THE IMPLEMENTATION OF COMPLIANCE MODEL FOR COMPLIANCE BASED ON THEORY OF KING INTERACTION SYSTEM AND ITS EFFECT ON LUNG COMPLIANCE PATIENTS IN LUNGS IN THE PUSKESMAS AREA OF JAYAPURA CITY
Background Pulmonary tuberculosis is an infectious disease caused by the bacteria Mycobacterium tuberculosis and is chronic. In 2017, there are an estimated 1,020,000 TB cases in Indonesia. National clinical pulmonary tuberculosis prevalence is 0.99%. Papua Province, which is 1.73%. The spread of pulmonary tuberculosis can be found in almost all districts/cities in Papua Province, both in Biak Numfor (2.2%), Nabire (1.9%), Merauke (1.6%), Jayapura Regency (1.8 %), and in Jayapura City (1.1%) (Ministry of health, 2018). This research is to determine the effectiveness of the application of the theory of compliance improvement model based on the interaction system of King to the compliance of patients with pulmonary tuberculosis in the working area of Puskesmas KotaJayapura. This research is a quasi-experimental study with the One Group Pre and Posttest Design approach. Only use one group or without using a control group (comparison). Before being given treatment, the experimental group was given a pretest, then given treatment (treatment) using a model of compliance based on the theory of King's system interaction with training methods and after that conducted a posttest. Application of Compliance Improvement Model Based on King's Interaction System Theory and Its Effect on Compliance with Lung Tuberculosis Patients in Jayapura City Health Center Work Area shows that there are significant differences. The conclusion is the model that applied in the work area of Jayapura City Health Center was proven to have an effect on increasing the knowledge of pulmonary TB patients, proven to have an effect on increasing self-efficacy of pulmonary TB patients, proved to have an effect on increasing motivation of TB patients lung, has been proven to have an effect on increasing adherence to prevention of transmission of pulmonary TB patients, has been proven to have an effect on increasing nutritional compliance of pulmonary TB patients, has been shown to have an effect on increasing compliance with pulmonary TB patient treatment.