Midwives Work Performance on High Risk Detection of Pregnant Women in District of Jepara Year 2009

Mulastin, Mulastin (2009) Midwives Work Performance on High Risk Detection of Pregnant Women in District of Jepara Year 2009. Masters thesis, MIKM UNDIP.

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The mortality rate of pregnant women who were referred to RA Kartini Public Hospital in Jepara was still high (13% - 14%). The main causes of death were haemmorhage and eclampsia. Delayed in treatment on high risk pregnancy and referral to the haealth service (for example: Health Center and Hospital) could account for death. The object of this research was to identify the factors that influence midwives’ work performance in high risk detection on pregnant women in District of Jepara. This was an observational research with survey method and cross-sectional approach. The research instrument used a structured questionnaire. The subjects were sixty-five midwives in Jepara District. Data were analyzed using bivariate analysis (Chi Square Test) and multivariate analysis (Logistic Regression Test). The result of this research showed that the variables of incentive (p-value: 0.016), opportunity for promotion (p-value: 0.040), leadership (p-value: 0.038), and motivation (p-value: 0.000) had a significants association with work performance of midwives in high risk detection on pregnant women in Jepara District. Based on multivariate analysis, the most influenced variable on work performance was motivation (p-value: 0.001). Sumber Utama : www.mikm.undip.ac.id

Item Type:Thesis (Masters)
Subjects:A General Works > AS Academies and learned societies (General)
Divisions:Postgraduate Program > Master Program in Public Health
ID Code:2254
Deposited By:Mr. Mikm Undip
Deposited On:05 Dec 2009 12:43
Last Modified:05 Dec 2009 12:43

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