Research Paper | Nursing | Indonesia | Volume 7 Issue 2, February 2018
Factors that Affect the Performance of the Midwife in Conducting Early Detection of High Risk on Pregnant Women in the Health District of Jayapura
Ruth Yogi, Muji Lestari
A high risk pregnancy is a pregnancy occurring circumstances deviations from normal, directly causing the pain and death of the mother or baby. Early detection is required by health workers and the public about the presence of risk factors and complications. But in fact the target high risk pregnant mothers who found and handled by the village midwife Regency Jayapura only amounted to 116 (20.7 %). While according to the target of 80 % of the minimum service standard. This type of research is research explanatory research with approach of quantitative study cross sectional, with a population of the research was the whole village midwife Regency Jayapura 92 number of midwives, village, and total sample of 32 village midwife. The data were analyzed using univariate, bivariate using Chi Square, while for multivariate analysis using logistic regression. The results showed that 93.8 % of the village midwife knowledge good, 53.8 % has a high motivation, 71.9 % of the village midwife good compensation, 93.8 % supervision of village midwives good perception, 96.9 % of the workload is high, the village midwife 75.0 % of village midwives do not have facilities are less complete, 59.4 % of the village midwife performance in detecting pregnant women at high risk is good. Bivariate analysis results indicate that the variables related to the performance of the village midwife is the knowledge, motivation, supervision, compensation, workload, and facilities. The results of the multivariate analysis showed that the variables that affect the performance of the village midwife together is the knowledge (p 0.001, Expel B 5.467), motivation (p 0.003, expel B 4, 043), compensation (p 0.001, expel B 4.870), supervision (p 0.013, expel B 4.621), load work (p, expel B 2.143 0.035).
Keywords: performance, early detection of high risk, Midwife
Edition: Volume 7 Issue 2, February 2018
Pages: 93 - 99
How to Cite this Article?
Ruth Yogi, Muji Lestari, "Factors that Affect the Performance of the Midwife in Conducting Early Detection of High Risk on Pregnant Women in the Health District of Jayapura", International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), https://www.ijsr.net/search_index_results_paperid.php?id=ART20179864, Volume 7 Issue 2, February 2018, 93 - 99
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