Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : self-efficacy

The Relationship between Self-efficacy and Student Anxiety in Facing Final Projects during the Covid-19 Pandemic

Santi Wahyuni; Yanti Cahyati; Ida Rosdiana

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2021, Volume 8, Issue 2, Pages 2282-2294

The Covid-19 pandemic has had a wide impact on the community, including one of which is the learning process of students at the Health Polytechnic of the Ministry of Health, Tasikmalaya. The process of preparing the final project is one of the courses in the Nursing D III Study Program that can cause anxiety in students, especially coupled with pandemic conditions like today. Anxiety can have a negative influence on various aspects of life, one of which is the academic aspect. Every individual has a way of dealing with the anxiety they experience, including the anxiety experienced by students about the final project completion process. The purpose of this study was to determine the relationship between self-efficacy and student anxiety in completing final assignments. This study is a correlation study to determine the relationship between self-efficacy and student anxiety in completing final assignments. The research sample was 102 Level III students of the Tasikmalaya Nursing Study Program, Nursing Department of Poltekkes Kemenkes Tasikmalaya. This study uses measuring instruments in the form of a self-efficacy scale and an anxiety scale that the researcher compiled in the form of a Likert scale based on aspects of self-efficacy and anxiety components. Research analysis using the T-test. The results showed that most of the respondents had a level of self-efficacy high(75.5%). The average score of respondents' anxiety was 58.02 in the category of mild anxiety level. There is a difference in the average score of anxiety among respondents with a level of selfefficacy low and self-efficacy high(p-value 0.0005).


Siska Evi Martina; Eva Hotmaria Simanjuntak

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2021, Volume 8, Issue 2, Pages 2064-2069

During clinical practice in hospital, several evaluation method were adopt to support student achieve their competency. Mini Clinical Evaluation Exercise (MiniCEX) is a Workplace-Based Assessment (WPBA) that requires the examiner to observe the student performing a focused task within 15–20 minutes at the clinic or ward with
compulsory immediate feedback. This study aim to identify the differencies of selfeffficacy after implemention mini-CEX amongmidwifery students. The design of this study was quasi experiment design with control group. This study were consist of 2 group, 32 students were an intervention group and 30 students were control group. The
total sampling applied to get the sample who met with inclusion criteria. General Selfefficacy was applied to measure mean score of self-efficacy. The study found the selfefficacy among both group before implementation mini-CEX were low. However, this study found differences of self-efficacy before and after mini-CEX (11.40). The t-test analyzed shows the mini-CEX was significant effective improving self-efficacy (p value: 0.000). In conclusion the implementation mini-CEX was effective to improve selfefficacy among midwifery student during clinical practice. The Mini-CEXcould be effective assessment method for improving the self-effiacy of students.

Effectiveness of Smartphone Apps and Team Supports by Social Media Approaches to Promote Physical Activity Levels among Indonesian Nursing Students: Feasibility Study

Suardi Suardi; Ernawati Ernawati; Ferdy Lainsamputy; Sumarmi Sumarmi; Xaverius Widiantoro

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 10, Pages 2294-2304

Little known effectiveness of smartphone app exercise user in Indonesian nursing-students. It is necessary to explore the influence of interactive technologies on self-rated health or overall well-being. This study was evaluated an interactive smartphone-health app for nursing-students and the impact of a program building with psychosocial base on the increase of exercise efficacy to promote levels of physical activity (PA).
A pretest-posttest non-equivalent control design applied in 70 Indonesian nursing-students. A randomized assignment with a time-cluster technique used to avoid information contamination between groups. The web-based group received a social cognitive theory-based behavioral skill-building intervention by a web-based game with team competition for 10-week of a program. Outcome included level of PA, health outcomes, and self-efficacy. Multivariate ANCOVA and Chi-square test were adopted to test pre- and post-outcome effects.
The main effects of the intervention on the number of steps/day, distance walked, calories consumption, duration, and systolic blood pressure were significant (p<0.05). The intervention group participants recorded more steps/day (p < 0.001, eta = 0.522), greater distances walked (p < 0.001, eta = 0.521), greater calories consumption (p < 0.001, eta = 0.419), longer durations (p < 0.001, eta = 0.217), lower systolic blood pressure (p < 0.05, eta = 0.103), and self-efficacy (p > 0.05, eta = 0.041) than the control group participants.
Web-based game combined with group competition programs could successfully increase PA among nursing-students

The Influence of Self-efficacy on Nurse Performance in Mitra Sejati Hospital

Elvipson Sinaga; Arlina Nurbaity Lubis; Farida Linda Sari Siregar

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 10, Pages 1351-1359

Nurse performance is very important for a hospital. Nurse performance at Medan Mitra Sejati General Hospital is still low. The low performance of nurses in Mitra Sejati Hospital is related to the self-efficacy experienced by nurses. This study aimed to analyze the influence of self-efficacy on nurse performance. The study was analytic survey research with a cross-sectional design. The population was all nurses who served in Mitra Sejati Hospital Medan with a total of 168 people and a sample of 138 people. Data collected by primary and secondary data and analyzed by statistical tests of Multiple Logistic Regression with a confidence level of 95%. The results showed that the magnitude/level (p = 0.011), strength (p = 0.001) and generality/generalization (p = 0.017) affected the nurses performance in Mitra Sejati Hospital and which most influenced the nurse performance Mitra Sejati hospital was a strength dimension (OR=14,457). It is recommended for nursing services the need to provide an understanding to each nurse about the importance of self-efficacy experienced so that nursing services can be carried out to the maximum, superiors should provide an assessment of the performance of implementing nurses continuously and continuously, for the nursing nurses to be able to practice nursing by managing and coordinating nursing care by integrating the needs of clients, families, staff and policymakers and the participation of nurses in hospital committees can also be an effective solution in an approach to improve self-efficacy, one of which measures the self-efficacy experienced and nurses can reveal situations that can lead to self-efficacy.

Effect of the Education of Using Structured Multimedia on Stress, Self-efficacy and Performance Confidence in Undergraduate Nursing Students

Yu-Jeong Kim; Keum-Bong Choi

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 2, Pages 1382-1390

Background: The The purpose of this study was to identify the effects of the education of
using structured multimedia on self-efficacy, stress, and performance confidence in future
nursing professionals. Methods: A quasi-experimental study with a non-equivalent control
group pretest-posttest design was used. Participant were recruited from two nursing
colleges. The sample consisted of an intervention group (n=29) that participated in the
educational program and a control group (n=30). The data were collected using selfadministered
questionnaires. Data analyses utilized x2-test, fisher's exact probability & ttest
with the SPSS 21.0 program. Results: As a result of research, the experimental group
showed significantly increases in self-efficacy (t=2.694, p=.027) and performance
confidence (t=1.825, p=.031) than the control group. Also, the experimental group showed
significantly decreases in stress (t=-4.026, p=.031) than the control group. The findings
indicate that the education of using structured multimedia on self-efficacy, stress, and
performance confidence in future nursing professionals is an effective teaching method for
nursing students. Conclusions: It is important to manage the psychological well-being to
prepare successful professionals. In addition, it will be necessary to consider teachinglearning
method strategies for applying structured multimedia learning in the nursing

Changes of perceived self-esteem dimension using archery as a weekly exercise regime in sedentary youth


European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 2, Pages 5928-5935

the study aimed to evaluate self-esteem following 12 weeks of intervention and detraining from an archery activity among sedentary youth.
The study sample consisted of 34 male youth who were chosen randomly, and allocated into archery and control group. The Rosenberg Self-Esteem Score was used, consisting 10 items to measure merely on self-esteem. The measurement was taken three times; baseline, week 12 and week 24 along the intervention course.  
The results shown that the self-esteem among the archery group was significantly higher following 12 weeks of intervention compared to baseline. However, at week 24 (after detraining), the score was reduced compared to week 12. The level of self-esteem among control group was similar at baseline, post-intervention and detraining.
Archery intervention provides good improvement on self-esteem especially among sedentary youth. Withdrawal from archery intervention leads to reduction of self-esteem score.