Astuti, Etni Dwi
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KEMAMPUAN BERFIKIR KRITIS MAHASISWA KEBIDANAN PASKA PRAKTIK KLINIK KEBIDANAN CONTINUITY OF CARE (COC) ,, Yanti; Astuti, Etni Dwi
Jurnal Kebidanan VOLUME 10. No. 02, DESEMBER 2018
Publisher : Sekolah Tinggi Ilmu Kesehatan Estu Utomo Boyolali

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Yanti 1), Etni Dwi Astuti 2)1), 2)Program Studi D3 Kebidanan STIKES Estu Utomo BoyolaliE-mail: yanti_eub@yahoo.co.idABSTRAKPendahuluan. Bidan memiliki peranan penting sebagai mitra perempuan dan tenaga kesehatan profesional strategis dalam peningkatan kesehatan ibu dan anak di Indonesia. Bidan harus mampu memberikan asuhan kebidanan berkualitas yang berfokus pada perempuan, dilakukan secara rutin dan berkelanjutan sejak dalam pendidikan klinik selama jadi mahasiswa. Pembelajaran menuntut kekuatan dalam berpikir kritis karena belajar membutuhkan interpretasi dan integrasi pengetahuan baru dan penerapan praktis serta tepat dalam menghadapi situasi baru, kondisi masalah dan peluang inovatif.  Setelah diterapkannya Pembelajaran Klinik Kebidanan CoC maka dilakukan evaluasi terhadap kemampuan mahasiswa dalam berfikir kritis yang terkait dengan pengalaman belajar mereka selama di klinik. Metode Penelitian. Penelitian ini menggunakan metode kualitatif dengan pendekatan studi kasus. Sampel diambil dengan teknik purpossive sampling. Informan adalah mahasiswa D III Kebidanan semester VI Stikes Estu Utomo Boyolali berjumlah 6 orang. Teknik pengumpulan data dengan analisis dokumen dan indepth interview. Analisa data menggunakan analisa tematik. Hasil dan pembahasan. Hasil penelitian menemukan 9 tema, 7 tema menjawab critical thinking cognitive, yaitu pengumpulan data yang sesuai, mampu mengidentifikasi penyimpangan normal selama asuhan, kurangnya kemampuan menganalisis kasus dalam asuhan kebidanan, evaluasi berkelanjutan yang baik, penyimpulan kasus yang sesuai dengan asuhan, lemahnya kemampuan menjelaskan dan ketepatan pengaturan waktu. 2 tema menjawab critical thinking affective, yaitu pendekatan intensif ke klien dan ketrampilan berkomunikasi dengan klien. Simpulan : Seluruh tema yang ditemukan sangat penting untuk ditingkatkan karena sangat berpengaruh dalam kemampuan pengambilan keputusan klinis pada asuhan kebidanan.Kata kunci: Pembelajaran klinik kebidanan, Continuity of Care, Critical ThinkingSTUDENTS CRITICAL THINKING THROUGH COC CLINICAL LEARNING MODEL IN MIDWIFERY EDUCATION ABSTRACTIntroduction. Midwives have an important and strategic role as women partners as a health professionals in improving maternal and child health in Indonesia. Midwives must be able to provide quality midwifery care that focuses on women, carried out routinely and continuously since clinical education while being a student. Learning requires strength in critical thinking because learning requires interpretation and integration of new knowledge and practical and appropriate applications in dealing with new situations, problem conditions and innovative opportunities. After the implementation of CoC Midwifery Clinical Learning model, an evaluation of the ability of students to think critically is related to their learning experience while in the clinic. Research method. This study uses qualitative methods with a case study approach. Samples were taken by purposive sampling technique. The informants were the sixth semester Midwifery Diploma III students at the Stikes Estu Utomo Boyolali. Data collection techniques with document analysis and in-depth interviews. Data analysis using thematic analysis. Result and discussion. The results of the study found 9 themes, 7 themes answering cognitive thinking critical, which is appropriate data collection, able to identify normal deviations during care, lack of ability to analyze cases in midwifery care, good ongoing evaluation, conclusion of cases that are appropriate to care, poor ability to explain and accuracy of timing. 2 themes answer affective critical thinking, which is an intensive approach to clients and communication skills with clients. Conclusion. All themes that found in this study are very important to improve because they are very influential in the ability of clinical decision making in midwifery care.Keywords: Midwifery clinical learning, Continuity of Care, Critical Thinking
RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN MOTHER’S PARTICIPATION IN SUPPORT GROUPS WITH EXCLUSIVE BREASTFEEDING PRACTICE IN PUSKESMAS UMBUL HARJO I YOGYAKARTA, INDONESIA Laela, Nur; Ilmiyani, Siti Naili; Astuti, Etni Dwi; Warsiti, Warsiti
Proceedings of the International Conference on Applied Science and Health No 1 (2017)
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Background: By the Indonesian Demographic and Health Survey (IDHS) in 2012, infant mortality rate in Indonesia is still quite high at 32 deaths per 1,000 live births. The majority of infant deaths occur in the neonatal period. The main capital in achieving quality health starts since the beginning with breastfeeding without any additional food in this case of exclusive breastfeeding. Many mothers do not provide exclusive breastfeed due to social factors (maternal employment, social, cultural, supportfamily). Aims: This paper explains the relationship between the rate of participation in maternal supporting group with the success of exclusive breastfeeding program in Community Health Centers Umbulharjo I Yogyakarta in 2014. Methods: This study employed correlation analytical survey with cross sectional approach. The samples were 30 mothers who having a baby age 6 to 12 months, and participated in a maternal supporting group. Results: Of the 30 respondents, 26 (86.7%) of respondents successfully breastfeed exlusive. Of which 23 respondents (76.7%) with a participation rate of mothers in support groups with good category, 22 (73.3%) were successful exclusive breastfeeding and 1 (3.3%) of respondents who did not give exclusive breastfeeding, in the medium category 3 respondents (10.0%), 2 respondents (6,7%) were successful exclusive breastfeeding, and 1 (3.3%) of respondents who did not give exclusive breastfeeding, and low category 4 respondents (%13.3), 2 respondents (6,7%) were successful exclusive breastfeeding and 2 (6.7%) of respondents who did not give exclusive breastfeeding. The participation rate of mothers in maternal supporting group affects the success of exclusive breastfeeding with the P value = 0.026. Conclusion: There was a significant relationship between the rate of participation of mothers in maternal supporting group success exclusive breastfeeding mothers. The social relations become very important to increase the exclusive breastfeeding through mother support groups.