The Evaluation of Curriculum Implementation of Dermatology and Genitals Pathology Faculty of Medicine Christian University of Indonesia

Sinaga, Dameria and Wibawa, Basuki and Rusmono, . (2017) The Evaluation of Curriculum Implementation of Dermatology and Genitals Pathology Faculty of Medicine Christian University of Indonesia. Journal of Education and Practice, 8 (11). pp. 136-139. ISSN 2222-288X

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Abstract

Physician education is the education profession (academic-professional education) which is a unified- whole, as well as any basis in science and a solid foundation of professionalism. In practice, medical education programs are very concerned the nature of the sequential process of understanding and mastery of science and medical technology. In accordance with its nature as an educational profession, there is a professional adjustment period at physician education programs for students in clinical and field learning experiences by using the order of real health care, especially medical services that meet the requirements for the education of physicians. The new core curriculum is prepared based on an agreed conceptual framework of education, starting from the competence of graduates, with formulation of educational goals disciplines approach as a further elaboration. The eEducation curriculum structure consists of description of science groups, experiential learning and learning evaluation. This curriculum is expected to benefit the quality of education in business coaching education of Indonesia physicians. In article one of the Republic of Indonesia Law No. 20 year 2003, concerning the system of national education, that education is a conscious and deliberate effort to create an atmosphere of learning and the learning process so that learners are actively developing the potential for him to have the spiritual strength of religious, self-control, personality, intelligence, noble character, and skills that is nedded by themeslf, society, nation and the State. Soedijarto wrote how our national educational curriculum that is designed and implemented in relevant, efficient and effective will be able to support the implementation of national educational function that is expected to able to create Indonesian people that are: 1. Religious and moral. 2. Mastering the knowledge and skills. 3. Physically and mentally healthy. 4. Personable and responsible. The question is whether the educational process that has been going on has been achieved as expected? The purpose of education is still highly universal, needs to be developed into concrete and operational as well as tailored to the physical development, the development of Indonesian community and the international community in general. Education in Indonesia are faced with a number of problems including issues of quality, relevance and efficiency that is still low. To produce graduates who have good knowledge competencies, skills, and attitudes and behavior as described above, so as to provide primary health care approach to family medicine, students are expected to achieve core competencies which include a number of knowledge, skills and attitudes which are: 1. Lifelong learning skills 2. General ability (general education) 3. Caring attitude towards society and the environment so that when faced with the problem (especially health problems) that are being studied, students will be able to do: Team working, chairing a group, listening, recording, cooperation, respect for colleague's views, critical evaluation of literature and use of resourses, self directed learning, and presentation skills. 4. Able to communicate and to consider medical ethics, empathy 5. Understanding health issues, medicine and national health systems prevailed in Indonesia. At all primary, secondary and tertiary health care stages, the responsibilities of doctors are doing the medical profession in a health care system in accordance with the general policy of the government which is based on Pancasila, which include: identifying the formula and prioritize health problems in the present and the future and try to resolve these issues through the planning implementation and evaluation of programs that are promotive, preventive, curative and rehabilitative. Solve the patient's health problems is to use the knowledge, skills clinics and laboratories as well as observation and good recording to identify, diagnose, perform medical acts, conduct prevention efforts, request consultations, and working on the problem of rehabilitation efforts. Give priority to the health of patients based on ethical and legal aspects of medicine as well as considering the physical, spiritual and sosiobudaya. Make the best use of public health. In this regard, the need for evaluation of the curriculum at medical school if it is in accordance with established rules. In this paper, the authors only limit on the Curriculum of Skin and Vaneral Phatology, Faculty of Medicine, Christian University of Indonesia. In this regard, the need for evaluation of the curriculum at medical school if it is in accordance with established rules. In this paper the authors only limit on the curriculum of Dermatology and Genitals Phatology, Faculty of Medicine, Christian University of Indonesia. This evaluation covers aspects of document content standards, aspects of the syllabus, the implementation aspects of teaching and learning activities, and aspects of the involvement of various parties in the preparation of curricula Dermatology and Genitals Phatology. It is expected that this evaluation can be useful as a positive feedback on all parties involved, especially the faculty and staff in the preparation and development of medical curriculum in the future

Item Type: Article
Subjects: MEDICINE > Medicine (General) > Medical education. Medical schools. Research
MEDICINE > Dermatology
Depositing User: Ms Sari Mentari Simanjuntak
Date Deposited: 20 Feb 2019 06:50
Last Modified: 10 Jun 2019 02:41
URI: http://repository.uki.ac.id/id/eprint/656

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