Determinanten voor het gebruik van de KNMG-meldcode huiselijk geweld en kindermishandeling

Blömer, Daisy (2013) Determinanten voor het gebruik van de KNMG-meldcode huiselijk geweld en kindermishandeling.

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Abstract:In the fall of 2008 announced State Secretary Bussemaker of Health, welfare and sport and the ministers Hirsch Ballin and Rouvoet of youth and families a Bill in which to organizations and independent professionals a duty is imposed to a reporting code to handle for domestic violence and child abuse (Ministry of health, welfare and sport, 2012). This report key is required to go from July 1st 2013 when identifying use of domestic violence and child abuse (State insurance, n.d.). The reporting code for domestic violence and child abuse describes in five steps what a professional reader should do when a presumption of violence occurs. An organization or self-employed reader makes the report key specific to their own practice (Ministry of public health and sport, 2012). The KNMG has her own KNMG reporting code child abuse and domestic violence for general practitioners. This is an extension of the already existing code/rules against domestic violence and child abuse in 2008.This consists of two separate roadmaps, one for child abuse and one for adult violence (KNMG, 2012). When creating the questionnaire for this research were the stimulating and obstructing factors for use by the KNMG-reporting code implemented. In the development of the questionnaire they used the deployment model of Grol and Wensing (2011), that looks at the problem analysis, target group and setting. In the development of the questionnaire they did use the model of Grol and Wensing (2011),that looks at the problem analysis, target group and setting. This is charted through the investigation of Fleuren et al. (2012), that looks at the characteristics of the person who adopts the innovation. This is doing by means of the ASE-model Bolman et al. (2004) based on de Vries (1988). This questionnaire has been sent under 350 general practitioners who are members of the GP circuit of Twente. It has been found that that forecasters observed knowledge, usability, personal advantage and disadvantage, self-efficacy, collaboration and patient satisfaction and attitude a positive and significant positive correlation with the intention. The forecasters who have a positive significance cohesion with the construct using the reporting code are: social support, self-efficacy, cooperation and patient satisfaction. After that, with the predictors that a positive, significant correlation with the intention to have a multivariate analysis. Which has been found that the predictors personal advantage and disadvantage and collaboration and patient satisfaction have an influencing factor on the intention. They also have an influencing factor on the use of the sign code. Finally, there is a multivariate analyze performed on the item level. This is done through the items of the individual advantages and disadvantages and cooperation and patient satisfaction with the intention. Intention is divided into two groups, low and high. Four items of personal advantages and disadvantages have a predictive value and three items of cooperation and patient satisfaction.
Item Type:Essay (Bachelor)
Faculty:BMS: Behavioural, Management and Social Sciences
Subject:77 psychology
Programme:Psychology BSc (56604)
Link to this item:http://purl.utwente.nl/essays/64011
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