Bidan, Perawat & Semua Tenaga Kesehatan Harus Punya Izin Praktik

Tenaga kesehatan seperti bidan, perawat, apoteker, sanitarian, ahli gizi, petugas Kesehatan Masyarakat (Kesmas), dan analis laboratorium diharuskan memiliki izin praktik mulai 2011.

Selama ini tenaga kesehatan yang diwajibkan punya izin praktik hanya dokter dan dokter gigi. Nantinya tenaga kesehatan yang belum memiliki STR (Surat Tanda Registrasi) layaknya dokter tidak boleh praktik dan bekerja di pelayanan kesehatan serta diragukan kualitasnya.

“Di tahun 2011, semua tenaga kesehatan terutama tenaga strategis seperti bidan perawat harus memiliki STR dan izin praktik. Ini dilakukan untuk memenuhi kualitas dan menyamaratakan standar tenaga kesehatan di seluruh Indonesia,” ujar Dra. Meinarwati, Apt, Mkes, Kepala Pusat Pemberdayaan Profesi dan Tenaga Kesehatan Luar Negeri PPSDM Kesehatan, di Gedung Kemenkes, Jakarta, Jumat (10/12/2010).

Menurut Dra Mei, sekarang ini belum ada standar yang dapat memenuhi kualitas tenaga kesehatan di Indonesia. Selain itu, tenaga kesehatan juga belum memiliki STR (Surat Tanda Registrasi) layaknya dokter dan dokter gigi.

“Sekolah perawat dan bidan kan banyak di Indonesia, tapi tidak semua terakreditasi dengan baik. Jadi dengan ditetapkannya regulasi ini, akan membuat sekolah-sekolah tenaga kesehatan untuk dapat meningkatkan mutunya. Selain itu juga menjamin kompetensi tenaga kesehatan yang bekerja di pelayanan kesehatan,” jelas Dra Mei lebih lanjut.

Selain meningkatkan mutu pelayanan kesehatan yang diberikan tenaga kesehatan, peraturan ini dapat melindungi masyarakat atas tindakan yang dilakukan tenaga kesehatan, juga memberikan kepastian hukum bagi masyarakat yang dilayani dan tenaga kesehatan itu sendiri. Continue reading Bidan, Perawat & Semua Tenaga Kesehatan Harus Punya Izin Praktik

International Nursing Conference and Workshop on Critical Care Nursing 2010

“Trends in managing patient with chest trauma in emergency and intensive care settings”. The emergency and critical condition accidentally occurs in our everyday life. This situation needs nurses who are able to handle the condition appropriately. in order to improve nurse knowledge and skills with regards to chest trauma, Faculty of Nursing Airlangga University Surabaya – Indonesia will hold a join conference and workshop with Parkway College Singapore on December 11th – 12th, 2010.
We believe that this conference and workshop are designed to fullfill the need of knowledgeable and skilled nurses by transferring the contemporary theory and practice in managing patient with chest trauma, supported by experienced facilitators.
Call for Papers
All nurses and other interested health profesisionals are invited to present their abstracts for oral and poster presentation with regard to critical care. The abstract will be published as a proceeding.
Speaker:
Day 1, Conference: Trends in Managing Patients with Chest Trauma
1. Edmund Khng Yong Meng (Parkway College Singapore)
“Nursing care of chest trauma patients in ICU”
2. Teguh Sylvaranto, dr., Sp.AnK.IC (RSU Dr. Soetomo Surabaya)
“Management of chest trauma patients in pre hospital setting”
3. April Purwanto Basoeki, dr., Sp.An (RSU Dr. Soetomo Surabaya)
“Management of chest trauma patients in emergency setting”br
4. Hardiono, dr., Sp.AnK.IC (RSU Dr. Soetomo Surabaya)
“Management of chest trauma patients ICU”
5. Senja Setiaka, S.Kep.Ns. (RSU Dr. Soetomo Surabaya)
“Nursing care of chest trauma patients in emergency setting”

Day 2, Workshop: Management of Patients with Chest Trauma
1. Edmund Khng Yong Meng (Parkway College Singapore)
“Nursing care of chest trauma patients in ICU: Chest physiotherapy positioing,suctioning”
2. April Purwanto Basoeki, dr., Sp.An (RSU Dr. Soetomo Surabaya)
“Primary survey and transportation”
3. Hardiono, dr., SpAnK.IC (RSU Dr. Soetomo Surabaya)
“Initial setting of mechanical ventilation”

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