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Vol. 30. Núm. S6.
The 4th International Conference Hospital Administration (ICHA4)
Páginas 102-106 (Octubre 2020)
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Vol. 30. Núm. S6.
The 4th International Conference Hospital Administration (ICHA4)
Páginas 102-106 (Octubre 2020)
DOI: 10.1016/j.enfcli.2020.06.023
Interprofessional collaboration in pre-anesthesia assessment: Exploring provider's knowledge, attitude, and behaviors
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Else Agustinaa,b, Viera Wardhanib,
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viera_w.fk@ub.ac.id

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, Asti Melani Astaric
a University of Muhammadiyah Malang General Hospital East Java, Indonesia
b Post Graduate Program in Hospital Management, Faculty of Medicine Universitas Brawijaya, Malang East Java, Indonesia
c School of Nursing Faculty of Medicine Universitas Brawijaya, Malang East Java, Indonesia
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Abstract
Objective

To explore the interprofessional collaboration knowledge, attitude, and behavior among care providers when performing pre-anesthesia assessment.

Method

A survey using closed-ended questionnaires was carried out with 80 respondents (67 nurses, and 13 specialist physicians) in a private hospital with 130 beds. A descriptive and path analysis was performed.

Result

Care providers showed a relative good interprofessional collaboration attitude (75.45), and behaviors (77.92) but a lack understanding of pre-anesthesia assessment (50.95) and interprofessional collaboration (68.17) was revealed. Weakness was noted in the physician's autonomy dimension of attitude (50.88) and isolation dimension of behavior (73.00). The path analysis found no significant correlation between knowledge and behaviors but has a low negative correlation with attitude. The attitude itself has a significant negative association with behaviors.

Conclusion

Care providers need to have a better understanding related to interprofessional collaboration in pre-anesthesia assessment.

Keywords:
Pre-anesthesia assessment
Interprofessional collaboration
Knowledge
Attitude
Behavior

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