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Postpartum visits are carried out to monitor the health of the postpartum mother,
detect early and prevent complications during the postpartum period which are
carried out at least 4 times. The target for postpartum visits in Malang Regency in
2021 is still lacking, namely 88.32%. The purpose of this study was to describe the
characteristics of postpartum mothers making postpartum visits at the clinic. The
research design is a quantitative descriptive. The research sample for postpartum
mothers was 38 people. the sample was selected by using purposive sampling
technique. The research instrument is a questionnaire. The predisposing factors
studied were knowledge and attitudes. The enabling factors studied were costs,
access to transportation and distance; The reinforcing factor studied was family
The results showed that 68% of postpartum mothers made 2 postpartum visits.
Predisposing factors: 42% of postpartum mothers have sufficient knowledge and
58% of postpartum mothers have a positive attitude towards postpartum visits. In the
enabling factor variables, it was found that 100% of postpartum mothers used
personal costs for postpartum visits, 100% of postpartum mothers had easy
transportation access and 74% of postpartum mothers were home to the clinic >3
KM away. Supporting factors are known to be 61% of families of postpartum mothers
who support mothers to make postpartum visits. Health workers need to increase
knowledge variables, encourage a more positive attitude of mothers and advocate for
families to support postpartum mothers in conducting postpartum visits
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