Ponkesdes Development into Community Nursing Center Based Health Promotion Model, Nursing Center and Behavioral Performance

Miftachul Munir, Nursalam ., R.S. Triyoga


Introduction: The vision of development in East Java is to realize a prosperous society and morals. In order to improve public health, as one of the measures to achieve this vision will require proximity access and improving the quality of health services in the community. Health cottage village (Ponkesdes) is a basic health services located in the village or villages that are part of the development of village midwife (Polindes). The aim of this study was to develop into a Community Nursing Center Ponkesdes based Health Promotion Model Theory, Nursing Center, and Performance Behavior nurse.

Methods: The study design was an observational analytic consisting of two phases, namely the implementation of the exploratory and descriptive exploration causa effect. The population used in this study were nurses ponkesdes Tuban district that fit inclusion criteria as much as 20, with a sample of 20 respondents were determined using simple techniques saturated. The independent variable in this study is Nursing Center, Health Promotion and Behavior Model Performance dependent variable is the commitment and the action plan ponkesdes duty nurse. Instruments used in the collection of data in the form of questionnaires and data results focused discussion. Analysis of studies using the Partial Least Square.

Results: This study showed a significant effect on Nursing Center nurse commitment Ponkesdes (t = 3.197). Health Promotion Model a significant effect on the commitment of nurses Ponkesdes (t = 2.185). Commitment nurses significantly influence nurses task Ponkesdes (t = 29.546).

Discussion and Conclusions: Model development of community nursing center Ponkesdes be very relevant to be applied to programs that can improve the health and can be a solution for institutions of public health services.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5296/ijhrs.v5i4.8313

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