PENGALAMAN KEKERASAN PADA PERAWAT INSTALASI GAWAT DARURAT
AbstractABSTRAK Pendahuluan: Hasil wawancara peneliti dengan lima perawat Instalasi Gawat Darurat menunjukkanÂ semuaÂ perawatÂ mengatakan pernahÂ mengalamiÂ kekerasan secaraÂ verbalÂ dariÂ pasienÂ maupunÂ perawat.Â PenelitianÂ iniÂ untukÂ mendapatkan gambaranÂ pengalaman kekerasanÂ danÂ caraÂ perawat menyikapiÂ tindakÂ kekerasan yangÂ terjadi. Metode: PenelitianÂ iniÂ menggunakanÂ metodeÂ kualitatif fenomenologiÂ denganÂ teknik in-depthÂ interview danÂ sampelÂ dipilihÂ dengan menggunakanÂ metode purposiveÂ sampling sampai Â dataÂ yangÂ didapatkanÂ jenuh. AnalisisÂ yangÂ digunakanÂ adalahÂ analisisÂ menurutÂ ColaizziÂ (1978). Hasil: PenelitianÂ iniÂ mempunyaiÂ enamÂ temaÂ yaituÂ PelakuÂ verbal Bullying terhadap perawat,Â ekspektasiÂ orangÂ lainÂ yangÂ tidakÂ dapatÂ dipenuhiÂ olehÂ perawat, mekanismeÂ kopingÂ yangÂ dilakukanÂ perawatÂ saatÂ menghadapiÂ tindakÂ kekerasan, dukungan yang didapatkan perawatÂ saat menghadapi tindakan kekerasan, respon perawatÂ terhadapÂ tindakanÂ keker asan,Â presepsiÂ perawatÂ terhadapÂ tindakan kekerasan. Diskusi: PenelitianÂ iniÂ perluÂ sikapÂ danÂ tanggapanÂ yangÂ positifÂ dari perawatÂ danÂ institusiÂ rumahÂ sakitÂ terhadapÂ perilaku bullying diÂ ruangÂ Instalasi. ABSTRACT Introduction: The resultÂ of researchÂ interviews withÂ five emergencyÂ department nurses showedÂ all the nursesÂ saidÂ they hadÂ beenÂ verbalÂ bullyingÂ andÂ thereÂ was one nurse who had experienced physical violence from patients andÂ nurses. The purposeÂ ofÂ this study to get anÂ overviewÂ ofÂ theÂ experience of violence and how nursesÂ addressÂ theÂ violence. Method: ThisÂ studyÂ usedÂ qualitativeÂ methods phenomenologyÂ withÂ in-depthÂ interviewÂ techniqueÂ andÂ theÂ sampleÂ wasÂ selected usingÂ purposiveÂ sampling method to dataÂ obtainedÂ saturated.Â AnalysisÂ usedÂ the analysisÂ byÂ ColaizziÂ (1978). Results: ThisÂ researchÂ hasÂ sixÂ themes,Â namely Perpetrators of verbal bullying against nurses, the expectations of others that can not be filled by nurses, coping mechanisms do nurses in the face of violence, the support obtained nurse in the face of violence,Â theÂ response of nursesÂ to acts of violence, the perception of nurses against acts of violence. Discussion: from this researchÂ should beÂ the attitude andÂ positive responsesÂ fromÂ nurses and hospital institutions against bullying behavior in the emergency room.
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