Analisis Implementasi Continuity of Care (CoC) di Program Studi D III Kebidanan UNS

Hardiningsih Hardiningsih, Fresthy Astrika Yunita, Agus Eka Nurma Yuneta

Abstract

Latar Belakang: Continuity of Care (CoC) merupakan layanan kebidanan melalui model pelayanan berkelanjutan pada perempuan sepanjang masa kehamilan, persalinan, nifas dan keluarga berencana. Bidan sebagai subsistem sumber daya manusia menjadi salah satu ujung tombak yang berperan langsung pada percepatan  penurunan angka kematian ibu dan atau angka kematian bayi. Tujuan Penelitian : menganalisis impelementasi metode Continuity of Care (CoC) di Program Studi D III Kebidanan UNS.

Subjek dan Metode : Desain penelitian kualitatif. Lokasi penelitian di Prodi D III Kebidanan UNS mulai bulan April 2019. Informan terdiri dari dosen koordinator CoC, pembimbing institusi, pembimbing lahan dan mahasiswa serta klien. Pengumpulan data dilakukan melalui wawancara, kajian dokumen dan observasi partisipasi.  Analisis data menggunakan model interaktif

Hasil penelitian : Implementasi metode CoC pada LTA ini mahasiswa dapat menunjukkan kompetensinya kepada klien melalui pelaksanaan asuhan kebidanan. Pasien merasa puas dengan pendampingan yang dilakukan oleh mahasiswa. Pelaksanaan LTA dengan metode CoC ini memberikan dampak yang positif bagi institusi pendidikan, klien serta untuk mahasiswa dapat memberikan pengalaman nyata tentang asuhan kebidanan.

Kesimpulan : Implementasi LTA dengan metode CoC di Prodi D III Kebidanan sudah terlaksana denga baik.

 

 

Keywords

Continuity of care; kebidanan; pelayanan

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