RELATIONSHIP LEVEL OF NURSING STUDENT'S KNOWLEDGE TO HEALTH PROTOCOL COMPLIANCE AT SARI MULIA BANJARMASIN UNIVERSITY
Keywords:Compliance, COVID-19, Health Protocol, Knowledge.
Background: COVID-19 is one of the problems currently faced by the entire world community. The virus can cause a mild to severe respiratory illness known as Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19). The World Health Organization declared COVID-19 a pandemic.Â Objective: Knowing the relationship between the level of knowledge of nursing students on compliance with health protocols at the University of Sari Mulia Banjarmasin.Â Method: This research uses quantitative analytic observational research design with Croos Sectional. The number of samples in this study were 148 respondents with a total sampling technique. The research instrument was a questionnaire on the level of knowledge of nursing students and a health protocol compliance questionnaire. Data analysis used Fisher's exact test with 95% confidence level.Â Results: The level of knowledge of nursing students is mostly good as many as 146 respondents (98.6%) and the level of compliance with health protocols is mostly obedient as many as 118 respondents (79.7%). There is a significant relationship between nursing student knowledge and compliance with health protocols at Sari Mulia University Banjarmasin (p = 0.040 > 0.05).Â Conclusion: Good knowledge of nursing students can affect compliance in carrying out health protocols in order to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
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