Hubungan Supervisi dan Motivasi Dengan Kinerja Perawat Dalam Pemenuhan Kebutuhan Personal Hygiene Pasien

Widiawati, Susi and Kalpataria, Winda and Maylina Sari, Rian (2018) Hubungan Supervisi dan Motivasi Dengan Kinerja Perawat Dalam Pemenuhan Kebutuhan Personal Hygiene Pasien. Riset Ilmu Kesehatan, 7 (2). pp. 160-165.

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Background: The role of nurses in providing services is one of which is personal hygiene aimed at the comfort and cleanliness of patients while being treated. This is supported by supervision and motivation contained in the performance. Fulfillment of personal hygiene has not run optimally in accordance with existing SOPs, because supervision has not been maximized and when nurses conduct personal hygiene the nurses do not fully understand the procedures according to the SOP. This study aims to determine the relationship of supervision and motivation with nurse performance in meeting the personal hygiene needs of patients in the Nursing Room.
Method: Quantitative research with cross sectional approach, the sample is the executive
nurse in the Surgical Room, total sampling technique with 38 nurses implementing,
collecting data using a questionnaire. Data were analyzed by univariate and bivariate tests
using the chi-square statistical test.
Result:: The results of the univariate analysis found that most of the 22 (57.9%) respondents had good performance, 26 (68.4%) respondents said that supervision went well, and 24 (63.2%) respondents had high motivation towards meeting needs patient personal hygiene. The results of bivariate analysis have a significant relationship between supervision and nurse performance p-value 0.002 <0.05, and there is a significant relationship between motivation and nurse performance p-value 0.002 <0.05.
Conclusion: Meeting the needs of personal hygiene of patients is supported by supervision by the head of Runagan and maximum motivation by the nurse nurses

Keywords: supervision, motivation, nurses’ performance, personal hygiene.

Item Type: Article
Subjects: R Medicine > RT Nursing
Divisions: Faculty of Medicine, Health and Life Sciences > School of Medicine
Depositing User: Fitri perpus fitriyani
Date Deposited: 04 Jan 2023 08:15
Last Modified: 04 Jan 2023 08:15

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