Ferry Efendi

Ferry Efendi
Airlangga University | UNAIR · Faculty of Nursing

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Introduction
Mr. Ferry is a Lecturer of nursing in the department of community health nursing, faculty of nursing at Airlangga University in Surabaya, Indonesia. He holds PhD in nursing which focusing on Indonesian nurses migration. In addition, he also had been involved in various projects within the area of Human Resources for Health at the Ministry of Health of Indonesia. His research interests include: Health Policy, Community Health, Maternal and Child Health, and Nurse Migration.
Additional affiliations
December 2006 - present
Airlangga University
Position
  • Lecturer
Education
September 2013 - February 2017
National Cheng Kung University
Field of study
  • Nursing

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Publications (243)
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Indonesia is recognized as a nurse exporting country, with policies that encourage nursing professionals to emigrate abroad. This includes the country's adoption of international principles attempting to protect Indonesian nurses that emigrate as well as the country's own participation in a bilateral trade and investment agreement, known as the Ind...
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Introduction: Lack of nurses in rural and remote communities of Indonesia has been a major concern of national and provincial governments. Given that imperative the Ministry of Health implemented (MoH) the Special Assignment initiative which assigned nurses in underserved communities This study examine factors that influenced participants in the p...
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Background Indonesia has become one of the international nurse migration players supported the Code that was endorsed by World Health Assembly year 2010. In reference to the code, the Minister of Health (MoH) as designated national authority, issued the regulation on the management of Indonesian nurses' migration [1]. This study aimed to monitor th...
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Introduction: Indonesia has a vast resource of nursing workforce for supplying the world demand. Nationally, there is growing concern at the current flows of nurse migration, particularly from Indonesia to Japan. Indonesia Japan Economic Partnership Agreement (IJEPA) has opened the gate for movement of natural persons, not exempted of nurses. Throu...
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Providing health care in remote and very remote areas has long been a major concern in Indonesia. In order to improve access to quality health care for residents in these areas, various policies on recruitment and deployment of health workers have been implemented, among them compulsory service, contracted staff and the Special Assignment of strate...
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Background: Hypertension is known as a chronic non-communicable disease that can cause cardiovascular complications which are the main cause of patient death in the community. This study aims to synthesize research findings regarding factors related to behavior in the prevention of cardiovascular complications in hypertensive patients in Indonesia....
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Hypertension is a disease that causes premature death especially among the elderly. However, the awareness and participation of the elderly are still low in efforts to control hypertension. Cadres and families have roles as companions for the elderly in carrying out activities, meeting daily needs, and providing access to good health services for t...
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Introduction: Considering the importance of birth registration for children, the government has been put a policy in place to provide legal recognition of a child's identity. This study aims to examine the factors associated with birth registration among children aged one-four years in Indonesia. Methods: A cross-sectional design was applied in thi...
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Background Neonatal mortality is one of the key impediments in achieving global sustainable development goals, especially in lower middle income countries (LMICs). As an LMIC with the highest reported neonatal mortality rate in Southeast Asia, Indonesia faces inequitable distribution of health facilities across the archipelago. Therefore, in this p...
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Background Complementary foods with breastfeeding are foods or drinks given to children aged 6–23 months to meet their nutritional needs. The non-optimal provision of complementary feeding influences malnutrition in children of this age. Aims To analyze the factors associated with complementary feeding practices among children aged 6–23 months in...
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The hospital is an organization in the service sector with nurses as the main resource. Increasing the commitment of the nurses was one of the ways to retain nurses. This cross-sectional study explained nurse’s foci of commitment model to decrease turnover intention. Variables in this study included nurse characteristics, job characteristics, work...
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Background: Despite the significant number of Indonesian nurses joining the Japanese National Nursing Licensure Examination (JNNLE), only a few of those were successful. Indonesian nurses as one of active migration player to Japan's market remain a critical support in supporting human resources for health in Japan. However, the successful nurses'...
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Objective Chair-based resistance band exercise (CRBE) is a simple and safe physical activity for persons with limited mobility. This study aimed to review and analyze chair-based resistance band exercise(CRBE) effects on physical functioning, sleep quality, and depression among older adults in long-term care facilities(LTCF). Method A systematic s...
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Introduction: The elderly tend to feel excessive anxiety because the elderly are a group that has a high risk of developing physical and psychological disorders. Anxiety is very influential on the spiritual well-being of the elderly, so it is necessary to conduct an analysis that aims to identify the relationship between anxiety and spiritual well-...
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Latar belakang: Stunting masih menjadi salah satu masalah di Indonesia dan masih belum bisa tertangani. Hal ini disebabkan oleh kekurangan gizi kronis dengan manifestasi kegagalan pertumbuhan yang dimulai sejak masa kehamilan hingga anak berusia 2 tahun. Stunting disebabkan kurangnya asupan gizi dalam waktu yang cukup lama menyebabkan gangguan di m...
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Background More than 3 billion people do not have access to clean energy and primarily use solid fuels to cook. Use of solid fuels generates household air pollution, which was associated with more than 2 million deaths in 2019. Although local patterns in cooking vary systematically, subnational trends in use of solid fuels have yet to be comprehens...
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Aim: The first scoping review is to map and synthesize the stressors, problems and coping strategies surrounding the health issues of migrant domestic workers. Design: Scoping review using Arksey and O'Malley's five-stage framework. Methods: Ten electronic databases were systematically searched by keywords for literature published between Janu...
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COVID-19 vaccination in adolescents is important because the adolescent population has the highest incidence of COVID-19. This study aimed to explore the factors associated with COVID-19 vaccination adherence among Indonesian adolescents. This cross-sectional study involved 7986 adolescents, polled through online and offline surveys conducted in si...
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Proper infant and young child feeding (IYCF) practices are essential to promote child's optimum health and improve their survival. Women's empowerment is believed can mediate intra-household resources towards optimal IYCF practice. However, the evidence is limited in South-East Asia. This study was aimed to determine the association of women's empo...
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Women’s susceptibility to HIV/AIDS infection is related to socio-economic and demographic factors. This study sought to analyze socio-economic and demographic factors related to knowledge and attitude of HIV/AIDS among women aged 15–49 years old in Indonesia. We conducted a secondary data analysis using the 2017 Indonesian Demographic and Health Su...
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Introduction: Nursing workforce is a pivotal element in tackling the COVID-19 pandemic. However, this has not been comprehensively discussed, particularly in Indonesia. This study aimed to explore stakeholders' perspectives on Indonesian nursing workforce recruitment and management during the COVID-19 pandemic. Methods: This study employed a qua...
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Background: The mortality risk of the novel coronavirus disease 19 (COVID-19) remains a global concern. Particularly in Indonesia, patients aged 18–59 years have a high risk of death due to COVID-19. In this study, we analysed the determinants of mortality risk among patients with confirmed COVID-19. Methods: A secondary analysis of data from the I...
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Background Dementia had effect on the dependence status of the elderly. Living in family can increase independence among elderly. The purpose of the study was to determine the effectiveness of home care intervention on the family’s ability to conduct caregiving at home as well as the independence of the elderly with dementia. Also, to determine the...
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Background Task-shifting, the distribution of tasks among health workers to address health workforce shortage, has been widely used to tackle mental health treatment gaps. However, its implementation in Indonesia has still been rarely explored. This study aimed to explore stakeholders’ perspectives on the implementation of mental health task-shifti...
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Background Noncompliance with fluid restrictions and diet is a major problem among hemodialysis patients. This can lead to fluid overload in the interdialytic phase and the accumulation of metabolic waste. This study aims to explore the life experience of patients undergoing hemodialysis and their compliance with fluid restrictions and diet. Metho...
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Background: In Indonesia, maternal health care services are widely available, aiming to improve health and survival among mothers. However, these services remain underutilised, and its determining factor was unknown. This study sought to identify determinant factors of maternal healthcare services utilisation among Indonesian mothers. Methods: This...
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Background Despite the contribution of international nurses to the health care services at a destination country, migrant nurses are not always employed based on their competency. Sending nurses to work as care workers in Japan might contradict the international migration of Indonesian health workforce policy which promotes the brain cirulation. Ex...
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Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic has changed all aspects of life, including the way people work and interact with each other. During the pandemic, several essential industries, not to mention healthcare workers, have had to endure the chaotic or life-threatening situation to keep working at desks to ensure that the pandemic can be tackl...
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Pendahuluan: Isolasi mandiri merupakan salah satu metode yang digunakan untuk mengendalikan penyebaran SARS-CoV-2 sebagai penyebab pandemi COVID-19. Tujuan dari literature reviewini adalah merangkum hasil penelitian sebelumnya yang memberikan gambaran tentang kondisi dan kebutuhan penderita COVID-19 yang menjalani isolasi mandiri. Metode: Literatur...
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Objective The coverage of postnatal care (PNC) is among the lowest globally when compared with other maternal and child interventions. This study aims to assess PNC utilisation in Indonesia and its association with women’s empowerment indicators to provide evidence for the need for policy change. Methods Data from the 2017 Indonesian Demographic H...
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Introduction: Hypertension is a silent killer disease that, if not handled properly, will lead to dangerous complications for the patient. Health education through mobile phones can be an intervention used to improve health services and the management of hypertension in the community. This study aims to synthesise research findings on the effect o...
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Purpose: Resolving nursing resources constraints should rely on robust nursing labor market analysis; however, no current study analyzes the dynamics of nursing labor markets in Indonesia. This study aimed to investigate the production, inflow and outflow, maldistribution and inefficiencies, and private sector regulations of the nursing labor mark...
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Background and objective Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) survivors face societal stigma. The study aims to analyze the association of this stigma with the mental health and quality of life of COVID-19 survivors. Methods In this cross-sectional study, we observed 547 adults who were previously documented as severe acute respiratory syndrome cor...
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Background : Elderly with dementia through a decline in degenerative brain function is characterized by a progressive loss of memory function and other cognitive abilities, the number of which is increasing in almost all countries. Dementia is a degenerative disease that requires long-term treatment, experienced by a number of the elderly populatio...
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Background: In Indonesia, maternal health care services are widely available, aiming to improve health and survival among mothers. However, these services remain underutilised, and its determining factor was unknown. This study sought to identify determinant factors of maternal healthcare services utilisation among Indonesian mothers. Methods: This...
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Background: The Indonesian policymakers need to respond to the current challenges, particularly the excess of nurses and the increased demand for nurses in the global market. Objective: This study aimed to present the perception of policymakers and stakeholders on the management of overseas migration of Indonesian nurses. Methods: This study i...
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Background One of the factors contributing to a high maternal mortality rate is the utilization of non-healthcare facilities as a birthplace for women. This study analyzed determinants affecting birthplace in middle-to lower-class women in Indonesia. Methods This study analyzed the 2017 Indonesian Demographic and Health Survey (IDHS) data. The tot...
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Background Low birth weight (LBW) is still a significant problem in Indonesia because it affects the growth and development of infants. It is also one of the factors that increase the risk of developing chronic disease later in life. Purpose The study aimed to analyse the determinants of LBW in Indonesia. Methods This cross-sectional analytic stu...
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Background: Mental health issues following the occurrence of disaster remain neglected area especially for older people group. The purpose of this study was to explore stakeholders' perspectives on post-disaster management related to the elderly's mental health needs. Design and methods: This qualitative case study was conducted between June and...
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Background and objective Maternal healthcare utilization by young women and adolescent girls is associated with maternal health outcomes and plays a critical role in reducing maternal mortality rates in low- and middle-income countries. This study sought to analyze current data on antenatal care (ANC), intranatal care (INC), and postnatal care (PNC...
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Anemia is a globally widespread condition in women and is associated with reduced economic productivity and increased mortality worldwide. Here we map annual 2000–2018 geospatial estimates of anemia prevalence in women of reproductive age (15–49 years) across 82 low- and middle-income countries (LMICs), stratify anemia by severity and aggregate res...
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Background Sustainable Development Goal 3.2 has targeted elimination of preventable child mortality, reduction of neonatal death to less than 12 per 1000 livebirths, and reduction of death of children younger than 5 years to less than 25 per 1000 livebirths, for each country by 2030. To understand current rates, recent trends, and potential traject...
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Background Studies have identified that nurse-led telephone health coaching benefited the continuity of care in patients with heart failure. However, the effect of nurse-led telephone health coaching remains inconclusive among the previous studies. Aim This review aimed to determine the effects of nurse-led telecoaching among patients with heart f...
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Background: In Indonesia, maternal mortality remains high, significantly 61.59% occur in the postnatal period. Postnatal care (PNC) provision is a critical intervention between six hours and 42 days after childbirth and is the primary strategy to reduce maternal mortality rates. However, underutilisation of PNC in Indonesia still remains high, and...
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Background: International migration of healthcare workers is a global phenomenon driven by growing demand in developed countries and expectations of healthcare workers from developing countries to have improved employment and lives. This migration has been understood to impact both the individuals and countries involved, with positive and negative...
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Migrant domestic workers have become a major international target population for issues of human rights. However, little is known about the stressors, problems, and coping strategies surrounding their health issues internationally. A scoping review identified 26 sources matching selection criteria through a systematic search on 10 databases with pu...
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Background: Tuberculosis (TB) is an infectious disease that is a major problem in Indonesia, placing Indonesia among the three major countries with the highest TB cases in the world. In addition, reporting of TB data from health service facilities, especially hospitals, is still weak. Since the implementation of Directly Observed Treatment Shortco...
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Background Erectile dysfunction (ED) in men living with Type-2 Diabetes Mellitus (T2DM) in Indonesia is rarely discussed. This study explored the lived experiences of young- to middle-aged Indonesian men living with T2DM and ED to identify the related healthcare support they received from their local public health center. Methods A qualitative-des...
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Bungai rampai migrasi perawat Indonesia ini menggambarkan pra-migrasi, migrasi dan paska migrasi.
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Angkatan kerja a. Ketersediaan perawat Secara garis besar ketersediaan perawat di Indonesia sudah dapat mencukupi kebutuhan sesuai dengan jumlah penduduk dengan rasio diatas target nasional yaitu mencapai 2,46 per 1.000 penduduk. Jumlah perawat yang terdaftar dan memiliki STR hingga akhir tahun 2020 adalah 985.889 dengan sejumlah 592.342 STR bersta...
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Indonesia is a South-East Asian nation of about 255 million people. Indonesia is a lower-middle-income country with a gross domestic product (GDP) of about US$ 3927 per capita per year. Following the decentralization of the national health system, the health-care service and management system is organized into three administrative levels: central,...
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Introduction: The use of health care services in mothers was a very important concern in developing countries because it was very beneficial in terms of declining maternal mortality rate, but the use of maternal health services in mothers aged 15-24 years In Indonesia was still not maximized. The purpose of this review was to analyze best practices...
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Background Neonatal mortality appears to be one of the most concerning problems to fulfill Sustainable Developmental Goals globally. Indonesia, as a developing country with uneven distribution of standardized health facilities over the archipelago, has been reported to be the country with the highest fatality cases of the newborn in Southeast Asia....
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High graduation of nurses and limited job opportunities in Indonesia may lead to the emigration of students particularly through facilitated migration. This study aimed at identifying the prevalence of nurses with intention to work in Japan and predictors of their intention to migrate as well as having a definite plan to work in Japan. The study ad...
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Background Acute respiratory infection (ARI) among children under five years has been identified as a risk factor for child morbidity, leading to child mortality in Indonesia. Many factors may cause ARI; however, determinants associated with ARI remain unclear in Indonesia. Objectives This study sought to analyze the determinants of ARI among chil...
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Background : In Indonesia, maternal mortality remains high, significantly 61.59% occur in the postnatal period. Postnatal care (PNC) provision is a critical intervention between six hours and 42 days after childbirth and is the primary strategy to reduce maternal mortality rates. However, underutilization of PNC in Indonesia still remains high, and...
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Objectives This study aimed to analyze the effect of audiovisual and group support foot exercises on the Ankle Brachial Pressure Index and foot sensation.Methods This study used a quasi-experimental design. The sample number of this study was 156 using a purposive sampling technique. The research group was divided into three groups. The variables m...
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Motor vehicle traffic accidents are a leading cause of death for an individual in Indonesia. This study aimed to evaluate the effectiveness of training using simulation and recitation models focusing on the achievement of the pre-hospital performance of traffic-control volunteers (Supeltas) in stabilizing cervical spinal in-line position in helmet...
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Kata kunci: Metode andragogy, pendidikan dan pelatihan, penanganan triase kuning, pemuda. Abstract One effort that can be done to build disaster resilient villages and a culture of community safety against disaster risks is community-based disaster management through capacity building for youth capacity in disaster management. The aim of community...
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Background National Health Insurance (NHI) is a health financing scheme implemented in Indonesia to achieve universal health coverage. This is a mandatory social insurance with approximately two-thirds of the members made up by the poor, who are subsidised by the government. The principle of distributive justice is central in the NHI relating to fa...
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Background Type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM) was one of chronic disease that remain global concern including in Indonesia. Healthy lifestyle is a part of diabetes mellitus treatment to achieve the highest health status and to prevent diabetes complication. Purpose: This study aimed to examine the effect of community and peer support based healthy lif...
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The excessive use of online gaming before sleep in adolescents could be a risk factor of sleep disorders such as insomnia. This study aimed to assess the association between playing online games before sleep and insomnia based on gender perspective among middle school students in Indonesia. This was a retrospective study and the data came from a cr...
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Background Optimum feeding practice is the key to determine development and growth among infants and young children. Dietary diversity is considered an indicator to assess nutritional adequacy. Objectives This study aimed to determine the factors that associated with minimum dietary diversity types among children aged 6–23 months in Indonesia. Me...
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Introduction: College students are a vulnerable population who are more likely to experience anxiety and depressive symptoms during pandemic COVID-19. This study aimed to evaluate the knowledge, attitudes, anxiety, and perceptions of mental health needs among nursing students in Indonesia during the COVID-19 pandemic. Methods: The study used a cros...
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p> Abstrack Introduction : Minimum service standards field of administration and management about employee training require at least 20 hours per year. The aims of this study was to analyze the training needs of nurses at the Ahmad Yani Islamic hospital in Surabaya. In addition, this study explain the organizational analysis, conduct operational...
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Introduction: Indonesia is recognized as an active player in the sending of health professionals, including nurses, abroad. Indonesian nurses are also placed in Middle Eastern countries, such as Kuwait. Nevertheless, there is little research exploring the life experience of Indonesian nurses living and working in Kuwait. Methods: The design of this...
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Lulusan mahasiswa keperawatan harus dinyatakan kompeten dalam Uji Kompetensi Ners Indonesia (UKNI) untuk dapat melakukan praktik keperawatan. Angka kegagalan dalam UKNI masih tergolong tinggi, sedangkan penelitian mengenai determinan kelulusan mahasiswa keperawatan dalam UKNI belum banyak dilakukan. Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk mengetahui predikt...
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Introduction. Konflik merupakan masalah yang sering kali terjadi pada remaja. Hal ini dapat memberikan dampak psikologis dan gangguan mental emosional pada remaja dan jika berangsur lama dapat menimbulkan efek yang buruk baik dari mental maupun fisik. Ketahanan psikologis tidak secara langsung ada pada diri remaja, melainkan melalui proses pembelaj...
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Migrasi perawat lintas batas merupakan isu internasional yang memiliki dampak besar pada negara sumber dan tujuan. Belum tersedianya layanan penyediaan akses informasi migrasi dalam bentuk aplikasi teknologi berbasis android menyebabkan terhambatnya desiminasi informasi yang didapatkan mengenai seputar peluang kerja di luar negeri. Tujuan pengabdia...
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Pendahuluan: Prevalensi kehamilan usia muda pada ibu remaja di Kupang yang tinggi meningkat, sehingga diperlukan informasi dan penyuluhan kesehatan yang tepat serta cara penggunaan kontrasepsi. Tujuan penelitian ini adalah untuk mengetahui determinan pengetahuan tentang kontrasepsi pada ibu muda di Puskesmas Pasir Panjang Kupang Nusa Tenggara Timur...
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Background: Improving maternal health and reducing maternal mortality are part of the United Nations global Sustainable Development Goals for 2030. Ensuring every woman’s right to safe delivery is critical for reducing the maternal mortality rate. Our study aimed to identify determinants of safe delivery utilization among women in the eastern Indon...
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Aims: To analyze the association between personal health conditions (self-rated health, physical function, and chronic conditions) and symptoms of depression in Indonesia. Methods: Data were collected from the Indonesian family life survey 5. This study used a cross-sectional study design with a sample size of 17,734 respondents. We included dep...
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Men's attachment to masculinity is believed to contribute to the low access to health services. However, there is a paucity in the available literature to explain this further in Indonesia. This study aimed to narrow the gap by providing scientific evidence to explain whether a similar situation is occurring in Indonesia. We conducted a cross-secti...