NHIHC : NANI HASANUDDIN INTERNATIONAL HEALTH CONFERENCE http://jurnal.stikesnh.ac.id/index.php/nhihc <p>The 1st Nani Hasanuddin International Health Conference with the main theme, “Inter-professional Education &amp; Practice Collaborative : Patient Centered Care Assurance” serves as platform that aims to help the scholarly community across nations to explore the critical role of multidisciplinary innovations for sustainability and growth of human health societies. This conference provides opportunity to the academicians, practitioners, scientists, and scholars from across various disciplines including nursing, midwifery, pharmacy and public health, to discuss avenues for interdisciplinary innovations and identify effective ways to address the regional and global challenges faced by our health care system and education in order to create an inter-professional highly standard care for patient and society. The research ideas and studies that we received for this conference are very promising, unique, and impactful. I believe, these studies have the potential to address key challenges in various sub-domains of health community sciences. The scholars attending this conference will certainly find it helpful in refining their own research ideas, finding solutions to basic/applied problems they face, and interacting with other renowned scholars for possible future collaborations.</p> en-US Wed, 31 Oct 2018 00:00:00 +0000 OJS http://blogs.law.harvard.edu/tech/rss 60 THE RELATIONSHIP OF FAMILY SUPPORT WITH HOSPITALIZATION STRESS IN CHILDREN IN SALEWANGANG MAROS HOSPITAL http://jurnal.stikesnh.ac.id/index.php/nhihc/article/view/80 <p>Background: The family is the smallest unit of the community which consists of the head of the family and several people who are collected and live somewhere under one roof in a state of interdependence. Hospitality creates a series of traumatic and stressful events in uncertainty for children and their families. Family support can make children feel comfortable, confident, cared for and loved so they can deal with problems better. Objective: The purpose of this study was to determine the relationship of family support with the stress of hospitalization for children in SalewangangMaros Regional General Hospital.Method: This research uses Analytical Descriptive research design with Cross Sectional approach and was carried out on December 19 to January 14 at 2017. The sampling method used wasaccidental sampling and the number of samples used was 45 respondents. Results: Based on the results of statistical tests with chi-square obtained p value = 0.005 which means that the value of p &lt;0.05 indicates that the higher the family support, the lower the incidence of stress hospitalization in children so that there is a significant relationship between family support and stress of hospitalization. Conclusion: Good family support for children who are hospitalized will have an impact on the child's stressful hospitalization. Nurses are expected to provide health education to parents the importance of providing support to children who are hospitalized.</p> Sitti Nurbaya Copyright (c) 2020 NHIHC : NANI HASANUDDIN INTERNATIONAL HEALTH CONFERENCE http://jurnal.stikesnh.ac.id/index.php/nhihc/article/view/80 Wed, 31 Oct 2018 00:00:00 +0000 TRANSCULTURAL NURSING CARE PROSPECTS AND CHALLENGES IN THE 3RD MILLENNIUM http://jurnal.stikesnh.ac.id/index.php/nhihc/article/view/176 <p>Background: This article presents Transcultural Nursing care Prospects and Challenges in the 3rd millennium. Including identifies the important aspect, reflects the theory and outstretches ways to achieve the future of Transcultural Nursing, presents some assumptions, and lays out some basic propositions as a foundation for further work. There are many extant frameworks and theories of culture and cultural competence in nursing and health care. Objective: The models presented here draws contemporary approach and attempts to present an effective concepts and processes in a new day. Method: The ideas presented here built particularly on pioneering work of transcultural nursing by Leininger, Campinha-Bacote, and Dula F. Pacquiao„s. Result: Leininger‟s as founder, involves knowing and understanding different cultures with respect to nursing and health-illness caring practices, beliefs and values with the goal to provide meaningful and efficacious nursing care services to people according to their cultural values and health-illness context. In addition, focuses on understand the ways in which culture influences nursing care from an insider perspective. Conclusion: Furthermore, this study suggests that transcultural or cultural competence must be considered in the health care services to achieve health and social care imperative in the 21st century.</p> Nur Khalid Copyright (c) 2018 NHIHC : NANI HASANUDDIN INTERNATIONAL HEALTH CONFERENCE http://jurnal.stikesnh.ac.id/index.php/nhihc/article/view/176 Wed, 31 Oct 2018 00:00:00 +0000 MORINGA CAPSULATION BENEFITS FOR ANEMIA TREATMENT OF PREGNANT WOMEN IN PADANG LAMPE AND MINASA TE’NE PRIMARY HEALTH CENTER, PANGKEP DISTRICT, SOUTH SULAWESI http://jurnal.stikesnh.ac.id/index.php/nhihc/article/view/167 <p>Background: Anemia is the largest public health problem in the world, especially for women of reproductive age. Treatment of anemia so far with FE tablet therapy, but there are other alternatives now that are more natural, namely Moringa capsules. Moringa is widely known in Indonesia, especially in rural areas, but has not been utilized optimally in daily life. The high iron content of Moringa leaves is thought to be effective in overcoming iron deficiency anemia through an increase in the number of red blood cells. Objective: To determine the benefits of Moringa capsule therapy in healing anemia in pregnant women in the working area of Padang Lampe and the Minasa Te‟ne Primary Health Center (PHC). Method: Quasiexperimental research design with pretest and posttest. Sample in this study were anemic pregnant women who control their pregnancies in those PHC, 30 respondents. Sampling technique was accidental sampling. Data collection was obtained using observation sheets. Result: Based on the Wilcoxon test, P value was 0.00 &lt; α 0.05. An increase in hemoglobin levels was significant in anemic pregnant women after given Moringa capsules for two months. Conclusion: Although this study was done in only two PHC and cannot be generalize yet, Moringa capsules provide great benefits for healing anemia in pregnant women. Further study in larger population to conclude the effect of Moringa capsule. However, addressing Moringa capsules can be used as an alternative by health workers as a preventive and promotive action against anemia in pregnant women.</p> Andi Hasliani Copyright (c) 2018 NHIHC : NANI HASANUDDIN INTERNATIONAL HEALTH CONFERENCE http://jurnal.stikesnh.ac.id/index.php/nhihc/article/view/167 Wed, 31 Oct 2018 00:00:00 +0000 THE ROLE OF TELENURSING IN OVERCOMING EMERGENCIES OF PREGNANCY: AN INTEGRATIVE LITERATURE REVIEW http://jurnal.stikesnh.ac.id/index.php/nhihc/article/view/188 <p>Background: Telenursing is a long-distance nursing care service through the use of telecommunications media to provide nursing information and services to patients. The nurse remains carrying out the stages of the process of nursing assessment as determining the nursing diagnosis, planning and evaluating the results of an intervention of nursing care, which is done with the use of modern technology such as Internet, computers, telephones, digital assessment tools and equipment telemonitoring. Objective: This study investigates the role of telenursing in overcoming emergencies of pregnancy. Methods: This integrative review was collected and analyzed from the amount of seven article journals. Two electronic database s were searched such as PubMed and BiomedCentral using the keywords “telenursing in emergencies of pregnancy”. The criteria of articles that used in this integrative review had full text and published in the period between on 2013 to 2018. Results: Telenursing reflected both effective and efficient to manage the emergency services, can overcome emergency conditions quickly, easily accessible and reducing the costs of maternal consultation. Conclusions: Telenursing may become a solution for effective in overcoming emergencies of pregnancy and applied to minimize delay in the prehospital setting. Further research is greatly needed to identify the best solution and alternative related to how to apply and establish telenursing in small and developing country.</p> Ardian Adhiwijaya, Dewi Yuliani Hanaruddin Copyright (c) 2018 NHIHC : NANI HASANUDDIN INTERNATIONAL HEALTH CONFERENCE http://jurnal.stikesnh.ac.id/index.php/nhihc/article/view/188 Wed, 31 Oct 2018 00:00:00 +0000 FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH PULMONARY TB TREATMENT FAILURE IN PALLANGGA PRIMARY HEALTH CENTER, GOWA DISTRICT, SOUTH SULAWESI http://jurnal.stikesnh.ac.id/index.php/nhihc/article/view/174 <p>Background: The main cause of the increasing burden of Tuberculosis (TB) problem is TB program failure, in this case inadequate TB care organizations (less accessible to the public, non-standard screening of a case/ diagnosis, drug supply is not guaranteed, lack of monitoring, recording and reporting standards). These situations will eventually lead to the occurrence of epidemic TB and difficult to handle. Objective: To determine factors associated with pulmonary TB treatment failure in Pallangga Primary Health Center (PHC), Gowa District, with a population of 55 people. Method: Descriptive study with total sampling using Chi-square (α = 0.05). Result: Statistical result reveals relationship between pulmonary TB treatment failure with medication adherence (ρ = 0.046), family support (ρ = 0.024), body mass index (ρ = 0.073), neighborhood relationship (ρ = 0.030), taking medication supervisor (ρ = 0.053). Conclusion: There is relationship between pulmonary TB treatment failure with medication adherenceion, family support, and neighborhood relationship in Pallangga PHC, Gowa District. Explanation is essential so that patients do not feel alone, feel cared for, abiding in the treatment and supported in the surrounding environment.</p> Ristiana, Suhartatik, Hasriana Copyright (c) 2018 NHIHC : NANI HASANUDDIN INTERNATIONAL HEALTH CONFERENCE http://jurnal.stikesnh.ac.id/index.php/nhihc/article/view/174 Wed, 31 Oct 2018 00:00:00 +0000 NUTRITION OF NUTRITIONAL MOTHER KNOWLEDGE IN THE BEGINNING IN THE HEALTH CENTER OF KAB PANGKEP http://jurnal.stikesnh.ac.id/index.php/nhihc/article/view/256 <p>Background: According to WHO, the majority of 80% of the main causes of maternal death are related to pregnancy, childbirth and the puerperium, 20% of the celebrities are indirect. The puerperium period begins when the placenta is born and ends when the reproductive devices return to their pre-pregnancy condition, which is approximately 6 weeks or 42 days, for which adequate nutrition is needed. Postpartum maternal nutrition is needed to produce breast milk and restore maternal health. The calorie intake needed per day is 500 calories and can be increased to 2,700 calories. Nutritional quality of postpartum mothers can be influenced by the level of knowledge (Astutik, 2015). Objective: The purpose of this study was to determine the knowledge of postpartum mothers about nutrition during childbirth in the Segeri Pangkep Health Center on good and lack of knowledge. Method: The research method used in this research is descriptive type of research. This research was conducted at Segeri Pangkep Health Center with purposive sampling technique. The sample size in this study was 38 postpartum mothers. Results: of this study explain that 38 respondents contained 25 respondents (65.79%) who were well-informed and as many as 13 respondents (34.21%) who lack knowledge. Conclusion: With maternal nutrition during childbirth can maintain maternal health, help the healing process and help produce ASI. The need to provide counseling about the importance of nutritional intake during childbirth</p> Dahniar Copyright (c) 2018 NHIHC : NANI HASANUDDIN INTERNATIONAL HEALTH CONFERENCE http://jurnal.stikesnh.ac.id/index.php/nhihc/article/view/256 Wed, 31 Oct 2018 00:00:00 +0000 RELATIONSHIP OF KNOWLEDGE AND MOTIVATION OF MOTHER WITH IMMUNIZATION COMPLETENESS AT PATTINGALLOANG HEALTH CENTER MAKASSAR http://jurnal.stikesnh.ac.id/index.php/nhihc/article/view/165 <p>Background: Immunization is carried out to improve a person's treatment specifically, is currently exposed to a disease that will not be sick or only mildly ill. An immunization program for orientation babies so that every baby gets the complete basic immunization. Indonesian health profile data in 2017 shows that the complete coverage of basic immunizations for infants is not evenly distributed for every city and district in South Sulawesi, even some of them tend to be low. The cause of the low achievement of immunization is the low awareness of mother and family knowledge and about immunization, the benefits of immunization, and the schedule for immunization. Objective: The purpose of this study is to know the relationship of knowledge and motivation of the mother with the completeness of immunization at the Pattingalloang Makassar Health Center. Method: The type of research used is quantitative research with a cross sectional design. Sampling uses the accidental sampling technique with a total sample of 45 respondents with a total population of 56 respondents. Data collection uses a checklist and direct interviews with parents of babies. Result: of this study indicate that knowledge has no relationship with the completeness of immunization with p-value 0.90, while motivation has a significant relationship with the completeness of immunization with p-value 0.00. Conclusion: of this study is that there is no relationship between knowledge and completeness of immunization and there is a significant relationship between motivation and completeness of immunization. It is expected that health workers should improve the health of mothers who have babies in an effort to achieve maximum child immunization through health education or promotion on immunization.</p> Rahmawati Copyright (c) 2018 NHIHC : NANI HASANUDDIN INTERNATIONAL HEALTH CONFERENCE http://jurnal.stikesnh.ac.id/index.php/nhihc/article/view/165 Wed, 31 Oct 2018 00:00:00 +0000 AN INTERPROFESSIONAL COLLABORATION BETWEEN PHYSICIANS AND NURSES IN HASANUDDIN UNIVERSITY TEACHING HOSPITAL MAKASSAR http://jurnal.stikesnh.ac.id/index.php/nhihc/article/view/186 <p>Background: Interprofessional Collaboration has become an important component to deliver the highest quality of care. An Interprofessional Collaboration Practice (IPC) is a practice from many professions that cooperate and respect each other regardless of each knowledge and experience to improving patient center care and patient safety. Objective: This study aimed to find out the Interprofessional Collaboration Practice (IPC) implementation in Hasanuddin University Teaching Hospital (RSP) in Makassar. Method: This study used quantitative methodology using survey method approach. Populations in this study are 52 included physicians and nurses from ward I, II and III in this hospital. The sampling used a non-probability sampling method with a proportionate stratified random sampling approach. Data were collected by using development of AITCS questionnaire to explore about IPC Implementation and then processed and analyzed by using SPSS 23 version computer program. Result: This study found that the IPC implementation in RSP already implemented well in four aspects, as it can be seen from aspects of cooperation (96,5%), partnerships (92,3%), coordination (92,4%), and shared decision making (96,2%). Conclusion: The IPC has been implemented well in this RSP where all health professionals have shown good collaboration in cooperation, partnerships, coordination and shared decision making whereas cooperation and shared decision making were the two aspects that almost all health professionals have implemented. From this study is the hospital should maintain the implementation of IPC because it will help in providing the best service for patients. In addition, we should conduct the survey at another hospital, to see how far the implementation of IPC in general.</p> Nurul Fadhilah Gani Copyright (c) 2018 NHIHC : NANI HASANUDDIN INTERNATIONAL HEALTH CONFERENCE http://jurnal.stikesnh.ac.id/index.php/nhihc/article/view/186 Wed, 31 Oct 2018 00:00:00 +0000 ATTITUDE OF MOTHER IN PROVIDING COMPLETE BASIC IMMUNIZATION AT BABY AGE 0-11 MONTHS IN POSYANDU TERATAI 3 KELURAHAN PANDANG KECAMATAN PANAKKUKANG MAKASSAR http://jurnal.stikesnh.ac.id/index.php/nhihc/article/view/172 <p>Background: Immunization is one of the preventive efforts to prevent an increase in the mortality rate in infants due to Preventable Disease With Immunization (PD3I), the increase in infant mortality from year to year should have become more attention in the community. The complete status of basic immunization in infants is strongly supported by the attitude of the mother as someone closest to the baby. Objective: The purpose of this study was to analyze or explore in depth about how the mother's attitude to the complete basic immunization of infants aged 0-11 months. Method: This study uses qualitative research methods with a phenomenological approach. The sampling technique used was purposive sampling with study participants as many as 5 participants who did immunization at the Teratai 3 Posyandu Pandang Sub-district, Panakkukang District, Makassar. Data collection techniques were carried out by conducting in-depth interviews using interview guidelines that were assisted by using a tape recorder, and note fields. Data analysis techniques are carried out by means of data reduction, data display, and conclusion drawing/ verification. Result: After defining several themes related to the focus of the study, as well as conducting analysis, the researchers concluded: 1) The mother of the baby as a participant understands the importance of immunization and the impact if not complete immunization is given to the baby, this is where the results of the research are in accordance with existing theoretical concepts, 2) the mother of the baby as the participant gave a response agreeing on the information giving basic immunization to the baby in accordance with the level of attitude level. Conclusion: Where the results of the research have been carried out in accordance with the existing theoretical concepts, 3) the mother of the baby as the participant explained the actions they took in the event of a fever reaction after immunization, where the results of the research were in accordance with the theoretical concept. But different from the disease cannot walk or paralyze after immunization that is not in accordance with the existing concept of theory, 4) the attitude of parents, especially the mother of the baby has a meaningful relationship with the completeness of basic immunization, it also proves that mothers who have been respondents have had previous practice about the benefits of basic immunization against the baby.</p> Muzakkir Copyright (c) 2018 NHIHC : NANI HASANUDDIN INTERNATIONAL HEALTH CONFERENCE http://jurnal.stikesnh.ac.id/index.php/nhihc/article/view/172 Wed, 31 Oct 2018 00:00:00 +0000 DETERMINANTS OF PREGNANCY FACTORS THAT RISKIN LABOR IN BARRU DISTRICT HOSPITAL THE YEAR 2011 - 2016 http://jurnal.stikesnh.ac.id/index.php/nhihc/article/view/206 <p>Background: Problems that often occur in intrapartum and prenatal events can cause adverse effects on the baby in the next life is not new. Serious biological disability, health problems, obstetric disorders, and social problems that can interfere with both mother and baby, both mild and real. Objective: to obtain information about the determinant factors of pregnancy at risk for delivery in Barru District Hospital in 2011-2016. Method: This type of research is observational research with a Case-Control approach.The population in this study were all pregnant women who came to have a pregnancy and maternity check up to 6017 people. The sample in this study were pregnant women who came to check for pregnancy and childbirth at risk as many as 51 people who experienced the risk of pregnancy and childbirth and 51 people who did not experience the risk of pregnancy and childbirth with a ratio of 1: 1. Result: showed that out of 102 people who were taken as samples, 60 people (58.5%) were at risk for pregnancy such as anemia, hyperemesis gravidarum, and antepartum hemorrhage and only 42 people (41.2%) were not at risk for pregnancy or normal pregnancy. Conclusion: It is expected that pregnant women consume Fe tablets and multivitamins, consume nutritious foods, because nutritious foods will meet energy needs as well as to speed up the healing process</p> Lili Purnamasari Copyright (c) 2018 NHIHC : NANI HASANUDDIN INTERNATIONAL HEALTH CONFERENCE http://jurnal.stikesnh.ac.id/index.php/nhihc/article/view/206 Wed, 31 Oct 2018 00:00:00 +0000 THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN STRATEGIC LEADERSHIP AND NURSE PERFORMANCE IN INPATIENT ROOM AT HASANUDDIN UNIVERSITY TEACHING HOSPITAL, MAKASSAR http://jurnal.stikesnh.ac.id/index.php/nhihc/article/view/162 <p>Background: Strategic leadership is the ability to understand the entire organization both internal and external, thus one can create strategic changes to each individual in an organization for both short and long-term continuity and stability of the organization (Kamariah N., 2013). Hitt, Ireland, &amp; Hoskisson (2006) in Kamariah (2013) say that a good strategic leadership practice will help the organization to achieve organizational performance in a competitive, turbulent environment. AimObjective: This research aims to analyze the relationship between strategic leadership and nurse performance in inpatient rooms at Hasanuddin University Teaching Hospital, Makassar. Method: This research uses crosssectional design, with the sample size of 73 nurses taken from the total number of 182 by means of the purposive sampling technique. The data collection was performed by distributing questionnaires with Likert scale and observation sheets. Result: The data were analyzed using SPSS with correlation tests. The result indicates a significance value of 0.000 showing that the correlation between strategic leadership and nurse performance in inpatient rooms at Hasanuddin University Teaching Hospital Makassar is meaningful. The Spearman correlation value of 0.532 indicates a positive correlation with moderate correlation strength. Conclusion of this research is that six basic indicators of strategic leadership, which are anticipated, challenge, interpret, decide, align, and learn, have effects on nurse performance. If nurses have these basic indicators, they will always anticipate information changes and new knowledge and findings, they will be able to make both short and long-term planning, they will be capable of adapting to the working environment, and they can work together with their fellow nurses and the other healthcare teams. If internal problems arise, they can be extroverted and motivate each other, and solve the problems.</p> Nurhidayah Copyright (c) 2018 NHIHC : NANI HASANUDDIN INTERNATIONAL HEALTH CONFERENCE http://jurnal.stikesnh.ac.id/index.php/nhihc/article/view/162 Wed, 31 Oct 2018 00:00:00 +0000 RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PERCEIVED BEHAVIORAL CONTROL AND LOCUS OF CONTROL IN DIABETES MELLITUS PATIENTS http://jurnal.stikesnh.ac.id/index.php/nhihc/article/view/184 <p>Background: Controlling Diabetes Mellitus (DM) requires strong confidence and adherence so that patients can create these behaviors. The creation of behavior cannot be separated from the role of individual control center itself or in this case called the Locus of Control. Objective: To analyze the relationship of perceived behavioral control with Locus of Control in DM patients. Method: Explanatory research using a cross-sectional design. The sampling technique was consecutive sampling using multivariate numerical analysis (143 respondents). Hypothesis testing is carried out using the MANOVA test, then further testing is carried out using path analysis with the trimming model. Result: Locus of control has a significant effect on the perceived behavioral control of DM patients (ρ = 0.051) (α = 0.06; b = 0.027; b2 = 0.001). Conclusion: Locus of control had a significant effect on the perceived behavioral control of DM patients in DM control behavior.</p> Yusran Haskas Copyright (c) 2018 NHIHC : NANI HASANUDDIN INTERNATIONAL HEALTH CONFERENCE http://jurnal.stikesnh.ac.id/index.php/nhihc/article/view/184 Wed, 31 Oct 2018 00:00:00 +0000 LEVEL OF KNOWLEDGE OF IUD ACCEPTORS AND THE FREQUENCY OF IUD CONTROL IN WOMAN AND CHILD HOSPITAL SITI FATIMAH MAKASSAR http://jurnal.stikesnh.ac.id/index.php/nhihc/article/view/170 <p>Background: IUD (Intra-Uterine Device) is a device or object that is inserted into the uterus that is very effective, reversible and long-term can be used by all women of reproductive age. Women who have placed an IUD are required to come in regularly to ensure that no side effects occur. Based on data from Woman and Child Hospital Siti Fatimah Makassar from January to April 2015 there were 223 IUD acceptors and only 34% did regular controls, 20% were irregular and 46% did not control at all. Objective: The purpose of this study was to find out the relationship between the level of knowledge of IUD acceptors and the frequency of IUD control in Woman and Child Hospital Siti Fatimah Makassar. Method: The research used Analytical Descriptive with the Cross-Sectional approach as research design. The population used in this study were women with IUD contraceptives in Woman and Child Hospital Siti Fatimah Makassar. There was many as 60 respondent were included in this study based on slovin formula. The sampling technique used in this study was non probability sampling, namely purposive sampling and data collection was obtained using a questionnaire. Result: of this study showed that there is a relationship between the level of knowledge with the frequency of controlling for IUD acceptors. Conclusion: knowledge level of someone can affect their behavior. In this study show that the better the level of knowledge of IUD acceptors, the more frequent them doing control for their IUD. Midwife plays important roles in gaining women's knowledge and understanding about contraceptive. This can be done through health education and counseling to improve the implementation of IUD control by the acceptors.</p> Arisna Kadir Copyright (c) 2018 NHIHC : NANI HASANUDDIN INTERNATIONAL HEALTH CONFERENCE http://jurnal.stikesnh.ac.id/index.php/nhihc/article/view/170 Wed, 31 Oct 2018 00:00:00 +0000 RISK FACTORS AFFECT GLUCOSE MANAGEMENT OF DIABETES MELLITUS PATIENTS IN LABUANG BAJI HOSPITAL AND PELAMONIA HOSPITAL, MAKASSAR, SOUTH SULAWESI, INDONESIA http://jurnal.stikesnh.ac.id/index.php/nhihc/article/view/198 <p>Background: Diabetes Mellitus (DM) is a serious life-long health condition occurs when the amount of glucose in the blood is too high. Objectives: To assess the glucose management of DM patients. Method: Descriptive survey research, seventy-two (72) respondents were taken as subjects. The frequency and percentage, weight mean, and chi-square were used to treat quantitative data. Assessment rating for the glucose management ranges from “very high degree” to “low degree”. Result: Majority of the participants in the 2 hospitals were found excessively more than 45 years old (44 or 61.1%), female participants (47 or 65.3%), high blood sugar (53 or 73.6%), normal body weight (29 or 40.3%), and non-smokers (53 or 73.6%). In addition, there is no significant difference in glucose management according to age, gender, and history of smoking. But then, there is a significant differenciation in glucose management of participants when grouped according to blood sugar levels and body mass index. Conclusion: Poor glucose management of the participants. Furthermore, DM patients experienced the highest number of cases occurred in this study was above 45 years old, female participants, high blood sugar levels, normal weight, and had no history of smoking. Assessment of glucose management is considered to be an effective approach to address varied conditions of DM patients. In other words, the researcher redounds to the benefit of DM patients considering ability to control blood sugar is an important role in having a healthy lifestyle.</p> Amriati Muthmainna Copyright (c) 2018 NHIHC : NANI HASANUDDIN INTERNATIONAL HEALTH CONFERENCE http://jurnal.stikesnh.ac.id/index.php/nhihc/article/view/198 Wed, 31 Oct 2018 00:00:00 +0000 THE EFFECT OF CARING OF NURSE TO MEDICATION ADHERENCE OF TB PATIENT IN THE WORK AREA OF PUBLIC HEALTH CENTER OF MA’RANG IN PANGKEP http://jurnal.stikesnh.ac.id/index.php/nhihc/article/view/159 <p>Background: Tuberculosis (TB) is a disease caused by the bacterium Mycobacterium tuberculosis. This bacterium is able to live for months in a cool and dark place, especially in humid places. TB germs can cause infection in the lungs so that it is called pulmonary tuberculosis. If TB patients do not routinely take medication, treatment must be restarted from the beginning. Objective: The purpose of this study was to determine the relationship of caring nurses to medication adherence in TB patients in the working area of Ma'rang District Health Center Pangkep. Method: This study is a correlative analysis using the Cross-Sectional Study design. The number of samples in this study was 64 respondents using purposive sampling technique in accordance with predetermined sample criteria. Result: Test analysis using Chi-Square Test with an error tolerance of 5% (0.05%). The results showed that 53 respondents (82.8%) out of a total of 64 people said that they treated nurses well, and also 53 respondents (82.8%) were obedient in taking drugs. The results of the statistical analysis showed a caring nurse (p-value 0.002) &lt;α 0.05. Conclusion of this study is that there is a significant relationship between caring nurses to medication adherence in TB patients in the Ma'rang District Health Center work area Pangkep</p> Sriwahyuni, Sri Darmawan Copyright (c) 2018 NHIHC : NANI HASANUDDIN INTERNATIONAL HEALTH CONFERENCE http://jurnal.stikesnh.ac.id/index.php/nhihc/article/view/159 Wed, 31 Oct 2018 00:00:00 +0000 THE RELATION BETWEEN KNOWLEDGE AND ATTITUDE WITH DYSMENORRHEA MANAGEMENT IN SMA NEGERI 1 SUNGGUMINASA, GOWA, INDONESIA http://jurnal.stikesnh.ac.id/index.php/nhihc/article/view/178 <p>Background: Dysmenorrhea is a symptom of recurrence pain during menstrual period experienced by most women. It has a bad effect causing disruption to daily activities due to perceived pain. Handling of dysmenorrhea is the first step in reducing pain felt and increasing comfortable state. Proper handling of dysmenorrhea will prevent or reduce pain. Handling of dysmenorrhea includes mild exercise such as jogging, drinking warm water, soaking both feet into the warm water, apply warm compresses on the stomach, gymnastics for relieving pain menstruation and yoga for reducing menstrual pain. Objective: This study aims to identify the relationship between knowledge and attitudes of Senior High School students in Sungguminasa, Gowa, Indonesia. Method: This study leads in SMA Negeri 1 Sungguminasa especially in 9th grade. This research leads in a descriptive observational using crosssectional approach. This research used 170 selected sampled obtained by using purposive sampling technique based on inclusion criterion. Data collection was performed by using a self-administered questionnaire and statistically analyzed by Chi-square test (α &lt;0.05) to determine the relationship between each variable. Results: of the analysis showed a significant relationship between knowledge with dysmenorrhea management (p = 0.000), and there was no significant relation between attitudes with dysmenorrhea treatment (p = 0.415). Conclusion: in this study confirm that knowledge has a significant and positive correlation with dysmenorrhea management of high school student and generally teenager. Conversely, the attitude has no significant correlation with dysmenorrhea management. The implication of this research in nursing suggesting for increasing the role of the nurse as educators by organizing and implementing educational programs in high school on managing dysmenorrhea.</p> Ernawati Copyright (c) 2018 NHIHC : NANI HASANUDDIN INTERNATIONAL HEALTH CONFERENCE http://jurnal.stikesnh.ac.id/index.php/nhihc/article/view/178 Wed, 31 Oct 2018 00:00:00 +0000 IMPLEMENTING NURSES' PERCEPTION OF THE APPLICATION OF PROFESSIONAL NURSING PRACTICE MODELS IN MAKASSAR CITY HOSPITAL 2018 http://jurnal.stikesnh.ac.id/index.php/nhihc/article/view/168 <p>Background: Nursing management approach and management plan of care are structure aspects and process of Professional Nursing Practice Model (PNPM), which greatly influences the PNPM goals achievement. Objective: To Overview the PNPM implementation based on nursing management approach according to nurse perception in medical and surgical unit of Regional Public Hospital of Makassar City. Method: Descriptive study. Samples consisted of 33 nurses determined by purposive sampling. Result: Nurses are sufficient, plan of care management in Medical Unit is uneffective, in Surgical Unit is effective, pre and post conference are optimal, handover is optimal, nursing documentation understood by nurses. Conclusion: Overview of PNPM implementation based on nursing management approach according to nurse perception in Medical and Surgical Unit of Regional Public Hospital of Makassar City are majority effective/ optimal. Commitment, integration of care system with IT and nurse resource development are needed in unit implementing PNPM.</p> Wilma Copyright (c) 2018 NHIHC : NANI HASANUDDIN INTERNATIONAL HEALTH CONFERENCE http://jurnal.stikesnh.ac.id/index.php/nhihc/article/view/168 Wed, 31 Oct 2018 00:00:00 +0000 THE ECONOMIC IMPACT OF BABIES FEEDING OPTION: A PREDICTIVE LOST POTENTIAL COMPARISON BETWEEN INFANT FORMULA AND BREASTFEEDING http://jurnal.stikesnh.ac.id/index.php/nhihc/article/view/189 <p>Background : The conceptual relationship between economy and breastfeeding is still mathematically invaluable, while the family economic burden increases along with baby born. Indicating potential loss when family choose other than breastmilk is progressive way to manage campaign message toward exclusive breastmilk and prolonged breastfeeding. Objectives: Descriptive studies are needed to magnify all of indicators and transform it into measuring instrument which generalized to assess family expenditures related to infant feeding. Method: This study uses a quantitative descriptive design, questionnaire draft upon qualitative open questions containing all micro indicators impacted financial during the first year of babies. Data collection was carried out in Makassar based on telephone surveys with a 179 preliminary samples. After structural analysis and data reduction, the expenditure indicators divided into medical and non-medical expenses. Result: The study show there are differences in the average amount of family expenses who provide formula milk compared to breastmilk. These outcomes are 1.4 times higher in non-medical components and 4.6 times higher in the medical component. One of the highest contributions is the cost of a recurrent visit to a pediatrician due to a history of diseases such as allergies, respiratory infections, and diarrhea. Conclusion: These empirical facts stated the strong affirmation of how families should consider wiser to choose the best feeding pattern for babies aged 0-12 months.</p> Azniah Syam Copyright (c) 2018 NHIHC : NANI HASANUDDIN INTERNATIONAL HEALTH CONFERENCE http://jurnal.stikesnh.ac.id/index.php/nhihc/article/view/189 Wed, 31 Oct 2018 00:00:00 +0000 ANALYSIS OF NEONATE BATHING BY SOAKING ALONE TO DECREASE THE TEMPERATURE OF INFANTS IN THE PUERPERAL ROOM OF THE POLEWALI MANDAR DISTRICT HOSPITAL IN WEST SULAWESI http://jurnal.stikesnh.ac.id/index.php/nhihc/article/view/175 <p>Background: According to IDHS (2010) the infant mortality rate in Indonesia amounted to 26 per 1000 KH, the country of Malaysia 5.2 per 1000 KH, the country of the Philippines 1.2 per 1000 KH. The neonatal mortality rate due to hypothermia in the world in 2000 was around 420,000 from 3,980,000. Whereas in Indonesia according to RISKESDAS in 2007 the neonatal mortality rate due to hypothermia was around 6.3%. Objective: The technical community bathing the baby can be by the bathing soak and there is also a bath or the heap. Both have different techniques. There is a habit in the community if the baby is sick, the baby is bathed with wipes or was heap because it is considered to prevent excessive heat loss. The general objective of this study was to determine the decrease in the temperature of the baby by taking a bath soak only. Method: used is the quasi-experiment with one group design pre and post-test design. The research subjects were 30 neonates. Results: of the ttest in the soak bath found that there was a significant decrease. The result of decreasing the baby's temperature on the way to bathe the neonate by just washing the was heap is 0.4. Conclusion: that the decrease in the baby's temperature in the bath method is more effective.</p> Lina Fitriani Copyright (c) 2018 NHIHC : NANI HASANUDDIN INTERNATIONAL HEALTH CONFERENCE http://jurnal.stikesnh.ac.id/index.php/nhihc/article/view/175 Wed, 31 Oct 2018 00:00:00 +0000 THE EFFECT OF WOMEN'S PREMENOPAUSE EDUCATION ABOUT MENOPAUSE PERIOD IN PAKATTO CADDI DUSUN PAKATTO VILLAGE http://jurnal.stikesnh.ac.id/index.php/nhihc/article/view/304 <p>Background: According to the World Health Organization, the World Health Organization (WHO) premenopausal syndrome and menopause are experienced by many women throughout the world. About 70-80% of European women.60% in America.57% in Malaysia.18% in China and 10% in Japan and Indonesia. The most reported symptoms were 40% feeling hot plush, 38% having difficulty falling asleep, 37% experiencing fatigue at work, 35% often forgetting, 33% irritability, 26% having pain in the joints and feeling excessive headaches (Haeriah et al, 2015). In Indonesia, according to data from the Central Statistics Agency (BPS) with population projections in 2008. Objective: The purpose of this study is to find out the effect of the education of premenopausal women on menopause at Pakatto Caddi Village, Pakatto Village. Method: The method used is descriptive with cross-sectional design. Subjects were 60 premenopausal women. Result: After the Chi-square statistical test was obtained the significance value ρ = 0.018 &lt;ɑ 0.05. So Ha is accepted and H0 is rejected, which means there is an influence of education and knowledge of premenopausal women about menopause at Pakatto Caddi Village, Pakatto Village. Conclusion: Education about the menopause has a huge effect on premenopausal women. The need for health education about menopause for premenopausal women in order to be able to prepare themselves for menopause.</p> Uliarta Marbun Copyright (c) 2018 NHIHC : NANI HASANUDDIN INTERNATIONAL HEALTH CONFERENCE http://jurnal.stikesnh.ac.id/index.php/nhihc/article/view/304 Wed, 31 Oct 2018 00:00:00 +0000 UTILIZATION OF RED ONION (Allium Cepa. L) WASTE AS GEL HAND SANITIZER http://jurnal.stikesnh.ac.id/index.php/nhihc/article/view/166 <p>Background: The increased health problems caused by microorganisms at the hands, hand sanitizer gel as the way out to maintained health and hand hygiene because it is more practical and easy to carry. Objective: The purpose of this study was to make formulations of gel with physically stable and had inhibitory activity against the Staphylococcus aureus bacteria. Method: In this study, three formulations were made with a ratio of Hydroxyethylcellulose 0.5% (F1), 1% (F2) and 2% (F3) then physical stability testing included organoleptic, homogeneity, pH and dispersion before and after accelerated storage, then antimicrobial activity by sump method. Result: Organoleptic test showed there is no color, smell and texture changes. The results of the homogeneity test, formula with a concentration of Hydroxyethylcellulose 1% and 2% is homogeneous. The pH test results showed that the gel preparation did not change pH. Dispersing test showed concentration hydroxyethyl cellulose 1% has the highest dispersion value. but statistical paired T-test results showed that the dispersion before and after storage was accelerated significantly different 0.043 (p &lt;0.05), but still in accordance with the range of dispersion specifications for a good semisolid preparation. The MIC test results showed Formulation F1, F2 and F3 ethanol extract red onion skin gel is a strong inhibitory effect, ethanol extract of red onion skin gel F1 inhibitory zone is 16mm, F2 and F3 had the same inhibitory zone is 14.33. Conclusion: It can be concluded F2 has the best physical stability, but F1 is the most effective to inhibit Staphylococcus aureus.</p> Jumasni Adnan, Yusnita Usman Copyright (c) 2018 NHIHC : NANI HASANUDDIN INTERNATIONAL HEALTH CONFERENCE http://jurnal.stikesnh.ac.id/index.php/nhihc/article/view/166 Wed, 31 Oct 2018 00:00:00 +0000 56 EFFECT OF LIFESTYLE ON EARLY DETECTION OF CERAMIC CANCER IN FERTILIZER AGE WOMEN IN PALLANGGA HEALTH CENTER WORKING AREA GOWA DISTRICT http://jurnal.stikesnh.ac.id/index.php/nhihc/article/view/187 <p>Background: Lifestyle is a way for every individual to spend their time that is considered important in their life in women of childbearing age must focus more on paying attention to health, especially in the reproductive system because in this period women span problems such as cervical cancer due to the presence of primary malignant neoplasms in the cervical area of the uterus so that supervision and examination need to be done as early as possible. Objective: The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of lifestyle on early detection of cervical cancer in women of childbearing age. Method: this research held from February to March 2017 with analytical descriptive methods. The population was 42 people using the Accidental Sampling technique as many as 30 respondents. Results: showed that there was an influence between lifestyle on early detection of cervical cancer using the TTest 1.625&gt; 1.291. Conclusion: There is a lifestyle influence on early detection of cervical cancer in women of childbearing age in the pallangga puskesmas work area of Gowa district. In order to detect cervical cancer as early as possible by improving lifestyle.</p> Jamila Kasim Copyright (c) 2018 NHIHC : NANI HASANUDDIN INTERNATIONAL HEALTH CONFERENCE http://jurnal.stikesnh.ac.id/index.php/nhihc/article/view/187 Wed, 31 Oct 2018 00:00:00 +0000 THE COMMITMENT OF THE HEAD NURSES: STAFF NURSES’ PERCEPTION IN HASANUDDIN UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL MAKASSAR http://jurnal.stikesnh.ac.id/index.php/nhihc/article/view/173 <p>Background: Commitment covers 'behavioral terminology', illustrates that action implies commitment. Commitment of superiors can be seen, felt, and assessed by subordinates. Objective: This study aims to determine the description of Head Nurses commitment according to perception of staff nurses in Hasanuddin University Hospital of Makassar. Method: This study uses survey methods. The number of samples was 36 nurses consisting of team leaders and nurses provider. Sampling using stratified random technique. Data collection through a questionnaire and analyzed by univariate. Result : This study showed most of the Head Nurses, 19 respondents (52.8%), were considered to have positive/ good commitment to the organization perceived by nurses they led, while 9 respondents (25.0%) perceived strong positive. Only 8 respondents (22.2%) perceived negative/ lack of commitment. Affective bond (emotional) or affective commitment is the strongest tie bind the Head Nurses, followed by the obligation bond (normative commitment). Conclusion : There is no financial bond (continuance commitment) that strengthens the commitment. Head Nurses need to be motivated at any time to demonstrate their commitment to the staff nurses. It is important for the organization of the Hasanuddin University Hospital in Makassar to invest in actions that can increase the worker's attachment, in this case commitment of the Head Nurse, especially financial (continuance commitment).</p> Ireni Siampa Copyright (c) 2018 NHIHC : NANI HASANUDDIN INTERNATIONAL HEALTH CONFERENCE http://jurnal.stikesnh.ac.id/index.php/nhihc/article/view/173 Wed, 31 Oct 2018 00:00:00 +0000 THE EFFECT OF GIVING CELERY LEAVES JUICE ON THE REDUCTION OF BLOOD PRESSURE TO HYPERTENSION PATIENTS IN THE PUBLIC HEALTH CENTER IN PACCERAKANG MAKASSAR http://jurnal.stikesnh.ac.id/index.php/nhihc/article/view/234 <p>Background: long-term consumption of medicine to control blood pressure makes sufferers worry of side effect. So, using an alternative treatment becomes the option for some patient to treat hypertension. Some of the non-pharmacological alternatives treatments are celery leaves, watermelon, star fruit, and others. Objective: The aim of this research is to find out to of celery leaves in the public health center in Paccerakang Makassar. Methods: The type of research is pre-experimental (two-group pretest-posttest design). The purposive sampling technique used to obtain 15 samples according to inclusion criteria. The data collection was done by using the blood pressure device (sphygmomanometer) and observation sheets. The population is hypertension patients in the public health center in Paccerakang Makassar was 42 people with total samples by 15 people. The sampling technique used is non-probability sampling with method purposive sampling is a sampling technique with the chosen sample between population agree with desire researcher (aim and problem in research) until this sample can represent characteristic population has been familiar before. Results: And the samples have been tested by using t- no paired statistical test with an alternative Mann- Whitney test with a value of p: 0,015&lt;0,05 for blood pressure distilled and systole before giving celery leaves. And after celery leaves treatment the result value of p: 0,042&lt;0,05 for blood pressure distilled and systole blood pressure. Conclusions: The conclusion of this research is there is effect significant in blood pressure reduction after giving celery leaves treatment to hypertension patients. The respondents are expected to use this celery leaves treatment as an alternative for reducing blood pressure in their everyday life.</p> Junaiddin Copyright (c) 2018 NHIHC : NANI HASANUDDIN INTERNATIONAL HEALTH CONFERENCE http://jurnal.stikesnh.ac.id/index.php/nhihc/article/view/234 Wed, 31 Oct 2018 00:00:00 +0000 FACTORS RELATED TO THE INDEPENDENCE OF ELDERLY IN DOING DAILING ACTIVITIES IN THE WORKING AREA OF WATAMPONE PUBLIC HEALTH CENTER BONE DISTRICT 2018 http://jurnal.stikesnh.ac.id/index.php/nhihc/article/view/164 <p>Background: Independence in the elderly is assessed from the ability to carry out daily activities independently. The emergence of dependency in carrying out daily activities in the elderly can be caused by several causes such as age, physiological health, cognitive function, psychosocial function, mental status, stress level, and health services. The dependence of the elderly on other people around them will make the elderly feel useless and limited in their activities so that it will bring a mental burden to the elderly (Nugroho, 2008). Objective: The purpose of this study was to identify factors related to elderly independence in conducting daily living (ADL) activities in the Awangpone health center in Bone District 2018. Methods: The study was an analytical survey using a cross-sectional approach, with a total sample of 135 respondents using the proportionate stratified random sampling technique. The research instrument was a questionnaire with chi-square analysis. Results: There is a relationship between the cognitive function of the elderly with the independence of the elderly p-value (0.012 &lt;0.05), there is a significant relationship between mental status with elderly independence p-value (0.023 &lt;0.05) and there is a significant relationship between the level of stress with independence p-value (0.015 &lt;0.05). There is a significant relationship between cognitive function, mental status and stress level with elderly independence in the Awangpone Health Center Work Area of Bone 2018 District. Conclusion: From the results of this study there is a relationship of cognitive function, mental status and stress level with elderly independence in conducting daily living activities. Elderly need adequate facilities in carrying out daily activities.</p> Irawati, A. Artifasari Copyright (c) 2018 NHIHC : NANI HASANUDDIN INTERNATIONAL HEALTH CONFERENCE http://jurnal.stikesnh.ac.id/index.php/nhihc/article/view/164 Wed, 31 Oct 2018 00:00:00 +0000 RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN MOTHER'S KNOWLEDGE AND READINESS IN FACING THE LABOR IN HEALTH CENTER LAU DISTRICT MAROS http://jurnal.stikesnh.ac.id/index.php/nhihc/article/view/185 <p>Background: Childbirth is a process of fetal expenditure that occurs in sufficient months of pregnancy (37-42 weeks), in the face of labor cannot be separated from the readiness of the mother in the face of childbirth. Mothers who have a good attitude about childbirth will maintain their pregnancy and prepare what is needed to deal with childbirth. Lack of knowledge of readiness to be faced during labor can lead to anxiety and fear so that it can complicate labor. Objective: The purpose of this study was to determine the relationship between maternal knowledge and readiness in childbirth at the Lau Maros Health Center. Method: The type of research used was descriptive observational with cross sectional approach. Sample technique used with accidental sampling technique according to the target population, namely third-trimester pregnant women who came to visit in June - July 2018 period. Data collection method using a questionnaire. The research subjects used were maternity mothers and third-trimester mothers as many as 35 respondents. Results: Based on the results of the chi-square test, P value 0.01 is smaller than α 0.05 so that there is a relationship between the knowledge of third-trimester pregnant women with readiness to face childbirth. Conclusion: the better the knowledge of pregnant women, the more ready to face childbirth so that complications arising from anxiety due to labor can be minimized. The need to educate pregnant women about pregnancy so that mothers are better prepared for childbirth.</p> Irnawati Copyright (c) 2018 NHIHC : NANI HASANUDDIN INTERNATIONAL HEALTH CONFERENCE http://jurnal.stikesnh.ac.id/index.php/nhihc/article/view/185 Wed, 31 Oct 2018 00:00:00 +0000 POSITIVE DEVIANCE ON TODDLERS AT AGE 12-36 MONTHS IN BONTO RAMBA, TAMALANREA DISTRICT, MAKASSAR CITY http://jurnal.stikesnh.ac.id/index.php/nhihc/article/view/171 <p>Background The fulfillment of nutrition on children under five years old is a factor that needs to be considered in taking a core of health because the toddler period is a development period of the susceptible to their nutritional. Objective: This study aims to get and analyze the information about positive deviance on toddlers at age 12-36 months in Bonto Ramba, Tamalanrea District, Makassar City. Method: This research using qualitative method with phenomenology approach by interviewing deeply in addition, the research subject was several informants consisting of parent, community health workers, and local officials. Furthermore, the total sampling technique was used by the researcher. Results: show that there are positive deviances in Eating habits: the informants keep giving breastmilk &gt; 1 year and selecting the menu nutrition that fulfills the content of nutrients with the utilization of cheap local food but still have high nutritional value. Conclusion: Parenting habits: create a relaxed and fun atmosphere, persuade and accompany while telling a story with a child and provide vitamins when children lose their appetite. Hygiene habits: Knowledge gained by mothers directly applied to the child applying the standard of cleanliness. As well as on Health Services: parents or mothers bring their children diligently to subunit community health for monitor their children‟s growth and development, and then bring the children to community health service if they have health problems.</p> Indra Dewi Copyright (c) 2018 NHIHC : NANI HASANUDDIN INTERNATIONAL HEALTH CONFERENCE http://jurnal.stikesnh.ac.id/index.php/nhihc/article/view/171 Wed, 31 Oct 2018 00:00:00 +0000 CONTRIBUTABLE FACTORS TOWARDS ANEMIA http://jurnal.stikesnh.ac.id/index.php/nhihc/article/view/205 <p>Background: Anemia is a major health problem in developing countries with high levels of morbidity occurred in pregnant women. It is happened to be a potential loss in developing a healthy term infant in the first trimester. Several related risk factor in mother such age, parity, nutritional state, and antenatal care visit contribute to lower incidence of this case. Objective: Therefore this research aimed to determine whether this four contribute factors most related to the prevalence of anemia. Method: The study conducted in local Primary Health Care Clinic in District of Watampone during April – August 2017. Involving 203 pregnant mothers selected purposively during antenatal care visit during in the same period. Using the chi-square test to analyses all the related variable (CI 95%, p-value &lt; 0.05). Result: Among all four variable, the result shows that Age (p-value 0.001) and nutritional state during pregnancy (p-value: 0.001) are two most significant compared to other two variable including parity (p-value: 0,011) and antenatal care visit (p-value: 0.013). Conclusion: According to the results of the analysis, it is necessary to monitor the nutritional status specifically at pregnant mothers who spanned the age at high risk, in order to undergo a period of safe conception. As recommendations on clinical preventive services of women of childbearing age, need to improve the promotion of the use of contraceptives for women at that age have not been categorized as safe for pregnant and give birth.</p> Musni, St. Malka Copyright (c) 2018 NHIHC : NANI HASANUDDIN INTERNATIONAL HEALTH CONFERENCE http://jurnal.stikesnh.ac.id/index.php/nhihc/article/view/205 Wed, 31 Oct 2018 00:00:00 +0000 ANALYSIS OF EARLY MOTIVATION DIFFERENCES WITH A MOTIVATION AFTER THROUGH THE PROCESS OF STUDENTS CHOOSING NURSING AS A PROFESSION http://jurnal.stikesnh.ac.id/index.php/nhihc/article/view/161 <p>Background: Motivation is defined as the reason underlying an act committed by an individual. Someone said to have high motivation means that the person has a strong foundation to achieve what he wants by doing the job. Objective. This study aims to find out the differences in students' motivation when they first choose nursing as a profession and after going through the nursing education process in Makassar City. Method: This study is a study that uses retrospective longitudinal studies. This research was conducted in Makassar City in November 2017. The population in this study were students who were registered in the nursing department in Makassar City. Samples were taken as many as 52 students majoring in final semester nursing. Sampling using stratified techniques. Data collection using a questionnaire. Data were analyzed through McNemar Test. Results: of indicating motivation p = 0,000, which meant that there were significant differences in motivation after students followed the process of motivational nursing education. Conclusion: Student motivation when they choose to nurse as a profession changes positively after undergoing a process in nursing education. It is expected that every private and state educational institution, both private and state, can maintain this motivation so that it always increases by entering the education stage, psycho text tests, in-depth interviews, and measuring student motivation while the institutional process can involve students in nursing seminars.</p> Fatimah Copyright (c) 2018 NHIHC : NANI HASANUDDIN INTERNATIONAL HEALTH CONFERENCE http://jurnal.stikesnh.ac.id/index.php/nhihc/article/view/161 Wed, 31 Oct 2018 00:00:00 +0000 ENACTMENT TO REDUCE THE RISK OF DISEASE TRANSMISSION BASED ON NURSES COMMITMENT IN THE HOSPITAL http://jurnal.stikesnh.ac.id/index.php/nhihc/article/view/183 <p>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 = &lt;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.</p> Suarninati Copyright (c) 2018 NHIHC : NANI HASANUDDIN INTERNATIONAL HEALTH CONFERENCE http://jurnal.stikesnh.ac.id/index.php/nhihc/article/view/183 Wed, 31 Oct 2018 00:00:00 +0000 THE ALTERNATIVE SOURCE OF RAW MATERIALS OF THE TYPHOID MEDICINAL FROM NONI (MORINDA CITRIFOLIA L.) LEAF HERBS AGAINST THE GROWTH OF SALMONELLA SP BACTERIA http://jurnal.stikesnh.ac.id/index.php/nhihc/article/view/169 <p>Background: Noni (Morinda citrifolia L) is a plant that has long been used by people as a food ingredient as well as medicine. One part from a plant of noni (Morinda citrifolia L) can be used as a medicine is a leaf. Plants are used as herbal medicines because they contain chemical compounds which have biological activity (bioactive substances). Biologically active compounds are secondary metabolites which include alkaloids, terpenoids, flavonoids, tannins, saponins, and others. Objective: This study aims to find out whether noni leaves (Morinda citrifolia L) contain active compounds as bactericides against Salmonella sp. Method: This study is a direct observation in the laboratory with stages covering. Extraction of Noni leaf active compound, antibacterial activity test, identification of noni leaf extract, then data analysis. Results of this study showed that the ethanol extract of noni leaves (Morinda citrifolia L) contained flavonoids with Rf value of 0.89, alkaloids with Rf values of 0.30, saponins with Rf values of 0.78, and tannins with Rf values of 0.60 while UV-Vis spectrophotometry method with a concentration of 20ppm with an absorbent value of 0.149, a concentration of 40ppm with an absorbent value of 0.214, a concentration of 60ppm with an absorbent value of 0.306, a concentration of 80ppm with an absorbent value of 0.395 and a concentration of 100ppm with an absorbent value of 0.480. Conclusion: From the results of the research that has been done, it can be concluded that the leaves of mango leaves (Morinda citrifolia L) contain active bactericidal compounds namely flavonoids, alkaloids, saponins and tannins</p> Ferna Indrayani, Resky Yalatri Wirastuthy, Muthmainna B Copyright (c) 2018 NHIHC : NANI HASANUDDIN INTERNATIONAL HEALTH CONFERENCE http://jurnal.stikesnh.ac.id/index.php/nhihc/article/view/169 Wed, 31 Oct 2018 00:00:00 +0000 FACTORS THAT INFLUENCE MATERNAL PERCEPTION ABOUT EXCLUSIVE BREASTFEEDING AT THE PAMPANG PUBLIC HEALTH CENTER IN MAKASSAR CITY http://jurnal.stikesnh.ac.id/index.php/nhihc/article/view/190 <p>Background: Exclusive breastfeeding is the most effective intervention to prevent child mortality, but according to the Demographic Health Survey exclusive breastfeeding rates have declined over the past decade. Today, only one-third of Indonesia's population exclusively breastfeed their children in the first six months. Objective: The objective of this research is to identify ages, educational level, knowledge, and environment that affects maternal' perception about breastfeeding exclusively. Method: It is descriptive with crosssectional approach; the population of research was all breastfeeding mother who visiting the public health center as many 107 respondents as collected from the clients by using questionnaire. The sampling uses accidental sampling. The data were analyzed by using the chi-square test with a significance level of α &lt; 0,05. Results showed that there was an effect of maternal perception on exclusive breastfeeding with p = 0,02, there is an influence of education about exclusive breastfeeding with p = 0,02, there is an influence of knowledge about exclusive breastfeeding with p = 0,00 and there is an influence of environment about exclusive breastfeeding with p = 0.03. Conclusion: based on the results of the above study it can be concluded that all the variables studied have an influence on the mother's perception of exclusive breastfeeding, but the most significant effect is mother's knowledge. Expected to health workers to increase maternal knowledge about exclusive breastfeeding through counseling so that mothers can apply exclusive breastfeeding.</p> Syaipuddin Copyright (c) 2018 NHIHC : NANI HASANUDDIN INTERNATIONAL HEALTH CONFERENCE http://jurnal.stikesnh.ac.id/index.php/nhihc/article/view/190 Wed, 31 Oct 2018 00:00:00 +0000