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Abstract

Tujuan: Tujuan penelitian ini adalah mengidentifikasi kebutuhan layanan komplementer pada ibu hamil di Kota Denpasar.


Metode penelitian: Penelitian ini menggunakan desain deskriptif cross-sectional pada 96 ibu hamil di Kota Denpasar yang diberikan kuisioner kebutuhan layanan komplementer


Hasil dan pembahasan: Hasil penelitian menunjukan bahwa ibu hamil dengan usia kehamilan trimester I membutuhkan layanan komplementer akupresur dan akupuntur dalam kehamilan, yoga dalam kehamilan sangat dibutuhkan oleh ibu hamil trimester II sedangkan ibu hamil trimester III membutuhkan layanan hypnobirthing atau meditasi.


Implikasi: Adanya kebutuhan akan layanan komplementer yang terintegrasi dengan pelayanan ibu hamil membuat penyedia layanan kesehatan perlu mendapatkan pelatihan terapis komplementer.

Keywords

ibu hamil kebutuhan pelayanan komplementer

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Agustini, N. K. T., & Harditya, I. K. B. (2024). Kebutuhan Pelayanan Komplementer pada Ibu Hamil di Kota Denpasar. Jurnal Bali Membangun Bali, 5(1), 45-54. Retrieved from https://ejournal.baliprov.go.id/index.php/jbmb/article/view/332

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