Pengaruh cyberchondria terhadap ansietas pada pasien autoimun selama pandemi covid-19 = Effects of cyberchondria on anxiety in autoimmune patients during the covid-19 pandemic

Kurniawan, Christopher (2020) Pengaruh cyberchondria terhadap ansietas pada pasien autoimun selama pandemi covid-19 = Effects of cyberchondria on anxiety in autoimmune patients during the covid-19 pandemic. Bachelor thesis, Universitas Pelita Harapan.

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Latar Belakang: Selama pandemi Covid-19 masyarakat semakin terpapar dengan informasi medis di internet, akan tetapi, hal ini justru menyebabkan kecemasan yang berlebih di masyarakat. Fenomena ini disebut oleh para ahli sebagai, cyberchondria suatu pola perilaku di mana orang menjadi cemas ketika membaca informasi medis di internet. Peristiwa ini menunjukkan ada hubungan antara cyberchondria dan kecemasan. Hubungan tersebut sudah banyak diteliti di luar negeri, akan tetapi, di Indonesia masih sedikit penelitian yang dilakukan, terutama pada pasien. Oleh karena itu, peneliti ingin membuat penelitian untuk mengetahui pengaruh cyberchondria terhadap ansietas pada pasien autoimun selama masa pandemi Covid-19. Tujuan: Mengetahui pengaruh Cyberchondria terhadap Ansietas pada Pasien Autoimun selama masa Pandemi Covid-19. Metode Penelitian: Penelitian ini menggunakan desain studi potong lintang. Sampel penelitian adalah 147 pasien autoimun yang tergabung di Komunitas Autoimun Marisza Cardoba Foundation dan memenuhi kriteria inklusi menggunakan teknik nonrandomized purposive sampling. Pengambilan data dilakukan pada bulan Agustus-September 2020. Hasil penelitian diolah menggunakan perangkat lunak IBM SPSS versi 22 dan dengan uji statistik Pearson Hasil Penelitian: Ditemukan nilai korelasi sebesar 0,392 antara cyberchondria dan ansietas. Cyberchondria berkontribusi sebanyak 15.4% terhadap kejadian ansietas. Kesimpulan: Terdapat hubungan positif antara cyberchondria dengan kejadian ansietas dengan kekuatan hubungan sedang. Kata Kunci: Cyberchondria, Ansietas, Pasien autoimun, Kuesioner CSS, Kuesioner SHAI / Background: During the Covid-19 pandemic the public was increasingly exposed to medical information on the internet, however, this caused excessive anxiety in the community. This phenomenon is called by experts as, cyberchondria, a pattern of behavior in which people become anxious when reading medical information on the internet. These events suggest a link between cyberchondria and anxiety. This relationship has been widely researched abroad, however, in Indonesia there is still little research conducted, especially on patients. Therefore, researchers want to make a study to determine the effect of cyberchondria on anxiety in autoimmune patients during the Covid-19 pandemic. Aim: Knowing the effect of Cyberchondria on Anxiety in Autoimmune Patients during the Covid-19 Pandemic Methods: This study used a cross-sectional study design. The research sample was 147 autoimmune patients who were members of the Autoimmune Community of Marisza Cardoba Foundation and met the inclusion criteria using non-randomized purposive sampling technique. Data collection will be carried out in August-September 2020. The results of the study will be processed using IBM SPSS version 22 software and with Pearson statistical tests. Results: Correlation value of 0.392 was found between cyberchondria and anxiety. Cyberchondria contributed 15.4% to the incidence of anxiety. Conclusion: There is a positive relationship between cyberchondria and the incidence of anxiety with moderate strength Keywords: Cyberchondria, Anxiety, Autoimmune Patients, CSS Questionnaire, SHAI Questionnaire.

Item Type: Thesis (Bachelor)
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Kurniawan, ChristopherNIM01071170048christophereben123@gmail.com
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Thesis advisorSumantri, SteventNIDN0326038205stevent.sumantri@gmail.com
Uncontrolled Keywords: cyberchondria, ansietas, pasien autoimun, kuesioner css, kuesioner shai
Subjects: R Medicine > R Medicine (General)
Divisions: University Subject > Current > Faculty/School - UPH Karawaci > Faculty of Medicine > Medicine
Current > Faculty/School - UPH Karawaci > Faculty of Medicine > Medicine
Depositing User: Users 1670 not found.
Date Deposited: 08 Jan 2021 07:27
Last Modified: 25 Jan 2021 06:30
URI: http://repository.uph.edu/id/eprint/13577

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