Analisis persepsi pasien tentang penyakit kanker
Background: Prevalence of cancer in Indonesia is increasing and needs special attention from health care providers. Perception of cancer is a mental representation regarding patients’ beliefs about cancar. The positive or negative representation influences patients’ decision to manage their illness which leads to quality of life.
Objective: This study aimed to investigate cancer patients’ perceptions of their illness and to analyse causal attribution of demographic and clinical characteristic of the patients and their satisfaction with cancer information to the perceptions.
Methods: Sixty adult cancer survivors at Panembahan Senopati Bantul Hospital of Yogyakarta Indonesia were recruited in cross-sectional study completing a demographic and health-related data form, the Satisfaction with Cancer Information Profile Questionnaire and Brief Illness Perceptions Questionnaire. The data were analyzed using descriptive statistics and path analysis.
Results: Most patients had negative perceptions to cancer. The perceptions of cancer had direct causal association and influenced by patients satisfaction of cancer information provided by health care providers (β= .609, p = .043).
Conclusion: Petients perceived cancer as a threat to their lives and was significantly influenced by patients’ satisfaction of cancer information, therefore health care providers need to adjust information to the cancer patients to meet their needs.
Kementerian Kesehatan RI. Hari Kanker Sedunia 2019. 17 Agustus 2019. Available from: http://www.depkes.go.id/article/view/19020100003/hari-kanker-sedunia-2019.html.
Leventhal H, Phillips LA, Burns E. The Common-Sense Model of Self-Regulation (CSM): a dynamic framework for understanding illness self-management. J Behav Med. 2016;39(6):935-46.
Iskandarsyah A, Klerk Cd, Suardi DR, Soemitro MP, Sadarjoen SS, Passchier J. Satisfaction with information and its association with illness perception and quality of life in Indonesian breast cancer patients. Support Care Cancer. 2013;21:2999-3007.
Bangga RD, Nansy E, Robiyanto. Uji Validitas dan Reliabilitas Instrumen B-IPQ Versi Indonesia pada Pasien Diabetes Melitus di RSUD Sultan Syarif Mohamad Alkadrie Kota Pontianak. 2016.
Robiyanto, Prayuda AO, Nansy E. Uji validitas instrumen B-IPQ versi Indonesia pada pasein hipertensi di RSUD Sultan Syarif Mohamad Alkadrie Pontianak. Social Clinical Pharmacy Indonesia Journal. 2016;1(1):41-9.
Agustyani S, Susanti R, Robiyanto R. Uji validitas dan reliabilitas instrumen Brief Illness Perception Questionnaire (B-IPQ) versi Indonesia pada pasien asma di RSUD Dokter Soedarso Pontianak. Farmasains Jurnal Ilmiah Ilmu Kefarmasian. 2017;4(2):47-55.
Lorensia A, Yulia R, Wahyuningtyas IS. Hubungan persepsi penyakit (illness perception) dengan kontrol gejala asma pada pasien rawat jalan. Media Pharmaceutica Indonesiana. 2016;1(2):92-9.
Hadisa N, Susanti R, Robiyanto. Uji validitas dan reliabilitas B-IPQ versi Indonesia pada pasien gagal ginjal kronik di RSUD Soedarso Pontianak. Jurnal Manajemen dan Pelayanan Farmasi. 2017;7(4):175-81.
Nur KRM. Illness perception and cardiovascular health behaviour among person with ischemic heart disease in Indonesia. International Journal of Nursing Sciences. 2018;5:174-80.
Robiyanto, Handayani F, Susanti R, editors. Validity and Reliability of Indonesian Version of Brief Illness Perception Questionnaire for Stroke Patients : A Pilot Study. International Conference on Pharmaceutical Research and Practice 2018; 2018; Yogyakarta: Universitas Islam Indonesia; 2018.
Husson O, Thong MSY, Mols F, Oerlemans S, Kaptein AA, Poll-Franse LVvd. Illness perceptions in cancer survivors: what is the role of information provision? Psycho-Oncology. 2013;22:490-8.
Blödt S, Kaiser M, Adam Y, Adami S, Schultze M, Müller-Nordhorn J, et al. Understanding the role of health information in patients’ experiences: Secondary analysis of qualitative narrative interviews with people diagnosed with cancer in germany. BMJ Open. 2018;8(3).
Turton P, Cooke H. Meeting the needs of people with cancer for support and self-management. Complementary Therapies in Nursing and Midwifery. 2000;6(3):130-7.
Maskarinec G, Gotay CC, Tatsumura Y, Shumay DM, Kakai H. Perceived cancer causes. Cancer Practice. 2001;9(4):183-90.
Articles received and published by the Media Ilmu Kesehatan are by the publication, the copyright of the article is fully transferred to the Media Ilmu Kesehatan. All operational forms such as printing, publication, and distribution of hard file journals are carried out by the Media Ilmu Kesehatan. Articles that have finished the review process and have been declared accepted by the journal manager or editor will be asked to fill out a statement of submission of copyright by the journal secretary to the main author or correspondent author. The statement of transfer of copyright is signed with a seal and sent via email to firstname.lastname@example.org and contacted the admin of the journal to be followed up on archiving. Journal managers and editors have the right to edit the manuscript according to the provisions of the writing rules in the Media Ilmu Kesehatan.
Articles that have been declared accepted either online through the author's account on the OJS website https://ejournal.unjaya.ac.id/index.php/mik or a letter of receipt of the article (LOA), as well as those that have been published on OJS are not allowed to be published in other journals, or proceedings. The number of authors with more than one and as the main author or designated as the correspondent writer must have coordinated with members of the research team. The order of the authors submitted in the article as the author of one, two, three and so on cannot be changed when the article is published unless an error occurs in the technical operation of the journal.