Another Faculty of Medicine Universitas Indonesia (FMUI) student received an award in national scale. This time, the FKUI student delegation succeeded in winning the 1st place in the Public Poster category at Pre-JAMBORE NATIONAL (Pre-JAMNAS) XXIII 2019 Perhimpunan Tim Bantuan Medis Mahasiswa Kedokteran Indonesia (PTBMMKI) 2019 / Indonesian Medical Student Medical Assistance Team managed by the Tim Bantuan Medis (TBM) / Medical Assistance Team at the Faculty of Medicine at Syiah Kuala University, Banda Aceh, on 25-28 April 2019.
The FKUI student delegation are Fakhrana Nadila (FMUI student class of 2017), Fadholirrahman Naufal Raditya (FMUI 2017), and Raja Yasmin Khalilah (FMUI 2017). The public poster they made with title “SIGNA-Fast Response in Disaster”.
National XXIII Pre Jamboree is a competition held prior to of the XXIII National Jamboree of the Indonesian Medical Student Medical Assistance Team Association (PTBMMKI). PTBMMKI itself is a student organization whose members consist of student organizations or activity units of the Medical Assistance Team (TBM) from all faculties of medicine in Indonesia
This organization works in medical emergencies and humanitarian activities. Taking the theme “The Role of Medical Students to Build a Disaster Resilient Community,” 2019 Pre-Jamnas was located at Syiah Kuala University, Banda Aceh. There are 2 competitions during this event, which are Public Poster and Scientific Essay.
Public posters by FMUI student delegations was included in the sub-theme “Medical Students Innovation in Overcoming Post-Disaster Diseases”. SIGNA is a forum application for educational media to build a community which is alert to disasters. As a medium for information dissemination, SIGNA utilizes social media. In the future, SIGNA is expected to be used by all Indonesian population as a communicative media for about post-disaster diseases education
In the SIGNA application there is a list of diseases that often occur after a disaster. Symptoms, management, and prevention of the diseases are packaged in acronyms which are interesting and easy to remember for the community. In addition, there is also a place for people to share their experiences in dealing with disasters. “Along with the development of an increasingly millennial era, we also promote it through social media such as Instagram, Twitter, Facebook and YouTube,” explained Raja Yasmin Khalilah, to PR FMUI, representing his friends.
“With this posters, we hope that it will makes people more aware with post-disaster diseases, and the application may come into realization” closed Yasmin
Thank you for making FMUI proud.
(Public Relations FMUI)