Optimization of team method as efficiency strategy of nurses's workload: Mini project at military hospital in Jakarta

Hany Wihardja, RR. TUTIK SRI HARIYATI, Desnita Fitri

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Abstract

Nursing workforce and workload greatly affect the model of delivery of nursing care. The aim of this paper is to identify the process of optimizing team methods at Military Hospital in Jakarta conducted during the residency program. Project activity begins with situation analysis using Strength-Weakness-Opportunity-Threats (SWOT) analysis, problem identification through fish-bone analysis, problem priority setting, action plans making, implementation, and evaluation. The initial assessment sample involved 62 randomly selected sample nurses in 11 wards. The sample on implementation involves 21 team leader nurses at Jakarta Military Hospital. The problem that arises from the initial assessment is the implementation of team method, especially about the imbalance division of tasks between each nurse. The evaluation shows that 100% of the team leaders have good knowledge in making daily plans and team personnel division, but the implementation cannot be maximized. The recommendation is to strengthen the regulation of team method and increase the number of professional nurses to become a team leader at Jakarta Military Hospital.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)67-76
JournalInternational Journal of Medicine and Pharmaceutical Science (IJMPS)
Volume8
Issue number1
Publication statusPublished - 1 Feb 2018

Keywords

  • Nursing Staff, Workload & Team Method

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