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Interprofessional education for reproductive health service: a review

  • Wiwik Afridah ,
  • Trimartiana ,
  • Prihartini Widiyanti ,
  • Mochammad Bagus Qomaruddin ,


Safe and quality health services are to avoid interruption of communication between health professionals. Reproductive health services for adolescents can be improved by providing comprehensive reproductive health services. One of the efforts to realize effective collaboration between professions is by training students to use the interprofessional education learning method. This review aims to comprehensively discuss student inter-professionalism to combine various attributes, including self-confidence, flexibility in managing conflict, and commitment to promoting adolescent reproductive health. Study Review and data collection were conducted between 2010 and 2019. Health Promotion Model (HPM) can improve health promotion behavior, identify the quality of life, and predict changes in factors influencing health promotion behavior. Quality adolescent reproductive health services by improving communication skills, teamwork, care, ethics, and responsibility in interprofessional education. Interprofessional education can be effective if students have self-awareness and a good level of self-confidence. The students with health majors have opportunities to train in the application of interprofessional education in the health education curriculum, which can improve communication skills and work in teams. To gain competency of mutual respect, keep the ethic, communicate effectively, work in teams, care, and be responsible, one must be given training about Interprofessional Education with additional self-awareness owned by students in implementing adolescent reproductive health services. Understanding the factor of the Health Promotion Model (HPM) can positively contribute to increasing student self-confidence as a Reproductive Health Peer Educator.


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Wiwik Afridah, Trimartiana, Prihartini Widiyanti, & Mochammad Bagus Qomaruddin. (2023). Interprofessional education for reproductive health service: a review. Bali Medical Journal, 12(3), 3352–3357.




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