HUBUNGAN MORAL DISTRESS DAN BURNOUT PADA PERAWAT KESEHATAN JIWA



Triyana Harlia Putri(1*), Khatijah L Abdullah(2), Ira Erwina(3)

(1) University of Tanjungpura
(2) Associate Professor Department of Nursing Sciences University of Malaya
(3) Department of Nursing Sciences University of Andalas
(*) Corresponding Author

Abstract


The perceived value conflict that continues to lead to mental health nurses can occur from day to day without realizing it causes Moral distress. Moral distress that is not resolved, this condition leads to burnout. This study aims to determine the relationship of moral distress with burnout in mental health nurses and the relationship of all dimensions of moral distress with burnout dimensions. The design of this research is analytic descriptive with cross sectional approach. A sample of 130 mental health nurses with a total sampling. The instruments used were the Moral Distress Scale for Psychiatric and the Maslach Burnout Inventory-Human Service Survey. Data analysis uses Spearman rank. The results of the study were (60.8%, n = 79) revealed a high level of moral distress and (86.9%, n = 113) revealed a moderate level burnout. There is a weak relationship between moral distress and burnout (r = 0.242), there is a relationship between all dimensions of moral distress and burnout dimensions.

 

Konflik nilai yang dirasakan terus menurus pada perawat kesehatan jiwa dapat dapat terjadi dari hari ke hari tanpa disadari menyebakan Moral distress. Moral distress yang tidak teratasi, kondisi ini mengarah ke burnout. Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk mengetahui hubungan moral distress dengan burnout pada perawat kesehatan jiwa dan hubungan semua dimensi moral distress dengan dimensi burnout. Desain penelitian ini deskriptif analitik dengan pendekatan cross sectional. Sampel 130 perawat kesehatan jiwa dengan total sampling. Instrumen digunakan adalah Moral Distress Scale for Psychiatric dan Maslach Burnout Inventory-Human Service Survey. Analisa data menggunakan spearman rank.  Hasil penelitian adalah (60,8%, n=79) mengungkapkan moral distress level tinggi dan (86,9%, n=113) mengungkapkan burnout level sedang. Terdapat hubungan yang lemah antata moral distress dan burnout (r=0,242), terdapat hubungan antara semua dimensi moral distress dan dimensi burnout.

 

 


Keywords


Moral Distres, Burnout, Perawat Kesehatan Jiwa

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