Yogyakarta – UGM Faculty of Medicine continues to be the target of many foreign universities who are eager to forge partnerships in various fields of education and research. On Monday (14/8), the representative of National Taipei University for Nursing and Health Sciences (NTUNHS), Professor Chien-Yeh Hsu from the NTUNHS Information Management Department expressed his institution’s strong desire to collaborate with UGM Faculty when meeting with Vice Dean for Cooperation of Physician Mei Neni Sitaresmi, SpA (K)., PhD. Cooperative initiatives have already begun with the preparation of joint proposals, fronted by Prof. Hsu and dr. Lutfan Lazuardi, PhD and Health Management System Team of UGM Medical Faculty, which focused on developing medical records. The proposal entitled “Personal health record for Indonesia-Taiwan Travelers” submitted to Kemristekdikti through Overseas Cooperation Research Scheme (PKLN 2017) is based on consideration of the number of Indonesian workers and Indonesian students visiting Taiwan and vice versa. As a result of the development of the cooperation, UGM Faculty of Medicine and NTUNHS agreed to increase the broader cooperation as set forth in MOU with the scope of science education and health technology, education exchange and scientific research.
FK-UGM. A total of 158 new doctors were sworn in by the Dean of the Faculty of Medicine UGM today, August 15, 2017 at Grha Sabha Pramana UGM, 64 doctors and 94 female doctors. Attended by parents, family, and invited guests.
FK-UGM. The Department of Clinical Pathology Faculty of Medicine UGM launched the Hemovigilance website as the first blood transfusion risk surveillance database in Indonesia on Tuesday (15/8) in Joglosemar 2015 at the event “The 9th Continuing Professional Development on Clinical Pathology and Laboratory Medicine” (CPD CPLM) Joglosemar 2017.
The First National Forum Management Research Institute in Indonesia: Leadership and Reinforcement Management Research Institute in Indonesia
FK UGM held a farewell courtesy call for 227 postgraduate students on Wednesday (19/4) at the Auditorium of FK UGM after their graduation ceremony at the university.
The spread of Wolbachia by putting a bucket of Aedes Aegypti’s eggs with wolbachia to seven districts in Yogyakarta – Kricak, Bener, Tegalrejo, Wirobrajan, Karangwangu, Pakuncen, and Patangpuluhan – have been implemented since August, 2016.
Topping Off Ceremony Graduate Building – FK UGM
FK-UGM. In Indonesia, for this is still focused on improving the secondary health care (hospitals), who spent much of the country’s health budget and the impact on the number of people seeking treatment at the hospital.
FK-UGM. On Saturday (25/3) was held a national seminar ‘Use of Drugs / Antibiotics Rational