Pulmonary tuberculosis still becomes a global health problem. Surabaya is one of the major cities in Indonesia that has an increasing number of tuberculosis cases each year. The Case Detection Rate (CDR) in Surabaya (60.17%) is still below the national target. The tuberculosis prevention team did not reach the performance target in 2015-2017. The writer intends to analyze the influence of task characteristics and team size of the Tuberculosis team. A cross-sectional analysis using logistic regression becomes the design applied in this study. The samples used were 39 tuberculosis control teams at the primary health care out of 63 populations. The study was conducted in Surabaya in July 2017-July 2018. The results showed that 88.4% of members of tuberculosis prevention teams had trust between members. It stated that an influence of task characteristics on team trust (p-value 0,000 and b=0,719) and an effect of team size on team trust (p-value = 0.044 and b=0.211). Furthermore, the better characteristics of the tuberculosis prevention team's task would affect the trust between team members. It makes the perceptions about the ideal size of the team would influence mutual trust between tuberculosis prevention team members. Both of task characteristics and ideal team size would affect the trust between tuberculosis prevention team members.


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