Study of therapeutic education process at Islamic Hospitals in South Kalimantan, Indonesia

Taufik Hidayat, Mahyuddin Barni, Agus Setiawan

Abstract


The purpose of this study was to determine the aspects of the integrity of Islamic interpersonal competence of health workers as a therapeutic education process that could influence the patient's motivation to heal. This research is combined with the Sequential Strategy of Explanatory Methods. The sample was taken consecutively as many as 147 Muslim patients who received inpatient services by Muslim health workers at the Islamic Hospital of Banjarmasin. The quantitative analysis used the chi-square inferential statistical test for bivariate analysis and the enter method logistic regression test for multivariate analysis, while the qualitative analysis used taxonomic analysis. The results of the bivariate analysis showed a significant relationship between Al-Luthfu (hospitality), Al-Adab (politeness), Al-'Uthfu (tenderness in the form of attention), and As-Shabru (patience) from health workers and the patient's motivation for healing. (p <.05). The results of multivariate analysis showed the combined effect of Al-Luthfu (= 4.292), Al-'Uthfu (= 3,219), and As-Shabru (= 30,986) of workers on employee motivation. Healing the patient. Qualitatively, the implementation of the educational process with the integrity of Islamic interpersonal competence considers the lowest level of anxiety, stress levels of chronic disease, learning styles, arrogance, and avoids patient discomfort or frustration towards workers. This study suggests building a commitment to serving patients by prioritizing As-Shabru, streamlining Islamic-based communication standards, improving staff competency as educators, and understanding patient characteristics in determining learning readiness.



DOI: http://doi.org/10.11591/ijphs.v11i1.20793

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