COMPASSIONATE BEHAVIORAL TRAINING GENERAL PRACTITIONER AT HEALTH CENTERS IN THE DISTRICT JOMBANG
Ade Armada Sutedja*, Jusuf Irianto and Sunarjo
Medical disputes arising between doctors and patients, about 80% triggered by lack of communication. Communications relating to compassionate behavior, then do compassionate behavioral training general practitioners to patients. The first phase of the research resulted compassionate behavior module based NFGDT (Nominal Focused Group Discussion Technique) and the synthesis of theory of planned behavior, self-compassion and mindfullness. Then do the test model with a second phase of research, type of research is a quasi-experimental design with non-equivalent control group designs. The study was conducted at 34 health centers in Jombang, 34 physicians were divided into 2 groups: 17 physicians were given treatment and 17 general practitioners as control. Assessment on the dimensions of cognitive, affective and behavioral conducted by questionnaire, radiesthesia and aura photos before and after treatment. Compassionate behavior training can increase cognitive dimension but can not increase the dimension affective and behavioral general practitioners. However, the measurement results with radieshesia and aura photos resemblance pattern.
Keywords: cognitive, affektive, compassionate behavior, radiesthesia, and aura photo.
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