10Aug 2019

ANALYSIS OF FACTORS ADHERENCE TO SAFE INJECTION PRACTICE PROCEDRUES AMONG NURSES HEALTHCARE CENTER QATAR.

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Introduction:Injection practices was common medical procedure done by nurses according doctor?s prescription. In nursing process, injection practice is part of nursing intervention, but injection practices was risky for the health care workers. Mandal J., (2013) reported needle stick injury was happened to the nurses, 18% due disposal of the needle, and 15% while draw the blood for laboratory study. According Strank, J., (2013) adherence to the work procedure influence by behavior factors, component the behavior ass follow: 1. attitude; 2. motivation; 3. perception; 4. memory of procedure; 5. individual characteristics; and 6. social background. Based on the theory of Lawrence Green cited behavior influence by 3 factors: 1. Predisposition factors; 2. Enabling factor; 3. Reinforcing factor. Aim of research: of the research were to finding out of the factors influence of adherence to safe injection practice among the nurses at healthcare center X Qatar. Method: Type of the research was observational analytic quantities of the analytic description, using cross sectional approach. 9 variable latent with 56 variable indicator. Size of sample were 114 nurses. Data analytic with using PLS-SEM. Result: T-statistic value on variable culture 2.94; environment 1.99; work procedure 3.81 and supervisory 3.10. T-statistic of Individual characteristic, work facility, attitude, and knowledge bellow 1.96. R2 variable adherence were showed 96.05% with Q2 87.07%. Conclusion: culture, environment, work procedure and supervisory influenced of the adherence safe injection practice among the nurses. (96.05%) variable independent influence of the adherence safe injection practice among the nurses, within 87.07% showed good predicted.


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[Sobur Setiaman, Kohar Sulistyadi and Syahfirin Abdullah. (2019); ANALYSIS OF FACTORS ADHERENCE TO SAFE INJECTION PRACTICE PROCEDRUES AMONG NURSES HEALTHCARE CENTER QATAR. Int. J. of Adv. Res. 7 (8). 295-304] (ISSN 2320-5407). www.journalijar.com


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Post Graduate School, Sahid University Jakarta, Indonesia

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Article DOI: 10.21474/IJAR01/9502       DOI URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.21474/IJAR01/9502


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