The Faculty of Medicine of Udayana University Collaborates with the Bali Police, One of the focuses is on Preventing Covid-19
In connection with the existence of a Memorandum of Understanding between the State Police of the Republic of Indonesia and Udayana University regarding the implementation of education, training, study, research and institutional development, at the Bali Police Mainstay Lounge, a signing ceremony was held between Biddokes Polda Bali and Udayana University (Faculty of Medicine), and the Government. Bali Province (Health Service and BPBD), (16/10).
The event was attended by Bali Police officials, including the Bali Police Chief, Inspector General. Pol. Dr. Drs. Petrus Reinhard Golose, M.M., Deputy Head of the Bali Police, Brig. Pol. Drs. I Wayan Sunartha, Irwasda Polda Bali Kombes. Awang Joko Sumitri, Head of Propam Polda Bali Kombes. Pol. Anak Agung Made Sudana, SH, SIK, and Kabiddokkes Polda Bali Kombes. Pol. dr. A. Nyoman Eddy P.W. DFM., SpF.
From the Faculty of Medicine, University of Udayana attended the Dean of the Faculty of Medicine, Prof. Dr. dr. I Ketut Suyasa, SpB., SpOT (K), while the Bali Provincial Government was represented by the Head of the Bali Health Service, dr. Ketut Suarjaya, MPPM and Chief Executive of BPBD Prov. Bali Drs. I Made Rentin, AP., M.Si, represented by the Head of BPBD Bali
Bali Police Chief Inspector General Pol. Dr. Petrus Reinhard Golose in his speech thanked the Head of the Prov. Bali, Dean of the Faculty of Medicine, University of Udayana and Chief Executive of BPBD Prov. Bali who has been present to carry out the signing of the collaboration.
In his remarks, the Bali Police Chief also said that currently the National Police in general and the Bali Police in particular are faced with quite heavy challenges, because there are three important things that must be faced at once, First, the Covid 19 pandemic, which is still quite high in Balinese society and will have an impact. to members of the Police. Second, the response of a group of people who reject the Employment Creation Law (OMNIBUS LAW), which tends to be anarchic if it is not handled properly. Third, the ongoing Pilkada process certainly requires the presence of security officers.
With the signing of this agreement, it is hoped that later it will be able to encourage prevention efforts so that the level of transmission especially to Polri personnel can be minimized. All of this will lead to maintaining the implementation of Polri's duties at the Bali Police which in turn can contribute to the efforts of the Bali Regional Government to restore the community's economy through the tourism sector.
The signing of the collaboration ended with the handover of souvenirs from the Bali Police to the Dean of the Faculty of Medicine, Udayana University, and the Bali Regional Government (Head of the Health Service and Chief Executive of BPBD) and filled with a group photo session at the end of the event.