GAMBARAN PERSEPSI PERAWAT TENTANG KESERIUSAN, HAMBATAN DAN TINDAKAN DALAM PENCEGAHAN INFEKSI NOSOKOMIAL BERDASARKAN KERANGKA HEALTH BELIEF MODEL DI RUANG INTENSIVE CARE DAN RAWAT INAP

Cahyaningsih, Dian Ayu and Sulisno, Madya (2019) GAMBARAN PERSEPSI PERAWAT TENTANG KESERIUSAN, HAMBATAN DAN TINDAKAN DALAM PENCEGAHAN INFEKSI NOSOKOMIAL BERDASARKAN KERANGKA HEALTH BELIEF MODEL DI RUANG INTENSIVE CARE DAN RAWAT INAP. Undergraduate thesis, Medicine, Department of Nursing.

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ABSTRACT Dian Ayu Cahyaningsih Overview of Nurse Perception about Seriousness, Obstacles and Actions in Prevention of Nosocomial Infection Based on The Health Belief Model in Intensive Care and Inpatient Room xvi + 77 Pages + 10 Tables + 2 Figures + 19 Appendixes Hospital service quality is measured by one indicator, namely the incidence of nosocomial infections. Research conducted by the PPIRS team at RSUP Dr. M Djamil, the results showed that 90-95% of nosocomial infections were affected by health workers, especially nurses. Nurses play an important role in efforts to prevent nosocomial infections. Efforts to prevent nosocomial infections carried out by nurses can be seen using the health belief model framework. The study aims to describe the nurse’s perceptions of seriousness, barriers and actions in preventing nosocomial infections based on the health belief model framework in the intensive care and inpatient room. This study uses quantitative methods with a type of non-experimental research. The research design used in this study was descriptive survey, we obtained 144 samples of nurses in intensive care and inpatients with sampling techniques using total sampling. Data obtained by using the seriousness perception, obstacle perception and action in prevention of nosocomial infection questionnaire. The results showed that 83 respondents (57,6%) had good perceptions of seriousness,61 respondents (42,4%) had a lack perceptions of seriousness, 92 respondents (63,9%) were not hampered in preventing nosocomial infections, 52 respondents (36,1%) were hampered in preventing nosocomial infections, 72 respondents (50%) have good actions in preventing nosocomial infections and 72 respondents (50%) had bad actions in preventing nosocomial infections. Based on this research, it is expected that nurses can improve perceptions of seriousness, overcome obstacles and improve actions in preventing nosocomial infections. Keyword: Seriousness Perception, Obstacle Perception, Health Belief Model References: 67 (2001-2018)

Item Type:Thesis (Undergraduate)
Subjects:R Medicine > RT Nursing
Divisions:Faculty of Medicine > Department of Nursing
Faculty of Medicine > Department of Nursing
ID Code:73574
Deposited By:Mr Bekti Iskandar
Deposited On:14 Nov 2019 10:06
Last Modified:14 Nov 2019 10:06

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