MILESTONES OF FACULTY OF MEDICINE – UNRAM
UNRAM Medical Education Study Program or Program Study Pendidikan Dokter (PSPD) which was officially established based on the decree of the Directorate General of Higher Education N0.: 1236/D/T/2003 on June 18, 2003 has been holding three duties of Higher Education (Tridharma) since the strating up the academic year 2003/2004. The teaching and learning process has run well, and there were several cooperative relationships among Unram Faculty of Medicine, Udayana University Faculty of Medicine in regard to basic science and clinical subjects, the Hospital of Mataram, NTB Province, and Health Department in terms of clinical subject. In accordance with the Decree of Rector Unram No.: 10.146/H18/HK/2007 on August 25, 2007, Medical Education Study Program renamed to be Unram Faculty of Medicine. During academic year 2011-2012, there were 101 medical graduates.
VISION AND MISSION
To be a leading education institute and center of health care in the east region of Indonesia, leveraging the innovations, research and technology thus tackle the fundamental health challenges in its region by 2025.
- To develop excellence in medical education
- To develop and apply outstanding research and community services for the betterment of humanity
- To implement a transparent and accountable institution management
- To establish a strong an extensive networking with leading medical institution, locally and globally
- To establish a health care management on the basis of the diversity of population and the unique archipelago of West Nusa Tenggara
The academic program in the Faculty of Medicine Mataram University is designed to produce physicians who are knowledgeable of the principles of medical science and are expected to be self-directed, committed and resourceful life-long learners who adhere to ethical standards of behavior. These aspects are essential in order to engage in the practice of medicine as competent professionals and serve as the front line of primary and referral health care for the diverse populations in West Nusa Tenggara.
Faculty of Medicine Mataram University is committed to foster a positive learning environment for learners. Graduates are expected to exhibit the 7 areas of the Indonesian physician standard of competence developed by the Indonesian Medical Council in October 2006. The areas of competences include: (1) effective communication; (2) Clinical skills; (3) application of principles in the area of biomedicine, clinical and behavioral sciences and epidemiology in the practice of family medicine; (4) management of health problems; (5) information management; (6) self-awareness, self-care and personal development and (7) professional, moral and ethical context in clinical practice.
1. PROCESS AND PERIOD OF EDUCATION
The curriculum adopted by the Faculty of Medicine Mataram University is an integrated medical curriculum that incorporates a Problem-Based Learning (PBL) method of instruction as part of its teaching modality during the pre-clinical and clinical years. The duration of study in the Faculty of Medicine Mataram University curriculum is for 5.5 years, with the first 3.5 years of pre-clinical curriculum and 2 years of clinical curriculum.
The curriculum applied is based on five themes longitudinal, namely (1) biomedical science and clinical medicine; (2) Clinical skills; (3) Medical research; (4) Population and Individual; also (5) Personal and Professional Development.
The biomedical science and clinical medicine aims to provide the knowledge of Biomedical Science and Clinical in which including to Anatomy, Biochemistry, Histology, Cell Biology and Molecular, Physiology, Microbiology, Immunology, Parasitology, Pathology, and Pharmacology. Clinical includes internal medicine in its branches, Surgery, Pediatrics, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Neurosurgery, psychiatry, Dermatovenereology, ophthalmology, ENT, Radiology, Anesthesia, and Forensics & Medico legal.
Clinical Skills aims to provide the ability to perform diagnostic procedures, therapeutic and rehabilitative required to solve health problems based on the guidelines in Indonesia Physician Competency.
Medical research aims to provide the ability of conducting researches. The topics discussed include Research Method, Biostatistics, Evidence-based Medicine and Scientific Writing.
The scope of content under population and individual gives fundamental understanding on the broad aspects of “health” and “health determinants” both at the individual and population. It would also include principles of epidemiology, different individual-based and population based strategies prevention and also identify and address community health needs and disparities locally and nationally. This aspect encompasses an interdisciplinary approach in the field of sociology, anthropology, family medicine and public health.
Personal and Professional Development aims to provide the ability to continuously improve self-competence and to be self-employed. To achieve this goal, the students are provided by general skills to be adult learner. The topics to be discussed are Indonesian, English, Latin, Philosophy of Science, Study Skills, Critical Thinking, Communication, Information Management, Time Management, Ethics and Legal Medicine, and Professionalism. These themes are the basis for composing learning materials in each program.
1. Dean : Prof. Dr. dr. Mulyanto
2. Vice Dean I : dr. Doddy Ario Kumboyo, SpOG(K)
3. Vice Dean II : dr. Hamsu Kadriyan, SpTHT., M.Kes.
4. Vice Dean III : dr. Ida Ayu Eka Widiastuti, M.Fis.
5. Head of Administration : Irpan Siswadi, S.Sos, M.Si
The available facilities at Faculty of Medicine are; the Integrated Laboratory (Laboratories of Anatomy, Physiology, Histology, Lab. Parasitological, Pharmacology and Anatomical Pathology and Medical Skills.
Mulyanto. Epidemiology of Hepatitis C in Indonesia (Abstract). Proceedings of the 3rd International Eijkman Symposium, Yogyakarta, Indonesia, October 2004.
Epidemiology of Hepatitis B, C, and E Viruses and Human Immunodeficiency Virus Infections in Tahuna, Sangihe-Talaud Archipelago, Indonesia. Intervirology 50:408-411, 2007.
A Nationwide Molecular Epidemiological Study on Hepatitis B Virus in Indonesia: Identification of Two Novel Sub genotypes, B8 and C7. Arch Virol (2009) 154:1047-1059.
Mulyanto, Sulaiman Ngongu Depademe, Kiely Surayah, Andreas Heru Andhry Tjahyono, Jirintai, Shigeo Nagashima, Masaharu Takahashi and Hiroaki Okamoto. Identification and Characterization of a Novel Hepatitis B Virus sub genotype C10 in Nusa Tenggara, Indonesia. Arch Virol (2010) 155:705-715.
Mulyanto, Sulaiman Ngongu Depamede, Arif Wahyono, Jirintai, Shigeo Nagashima, Masaharu Takahashi and Hiroaki Okamoto. Analysis of the Genomes of Full-Length Hepatitis B Virus Novel C11 and C12 Sub genotypes in Papua, Indonesia. J Med Virol 83:54-64 (2011).
Mulyanto, Pingki Pancawardani, Sulaiman Ngongu Depamede, Arif Wahyono, Suljid Jirintai, Shigeo Nagashima, Masaharu Takahashi, Tsutomu Nishizawa, Hiroaki Okamoto. Identification of Four Novel sub genotypes (C13-C16) and Two Inter-Genotypic Recombinants (C12 / G and C13/B3) of Hepatitis B Virus in Papua Province, Indonesia. Virus Research 163 (2012) :129-140.
dr. Yunita Sabrina, M.Sc, Ph.D., Production of Recombinant antigens of Mycobacterium Tuberculosis Mtb72F as Raw Material Tuberculosis Vaccine, than 2011
dr. Yunita Sabrina, M.Sc, Ph.D., In Vitro Generation of Anti-Hepatitis B Monoclonal Antibodies from a Single Plasma Cells Using Single-Cell Rt-Pcr And Cell-Free Protein Synthesis, in 2010.