|Female Students in UII Medical School Possess Unique Characteristics|
|Thursday, 31 May 2012|
Student of Faculty of Medicine (FK) UII, particularly the female students are widely recognized as possessing unique characteristics if compared with other medical students. Their unique characteristics can be seen from many ways like in dress style, behavior and attitude during their clinical study period.
"According to UII partner hospital, medical female students UII who conduct clinical study possess different character if compared with other medical student especially in the way they dress and behave.” As told by Dean of Medicine Faculty UII, dr. Isnatin Miladiyah, M.Kes, when delivered her speech at medical students oath taking ceremony on Thursday (5/31) at UII main campus. 37 medical students who have graduated on Saturday, May 26, 2012 involved in oath taking procession.
In her speech, dr. Isnatin delivered her message to 37 medical students who will conduct in a clinical study at UII partner hospitals to prioritize patient needs. “You will learn many things when examining a patient. Besides, our side will supervise UII medical student’s performance once every five weeks.” She explained.
Deputy Director of Grhasia Hospital, Yogyakarta, dr. Sulasmi, Sp. KJ also delivered her remark and appreciated UII medical students who have finished their clinical education at Grhasia Hospital.
Meanwhile UII Rector, Prof. Dr. Edy Suandi Hamid, M.Ec, expected the participation of UII medical students in pursuing clinical study can be interpreted as an initial step to serve our country. As we know that Indonesia is still lack of doctors. According to World Health Statistics 2011, there were 29 physicians per 100.000 populations in Indonesia.
On the other hand, number of physicians in Philippines were 115 per 100,000 population. Besides, physicians in Vietnam were 122 per 100,000 populations. Ratio of physicians in Indonesia ratio lower than China with 142 physicians per 100,000 populations and India with 60 per 100,000 populations. Rector also urged medical students to take clinical education seriously so that they will be able to serve as good physicians in Indonesia.