Intervensi Resiliensi Menurunkan Tingkat Stres Pasien Komorbid di Masa Pandemi COVID 19

Tantri Widyarti Utami(1*), Yunani Sri Astuti(2), Agustina Agustina(3), Livana PH(4)


(1) Program Studi Keperawatan Bogor, Poltekkes Kemenkes Bandung
(2) Program Studi Keperawatan Bogor, Poltekkes Kemenkes Bandung
(3) Program Studi Keperawatan Bogor, Poltekkes Kemenkes Bandung
(4) Program Studi Sarejana Keperawatan dan Profesi Ners, Sekolah Tinggi Ilmu Kesehatan Kendal
(*) Corresponding Author

Abstract


Pandemi COVID-19  berdampak serius pada individu di seluruh dunia. Pada kondisi ini berbagai masalah psikologis muncul salah satunya adalah stres yang berdampak terhadap penurunan aktifitas fisik ,fungsi tubuh ,  persepsi tentang kesehatan dan kualitas hidup yang yang buruk, resiko  kematian. Stres karena pandemi COVID 19 sangat dirasakan terutama pada pasien komorbid. Tujuan penelitian ini menganalisis pengaruh intervensi resiliensi terhadap tingkat stres pasien komorbid di masa  pandemi COVID-19. Desain penelitian ini adalah ”Quasi experimental pre-post test with control group” dengan intervensi resiliensi .   Responden  penelitian ini   pasien hipertensi dan diabetes mellitus yang mengalami stres berdasarkan perceived stres scale 10 . Penelitian ini telah dilakukan di provinsi Jawa barat dan Jawa tengah. Jumlah responden sebanyak 90 orang. Menggunakan purposive sampling. Analisis data yang digunakan independent samples  t test dan paired samples t test.  Hasil penelitian didapatkan adanya penurunan tingkat stres  pasien komorbid  setelah intervensi resiliensi  (p-value= 0,004). Rekomendasi penelitian  ini diharapkan pentingnya intervensi psikososial untuk mengatasi masalah kesehatan jiwa pasien komorbid.


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intervensi resiliensi; pandemi COVID-19; pasien komorbid; stres

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