Two teams of students of Faculty of Medicine UNAIR managed to get two championships in the event of Indonesia Medical Student Summit (IMSS) 2018. Named the third winner in public poster competition, and the third winner of scientific posters competition contest.
Maria Marin Hutahuruk and Chabib Fachry Albab successfully brought home the charter and trophy 3rd place Scientific Poster Contest in IMSS 2018. Similarly, Zaha El-Ma’i, Ega Rischella and Muhammad Hanun Mahyudin also managed to bring the trophy and award as the 3 rd Winner of Public Poster in IMS 2018.
In the competition, the team of public poster FK UNAIR sent some works. One of them is “KeCe, Know and Prevent Anemi from Pregnant Mom” by Zaha El-Ma’i, Muhammad Hanun Mahyudin and Ega Rischella.
While the scientific posters team FU UNAIR race posters titled “Hello Mom! Education Facility for Nutrition Requirement Requirement for Cell-Based, Communicative and Innovative Mobile Pregnant Mother, by Maria Marin Hutahuruk and Chabib Fachry Albab.
THREE UNAIR FK students are Zaha El-Ma’i, Ega Rischella and Muhammad Hanun Mahyudin and Ega Rischella. (from left) when receiving the trophy and award as the 3 rd Winner of Public Poster in IMSS 2018, in Jakarta. (Photo: Doc Team FK UNAIR) *
IMSS is an annual scientific competition organized by the Indonesian Medical Student Senate Association (ISMKI). The competition was participated by a team of representatives from 40 medical faculties in Indonesia who are members of ISMKI.
This year’s IMSS 2018 competition was held at Yarsi University, Jakarta (22-25 February 2018) with a focus on medical science, especially in nutrition. So FK Yarsi University to host the implementation of IMSS 2018, with the theme “Implementation of Indonesia’s Health System Through Improved Balanced Numbers Balance”.
“It’s so cool, it’s so different when compared to other races,” said Zaha El-Ma’i, the head of one of the UNAIR FK delegation teams. “There we met with many delegates ranging from ISMKI, Bapin, Presbem and BPN”, he continued.
Besides participating in the competition, the students also have the opportunity to share knowledge about nutrition through panel discussion with some prominent figures. They also had the opportunity to get new friends who cultivate a similar field.
“I learned a lot from this panel discussion, both related to BPJS, malnutrition cases in Asmat, and much more. The message I remember most is ‘Asmat can not be solved only by studies conducted in Jakarta, we have to go straight down,’ said Hanun, imitating one of the speakers in the panel discussion.
They hope, there will be more friends who want to follow a race like this. “For us, the race is not only a competition, but also a forum for sharing knowledge,” said Zaha.