E3S Web Conf.
Volume 202, 2020The 5th International Conference on Energy, Environmental and Information System (ICENIS 2020)
|Number of page(s)||11|
|Section||Smart Information System|
|Published online||10 November 2020|
Case Study of Record of Program of Birth Planning and Complication Prevention (P4K) by Village Midwife, Kemawi Village, Semarang Regency
Department of Biostatistics and Population, Public Health Faculty, Diponegoro University
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Kemawi Village is one of the active Alert Village in the Semarang District. Based on information from the Public Health Center (PHC), the reporting of the Birth Planning and Complication Prevention Program (P4K) has not been done scheduled by the village midwife. The purpose of this research is to know how is the knowledge of midwife about the importance of registration reporting of P4K and then to analyze how the reporting of P4K is done by the village midwife. Research conducted in 2014. The type of research is a case study, with a qualitative approach. The main informant was a Kemawi village midwife, with several triangulation informant persons. The research gives the results of the recording have been done according to the procedure but the filling of the P4K sticker has not been suitable, for example, blood donor candidate is not filled with a clear identity due to there is no data processing training and supervision. Further reporting of P4K programs is made by the midwife only when there is a request at any time, no scheduled reporting. Therefore, it is recommended to PHC and District PHC (DHO) to make training and supervision for the village midwife in order to improve the ability of P4K program data management in particular, including data reporting and Maternal Child Health (MCH) in general.
Key words: Recording of P4K Reporting / Village Midwife / Maternal / Child Health (MCH)
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