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Published Online: 2018-11-17
Funding: This research received no specific grant from any funding agency in the public, commercial, or not-for-profit sectors.
Declaration of Conflict of Interest: None declared.
Author Contributions: The study was conducted, analysed, and interpreted by the authors independently. Authors’ contributions were as followed: RKD, FE, and EM carried out the design of the study, collected the data and performed analysis. RKD, FE, and JG drafted manuscript. All authors have reviewed and approved the manuscript prior to submission.
Ethics: The Ethics Committee on Health Research at the Faculty of Nursing at Airlangga University provides a research-appropriateness test. The approval of ethical appropriateness test was given under 544-KEPK on 25th October 2017. In order to maintain the anonymity of participants, researchers provided survey links to students through WhatsApp. Responses were collected through Google Forms without revealing student identity. The opening page contains the explanation of the research objectives and states that survey participation is voluntary, and approval is indicated if the survey is completed and returned.