IMPROVEMENT IN PERCEPTION OF INTERPROFESSIONAL TEAM AFTER RECEIVING IPE TRAINING ON UNIFIED COLLABORATIVE CARE FOR DIARRHEA IN CHILDREN AMONG STUDENTS OF MAHARDIKA HEALTH COLLEGE

Citra Setyo D.A, Sunartini Sunartini, Gandes Retno R, Yani Kamasturyani

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Background: Interprofessional Education (IPE) is considered as an instrument to achieve Interprofessional Collaboration. Introducing student to the subject via verbal p\resentation is considered a good starting base. Nevertheless, using case based method generate more space for the students to interact in multi profession setting. Simulation method in addition not only introduce IPE but also improve self-confidence, knowledge, leadership, teamwork, as well as communication skill. Objectives: This research purports to understand the influence of IPE training in unified collaborative care for diarrhea in children on students perception in multi-profession team. Methods: This study is a quantitative research using pre-experimental approach and pre/posttest without control group. Students originated from Nursing program, public healthcare, Diploma 3 in Nursing and Diploma 3 in Medical Record in MAHARDIKA Health College with total sampling numbered 69 respondents. Results: Bivariate analysis using non-parametric Wilcoxcon in this research indicates significant difference in students’ perception after given treatment (p=0.0005). Conclusions: This study concludes that IPE training improved students’ perception to work in multi-profession setting.


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Perception, Interprofesional Education, Interprofesional Colaboration practice

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