FAMILY AWARENESS AND WILLINGNESS TO ACCEPT DISCHARGE PLANNING ACCORDING TO NURSING ADVOCACY PROGRAM

  • Mohamad Judha Nursing Department, Faculty of Health Science, Respati Yogyakarta University, Indonesia

Abstract

Background: Planning for patients to go home raises the issue of whether the patient is ready to face health problems at home. The lack of a support system becomes a problem especially as the patient needs continuity of care both in the healing process and in maintaining the patient's health status.

Research Objectives: Role of Advocacy given by Nurses with Readiness in Receiving Discharge Planning by patients and families.

Research Methods: Correlation study with cross sectional approach in which the population in this study is the family of patients who take care of their sick family member in the Internal Medicine and Surgery ward. The sampling was 97 respondents.

Results: Family perceptions about the role of nurse advocacy was in the positive category (73.2%). The level of family readiness in receiving discharge planning in the good category (53.6%). The results of the bivariate analysis using the Spearman Rank there showed that there is relationship between family perceptions about nurse advocacy with readiness in receiving discharge planning with a p-value of 0.00 <alpha 0.01. The closeness of the relationship between family perceptions about nurse advocacy with readiness to receive discharge planning in the Inpatient Ward is in the stronger category with Coefficient Correlation (r) 0.641. This proves that family support is needed by patients to cure patients.

Conclusion: Family perceptions about nurse advocacy with readiness to accept discharge planning have a strong positive relationship.

Keywords: Family, Nurses, Patients, Discharge Planning

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Published
2020-04-01
How to Cite
Mohamad Judha. (2020). FAMILY AWARENESS AND WILLINGNESS TO ACCEPT DISCHARGE PLANNING ACCORDING TO NURSING ADVOCACY PROGRAM. The Malaysian Journal of Nursing, 11(4), 92-98. Retrieved from https://ejournal.lucp.net/index.php/mjn/article/view/1017