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In accordance with the standards of medical competence set by the Indonesian Medical Council in 2006, and the Global Standard issued by the World Federation for Medical Education in 2003, medical school graduates are expected to have qualifications as follows:

  1. Have the competency to communicate effectively and the ability to show empathy; the skills is trained starting in the early semester in Human Interaction Module and hospital visits.
  2. Have the competency to conduct basic physical examinations; the skills are trained in the early semester, exemplified in hospital visit sessions, clinical posting–junior, and trained in the entire clinical rotation.
  3. Have the competencies in applying basic biomedical sciences, clinical sciences, behavioral sciences and epidemiology in family medicine practice; the skills are mainly taught in various subjects and modules related to biomedical sciences, humanism, biostatistics and community medicine.
  4. Have the competencies in addressing individual, family and community health issues comprehensively, holistically, sustainably, integrally and cooperatively in primary health care context; the skills are taught in Public Health and Preventive Medicine lectures and holistic approach to human environment.
  5. Have the ability to think critically, which is trained using Learning Skills and Evidence-based Learning (EBL) module in the first semester, and have the competency of scientific thinking that is trained using a research module and applying in clinical decision makings.
  6. Competency in performing self assessment and self-development, which are mainly taught in the Learning Skills and EBL module.
  7. Have competency in applying ethics, good moral standards and professionalism principles which are trained in the entire clinical education stage

FMAU adds specific competences as follows:

  1. Graduates have the ability to diagnose and delivering first aid in emergency situation, and set plans to handle health problems that arise in disaster.
  2. Graduates are able to manage tropical diseases – both communicable and non communicable – using genetic, behavioral and socio-cultural approaches while taking into account host, agent and environment factors.
  3. Graduates have the competency in applying scientific thinking in research, using various concepts and approaches of basic, clinical and community medicine

Graduate qualifications of this program are the Bachelor of Medicine (B.Med.), awarded after the completion of academic education which normally takes seven semesters. Professional Education Program follows the academic education stage. Its normal duration is 1.5 years, and Medical doctor title is awarded to successful participants. After completing the professional program, graduates can proceed to internship programs in their country of origin, to obtain medical license from their own countries’ medical council.

Professional program is conducted by each of the clinical post departments. Elective programs will be offered to students who wish to obtain in-depth and extensive knowledge and skills in specific fields. The offer will be tailored to the student’s interest and the availability of providers. Elective programs can be taken at the FMAU campus or in other places with FMAU’s facilitation

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