ADILA MIDWIFERY ACADEMY BANDAR LAMPUNG LEARNS FROM UDINUS’ MEDICAL RECORD
Adila Midwifery Academy Bandar Lampung visited the Faculty of Health Dian Nuswantoro University (Udinus). The visitation was conducted to support the process of establishing D3 Medical Record and Health Information (RMIK) of Adila Midwifery Academy which located at Rajabasa, Bandar Lampung.
The competence training of medical record and workshop of curriculum development of D3 RMIK for Adila Midwifery Academy were lasted for a week, from Monday 15th – Friday 19th of January, in D Building of The Faculty of Health, Udinus. Adila Midwifery Academy planning to open a new study program of D3 RMIK. "Because RMIK Udinus has an A accreditation and we have a cooperation with Udinus, so we study to prepare the requirements for a new study program here" said Andriyani Rambe, one of Adila Midwifery Academy’s lecturers. She said that it was still rare for Universities in Sumatra to have RMIK courses for a reference, and the development of science in Java was much faster. The visitation was accompanied by the Supervisor of Yayasan Harian Akbid Adila, Ali Sukmen Hutasuhut along with the lecturers.
The Workshop was in the form of basic learning of RMIK training, plus debriefing of how to arrange curriculum and organizational structure chart in the process of establishing a new study program. Universities that have RMIK study program is quite rare, there are less than 5 D3 RMIK courses earned an A accreditation in Indonesia. "It is an honor for us to be trusted by Adila Midwifery Academy Bandar Lampung to teach them. It’s a long way from here. “Said Guruh Fajar Shidik S.Kom., M.Cs, The Dean of The Faculty of Health Udinus. (* PR / mey)