Introduction: Mother acts as the main source of comfort and assistance during illness. The mother's involvement is not optimal because, every time the nurse performs invasive actions such as infusion and injection, the patient's parents refuse to accompany their child because they cannot bear to see the painful treatment of their child so the child often cries, rebels and even kicks the nurse. The study aimed to analyze factors that influence mother filial values related to non-pharmacological pain management (behavioral intervention) in toddlers who perform infusion.Methods: The design was analytic with 115 mothers who have a toddler in Surabaya Islamic Hospital with purposive sampling. The independent variable is child, mother, and nurse factors and the dependent variable are mother's filial values. Data were taken by questionnaire and analyzed with Partial Least Square with a significance level of p < 0.05. Results: Filial values influenced by mother factors and child factors with the same p-value of 0.000 and path coefficient value mother, s factor of 0.591 and the nurse factor of 0.27 meaning that it has a positive effect and the mother, s factor has a greater influence. Conclusion: Mother's filial values are formed by the mother's factors, namely motivation and cognitive as well as the nurse factors.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)57-62
Number of pages6
JournalMalaysian Journal of Medicine and Health Sciences
Publication statusPublished - May 2023


  • Filial values
  • Invasive
  • Mother
  • Nurse
  • Toddler


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