International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)
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Research Paper | Nursing | Indonesia | Volume 6 Issue 7, July 2017 | Rating: 6.8 / 10

Model of Clinical Supervision on the Field Practice of Students Majoring in Medical Record and Health Information

Ganif Djuwadi [2]

Abstract: Based on the results of observations made by researchers over the years 2014-2015, students who practice in 21 hospitals in East Java and 21 community health center in Malang district almost 50 % has not been in accordance with the competencies expected. When supervisory visit was conducted, the supervisor of the whole hospital had never followed a training as a supervising clinical practice field, so that the student guidance method has not been optimum. However, the learning motivation of the students was very good as proved to be the results of the test of each hospital. Research objectives is to analyze the effect of supervision models supervising work practice clinic field against aspects of the cognitive, affective and psychomotor the students on the course Recorder D-III medical and health information Malang State Health Polytechnics. This pre-design research experiments with a sample of students majoring in medical record and health information at Malang State Health Polytechnics. The results of this study indicates that there is a positive value of the students both in the cognitive, psychomotor and affective aspects, meaning that the clinical supervision guidance model developed increase these three aspects of the student assessment. Although the comparison of the standard value of graduation is 74, the occurrence of scores fluctuations ranges from pre to pos test, although quantitatively the relative increase and the same relative descents. Increase the time to pre-order the observation of 21.07 % and a decrease of 22.9 %. Conclusion of this study was clinical supervision models can increase student competence of field work practice in hospitals. The improvement in the aspect of cognitive, affective and psychomotor assessment results at the end of the practice of student field work was 99 % of students achieving more than 80 with Category A. The results was close to the value of each stage of the treatment that started pre-stage, observation and post occurrence score fluctuations ranges from pre to post, although quantitatively the relative increase and the same relative descents.

Keywords: clinical, supervision, Model, Practice, students

Edition: Volume 6 Issue 7, July 2017,

Pages: 2233 - 2237

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