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Pemahaman Provider dalam Penyampaian Informasi Pelayanan Keluarga Berencana Berkualitas pada Puskesmas dan RSU di Kabupaten Malang dan Kabupaten Trenggalek

Bambang Wasito, Evie Sopacua
Published July 2007

Abstract

The married women with unwanted children to delay the next children but did not using family planning method is defined as not fulfilled or unmet need for family planning. The unmet need could be due to unadequacy acces to information on family planning services. Good knowledge is achieved by adequate information so consideration on decide to select rational contraception for users could be fulfilled. This research aimed to determine health providers in providing qualified family planning services in health centers and district hospital. It was a descriptive study, located in Malang and Trenggalek Disrict in East Java Province In each District, 1 (one) urban health center, and 1 (one) rural health center and also 1 (one) district hospital were selected purposively. The population of the study were family planning providers selected health centers and district hospitals for MCH/FP services programmers and providers for FP services at HC, sub HC , village delivery Health and also programmer and provider of FP services at the District Hospitals. Data were collected by interview with qustionair guide with variables adopted from self assessment instrument they were analysed descriptevely. Results should that the understanding of FP service provider at HCs for information on FP method was at the average good, meanwhile at Malang and Trenggalek District Hospital was low. Furthermore, the understanding of FP provider at HC for the information on informed choice, informed consent and client for medical (feasibility) at the average was good but at the district hospital was low. It suggests to enhance the understanding of FP service providers at HCs, and District Hospitals on contraceptive methods, informed choice, informed consent to provide qualified FP services.

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