Development of Module for Prenatal Class Program and Its Impact to Knowledge Pregnant Women at The Community Health Center
Emy Susilawati, Muh. Amir Masruhim, Susilo, Subagiyo, Maridi Lambang
Available Online June 2019.
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- prenatal class program, learning module, community health center
- Maternal and infant mortality rates are still high in developing countries. Health promotion efforts are needed to reduce the mortality rate, by increasing the knowledge of pregnant women through a prenatal class program. In fact, there is no learning media that is suitable for these needs. Research objective is to develop a module can be used in prenatal class program and find out the effects on learning outcomes in the form of maternal knowledge. The type of research used is research and development of learning materials in the form of prenatal class program modules. Research was carried out in two stages. The first phase of the development of the learning module is carried out by: (1) field and literature studies to compile draft module; (2) due diligence by validating material and design experts, and practitioners. The second stage was testing the small groups and large groups in the community health center with t test statistical tests. Results of the development concluded that the module was declared feasible to use. Test results of small and large groups that found a significant increase knowledge of pregnant women. Conclusion required modules in implementation of a prenatal class program at the community health center.
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TY - CONF AU - Emy Susilawati AU - Muh. Amir Masruhim AU - Susilo AU - Subagiyo AU - Maridi Lambang PY - 2019/06 DA - 2019/06 TI - Development of Module for Prenatal Class Program and Its Impact to Knowledge Pregnant Women at The Community Health Center BT - Educational Sciences International Conference (ESIC 2018) PB - Atlantis Press SP - 120 EP - 126 SN - 2352-5398 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/esic-18.2019.27 DO - https://doi.org/10.2991/esic-18.2019.27 ID - Susilawati2019/06 ER -