The Impact of Scientific and Technical Training on Improving Routine Collection of Antenatal Care Data for Maternal and Foetal Risk Assessment: A Case Study in the Province of South Kalimantan, Indonesia

Anggraini, D, ABDOLLAHIAN, M, Marion, K, Nuryani, S, Ramadhan, F, Rahayu, R, Rachman, I and Wurianto, W 2018, 'The Impact of Scientific and Technical Training on Improving Routine Collection of Antenatal Care Data for Maternal and Foetal Risk Assessment: A Case Study in the Province of South Kalimantan, Indonesia', Journal of Pregnancy, vol. 2018, pp. 1-13.


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Title The Impact of Scientific and Technical Training on Improving Routine Collection of Antenatal Care Data for Maternal and Foetal Risk Assessment: A Case Study in the Province of South Kalimantan, Indonesia
Author(s) Anggraini, D
ABDOLLAHIAN, M
Marion, K
Nuryani, S
Ramadhan, F
Rahayu, R
Rachman, I
Wurianto, W
Year 2018
Journal name Journal of Pregnancy
Volume number 2018
Start page 1
End page 13
Total pages 13
Publisher Hindawi Publishing Corporation
Abstract Objectives. First, to assess the impact of scientific and technical training on midwives' abilities in collecting and recording the results of routine antenatal care examinations. Second, to explore midwives' views with regard to factors affecting their abilities to successfully complete the data documentation tasks. Methods. The study was conducted in South Kalimantan, Indonesia (April 2016-October 2017). Nineteen urban and rural midwives were selected. Access to antenatal care information on 4,946 women (retrospective cohort study) and 381 women (prospective cohort study) was granted. A descriptive and exploratory design was used to describe midwives' abilities and challenges pertaining to timely collection and recording of results concerning antenatal care examinations. Results. Scientific and technical training has significantly improved the average amount of recorded antenatal care data (from 17.5% to 62.1%, p-value < 0.0005). Lack of awareness, high workload, and insufficient skills and facilities are the main reasons for the database gaps. Conclusions. The training has equipped midwives with scientific knowledge and technical abilities to allow routine collection of antenatal care data. Provision and adequate use of this information during different stages of pregnancy is crucial as an evidence-based guideline to assess maternal and foetal risk factors to ending preventable mortality.
Subject Applied Statistics
DOI - identifier 10.1155/2018/9240157
Copyright notice © 2019 Dewi Anggraini et al. This is an open access article distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited.
ISSN 2090-2727
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