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dc.creatorBasuki, Bastaman; Department of Community Medicine, Faculty of Medicine, Universitas Indonesia
dc.creatorPriyudha, Pamela A.; Department of Community Medicine, Faculty of Medicine, Universitas Indonesia
dc.creatorIsmail, R. Irawati; Department of Psychiatry, Faculty of Medicine, Universitas Indonesia
dc.date2013-07-04
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dc.identifierhttp://ejournal.litbang.depkes.go.id/index.php/HSJI/article/view/3090
dc.identifier10.22435/hsji.v4i1 Jun.3090.11-16
dc.identifier.urihttp://r2kn.litbang.kemkes.go.id:8080/handle/123456789/80980
dc.descriptionAbstrakLatar belakang: Beberapa faktor stresor kerja dapat meningkatkkan ketidakpusasan kerja. Tujuan penelitian ini untuk mengidentifikasi beberapa faktor dominan terkait dengan ketidakpusasan kerja.Metode: Studi potong lintgang dengan sampling purposif yang dilakukan pada bulan April-Juli 2011. Subyek terdiri dari mahasiswa pascasarjana dan dosen Fakultas Kedokteran Universitas Indonesia. Regresi linier digunakan untuk menganalisis data. Hasil: Peserta terdiri dari 306 subyek, berusia 23-47 tahun, mayoritas perempuan (61,4%), menikah, dan tidak pernah mengikuti pelatihan manajemen stres. Sedangkan pekerjaan saat ini/sebelumnya adalah dalam pelayanan kesehatan, atau pejabat pemerintah. Tingkat ketidakpuasan kerja berkaitan dengan tujuh faktor: yang tertinggi ialah kurangnya dukungan dari atasan, dan yang terendah ialah melakukan layanan di luar jam kerja. Satu poin kurang dukungan atasan akan meningkatkan ketidakpuasan kerja sebesar 1,26 [koefisien regresi (β) = 1,26, P = 0,000); satu poin untuk menyediakan layanan di luar jam kerja akan meningkatkan 0,61 poin ketidakpuasan kerja (β= 0,6, P = 0,001). Kesimpulan: Kurangnya dukungan atasan dan interaksi dengan rekan kerja, peran organisasi ambiguitas, prosedur birokrasi, memberikan pelayanan di luar jam kerja, dan umpan balik yang tidak memadai dari pasien akan meningkatkan ketidakpuasan kerja. (Health Science Indones 2013;1:11-6)Kata kunci:ketidakpuasan kerja, stresor kerja, dokterAbstractBackground:Several factors of work stressors may increase a person’s job dissatisfaction level. This study aimed to identify several dominant factors related to job dissatisfaction among medical doctors. Methods: A cross-sectional study with purposive sampling was conducted in April-July 2011. Subjects consisted of postgraduate students and faculty members of the Faculty of Medicine, Universitas Indonesia. Linear regression was used to analyze the data. Results: The participants consisted of 306 subjects, aged 23-47 years old, the majority were female (61.4%), married, current/previous work was in health services, government officials and never had stress management training. Job dissatisfaction level related to seven factors, the highest was having lack of support from superiors and the lowest was being required to provide services outside normal working hours. One point of having lack of support from superiors increased job dissatisfaction by 1.26 [regression coeffisient (β) = 1.26; P=0.000); one point of being required to provide services outside normal working hours increased job dissatisfaction by 0.61 point (β= 0.6; P=0.001).Conclusion:Lack of superiors’ support and interaction with colleagues, role organization ambiguity, bureaucratic procedures, having to provide services outside normal working hours, and inadequate feedback from patients all increased job dissatisfaction. (Health Science Indones 2013;1:11-6) Keywords: job dissatisfaction, work stressor, medical doctorsid-ID
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dc.publisherBadan Penelitian dan Pengembangan Kesehatanen-US
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dc.rightsUnder the terms of Indonesian Goverment Copyright Law, Health Science Journal of Indonesia must formally obtain transfer of copyright before an article can be published. Health Science Journal of Indonesia grants to the author (and to all coauthors) the right to present orally in any forum all or part of the work. It is also stipulated that all graphics including figures, tables and charts may be republished with permission from Health Science Journal of Indonesia. In consideration of the fact that Health Science Journal of Indonesia undertakes to publish my article: I affirm that the material has not been previously published and that I (and my coauthors) own and have not transferred elsewhere any rights to the article.I affirm that I (and my coauthors) have obtained written permission to use any previously copyrighted material included in the article and that such documentation will be forwarded to Health Science Journal of Indonesia simultaneously with the article. I further affirm that I (and my coauthors) have stated any possible conflicts of interest within the article.I (and my coauthors) hereby assign and transfer to Health Science Journal of Indonesia all rights of copyright ownership and permission to the article, including without limitation or restriction, all rights of reproduction, derivation, distribution, sale, reuse, and display of the of the work, in whole or in part, including recompilation and stand-alone publication, in any and all forms of media now or hereafter known, including all electronic and digital media, as protected by the laws of the Republic of Indonesia and foreign countries and to authorize others to make such uses of the work. These rights will become the property of Health Science Journal of Indonesia from the date of acceptance of the article for publication and extend for the life of the copyright. I understand that Health Science Journal of Indonesia, as copyright owner, has authority to grant permission to reproduce the article.
dc.sourceHealth Science Journal of Indonesia; Vol 4, No 1 Jun (2013); 11-16en-US
dc.sourceHealth Science Journal of Indonesia; Vol 4, No 1 Jun (2013); 11-16id-ID
dc.subjecthealthid-ID
dc.subjectjob dissatisfaction, work stressor, medical doctorsid-ID
dc.subjectHealthid-ID
dc.titleSeveral factors increased job dissatisfaction among medical doctors in Indonesiaid-ID
dc.typePeer-reviewed Articleen-US


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