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Scopus Publications

  • Effectiveness of FRIRAGE massage in the management of ankle injury in child
    Ernasari Ernasari, Nur Ilah Padhila, Prima Dewi Kusumawati, Prita Dhyani Swamilaksita, Desy Dwi Cahyani, Nour Sriyanah, Lidya Maryani, and Haeril Amir

    Malque Publishing
    The aim of this study was to determine the effectiveness of frirage massage in the management of ankle injuries in children of Kurusumange Village, Tanralili District, Maros Regency. This research is a type of preexperiment research with the one group pretes-posttes design method, the sample in this study amounted to 35 children obtained through nonprobability sampling techniques with a purposive sampling approach. Data collection was carried out using the Pre Post Questionnaire sheet with ankle injury questionnaire adapted from the Oxford ankle foot questionnaire which has been declared valid and reliable with the results of the reliability coefficient = 0.956. Then, the data were analysed using the Wilcoxon Test with a significant level of 5%. This study showed that the average value of ankle degree before and after frirage massage was 69.43% and 50.71%. This study showed a decrease in the degree of ankle disorders in children after frirage massage treatment by 18.72%, the Wilcoxon signed rank test showed a significant value of ρ Value of 0.000. This study can be concluded that frirage massage is effective as an ankle injury management in reducing the degree of ankle disorders in children of Kurusumange Village, Tanralili District, Maros Regency.

  • Effect of self reiki and slow deep breathing on blood pressure of patients with hypertension
    Taufik Septiawan, Haeril Amir, Iman Permana, Falasifah Ani Yuniarti, Enok Sureskiarti, Fatma Zulaikha, Bachtiar Safrudin, and Rusni Masnina

    Malque Publishing
    Hypertension presents a significant challenge in Indonesia, commonly encountered in primary healthcare settings. This study aimed to assess the impact of self-administered reiki and slow, deep breathing techniques on individuals with hypertension. The research comprised 78 participants, split into two groups: 39 in the control group and 39 in the intervention group. The intervention group practiced self-reiki combined with slow, deep breathing for 21 days, while the control group solely practiced slow, deep breathing for the same duration. Statistical analysis employed the Wilcoxon and Mann‒Whitney tests. The Wilcoxon test yielded a P-value of 0.000 for both Systole and Diastole between the Intervention and Control Groups post-treatment, while the Mann‒Whitney test showed a P-value of 0.002 for Systole and P = 0.000 for Diastole between the Intervention and Control Groups after Treatment. Consequently, it can be deduced that a significant disparity in systolic and diastolic blood pressure exists pre- and post-self-reiki and slow, deep breathing exercises in both the intervention and control groups. These practices demonstrate a significant potential to reduce blood pressure among patients dealing with hypertension.  

  • Self care behavior models based on diabetes self management education in Palopo City
    Nilawati Uly, Fadli Fadli, Yuniar Dwi Yanti, Ratnasari Iskandar, and Haeril Amir

    Malque Publishing
    Type 2 diabetes is caused by impaired insulin secretion and insulin resistance. Aspects that play an important role in management. This disease is education about self-management of diabetes. Appropriate self-care behaviors are enough Manage diabetes management and prevent complications improve quality of life. The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of self-care behavior models on diabetes self-management education in type 2 Diabetes Mellitus patients. The method used in this study was a quantitative approach using cross-sectional methods. The sample used was 120 patients with type 2 DM in Palopo City. The analytical method used is the structural equation model using Amos 2.0 and SPSS 20 (IBM Corp). The results of the study showed that self-care behavior in patients with type 2 DM was influenced by 87% of knowledge factors, 83% of motivation factors, 85% of family support factors, and 81% of self-efficacy factors. On the other hand, diabetes management in patients with type 2 DM was influenced 76% by the treatment factor, 89% by the glycemic control factor, 75% by the diet factor, 88% by the physical activity factor, and 62% by the foot care factor. The structural model of this study explains variable self-care behavior with a self-care management rate of 48%. Diabetes management therefore needs to be more proactive in educating people with diabetes so that they and their families can increase their knowledge and understand how diabetes care can be properly administered.

  • Effectiveness of Virgin Coconut Oil and Regular Repositioning in Preventing Pressure Ulcers in Children


  • Social security agency of health (BPJS health) implementation on dentures patient in USA community health center (Puskesmas USA) bone regency 2022
    A. Rizki Amelia, Andi Tenri Ummu Dwi Rista Andani Aldi, Muh Khidri Alwi, Irfandinata Irfandinata, and Haeril Amir

    Malque Publishing
    Abstract: Implementation of Social Security Agency of Health (SCAH) /BPJS  for Dentures Patients at the Usa Community Health Center in Bone Regency 2022. Tooth loss is a problem that can interfere with dental and oral health. This study aims to explore the implementation of social security agency policies for dentures patients at the Usa Community Health Center in 2022. This type of research is a qualitative study using a snowball sampling technique. The results of this study found that the informants had understood the services for installing dental prostheses that were borne by BPJS Health. As for the information, they do not understand the tariffs for dental prostheses or dentures, which are included in the service being covered by BPJS Health. BPJS Health provides a number of medical services for the community, one of which is dental and oral care, in this case dental prostheses or dentures. From the input and process results it was found that for the implementation of BPJS Health for dental prostheses there are still indicators that are not fully achieved, such as the rates of prostheses or dentures which are still misinterpreted by some patients.

  • Culture-Based Education on Health Literacy about Stunting in Communities in South Sulawesi, Indonesia
    Asriadi ., , and Nurnainah .

    Saber CDCH-UCV
    Stunting is commonly seen in rural areas with low rates of literacy and access to health care, suggesting that cultural methods may be useful in combating this problem. Therefore, this study aimed to determine the effect of culture-based education on stunting in South Sulawesi. Pre-Post Test Two Group Design was used. The result shows that culture-based educational videos effectively improve public health literacy about stunting.


  • Enhancing skill conceptualization, critical thinking, and nursing knowledge through reflective case discussions: a systematic review
    H. Amir, P. A. N. Permatananda, Desy Dwi Cahyani, Wahyuny Langelo, Rosita Rosita, Sajodin Sajodin, Richa Noprianty, Anggia Astuti, S. Suhari, Sri Wahyuningsih,et al.


    Reflective case discussion (RCD) is a reflective activity conducted by nurses, midwives, and other healthcare workers to enhance their skills, critical thinking, and knowledge. This systematic review follows the PRISMA Guideline checklist and includes articles from various databases, such as Scopus, PubMed, ProQuest, and ScienceDirect. The quality assessment of each article was performed using the Critical Appraisal Skills Program (CASP). During the initial database search, we retrieved 997 articles from Scopus, 700 articles from ProQuest, 357,554 articles from PubMed, and 1,526 articles from ScienceDirect. The search was conducted using relevant keywords, including "reflective case discussion," "nursing," "critical thinking," "skills," and "knowledge." Following the inclusion and exclusion criteria, eight relevant articles were identified, excluding duplicate studies, limited to full papers, open access, conducted in a hospital setting, and written in English. The findings demonstrate that RCD effectively enhances nurses' skills, critical thinking, and knowledge, contributing to their professionalism in patient care. RCD also proved beneficial in preventing repetitive mistakes and promoting teamwork among nurses. Thus, RCD should be embraced as a valuable form of Continuing Professional Development (CPD) and integrated into nurses' ongoing learning processes.

  • Factors Associated with Self-Management Behaviour among Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus Patients
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    Saber CDCH-UCV
    Objective: This study aims to analyse the associated factors with self-management behaviour in type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM) patients. Method: The study used a cross-sectional approach with a total sample of 115 T2DM patients in Sidrap Regency, South Sulawesi, selected through multistage random sampling. Data were analysed with Chi-Square test and logistic regression. Results: Respondents with good self-management knowledge were 94 times more likely to manage the disease (Ex(b) = 94.26), and those with good self-efficacy were 54 times more likely to practice good self-management behaviour. Conclusion: Factors greatly affecting self-management are knowledge, self-efficacy, and family support. Self-management can also prevent complications.

  • Comparison between traditional and disposable bed baths in Intensive Care Unit
    Haeril Amir, , Muhammad Yusuf, Yuliana Syam, Andi Masyitha Irwan, Desy Dwi Cahyani, Nia Kurnia Djalid, Hasta Handayani Idrus, Rosita Rosita, ,et al.

    University of Rzeszow
    Introduction and aim. This study aimed to compare the difference in the number of microorganisms (microbial counts) between traditional and disposable bed baths. Material and methods. This study is quasi-experimental with two groups. The sample consisted of 30 respondents from the traditional bed bath and the disposable bed bath groups. Cultures of the groin were obtained to compare the number of microorganisms before and after bathing. Results. Bathing with disposable bed baths has proven to be more effective in reducing the number of microorganisms in both the control group and the intervention group on day I and day II with p=0.014 and p=0.033. Conclusion. Disposable bed baths are more effective in reducing the number of microorganisms on the skin than traditional bed baths.

  • Long-Term Characteristic of Clinical Distribution and Resistance Trends of Carbapenem-Resistant and Extended-Spectrum β-Lactamase Klebsiella pneumoniae Infections: 2014–2022 [Letter]
    Haeril Amir, Zulfitriani Murfat, and Indah Lestari Daeng Kanang

    Informa UK Limited
    We have read the paper by Wang et al on Long Term Characteristic of Clinical Distribution and Resistance Trends of Carbapenem-Resistant and Extended-Spectrum β-Lactamase Klebsiella Pneumoniae Infections. 1 . We congratulate the authors for providing data in the form of an overview of Klebsiella pneumoniae (KP) infection patterns and KP resistance to several antibiotics, which are useful for the treatment and prevention and control of bacterial infections that are resistant to various antibiotics used in hospitals. The study conducted by Wang et al showed that carbapenem-resistant KP (CRKP) had the highest proportion of carbapenem-resistant Enterobacteriaceae and most of the infected patients were >60 years old, an increasing trend every year. However, it should be noted that carbapenem resistance is determined when imipenem or meropenem are resistant by antimicrobial susceptibility testing. 2 There are several things to be considered, namely virulence factors, drug resistance, and types of KP sequences in different samples to be identified by wire-drawing tests, polymerase chain reactions, drug susceptibility tests, and multi-site sequence typing. 3 In the study by Wang et al, they conducted strain identification using the BD PhoenixTM100 system in which the minimum inhibitory

  • An overview of working mothers with children with online schooling during the COVID-19 pandemic in Riau Province
    Bayu Azhar, , and Gita Adelia

    Saber CDCH-UCV
    Objective: COVID-19 means Crown in Latin, COVID-19 is a type of virus that first spread in the city of Wuhan, China, and has spread throughout the world. This virus has an impact on all sectors namely the Economy, Health, and Education. This study aimed to determine the effect of school from home on working mothers during the COVID-19 pandemic in Riau Province, Indonesia.

  • What are the reasons for choosing traditional medicine over conventional medicine? A qualitative study
    Eza Kemal Firdaus, , Tati Hardiyani, Jony Francisco Dos Santos Silva, and Haeril Amir

    Saber CDCH-UCV
    Objective: This study aims to describe the participants’ reasons for choosing traditional medicine over conventional medicine. Methods: This study uses a qualitative design with a phenomenological study design approach. Data collection was carried out by in-depth interviews with the samples selected via purposive sampling. Result: This study found three themes related to reasons for choosing traditional medicine over conventional medicine, which included doubts about conventional medicine, the factors, and the values of traditional medicine.

  • The Effect of Benson Relaxation on Quality of Sleep of Cancer Patients
    Suradi Efendi, Al Ihksan Agus, Sri Syatriani, Haeril Amir, Rizqy Iftitah Alam, Sulkifli Nurdin, Andi Surahman Batara, and Muhammad Ikhtiar

    Scientific Foundation SPIROSKI
    AIM: This research was carried out to investigate the effect of Benson relaxation techniques on the quality of sleep in cancer patients. METHODS: This research was a quantitative research with quasi-experimental pre- and post-test design with control group. Research conducted in the room Class 3 Bougainvillea and Teratai RSUD Prof. Dr. Margono Soekarjo Purwokerto. The sample in this study was 20 respondents of the intervention group and 20 respondents of the control group. The intervention group received 6 times Benson relaxation intervention with frequency 3 times a day for 2 days and the control group was given standard care. The data were collected from January to February 2021. Quality of sleep was measured before and after the intervention using the Pittsburgh quality of sleep index (PSQI) questionnaire. The hypothesis test was performed using Mann–Whitney U-test aiming to measure the effect size using d Cohen. RESULTS: The results obtained mean values for PSQI score with median (min-max) intervention group 3.50 (2.00–7.00) and control group 0.50 (−2.00–3.00) and the results obtained p = 0.001. Clinically and statistically, there was a significant effect of Benson relaxation on decreasing PSQI score. The effect size test results in 2.33, which means that Benson relaxation has a great effect on the decrease in PSQI score. CONCLUSION: Benson relaxation clinically and statistically affects the decrease in PSQI score of cancer patients recommended in nursing interventions as one of the complementary therapies.

  • Nurses attitude and communication on reporting incidents on patients safety culture in Ende Regional General Hospital
    Try Ayu Patmawati and

    Saber CDCH-UCV
    Objective: to find out further what factors greatly affect the level of incident reporting, especially in the Ende Regional General Hospital. Methods: The research design used in this study was descriptive-analytic with a cross-sectional approach to analyzing incident reporting culture and factors influencing patient safety incident reporting culture in nurses at the Ende Regional General Hospital (RSUD). The population in this study were nurses at the Ende General Hospital with a sample of 162 nurses, sampling using purposive sampling techniques. The instrument used was the Incident Reporting Culture Questionnaire and attitude, communication and teamwork questionnaire. Result : There si significant nurses’ attitude (p=0,004) and nurses’ communication (p= 0,001) toward incident reporting. Conclusion: All health workers must work together so that patient safety incident reporting becomes a culture. The culture of reporting patient safety incidents at RSUD Ende must be improved. Nurses' communication and attitudes should be monitored more closely because they are closely related to the culture of reporting incidents in hospitals

  • Telehealth Model in Improving Health Service during COVID-19 Pandemic
    Nur Hidayah and

    Saber CDCH-UCV
    Objectives: This review aimed to systematically describe, evaluate, and conclude regarding the telehealth model that can improve the quality of health services during the COVID-19 pandemic. Methods: A systematic literature search was carried out on four databases namely Scopus, ScienceDirect, PubMed, and ProQuest to identify studies written in English in the last three years on the implementation of telehealth in improving the quality of health services during the COVID-19 pandemic. Result: Based on the 11 studies that have been analyzed, the telehealth models used in improving health services are video, audio, Virtual Urgent Care, and web-based. Telehealth can improve the quality of health services in rural and urban areas.

  • Heavy Metal Levels of Lead and Cadmium in Baronang Fish from South Sulawesi, Indonesia
    Muhammad Ikhtiar and

    Saber CDCH-UCV
    Objective: The purpose of this study was to determine the content of the heavy metals in the Baronang fish at Kayu Bangkoa pier and the Kera-Kera Pier in the Makassar city, South Sulawesi, Indonesia in 2020. Methods: This was an observational descriptive approach research. The accidental sampling technique was used at two locations, Kayu Bangkoa pier, and Kera-Kera pier. Baronang fish samples were taken using fishing rods or nets and each bait was examined and analyzed in the laboratory.

  • The cooperative behavior and intention to stay of nursing personnel in healthcare management
    Nurmiati Muchlis, , Haeril Amir, Desy Dwi Cahyani, Rizqy Iftitah Alam, Nurfitri Landu, Mikawati Mikawati, Nur Febrianti, Junaidin Junaidin, Mei Rianita Elfrida Sinaga,et al.

    S.C. JURNALUL PENTRU MEDICINA SI VIATA S.R.L
    The management of human resources is essential in a hospital, and its success can be seen based on the turnover rate of nursing personnel (nurses and midwives). In a hospital, the nursing personnel represents the largest number of professionals, and its performance greatly affects the effectiveness of services for patients. This study examined how organizations can predict turnover rates through intention to stay. Furthermore, this study aimed to explain the influence of cooperative behavior (both perceived external prestige and internal respect that affects organizational identification), which correlates with the intention to stay of nursing personnel. This quantitative research had a cross-sectional design, using a survey. The population involved non-permanent workers in five private and government hospitals. The sample consisted of 147 respondents. This study indicates that cooperative behavior showed positivity and significantly influenced the intention to stay, based on a 95% confidence degree. Perceived external prestige (p=0.009) and perceived internal respect (p=0.002) showed positivity and significantly influenced organizational identification. Perceived internal respect directly influenced the intention to stay (p=0.000), and organizational identification showed positivity and significantly influenced the intention to stay (p=0.000). Hospital management is more active in improving efforts and programs to improve the behavior of cooperatives, which is actually more dominant in non-financial aspects.

  • STRATEGIES IN PREVENTING THE TRANSMISSION OF COVID-19 A QUARANTINE, ISOLATION, LOCKDOWN, TRACING, TESTING AND TREATMENT (3T): LITERATURE REVIEW
    Haeril Amir

    Australasian College of Health Service Management
    SARS -Cov-2 is the seventh member of the coronavirus family that can infect humans after the emergence of severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus (SARS-CoV) and Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus (MERS-CoV). This disease  first occurred in Wuhan, a province in Hubei China. The virus is endemic throughout the world and was categorized as a pandemic by the World Health Organization (WHO). This virus can spread through direct contact, droplets due to coughing or sneezing, and even through air or airborne spreading according to the latest findings. The purpose of this literature review was to conduct a review about the government strategy of various countries in dealing with COVID-19. The method used was a search using PubMed, Science Direct, ProQuest databases with the PICO search question development technique based on the " COVID-19" and "Pandemic" and "lockdown" keywords. The results of the literature search found five publications between the years 2010 to 2020 that provided, full text and open access, in addition the results of the literature review confirmed various efforts have been made by the governments in various countries considering the increasing number of sufferers. These could include social distancing and physical distancing, in which some countries even implemented lockdown to prevent the second waves of COVID-19, and specifically in Indonesia which implemented the large-scale social restrictions (LSSR). Based on this literature review findings. This virus can be prevented by regular hand washing, wearing of personal protective equipment (PPE) such as masks and gloves, avoid shaking hands and staying at home.

  • COVID19 PANDEMIC: MANAGEMENT AND GLOBAL RESPONSE
    Haeril Amir, Sudarman Sudarman, Akbar Asfar, and Andi Surahman Batara

    Universitas Airlangga
    Introduction: 2019-nCoV as the term for the new coronavirus that causes outbreaks of pneumonia in Wuhan City, central China by the World Health Organization (WHO), on June 28, 2020, to confirm as many as 9,843,073 cases globally, Therefore, efforts to be made to prevent the spread of this virus must be done immediately and very urgently. The purpose of literature is to discuss the global response to Covid19 and find prevention strategies in the form of non-pharmaceutical interventions (NPIs) or non-pharmaceutical interventions. Discussion: This literature review using PICO and PRISMA techniques in extracting the research data based on inclusion and exclusion criteria of several articles on the Database PubMed, Science Direct, and Wiley Online. The readiness of the Government, both in conducting initial screening (Rapid test), readiness of referral hospitals, limiting areas and activities as well as awareness of citizens in implementing new habit adaptations, namely wearing masks, maintaining distance and washing hands regularly are the keys to preventing the spread of the Covid19 virus. Conclusion: articles search from multiple databases, with filtering 2015-2020 study, found as many as 7 Full-text research articles, in the face of a pandemic, we need the readiness of the government, health and infrastructure support as well as coordination and cooperation among all parties.

RECENT SCHOLAR PUBLICATIONS

  • Effect of self reiki and slow deep breathing on blood pressure of patients with hypertension
    T Septiawan, H Amir, I Permana, FA Yuniarti, E Sureskiarti, F Zulaikha, ...
    Multidisciplinary Science Journal 6 (6), 2024095-2024095 2024

  • Effectiveness of FRIRAGE massage in the management of ankle injury in child
    E Ernasari, NI Padhila, PD Kusumawati, PD Swamilaksita, DD Cahyani, ...
    Multidisciplinary Science Journal 6 (5), 2024059-2024059 2024

  • Self care behavior models based on diabetes self management education in Palopo City
    N Uly, F Fadli, YD Yanti, R Iskandar, H Amir
    Multidisciplinary Science Journal 6 (4), 2024038-2024038 2024

  • Hubungan Komitmen Petugas Kesehatan dengan Kinerja dalam Pelayanan
    MP Rivaldi, M Ikhtiar, H Haeruddin, A Asrina, H Amir
    Jurnal Keperawatan 16 (1), 79-86 2024

  • Long-Term Characteristic of Clinical Distribution and Resistance Trends of Carbapenem-Resistant and Extended-Spectrum β-Lactamase Klebsiella pneumoniae Infections: 2014–2022
    H Amir, Z Murfat, ILD Kanang
    Infection and Drug Resistance, 1419-1420 2023

  • Penerapan Manajemen Kepala Ruangan di Ruang Rawat Inap RSUD Kabupaten Majene
    IUY Lamukara, S Sudarman, H Amir
    Window of Nursing Journal, 146-152 2023

  • Application of Oxygen Therapy and Deep Dhiaphragmatic Breathing to Overcome Shortness of Breath with Acute Decompensated Heart Failure
    A Annisha, H Amir, N Wahidah, N Karepesina, R Hidayat
    An Idea Health Journal 3 (02), 61-64 2023

  • Manajemen Relaksasi Nafas Dalam Untuk Mengurangi Sesak Nafas Pada Pasien Congestive Heart Failure: Studi Kasus
    S Satriani, H Amir, N Nurwahidah, R Rochfika, S Sudarman, M Duhaling
    Jurnal Ilmiah Permas: Jurnal Ilmiah STIKES Kendal 13 (4), 1371-1376 2023

  • Increasing Student Anxiety During Offline Learning Post Covid 19
    PH Livana, DYA Santoso, S Mulyani, A Kuncoro, H Amir, T Suerni
    Proceedings of the International Conference on Nursing and Health Sciences 4 2023

  • Factors Associated with Self-Management Behaviour among Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus Patients
    N Uly, H Amir, AS Ahmad
    Gaceta Mdica de Caracas 131 (2) 2023

  • Enhancing skill conceptualization, critical thinking, and nursing knowledge through reflective case discussions: a systematic review
    H Amir, PANK Permatananda, DD Cahyani, W Langelo, R Rosita, ...
    Journal of Medicine and Life 16 (6), 851 2023

  • An overview of working mothers with children with online schooling during the COVID-19 pandemic in Riau Province.
    B Azhar, G Adelia, E Malfasari, ID Putra, AS Harahap, U Hasana, ...
    Gaceta Mdica de Caracas 131 2023

  • Path Analysis of The Influence Of Knowledge on Clean and Healthy Living Behavior Through Perceived Susceptibility as an Intervening Variable In HIV AIDS Prevention
    A Asrina, Y Yusriani, FP Idris, M Ikhtiar, H Amir
    Health Education and Health Promotion 11 (2), 1001-1007 2023

  • Social security agency of health (BPJS health) implementation on dentures patient in USA community health center (Puskesmas USA) bone regency 2022
    AR Amelia, ATUDR Andani, MK Alwi, I Irfandinata, H Amir
    Multidisciplinary Science Journal 5 (2), 2023017-2023017 2023

  • Program Komunikasi, Informasi dan Edukasi (KIE) dalam peningkatan Kesehatan Mental Remaja Pasca Pandemi COVID-19 di Pesantren Wihdatul Ulum Kabupaten Gowa
    H Amir, A Puspitasari
    Jurnal Abdimas Berdaya: Jurnal Pembelajaran, Pemberdayaan dan Pengabdian 2023

  • Pengaruh Lama Pemberian Obat Antiretroviral Terhadap Sel CD4 Pada Penderita HIV/AIDS di Makassar Indonesia
    R Hidayat, H Amir, M Hisyam
    An Idea Nursing Journal 2 (01), 24-30 2023

  • The perspective of the World of Education due to the COVID-19 pandemic
    H Amir
    Gaceta Mdica de Caracas 131 (S1) 2023

  • What are the reasons for choosing traditional medicine over conventional medicine? A qualitative study.
    EK Firdaus, T Hardiyani, JFDS Silva, H Amir
    Gaceta Mdica de Caracas 131 (S1) 2023

  • Penyuluhan Non Hemoragik Stroke pada Keluarga Pasien di Intensive Care Unit (ICU) RSP. Ibnu Sina YW-UMI
    E Ernasari, S Safruddin, H Amir, NI Padhila, S Suhermi
    Idea Pengabdian Masyarakat 3 (01), 39-43 2023

  • Culture-Based Education on Health Literacy About Stunting in Communities in South Sulawesi, Indonesia.
    A Adriana Amal, S Rauf, H Amir
    Gaceta Mdica de Caracas 131 2023

MOST CITED SCHOLAR PUBLICATIONS

  • Covid19 pandemic: management and global response
    H Amir, S Sudarman, A Asfar, AS Batara
    Jurnal Kesehatan Lingkungan 12 (1), 121-128 2020
    Citations: 48

  • Pencegahan Stunting Pada Anak Di Desa Tamangapa Kec. Ma’rang Kab. Pangkep
    A Puspitasari, WD Putra, H Amir
    Idea Pengabdian Masyarakat 1 (1), 05-08 2021
    Citations: 38

  • Pengaruh Teknik Relaksasi Benson Terhadap Kualitas Tidur pada Lanjut Usia
    R Hidayat, H Amir
    An Idea Health Journal 1 (01), 21-25 2021
    Citations: 21

  • The cooperative behavior and intention to stay of nursing personnel in healthcare management
    N Muchlis, H Amir, DD Cahyani, RI Alam, N Landu, M Mikawati, ...
    Journal of Medicine and Life 15 (10), 1311 2022
    Citations: 20

  • The Effect of Benson Relaxation on Quality of Sleep of Cancer Patients
    S Efendi, S Syatriani, H Amir, RI Alam, S Nurdin, AS Batara, M Ikhtiar
    Open Access Macedonian Journal of Medical Sciences 10 (G), 99-104 2022
    Citations: 18

  • Strategies in preventing the transmission of covid-19 a quarantine, isolation, lockdown, tracing, testing and treatment (3t): literature review
    H Amir
    Asia Pacific Journal of Health Management 17 (2), 1-6 2022
    Citations: 17

  • Gambaran Pelaksanaan Diskusi Refleksi Kasus (DRK) Dalam Mendukung Peningkatan Pengetahuan Dan Profesionalitas Perawat
    H Amir, AM Irwan, A Saleh
    Jurnal Keperawatan Muhammadiyah 4 (2) 2019
    Citations: 16

  • Penyuluhan kesehatan tentang diare di rumah sakit ibnu sina kota makassar
    H Amir
    Jurnal Abdimas Berdaya: Jurnal Pembelajaran, Pemberdayaan Dan Pengabdian 2022
    Citations: 15

  • Penerapan 3M dalam Mencegah Penularan Covid-19 di Desa Lonjoboko Kabupaten Gowa
    H Amir, MIM Bima, I As' ad, MF Hafid, JR Ashar, AQ Zainal, A Jihad, ...
    Idea Pengabdian Masyarakat 1 (1), 1-4 2021
    Citations: 14

  • Pengaruh covid-19 kepada masyarakat
    H Amir, Y Taqiyah
    SEMINAR NASIONAL & CALL OF PAPERS PENELITIAN DAN PENGABDIAN MASYARAKAT 1 (01) 2021
    Citations: 13

  • Reflective Case Discussion (RCD) for Nurses: A Systematic Review
    H Amir, S Sudarman
    STRADA Jurnal Ilmiah Kesehatan 9 (2), 332-337 2020
    Citations: 13

  • Peningkatan Literasi Kesehatan Pada Anak Lewat Dongeng PHBS
    H Rahman, Z Burhan, H Rahman, H Amir, AS Batara, HD Toto
    Idea Pengabdian Masyarakat 1 (03), 60-65 2021
    Citations: 12

  • Pencegahan Stunting Pada Anak Di Desa Tamangapa Kec. Ma’rang Kab. Pangkep. Idea Pengabdian Masyarakat, 1 (1), 05–08
    A Puspitasari, WD Putra, H Amir
    2021
    Citations: 10

  • Comparison between traditional and disposable bed baths in Intensive Care Unit
    H Amir, M Yusuf, Y Syam, AM Irwan, DD Cahyani, NK Djalid, HH Idrus
    European Journal of Clinical and Experimental Medicine 21 (1), 108-113 2023
    Citations: 9

  • Telehealth Model in Improving Health Service during COVID-19 Pandemic.
    N Hidayah, NM Supu, AI Latif, H Amir
    Gaceta Mdica de Caracas 130 (4) 2022
    Citations: 7

  • Nurses' Caring Behavior in Hospital: A Literature Review
    S Samsualam, H Amir
    STRADA Jurnal Ilmiah Kesehatan 10 (1), 225-231 2021
    Citations: 7

  • Students’ perceptions of online learning in nursing education in the COVID-19 pandemic
    H Amir, DP Windasari, N Sriyanah, H Ilyas, RI Alam, E Ernasari, AI Agus
    International Journal of Health Sciences 6, 396-403 2022
    Citations: 6

  • Effect Of Complementary Therapy On Hypertension Patients: Systematic Review
    WOS Asnaniar, RI Alam, H Amir
    STRADA Jurnal Ilmiah Kesehatan 10 (2), 1499-1508 2021
    Citations: 6

  • Effect of Health Education on Improving the Knowledge among Diabetes Mellitus Patients in the Prevention of Diabetic Ulcer in Regional Hospital of Tidore Island
    H Amir, NW Munir
    International Journal of Nursing and Health Services (IJNHS) 4 (4), 379-384 2021
    Citations: 5

  • Pengaruh pendidikan kesehatan terhadap peningkatan pengetahuan dan perubahan sikap dosen dan karyawan dalam mematuhi protokol kesehatan
    AI Agus, R Hidayat, H Amir
    Jurnal Keperawatan Jiwa 9 (4), 919-926 2021
    Citations: 5