Midwife Behaviors in UsingPoedjiRochjati Scorer to the Early Detection of High-Risk Pregnancy Efforts

1Sri Widatiningsih, Siti Rofi'ah, Siti Maryani

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Abstract:

Background:The "Jateng GayengNginceng Wong Meteng" related to the early detection of high risk pregnant women this is efforts to reduce maternal mortality. This effort requires activities that are innovative, proactive and anticipatory. Early detection is done by means of adequate treatment for all pregnant women, mothers at low risk or high risk mothers who are still healthy and mothers with delivery complications through the utilization of health facilities efficiently and cost-effectively be relevant, rational and professional. One of the tools for early detection of risk pregnant women using PoedjiRochjati Score Card (KSPR). Purpose : ToAnalyzis many factors that influence the behavior of midwives in the use of scores "PoedjiRochyati" in the early detection of high risk pregnancy Method :Explanatory research with qualitative and quantitative approaches. The population of the midwife in Magelang as much as 424 people with a sample of 77 midwives. The informants are five midwives, five pregnant women, 1 Family Health staff Health Office Magelang District and 1 chairman of the Indonesian Midwives Association (IBI) MagelangDistrict to cross check data. The analysis used was Spearman Rank test and multiple logistic regression test Research result: There are variables influence knowledge, attitudes midwife community and community support for the midwife's behavior in the use of scores "Poedji Rochyati" in the early detection of high risk pregnancy. The results of this study are expected to be used as input for the Head of Department of Health in setting policy program of early detection of high risk pregnancy. And then research is expected to create a formulation for early detection of risk that has been compiling a variety of sources.

Keywords:

Early Detection of High Risk Pregnancy, Score "Poedji Rochjati"

Paper Details
Month2
Year2020
Volume24
IssueSpecial Issue 1
Pages1068-1080