3rd meeting - 31 july 2012


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The Journal Club of the Faculty of Medicine Diponegoro university is a club that aims to familiarize students with reading comprehension of medical journal articles and promote the sharing of ideas and open discussion

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3rd meeting - 31 july 2012

  1. 1. The journal club 3rd meeting – 31 July 2012Faculty of MedicineDiponegoro UniversityCourse supervisor: RN Tunjungputri,MD
  2. 2. Group 1: Improving Access to Mental Health Care and Psychosocial Support within a Fragile Context: A Case Study from Afghanistan 1. In your opinion, what are the factors influencing the state of mental health problems in Afghanistan? Why do they call it “a fragile context”? 2. What are the current strategies in improving the Afghanistan mental health care system? 3. What does “community resilience” mean? Why is it considered important? 4. What does barriers to access mean? Please explain its relation to the mental health care delivery! 5. Please illustrate the case study of the depressed farmer in the article! Plos Medicine (2012)Plos
  3. 3. Group 2: The Beginning of the End of AIDS?1. What are the indications that the control of AIDS pandemic may be achievable?2. Please explain the financial challenge faced in the control of AIDS!3. What is your opinion regarding the percentage of people with HIV receiving HAART around the world? What do you think about the differences between the countries?4. Please explain with your own words the current strategies for the control of AIDS! NEJM (2012)
  4. 4. Group 3: Olympic Medicine1. Why do you think the medical journals had been interested in the olympic games?2. Please explain several examples of olympics health and medical concerns mentioned in this article!3. What are the explanation for the “epidemics of broken records” in the athletic games?4. What does “performance-enhancing drugs” mean? What are the examples? Why are they attractive for athletes? NEJM (2012)
  5. 5. Group 4: Big Food, Food Systems, and Global Health1. What are the current problems of the global food situation?2. What does “big food” mean? How do they influence the global food situation?3. Why is the corrent food problem is seen as the result of public health failure?4. What does “engaging with big food” means? How can this help in the betterment of the world food situation?5. What is your opinion on this statement, “Public health professionals must place as high a priority on nutrition as they do on HIV, infectious diseases, and other diseases”? Plos Medicine (2012)
  6. 6. Source articles  Group 1: PLoS Med. 2012 May;9(5). Improving access to mental health care and psychosocial support within a fragile context: a casestudy from Afghanistan. Ventevogel P, van de Put W, Faiz H, van Mierlo B, Siddiqi M, Komproe IH.  Group 2: The Beginning of the End of AIDS? Havlir D, Beyrer C. N Engl J Med. 2012 Jul 18.  Group 3: Olympic medicine. Jones DS. N Engl J Med. 2012 Jul 26;367(4):289-92.  Group 4: Big food, food systems, and global health. Stuckler D, Nestle M. PLoS Med. 2012 Jun;9(6)