Lisiswanti, Rika and Indah sari, Merry and oktaria, dwita (2017) STUDENT’S PERCEPTION ABOUT PROBLEM-BASED LEARNING CURRICULUM FACULTY OF MEDICINE UNIVERSITAS LAMPUNG. Jakarta Meeting on Medical education. (In Press)

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Background. The curriculum is a set of plans and arrangements regarding graduate learning achievements, study materials, processes and assessments used as guidance in the organization of education. The curriculum is developed according to the character of students, resources, national or local policies, geographical conditions or local geographical conditions, politics, and advances in information technology and medical progress. This study aims to evaluate the implementation of Problem-Based Leaning (PBL) of the Medical Education Study Program of Faculty of Medicine, University of Lampung from the student's perception. Methods. This study was a qualitative research by investigating the perception of students to the curriculum of Medical Education Program Faculty of Medicine, University of Lampung. The total samples of 50 people consisting of 20 students of class of 2013, 10 students of class of 2014, 20 postgraduate are divided by Rumah Sakit Ahmad Yani (RSAY) and Rumah Sakit Abdoell Moeloek (RSAM). The data were collected with Focus Group Discussion (FGD). Then made the transcripts and coding then made categorization and conclusions. Result. Overall PBL curriculum design was good enough but there were still lack. The PBL can motivate students to learn from the problem. PBL can improve lifelong learning skills. Helping students achieve the competence of being a doctor. There were few lecturers, frequent scheduling and curricula not fully spiral and integration curriculum. Conclusion. There were good curriculum and there needs to be improvement from the number of lecturers and scheduling. Keyword: curriculum, medical student, problem-based learning

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Subjects: R Medicine > R Medicine (General)
Depositing User: dr., MMedE Rika Lisiswanti
Date Deposited: 16 Nov 2017 04:21
Last Modified: 16 Nov 2017 04:21

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