PROGRAM STUDY SCIENCE HEALTH CHILD FK UNUD / RSUP SANGLAH WAS VISITED TEAM ASESOR LAM-PTKES
Denpasar - Child Health Sciences Study Program Faculty of Medicine Udayana/Hospital Sanglah was visited by LAM-PTKes Assessors Team, Tuesday (26/09/2017). The Assessor Team was accepted by the Vice Rector for Academic Affairs and accompanied by the Dean of Medical Faculty of Unud and the Director of Medical and Nursing of Sanglah Hospital in the Meeting Room of Sudaryat Suraatmaja Bag / SMF / IKA FK Unud / Sanglah Hospital. The assessors team that attended, Prof. Dr. dr. Dedi Rachmadi, Sp.A (K)., M.Kes and dr. Fitri Hartanto, Sp.A (K).
(Dean Faculty of Medicine Unud, Prof. I Putu Astawa when delivering speech)
Dean Faculty of Medicine Unud, Prof. I Putu Astawa in his speech said that the shortcomings in the forms that have been sent to be added in the assessment process so that the results will be better. The Dean also expressed his appreciation to the Assessor Team who was willing to visit Child Health Sciences Study Program.
Director of Medical and Nursing Sanglah Hospital, Dr. dr. I Ketut Sudartana delivered that Sanglah Hospital is the Type A Main Education Hospital of FK Unud which has been accredited nationally and internationally. To support the educational process Sanglah Hospital has prepared emergency and outpatient care, and until now already has 106 beds for child care and has a special room of infection with 109 residents. Sanglah Hospital is committed to preparing facilities and infrastructure to support education and health services, especially related to Child Health Sciences Study Program.
(Speech from the Rector of Unud represented by Vice Rector for Academic Affairs, Prof. Dr. Ir. I Nyoman Gede Antara, M.Eng)
In his speech, Vice Rector for Academic Affairs, Prof. Dr. Ir. I Nyoman Gede Antara, M.Eng said that university leaders have commitment in supporting accreditation process of study program in Udayana University. Leaders always try to be able to accompany the process. Program Study is expected to submit the form 6 months before the accreditation status ends. In relation to field assessment, institutions have an obligation to provide evidence against data and sent through forms. Vice Rector for Academic Affairs also conveyed the accreditation results from program study also affect the accreditation of institution. At the end of his speech, the Vice Rector expressed his appreciation to the Sanglah Hospital that has established cooperation and contribute to the progress of education at Udayana University.(PR)
(The drafting team of accreditation form of the Study Program of Child Health Sciences Faculty of Medicine Udayana / Sanglah Hospital)