The Correlation between Self-efficacy and Quality of Life in Elderly Who are Living with Hypertension

Manungkalit, Maria and Juwita, Linda (2018) The Correlation between Self-efficacy and Quality of Life in Elderly Who are Living with Hypertension. In: The 9th International Nursing Conference: Nurses at The Forefront Transforming Care, Science and Research (INC 2018), 7-8 April 2018, Surabaya.

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Abstract

important role in the initiation and maintenance of health behavior, thus has an impact in determining quality of life (QOL). This study aimed to analyze the correlation between self-efficacy and QOL in elderly who are living with hypertension. This was a correlational study by using cross-sectional design approach. The population was all elderly with hypertension live in nursing home of St. Yosef Surabaya, amounting to 70 people. Sample size was 45 selected by purposive sampling technique. The independent variable was self-efficacy measured by General Perceived Self-Efficacy instrument (α=.785, r=.447-.745). Dependent variable was QOL measured by WHOQOL-BREF instrument (α=.700, r=.419-.798). Data analysis used Spearman Rank correlation test (α=.05). Result showed that majority was female (57.78%), 75-90 years old (55.56%), primary school graduated (40%), and had a family history of hypertension (82.22%). Most respondent had sufficient self-efficacy (82.22%) with no low self-efficacy was found, and had sufficient QOL (73.33%) with no high QOL was found. Self-efficacy was not correlated with QOL in elderly who are living with hypertension (p=.456). Various factors influenced the elderly’s QOL, such as independency level, family support, socio-economic status, living standard, and culture.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Uncontrolled Keywords: Elderly, Hypertension, Quality of life, Self-efficacy
Subjects: Nursing Science
Divisions: Proceeding
Depositing User: F.X. Hadi
Date Deposited: 18 Feb 2021 02:05
Last Modified: 12 Apr 2021 01:49
URI: http://repository.wima.ac.id/id/eprint/25324

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