Medical Education Program is an academic medical education that consists of 144 credits in 8 semesters. Curriculum of medical education program using hybrid problem based on leaning (PBL hybrid) approach that is arranged spirally that is gradually from simple to complex.
Learning approach strategy based on SPICES (Student Centered, Problem-based, Integrated, Community Oriented, Early Clinical Exposure and Systematic) methods.
Student centered is a learning strategy where students have an active and independent role, and as an adult person and fully responsible for their learning. This learning is achieved through Small Group Discussion (SGD), students actively learning from a trigger scenario and facilitated by the tutor. Lecturers as tutors will facilitate student group discussions and stimulate students in achieving learning objectives.
Problem Based is a concept of learning in which students learn based on problems as triggers or illustrations of cases used to search, dig, and gather information. This lesson is applied to SGD and Basic Clinical Skills (KKD).
Integrated is an approach in the learning process that uses approaches between fields of study, combining the field of study by setting curriculum, skills and concepts that are integrated both vertically and horizontally, so that students are expected not to think in a fragmented way in each discipline but can connect and integrate the knowledge and skills possessed intact cross-discipline science.
Community Oriented is an approach that leads to a learning system that is oriented to the needs and interests of the community. Students are not limited by the classroom but also study the life of the community in the real environment.
Early Clinical Exposure is one of the learning methods in which students are introduced earlier in clinical conditions according to the blocks and modules that are being run. This concept is implemented in community-based learning activities such as family-built health activities (KBK), Project Based Learning, orientation to hospitals and puskesmas.
Systematic is a learning process with the objectives, materials and stages are clear, logical and orderly so that students can gain a better understanding and can achieve the expected competencies.