The Effect of Collaborative Handling on Community Mental Health Nursing Services
Service collaboration in the community occurs in the working relationship between health workers/sources/community leaders in providing services to patients/clients/individuals in conducting discussions about diagnoses, cooperation in health services, mutual consultation or communication and each is responsible for the scope of work in the job. The purpose of this study was to analyze the effectiveness of collaborative handling in community mental health nursing services (CMHN). This study found an important role in the practice of providing services for people with mental disorders (ODGJ), describing an increase in the independent ability of ODGJ (rang dengan Gangguan Jiwa (People with Mental Disorders), and the effectiveness of handling collaboration in the implementation of Interprofessional Collaboration (IPC). The practice of collaboration between Health Officers and Community Leaders or officers at NISWA is a process of intervening in more than one profession, completing one task to achieve goals, and optimizing services to ODGJ. This condition is evidenced by collaboration services having a positive and significant effect on CMHN. A synergy of collaboration was found between Health workers/sources/community leaders as Reform Agents on the role of Health Workers by jointly providing Interprofessional Collaboration (IPC) in the implementation of CMHN at NISWA
Keywords:Community Leader, Inter-Professional Collaboration/IPC, Community Mental Health Nursing/CMHN
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