Penggunaan Mobile Mental Health Apps dalam Menurunkan Caregiver Burden: Literature Review

Authors

  • Ayu Emi Primayanthi Program Studi Magister, Fakultas Ilmu Keperawatan, Universitas Indonesia
  • La Ode Abdul Rahman Departemen Dasar Keperawatan dan Keperawatan Dasar, Fakultas Ilmu Keperawatan, Universitas Indonesia

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.56667/jikdi.v2i2.795

Keywords:

aplikasi kesehatan mental, beban pengasuh pada kanker, kesehatan mental dan beban pengasuh

Abstract

Beban perawatan pasien oleh seorang caregiver sering terabaikan namun memiliki dampak psikologis yang rentannya sama dengan pasien itu sendiri. Pemberian teknik psikososial terbukti mampu mengurangi stress dan kecemasan yang dialami oleh para caregiver. Pelatihan teknik manajemen stress merupakan salah satu cara untuk menangani hal tersebut. Teknik manajemen stress dapat dilakukan dan diterapkan melalui aplikasi mobile mental health apps. Tujuan dari penulisan ini adalah untuk mengetahui penggunaan Mental Health Apps dalam menurunkan caregiver burden yang dialami oleh para caregiver yang merawat pasien dengan perawatan jangka panjang. Metode penulisan menggunakan literature review dengan metode PRISMA yang didapatkan dari berbagai sumber database online dan terbatas dari Ebsco, Proquest, ScienceDirect, SpringerLink, ClinicalKey dan SAGE journals. Hasil dari penelusuran literature didapatkan bahwa aplikasi Mental Health Apps pada caregiver pasien dengan perawatan jangkia panjang terbukti dapat menurunkan tingkat stress dan kecemasan yang dialami oleh caregiver selama merawat pasien. Rekomendasi dari penulisan ini diharapkan kedepannya terdapat aplikasi yang memberikan layanan komprehensif kepada caregiver.

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Published

2022-12-31

How to Cite

Primayanthi, A. A. E., & Rahman, L. O. A. (2022). Penggunaan Mobile Mental Health Apps dalam Menurunkan Caregiver Burden: Literature Review. Jurnal Ilmu Kesehatan Dharmas Indonesia, 2(2), 67–74. https://doi.org/10.56667/jikdi.v2i2.795