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Kebijakan Nasional Pengembangan Pendidikan Kedokteran di Indonesia KPKI, 2005
Pengarang : Soenarto sastrowijoto
Jurnal : Jurnal Pendidikan Kedokteran dan Profesi Kesehatan Indonesia = The Indonesian Journal of Medical and Health Profession Education 2005, I(1)
Tahun : 2005
Summary / Kata Kunci : In responding the global era of competition and collaboration, development of science and technology, various world agreements (e.g. WTO, GATS, and TRIPS), and WFME International Standards in Medical Education, each of Medical School in Indonesia should base their program development on the principles of national policy in medical education development.
Institutional self-evaluation, external peer-review and consultation for future development have to be carried-out based on needs and demands of local, national, and regional level, and the international standards in medical education. Globalization should be responded appropriately through change the thread to be opportunity by developing some regulations in medical and health care, education and research. The direction of medical education development (basic, postgraduate, and continuing) as a continuum process is the integration between academic and professional training, to be BSc in Medicine (S.Ked) and Primary Medical Doctor (Dokter), MSc and General Specialist, and PhD and subspecialist. Curriculum of various program could be developed continuously on highest scientific and ethical basis, initiation a new methods and instructional tools innovative management, and sensitive to the development of medical health care and budgeting systems. The integration of new biomedical sciences (Biomollecular technology, cloning technology, stem cell studies) with clinical sciences and practice and public health issues could be used as a basic foundation for student-competence development of behavior and ethics, knowledge, skills including humanities and legal aspects. Competitive and collaborative networking among schools of medicine in country and overseas for quality improvement should be carried out. Independent bodies for accreditation, quality assurance, and regulation should be promptly developed by Indonesian Medical Council
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