Tinjauan Yuridis Pengalihan Tanggung Jawab Dokter Kepada Tenaga Perawat Dalam Pelayanan Kesehatan Di Rumah Sakit


  • Hidayati Zahra


responsibility, nursing staff, health


Many things about the responsibilities that have been delegated become problems in health services making it difficult for nurses who are given the transfer of responsibilities in hospitals to take health service actions when performing first aid where a doctor cannot attend as required, indirectly based on his oath, it makes the nurse sometimes get delegation of responsibility both in writing, verbally, and telephone. This makes the general public and nurses overlap in carrying out their profession, so that nurses have difficulty carrying out their duties as they should, it is difficult for the public to understand how doctors and nurses especially should carry out their responsibilities in carrying out their profession in hospitals.

The purpose of this study is to examine the law regarding relationships, duties and responsibilities, especially doctors and nurses in hospitals, to reduce misunderstandings in carrying out the profession of health services in hospitals, to find out how the transfer of responsibility takes place, what factors so that nurses can transfer responsibility. written or unwritten responsibilities, and to find out the consequences of transferring responsibility to nurses. The research conducted was normative legal research using a doctor-nurse relationship approach which was collected through secondary data collection by conducting research on existing books and existing and ongoing research.

Based on the results of the study it can be understood that the legal arrangements regarding the transfer of responsibilities from doctors to nurses in health services at hospitals still have deficiencies so that doctors must be more careful in transferring responsibilities, rights as leaders and rights as a profession in hospitals which require doctors to give authority and Nurses are empowered. Thus, along with the development of the times, legal arrangements must also develop based on their needs and be strictly regulated regarding their respective authorities