Analysis of Factors Affecting The Collaboration Interprofesional Tropik Disease in Primary Health Care of Kambaniru,Waingapu And Kanatang in 2017
Health services (healthcareservices) is a form of health care which have no legal basis, namely enactment the 1945 law concerning the right of each individual to obtain appropriate protection for his life. Collaboration / cooperation between professions in health services is actually very useful for the achievement of health programs both individually and family to achieve health degrees. The purpose of this study was to identify and identify an analysis of the factors of professional collaboration in the treatment of tropical diseases in the Sumba region. This type of research uses survey methods, with analytical design. The population in this study were health workers in health services in the Sumba region, which were taken from the Kambaniru, Waingapu and Kanatang health centers in the East Sumba region. with a sample of 109 people. Research and data collection was carried out from April to August 2017. The results of the analysis of the relationship between knowledge and professional collaboration were obtained by Pearson Chy Square = 4,628a Asymp. Sig (2-sided) 0.039 <0.05 means that the value of p <α (0.05), this analysis shows that knowledge has significant influence with professional collaboration. The results of the analysis of the odds ratio = 3.13 means that respondents who are less knowledgeable will have 3 times the risk of not carrying out professional collaboration compared to those with good knowledge.