Hubungan Aplikasi Caring dengan Asuhan Keperawatan Klien dengan Halusinasi Dengar di Rumah Sakit Jiwa Soeharto Heerdjan

Heni Nurhaeni • Ani Nuraeni • Reni Chairani • Srining Rahayu • Meinita Ramli 2 more
Journal article Buletin Penelitian Sistem Kesehatan • April 2009 Indonesia

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Background: Nursing practices contain ethical assumptions and concepts embedded in the assumptions and principles of the theory that guide nurses thinking and actions. In nursing practices are called upon for their expert ethical knowledged to formulate policies and provide counsel for what are deemed to be ethical dilemmas. The origin of ethical dilemma on tile psychiatric patient is paternalistic patterns. Paternalistic practices, where in providers confer a treatment or service upon a person or persons without their consent, ostensibly by reason of their limited autonomy or diminished capacity, are common in the psychiatric nursing. Objective: Nursing contributes critical self-decision regarding the auditory hallucination patients, but looks on when ethical analysis is needed. What implications does this have for nursing? What does it related to practice for caring in nursing ethically? How are the caring philosophical underpinnings of nursing ethics? Methods: The study design was a quasi experiment that aims to examine the influences of nursing care on the self-decision making among the auditory hallucination patient using caring perspectives at Soeharto Heerdjan Hospital, Jakarta. Twenty three clients with auditory hallucination were chosen. To examine the influences of nursing intervention on the self-decision making among the auditory hallucination patient, multiple linear regressions was used. Results: The correlation analysis at a= 0 05 showed that ethical aspects (p = 0.030; OR= 2.683; Cl 95% 1.101-6.538) had significant relationship with self-decision making among the auditory hallucination patient. Conclusion: The use of caring in professional nursing practice is important. Ethnical aspect in the nursing care can support the auditory hallucination patient increasing his or herself-decision making Key words: caring, legal and ethical aspects, self-decision making, auditory hallucination patient




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