Family members' perspective Of family Resilience's Risk factors in taking care of schizophrenia patients

Rizki Fitryasari, NIDN. 0011028002 and AH. Yusuf, NIDN. 0001016716 and Nursalam, NIDN. 0025126601 and R Rr. Dian Tristiana, NIDN. 0002058702 and Hanik Endang Nihayati, NIDN. 0016067610 (2018) Family members' perspective Of family Resilience's Risk factors in taking care of schizophrenia patients. International Journal of Nursing Sciences, 5. pp. 255-261. ISSN 2352-0132

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Objectives:The study was conducted to illustrate the risk factors of family resilience when taking care ofpatients with schizophrenia.Methods:The research used qualitative design with an interpretive phenomenology approach, with in-depth interviews. The subjects were 15 family members who cared for patients with schizophrenia at theMenur Mental Hospital, Surabaya, Indonesia. The samples were obtained by purposive sampling tech-nique. The data was collected by interview and usingfield notes, then analyzed by Collaizi technique.Results: This research produced two themes, they were care burden and stigma. Care burdens felt byfamilies were confusion about the illness, emotional, physical, time,financial and social burdens, whichleads to decrease in family quality of life. Families also experienced stigma called labeling, stereotyping,separation and discrimination. Stigmas meant that families faced psychological, social and intrapersonalconsequences. This decreased the family quality of life and functionality of the family, and there wereopportunities for negative results to family resilience. Health workers, especially psychiatric nurses,should review care burdens and stigma to develop nursing interventions so families are able to achieveresilience.Conclusions:This research explained how care burden and stigma are risk factors that must be managedby families to survive, rise up, and become better in caring for patients with schizophrenia. Nurses have acentral role in assessing the level of care burdens and stigma in order to help families achieve resilience.Further research may focus on family-based nursing interventions to lower care burden, and community-based interventions to reduce stigma.©2018 Chinese Nursing Association. Production and hosting by Elsevier B.V. This is an open access articleunder the CC BY-NC-ND license

Item Type: Article
Subjects: R Medicine > RT Nursing
Divisions: 13. Fakultas Keperawatan
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Rizki Fitryasari, NIDN. 0011028002rizki_f_p_k@fkp.unair.ac.id
AH. Yusuf, NIDN. 0001016716ah-yusuf@fkp.unair.ac.id
Nursalam, NIDN. 0025126601UNSPECIFIED
R Rr. Dian Tristiana, NIDN. 0002058702UNSPECIFIED
Hanik Endang Nihayati, NIDN. 0016067610UNSPECIFIED
Depositing User: Mr Sodiqin Sodiq
Date Deposited: 12 Aug 2019 01:12
Last Modified: 12 Aug 2019 01:12
URI: http://repository.unair.ac.id/id/eprint/85594
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