A STUDY ON THE IMPLEMENTATION OF ‘RELACTOR’ NURSING DELEGATION MODEL BY DELEGATED NURSE AT SEMARANG
Background: Leader nurses and nurses are the acceptors of a nursing delegation from the chief nurse as a form of nursing management through nursing delegation. The 'Relactor' Nursing Delegation Model (MDK’R’) is one of the nursing delegation models in nursing management. Objective: The study was aimed to find out the implementation of MDK’R’ by the delegated nurse in some components including responsibility, accountability, and authority at Semarang’s hospital. Method: It was a descriptive quantitative study. The instrument used was a set of questionnaires which passed the validity and reliability test with r calculate >r table. The subject of the study was 73 nursing delegation acceptors consisting of 11 male nurses and 62 female nurses. The study was conducted at 3 inpatient wards of a hospital in Semarang. Result: The study found that the implementation of MDK’R’ by the of the three components; responsibility, accountability, and authority showed that the implemented responsibility was good enough with 67.1%, the implementation of accountability was good with 89%, and the implementation of authority was good with 47.9%. Conclusion: This study showed that the implementation of MDK’R’ by the nurses accepting nursing delegation in terms of responsibility, accountability, and authority was scored as good.