Health, clinical and social health in the form of research articles, review articles, literature, Case Study or field report articles (research report, field report).</p> https://banuainstitute.org/JOHE/article/view/91 GDS, URIC ACID AND CHOLESTEROL EXAMINATION FOR THE ELDERLY IN PAROKI ST. MARIA TAK BERNODA RANGKASBITUNG 2024-01-24T08:59:26+07:00 Heni Kusumawati sr.birgittasfs@gmail.com <p>Elderly are part of the human growth and development process. According to the World Health Organization (2010), the number of Indonesians living over 60 years reached 20.7 million, which later increased by 36 million. The enhancement of life expectancy causes the population's life expectancy (&gt;75 years) to increase rapidly in the country. It will impact the shift pattern of disease from infection to degenerative illness. Some of the frequent degenerative illnesses that happen in the elderly are arthritis, diabetes mellitus, and cholesterol. In Indonesia, the incidence of diabetes mellitus is in second place after China, which is 9.116 million, with a prevalence of 5.8%. WHO also states that people living with arthritis reach 81% of the population in Indonesia. The high number of sufferers of gout, diabetes mellitus, and cholesterol is caused by changes in lifestyle and a lack of awareness among elderly. This community service activity aims to find out the highest level of uric acid, blood glucose and cholesterol and the most suffered elderly among those levels as well as doing education health. Community service activities were held on November 26, 2023, in commemoration of the 90th Anniversary of Paroki St. Maria Tak Bernoda Rangkasbitung. The methods used in the activity are lectures and demonstrations to 52 elderly. The result of the activities is that elderly can maintain their lifestyle and improve their health status. It is best to carry out a general medical check-up every 6 months to monitor uric acid, blood glucose, and cholesterol levels, especially for elderly.</p> 2024-01-17T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 JOURNAL of HEALTH https://banuainstitute.org/JOHE/article/view/93 THE INFLUENCE OF PARITY AND AGE ON PERINEUM WOUND CARE BEHAVIORS IN PUBLIC WOMEN AT PMB N 2024-01-25T08:35:51+07:00 Siti Maria Ulfa mariaulfa543@gmail.com <p>The behaviour of caring for perineal wounds in postpartum mothers needs attention. This is related to the risk of infection, so mothers must always maintain the cleanliness of their entire body, clothing, and environment. This study aimed to determine the relationship between respondents' age, parity, and perineal wound care behaviour. This research activity was carried out in January 2024 at the Praktik Mandiri Bidan N. This type of research was correlational with a cross-sectional design. The population in this study was postpartum mothers at the Praktik Mandiri Bidan N, with a sample of 67 respondents. The sampling technique is Accidental Sampling. This research instrument is a questionnaire multivariate data analysis with multiple linear regression analysis. The study results showed that most respondents behaved adequately in terms of caring for perineal wounds in postpartum mothers (mean 18.37). Most respondents were aged 20-23 years (73.14%). The majority of respondents had parity 1-2. The bivariate analysis results showed a relationship between age and perineal wound care behaviour (p=0.000, r=0.549), and there was a relationship between parity and perineal wound care (p=0.000, r=0.535). Multivariate analysis with multiple linear regression showed that age and parity were significantly related to perineal wound care in postpartum women. However, the t-test showed that age was predominantly related to perineal wound care behaviour. In conclusion, there is a relationship between age and parity with the perineal wound care behaviour of postpartum mothers at the Praktik Mandiri Bidan N. Age is more dominantly related to the perineal wound care behaviour of postpartum mothers.</p> 2024-01-19T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 JOURNAL of HEALTH https://banuainstitute.org/JOHE/article/view/95 THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE USE OF ONLINE GAMES AND SLEEP QUALITY IN STUDENTS OF SMK MUHAMMADIYAH 1 BANJARMASIN 2024-01-31T19:16:07+07:00 Muhammad Rauf Rauf@gmail.com Zaqyyah Huzaifah huzaifah@gmail.com Uni Afriyanti afriyanti@gmail.com Anggun Marlina anggun@gmail.com <p><strong>Background: </strong>Addictive behavior has greatly increased among adolescents lately, and one of them is the intensity of using online games. Online games have several impacts, such as disturbed sleep quality and can cause various health problems. <strong>Objective: </strong>To determine the relationship between the use of online games and sleep quality among students at the Muhammadiyah 1 Islamic Vocational School, Banjarmasin. <strong>Methods: </strong>This study uses correlation research with a cross-sectional approach. The sample in this study amounted to 60 people with a total sampling. They collected data through questionnaires using online games and sleep quality with the Spearman Rho analysis test. <strong>Results: </strong>The results obtained from this study are the p-value (0.000) &lt; α (0.05), which means there is a relationship between the use of online games and sleep quality in students of SMK Muhammadiyah 1 Banjarmasin. It is essential for school students to reduce the intensity of playing online games, and teachers and health workers need to conduct counseling or health education regarding the impact of online games.</p> 2024-01-20T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 JOURNAL of HEALTH https://banuainstitute.org/JOHE/article/view/98 ANALYSIS OF THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN WORKLOAD AND WORK-LIFE BALANCE IN ER NURSES AT DR. R SOEHARSONO TK III HOSPITAL BANJARMASIN 2024-02-03T11:47:13+07:00 Nilam Puspitasari nilam@gmail.com Nur Aini aini@gmail.com Ahmad Fariz Dian Nugraha nugraha@gmail.com <p><strong>Background: </strong>Hospitals are a form of health facility for the community. The success of a hospital in carrying out its function of providing health services to the community is marked by an increase in the quality of hospital services. Nurses, as the providers of health services to the community, are required to serve patients quickly and accurately. A nurse's alertness at all times in handling patients and the work situation, work shifts, and existing workload make nurses experience psychological distress. Workloads that increase beyond a person's capacity will result in a decrease in work-life balance. Work-life balance is a concept that supports nurses' efforts to divide their time and energy between work and other important aspects of their lives. <strong>Objective: </strong>This study aims to analyze the relationship between workload and work-life balance among emergency room nurses at Dr. R Soeharsono TK III Hospital Banjarmasin. <strong>Methods: </strong>This type of quantitative research with a cross-sectional design. The research subjects were emergency room nurses at Dr. R Soeharsono TK III Hospital Banjarmasin. Data collection was carried out using interview and observation techniques. Data analysis was carried out using the Spearman Correlation test. <strong>Results: </strong>18 people had a moderate workload of 64.3%, 15 people had a moderate Work-Life Balance of 53.6%, and the relationship between workload and Work-Life Balance had a Spearman correlation coefficient of – 0.633. <strong>The</strong> <strong>conclusion: </strong>The higher the workload, the lower the Work-Life Balance that the emergency room nurses at Dr. R Soeharsono TK III Hospital Banjarmasin.</p> 2024-01-20T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 JOURNAL of HEALTH https://banuainstitute.org/JOHE/article/view/99 THE RELATIONSHIP OF WORK SHIFT AND WORK STRESS IN NURSES AT DR. R. SOEHARSONO TK III HOSPITAL BANJARMASIN 2024-02-03T11:38:19+07:00 Rendhar Putri Hilintang putri@gmail.com Ayu Prima Kartika ayu@gmail.com Amelini Monica Fitri monica@gmail.com <p><strong>Background: </strong>Stress is often experienced by humans and can occur in various fields, such as education, development, and work. Workplace stress is now a worldwide problem affecting all jobs and employees in developing and developed countries. According to WHO figures, around 450 million people worldwide struggle with mental and behavioral illnesses. The rotating work system (<em>shifts</em>) results in work stress because the body has to try to adapt to the work <em>shift system </em>in a relatively short time. Work stress can have a significant effect on employee performance. Nurses must be on standby 24 hours a day to provide services to patients in hospitals, so their working hours consist of three shifts. <strong>Objective: </strong>To determine the relationship between work shifts and stress among nurses at Dr. R. Soeharsono Tk III Hospital Banjarmasin. <strong>Methods: </strong>This research is a quantitative observational study with a <em>cross-sectional design</em>. The population is all nurses at Dr. R. Soeharsono Tk III Hospital Banjarmasin, with a sample using a portion of the entire population that will be studied and considered representative. The sampling technique is random sampling. This research was carried out at Dr. R. Soeharsono Tk III Hospital Banjarmasin on February 1–8, 2024. <strong>Results: </strong>Chi-Square test results show There is a relationship between work shifts and stress levels in nurses at Dr. R. Soeharsono Tk III Hospital Banjarmasin with P-value = 0.004 &lt; 0.05. <strong>The</strong> <strong>conclusion: </strong>There is a significant relationship between work shifts and work stress in Dr. R. Soeharsono Tk III Hospital Banjarmasin nurses.</p> 2024-01-22T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 JOURNAL of HEALTH https://banuainstitute.org/JOHE/article/view/97 THE RELATIONSHIP OF JOB FATIGUE AND JOB SATISFACTION AMONG NURSES AT DR. R SOEHARSONO TK III HOSPITAL BANJARMASIN 2024-02-03T07:20:18+07:00 Nur Aini aini@gmail.com Nilam Puspitasari nilam@gmail.com Muhammad Oldyanoor oldyanoor@gmail.com <p><strong>Background: </strong>Hospitals must be able to provide the best health services for their patients and the general public. Nursing staff are often faced with diverse and complex tasks that must be completed on target and on time. Nurses also have to deal with patients' families, who are often overly demanding for better care. Nurses also become emotionally unstable in carrying out their duties as humans, and their work morale decreases. Bad service provided by nurses will have an impact on patient safety. A high nurse workload will result in nurses experiencing fatigue, which causes a decrease in job satisfaction. <strong>Objective: </strong>To determine the relationship between work fatigue and job satisfaction in nurses at Dr. R Soeharsono Tk III Hospital Banjarmasin. <strong>Methods: </strong>Quantitative type of research with a case study design. The research subjects were hospital management and staff. Data collection was carried out using interview and observation techniques. Data analysis was carried out descriptively and quantitatively. <strong>Results: </strong>The cross-tabulation between work fatigue and job satisfaction of nurses shows that the majority experience work fatigue in the tired category, with work satisfaction in the satisfactory category of 95%. The <em>Chi-square </em>test results for both variables obtained a <em>p-value </em>of 0.001 &lt; 0.05. <strong>The</strong> <strong>conclusion:</strong> There is a significant relationship between work fatigue and job satisfaction among nurses at Dr. R Soeharsono Tk III Hospital Banjarmasin.</p> 2024-01-23T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 JOURNAL of HEALTH https://banuainstitute.org/JOHE/article/view/96 THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN INTERPERSONAL RELATIONSHIPS AND WORK STRESS IN NURSES AT HOSPITAL X IN BANJARMASIN 2024-02-02T18:36:02+07:00 Ayu Prima Kartika ayu@gmail.com Rendhar Putri Hilintang putri@gmail.com <p><strong>Background</strong><strong>: </strong>Hospitals must be able to provide the best health services for their patients and the general public. A competitive work environment usually makes the workforce try to take care of their situation and ignore stress factors, but these stressors affect their work and life. Work stress on nurses can affect the quality of service in hospitals. A number of factors, such as poor working conditions and poor interpersonal relationships with leaders, colleagues, or subordinates, may cause stress. Lack of social support from colleagues and poor interpersonal relationships can cause stress. <strong>Objective</strong><strong>: </strong>This research aims to determine the relationship between interpersonal relationships and work stress among nurses at Hospital X in Banjarmasin. <strong>Methods</strong><strong>: </strong>This type of research is observational with a <em>cross-sectional </em>design. The research sample was 97 people. The independent variable is interpersonal relationships, and the dependent variable is nurse work stress. <strong>Results</strong><strong>: </strong>The results of the study show a relationship between interpersonal relationships (p=0.000) and work stress in nurses at Hospital X. <strong>The conclusion </strong>is that there is a relationship between interpersonal relationships and work stress. The suggestions are relaxation, managing anger and time well, providing counseling services, redesigning work to suit one's abilities, redesigning the work environment, and creating a healthy social environment to create a comfortable situation.</p> 2024-01-27T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 JOURNAL of HEALTH https://banuainstitute.org/JOHE/article/view/63 GESTATIONAL DIABETES MELLITUS AND BIRTH WEIGHT WITH RESPIRATORY DISTRESS SYNDROME (RDS) IN NEONATES 2023-06-15T17:00:08+07:00 Candra Kusuma Negara candra.negara@ulm.ac.id <p><strong><em>Objective study</em></strong><em>: To know if there is a connection between Diabetes Mellitus Gestational and Birth Weight with the Occurrence of Respiratory Distress Syndrome (RDS) in Neonates. <strong>Methodology</strong>: Research This uses quantitative including type study observational analytics with a cross-sectional approach. The population is as many as 124. Sample in the study This has as many as 95 types of sample proportional random sampling using the formula Slovin. Instrument study form sheet observations and sheets record medical. The statistical test used is Fisher Exact in the 2x2 table and Kolmogorov Smirnov in the 3x2 table. <strong>Results</strong>: Research results using Fisher Exact shows There is a connection between Gestational Diabetes with incident Respiratory Distress Syndrome (RDS) found p-value 0.014 &lt;0.05 and shows There is a connection between Birth Weight with the incidence of Respiratory Distress Syndrome (RDS) using the Kolmogorov Smirnov test obtained p-value 0.019 &lt;0.05. <strong>Conclusions:</strong> Be referenced. Expected therapy can help mom _ pregnant with Maternal Diabetes in the prevention incident Respiratory Distress Syndrome in the Neonate later Possible will benefit others.</em></p> 2024-01-31T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2022 JOURNAL of HEALTH