Relationship of Ability of Family Caregivers and Society’s Stigma
to Prevent Relapse and Improve the Quality of Life for People with
Mental Disorders

AbstractBACKGROUND: People with mental disorders will experience a relapse even after 1 month of getting treatmentor care from a health facility. The high recurrence rate can cause a decrease in quality of life. Efforts to preventrecurrence by involving family caregivers and reducing stigma from the community.AIM: This study aims to analyze the relationship between the Read More

Systematic Review: A Comparison between Vancomycin and
Daptomycin for Sepsis Infection Antibiotic Therapy

AbstractBACKGROUND: Sepsis is a dangerous condition that threatens life because of immune system dysregulation causedby an infection resulting in organ failure. One of the most common resistant strain bacteria that can cause sepsis isMethicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA). Vancomycin is the first-line therapy for treating sepsis infectioncaused by MRSA, but recently there have been some MRSA Read More

Barriers and strategies to successful
tuberculosis treatment in a high-burden
tuberculosis setting: a qualitative study
from the patient’s perspective

AbstractBackground: Previously treated tuberculosis (TB) patients are a widely reported risk factor for multidrug-resistanttuberculosis. Identifying patients’ problems during treatment is necessary to control TB, especially in a high-burdensetting. We therefore explored barriers to successful TB treatment from the patients’ perspective, aiming to identifypotential patient-centred care strategies to improve TB treatment outcome in Indonesia.Methods: A qualitative Read More