This study identified sleep quality and assessed its determinants in 107 patients with chronic disease. The samples are patients who were undergoing in hospitalization and outpatient setting, they have taken by cross-sectional method and then analyzed by using Chi Square and Mann–Whitney test. Poor sleep quality experienced by patients with chronic disease. This study found poor sleep quality most experienced by unmarried (90%, p = 0.033) and patients with hospitalization history (80,4%; p = 0.030), thus sleep determinants as physical complains (57.2; p = 0.015), emotional stress (58.39; p = 0.004), and bedtime ritual (58.32; p = 0.001). The results of the study indicate the importance of conducting an assessment of disease factors that can affect sleep quality in patients with chronic disease.
- Chronic diseases
- Sleep quality