S Strengthening the continuous integration model through multi-professional collaboration: Community midwifery project at Salam Babaris Health Center
The existence of demands for health services today faces various phenomena, including aspects of medical services, the lack of professional health human resources, and also the uneven distribution of personnel. Likewise, in the scope of midwifery practice, innovations are needed that focus on the transfer of information, knowledge, skills, and knowledge to the community to develop how midwives position their profession as coordinators and facilitators of work between multi-professionals and other disciplines in their work programs. As in Indonesia, studies on collaborative practice are also very slightly known to this information down to the primary care level or at the individual level. This analysis uses a theoretical framework and narrative thinking. Participants in this program involve professional practitioners of primary care providers and non-professional staff as cross-program supporters, students, and accompanying lecturers. This project report describes a program developed by the Department of Midwifery, Faculty of Health, Sari Mulia University that links applied ICD-IPE learning with service practices at the Salam Babaris Health Center to provide comprehensive thematic-based maternal and child health services to reduce the incidence of anemia in pregnant women. The principle of inter-collaboration-based practice and health services has implications for best practice using a multi-professional and multidisciplinary model to become a replica program of an integrated sustainable program towards complete and comprehensive health globally.