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Factors that Affect the Performance of the Village Midwife in the Standard Implementation of Midwifery Birthing Mothers and Orphans in Semarang Subekti, Setiyana Sri; Widagdo, Laksmono; Kartika Wulan, Lucia Ratna
Jurnal Manajemen Kesehatan Indonesia Vol 2, No 2 (2014): Agustus 2014
Publisher : S2 IKM FKM UNDIP

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In Semarang district, maternal mortality rate (AKI) increased from 101.92/ 100000 live-births in 2010 to 146.24/100000 live-births in 2011. The majority of death patients were caused by referral delay and a delay in detection of in labour emergency signs. This indicated that the implementation of obstetric standard care in Semarang district was not done properly. Objective of the study was to analyze factors affecting work performance of village midwives in the application of obstetric standard care for in labour mothers in Semarang district. This was an observational analytical study with cross sectional approach. Data were collected through interview guided by questionnaire. Study population was 311 village midwives in Semarang district. The number of respondents was 76 midwives selected purposively according to inclusion and exclusion criteria in each primary healthcare center. Product moment test and linear regression were applied in the data analysis. Results of the study showed that average age of respondents was 33 years old, average working period was 11 years old, majority of respondent’s education background was D III in midwifery (72.36%). Work performance of village midwives in the implementation of obstetric standard care for physiological mother in labour was insufficient (83%), work performance of village midwives in the implementation of obstetric standard care for pathological mother in labour was insufficient (87%), respondents with insufficient knowledge was 57%, respondents with high motivation was 51%, respondent’s perception on supervision was inadequate (55%), respondent’s perception on workload was low (57%), respondent’s perception on incentive was insufficient (57%), and respondent’s perception on sanction was inadequate (55%). Factors related to work performance of village midwives were knowledge (p= 0.000), motivation (p= 0.007), perception on supervision (p= 0.008), perception on workload (p= 0.012), perception on incentive (p= 0.000), perception on sanction (p= 0.000). Factors affecting work performance of village midwives in the implementation of obstetric standard care for in labour mothers were knowledge (p= 0.000), perception on workload (p= 0.027), perception on sanction (p= 0.000). Suggestions for Semarang district health office are to conduct refreshing on maternity services according to obstetric standard care to all village midwives, to improve supervision technique by implementing facilitative supervision.