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Jurnal Berkala Epidemiologi

ISSN 2301-7171

Vol. 2 / No. 1 / Published : 2014-01

TOC : 4, and page :34 - 47

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Original Article :

Description the activities of recording and reporting maternal health monitoring in pws-kia based on surveillance attributes

Author :

  1. Ika Arma Rani*1
  2. Arief Hargono*2
  1. Mahasiswa Fakultas Kesehatan Masyarakat
  2. Dosen Fakultas Kesehatan Masyarakat

Abstract :

ABSTRACT Maternal Mortality Rate (MMR) in East Java Province tends to increase every year. In fact, Jember has the highest number of maternal deaths during the period 2009-2011, and placed in 2nd position during 2012. Puskesmas Kaliwates for 3 consecutive years has the highest number of maternal deaths in the Jember. This research aimed to to describe the activities of recording and reporting the maternal health monitoring in PWS KIA system at Puskesmas Kaliwates, Jember regency, in 2012 by using attributes surveillance.The Research design is descriptive. Assessment in attributes of maternal health monitoring on PWS KIA system at Puskesmas Kaliwates in 2012 showed that the system is quite complicated, lack of flexibility, low quality of data, high acceptability, low sensitivity, low NPP, low representativeness, uncertain timelines, and low stability of data.The alternative solutions given are familiarizing midwife to analyze and compose a follow-up planning, improving the quality of the completeness and data’s accuracy, standardizing the entire form on KIA PWS systems to avoid duplication and increase forms simplicity,completing PWS KIA guidelines in Puskesmas, making guidelines on how to fill the form, taking records on register cohort of mother by dividing the sheet into 12 sections by month for pregnant women by gestational age group to facilitate the monitoring of pregnant women and childbirth, developing other surveillance system, forming KIA surveillance team, improving attendance format, and using a computerized system. Keywords: Monitoring maternal health, PWS KIA, Attributes surveillance.

Keyword :

Monitoring maternal health, PWS KIA, Attributes surveillance,

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