Hery Wibowo, Retty Ratnawati, Dian Susmarini, Kumboyono Kumboyono



Dokter dan perawat adalah dua profesi yang paling sering berhubungan di ruang emergency. Hubungan yang memiliki masalah akan menghambat jalannya kolaborasi di ruang emergency. Kolaborasi yang baik terbukti dapat meningkatkan kesembuhan pasien. Pengalaman akan ketidaksetaraan kelompok profesional yang dapat menghambat kolaborasi interprofessional. Untuk mengatasi masalah ini diperlukan pengetahuan tentang pengalaman perawat berkolaborasi dengan dokter di ruang emergency. Tujuan dari penelitian ini untuk mengeksplorasi pengalaman perawat dalam melakukan kolaborasi dengan dokter di ruang emergency. Metode penelitian ini adalah kualitatif dengan pendekatan fbnomenologi interpretif. Informan dalam penelitian ini sebanyak lima orang perawat ruang emergency dan dianalisis dengan menggunakan Miles dan Huberman. Hasil dari penefitian ini didapatkan enam tema yaitu persepsi perawat sebagai bawahan dokter, menentang denganstatus perawat sebagai bawahan dokter, ada empati mengharap kesembuhan pasien, pendukung dan penghambatkaloborasi dan harapan meningkatkan kompetensi, harga diri dan pengakuan sebagai perawat. Pengalaman inibisa dijadikan dasar pendidikan untuk melengkapi keahlian berkomunikasi kepada dokter dan membekali dengan keahlian di bidang emergency serta kompetensi kolaborasi yang lain dengan praktek dan pendidikan interprofessional, Kesimpulan, temuan dari investigasi para informan ini memberikan dukungan untuk inisiatifpendidikan yang bertujuan mengembangkan praktek kolaborasi perawat dokter antara professional kesehatan yang bekerja di ruang emergency agar lebih memperkuat kolaborasi antar tim kesehatan.


Kata kunci : kolaborasi, pengalaman perawat, dokter, interprofessional


Physician and nurses were two professions most often associated in the emergency. Relationships that have problems could obstacle the course of collaboration in emergency room. A good collaboration has proved can improve the healing of patients. The experience of a professional group inequalities could hindercollaboration interprofessional. To resolve this problem required a klowledge of nursing experience collaborating with doctors in the emergency room. The purpose of this research was to explore the experiences of nurses in collaboration with the doctors in the emergency setting. Qualitative research method withinterpretive phenomenology approach was used. Informants in this study as many as five emergency room nurseand analyzed with Miles and Huberman. The results of this research obtained six themes namely the perceptions ofnurses as physician subordinate, nurse opposed status as auxiliary physicians, there was empathy in the hope of healing patients, advocates and a barrier to collaboration and hope improve competence, self-esteem andrecognition as a nurse. This experience could be basic education to furnish expertise communicate to the physician and equip with expertise in the field of emergency and competence collaboration another by practiceand education interprofessional. Conclusions, findings from the investigation of this informant provides support for educational initiatives aimed at developing the practice of a nurse practitioner collaboration between health care professionals that work at the emergency room in order to further strengthen the collaboration among health care teams.


Keywords : collaboration, nurse experience, physician, interprofessional

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