A Joint Project Proposal for the Programme of Cooperation in Teaching, Research and Clinical Training between the Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine, National University of Singapore (NUS Medicine) and the Faculty of Medicine, Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM).
This programme will build the capacity of UGM staffs to help improve health care of Indonesia’s people, establish a network for management of common diseases like breast cancer, heart disease and emerging infectious diseases, and contribute to good relations between Indonesia and Singapore.
Tahir NUS-UGM Collaboration in Medicine Programme covers education and research, consist of:
- Clinical attachments in NUS Medicine for UGM doctors and nurses
Provide clinical attachments in NUS Medicine for up to 1 month duration. The doctors and nurses would get hands-off training to learn new approaches and methodologies as part of capacity building and skills transfer.
Criteria for applicants:
Have a clinical background, both UGM Staff/lecturer and staff who are undergoing clinical specialty education
Enclose CV, and complete the application form (see template a)
Enclose certificate of TOEFL/IELTS/ AcEPT UGM or enclose your article published on international journal (as the first or second author)
Enclose motivation letter explaining a plan of your activities or skills that you would like to learn during clinical attachments
Enclose letter of recommendation/permission from Head of Department