Factors Relating to Nurses’ Knowledge and Attitudes Regarding Cpot Assessment


  • Faisal Hamdani
  • Siska Natalia
  • Rizki Sari Utami


Compliance, CPOT


A better understanding of the process can contribute to improving pain assessment and management. Nurses‘ compliance with the implementation of nursing service standards and standard operating nursing service procedures as a measure of the success of nursing services and is an important goal in human resource management.Know the factors related to nurse compliance in implementing CPOT in the ICU and NICU Room at RS X Pekanbaru. Quantitative research methods with correlation design. The sample consisted of 31 respondents with a sampling technique, namely total sampling. The data were processed using the Chi-Square test. Based on the results of the study, it was found that the majority of respondents were 25 years old, namely nine people (29%), 25 people (81%) female sex, the majority of S1 Nursing, namely 27 people (87%)). The bivariate results showed that there was a relationship between the knowledge factor (p-value 0.006) and attitude (p-value 0.011), and there was no relationship between the length of work factor (p-value 0.107) and training (p-value 0.095). It can be concluded that there is a relationship between knowledge and attitude factors towards compliance with the implementation of CPOT. It is expected that the hospital will provide supervision, guidance, and supervision to nurses.