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Supportive educative system based on the integration of family centered care and family tasks towards family support in adolescents with smartphone addiction

Abstract

Introduction - The family as the smallest unit of society is a social institution that has and functions at every stage of development. During the pandemic, all needs are shifted to online from offline activities, so our interaction with smartphones or laptop screens is increasing. This study aims to arrange the invention of a new method of family nursing care standards with a Supportive Educative System based on integrating Family Centered Care and family tasks towards family support in adolescents with Smartphone addiction.

Method - The study used quantitative design with Quasy Experiments. The sample taken was 24 respondents who were divided into two groups. Data analysis using the Paired t-test it shows that in the treatment group the results of the p value (0.002) < (0.05), meaning that there is a difference between family support before and after being given treatment, namely an increase in the average value of 95 to 97.08. While in the control group the statistical.

Result - The results of the p value (0.028) < (0.05), meaning that there is a difference between family support before and after being given treatment, namely an increase in the average value of 94, 75 becomes 96.

Conclusion - There is change to the treatment of inventions new methods of standardized family nursing care with a Supportive Educative System based on the integration of Family Centered Care and family duties towards family support in adolescents with Smartphone education to families is expected to be the basis for members to support each other in Addiction.

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How to Cite

Nety Mawarda Hatmanti, Ratna Yunita Sari, Yurike Septianingrum, Eppy Setiyowati, & Siti Maimunah. (2023). Supportive educative system based on the integration of family centered care and family tasks towards family support in adolescents with smartphone addiction. Bali Medical Journal, 12(3), 2896–2900. https://doi.org/10.15562/bmj.v12i3.4351

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