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TASE MEDICINE GROUP TASE, 3rd General Meeting, 20-24 March 2018, Jakarta TASE MEDICINE GROUP 1 2 3 4 5 1. Truong Thi Tuyet Thanh, Vietnam 2. Riccardo Ruffoli, Italy 3. Lynette Alcala, Philippines 4. Tran Diep Tuan, Vietnam 5. Sothea Kim, Cambodia 6. Manuel Dayrit, Philippines 6 7 8

9 10 11 7. Muhammad Saiful Bahri Yusoff, Malaysia 8. Hla Moe, Myanmar 9. Jamuna Vadivelu, Malaysia 10. Yuni Patriwi, Indonesia 11. Anna Maria van Trigt, Netherland Meta-Profile Medicine SAG 9 1 10 12 13 11 4 2 3

5 6 7 8 TASE, 2nd General Meeting, 15-19 October 2017, Kuala Lumpur 1. Muhamad Saiful Bahri Yusoff, 2. Schved Jean Francois, 3. Hla Moe, 4. Manuel Dayrit, 5. Bouchan Youttiroung, 6. Remi Salvilla, 7. Lynette Alcala, 8. Yuni Susanti Pratiwi, 9. Riccardo Ruffoli, 10. Tuan Diep Tran, 11. Hong Wei-Han, 12. Anna Van Trigt, 13. Joselito Villaruz, 3rd TASE General Meeting, 20-24 March 2018, Jakarta 10 12 11 13 9 15 16

14 8 5 7 6 4 3 2 1 1. Yuni Susanti Pratiwi, 2. Nor Azwany Yaacob, 3. Manuel Dayrit, 4. Lynette Alcala, 5. Minh Hong, 6. Remi Salvilla, 7. Hong Wei-Han, 8. Anna Van Trigt, 9. Hla Moe, 10. Riccardo Ruffoli, 11. Foong Chan Choong, 12. Muhamad Saiful Bahri Yusoff, 13. Schved Jean Francois, 14. Bouchan Youttiroung, 15. Nik Zuky Nik Lah, 16. Vinod Pallath FROM META-PROFILE TO DEGREE PROFILES Generic Competencies Degree Profile

Specific Competencies Bridging with reality Group Consensus Transferable Acceptable Most of elements match with the degree profiles The meta-profile is well accepted by faculty members Minor Revision Comprehensive Some elements were revised to better reflect the competence constructs The meta-profile represents the essential competencies of doctors G1: work collaboratively and effectively in diverse

contexts G4: demonstrate responsibility and accountability towards the society and environment G5: communicate clearly and effectively S7: explain the benefit and risk of any therapeutic options S8: perform consultation with patients and family with empathy S10: ensure and maintain patient safety S6: provide appropriate therapy with a biopsychosocial approach S9: manage medical record appropriately G9: Demonstrate problem solving abilities G13: apply knowledge into practice S2: appropriately perform history taking S3: appropriately perform physical examination S4: appropriately perform diagnostic investigation S5:integrate clinical and work-up information to make diagnosis and differential diagnosis G2: use information and communication technology purposefully and responsibly G3: uphold professional, moral and ethical values G7: understand, value, and respect diversity and multiculturalism S13: demonstrate a balanced dedication to serve the interest of individual patient and the commitment to social justice and the common good

G8: carry out lifelong learning and continuous professional development S1: practice according to good clinical practice (GCP) in various clinical settings G6: think critically, reflectively and innovatively G11: conduct research G12: demonstrate leadership attributes G10: initiate, plan, organise, implement and evaluate course of actions S11: promote health and preventive medicine S12: recognize and address public concerns and controversial issues related to health S14: recognize and estimate the health risks and healthcare needs of a defined population, particularly of vulnerable groups G1: work collaboratively and effectively in diverse contexts G4: demonstrate responsibility and accountability towards the society and environment G7: understand, value, and respect diversity and multiculturalism G5: communicate clearly and effectively S8: perform consultation with patients and family with empathy G2: use information and communication technology purposefully and responsibly

G3: uphold professional, moral and ethical values S13: demonstrate a balanced dedication to serve the interest of individual patient and the commitment to social justice and the common good S1: practice according to good clinical practice (GCP) in various clinical settings G8: carry out lifelong learning and continuous professional development S10: ensure and maintain patient safety S6: provide appropriate therapy with a biopsychosocial approach S7: explain the benefit and risk of any therapeutic options S2: appropriately perform history taking S3: appropriately perform physical examination S4: appropriately perform diagnostic investigation S5:integrate clinical and work-up information to make diagnosis and differential diagnosis G13: apply knowledge into practice G9: Demonstrate problem solving abilities G6: think critically, reflectively and innovatively G11: conduct research G12: demonstrate leadership attributes G10: initiate, plan, organise, implement and evaluate course of actions S9: manage medical record appropriately

S11: promote health and preventive medicine S12: recognize and address public concerns and controversial issues related to health S14: recognize and estimate the health risks, needs and costs of a defined population, particularly of vulnerable groups PROGRAMME REDESIGN 201 8 10 Steps Revise 201 9 The 10 Steps Programme Design All members successfully produced a draft proposal based on the 10 steps Most of members revise the current program to improve specific competencies Outcomes The 10-steps program design is very useful and practical tool The team members learn about Unity in Diversity What have you gained/learnt from the 10-steps

program design exercise? STUDENTS WORKLOAD Contact hours Independent Work Survey Semester/Academic Term: Pre-Clinical Phase Institution Begin End Semester Sem 1 Sem 2 Sem 3 Sem number USM Sep

Aug Yes Sep-Jan Feb-Aug 4 Unpad Aug July Yes Aug-Jan Feb-July 7 UM Sep Aug

No UMM Jan Dec Yes Jan-Mar May-Aug ASMPH Aug July Yes Aug-Dec Jan-June 6 UMP

Sep Aug Yes Sept-Feb Mar-July 3 UHS Nov Oct Yes Nov-Mar Apr-Oct 6 WVSU Aug

July Yes Aug-Dec Jan-June 6 4 Sep-Dec 6 Agreements for Survey #1 Pre-Clinical Medical students in the pre-clinical years #2 Time Frame Each institution decides the time frame a complete academic term/semester #3 Survey Survey is performed on the previous complete academic term/semester

#4 Students Medical students have completed and passed the courses #5 Courses All courses and modules in the time frame must be included #6 Teachers The teachers identify the students based on the academic grade (high, medium and low) THANK YOU TASE MEDICINE GROUP

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