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INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PHARMACEUTICAL RESEARCH

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CARING BEHAVIOR OF INDONESIAN NURSES TOWARDS AN ENHANCED NURSING PRACTICE INDONESIA YEAR 2018

Author: MESTIANA KARO, E BAUA
Abstract: Nursing is the study of the human science of persons and human health-illness and their experiences that are mediated by professional, personal, scientific, aesthetic, and ethical human care transactions. Humanistic caring has long as been studied in nursing since it was introduced by Watson in the history of the nursing. This study aimed to determine the caring behaviors of Indonesian nurses (CBIN) at hospitals in Indonesia. A CBINT was developed in order to provide Indonesian Nurses a tool specifically tailored to measure their CB. Using a fourth-phase approach, the researcher first gathered qualitative data by interview. (Phase 1); and used the qualitative data to construct the caring behavior instrument (Phase 2); the caring behavior tool which was subsequently administered to a sample population was conducted then (Phase 3); the developed tool was administered to 500 nurses (Phase 4). Considering the two phases: the qualitative data were collected and analyzed informed by using thematic analysis. For the quantitative data; 1) Frequency and percentage were utilized for the analysis of the participants profile; 2) Total score was used to analyze the extent of Caring Behaviors of Indonesian Nurses; 3) T-test and ANOVA was utilized to determine the significant difference in the extent of caring behaviors when grouped according to the participants profile variable.The participants of this study were selected registered nurses from five seasoned hospitals in Indonesia specifically in North Sumatra, South Sulawesi, Central Java, West Kalimantan (Borneo) and East Nusa Tenggara. All the hospitals were composed of nurses who have nursing licenses and have experienced working in the hospital for three (3) years. The researcher interviewed 25 nurses from the different hospitals to get the qualitative data. There were 500 nurses who responded the Caring Behavior of Indonesian Nurses Tool (CBINT). Inclusion criteria to determine the participants included: male or female Indonesian nurses, diploma or BSN graduates; nurses from the 5 islands of Indonesia; at least with one year or more experience as nurse; nurses working in private/ government hospitals; nurses working in the 5 areas in Medical, Surgical, Gynecology & Obstetrics, and Pediatrics department.This study was conducted in April-July 2018. The sampling technique used was purposive sampling based on the inclusion criteria that was determined by the amount of sample 500 people.Based on the T-test and ANOVA There is no significant difference in the extent to which the caring behaviors are manifested when grouped according to profile variables.The CBIN is high but need some enhancement to be able to enhance their nursing practice. The CBIN is affected by their personal communication issue, the patients issue of treatment and financial. The nursing practice can be improved through the CB enhancement program.
Keyword: Nursing, Caring, Caring Behavior, Nursing Practice, Nursing, Caring, Caring Behavior, Nursing Practice, CBINT.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.31838/ijpr/2019.11.01.043
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