Proceedings of the International Conference of Health Development. Covid-19 and the Role of Healthcare Workers in the Industrial Era (ICHD 2020)

Analysis of Individual Factors on Mother’s Behavior in the First Neonatal Visit (KN1) in 8 Provinces in Indonesia

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Triseu Setianingsih
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Available Online 25 November 2020.
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Keywords
First neonatal visit (KN1), birth attendant, place of delivery, satisfaction with health services, Complete pregnancy check-up, pregnancy counseling, Mother’s Education
Abstract
Most of the neonatal deaths that occur after 6-48 hours postpartum can be prevented with appropriate newborn care and started immediately after delivery through adequate and standardized first neonatal visits (KN1) (WHO, 2012). However, the KN1 coverage in Indonesia is still not in accordance with the expected target. This study aims to analyze the factors that influence the behavior of mothers in conducting the First Neonatal Visit (KN1) in 8 provinces in Indonesia. This research is a quantitative study with cross sectional method. The sample used in this study were 1014 infant mothers in 8 provinces in Indonesia. Data analysis was performed through univariate, bivariate, and multivariate analysis with the Logistic Regression Test. The statistical test results showed that of the 6 variables studied, there were 3 variables that had a P value <0.05, namely Childbirth Assistance (P. Value = 0.000, OR = 3.270 with CI 2.272 - 4.705), Place of delivery (P. Value = 0.000, OR = 1.799 with CI = 1.384 - 2.338) and pregnancy counseling (P. value = 0.001, OR = 1.625 with CI = 1.222 - 2.162). The final model equation formed is: KN1 logit = -1,300 + 1,100 * birth attendant + 0.304 * pregnancy counseling + 0.073 * maternal education. The conclusions in this study were: The most dominant factor was birth attendant with OR = 3.005 at 95% CI (2.075 - 4.353). Mothers who give birth in health workers 3,005 have a greater chance of having the first neonatal visit (KN1) after controlling for the variables of pregnancy counseling and education. It is hoped that all people and health workers to optimize the role of midwives in assisting childbirth and efforts for pregnant women to get quality pregnancy counseling in which it is directed and motivated to continue to carry out neonatal examinations, especially during the 6-48 hours after birth.
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