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PATICIPATION OF PRIVATE PRACTICES IN DOTs STRATEGY IN SURABAYA
Chatarina Umbul Wahyuni

Last modified: 2018-08-07

Abstract


Background :Tuberculosis is the main problem in the world especially in developing country. Case Notification Rate in Surabaya city 186,63 per 100.000 population in 2016. Most of pasien with early symptoms in the first time seeking care at general private practices. Private practitioners in East Surabaya have a big potensial to early detection suspect and referral to the public health sector. The general purpose of in the research is to analyse Partisipattion of private practices in DOTs Strategy.
Method : We conducted a cross sectional study conducted in Surabaya City in Indonesia. Sampel 86 general private practices with simple random sampling from 179 population private practices . Collection data with Questioners and analysis by Linier multiple regression.
Result : This research show that private practices man and women are the same percently ( 50%) , < 40 years old group are 57 respondent  (70,4%), Patient working in private sector more than in government (87,5%), Patient per day ≤ 15 patient are 59 respondent (72,8% ), The day of Practices per week ≥ 5 days are 60 respondent (74,1%), Time of practices per days ≤ 4 hour are 52 respondent (64,2%) . 82,7% private practices want to participate in Diagnose TB with sputum examination.  Participation of private practices not correlated with sex ( p= 1.00 ) , age (p=0,238  ), patient per days (p=0,530), practices per week (p=0,861), time practice per days (p= 0,861). Conclusion: Participation of private practices in DOTs Strategy are not correlation with karacteristic  private practices and history of practices

Keyword:
Tuberculosis; Private practitioners