Cardiology Specialist

Program Pendidikan Dokter Spesialis FKUB
Written on 27 January 2017 , by angga

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Educational Rotation Schedule

EDUCATIONAL ROTATION IN WARD

Educational rotation schedule in general ward is divided into three steps which consist of student’s goals, assignments, responsibilities, and rights.

 

  • Orientation Step

Goal:

After completing orientation step, Cardiovascular medicine Residents are expected to recognize patients’ pattern in general ward, patients’ treatment pattern in general, patients’ treatment coordination pattern with the institute and correlated profession (medic and non-medic) and to recognize night-shift pattern.

Time and place: Orientations are held in Cardiovascular medicine general ward for a month.

  • Step I (1st Semester)

Goal:

After completing Step I of general rotation, Cardiovascular medicine Residents are expected to understand patients’ pattern in general ward, capable of performing treatment for patients in general, capable of doing coordination with the institute and correlated profession (medic and non-medic) regarding patients’ treatment.

Time and place: Step I is carried out in Cardiovascular medicine general ward for 3 months.

  • Step II (2nd Semester)

Goal:

After completing Step II of general rotation, Cardiovascular medicine Residents are expected to be able to carry out clinical process properly, fill in the medical record completely; clearly; and correctly, educate the patients, perform patients’ consultation with supervisor’s approval and assist senior residents’ education.

Time and place: Step II is carried out in Cardiovascular medicine general ward for 9 months.

 

EDUCATIONAL ROTATION IN SUB-DIVISION

Educational rotation schedule in sub-division is the 3rd step and IC of educational practice and Cardiovascular medicine Residents’ service for patients, and this rotation is carried out both in inpatient and outpatient services.

  • Step III (3rd-7th Semester)

Goal:

After completing Step III of education, Cardiovascular medicine Residents are expected to be able to carry out clinical process properly, fill in the medical record completely; clearly; and correctly, carry out examinations of CVCU/ICU patients properly, educate the patients, perform patients’ consultation with supervisor’s approval and assist both junior and senior residents’ education.

Time and place: Step III is carried out in sub-division policlinic for 32 months.

  • Step IV (8th Semester)

Goal:

After completing Step IV of education, Cardiovascular medicine Residents will be able to perform and answer the patients’ consultation with supervisor’s approval, assist and give suggestion for junior and senior residents and also Step I-III Residents.

Time and place: Step IV is carried out in Chief Resident’s Room for 3 months.