MOTIVATION RELATED TO COMPLIANCE MANAGEMENT OF NON PHARMACOLOGICAL THERAPY TYPE II DIABETES MELITUS
Diabetes mellitus is a chronic disease that requires treatment for a long time, motivation
and compliance are needed in the management of non-pharmacological therapies in
patients with type II diabetes mellitus so that the quality of life is better. The purpose of
this study was to determine the relationship of motivation and compliance with the
management of non-pharmacological therapies in patients with type II diabetes mellitus.
The study design was correlational, the population is type II diabetes mellitus in
Outpatient Installation, a number of 96 respondents, data was collected by using
purposive sampling, the dependent variable was motivation, and the independent variable
was compliance, data was collected using questionnaires, the statistical test used was "
spearman's Rho" with significance level Î± â‰¤ 0.05. The results showed that most
respondents had good motivation, 71 respondents (73.9%) more than 50% showed
obedience, 66 respondents (68.8%), and statistical test results showed the results of p =
0.00 and Î± = 0.522, which means there is a relationship between motivation and
compliance. The conclusion of the study is that there is a relationship between motivation
and compliance with the management of non-pharmacological therapies in patients with
type II diabetes mellitus in an outpatient installation Kediri Baptist Hispotal.