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Cultural Care Analysis of Scabies Disease Based on the Sunrise Theory of the Leininger Model

Mukarromah, Nur and Zakaria, Achmad and Daroini, Daroini and Sumara, Retno (2022) Cultural Care Analysis of Scabies Disease Based on the Sunrise Theory of the Leininger Model. GACETA MEDICA de Caracas, 130 (1). pp. 176-183. ISSN S177-S184

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Introduction: Scabies are various kinds of skin diseases that often occur in society. Groups at risk of scabies are people who do activities together at the same time and place and pay less attention to personal and environmental hygiene. One of the risk groups is students in an internship, with the incidence of scabies in the last three years recorded at 91.1% of the 374 students who live in internship “X” Ponorogo Regency. This study aimed to analyze cultural care in scabies disease based on the theory of Sunrise Model Leininger. Methods: This study used qualitative research methods with ethnographic approaches. Taking informants is carried out by purposive sampling, consisting of 5 informants, including three main informants and two an in-depth interview, conducting content analysis. Results: The results showed that cultural care accommodation or negotiation actions needed to be given to reduce the perception of students who said scabies was a symbol of validity and could not be avoided by the students. Including the treatment of letting be exposed to scabies. While the treatment of the student still gathered when one of the scabies was given cultural care repatterning or restructuring. Conclusion: Cultural factors in treating scabies are bathing in the mountains and cleaning. Friday activities are given cultural care maintenance or preservation measures. Therefore, it is necessary to provide health education to students and internship managers, so that decision-making on scabies events is appropriate and sustainable. In addition, promotive and preventive are important for subsequent prevention. Keywords: Cultural care, scabies, students.

Item Type: Article
Subjects: R Medicine > RT Nursing
Divisions: Jurnal > Fakultas Ilmu Kesehatan
Date Deposited: 31 Mar 2023 09:14
Last Modified: 31 Mar 2023 09:14

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