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Original Research Article

Year: 2019 | Month: January-March | Volume: 4 | Issue: 1 | Pages: 27-36

Analysis of the Factors Affecting Nurse Compliance to Gived Medicine with Procedural at Yowari Public Hospital Sub Province Jayapura

Noferida A. Sada1, A.L. Rantetampang2, Yermia Msen3 and Anwar Mallongi4

1Magister Program of Public Health, Faculty of Public Health, Cenderawasih University, Jayapura.
2,3Lecturer of Postgraduate Program. Faculty of Public Health, Cenderawasih University, Jayapura
4Environmental Health Department, Faculty of Public Health, Hasanuddin University, Makassar

Corresponding Author: Noferida A. Sada


Background: Nurse as the provider of nursing services is one of the activities carried out, namely drug administration which is basically a collaboration between doctors, pharmacists and nurses. Nurses who provide drugs to patients are expected to have basic abilities regarding drugs and principles in drug administration, namely the principle of 6 right, namely true patients, correct medication, correct dosage, correct route, correct time and correct documentation, so that nurses are expected to comply within principles of drug administration.
Research objectives: factors that influence nurse adherence in the principle of drug administration in Yowari District Hospital Jayapura Regency
Research Method: Analytical cross sectional study design. The population was 163 nurses who served in the inpatient room as a sample with total sampling. Data were obtained using questionnaires and analyzed using chi square test and logistic binary regression.
The results of the study: Factors that have no effect on the principle adherence of drug administration at Yowari Regional General Hospital are age (ρ-value = 0.095; RP = 0.689; CI95% = (0.476 - 0.997), nurse education (ρ-value = 0.054; RP = 0.639; CI95% = (0,440 - 0,928) and the gender of the nurse (ρ-value = 0,475RP = 0,839; CI95% = (0,564 - 1,250). While the factors that influence the adherence to the principle of drug administration in Yowari Regional General Hospital are years of service (ρ-value = 0.009 RP = 1.875; CI95% = (1,149 - 3,063), knowledge (ρ-value = 0,931 Rp: 1,058; CI95% = (0,702 - 1,596), attitude (ρ-value = 0,000; Rp 2,194; CI95% = ( 1,558 - 3,095), supervision of the head of the room (ρ-value = 0,000; RP = 10,548; CI95% = (4,834 - 23,018), punishment (ρ-value = 0,000 RP = 2,123; CI95% = (1,442 - 3,123). Factor dominant of Nurse compliance in the true principle of drug administration is supervision of the head of the room (p-value = 0,000; RP = 41,202 (15,504 - 109,494).

Keywords: Compliance, Principles of Giving Medicine, Nurses

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