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Author : Guruh Suprayitno*, Ahsan, Karyono Mintaroem


Purpose: This study aims to analyze the relationship of self-efficacy with the preparedness of nurses IEDNA members in dealing with natural disasters in Indonesia. Methods: This study is an analytical observational study with a cross-sectional approach. The study population is a member of the Indonesian Emergency and Disaster Nurses Association (IEDNA). The sample of this study was 107 nurses, sampled by using random cluster sampling. Data were analyzed using Fishers test with a significance level of 95%. Results: Out of 510, 107 nurses became respondents in the study. The gender of the majority of respondents was male (56.1%). As many as 46.7% of respondents were dominated by respondents aged 31-40 years, 34.6% of respondents worked in the Emergency Department. Most respondents (41.1%) had less than one year of experience as emergency nurses. The result of self-efficacy test was p-value = 0.001 (p < 0.05). The majority of emergency nurses (94%) in Indonesia have good self-efficacy in dealing with disasters, although some do not have experience in disaster management. This is because emergency nurses in Indonesia often attend disaster management training. Conclusion: This study concludes that, generally, the preparedness phase was good, and there was a significant relationship between self-efficacy and nurse preparedness in the face of disasters. Keywords: Self-efficacy, emergency nurses, preparedness

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