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Students HandbookProfessional Exchange Program IFMSAName of the Student: Nationality: Hospital: Department: Supervising doctor: Start date: End date:

Dear Student and Doctor, Student Handbook is part of IFMSA official documentation system.

Please fill it in during your clerkship.


Students Handbook| International Federation of Medical Students Association (IFMSA)

Table of Content1. Introduction to IFMSA and SCOPE Exchange Program 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Letter to the Supervising Doctor Letter to the Student CIMSA for Millenium Development Goals Global Health Learning Objectives Academic Quality Kit a.Logbook b. Checklists: i. Clinical checklist ii. Surgical checklist c.Tutors Evaluation7.

Final notes and remarks


Students Handbook| International Federation of Medical Students Association (IFMSA)

Introduction to IFMSA SCOPEThe International Federation of Medical Students Associations (IFMSA) is an independent, nongovernmental and non-political federation of medical students gathering more than 1 million medical students from over 100 countries. The IFMSA was founded in May 1951, CopenhagenDenmark and it is officially recognized as a Non Governmental Organization (NGO) within the United Nations and recognized by the World Health Organization as the International Forum for medical students. TheStanding Committee On Professional Exchange (SCOPE) was at the core IFMSAs foundation with the mission to: Promote cultural understanding and co-operation among medical students and all health professionals, through the facilitation of international students exchanges .

Today 8400 exchanges are being done by IFMSA-SCOPE.These combined make SCOPE the largest students-run exchange program in the world, having exchanged more than 232,000 medical students throughout its history.

For more information, visit the IFMSA website:


Students Handbook| International Federation of Medical Students Association (IFMSA)

Letter to the Supervising DoctorDear Doctor, We would like to thank you for participating in the largest student-run exchange program in the world. The exchange program of the IFMSA (International Federation of Medical Students Associations) is a nonprofit and volunteer project run by students, for students. With over 8300 students travelling on exchanges per year, it represents a great opportunity for foreign and local students, as well as our faculties and health care institutions, to share medical knowledge in a professional context. As a tutor, you are invited to participate from this unique experience sharing knowledge and contrastingcultural differences by guiding the foreign student during its practice in order to make the exchange a high quality and unforgettable experience.

In order to ensure that our student gets the best out of their clerkship with your department and to provide feedback about the placement, we kindly ask that you: - Meet with the student at the beginning of the clerkship to discuss expectations and goals of the clerkship - Together with the student, fill out all the parts of this handbook. - Sign the certificate of clerkship providing student has met with your expectations. We hope that this clerkship will be a memorable experience for you as much as for our students.5 Students Handbook| International Federation of Medical Students Association (IFMSA)

Thank you for your cooperation.


Students Handbook| International Federation of Medical Students Association (IFMSA)

Letter to the studentDear Student, Thank you for choosing IFMSA and SCOPE for your clerkship. You are participating in the largest student run exchange program. As such, most of the work done for your exchange is by colleagues of you, who have volunteered time out of their medical curriculum to help you have a memorable exchange opportunity. You will experience a great hospitability, an excellent chance to discover a new health care system, a wonderful opportunity to meet new friends from around the world. However, we would like to draw your attention that this exchange is first and foremost an educational opportunity. As such, we urge you to act in consequence. You are requested to attend actively 80% of your rotation, have an active participation in the plan of care of patients, and fill this students logbook seriously in order to get your Exchange Certificate. You will be requested to: Arrange to meet your supervising doctor on your first day to discuss expectations and goals of the clerkship. Fill out the logbook according to the expectations of your home Faculty and your supervising doctor. Ensure that you meet expectations of supervising doctor in order to get the certificate of clerkship signed by the supervisor. Fill out the electronic Evaluation Form (eEF) available at the IFMSA database ( at the end of the exchange. Present the signed handbook and certificate to your local exchange officer when you return from you exchange. Enjoy your exchange!7 Students Handbook| International Federation of Medical Students Association (IFMSA)


Students Handbook| International Federation of Medical Students Association (IFMSA)

CIMSA for MDGs At September 2000, in Millenium Summit of United Nation, 189 nation members of UN is declared a Millenium Declaration that called as Millenium Development Goals/MDGs 8 point of MDGs: 1. Eradication of extreme poverty and hunger 2. Achieve universal primary education 3. Promote gender equality and empower women 4. Reduce child mortality rate 5. Improve maternal health 6. Combat HIV / AIDS, Malaria and other disease 7. Ensuring environmental sustainability 8. Develop a Global Partnership for development MDG 1: Eradication of extreme poverty and hunger If there are no poor people, almost all case is practicaly solved. When the money is avaible people could go to the doctor to cure themself. People could get proper fascility that support their life. People could get a proper meal and drink. Because of that this point is become the first priority. MDG 2 : Achieve universal primary education Indonesia will meet the target to provide the education for all at 2015 (on track). Moreover, Indonesia is overpass the MDGs target in this point because Indonesia add Junior High School as an aim of education for MDG 3 : Promote gender equality and empower women In many things, woman rights in Indonesia is developing rapidly.9 Students Handbook| International Federation of Medical Students Association (IFMSA)

Although it is still far from the gender equality. In this point there are 3 target. 1. Education 2. Job Field 3. Parlement Representatives We are on track at the first target but lacking in the second and third target. MDG 4 : Reduce child mortality rate Statistic said that the number of babbies death in Indonesia is decreasing significantly from 68 at year 1991 become 34 per 1000 of birth at year 2007, so the target at 23 per 1000 birth at year 2015 will be achieved. MDG 5 : Improve maternal health Every year arround 20.000 woman in Indonesia is dead because of delivering a baby. And almost every death is not need to happen. MDG 6 : Combat HIV/AIDS, Malaria and other disease Prevalance of HIV/AIDS in Indonesia is increasing, moreover for the high risk group of drug abbuser and prostitute. HIV/AIDS in Indonesia reported to be doubled between 2004 and 2005. But the number of Malaria is decreasing from 4,68 at year 1990 to 1,85 per 1000 population in 2009. And the effort to control the Tuberculosis is meeting the target. MDG 7 : Ensuring environment sustainability Indonesia development has sacrifice a lot of environtmental field. It cuts tree, damages the land, and poluting river and air. This point is aimed to prevent more damages. MDG 8 : Developing a global partnership for development This last point is connected to international partnership that include trading issues and international economics. Indonesia is active participant in a lot of international forum. Indonesia10 Students Handbook| International Federation of Medical Students Association (IFMSA)

has a commitment to develop partnership that give benefits to the multilateral organization, bilateral partner, and private sector to arrive at good economic growth and decreasing of poverty. Based on CIMSAs Policy Statement that created in National Leadership Summit Banda Aceh February 3-6 2011, we declare, as a medical student and future doctor, we will actively participate in effort to achieve MDGs especially in point 4, 5, and 6. CIMSA for MDGs Role of Medical Students to Achieve MDGs , is project inisiative that start at May 2011- May 2013. In this project, CIMSA encourage every people to work together help the government achieve the MDGs, especially in the medical aspect. The aim of CIMSA for MDGs Role of Medical Students to Achieve MDGs: 1. Help the government to achieve the MDGs target, especially at point 4,5, and 2. Improving medical student awareness to actively participate in achieving the MDGs target. 3. Medical students could actively contribute in health quality improvement of the society. Every local choose points of MDGs to be a focus in a project. Start from pre-survey to see the condition that connected with the MDGs status in that local. From the result of the survey, the local is developing a project that appropriate with the condition. And finally to see the impact, local should make a post-survey. Projects: 1. Point 4 MDGs11 Students Handbook| International Federation of Medical Students Association (IFMSA)

- Social campaign that raising issues about baby and children health include a good knowledge of breastfeeding, nutrition intervention, and vaccination. - Children healths examination 2. Poin 5 MDGs - Education of the pregnant woman and woman in fertile age include contraception u