Husband Support, Distance And Knowledge With Choice Of Labor
Jurnal Kebidanan Malahayati
: Data from the Indonesian Health Profile published in 2016, from 5,007,191 mothers giving birth, 4,433,738 people (88.55%) chose a place of delivery, namely puskesmas, clinics and hospitals, and 573,453 mothers who gave birth at home or at a traditional birth attendant Purpose : the relationship between husband's support, distance, and mother's knowledge with the choice of place of delivery. Methode : The nature of this research is an analytic survey with a cross sectional design, the data
... ces are secondary data and primary data, the place of research is in Marendal I Village, Patumbaj District, Deli Serdang Regency. The number of respondents is 76 mothers. The data was grouped using univariate and bivariate methods, while the calculation was done using the chi square test with a comparison of p value < p Value 0.005 Results : The results of the chi-square test are the relationship between husband's support (p = 0.003), distance (p = 0.001), knowledge (p = 0.000) with the choice of place of delivery. Conclusion : The conclusion of this study is that there is a relationship between husband's support, distance, and knowledge with the choice of place of delivery. Suggestions are expected for health workers to be able to provide more information to pregnant women about the importance of giving birth in health facilities. Suggestion : Health workers should provide accurate information both in terms of print media and social media about the importance of choosing a place of delivery, if necessary, make home visits, and create learning facilities for pregnant women.