Correlation between Self-Efficacy with Activity of Daily Living on Post-Stroke Patients in TMS Clinic RSUD Dr. R. Koesma of Tuban
International Journal of Multi Discipline Science (IJ-MDS)
The Activity of Daily Living (ADL) is important for post-stroke patients. The study aims to identify the correlation of Self-efficacy with ADL on post-stroke patients in TMS Clinic Dr. R. Koesma Hospital of Tuban. Correlative analytic research design with a cross-sectional time approach. The study took a sample of 34 respondents by using Simple Random Sampling. Instrument research used questionnaires. Statistical tests used Spearman Rank. The dependent variable of the study is ADL and the
... s ADL and the independent variable self-efficacy. The results of the study found that ADL respondents were highly dependent 17.7% were found in respondents with low self-efficacy, independent ADL 23.5% were obtained in respondents with moderate self-efficacy. Data analysis used the Spearman Rank with the significance of α = 0.05. Statistical test results p = 0.03 < α = 0.05 showed there is a correlation between self-efficacy with ADL of patients after stroke. The role of nurses in improving self-efficacy by motivating and providing health education about ADL.