Nurse Competence in Implementing Public Health Care

Suprapto Suprapto

Abstract


Health development is a way of increasing awareness, willingness, and ability to live healthy for everyone so that an optimal degree of public health can be achieved. The purpose of knowing how the relationship between nurse competence and community health care activities. Methods: This study is a non-experimental study with a quantitative approach and correlation analysis. The population of all nurses who work at the public health center in Makassar City is 118 nurses who meet the criteria in their selection. Result: that there is a relationship between attitudes, skills, and competencies with the level of implementation of community health services and that there is an interaction between competence and training. The results of the competency analysis obtained an OR value of 6.429, meaning that public health center nurses who have good competence have a chance of 6.429 times to carry out community health care activities optimally. Conclusion: there is an influence between attitudes, skills, and knowledge in the implementation of public health care activities. Most dominant with the implementation of public health care is the interaction between competence and trainingHealth development is a way of increasing awareness, willingness and ability to live healthy for everyone so that an optimal degree of public health can be achieved. The purpose of knowing how the relationship between nurse competence and community health care activities. Methods: This study is a non-experimental study with a quantitative approach and correlation analysis. The population of all nurses who work at public health center in Makassar City is 118 nurses who meet the criteria in their selection. Result: that there is a relationship between attitudes, skills, and competencies with the level of implementation of community health services and that there is an interaction between competence and training. The results of the competency analysis obtained an OR value of 6.429, meaning that public health center nurses who have good competence have a chance of 6.429 times to carry out community health care activities optimally. Conclusion: that there is an influence between attitudes, skills and knowledge in the implementation of public health care activities. Most dominant with the implementation of public health care is the interaction between competence and training

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