Nusantara Community Development Journal <p><strong>Nusantara Community Development Journal (NCDJ)</strong> is a peer-reviewed academic journal published two times per year. The journal particularly aims to advance theory, practice, research, and policy in effort to make a significant and novel contribution to the field of community health development. Accordingly, the journal welcomes research article, review, and report of community activities in the educative, promotive, and preventive, especially in the health sector.</p> <p><strong>Submitting to the Journal</strong></p> <p>NCDJ utilizes an online submission and peer review platform that provides authors with the ability to monitor the progress of their manuscript, leading to faster processing times. To ensure efficient handling of submissions, NCDJ only accepts manuscripts submitted through this platform. Authors must create a NCDJ account to submit their work. Any manuscripts submitted through alternative channels will be automatically disregarded. For detailed instructions on our submission system, please consult the <a href="" target="_blank" rel="noopener">Author Guidelines.</a></p> en-US (Nusantara Community Development Journal) (Muhammad Asrir) Wed, 25 Oct 2023 07:38:28 +0000 OJS 60 Pendampingan Kader Puskesmas dalam Penanggulangan TBC melalui Pendekatan Kolaborasi Interprofesi <table> <tbody> <tr> <td> <p><strong><em>Introduction</em></strong><em>: The Tuberculosis (TBC) elimination strategy called the End TB Strategy has a mission to achieve Zero TB by 2050. An interprofessional collaborative approach starting from doctors, nurses, pharmacists, health cadres and the community to help, not only in terms of supervising treatment, but also in the early detection of TB infection. Apart from guidelines regarding active TB, currently there are government guidelines regarding the management of Latent TB Infection which need to be socialized, especially to cadres in primary health facilities so that they can be implemented in the community.</em></p> <p><strong><em>Method</em></strong><em>: This activity is carried out with counseling which takes place interactively with an interprofessional collaboration approach consisting of doctors, nurses and health workers. The material presented was about active TB and latent TB infection as well as the role of various health workers and the community and emphasized the importance of implementing interprofessional collaboration at the community health center level in eradicating TB. Evaluation of activities is carried out by filling in post-test sheets distributed to counseling participants which contain questions related to the material that has been provided.</em></p> <p><strong><em>Results</em></strong><em>: This activity was attended by 50 people consisting of doctors, nurses, health workers from the puskesmas and cadres who are the fostered community at the Cenderawasih Makassar Health Center. After counseling, participants who were able to answer correctly above 8 numbers were 86% of the total participants, namely 43 participants. The number of participants who answered correctly illustrates the level of knowledge of participants in general who really understand the topic given.</em></p> </td> </tr> </tbody> </table> <p><strong><em>Conclusion</em></strong><em>: The TB elimination strategy to achieve Zero TB by 2050 can be carried out with an interprofessional collaborative approach involving various parties, not only health workers, but also assistance from the community.</em></p> Irawaty Djaharuddin, Jamaluddin Madolangan, Sri Ramadany, Hasan Nyambe, Kartika Paramita, Andi Indahwaty Sidin, Dwi Anggita Copyright (c) 2023 Nusantara Community Development Journal Wed, 25 Oct 2023 00:00:00 +0000