ANALYSIS OF SITUATIONAL FACTOR ON IPC (INTERPROFESSIONAL COLLABORATION) ON THE HANDLING OF STUNTING IN CHILDREN
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Susilaningrum, R., Utami, S., & Taufiqurrohman, T. (2021). ANALYSIS OF SITUATIONAL FACTOR ON IPC (INTERPROFESSIONAL COLLABORATION) ON THE HANDLING OF STUNTING IN CHILDREN. Prosiding Seminar Nasional Kesehatan Poltekkes Kemenkes Surabaya 2020, 2(1). Retrieved from http://semnas.poltekkesdepkes-sby.ac.id/index.php/2020/article/view/250

Abstract

ANALYSIS OF SITUATIONAL FACTOR ON IPC (INTERPROFESSIONAL COLLABORATION) ON THE HANDLING OF STUNTING IN CHILDREN

Rekawati Susilaningrum1, Sri Utami2, Taufiqurrahman3

  1. Prodi D3 Jurusan kebidanan Poltekkes Kemenkes Surabaya
  2. Prodi D4 Jurusan kebidanan Poltekkes Kemenkes Surabaya
  3. Jurusan Gizi Poltekkes Kemenkes Surabaya

                 rsusilaningrum@gmail.com, sri.utami@poltekkesdepkes-sby.ac.id, taufiqgizi71@gmail.com

Introduction: Indonesia is a country with a fairly high prevalence of stunting compared to other middle income countries. The proportion of very short and stunting nutritional status in children under five from all provinces in Indonesia, in 2018 was 30.8. The purpose of this study was to analyze the effect of situational factors on interprofessional collaboration (perceptions of leadership support, work systems, perceptions of empowerment of health workers) on the handling of stunting in children under five.
Methods: This study used a cross sectional study. The population is health workers who work at the health center in Surabaya who are responsible for handling stunting. The research variables consisted of situational factors (perceived leadership support, work systems and empowerment of health workers) and IPC in the management of stunting in children under five. Sampling was simple random sampling with a sample size of 128 people. Data were analyzed using the T test. Result: health workers have perceptions of leadership support in the implementation of IPC with almost the same percentage of each category of good, adequate and insufficient, as well as work systems and organizational structures, and perceptions of empowering the majority of health workers are in the good category. For IPC, most health workers have an understanding of their respective roles in the good category 60.9%, depend on each other in the good category 61.7%, most of them have the ability to exchange ideas in the good category 64.8%, partly Most of them have a common goal of 55.5%, most of them have the ability to manage a team in the sufficient category of 57.0%, most of them provide services that respect patients in good categories of 55.5%. After analyzing with the T test, it was found that the path parameter coefficient value was 0.430, which is significant positive. Conclusion. There is a significant effect of situational factors regarding IPC on the management of stunting in children


Keywords: situational factors, IPC (interprofessional collaboration), stunting

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