PROGRAM KEMITRAAN MASYARAKAT BAGI KELOMPOK KADER TENGGUH MASA NEW NORMAL DALAM PEMANTAUAN IBU HAMIL DENGAN PEMANFAATAN BUKU KIA DI WILAYAH PUSKESMAS MULYOREJO KOTA MALANG

Authors

  • Suprapti Poltekkes Kemenkes Malang
  • Reni Wahyu Triningsih Poltekkes Kemenkes Malang
  • Didien Ika Setyarini Poltekkes Kemenkes Malang

Keywords:

Partnership, cadres, pregnant women

Abstract

One of the main investments in health development in Indonesia is human resources.
In its implementation, it is manifested in the form of disease prevention (preventive)
activities, health promotion (promotive), disease treatment (curative), and health recovery
(rehabilitative). However, early 2020 there was a pandemic of COVID-19 infection that can
affect anyone. With this condition, it is possible to have an effect on the high maternal
mortality rate (MMR). Therefore, this condition requires physical, physical readiness,
especially for pregnant women and children who are categorized as susceptible to infection
and require close supervision 'in the COVID-19 pandemic situation, on the other hand there
is a limitation of almost all routine services including health services. maternal and neonatal.
The situation above, can cause pregnant women to be reluctant to go to puskesmas or other
health service facilities for fear of contracting, the arrangement of pregnancy examinations
and classes of pregnant women with health protocols, as well as the unpreparedness of
services in terms of personnel and infrastructure including Personal Protective Equipment.
This service activity is carried out by means of online training with this community service
partner is Puskesmas Mulyorejo Malang City, where the target target of this training activity
is health cadres. The purpose of this activity is to carry out a partnership program with the
target of monitoring pregnant women using the MCH handbook. The results of this
community service activity were the formation of tough cadres during the pandemic and
increased knowledge of health cadres' skills in monitoring pregnant women using the KIA
book during the Cofid-19 pandemic

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Published

2021-05-07