Identification Of Student’s Perceptions About Medical Skills Learning System Of Urine Cateter Insertion At Medical Faculty Of Mataram University

  • ljuadmin
  • Achmad Mujahidin Irham Mataram University
  • Akhada Maulana
  • Arif Zuhan
  • Mohammad Rizki
Keywords: student perception, medical skills, urinary catheter insertion


Background: Mastery of students in medical skills is a very important aspect that will bridge the gap between clinical competence and knowledge of procedures. Based on the 2012 Indonesian Doctor Competency Standards, urinary catheter installation skills have 4A competencies, which means that a primary care doctor graduate must be able to do it independently. Students' perceptions of the learning system and learning environment will be the basis for maximizing and varying the learning system and environment. The Covid-19 pandemic is one of the obstacles for students in learning, especially in the field of medical skills. Where the learning system which was originally an offline method turned into online learning. Currently, the Faculty of Medicine, University of Mataram is also facing online learning skills. This study aims to determine student perceptions of the urinary catheter insertion skill learning system at the Faculty of Medicine, University of Mataram. Methods: This research is a descriptive analytic study with a cross-sectional research design in the fifth and seventh semester students of the Medical Education Study Program, Faculty of Medicine, University of Mataram. Sample filling out a questionnaire about the perception of medical skills urinal insertion. Furthermore, the search for the relationship between the learning method with the results of the main exam and whether there are differences in perceptions with the student skills learning method. Results: From 196 respondents consisting of men (34.7%) and women (65.3%), semester V (51%) and semester VII (49%) with an age range of 19-23 years. Good perception of medical skills in inserting a urinary catheter is seen from the percentage of motivational factors (96.9%), instructors (89.8%-100%), self-awareness (99%-100%), learning atmosphere (81.1%-100%). 96.9%), facilities and infrastructure (43.4%-89.3%), self-confidence (57.7%-99.5%), and clinical learning environment (89.8%). The bad perception is only found in the difference between learning on the mannequin and the patient (56.6%). The results of the bivariate study using the chi-square test found that there was no relationship between the learning method of urinary catheter insertion skills and the results of the main exam for students (p > 0.05), p = 0.474, and there was no significant difference between the level of perception and the skills learning method. student medical. Conclusion: All students have a good perception of the medical skills learning system for urinary catheter insertion. There is no relationship between learning methods and students' main exam results. And there was no significant difference between the level of perception and the student's medical skills learning method.