Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences Unismuh Makassar visit Universitas Brawijaya for Benchmarking the Emergency Medicine Specialist Doctor Education Program
September 30, 2023 No Comments collaboration,news fkunismuh

From September 26th to 28th, 2023, a group of lecturers from the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences (FMHS) at Universitas Muhammadiyah (Unismuh) Makassar paid a visit to Universitas Brawijaya in Malang. This visit was part of an effort to benchmark the development of the Emergency Medicine Specialist Doctor Education Program at Universitas Brawijaya.

The delegation from FMHS Unismuh included several distinguished educators: Dr. Muh. Ihsan Kitta, Sp.OT, M.Kes (K); Dr. Nurmila, M.Kes, Sp.PD; Dr. Dr. Wahyudi, Sp.BS(K); Dr. Ummu Kalsum Malik, M.Med.Ed, Sp.PA; and Dr. Muzdalifah M.Biomed. Each brought their own expertise and experience in the fields of healthcare and medical education.

This visit was not only a platform for information exchange but also a strategic step in the plan to launch the Emergency Medicine Specialist Program at FMHS Unismuh. During the visit, the lecturers engaged in a series of discussions, observations, and meetings with the staff and faculty members of Universitas Brawijaya who were involved in the development of the program.

One of the primary objectives of this visit was to gain in-depth insights into the curriculum, teaching methods, and supporting infrastructure that have been implemented at Universitas Brawijaya. In doing so, FMHS Unismuh hopes to adopt the best practices that have been tested and proven successful in developing the Emergency Medicine Specialist Doctor Education Program at their own campus.

The collaboration between FMHS Unismuh and Universitas Brawijaya in the field of medical education is expected to bring significant benefits to both institutions. Additionally, it is anticipated to have a positive impact on the development and enhancement of the quality of medical education in Indonesia, particularly in the field of emergency medicine.

With a spirit of collaboration and a commitment to improving the quality of medical education, this visit marks a crucial first step in achieving the shared goal of producing highly qualified medical professionals ready to face the challenges of the modern healthcare landscape.