The Easiest Way to Reduce, Reuse and Recycle

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Yogyakarta, Faculty of medicine UII – In addition to factories and hospitals, laboratory also became one of the places that produced waste. After carrying out practical in the laboratory, the waste becomes a problem that must be addressed in a laboratory. After carrying out practical, students and professors are not infrequently encountered various waste, ranging from waste that can dissolve in water to waste containing hazardous materials and toxic . Sewage treatment is good, certainly can minimize the laboran contracted the diseases caused by the waste that is generated. So that why Faculty of Medicine UII held a workshop on waste treatment in the laboratory for their lecturers. This activity was held on Wednesday, Muharram 14th, 1439 H / October 04th, 2017 in Auditorium Faculty of Medicine UII at 12.00 a.m – 4.00 p.m.

In this event, Faculty of Medicine UII in collaboration with waste water treatment Installations (IPAL) General Hospital Center (was) Dr Sardjito. Beginning with the introduction of this type of Waste And sewage treatment Flow Laboratory the laboratory submitted by Agung Budi Sapto Nugroho, S.T. waste management is divided into some discussion of subject matter, ranging from liquid waste and solid waste, up to B3 and non-B3. Not only that, the participants also obtained independent way of waste treatment to third parties together with Nur Farichah, S.K.M.

Handling of waste aims to reduce the risk of exposure to waste against the germs that cause diseases that might be in the waste, by means of neutralizing the content of hazardous substances and toxic. Through a variety of methods that have been passed on the experts of the IPAL was Dr Sardjito, expected future waste treatment can be done properly, so it does not pollute the environment FK UII.Farah

Forensic Building Inauguration

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Yogyakarta, Faculty of Medicine UII – Building Forensics Bhayangkara Police Hospital Yogyakarta was completed on 14th of Muharram 1439 / 04th October 2017 has been unveiled by Kapolda DIY. The inauguration event was held at 9.00 am – 1.00 pm at the Bhayangkara Hospital environment. The event was attended by members and officers of the National Police of the Republic Indonesia (KNRI) Yogyakarta, this event was also attended by UII Rector Nandang Sutrisno, S.H., LL. M., M.Hum., Ph.D. who gave his speech. In his speech, He hopes in the future of this development can support the performance of forensicdoctors and police in Yogyakarta.

The event was started with prayer readings which followed the opening remarks of the head of the Hospital (Karumkit) Bhayangkara Police Hospital DIY, Rector of the UII, Chairman of the SMEC, Kapusdokkes Police and Kapolda DIY. After the signing ceremony of the handover of the forensic building from UII Rector, Yogyakarta Police Chief Brigadier General Ahmad Dofiri signed an inscription for the inauguration of the Forensic Building and inaugurated the development of the Eye Polyclinic. Forensic Building inauguration was marked with ribbon cutting by the Kapusdokkes Police.

“This is a grant from the UII. So not only in the General Hospital Center dr Sardjito, the current forensic activities could be done here, “said Karumkit Police Bhayangkara DIY Theresia Lindawatiusai after the inauguration of the building of the forensic Police Bhayangkara Hospital Yogyakarta

At the end of the event, participants shared photos of the inauguration in the Forensic Building and backyard Bhayangkara Hospital. This ended with the inauguration prayer dzuhur and lunch together at the mosque Istiqomah.

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Cooperation between FK UII and BPJS KC Magelang

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Yogyakarta, Faculty of Medicine UII – Faculty of Medicine UII partnership with the social security governing body (BPJS) KC Magelang on Tuesday, Muharram 13th, 1439 H/ October 03rd, 2017 in Magelang. Partnership practice for a student internship doctor UII FK young or popularity as known as co-ass. This partnership signed by representatives of both parties, they are the Dean FK UII Dr. Linda Rosita, M. Kes, Sp.PK and head of the BPJS KC Surmiyati Magelang, S.K.M., M.P.H., AAK. The signing of this agreement was also attended by some representatives from the two sides as a witness.

This cooperation is expected to develop and improve the quality of secondary education education clinic doctors in the BPJS KC. Because the students are able to learn directly in the relevant institutions, here they can carry out the practice directly in field. Although within not too long a time, but dingkat is considered effective for absorbing new science from off campus. In a couple time, staff of Faculty of medicine will be regularly evaluation once a year. This evaluation so that the co-ass graduates FK UII who participate in studying BPJS KC Magelang can be a professional youth doctor and being nice to everyone.
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