POTENSI PROFESIONAL KESEHATAN DALAM MENJALANKAN INTERPROFESSIONAL COLLABORATION PRACTICE DI RUMAH SAKIT UNIVERSITAS HASANUDDIN

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Brajakson Siokal

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Interprofessional collaboration practice is the interaction or relationship of two or more health professionals working interdependent to provide care for patients, work together to sharing information to make decisions together, and determine the optimal time to conduct cooperation in patient care. This study aims to determine the potential of health professionals in carrying running the practice interprofessional collaboration at Hasanuddin University Hospital. This study is a qualitative research design fenomonologi. Participants in the study of 7 (seven) participants obtained through the use of purposive sampling techniques. Data was analyzed by thematic analysis to determine the theme generated. The results showed that through thematic analysis produced 4 (four) themes include: basic competencies of collaboration, success criteria interprofessional collaboration practices, barriers to adoption of interprofessional collaboration practices, and expectations of health professionals to interprofessional collaboration practices.

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Brajakson Siokal, Wahyuningsih. POTENSI PROFESIONAL KESEHATAN DALAM MENJALANKAN INTERPROFESSIONAL COLLABORATION PRACTICE DI RUMAH SAKIT UNIVERSITAS HASANUDDIN. BIGES JUKES [Internet]. 2019Aug.31 [cited 2020Oct.29];11(1):13-20. Available from: https://ejurnal.biges.ac.id/index.php/kesehatan/article/view/128
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