Relationship Strategy Family Coping With Quality Of Life In Elderly Post Stroke

  • Dodik Limansyah STIKes Yarsi Pontianak
  • Junaiti Sahar
  • Sukihananto Sukihananto
Keywords: Coping strategies, Stroke, WHOQOL-Bref

Abstract

Background: Stroke is the highest cause of death in urban areas, one of the regions in Indonesia with stroke exceeds the national rate is the city of Pontianak.

Purpose : This study aims to determine the relationship of family coping strategies to the quality of life of elderly post-stroke in the city of Pontianak.

Methods : Analytical research design correlation with cross sectional approach. sampling in total sampling with respondents amounted to 58 respondents. The sample of this study was post-stroke elderly and family members as caregiver or primary outpatient who treated elderly with post stroke.

Result : The results of multiple linear regression analysis or anova test (f test) with p value = 0.001 (<0.05) indicating that there is a significant relationship between social support, reframing, seeking and receiving, passive income and income with the quality of life of the elderly post stroke.

Conclusion : Social support is a dominant element of coping strategy. The role of community nurses is needed to support family caregivers in providing social support to post-stroke elderly.

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Published
2018-10-01
How to Cite
Limansyah, D., Sahar, J., & Sukihananto, S. (2018). Relationship Strategy Family Coping With Quality Of Life In Elderly Post Stroke. JOURNAL OF NURSING PRACTICE, 2(1), 7-16. https://doi.org/10.30994/jnp.v2i1.37