Effect Of Basic Life Support Training Simulation (BHD) On Knowledge And Motivation Of Students About Handling Traffic Accident Incidents

  • Eka Yudha Chrisanto Universitas Malahayati
  • Made Novitasari Universitas Malahayati
  • Usastiawati Usastiawati Universitas Malahayati

Abstract

Basic Life Support is the main foundation used to save someone who is experiencing cardiac arrest. Accidents are events that can cause injury or even cause death. Based on a survey at the South Lampung Police, there were 295 accident data in 2020. To know the effect of basic life support training simulation on knowledge and motivation of first aid in road traffic accidents among high school students. A quantitative, using a quasi-experimental design, and two-group (intervention group and control group)pretest-posttest design was carried out at Yadika Natar High School, Lampung.The population of all students with a sample of 32 participants. Collecting data using a questionnaire distributed to participants. Data analysis by univariate (frequency distribution) and bivariate (Wilcoxson test). Finding that most of the participants' knowledge and motivation before the simulation was 6 (37.5%) for knowledge and motivation less than 8 (50.0%). After a simulation of the knowledge level of 16 (100%) participants with 16 (100%) participants having prime motivation. There is a relationship between the basic life support training simulation on increasing knowledge and motivation about handling traffic accidents with a Pvalue of 0.001 for knowledge and a P-value of 0.000 for participants' motivation. There is a relationship between the basic life support training simulation with increasing students' knowledge and motivation about handling traffic accidents at Yadika Natar High School South Lampung in 2021 with an M±SD value before the simulation of 5.56±1.711 for participant knowledge and 47.06±9.657 for participant motivation. Meanwhile, after the simulation, the M±SD value was 7.88±1.408 for participant knowledge and 67.94±3.586 for participant motivation. The researcher hopes that the school can cooperate with the trainers to provide health education and counseling regularly to students about first aid measures in the event of a traffic accident.

Published
2023-07-27
How to Cite
CHRISANTO, Eka Yudha; NOVITASARI, Made; USASTIAWATI, Usastiawati. Effect Of Basic Life Support Training Simulation (BHD) On Knowledge And Motivation Of Students About Handling Traffic Accident Incidents. International Health Conference STIKes Panca Bhakti (IHCPB), [S.l.], v. 1, n. 1, p. 96 - 104, july 2023. Available at: <https://ejournal.pancabhakti.ac.id/index.php/ihcpb/article/view/250>. Date accessed: 13 apr. 2024.