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					                                       OVERVIEW
                               ELECTIVE PROGRAMME
                    Faculty of Medicine Universitas Gadjah Mada



AIMS

   1. To accommodate international students of medical programmes from other universities who
      wish to increase their knowledge on certain diseases that are prevalent in Indonesia
   2. To obtain new experiences on clinical and/ or community settings in Asian country
   3. To obtain better understanding towards Indonesian culture and social aspects


TIMELINE OF THE PROGRAMME
Elective students are pleased to exercise the elective programme for a total period of between two
to four weeks. Each department will only accept maximum four participants per programme within
the following periods:
         January- February
         April- May
         July-August
         October-November

The Elective Programme at the Department of Nursing is excluded from the time schedule. The time
schedule might be subject to change due to public holidays in Indonesia. The students are required
to contact our office at least three to four months before elective expected time.




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                       DEPARTMENTS’ PROGRAMME

  The elective activities are mostly conducted in the Faculty of Medicine (Dr. Sardjito Hospital) and
  minor activities done in affiliated hospitals or health centres. Please learn the activities of the
  following departments offered:

  A. CLINICAL DEPARTEMENTS

      A.1. Department of Anaesthesiology and Reanimation

        The activities will comprise:
             Lectures
             Discussions with clinical supervisor
             Bed-side teaching at Emergency Room and Intensive Care Unit
             Visit to referral unit/ hospital
             Attending morning reports and on-site teachings in the wards
             Evaluation session at the end of the programme
        Length of the program: two weeks
        PIC: dr. Djayanti Sari, M.Kes., Sp.An


      A.2. Department of Surgery

        The department offers four sub-departments:
          a. Urology Surgery
          b. Neurology Surgery
          c. Orthopaedic Surgery
          d. Cardiovasculer Thorax Surgery

        Title/course offered:
        Management Thorax Injury

        Overview:
        Thorax trauma is one of the most frequent acciedent in daily life. The effect of thorax injury is
        often undetected and causes fataly to the injured person. Most of the chest trauma patient
        (70%) only needed simple treatment for live saving. This treatment can be do by the general
        physician in the hospital, heath care unit and even emergency unit in the field. This treatment
        such as needle decompression, chest tube insertion (WSD), etc. And small number (10%) need
        a surgical treatment do by the expertise. This treatment such as Thorachotomy, ORIF of the
        rib, etc.
        Objective
        General purpose:
             - Student can recognize signs and symptoms in life threatening trauma.
             -    Student can do live saving in trauma patient.
             -
        Special purpose:
             - Students can recognize the signs and symptoms of life-threatening thoracic trauma in

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              the incident.
           -   Students can take action saving life in patients with thoracic trauma.
       Students can make a referral in patients with thoracic trauma who can not handle.

       Periode:
       Students are expected to follow the activities in the surgery during 2 week

       Activities:
       Students will follow the thoracic surgical sub unit activity that include:
           - initial orientation
           - bedside teaching in ward patient
           - examination of patients in clinic and emergency room
           - observe, assistance and, if possible life-saving action
           - Morning report
           - observe surgery in the operating room

       Lectures:
       discussions and tutorials are held every morning from 7: 30 pm to 9: 00 a.m. on Monday,
       Tuesday and Thursday. Places in the Conference Room of thoracic surgery
       discussions conducted after the patient rounds with residents.
       Material discussed is the patients in wards, clinics and emergency rooms.
       Discussions include planning theory and patient management.

       Practical sessions:
       Practice every workday. The practice of checking, take action and live saving performed if
       possible under the supervision of a designated supervisor or resident. This practice is done on
       the ward, clinic, emergency room and operating room. Students are strictly prohibited to
       inspect and take action against patients without the permission of the supervisor.

       Tutorial:
       tutorials conducted in parallel with discussions / lectures.
       Other activities:
           1. other activities related to education will be delivered later.
       Assessment at the end of the stasis with presentations of cases by students.

       Measurable learning oucome:
       Students can recognize the signs and symptoms of life-threatening thoracic trauma in the
       incident.
       Students can take action savng life in patients with thoracic trauma.
       Students can make a referral in patients with thoracic trauma who can not handle.

       Tailor-made activities:
       Available
       Number of participant:
       2-4 person each periode
       Person in charge        dr. Haryo Ariwibowo, Sp.B Sp.BTKV

       Contact Number          Office                            Fax:                 Hp:
                               0274-587333                       0274-5873333         +62811258841
       Email                   aribowoharyo@yahoo.com
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        A.3. Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology

        The activities will comprise:
            Lectures
            Morning reports and case reports
            Department ward grand round
            Inpatient and outpatient clinical rotations in obstetrics, gynaecology, and oncology
            Field visit to observe social obstetrics in Puskesmas, Posyandu, or other local health
               centres
        Length of the program: two - four weeks
        PIC: dr. Ardhanu Kusumanto, Sp. OG.


        A.4. Department of Psychiatry
        The activities will comprise:
             Initial orientation
             Lectures
             Case presentation
             Inpatient and outpatient clinical rotation
             Observation of therapy programme,
             Children psychiatry
             Discussion on drug abuse case and methadone therapy

        The activities will take place at Dr. Sardjito Teaching Hospital in Yogyakarta and Dr. Soerojo
        Mental Health Hospital in Magelang, Central Java.
        Length of the program: two weeks
        PIC: dr. Carla Raymondalexas M, Sp.KJ


        A.5. Department of Pediatric
        The department will involve the elective students in clinical rotations settings of:
           - Inpatient setting        : at infection & non infection ward
           - Outpatient setting       : at ambulatory pediatric clinic
                                        Social pediatric/growth & development clinic

            The activities will comprise:
             Initial orientation
             Inpatient and outpatient attending teaching round,
             Attending resident morning reports, inpatient and outpatient clinical rotation
             Pediatric grand round
             Growth & development clinical rotation
             Field visit to Sleman District Hospital (RSUD Sleman)
             Discussion with clinical supervisor
             Evaluation session at the end of the programme
        Length of program: two – four weeks
        PIC: dr. Wahyu Damayanti, Sp.A




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        A.6. Department of Internal Medicine
        The activities will be conducted in two sub-departments for infectious disease and non-
        infectious disease which comprise:
              Initial orientation
              Morning reports and case report presentation
              Inpatient and outpatient clinical rotation
              Field visits to:
                a. Tropical Medicine
                          Topics on TB-HIV will pay visits to KPA, NGO’s, Lung Health Clinic and
                              Provincial health offices
                          Topics on dengue will pay visits to Tahija Foundation, district hospitals
                              and primary health care
                b. Haematology: students will be placed in oncology clinic
                c. Herbal

        Length of program: two - four weeks
        PIC: dr. Cornelia Wahyu Danawati, Ph.D
             dr. Heni Retnowulan, M.Kes


        A.7. Department of Dermatology and Venereal Disease
        Participant activities consist of
             Lectures
             Laboratory work up
             Bedside teaching
             Ward round
             In-patient and out-patient clinic
             Introduction to leprosy case
        Length of program: two weeks
        PIC: Dr. Med. dr. Retno Danarti, Sp.KK


        A.8. Department of Ophthalmology

     Title / Course Offered:
     INFECTIONS CASES OF THE EYES
     Overview:

              The cornea is the protective layer of the eye. It serves as a barrier against dirt, germs,
     and other particles that can harm the eye's delicate components. The cornea is also capable of
     filtering out some amounts of the sun's ultraviolet light. The cornea also plays a key role in vision.
     Indonesia is an agriculture country and recently we have so many ocular surface and corneal
     infections cases that different than other countries.

     Objective:
     General Instructional Objectives:
        - To describe the anatomy of the cornea
        - To explain the pathogenesis of common disorders affecting the eyelid margin,
             conjunctiva, cornea and sclera

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     Specific Instructional Objectives:
         - To recognize the signs of the ocular surface and cornea disease
         - To Outline the examination for External Eye Disease and know the laboratory and other
              tests.
     Activities:
                The participants will involve in the following activities:
                   Initial orientation
                   Morning report and case report
                   In-patient and out-patient clinical rotation
                   Discussion with clinical supervisor
                   Evaluation and presentation at the end of the programme

     Other Activities
        1. Assignments
            a. Students understand the signs and symptoms of the ocular surface and cornea
                disease
            b. Students plan and do 1 ocular surface or cornea disease

         2. Evaluation/ Assessment

     Time Period: 2 weeks

     Measurable Learning Outcome:
        1. The ability to apply the knowledge of the clinical manifestation of the infections disease.
        2. Skill to identify the infectious disease of the ocular surface and cornea

     Tailor-made activities : available


     Number of Participant: maximal 4 students


     Person in Charge               dr. Santi Anugrahsari, SpM, MSc




     Contact Number                 Office:                 Fax:                     Hp:
                                    +62274552850            +62274552850             +6281328124862

     Email                          santianugrah@yahoo.com

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        A.9. Department of Neurology

        The subjects arranged for the elective students at Neurology Department are Vertigo,
        Neuropediatric, Neurotoxicology, Stroke, Neuro-behaviour, Epilepsy, and Pain.

        The activities will consist of
             Initial orientation
             Morning report and case report
             In-patient and out-patient clinical rotation
             Discussion with clinical supervisor
             Observation and visit to ‘sleep disorder clinic’
             Field visit to Posyandu (villagers health services) Wedomartani/ Kotagede
             Evaluation and presentation at the end of the programme
        Length of program: two weeks
        PIC: Prof. dr. Sri Sutarni, Sp.S


      A.10. Department of Ortorhinolaringology

        The activities in this department will consist of
             Initial orientation
             Morning report and case report and presentation
             Book and journal readings
             In-patient and out-patient clinical rotation
             Grand round at the ward
             Discussion with clinical supervisor
             Evaluation and presentation at the end of the programme
        Length of program: two weeks
        PIC: dr. Sagung Rai Indrasari, Sp.THT, M.Kes


        A.11. Department of Cardiology
        The activities in this department will consist of
             Initial orientation
             Morning report and case report and presentation
             In-patient and out-patient clinical rotation
             Grand round at the ward
             Discussion with clinical supervisor
             Involvement and observation in Emergency Room
             Introduction to heart valve disease case
             Introduction to growth up congenital disease case (if the case is available)
             Evaluation and review at the end of the programme by clinical supervisor.
        Length of program: two-four weeks
        PIC: dr. Erika Maharani, Sp.JP




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  B.      Pre Clinical Departments

          B.1. Anatomy, Embryology, and Anthropology

       Title/ Course Offered:
       Clinical Anatomy of the Limb with Dissection Approaches
       Overview:

               Learning process of anatomy as a foundation of medicine has been developed into
       various goals and methods. Basically it is based on cadaver dissection. However due to several
       innovation and condensing curriculum and learning duration, nowadays, no longer opportunity
       for medical students to practice cadaver dissection. Learning resources are substituted with
       other materials, such as prepared specimens, dummies, virtual animations, or only two
       dimensional figures in the atlas of anatomy. Experiencing cadaver dissection provides many
       advantages, including:
           - More comprehensive and impressive knowledge
           - More skillful dissecting and surgical ability
           - Enhance real basic medical capabilities applicable for clinical reasoning and patient
               management in general
           - Facilitate the student that have talent or interest so it will be useful for their future or
               career later
               Many medical managements need knowledge about regional anatomy, important
       structures (like nerves and vessels) that prone to be injured and dissection skill as well. By this
       module, we want to enrich those knowledge and skills, especially regions where many clinical
       cases are important.

       Objective:

       General Instructional Objectives:

           1. To apply the dissection method in the learning process of anatomy.
           2. To enrich the student’s knowledge about dissection that so they can improve in the
              future education.
           3. To understand the basic principle of anatomy dissection.
           4. To apply anatomy regional knowledge in dissection process.
           5. To identify the important structures that have important roles in management of
              clinical cases.

       Specific Instructional Objectives:

           2. To understand the anatomy of the body regions and its relation in the clinical cases and
              management.
           3. To apply the dissection technicque in identification of important structures in the
              extremity that have important meaning in clinical management dan cases (like artery,
              vein, fascia, nerve, joint, muscle).
           4. To give basic principle of dissection so students can develope their technicque in future
              educational degree.




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     Activities:

     Lectures (6 hours)

         1. Introduction of the Module, Ice breaking, Rules and Evaluation by Dr. dr. Djoko Prakosa
             – 1 hour
         2. Introduction of Dissection by Dr. dr. Djoko Prakosa – 1 hour
         3. Clinical Oriented Anatomy of Upper Limb with Dissection Approaches by dr. Santoso
             Budiharjo, MKes., PA – 1 hour
         4. Clinical Oriented Anatomy of Lower Limb with Dissection Approaches by Dr. dr. Djoko
             Prakosa – 1 hour
         5. Plexus brachialis and Sacralis by dr. Dwi Cahyani Ratna Sari, MKes., PA – 1 hour
         6. Arthrology by dr. Santoso Budiharjo, MKes., PA – 1 hour
     Practical Sessions (12 hours)

         1. Practical Session I    : Anatomy review upper and lower extremities, overview of
            dissection, introduction of dissection devices (2 x 2 hours)
         2. Practical Session II   : Dissection of upper extremities (2 x 2 hours)
         3. Practical Session III : Dissection of lower extremities (2 x 2 hours)

     Tutorial (12 hours)

         1. Week 1: What’s Wrong with Her Right Hand?
         2. Week 2: His Painfull Leg
         3. Week 3: My Slipped Shoulder

     Other Activities (6 hours)

         3. Assignments (6 hours)
            c. Students understand the dissection steps of upper and lower limbs. (2 hours)
            d. Students plan and do one project to apply dissection in clinical managements, like
                incision, excision, vena section, sircumcision or punction. (2 hours)
            e. Students make case analysis about each tutorial case based on clinically oriented
                anatomy. (2 hours)


     Credit: 3 SKS (36 hours)                           Time Period: 3 weeks


     Measurable Learning Outcome:
        1. The skill to perform simple dissection in upper and lower extremities.
        2. The ability to apply the knowledge of the clinical oriented of upper and lower limb with
           dissection approaches.
        3. Skill to identify the important structures in the upper and lower limb that are meningful
           in clinical cases or procedures.

     Number of Participant: minimal 20 students and maximal 25 students
     Person in Charge           dr. Santoso Budiharjo, MKes., PA
     Contact Number             Office:-             Fax:-                       Hp:+62818276768
     Email                      -

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        B.2. Pharmacology & Therapy

              The Department of Pharmacology & Theraphy offer 3 major course for elective
       programme;

     Title / Course Offered:
     1. Herbal Medicine and Phytopharmaca
     Overview:

           Alternative therapy such as Herbal medicine, acupuncture, massage is becoming a trend in the
     community and it is now considered being a way of life for some people. Herbal medicine is believed
     to have potency to cure and it can compete with conventional medicine since it is effective for some
     instance, safe and cheap. Indonesia and some tropical countries have been known to have plants that
     are potential as phytotherapy, but further research and process are still needed abundant.

             This module introduces to the students the knowledge about the development of herbals to
     herbal preparation which useful for therapeutic such as traditional medicine (“jamu”), standardized
     herbal extract, phytopharmaca, and also modern drug. Students will be acquainted the basic materials
     of herbal medicine and phytopharmaca, how to identify the secondary metabolic of extract, to
     appraise critically of evidence related to herbal medicine, and application of herbal medicine and
     phytopharmaca in evidence based clinical practice. Students will also be required to do simple
     research using phytopharmaca and visit to herbal medicine garden/ practice site.

             The module provides a 41-hour learning activity consisting of 10 lectures, 3 tutorials, 4-time
     practical works, field visit, assignments, self study, and exam. The module will be conducted in the
     campus of Faculty of Medicine UGM.

     Objective:

          1. To know definition and types of herbal medicine and Phytopharmaca
          2. To understand the meaning of secondary metabolic
          3. To understand the basic material and pharmaceutical dosage form of herbal medicine and
              phytopharmaca
          4. To practice secondary metabolite identification of extract as basic materials for herbal
              medicine and phytopharmaca
          5. To evaluate the meaning of pharmaceutical dosage form of herbal medicine and
              phytopharmaca
          6. To understand the stage of preclinical and clinical trials for herbal medicine phytopharmaca.
          7. To know the application of herbal medicine and phytopharmaca in evidence based clinical
              practice
          8. To understand the risk and side effect of herbal medicine and phytopharmaca.
             To know the national and international regulation of medicine from natural resources




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     Activities:

     Lecture (15 hours)
         1. Introduction (50 minutes, Prof. Dr. Mae Sri Hartati W., MSi., Apt/Dept. of Pharmacology and
             Therapy)
         2. Herbal medicine and phytopharmaca in medical science (100 minutes, Prof. Dr. Mae Sri
             Hartati W., MSi., Apt/Dept. of Pharmacology and Therapy)
         3. Secondary metabolic of herbal medicine (100 minutes, Prof. Dr. Subagus Wahyuono, M.Sc.,
             Apt/Faculty of pharmacy, GMU)
         4. The use of herbal medicine and phytopharmaca in clinical practice (100 minutes, Dr. dr. I
             Nyoman Kertia, SpPD(KR), Dept. of Internal Medicine)
         5. Pharmaceutical dosage form for herbal medicine and phytopharmaca. (50 minutes, Dra Tri
             Murini, M.Si., Apt /Dept. of Pharmacology and Therapy)
         6. Preclinical trials of herbal medicine (50 minutes, dr. Rustamaji, Dept. of Pharmacology and
             Therapy)
         7. Clinical trials of herbal medicine (50 minutes, dr. Setyo Purwono, M.Kes.,Sp.PD., Dept. of
             Pharmacology and Therapy)
         8. National and international regulation of herbal medicine and phytopharmaca (50 minutes,
             Prof. dr. Iwan Dwiprahasto, M.Med.Sc., PhD)
         9. Safety of herbal medicine and Phytopharmaca (100 minutes, dr. Rul Afiyah S.,M.Kes, Dept. of
             Pharmacology and Therapy)
         10. Evidence Based Medicine of herbal medicine and phytopharmaca (100 minutes, dr. Jarir At
             Thobari, Ph.D.)
     Tutorial (12 hours)
         a. Scenario 1: The magic leaves (Dra. Tri Murini, M.Si, Apt)
         b. Scenario 2: From traditional to modern medicine (dr. Rul Afiyah,M. Kes)
         c. Scenario 3:Clinical safety of herbal medicine (dr. Jarir At Thobari, Ph. D)
     Assignment (2 hours)
        a. Students have to find brochures of herbal medicine and phytopharmaca dosage forms
           available in markets (50 minutes, Dra. Tri Murini, MSi., Apt, Dept. of Pharmacology and
           Therapy)
        b. A group of students (3-4 persons) is asked to search and learn a journal containing herbal
           medicine (50 minutes, dr. Jarir At Thobari, PhD., Dept. of Pharmacology and Therapy)
     Practical Work (6 hours)
        a. Identification of secondary metabolic (100 minutes, Prof. Dr. Mae Sri Hartati, Apt)
        b. Information of pharmaceutical dosage form for herbal medicine and phytopharmaca (100
           minutes, Dra. Tri Murini, MSi., Apt, Dept. of Pharmacology and Therapy)
        c. Journal reading on drugs from natural resources (100 minutes, dr. Jarir At Thobari, PhD., Dept.
           of Pharmacology and Therapy)



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     Field visit (6 hours)
        a. Students visit to Merapi Farma/herbal medicine garden (150 minutes, dr. Hajid Rahmadiyanto,
            Dept. of Pharmacology and Therapy)
        b. Students visit to PJT (Pusat Jamu Tradisionil) Dr. Sardjito (150 minutes, dr. Rustamaji, Dept. of
            Pharmacology and Therapy)
     Examination


     Time Period: 41 hours ( 3 weeks)

     Measurable Learning Outcome:
       a. The knowledge of the meaning of herbal medicine, phytopharmaca and secondary metabolite
       b. The ability to identify extract as basic material of herbal medicine and phytopharmaca
       c. The ability to evaluate pharmaceutical dosage form of herbal medicine and phytopharmaca in
           therapy
       d. The ability to appraise critically of evidence related to herbal medicine
       e. The knowledge of using herbal medicine and phytopharmaca in therapy.
       f. The knowledge of the risk and side effect of herbal medicine and phytopharmaca.
      g. The knowledge of national and international regulation of medicine from natural resources

     Number of Participant: minimal 5 students
     Coordinator                 Prof. Dr. Mae Sri Hartati W., M.Si., Apt (+628121569484)


     Title / Course Offered:
     2. Guide To Good Prescribing Implementation In Medical Practice
     Overview:

            At the start of clinical training most medical students find that they don’t have clear idea on
     what medicine to prescribe for their patients and why there are treatment guideline where particular
     medicine are recommended while the others are not. This might be a result of earlier pharmacology
     training which concentrates more on theory than on clinical application. The training was probably
     ‘drug centered’ and focused on indication and side effects of different drugs. In the real clinical
     situation, a doctor has to start a thinking process from diagnosis to selection of medicine. This elective
     block exposes the students some of patient’s cases/ problem needed to solve. By this “problem
     solving” activities, students are expected to better understand why certain treatment are chosen and
     not just what treatment are chosen, students also can improve their practical prescribing skills.

     Objective:
     General Instructional Objectives
           At the end of this learning unit, student are expected to be able to understand how to:
             1. Describe and practice six steps of the process of rational treatment
             2. Select P(personal) drugs
             3. Make P(personal) formulary


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              4. Evaluate irrational prescribing
     Specific Instructional Objectives
            At the end of this learning unit, student are expected to be able to understand:
              1. Medicine use problems and frameworks to improve medicine use
              2. Critical evaluation of medicine information and responding to promotional practices
              3. Critical evaluation of clinical trial report
              4. Treatment guideline and its updating process
              5. Evaluation of efficacy and safety
              6. Therapeutic communication
              7. Essential medicine and generic program
              8. Hospital formulary and compendia
              Recent updates on pharmacotherapy of top 10 diseases
     Activities:
          a. Lectures (14 hours)
              1. Introducing to the module “Guide to Good Prescribing” (team)
              2. Understanding medicine use problems and frameworks to improve medicine use (Dr. Sri
                   Suryawati)
              3. Therapeutic decision process (Guide to Good Prescribing) (dr. H. Sulanto Saleh Danu R,
                   Sp.FK)
              4. Critical evaluation of medicine information and responding to promotional practices (dr.
                   Agung Nugroho)
              5. Critical evaluation of clinical trial report (dr. Rustamaji, MKes)
              6. Treatment guideline and its updating process (Prof. dr. Iwan Dwiprahasto, MMedSc, PhD)
              7. Evaluation of efficacy and safety (dr. Rustamaji, MKes)
              8. Therapeutic communication (dr. Agung Nugroho)
              9. Essential medicine and generic program (Dr. Sri Suryawati)
              10. Hospital formulary and compendia (dr.Jarir At-Thobari, PhD)
              11. Pharmacotherapy of Diabetes Melitus (dr. Setyo Purwono, SpPD, MKes)
              12. Pharmacotherapy of Pain (dr. Rul Afiyah Syarif, MKes)
              13. Pharmacotherapy of Hypertension (dr. Woro Rukmi Pratiwi, SpPD, MKes)
              14. Pharmacotherapy of Diarrhea (Prof. dr. S.Yati Soenarto, SpA(K), PhD)
         b.    Practical work (10 hours)
              1.   Defining patient’s problem, specifying therapeutic process, selecting medicine, write
                   prescription, giving information and monitoring the treatment of ARI and Pain (Person in
                   charge: dr. Rustamaji, MKes)
              2.   Defining patient’s problem, specifying therapeutic process, selecting medicine, write
                   prescription, giving information and monitoring the treatment of Diarrhea and Asthma
                   (Person in charge: dr. Rustamaji, MKes)
              3.   Defining patient’s problem, specifying therapeutic process, selecting medicine, write
                   prescription, giving information and monitoring the treatment of Hypertension and
                   Angina Pectoris (Person in charge: dr. Rustamaji, MKes)
              4.   Defining patient’s problem, specifying therapeutic process, selecting medicine, write
                   prescription, giving information and monitoring the treatment of Dyspepsia, Ulcus
                   Pepticum and UTI (Person in charge: dr. Rustamaji, MKes)
              5.   Defining patient’s problem, specifying therapeutic process, selecting medicine, write
                   prescription, giving information and monitoring the treatment of Skin Diseases and Sense
                   Organ Diseases (Person in charge: dr. Rustamaji, MKes)

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         c.    Tutorial (12 hours)
              1. Week 1 : Welcome to the jungle (Person in charge: dr. Agung Nugroho)
              2. Week 2 : Surviving the jungle (Person in charge: dr. Agung Nugroho)
              3. Week 3 : Be the emperor of the jungle (Person in charge: dr. Agung Nugroho)
         d.    Other activity
               Independent learning (finding vignette cases, reading literature/ learning sources
               implementing six steps of GGP to be presented in practical session)

     Examination

     Time Period: 36 hours ( 3 weeks)

     Measurable Learning Outcome:
        1. Satisfied performance and correct treatment on top 10 diseases: ARI, Pain, Diarrhea, Asthma,
            Angina Pectoris, Hypertension, Dyspepsia, Ulcus Pepticum, UTI, Skin Diseases and Sense Organ
            Diseases
        2. Satisfied performance and correct description of treatment guideline for top 10 diseases: ARI,
            Pain, Diarrhea, Asthma, Angina Pectoris, Hypertension, Dyspepsia, Ulcus Pepticum, UTI, Skin
            Diseases and Sense Organ Diseases
        3. Satisfied performance and correct description on compendia for medicine uses for top 10
            diseases: ARI, Pain, Diarrhea, Asthma, Angina Pectoris, Hypertension, Dyspepsia, Ulcus
            Pepticum, UTI, Skin Diseases and Sense Organ Diseases
     *performance: activity, commitment, conduit and professional behavior

     Number of Participant: minimal 5 students

     Coordinator                     DR. Sri Suryawati (suryawati.farklin@gmail.com, mail@farklin.com)


     Title / Course Offered:
     3. Medical Toxicology
     Overview:
              This module introduces to the students the knowledge of health problem caused by toxic
     substance or drug intoxication.
             The learning activities provides a 40 hours learning activity consisting of 14 lectures, 4 small
     group discussions, 3-time laboratory practices, assignments, self study, and exam.

           The module of Medical Toxicology is one of modules in Block 4.3 (elective) contains of learning
     activities deal with the knowledge of health problems caused by toxic substance or drug intoxication.
     The learning activities include 18 lectures, 4 small group discussions, 3 laboratory works and few
     sessions of self studies.

          The students are expected to elaborate their own learning objectives and encouraged to more
     independent in their discussion and use different learning resources including textbook, journal,
     manual and other facilities. All of learning activities may enrich student knowledge, get experiences in

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     skill and may develop their insight basic science.


     Objectives:

     Student are asked to:

          9.    Understand the scope of toxicology, medical toxicology and related field study.
          10.   Understand epidemiology of poisoning
          11.   Explain the mechanism of action of toxic agents
          12.   Explain toxicodynamics and factors influence to toxic effects
          13.   Explain toxicokinetics, factors influence to toxicokinetics and relationship of the dose and
                toxic effects.
          14.   Explain and practice some toxicity tests
          15.   Explain the principle action and practice the use of antidotes
          16.   Explain emesis, gastric lavage, laxants, adsorbent, forced diuresis, dialysis and
                hemoperfussion in the therapy of acute intoxications.
          17.   Explain diagnosis, clinical management and therapy of pesticide intoxications
          18.   Explain diagnosis, clinical management and therapy of drug and food poisoning, including
                steven Johnson syndrome
          19.   Explain sample handling food and pesticides poisoning
          20.   Explain diagnosis ,clinical and social management, and therapy of drug dependency
          21.   Understand potential materials cause poisoning
     Activities:
     Lectures (19 hours)
         a. Introduction (50 minutes, Prof.dr. Ngatidjan, M.Sc., Sp, FK (K)., Dept. of Pharmacology and
              Therapy)
         b. Epidemiology of Drug Poisoning ( 50 minutes) : dr. Jarir Athobari, Ph.D., Dept.of Pharmacology
              and Therapy
         c. Pharmacology of Drug Poisoning (100 minutes): Prof.dr. Ngatidjan, M.Sc.,Sp,FK(K).,Dept.of
              Pharmacology and Therapy
         d. Clinical Management of Drug Poisoning (50 minutes) : dr. Riska H. Asdie, Dept, of Internal
              Medicine
         e. Clinical management of Steven Johnson Syndrome (50 minute): dr. Y Widodo Sp.KK(K), Dept.
              of Dermato Veneorology
         f. Pharmacology of Food Poisoning (100 minutes): Dra. Yuli Astuti, M.Sc.,Apt.,Dept.of
              Pharmacology and Therapy
         g. Clinical Management of Food Poisoning (50 minutes) : dr. Neneng Ratnasari Sp.PD, KGEH(K),
              Dept, of Internal Medicine
         h. Sample handling of Food Poisoning (50 minutes): dr.Yudha Nurhantari, Sp. F, Ph.D, Dept.
              Forensic Medicine
         i. Pharmacology of Pesticides (100 minutes): Prof. Dr. Mustofa., M.Kes.,Apt., Dept. of
              Pharmacology and Therapy
         j. Clinical Management of Pesticides Poisoning (50 minutes) : dr. Doni Priambodo, Sp.PD., Dept,
              of Internal Medicine
         k. Sample handling of Pesticide Poisoning (50 minutes): LABKESDA
         l. Epidemiology of Drug Dependency (50 minutes): dr. Rustamaji M. Kes, Dept.of Pharmacology
              and Therapy
         m. Pharmacology of Drug Dependency (100 minutes): Dr.med, dr. Widharto, PH. , Dept. of

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            Pharmacology and Therapy
         n. Clinical Management of Drug Dependency (50 minutes): dr. Mahar Agusno, Sp.KJ(K), Dept, of
            Psychiatrics
         o. Social management of Drug Dependency (50 minutes): LSM
     Tutorial (12 hours)
         d. Scenario 1: Drug and Food poisoning
         e. Scenario 2: Insecticides poisoning
         f. Scenario 3: Drug Dependency
     Practical Work (6 hours)
        d. Symptoms of acute drug poisoning
        e. Pesticides acute intoxication
        f. Potential Materials cause poisoning
     Examination

     Time period: 37 hours (3 weeks)

     Measurable learning outcome

         a. Student knowledge on toxicology
         b. Student skill in examining sign and symptom of poison

     Coordinator                 dr. Setyo Purwono M.Kes., Sp.PD (08562881671)

     Person in Charge            Dr. dr. Eti Nurwening Sholikhah, M.Kes




     Contact Number              Office: +62274511103         Fax: +62274511103       Hp: -


     Email                       etiwening@yahoo.com


     Tailor-made activities :    available




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        B.3. Histology and Cell Biology

          Title / Course Offered:
          Epstein-Barr Virus (EBV) Based Diagnostic and Screening for Nasopharyngeal Carcinoma
          (NPC) in Indonesia

          The Program will carry out the activities:
            Lectures
                 o Virology : EBV as a model of virus-host interaction
                 o EBV associated diseases
                 o Nasopharyngeal Carcinoma (NPC), a common EBV associated malignancy in
                 Indonesia: an overview
                 o EBV based Diagnostic aspects for NPC
                 o NPC screening
                 o EBV specific antibody diversity
                 o EBV specific antibody detection
            Journal discussion on the related topics
            Demonstration and Hands-on of EBV based diagnostic techniques
                 o Westernblot-Immunoblot
                 o ELISA
            Evaluation activities
                 o Presentation of the report for each sub-topics at the end of the program



          Week 1
          Introduction and an overview on Epstein-Barr Virus (EBV), Nasopharyngeal Carcinoma
          (NPC) and their correlation. It will be given in the form of lectures and journal
          discussion.

          Week 2 & 3
          The EBV based diagnostic techniques (Westernblot-immunoblot and ELISA) will be
          provided in these weeks. The students will do the observation as well as having the
          opportunities to hands-on the techniques afterward. One technique will be done in a
          week. During the practical work, the students will do the small project related to the
          technique, and the result will be presented.
          At the end of each week, journal discussion on the related technique will be done to
          give better understanding of the application of the techniques.

          Week 4
          After having a good understanding on EBV and NPC, in 4th week, we will discuss diverse
          previous projects which use various techniques in the diagnosis and screening of NPC.

          Length of the program: 4 weeks
          PIC: Dewi K Paramita
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        B.4. Clinical Pathology

          Title / Course Offered:
          Hospital Based Blood Transfusion
          Overview:
                 Blood transfusion is one of the important supportive therapy for appropriate
          patients. There are some aspects in blood transfusion i.e. blood screening, component
          preparation, blood storage, pre-transfusion testing, rational use of blood, and
          transfusion reactions. All these aspects should be considered by physicians before giving
          blood to their patients. Safe blood components, appropriate compatibility testing,
          advantages and disadvantages of transfusion therapy should be understood by
          physicians. Good knowledge and skill in blood transfusion area is needed for physicians
          to be able to use blood rationally as recommended by World Health Organization.
                 Sardjito Hospital Bloodbank collects blood from donors, process it into
          components, screen for infectious diseases, store, and distribute it to the patients. As
          the referral hospital, there are many special cases of patients which need transfusion,
          e.g. AIHA, HDN, and Dengue patients.

          Objective:
          General Instructional Objectives:
          Students understand the donation procedures, preparation aspect of blood
          components, pre-transfusion testing, and clinical use of blood in Hospital bloodbank
          and Blood Transfusion Unit of Indonesian Redcross

          Specific Instructional Objectives:
              1. Students understand the donation procedures
              2. Students understand the donor management
              3. Students understand the screening of blood
              4. Students understand the preparation & storage of blood components
              5. Students understand and are able to perform blood grouping

          Activities:
          Lectures
               a. Blood: From donors into patients (100 minutes) - Teguh Triyono, dr.,M.Kes.,
               SpPK(K)
               b. Basic Principle of Blood Grouping (100 minutes) - Setyawati, dr., Sp. PK(K)
               c. Crossmatching, Antibody screening, and Antiglobulin Testing (100 minutes) - Usi
               sukorini, dr., Sp. PK., M.Kes
               d. Clinical Aspects of Blood transfusion(100 minutes) - Pujo Hagung, dr.,SpA
               e. Laboratory Aspects of Infectious Diseases in Transfusion (100 minutes) –
               Suwarso Dr.Med.dr. SpPK(K)




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          Practical Sessions (12 hours)
               1. Blood donation and Donor screening (100 minutes)
               2. Blood component preparation (100 minutes)
               3. Blood transmitted diseases screening (100 minutes)
               4. Blood Storage and Distribution(100 minutes)
               5. Crossmatch using Gel Test (100 minutes)

          Tutorial (12 hours)
              1. Blood product safety (2x100 minutes)
              2. Transfusion reaction (2x100 minutes)
              3. Rational Transfusion (2x100 minutes)

          Other Activities (6 hours)
              1. Students visit Sardjito Hospital Blood Bank , and make an individual report
              concerning
              2. Evaluation/ Assessment
              management of Hospital Blood Bank Assignments (6 hours)
          Time Period: 2 weeks
          Measurable Learning Outcome:
              1. The knowledge of preparation of blood components
              2. The knowledge & experience of blood screening
              3. The knowledge & experience of blood grouping
              4. The knowledge & experience of cross match testing

          Tailor-made activities : available
          Number of Participant: minimal 3 students and maximal 10 students

          PIC: dr. Teguh triyono, MKes., SpPK

        B.5. Physiology
        (not confirmed yet)

        B.6. Biochemistry
        (Not confirmed yet)

        B.7. Microbiology
        (Not confirmed yet)

        B.8. Anatomical Pathology
        (Not confirmed yet)




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  C.    Public Health Department

       Title / Course Offered:
       Elective program on Maternal and Child Health Care in Rural Area

       Overview:
       Indonesia has a comprehensive health care system, beginning with type A hospital located in big
       city, up to alert village (desa siaga). This elective program will give opportunity to the participant
       to be involved actively in health care activities in rural area. Participants will learn on how
       community health center works for solving maternal and child health problem. Activities in this
       program including visit community health center and carry out observation, interview, discussion
       and join preventive program targeted for community health, including Polindes (village maternal
       clinic) and Posyandu (integrated health post). Participants also learn about MTBS (Integrated
       management on sick children), as well as join clinical rotation at village level (Puskesling or PKD).
       To gain more understanding about rural health, participants are expected to stay in community
       house, such as midwife residence, therefore they can have chance to work with midwife in
       practicing maternal and child health care. Indeed, staying with community will give opportunity
       to learn public health care, particularly at village level.

       Objective:
       To experience basic (public) health care in the primary health centers (Puskesmas) in rural Java,
       with emphasis on ante natal care, basic emergency obstetric and neonatal care, under five
       clinics, family planning, and health care finance for the poor.

       Activities:
       Lectures (6 hours)
           1. Public health competencies: Scientific of basic public health, Methodological and
                analytical skills, Management and communications skills, Policy and advocacy skills,
                Values and ethics in public health practice, and Management of community health care.
           2. Maternal and child health care in the community; antenatal care, birth attendant,
                neonatal care, immunization, family planning, under-five morbidity care, MHC
                surveillance system.
           3. Current issues of public health in Indonesia, especially in the rural community (remote
                area, poor, etc.)

       Practical Sessions (12 hours)
       The practical session will be conducted in 2 weeks, and we provide two options for students to
       choose between urban or interest rural areas, or a combination of both. When participants
       choose of rural area, they will stay in a community residence closed from Puskesmas or other
       representative and safety places in the district area. In this case, we used to collaborate with
       some midwifes who has private practice in their residence to rent the room for student living.
       In the morning till mid-day, the students will have practical session in the primary health center
       (Puskesmas) and village health post (PKD). Then, in the afternoon till evening the students can
       accompany and assist antenatal or health other care in the private midwife practice place or
       home delivery.
       During practical session, the student will participate in some activities to learn and practice

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      around:
                1. The role of the Puskesmas in the national health care system (equipped, referral,
                  and finance, etc.)
                2. Antenatal care (physical examination, Fe distribution, TT immunization,
                  measurements, counseling, and childbirth planning).
                3. Normal childbirth care
                4. Basic emergency of obstetric and neonatal care
                5. Pregnant women class program
                6. Immunization for both maternal and child
                7. Under five clinics and Integrated management of sick child
                8. Family planning
                9. Surveillance system of public health problem especially MCH surveillance

      Senior midwife and professional field staffs will supervise and assist them (mentored) intensively
      during 2 weeks in the field. To compare the difference health service in different PHC, we provide
      2 PHCs to work in (a week in each PHC).
      Tutorial and Other Activities (6 hours)
          1. Tutorials and supervisions
          2. Assignments
          3. Evaluation/ Assessment

      Credit: 2 SKS (24 hours)                                   Time Period: 3 weeks (2 weeks in the
                                                                 field).

      Measurable Learning Outcome:


      Tailor-made activities : available


      Number of Participant: 2 – 4 students each group


      Person in Charge       Dra. Yayi Suryo Prabandari, MSi., PhD.




                             Office:                    Fax:                      Hp: 0811251064
      Contact Number
                             0274-551409                0274-551410

      Email                  pyayisuryo@yahoo.com



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  D.    Community Health Services Programme

        The participants will largely experience field activities as they will be introduced to
        community health centers and how the centers solve the community health problems.
        They will also visit the public health center and do observations on the preventive activities
        toward community health such as Puskesmas, Posyandu, children care and others. The
        students can also join the clinical rotation at the local health center.
        Length of the programme: six weeks (or tailor-made based on proposal)
        PIC : Drs. Qomarudin, M.Kes



  E.    School of Nursing

       Title / Course Offered:
            1. The Linnaeus Palme Exchange Program
            2. Minor Field Studies (MFS)

       Overview:
                    1. The Linnaeus-Palme program is an exchange program for teachers and students
                       at undergraduate and second cycle level in higher education, aiming at
                       strengthening the co-operation between Swedish higher education institutions
                       and universities in developing countries. The program consists of two parts:
                       Linnaeus – outward traveling teachers and students, and Palme – inward
                       traveling teachers and students. Funds in form of scholarship for the students
                       and in form of grants for teachers are disbursed. The program is managed by
                       the International Program Office for Education and Training and is financed by
                       Sida, the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency.

                    2. Minor Field Studies (MFS) grant from University of Boras Sweden in order to
                       accomplish both the Bachelor and Master thesis.

       Objective:
               1. The Linnaeus-Palme program aiming at strengthening the co-operation between
                  Swedish higher education institutions and universities in developing countries.
               2. Minor Field Studies (MFS) has some purposes as follows:
               - To write the essay to as a perquisite to accomplish the thesis.
               - To prepare students, among others, for future work abroad.

       Activities:
            A. The Linnaeus-Palme program

               The program will carry out the following activities:
               1. Introduction day and school orientation
               2. Lectures (in class session)
               3. Field study
               4. Clinical Practice at Dr Sardjito Hospital
               5. Final report and evaluation


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       Lectures (week 1)

       Practical Sessions (week 2 - 12)
       It includes Field study in community and clinical practice at the Hospital.

       Other Activities (tentative)
              1. Assignments (tentative)
                    It is given while the students are in community and clinical practice at the hospital
                    by their supervisors.
              2. Evaluation/ Assessment (tentative)
                    The students must arrange a final report assignment. After the program is
                    completed, they have to present their final report assignment in front of their
                    supervisors. School of Nursing gives them a certificate of completion. The revision
                    may be submitted by email since they are permitted to arrange it outside.

            B. Minor Field Studies (MFS)
               The program will carry out the following activities:
                   1. Introduction day and school orientation
                   2. Presentation of brief proposal
                   3. Discussion
                   4. Research Preparation
                   5. Hospital Visitation
                   6. Data Collections
                   7. Data Analysis
                   8. Tentative Report Preparation
                   9. Final report and evaluation

       Research preparation (in class), discussion and Hospital visitation (week 1)

       Data collections (week 2 - 4)

       Data analysis (week 5 - 7)

       Tentative research preparation includes Final report and evaluation (week 8)

       Time Period:
          1. The Linnaeus-Palme program (12 weeks)
          2. Minor Field Studies (MFS) : 8 weeks

       Measurable Learning Outcome:
             1. Clinical Competencies in nursing (pediatric, maternity, and medical surgical).
             2. Community Nursing Competencies (elderly, family, and community practice)
             3. Make a report and presentation of study results.

       Tailor-made activities : available
       The curriculum can be adjusted in both host country and home country.

       Number of Participant:
          1. The Linnaeus – Palme program (2 students)
          2. Minor Field Study (MFS) : minimal 2 students

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           3. Other Participants : minimal 2 students

       Person in Charge                  1. Widyawati,      S.Kp.,    M.Kes.
                                            (Coordinator)
                                         2. Elsi Dwi Hapasari, S.Kp., M.S.,
                                            D.S. (Co-coordinator)
                                         3. Zulfirany Satriana (Secretary)




       Contact Number:               Office:                            Phone/Fax:
                                     Ismangoen Building                 +62 274 545647/
                                     Jl. Farmako Sekip Utara Yogyakarta +62 274 631204
                                     55281 Indonesia

       Email                             1. widyawati_ugm@yahoo.com
                                         2. elsidhapsari@gmail.com
                                         3. vira_virani@yahoo.com



  F.    Dietician


       Title / Course Offered:

       Nutraceutical

       Overview:

       The tenet "Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food," espoused by Hippocrates
       nearly 2,500 years ago, is receiving renewed interest. In particular, there has been an explosion
       of consumer interest in the health enhancing role of specific foods or physiologically-active
       food components, so-called functional foods. Clearly, all foods are functional, as they provide
       taste, aroma, or nutritive value. Within the last decade, however, the term functional as it
       applies to food has adopted a different connotation -- that of providing an additional
       physiological benefit beyond that of meeting basic nutritional needs. The module will introduce
       students to functional food from plants and animals as the therapeutic materials. The students
       will learn the kind of foods and it functions, how to produce the food as nutraceutical and
       application of functional food on medication. Students will also conducting simple research
       related to use functional food as nutraceutical.

       The module consists of 24 hours learning activities, i.e. 4 lectures, 2 small group discussions, 2
       laboratory-practical works, assignments, self study and examination. The module will be


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       conducted in the campus of medicine GMU.

       Objective:

           1.   To understand the definition of functional food
           2.   To understand the source of functional foods from plants and animals
           3.   To understand the mechanism of functional food in the body
           4.   To practice how to produce functional food from plants and animals
           5.   To evaluate the meaning of nutraceutical dosage from functional food
           6.   To understand how to apply functional food on medication

       Activities:

       1. Lecture

         a. Functional food as nutraceutical (100 minutes, Fatma Zuhrotun Nisa’, STP.MP.)

         b. The source of functional food from plants and animals ( 100 minutes, Lily Arsanti Lestari,
         STP.MP.)

         c. The mechanism of functional food in the body (100 minutes, Prof. Dr. Ir. Y. Marsono, Msc.)

         d. The use of functional food and nutraceutical dosage on clinical practice (100 minutes, Siti
         Helmyati, DCN., M.Kes)

       2. Small Group Discussion

           a. Scenario 1 : What do we eat? (150 minutes, Fatma Zuhrotun Nisa, STP.MP)
           b. Scenario 2 : How much we need ? (150 minutes, Siti Helmyati, DCN.,M.Kes)

       3. Practical Work

          a. Functional Food Production (Fatma Zuhrotun Nisa, STP. MP)

          b. Evaluation of Nutraceutical dosage from functional food (Lily Arsanti Lestari, STP.MP.)

       4. Assignment

          a. Students should be able to obtain certain plants and animals to produce the functional
          food (50 minutes)

          b. Students have to find nutraceutical dosage functional food available in market (50
          minutes)

       5. Examination (100 minutes)


       Credit: 3 SKS (36 hours)                                    Time Period: 3 weeks

       Measurable learning outcome :

           a. The knowledge of the meaning of functional food and the source of functional food
              from plants and animal and the mechanism of functional food in the body.
           b. The skill of producing functional food

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           c. The ability of evaluating nutraceutical dosage from functional food in therapy.
           d. The knowledge of using functional food in therapy.


       Outcome measurement :

           1. Activities performance during the course (b and c)
           2. Active participation and discussion, written assignments and written test (a and d)


       Tailor-made activities : available


       Number of Participant: minimal 10 students and maximal 40 students


       Person in Charge     Fatma Zuhrotun Nisa’, STP, MP




       Contact Number       Office: Department of       Fax: 0274-547775         Hp: 081578506479
                            Health Nutrition, Faculty
                            of Medicine, Gadjah
                            Mada University


       Email                fatma_znisa@yahoo.com




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                                     REGULATIONS
   1. Applicants of Elective Programme should be in Yogyakarta before the commencement of the
       programme. Upon arrival and before leaving Yogyakarta, the applicants should report to the
       Secretariat of International Affairs and Student Service Faculty of Medicine Universitas Gadjah
       Mada.
   2. During the programme, the participant will be positioned as an observer in most daily activities.
       In certain cases, the participant is permitted to interact with patient under supervision from the
       attending staff/doctor in charge.
    3. During the period of the elective programme, the participants should fully attend all
       programmes. Once the participants begin their first rotation, they will not be permitted to make
       any changes to their schedule.
   4. The courses and clinical instructions are majority given in Bahasa Indonesia. Therefore, it is
       advised to applicants to make some efforts into that language in order to achieve maximum
       benefits of the programme.
   5. As an elective student you will be involved in day-to-day interactions with patient, members of
       the public, and members of medical staff. These interactions may involve discussions of sensitive
       issues and the performance of a range of clinical duties.
   6. The participants must be well-groomed and professional in appearance by establishing
       yourselves in particular attire as follows;

              Prominently display your official hospital ID card at all times to ensure that your
               status as a student is clear.
              Male students are expected to wear collared shirts.
              Female students are expected to dress modestly and avoid tops that are low-cut or
               bare the midriff. Short skirts above knees are also inappropriate.
              Jeans and trainers are not acceptable items of attire. Sandals or open-toe shoes are
               inappropriate in clinical areas as sharp objects may pierce the foot.
             Please kindly bring your own laboratory and/or doctor’s coat,

   7. Eligible participants will be given a certificate of completion at the end of the programme.




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             GENERAL REQUIREMENTS of APPLICATION
    1. Applicant is required to complete the Application Form.
    2. Attach two (2) pieces of passport-sized photographs and five (5) pieces of 3X4 sized photographs
       in red background for police report administration and two (2) pieces passport-sized photographs
       in red background for faculty administration and hospital ID card. You may provide extra
       photographs with you for abrupt necessity .
    3. Enclose a Letter of Recommendation from the Dean of Faculty of Medicine of your home
       university.
    4. Enclose recent Curriculum Vitae.
    5. Enclose a copy of Passport.
    6. Enclose a letter of statement that you will not engage in a job and will obey the Indonesian Law
       and Regulations prevailed.
    4. Enclose an outline or a proposal describing the specific purpose and expectation upon your
      future elective participation at the department you wish to apply.
    5. All documents mentioned above must be submitted to the Secretariat of International Office and
      Student Service- Faculty of Medicine Universitas Gadjah Mada at least three(3) months prior to
      the expected commencement date of the elective programme.




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                                OTHER INFORMATION
Visas

    After the expected departments produce a letter of approval, the Secretariat will issue a Letter of
    Acceptance and a Letter of Sponsor for the applicants to apply for Indonesia Social and Culture Visa
    or Visa Kunjungan Sosial Budaya (VKSB) at the Indonesian Embassy or Consulate General available in
    your countries.


Health Insurance and Vaccination

    The participant is required to arrange an International Health Insurance Plan, which will cover the
    participants’ medical expenses during the programme.

    Vaccination is advised against Hepatitis A&B and Typhoid. If visiting islands outside Java and Bali,
    prophylaxis for Malaria is recommended.


Accommodation

    Programme fee does not include the accommodation fee during the programme. The participants
    are requested to arrange your own accommodation.

    The followings are recommended places nearby our Faculty:

    1. Wisma MM UGM
       This place is available for monthly living.
        Address: Jalan Colombo, Yogyakarta Indonesia
       Phone: +62 274 557981
       Email: studenthousing@mmugm.ac.id or visit http://housing.mmugm.ac.id
       (The location is about 25 minutes of walking distance)

    2. Wisma Kagama
       Address: Bunderan Boulevard UGM Bulaksumur Blok G Yogyakarta Indonesia
       Phone. +62 274 560142 Fax. 0274-560186
       Email: pphkagama@ugm.ac.id
       (The location is about 15 minutes of walking distance)

        Approximate room rates:
        VIP : IDR 275,000,00 per night
        Standard Room Fl.1: IDR 250,000.00 per night
        Standard Room Fl.2: IDR 200,000.00 per night




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    3. University Club Hotel & Homestay
       Address: Jalan Bulaksumur, Yogyakarta, Indonesia
       Phone: +62 274 563461, +62 274 557216, +62 812 2733 7611
       Email: university_club@gamamulti.com
       (The location is about 10-15 minutes of walking distance)

         Approximate room rates:
         Daily standard room: IDR 375,000.00 per night
         (please kindly confirm for monthly rate)


    4. UNY Hotel
       Address: Jalan Colombo, Yogyakarta, Indonesia
       Phone: +62274553078 Fax. +62274553089
       Email: unyhotel@yahoo.com
       Website: www.unyhoteljogja.com
       Room Rates start from IDR350,000 per night

    5. Cakra Kusuma Hotel
        Address: Jl. Kaliurang No 25 Km 5,2 Yogyakarta - Indonesia 55284
        Phone: +62 274 588066 Fax. +62 274 541692
        E-mail : marketing@cakrakusuma-hotel.com or visit: http://www.cakrakusuma-hotel.com/
       Room rates start from IDR 325,000.00 per night


    6. Aryuka Hotel
       Address: Jl. Kaliurang KM5.8 Yogyakarta Indonesia
       Phone +62 274 552697, +62 274 552699
       Email: aryukahotel@gmail.com or visit: http://aryukahotel.blogspot.com/

         Room rates start from IDR 250,000.00 per night

    7.   Homestay Heru
         Address: Jl. Pringgodani No. 15 Yogyakarta Indonesia
         Phone: +62 274 544749 / +62 274 7434929
         E-mail : lestariheru@yahoo.com or visit: http://jogja-heruhomestay.jogjapromo.com/
         Rate: IDR 1,050,000.00 per week

    8. Ibu Ike- Family Homestay
       Address: Pogung Baru No. F-70 Yogyakarta Indonesia
       Phone: +62 274 553504
       (The location is 15 minutes of walking distance)
       Rate: IDR 1,000,000 per month


    Please visit http://www.ugmresidence.ac.id/ for further information on student dormitory available
    in Universitas Gadjah Mada at reasonable price. The Secretariat is pleased to assist for your stay
    arrangement in the student dormitory.



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                           ELECTIVE PROGRAMME FEES

     No                      Item                                Terms of Payment
1.        Application fee : US $ 100           program application
2.        Enrollment fee: US $ 200             shall be made maximum 4 week before the programme
                                               begins
3.        Course fee : US $ 150 per week       total course fee shall be made maximum 4 week before
                                               the programme begins

     *Important Notes
           The nature of application fee payment is non-refundable under any circumstances once
             the application has been submitted and processed. The application will not be processed
             until the payment has been made.
           The applicants should attach the copied of transfer slips along with other required
             documents.
           After the applicant receives the Letter of Acceptance, the placement of Elective
             programme is not secured until this payment has been made.
           In case of cancellation, refund of application fee will not be granted. Letter of official
             cancellation should be addressed to the Dean of the Faculty of Medicine, and should be
             received at least one month before the scheduled date.

     Payment should be made to the following account:

     BNI 46 Cabang UGM Bulaksumur Yogyakarta
     Account Number : 0180978527
     Beneficiary Name : Prof.dr.Ali Ghufron Mukti/M. Mansyur Romi
     Swiftcode: BNINIDJAXXX




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                                 List of Partner Universities
    The applicants from the universities that have collaborations with Universitas Gadjah Mada & IFMSA
    students exchange are excluded from the application and course fees. Please see the below list of
    partner universities.

      America & Canada
       1. Johns Hopkins University
       2. Harvard Medical School
       3. University of Saskatchewan,Canada
       4. U.S. NAMRU-2
       5. Nursing Saskatchewan,Canada



      Australia
       1. The Queen Elizabeth Hospital Fac.of Med. University of Adelaide
       2. University of Melbourne
       3. Monash University
       4. University of Sydney
       5. University of Western Sydney
       6. EBV Unit QIMR

      Austria
       1. Leopold-Franzens Univ. of Innsbruck
       2. School of PH, Inst. Of Hygiene and Social Med, Univ. Innsbruck
       3. Innsbruck Medical University

      The Netherlands
       1. Vrije Universiteit
       2. OLVG, Amsterdam
       3. Maastricht University
       4. The Network Community Partnership
       5. The Dutch School (Utrecht)
       6. University of UTRECHT
       7. NKI-Anthoni van Leuweenhoek Institute (AVL)
       8. Rijksuniversiteit Groningen (RUG)/ UMCG

      Finlandia
       1. Dept of Health Care Espoo-Vantaa Polytechnics

      India
       1. Indian Institute of Health Management Research

      Japan
       1. ICMR Kobe Univ., School of Med
       2. Kobe University, Graduate School of Medicine
       3. Kobe Women's University
       4. Mukogawa Women's University Institute for World Development

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       5. Juntendo University, School of Medicine
       6. Okayama University Medical School

      German
      1. Medical Fac. Of the Eberhard-Karls-Univ Tubingen

      Korea
       1. Colledge of Medicine, Korea University
       2. Kyunghee

      Malaysia
      1. University Sains Malaysia

      Singapore
       1. National University Hospital ( Dept. Orthopaedic Surgery)
       2. National University Hospital
      Sweden
       1. Umeå University
       2. Lund University

      Taiwan
       1. Taipei University

      Thailand
       1. Faculty of Medicine Naresuan University




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