Faktor-Faktor yang Mempengaruhi Kinerja Bidan Desa dalam Deteksi KEK Ibu Hamil
Sulistiyaningsih, Sri Hadi
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KEK in pregnant women have a considerable impact on the growth of the fetus to be born. In Pati regency, the incidence of KEK in pregnant women of 14.1%. This suggests there are still many cases of KEK incidence in pregnant women. This research purposes to know whether the motivation, supervision perception and leadership perception affect performance midwife village in the detection of KEK in pregnant women. This type of research is a quantitative research with methods of observational and approach cross-sectional. Population is a village midwife as much as 402 with a sample of 80 midwives were selected by simple random sampling with proportional allocation. Analysis using univariate, bivariate and multivariate with logistic regression. The results showed respondents have good motivation (62.5%), the perception of good supervision (60%), the perception of good leadership (65%), good performance (57.5%). There is a positive relationship between motivation (p = 0.007), perception of supervision (p = 0.001) and the perception of leadership (p = 0.002). Variables that affect together is the perception of supervision and perception leadership. DKK advisable to increase the performance of midwives in the detection of KEK, improve the quality of supervision in the village by the coordinator midwife, involving midwives in solving the problems.