MILESTONES OF FACULTY OF MEDICINE – UNRAM
Program of Medical Education (PSPD), Mataram University, was established based on the Director Generalof Higher Education Decree No. 1236 / D / T / 2003 on June 18, 2003. It has been implementing Tri Dharma Perguruan Tinggi (Three Pillars of Tertiary Education) activities since the academic year 2003/2004. The implementation of the learning process in the PSPD has been conducted well. For the implementation of academic educational programs, PSPD collaborates with the Faculty of Medicine Udayana University (FK-UNUD) in the learning process of preclinical and para-clinical subjects, and also with Mataram Regional Public Hospital / West Nusa Tenggara Province Health Department in the learning process of clinical subjects. Underthe Rector of Mataram University Decree No. 10 146 / H18 / HK / 2007 on 25 August 2007, Program of Medical Education (PSPD) was changed to the Faculty of Medicine, Mataram University. Until the academic year 2011/2012 the Faculty of Medicine, Mataram University, has sucessfully graduated 101 doctors.
VISION AND MISSION
To be aleading educational institution that has an active role in the development of medicalscience and technology and also as the information and research center in solving health problems in Eastern Region of Indonesia by 2025.
- To realize the vision, the Faculty of Medicine, Mataram University, has the following missions which are:
- Organizing and developing high qualifiedacademic and medical professioneducational system.
- Developing research and community service in a sustainable manner, to produce, develop, and utilize medical science and technology for the community.
- Developing a management system of medical education institutions which is efficient and effective.
- Maintaining and developing network of partnership with leading medical institutions.
- Organizing the archipelago-based health management.
Educational objective of the Faculty of Medicine, Mataram University, is preparing graduateswho have knowledge, skills, attitude and ethics that is high so that they can work professionally in the first stratum Individual Health Care (IHC) and the first stratum Public Health Care (PHC).
Students of the Faculty of Medicine, Mataram University, are educated to achieve the appropriate areas of competence required by Standard Competence of Indonesian Doctor. Areas of the competence consist of (1) Effective Communication, (2) Clinical Skills, (3) Scientific Foundation of Medicine, (4) Management of Health Problem, (5) Information Management, (6) Self-awareness and Self-development, and (7) Ethics, Morality, Medico legal, Professionalism and Patient Safety.
A graduate of the Faculty of Medicine, University of Mataram, is able to explore and exchange information verbally and non-verbally with patients of all ages, members of families, communities, colleagues and other professions.
A graduate of the Faculty of Medicine, University of Mataram, is able to perform clinical procedures in accordance problems, needs of the patient and the appropriate authority.
Scientific Foundation of Medicine
A graduate of the Faculty of Medicine, University of Mataram, is able to identify, define and design a medical problem solving scientifically according to the latest health medical science to obtain optimal results
Management ofHealth Problem
A graduate of the Faculty of Medicine, University of Mataram, is able to manage health issues in the individual, family, or society in a comprehensive, holistic, sustainable, coordinated,andcollaborative wayin the context ofprimaryhealth carelevel.
A graduate of the Faculty of Medicine, University of Mataram, is able to access, manage, and critically assess the validity and the applicability of information in order to explain and solve problems, or take decisions in relation to health care at the primary level.
Self-Awareness and Self-Development
A graduate of the Faculty of Medicine, University of Mataram, is able to practice with a full awareness of the capabilities and limitations, overcome emotional problems, personal, health, and well-being that can affect the ability of the profession. The graduate also is able to plan, implement and monitor continuous professional development and lifelong learning.
Ethics, Moral, Medicolegal, Professionalism and Patient Safety
A graduate of the Faculty of Medicine, University of Mataram, is able to behave professionally in the practice of medicine and health policy support, moral and ethical as well as understand the issues of ethics and medicolegal aspects in medical practice, and implement a patient safety program.
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.
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