2020 AAHCI SEA REGIONAL MEETING
November 18-19, 2020
AAHCI member and Southeast Asia (SEA) Regional Office host, Universitas Indonesia Faculty of Medicine (FMUI), co-hosted this regional meeting under the theme of Assessing the Adaptation and Resilience of Academic Health Centers during the COVID-19 Pandemic. The meeting brought together members in the region at a critical time to share their perspectives and experiences. View the recordings and presentations here.
AAHCI-SEA Webinar | Mental Health of Healthcare Workers
AAHCI SEA regional office host Universitas Indonesia (FMUI ) organized a Webinar on “Mental Health of Healthcare Workers (HCWs) during COVID-19”. As we’ve seen globally, the spread of the novel coronavirus has challenged many nations and healthcare systems. One under-recognized and unaddressed area is that of the mental health issues that healthcare workers (HCWs) face on the frontline. HCWs, despite remaining the crisis management personnel on the frontline, are not themselves immune to the psychological consequences such as inadequate support, the feeling of burnout, inadequate PPEs, etc. This webinar discusses the challenges and lessons learned on this global issue from AAHCI members in the Southeast Asia region, with shared input from Mexico.
- Ahmad Hatim Sulaiman
MBBS, MPM, PhD
Professor of Psychiatry
Head, Department of Psychological Medicine
Faculty of Medicine,
University of Malaya, Malaysia
- Mary Ana Cordero Díaz
Wellbeing and Professionalism Program for Medical Residents
Tecnologico de Monterrey
School of Medicine and Health Sciences Tec Salud
- Hervita Diatri, MD
Dr. Cipto Mangunkusumo National Public hospital
Faculty of Medicine
Universitas Indonesia, Indonesia
- Jennifer Russell, PhD
Director of Training, Department of Psychology
Anxiety Program Coordinator, Department of Psychiatry
McGill University Health Centre, Canada
- Adeeba Kamarulzaman
MBBS, FRACP, FAMM, FASc
HonLLD Monash, DPMP
Dean of Medicine,
Professor of Infectious Diseases,
Faculty of Medicine
University of Malaya, Malaysia
AAHCI-SEA Webinar| Medical Education during the COVID-19 era: Adapt to the Change
June 8, 2020
The coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak has rapidly transitioned into a worldwide pandemic. This development has had serious implications for public institutions and raises important questions for medical schools. Co-hosted by the AAHCI Southeast Asia Regional Office at Universitas Indonesia and moderated by Prof. Albert Scherpbier, former Dean – Faculty of Health, Medicine and Life Sciences at Maastricht Universtiy, this webinar brought different perspectives and solutions on how the members in the region tackled the implications of the pandemic on medical education. Presenters included:
- Dr. Coralie Therese D. Dimacali
Associate Dean for Academic Development
College of Medicine
University of the Philippines (Philippines) -
View the presentation here
- Prof. Ian Curran
Vice Dean, Education
Duke-NUS Medical School
Co-Director, Academic Medicine Education Institute (AM*EI) (Singapore)
- Prof. Gandes Retno Rahayu
Academics and Student Affairs
Faculty of Medicine, Public Health and Nursing
Universitas Gadjah Mada (Indonesia)
View the Webinar here.
AAHCI-Southeast Asia | Regional Perspectives on COVID-19
May 14, 2020
AAHCI Southeast Asia Regional Office host, Universitas Indonesia, hosted a Regional Roundtable that gathered seven members in the region to discuss their most critical issues, challenges, innovations, and lessons learned in response to COVID-19. This insightful discussion brought awareness on the overlap of challenges academic health centers in the region face. These include clinical management, healthcare worker safety, laboratory capacity, and responding to local vulnerable communities. Regional perspectives of Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, and Singapore, can be heard here.
AAHCI Southeast Asia Regional Meeting: Faculty Development 4.0: Facilitating Robot-proof Medical and Health Professions Education
October 19, 2019
Participants from the 2019 Southeast Asia Regional Meeting on Rising Complexities in Managing Academic Health Centers
Designing Technology Enhanced Learning in Medical Education
November 5, 2018 (Indonesia)
There is a growing number of application, information, and communication technologies in higher education in order to enhance both teaching and the student learning experience. The potential benefits of technology-enhanced learning (TEL) in medical education consist of efficiency in terms of cost, time, and sustainability, as well as enhancement in processes and outcomes, and a transformation of positive attitudes toward teaching and learning practices.
How can we design technology that enhances learning? How can we measure that enhancement? What is the added value for the learner and teaching experience? These questions were discussed during this special webinar session as part of the 3rd International Conference and Exhibition on Indonesian Medical Education and Research Institute (ICE on IMERI) 2018. The theme of the webinar session was “Designing Technology Enhanced Learning in Medical Education,” which addresses issues on e-portfolio, high vs. low fidelity simulation-based learning, and virtual reality in learning anatomy.
Dr. Ardi Findyartini, PhD on Development and Implementation of e-Portfolio
Dr. dr. Aida Rosita Tantri, SpAn-KAR on Simulation based Medical Education: High vs Low Fidelity Simulation
Dr. Isabella Liem, M.Biomed., PA, PhD on Virtual Reality in Medical Education: Digital as a Story Telling in Learning Anatomy
Chair: Prof. Dr. dr. Ari Fahrial Syam, SpPD, K-GEH, MMB
Co-chair: Dr. dr. Aria Kekalih, MTI
October 20, 2018 (Indonesia)
Globalization undeniably affects many aspects of the health sector around the world. Consequently, academic health centers and health systems can play a great role in improving the well-being of people around the globe. Academic health systems should be enabled to interact via an international organization of some sort, which, in turn, would allow academic health centers to collaborate on a global level in order to address health-related issues internationally.
Prof. Albert Scherpbier, MD, PhD, Dean of the Faculty of Health, Medicine and Life Sciences, Maastricht University Medical Center & Regional Ambassador AAHCI European Regional Office
Prof. Ari Fahrial Syam, MD, Dean of Faculty of Medicine, Universitas Indonesia & Regional Ambassador AAHCI Southeast Asia Regional Office
AAHCI’s 2018 Southeast Asia Regional Meeting
January 11, 2018
NUS Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine, Singapore
The Southeast Asia Regional Office 2018 Regional Meeting on " Challenges of Developing Academic Health Systems" included the topics of:
- Enhancing Impact and Innovation in Research
- Recruiting Faculty for the Future and Enhancing Staff Retention
- Developing New Models of Care
- Keeping the Education Mission Central
More than 60 participants from 9 different countries attended.
The Readiness of Indonesia Primary Health Care in Facing Universal Health Coverage in 2019
As a huge country that has 9,599 public primary health centers and 38,408 private medical clinics for a population of more than 240 million, Indonesia faced difficulties in implementing universal health coverage in 2014. The government moved towards managing universal health coverage at primary level with coordination and collaboration of local government, medical education centers and other healthcare providers.
- Accreditation of Primary Care Physician (PCP) Education Centers
- Promoting the capability of PCP
- Managing inter-professional health providers and community health centers
- Pros and cons of this proposal
Watch the video for the presentation by Dr Dhanasari Trisna, from Faculty of Medicine, Universitas Indonesia and Member of National Board on Primary Care Physician, and the panel discussion consisting of her and Professor Doris Young, from Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine, National University of Singapore, Emeritus Professor Zorayda Leopando from College of Medicine, University of the Philippines Manila, and Associate Professor Lee Kheng Hock, from Duke-NUS Medical School.
Click here to view the webinar.
Strengthening Primary Care through the Primary Care Physician: Indonesia’s Experience
July 19, 2017 | 17:00-18:00 SGT
Join speakers from the Universitas Indonesia, NUS Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine, Duke-NUS Medical School, and the University of the Philippines Manila as they share their experience and expertise in strengthening primary care through primary care physicians.
Dr Dhanasari Trisna, Faculty of Medicine, Universitas Indonesia
Prof Doris Young, Prof Doris Young, NUS Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine
Prof Lee Kheng Hock, Duke-NUS Medical School
Prof Zorayda Leopando, College of Medicine, University of Philippines Manila
Faculty Recruitment, Development, and Retention in Academic Health Systems
March 27, 2017
NUS Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine hosted the first AAHCI Southeast Asia Regional Webinar on 27 March 2017. Themed "Faculty Recruitment, Development and Retention in Academic Health Systems", the presentation and panel discussion by the deans of four academic health institutions from different countries in the region provided diverse perspectives on the universal challenge of attracting and retaining human capital.
Click here to view the webinar.
AAHCI’s 2016 Southeast Asia Regional Meeting
January 4, 2016
NUS Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine , Singapore
The 14th of January marked the Association of Academic Health Centers International's (AAHCI) Southeast Asia Regional Meeting at the NUS Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine (NUS Medicine) in Singapore. More than 60 participants from 14 countries attended the meeting.