Dominant Factors Affecting the Implementation of the Intregated Managing Toddler Sick (MTBS) in Public Health Center Tasikmalaya West Java

  • Asep Setiawan Program Master of Nursing Stikes A. Yani Cimahi
  • Budiman , Program Study Public Health Stikes A. Yani Cimahi
  • Chatarina Suryaningsih Program Study of Nursing Science Stikes A.Yani Cimahi

Abstract

According to the WHO and UNICEF, there are several indicators of implementation of MTBS, among other indicators, management support officer skills, and level of satisfaction indicators against the introduction of service provided. The purpose of this research aims to know the dominant factor affecting the implementation of the MTBS in Publick Health Center Tasikmalaya. This research is a type of analytic survey research with cross sectional design research. The sample in this research is all officer health MTBS that totaled 106. The instrument used in this research is the observation sheet and questionnaire. Analysis of the data used is a simple Linear Regression for bivariat and multivariate Factor Analysis. The results of the research there are three factors i.e. Factor 1 (leadership and ability of health workers) consists of the knowledge, leadership support, supervise, completeness of form completion. Factor 2 (Internal health workers and supporters) is composed of demeanor, motivation, the completeness of the drug. Factor 3 (infrastructure) consists of the presence of poly and the completeness of the instrument. Dominant factors affecting implementation of the MTBS supervise, namely the attitude of health workers, the completeness of the tools for the implementation of the MTBS. Based on the results of the research recommended that to the increases of MTBS in the publick health center need to be more in enhance supervised by health services and publick health manager, improved attitude from implementing MTBS and planning to complement the equipment.

Published
2018-01-02
How to Cite
SETIAWAN, Asep; ,, Budiman; SURYANINGSIH, Chatarina. Dominant Factors Affecting the Implementation of the Intregated Managing Toddler Sick (MTBS) in Public Health Center Tasikmalaya West Java. 2nd International Seminar on Global Health (ISGH), [S.l.], p. 187-193, jan. 2018. Available at: <http://repository.stikesayani.ac.id/index.php/isgh2/article/view/45>. Date accessed: 27 may 2019.
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