Advances in medical science and technology (IPTEDOK),
have played role in the rapid progression and development of the handling of diseases and health problems, so that they become more effective, more sophisticated, and difficult and complex cases can be well handled. This situation also occurs in the fields of pediatrics and child health. The needs and demands of the community for high-quality health services are accompanied by the development of sub-specialties in the field of child health science, the development of sub-specialties in child health is not only for improving health services (child health care) but also important and relevant for medical education and medical research.
In Indonesia, the service coverage of sub-specialist doctors, especially pediatric sub-specialists is still very lacking. This is due to the limited number of pediatricians who have subspecialty qualifications in various sub-specialties in addition to the lack of facilities and infrastructure that can support these sub-specialist services. To overcome this problem at this time, it is important to have a nationally standardized sub-specialist education program in child health science that requires good cooperation between professional organizations, including collegiums, with the government and also the related stakeholders. The official enactment of the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) since the beginning of 2016 is a challenge for Indonesia, especially in the development of sub-specialist doctors in pediatric. Therefore, currently, the limited availability of pediatricians with subspecialty qualifications and the uneven distribution throughout the country needs to be addressed immediately.
In the qualification hierarchy of medical doctor profession based in the competence level, pediatrician can be classified in two groups, which are: (1) Pediatrician (Second Professional Degree) who work at the secondary health care facility, and (2) Pediatric Subspecialist (Consultant), who are the Third Professional Degree and work at the tertiary health care facility. The Pediatrics Sub-specialist Physician Education Program is a professional and academic education program that subspecialist doctors in various fields, who will later be qualified as pediatric consultant. All pediatric subspecialists will initially have basic competencies as general pediatrician, who will get the Pediatric Specialist Competency Certificate issued by the Indonesian Collegium of Pediatrics. After completing sub-specialist education, the pediatrician will receive a Sub-specialist Competency Certificate by the Indonesian Collegium of Pediatrics in accordance with their respective fields. Based on the Competency Standards issued by the Indonesian Collegium of Pediatrics, Indonesian Medical Council will issue a certificate of added qualification. In general, doctors who have this consultant degree will work in tertiary level service facilities (highest level referral hospital).
This level of qualification is indispensable in medical science education,
especially in the teaching and learning process of a specialist doctor, who must be guided by a higher level qualification, namely a subspecialist. Due to the various things and problems mentioned above, the Indonesian Collegium of Pediatrics need to immediately prepare a Sub-specialist Education Standard in the field of Specialization in Pediatrics that applies nationally and can be implemented by Medical Education Institutions that meet certain criteria and requirements, with reference to on the National Standard for Medical Education, the National Standard for Higher Education and the National Education Standard.
Pediatrics Subspecialistic Study Program.
Recognition of the existence of subspecialist pediatricians in Indonesia began in the early 1980s, during which time the Indonesian Pediatrician Association (IDAI) confirmed the title of consultant pediatrician, which was given to senior pediatricians who diligently studied their subspecialty field. This inauguration was given on the basis of an assessment of expertise by the IDAI Coordination Work Unit (UKK) as a peer group from the pediatrician concerned.
In subsequent developments it was realized that in order to produce a subspecialist doctor, a structured education pattern was needed. Only through education with a structured curriculum, adhering to the principles of independent education, continuous active learning and individual achievement patterns will produce high quality subspecialist doctors.
In the early 1990s, the thought arose to create a more structured and accountable educational model, at that time, the contents and learning models began to be compiled, including a 6-month internship program at an accredited Pediatrician Educational Institution. The minimum length of education that is universally applicable is about 2 years. In April 1998 based on the 1997 IDAI Working Meeting in Jakarta. The Indonesian Collegium of Pediatrics approved and determined that the Cardiology Subspecialist Program will need 2 years (4-semester) of education with a more structured curriculum. In 2002, the Pediatric Emergency Sub-specialist Doctor Education Program implemented a 4-semester education pattern. At the XIII National Congress of Child Health Sciences (KONIKA) in Bandung, 2005, the Indonesian Collegium of Pediatrics determined that the inauguration of the title of subspecialist doctor of child health science must go through an educational program with a structured and accountable curriculum created by the Indonesian Collegium of Child Health (KIKAI Collegium). ). For this purpose, various preparations are needed, either in the form of internal consolidation or with other interested parties. Subspecialty fields of Child Health Sciences (fields of interest) consist of:
Allergy and Immunology
Pediatrics Emergency And Intensive Care
Infection and Tropical Diseases
Respirology and Critical Care Medicine
Growth and Development-Social Pediatrics
Pediatrics Subspecialist Education is part of the continuing education of General Pediatrics Education which will produce Pediatricians with additional Sub-specialist qualifications in certain fields of specialization.
Pediatricians with subspecialty qualifications have advanced and in-depth academic abilities and clinical competencies in accordance with the special interests mentioned above. Each student in the sub-specialist education program is only allowed to participate in one sub-speciality. A sub-specialist in Pediatrics in every field of interest must understand all aspects of disease development in both the latest diagnostic and therapeutic fields, both medical and surgical, from the molecular biology level to the level of growth and development of all organs and apply professional evidence-based superspecialist services. based) within the scope of the body of knowledge in Child Health Sciences.
Pediatrics Subspecialistic Study Program
Organizational Structure of Pediatrics Subspecialist Program
Head of Study Program : Prof. Dr. Dwi Prasetyo, dr., SpA(K), M.Kes
Secretary of Study Program : Putria Rayani, dr., SpA(K), M.Kes
Coordinator of Education : Dr. Ina Rosalina, dr., SpA(K)
Coordinator of Research : Dewi Hawani, dr., Sp.A(K)
Coordinator of Evaluation : Filla Reviyani Suryaningrat dr. SpA
Coordinator of Recruitment : Devatri Hudayari, dr.,SpA
Secretarial : Asrianto, st
Head of Study Field
Allergy and Immunology : Dr. Rd. Reni Ghrahani D.M, dr., Sp.A(K), M.Kes
Emergensi Rawat Intensif Anak : Dr. Dadang Hudaya Somasetia, dr., Sp.A(K), M.Kes
Gastro-Hepatology : Yudith Setiati Ermaya, dr., Sp.A(K), M.Kes
Hemato-Oncology : Dr. Susi Susanah, dr., Sp.A(K), M.Kes
Infection and Tropical Diseases : Dr. Djatnika Setiabudi,dr., Sp.A(K),M.C.T.M,Trop.Ped
Cardiology : Dr. Sri Endah Rahayuningsih, dr., Sp.A(K)
Nephrology : Prof. Dr. Dany Hilmanto, dr., Sp.A(K)
Neonatology : Dr. Tetty Yuniati, dr., Sp.A(K), M.Kes
Neurology : Dr. Nelly Amalia Risan, dr., Sp.A(K)
Respirology and Critical Care Medicine : Prof.Dr. Heda Melinda N, dr., Sp.A(K), M.Kes
Growth and Development-Social Pediatrics : Dr. Eddy Fadlyana, dr., Sp.A(K), M.Kes
Study Program Staff
|Name of Lecturer||
|1||Prof. Dr. Ponpon Idjradinata, dr., SpA(K)||Hemato Oncology|
|2||Prof. Cissy R.S Prawira, dr., M.Sc., SpA(K)., Ph.D||Respirology and Critical Care Medicine|
|3||Prof. Dr. Nanan Sekarwana, dr., SpA(K)., MARS||Nephrology|
|4||Prof. Dr. Kusnandi Rusmil, dr., SpA(K)., MM||Growth and Development-Social Pediatrics|
|5||Prof. Dr. Dedi Rachmadi Sambas,dr., SpA(K).,M.Kes||Nephrology|
|6||Dr. Djatnika Setiabudi,dr., SpA(K),MCTM||Infectious Disease and Tropical Medicine|
|7||Dr. Lelani Reniarti,dr.,SpA(K),M.Kes||Hemato Oncology|
|8||Dr. Dadang Hudaya S.,dr.,SpA(K), M.Kes||Emergency and Intensive Care of Children|
|9||Prof. Dr. Heda Melinda D.N,dr., SpAK., M.Kes||Respirology and Critical Care Medicine|
|10||Prof. Dr. Dany Hilmanto, dr., SpAK||Nephrology|
|11||Prof. Dr.Budi Setiabudiawan, dr., SpAK., M.Kes||Allergy Imunology|
|12||Dr. Dwi Prasetyo, dr., SpAK., M.Kes||Gastrohepatologi|
|13||Dr. Nelly Amalia Risan,dr.,SpA(K)||Neuropediatri|
|15||Dr. Eddy Fadlyana,dr., SpA(K), M.Kes||Growth and Development-Social Pediatrics|
|16||Dr. Sri Endah Rahayuningsih, dr. SpA(K)||Cardiology|
|17||Purboyo Solek, dr., SpA(K)||Neuropediatri|
|18||Dr. Tetty Yuniati, dr., SpA(K), M.Kes||Neonatology|
|19||Prof. Dr. Meita Dhamayanti, dr., SpA(K),MKes||Growth and Development-Social Pediatrics|
|20||Dr. Susi Susanah, dr., SpA(K), M.Kes||Hemato Oncology|
|21||Dewi Hawani, dr., SpA(K)||Neuropediatri|
|22||Dr. Ina Rosalina, dr.,SpA(K),M.Kes||Gastrohepatologi|
|23||Dr. Dzulfikar Djalil Lukmanul Hakim,dr.,SpA(K), MKes, MMRS||Pediatric Emergency and Intensive Care|
|24||Sri Sudarwati,dr., SpA(K)||Respirology and Critical Care Medicine|
|25||Diah Asri Wulandari,dr., SpA(K)||Respirology and Critical Care Medicine|
|26||Dr. Anggraini Alam,dr.,SpA(K)||Infectious Disease and Tropical Medicine|
|27||Dr. Rd. Reni Ghrahani D.M, dr.,Sp.A(K), M.Kes||Allergy Imunology|
|28||Stanza Uga Peryoga,dr.,SpA(K), M.Kes||Pediatric Emergency and Intensive Care|
|29||Rachmat Budi Kuswiyanto, dr., SpA(K), M.Kes||Cardiology|
|30||Gartika Sapartini, dr., SpA(K), M.Kes||Allergy and Immunology|
|31||Fiva Aprillia Kadi, dr., SpA(K), M.Kes||Neonatology|
|32||Nur Suryawan, dr., SpA(K), M.Kes||Hemato-Oncology|
|33||Rodman Tarigan G, dr., Sp.A(K), M.Kes||Growth and Development-Social Pediatrics|
|34||Yudith Setiati Ermaya, dr., Sp.A(K), M.Kes||Gastro-Hepatology|
|35||Ahmedz Widiasta, dr., Sp.A(K), M.Kes||Nephrology|
|36||Mia Milanti Dewi, dr.,Sp.A(K), M.Kes||Neurology|
|37||Riyadi, dr.,Sp.A(K),M.Kes||Infection and Tropical Disease|
|38||Putria Rayani, dr., SpA(K), M.Kes||Cardiology|
Based on the decision of LAM-PTKes stated:
Program Studi Subspesialis Kesehatan Anak Universitas Padjadjaran, Bandung.
Accredited : –
Learning materials which need to be learned to fulfill the qualifications of subspecialist doctor are including knowledge, skills, and behaviors.
Sub-specialist medical education is a combination of academic and professional education equivalent to level 9 of the KKNI, as stated in the educational objectives and competency standards. Referring to these two things, learning materials are arranged which are grouped as follows:
a. General Basic Material
This material is the basic knowledge for every researcher to become an initator and researcher. This material usually does not include medical knowledge directly. General basic material including translational research and value based medicine (VBM), ethic profession and humanism, reserach methodology, clinical epidemiology, and evidence based medicine.
b. Special Basic Material
The special basic material is a material that covers basic speciality knowledge on the medical field thus all participant able to solve the problems as well as developing knowledge in order to apply his profession under 8 standard national high quality Sub-specialist Medical Education in Pediatrics. This special basic material at least consist of:
- Applied molecular biology
- Applied medical genetics
- Clinical Pharmacology
- Clinical Microbiology
c. Material of Pediatric Subspeciality
This is educational materials that provide deepening of knowledge and expertise in child health in general, so that students are able to become caregivers, decision makers, communicators, community leaders, managers, and educators.
d. Material of Expertise in Specialization
Material of Expertise in pediatric subspecialist program is material which provide knowledge of expertise in the field of specialization so that the pediatric subspecialist doctor becomes an expert in his field.
e. Material of Academic Application of Interest
This is a series of academic activity which apply the previous knowledge and directly related with the studied specialization. This activity aims to foster knowledge, attitudes and behavior, master scientific research methods, increase ability to write scientific papers and scientific research to support professional skills as a pediatric subspecialist doctor.
f. Material of Special Professional Application
The material for professional application is professional training by applying the previously acquired knowledge in real life through various clinical professional activities. Professional training aims to achieve the ability (competence) and professional behavior with high quality which is supported by strong and solid academic knowledge (scientist physician). With high competence, it will produce high quality health service standards in accordance with the development of medical science and technology.
Material and Study Stage, and Credits in Pediatrics Subspecialist Study Program
|Educational Materials||Smt I||Smt II||Smt III||Smt IV||
Basic Scientific Education Pendidikan Dasar Ilmiah
Education in Speciality of Interest
Scientific Research and Skill
|Number of Credits||12||12||14||28||66|
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Subspecialist Secretariat Room
Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU)
Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU)
Cardiac Catheterization and Echocardiography Room
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Child Health Department Building, 3rd floor, Dr. Hasan Sadikin General Hospital, Jl. Pasteur No. 38 , Bandung.
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Why Choose Us
The teaching staff are doctoral graduates from foreign and domestic universities who have experience in research and publication in international journals; full of commitment and support from the supervisor's grant grants make it easier for students to carry out thesis research and graduate on time.
List of Lecturer Expertise
|1||Prof. Dr. Budi Setiabudiawan, dr.,SpA(K).,MKes||Consultant of Allergy-Immunology|
|2||Dr. Rd. Reni Ghrahani, dr.,SpA(K),M.Kes||Consultant of Allergy-Immunology|
|3||Gartika Sapartini, dr.,SpA(K),M.Kes||Consultant of Allergy-Immunology|
|4||Novina, dr.,SpA(K),M.Kes||Consultant of Endocrinology|
|5||Dr. Dadang Hudaya S, dr.,SpA(K).,MKes||Consultant of Pediatrics Emergency and Intensive Care|
|6||Dr. Dzulfikar DLH, dr.,SpA(K).,MKes, MMRS||Consultant of Pediatrics Emergency and Intensive Care|
|7||Stanza Uga Peryoga, dr.,SpA(K),M.Kes||Consultant of Pediatrics Emergency and Intensive Care|
|8||Fina Meilyana, dr.,SpA(K),M.Kes||Consultant of Pediatrics Emergency and Intensive Care|
|9||Prof. Dr. Dwi Prasetyo, dr.,SpA(K).,MKes.||Consultant of Gastro-Hepatology|
|10||Dr. Ina Rosalina, dr.,SpA(K),M.Kes||Consultant of Gastro-Hepatology|
|11||Yudith Setiati Ermaya, dr.,SpA,M.Kes||Consultant of Gastro-Hepatology|
|12||Prof. Dr. Ponpon S. Idjradinata, dr.,Sp.A(K)||Consultant of Hemato-Oncology|
|13||Dr. Harry Raspati Achmad, dr.,SpA(K).,MARS||Consultant of Hemato-Oncology|
|14||Dr. Lelani Reniarti, dr.,SpA(K).,MKes||Consultant of Hemato-Oncology|
|15||Dr. Susi Susanah, dr.,Sp.A(K).,MKes||Consultant of Hemato-Oncology|
|16||Nur Suryawan,dr.,SpA(K),M.Kes||Consultant of Hemato-Oncology|
|17||Nur Melani Sari, dr.,SpA(K),M.Kes||Consultant of Hemato-Oncology|
|18||Prof. Azhali MS, dr.,SpA(K)||Consultant of Infection and Tropical Diseases|
|19||Prof. Herry Garna, dr.,SpA(K).,PhD||Consultant of Infection and Tropical Diseases|
|20||Prof. Alex Chairulfatah, dr.,SpA(K)||Consultant of Infection and Tropical Diseases|
|21||Dr. Djatnika Setiabudi, dr.,SpA(K).,MCTM.(Trop.Ped)||Consultant of Infection and Tropical Diseases|
|22||Dr. Anggraini Alam, dr.,SpA(K)||Consultant of Infection and Tropical Diseases|
|23||Riyadi, dr.,SpA(K),M.Kes||Consultant of Infection and Tropical Diseases|
|24||Dr. Sri Endah Rahayuningsih, dr.,SpA(K)||Consultant of Cardiology|
|25||Rahmat Budi Kuswiyanto, dr.,SpA(K),M.Kes||Consultant of Cardiology|
|26||Putria A Rayani, dr.,SpA(K),M.Kes||Consultant of Cardiology|
|27||Prof. Dr. Nanan Sekarwana, dr.,SpA(K).,MARS||Consultant of Nephrology|
|28||Prof. Dr. Dedi Rachmadi Sambas, dr.,SpA(K).,MKes||Consultant of Nephrology|
|29||Prof. Dr. Dany Hilmanto, dr.,SpA(K)||Consultant of Nephrology|
|30||Dr. Ahmedz Widiasta, dr.,SpA(K), M.Kes||Consultant of Nephrology|
|31||Prof. Dr. Abdurachman Sukadi, dr.,SpA(K)||Consultant of Neonatology|
|32||Aris Primadi, dr.,SpA(K)||Consultant of Neonatology|
|33||Dr. Tetty Yuniati, dr.,SpA(K).,MKes||Consultant of Neonatology|
|34||Dr. Fiva Aprillia Kadi,dr.,SpA(K),M.Kes||Consultant of Neonatology|
|35||Dr. Nelly Amalia Risan, dr.,SpA(K)||Consultant of Neurology|
|36||Purboyo Solek, dr.,SpA(K)||Consultant of Neurology|
|37||Dewi Hawani Adiwar, dr.,SpA(K)||Consultant of Neurology|
|38||Mia Milanti Dewi, dr.,SpA(K),M.Kes||Consultant of Neurology|
|39||Prof. Dr. Dida A. Gurnida, dr.,SpA(K)., M.Kes||Consultant of Nutrition and Metabolic Diseases|
|40||Julistio TB Djais, dr.,SpA(K),M.Kes||Consultant of Nutrition and Metabolic Diseases|
|41||Tisnasari Hafsah, dr.,SpA(K),M.Kes||Consultant of Nutrition and Metabolic Diseases|
|42||Prof. Cissy Rachiana S.P., dr., SpA(K), MSc., PhD||Consultant of Respirology|
|43||Prof. Dr. Heda Melinda N, dr.,SpA(K).,MKes||Consultant of Respirology|
|44||Sri Sudarwati, dr.,SpA(K)||Consultant of Respirology|
|45||Diah Asri Wulandari, dr.,SpA(K)||Consultant of Respirology|
|46||Prof. Dr. Kusnandi Rusmil, dr.,Sp.A(K).,MM||Consultant of Growth and Development – Social Pediatrics|
|47||Dr. Eddy Fadlyana, dr.,SpA(K).,MKes||Consultant of Growth and Development – Social Pediatrics|
|48||Prof. Dr. Meita Dhamayanti, dr.,SpA(K).,M.Kes||Consultant of Growth and Development – Social Pediatrics|
|49||Rodman Tarigan S, dr.,SpA(K),M.Kes||Consultant of Growth and Development – Social Pediatrics|