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INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PHARMACEUTICAL RESEARCH

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The model of interprofessional collaboration practice based on public services in comprehensive emergency obstetric and neonatal care service

Author: SULISTYANINGSIH , Y. WARELLA, SUTOPO PATRIA JATI, MEIDIANA DWIDIYANTI
Abstract: The maternal mortality rate in developing countries is 20 times higher than in developed countries, including in Indonesia. Various programs have been implemented, but have not succeeded in reducing the maternal mortality rate significantly. One of them is the CEmONC (Comprehensive Emergency Obstetric and Neonatal Care Service) program, which involves various professions to collaborate. Various studies stated that the practice of interprofessional collaboration is proven to improve the quality of health services and can prevent medical errors, but little is known about the practice model of interprofessional collaboration on CEmONC in Indonesia. This study aims to develop a model of interprofessional collaboration practice (ICP) based on public services in comprehensive emergency obstetric and neonatal care service (CEmONC) at hospitals. This is a qualitative research with an embedded single case design. Data collection used observation, in-depth interviews and documentation study. The main informants were doctors and health workers who provided services in the CEmONC case at a private hospital in Yogyakarta, Indonesia. Supporting informants were patients/families, midwives who referred to patients and hospital management. The number of main informants was 38 people, while supporting informants were 15 people. Data analysis used template analysis, thematic analysis, matrix analysis and pattern matching analysis techniques. The results of this study found four themes of ICP models, namely interprofessional collaboration practices, institutional support mechanisms, work culture mechanisms and environmental mechanisms. Organizational behavior, patient safety culture in the work culture mechanism and interprofessional education in the built environment mechanism are important components supporting ICP.
Keyword: Interprofessional Collaboration Practices, Emergencies, Obstetrics, Public Service
DOI: https://doi.org/10.31838/ijpr/2020.12.04.326
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