HPEQ FKUI for Hpeq conference 2012

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HPEQ FKUI for Hpeq conference 2012

  1. 1. Hpeq FKUI: EXPERIENCE IS THE BEST TEACHER Shela Putri Sundawa Novita G. Liman Jelita Artha Purba11/09/12
  2. 2. HEALTH PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION QUALITY World Bank World Bank Act No 17/2003 Act No 17/2003 Act No 1/2004 Act No 1/2004 Central Project Central Project Coordination Coordination Unit Unit Project Project Implementing Unit Implementing UnitDirektorat Jenderal Pendidikan Tinggi. HPEQ Prohect. http://hpeq.dikti.go.id/
  3. 3. HEALTH PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION QUALITYDirektorat Jenderal Pendidikan Tinggi. HPEQ Prohect. http://hpeq.dikti.go.id/
  4. 4. Components 1. Strengthening Policies and Procedures for the Accreditation of Medical Faculties 2. Based Certification National Exam 3. Financial Assistance Package for Medical School 4. Project’s Managementirektorat Jenderal Pendidikan Tinggi. HPEQ Prohect. http://hpeq.dikti.go.id/Sumber gambar: google
  5. 5. HPEQ FK UI
  6. 6. STUDENT EXCHANGE PROGRAM11/09/12
  7. 7. Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Medical Science11/09/12
  8. 8. First week1. General OPD Activities2. Discussion in India
  9. 9.  Second and third week1. Rural Hospital observation2. Kiren Clinic and Angan Wadi visit3. Collecting data for projects
  10. 10.  Fourth week1. Writing report2. Observation in ObsGyn department3. Village visit4. Presentation
  11. 11. Ante natal care• Good quality of ANC• ASHA, Payment for ASHA and women• Implementation problems (services, human resources, societies) overcome• Evaluation and Monitoring 11/09/12
  12. 12. Post Natal Care Indonesia IndiaProgram Jampersal Reproductive and Child HeatlhSince 2011 1997Manpower Doctor, midwives, and Doctor, ASHA, ANM, private sector NURSE (most by ASHATimes of PNC 4 times 5 times (only 1-2 times in field)Incentives given to 444 INR for 4 times visit -motherPlace conducted Every government health Health care centre, and care centre and certain most in villager home private sectorSuccess rate MMR and IMR in 2011: MMR 2008: 228/100.000 and 34/1000 212/100.000 and IMR in 2010: 47 12
  13. 13. Health System ComparisonINDIA INDONESIA• Certain strategy for certain • Same strategy for different area (NRHM, NUHM) area• Health expenditure < 2% • Health expenditure > 2% GDP GDP• Higher ratio of health • Lower ratio of health resources per population resources per population11/09/12
  14. 14. RECOMMENDATIONMEDICAL EDUCATION FOR THEACHIEVEMENT OF UNIVERSAL HEALTHCARE
  15. 15. Around the World Problem11/09/12
  16. 16. Universal Health Coverage “access to key promotive, preventive, curative and rehabilitative healthinterventions for all at an affordable cost” World Health Assembly, 2005
  17. 17. Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world - Nelson Mandela -
  18. 18. Five Stars Doctor Care provider Decision Manager maker Community Communicator leader
  19. 19. Transformative Medical EducationInstructional reformso Patient and population centered curricula Objectives Outcomeo Promote interprofessional and transprofessional education Informative Information Expertso Harness global resources and adopt , skills locally Formative Socialisatio Professiona n, values lsInstitutional reform Transforma Leadership Changeo Nurture a culture of critical inquiry tive atrributes agentso Link through networks, alliances, and consortia
  20. 20. How to Start The Transformation?
  21. 21. Yesterday I was clever so I wanted tochange the world, but today I am wiser, so I am changing my self.
  22. 22. 1st TransformationGET YOURSELF TRAINED  STAY  SERVE
  23. 23. 2nd TransformationINSTEAD OF MAKING PEOPLE HEALTHY, KEEP PEOPLE HEALTHY
  24. 24. 3rd TransformationYOU’RE NOT ALONE
  25. 25. “As medical students committed to sharing your knowledge and skills internationally, you are a powerful source of hope for the future. I commend your determination to use your medical training to benefit all members of society.” Kofi Annan Former UN Secretary General

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