Residency program in otorhinolaryngology (Ear,Nose and Throat-ENT), Faculty of Medicine UGM was firstly initiated by Prof. R. Oepomo at Mangkuwilayan hospital since 1959. The establishment of curriculum for the residency program was evolving until1977 before it was finally standardized in 1977.The graduates achieved specialist degree in ENT. Starting from 1982, the department of ENT was moved to Sardjito hospital, while the residency education program was still held at Mangkuwilayan hospital. Eight years later in 1990, all activities of the department was successfully centered at Dr. Sardjito hospital, Faculty of Medicine UGM. The integration of education, research and service becomes more prominent since the unity of all activities at Dr Sardjito hospital and establishment of UGM University hospital. Innovation in the curriculum also took place when the Department participates in the Combined degree of Master program in Clinical Medicine and the residency program.
Research performance is continuously improving. All divisions consistently perform research as a fundamental aspect in the University life. Multicenter collaborations with national and international partners are also performed to enrich the scientific atmosphere. As the result, many papers were published in scientific journals.
|1959||ENT Department established and the residency program also started.|
|1977||Standardized residency program at Mangkuwilayan and increased number of staff|
|1982||ENT Department moved to Sardjito hospital|
|1985||Academic staff started to take fellowships, post-graduate programs, subspecialties in Europe and Asian countries to develop divisions in ENT: Oncology, Neuro-otology, Otology, Rhinology, and Endoscopy. Collaboration with the Netherlands for Oncology division|
|2010||Multicenter study in national and international level|
|2013||Development of services in all divisions, equipped with advanced-high tech instruments|