Journal of Health Education Research & Development

ISSN: 2380-5439

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Performance Analysis and Implications of Operational Procedures Service Standard Guidelines for Internships and Research Paper


Fauzie Rahman, Fahrini Yulidasari, Meitria Syahadatina N, Dian Rosadi, Atikah Rahayu, Nur Laily and Hadianor H

Objective: Study is to analyze the factors that influence the performance of lecturers in carrying out the teaching and learning process, especially in the internship and thesis programs in the Public Health Study Program, Faculty of Medicine, University of Lambung Mangkurat and efforts that must be made to improve lecturer performance and service in the guidance process to college student.

Sample: The sample in this study was taken from a total population of 30 permanent educators/lecturers.

Methods: The study also used the survey method with the aid of the questionnaire as the main instrument of data collection.

Results: The most age groups as scientific papers and Internship supervisors are the 30-37 year age group (47.3%). The education of respondents who are mentors for internships and Eastern Indonesia is mostly educated S2 (73.7%). The working period of the respondents who become the intern and guidance counselor as large is included in the old category (78.9%). The perception of scientific papers guidance performance shown is the perception of performance in the good category (100%). The perception of the performance of apprenticeship guidance shown is the perception of performance in the good category (100%). Perceptions of motivation of respondents who become mentors for internships are all in the high category (100%). The guiding satisfaction by the respondents is all in the category of feeling satisfied with the benefits received (100%). Perception of scientific papers guidance supervision and internships all have good perceptions of scientific papers guidance and internships (100%).


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