Analysis of understanding of midwife students of midwife care as the impact of online learning
Keywords:COVID-19, midwife students, midwifery care, online learning, understanding
The purpose of this study was to analyze the understanding of midwifery students towards midwifery care as a result of online learning at the midwifery academy of Tahirah Al Baeti Bulukumba. This study is a quantitative descriptive study, a form of activity by measuring the level of understanding of students to family planning midwifery care as a result of online learning and probability sampling techniques with a total of 45 respondents. Analysis of data in this study is obtained from research instruments in the form of quantitative data. Quantitative data are obtained from the results of data processing case tests and surveys. The results of the study of Student Understanding Before and During the COVID-19 Pandemic on the creation of Family Planning Midwifery Care, namely an increase in understanding of the creation of family planning midwifery care by 20%, shows that students actively remain disciplined in carrying out learning activities through online, namely by self-study after online learning and able to understand the lecture materials provided by lecturers.
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