One of the reasons for the inability of families to carry out early detection and care for high-risk pregnancies is the lack of optimal education and assistance by health workers, which can have an impact on the health status of mothers and their babies. This study aims to analyze the effectiveness of the family empowerment model on the health status of pregnant women. This study uses a quasi-experimental method with a cross-sectional study approach, intervention model of family empowerment on the health status of pregnant women. Sampling used the probability sampling method with simple random sampling, the number of samples was 60 pregnant women consisting of 30 interventions and 30 controls. The independent variable is the intervention model of family empowerment, while the dependent variable is maternal health status. The data collection instrument used a questionnaire. The research data were analyzed using the Mann Withney statistical test which showed that systole (p = 0.820), diastole (p = 0.665), ROT (p = 0.937), MAP (0.777), BMI status (p = 0.045), Hb levels (0.006), and GDA (p=0.006). This means that the family empowerment model is effective in improving the health status of pregnant women, especially BMI, Hb levels, and GDA. After being given the intervention of the family empowerment model, almost all of the respondents both experienced an increase in family involvement in intensive care for pregnant women so that they could prevent pregnancy complications.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)1350-1355
Number of pages6
JournalJournal of Pharmaceutical Negative Results
Issue number4
Publication statusPublished - 2022


  • family empowerment
  • health status
  • pregnancy
  • pregnant women


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