- Merupakan pembelajaran jarak jauh (distance learning)
- Bersifat interaktif
- Cakupan materi diutamakan lintas disiplin ilmu
- Kegiatan berlangsung 10-12 hari @ 2 jam
- Teacher: Peni Kistijani Samsuria
- Teacher: Edrial N. Eddin
- Teacher: Dr. Andi Yasmon Andy
- Teacher: dr Dangsina Moeloek MS Moeloek
- Teacher: Prof. Dr. Aryono Djunet Pusponegoro SpB(K)., B.DIG
- Teacher: Drs. Anwar Soefi Ibrahim, M.Eng.Sc Ibrahim
- Teacher: Ari Estuningtyas
Slide 3This course help students from both wet & dry climate area to understand that wet (High Relative Humidity) air condition specific tropical rain forest area affect human, bacteria, fungi and also plasmid transfection. Tempe (made with rhyzopus sp. only in about 12 hours at night) fight aflatoxin, is an Indonesian heritage culiner. Aspergilus sporulation, antibiotic resistance and amok (heat stress) are the main triggers to learn HRH-TROPHID. Without knowing and controlling HRH condition, at least the 3 problems will become a pandemic global health burden.
This course is intended for 3rd semester medical students to have a better understanding of tropic skin infection, i.e.pyoderma (coccal skin infections): the aetiology, the pahogenesis, clinical manifestations of various coccal bacterial infections, pathology, speciments colletions, laboratory procedures and interpretation of laboratory test result
This subject is a sequence of learning process to induce students' understanding about all features related to the most common of tropical and infectious diaseases including skin fungal infection. It covers physiological and pathological aspects of skin system, especially those dealing with fungal infection and the planning of its management.
The 3-week learning activity jointly offered by the Medical Faculty University of Indonesia (FKUI) and the Student Centered e-learning Environtment (SCeLE) aims to update your knowledge in Tropical and Infectious Disease in a short time.
This course is an e-learning activity jointly offered by the Medical Faculty University of Indonesia (FKUI) and the Student Centered e-learning Environtment (SCeLE) aims to update your knowledge about Tuberculosis and the appropriate management.