Systematic Review Attitude And Motivation To Cadre Pereormance

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Reni Kusuma
Hesty Yuliasari


Public health is promoted and monitored by puskesmas whose implementation is assisted by the community. The community is given an understanding that health efforts need to be pursued from all parties both from the government and the community. People who willingly join the activity are made cadres. Cadres come from community members who have a high commitment and dedication to make efforts to develop the independence and welfare of the community and move the organization to realize the vision of the mission. The purpose of this study is to find out systematic review attitude and motivation towards cadre performance. The methods in this study used PICOC research question formulations namely Population (P), Intervention (I), Comparison (C), Outcomes (O), and Context (C). The next process of literature review research protocol consists of 7 aspects, namely Background. Research Questions, Search Terms, Selection Criteria, Quality Checklist and Procedures, Data Extraction Strategy, and Data Synthesis Strategy. The initial stage of article selection found 111 articles after further matched selected 55 articles (49.5%), the next article corresponding to the research topic amounted to 14 articles (12.6%). The results of the cadre attitude search were not measured individually but included in the study of motivational topics. The motivation that arises in the cadre starts from financial motivation and non-finalsial motivation. Not all cadre performance is based on financial motivation alone, but it also requires appreciation and recognition to improve the commitment and performance of cadres. Cadres also need training and mentoring support or ongoing coaching in carrying out their duties.


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