ENACTMENT TO REDUCE THE RISK OF DISEASE TRANSMISSION BASED ON NURSES COMMITMENT IN THE HOSPITAL
Background: Nurses have a risk of contracting disease in hospital. It is important for them to take preventive measures to avoid the risk of transmission. To avoid the risk of transmission, it is necessary to take action in line with their commitment. Objective: To analyze enactment in reducing the risk of disease transmission in hospitals based on nurses‟ commitment. Method: Analytic observational research with a longitudinal approach. Sampling technique is judgement sampling, with 119 respondents. The analysis was carried out by multiple linear regression statistical tests using the interval/ ratio scale numerical data. Result: Nurses‟ commitment has a significant effect on enactment to reduce the risk of disease transmission and has a positive contributing effect (ρ = <0.001; α = 0.05; b = 0.642). Conclusion: The commitment of nurses has an effect on nurses' enactment in reducing the risk of disease transmission.