Name of the activity: SGP: SCORE Goes Public

Country/NMO: Indonesia (CIMSA-ISMKI)

Program: Teaching Medical Skills

Contact information: [email protected]

Type of the activity: Capacity Building, Education, and Research

General description:

SGP is a multilevel research training which focus on educating Indonesian citizens with its information & communal application. SGP also encourages the creation of social and professional communal network while simultaneously upholding the 3rd and 4th SDGs.

The SGP levels are differentiated by its purpose and audience. The first level, Training for trainers, is a training for SCORE members to deepen their basic research understanding from selecting topic(s) to analyzing data. This level can simultaneously become a bonding session.

Conversely, the third level, university research, consists of commencing research as the implementation of previous level. This research is conducted within the university or interfaculty collaboration.

For the fourth level, community research, SCORE held a research with community as its target. It is advised to collaborate with external parties, like WHO and LSM. The research result of the 3rd and 4th level can be used for further education material.

Focus area:

Research basics for medical practitioners

Problem statement:

Indonesia has improved well on 2018 for research quality and quantity advancement. The country even nominated as the second best in ASEAN with the most high-quality and quantity research.

Meanwhile, research crucially is imperative, especially in Indonesia, due to its triple burden disease status on NTDs, NCDs, and re-emerging diseases.

Target groups:

General population, Medical students, Healthcare Students, Other Students, Doctors, Other health professionals

Beneficiaries:

General population, Medical students, Healthcare Students, Other Students, Doctors, Other health professionals

Objectives and indicators of success:

SGP aims to develop SCORE members’ soft skills, social and professional network, and critical thinking about the local and/or global health issue. Moreover, SGP further realize the implementation of SDGs and CIMSA Program. Quality education, the 4th SDGs, can be attained by providing medical students and associates opportunities to expand their knowledge about research and its application.

Methodology:

o “University Research” is about running a research as the implementation of previous SGP level knowledge. This research done within the coverage of one university but can also involve trans-faculty collaboration. The result of this SGP will then be used for further education

o “Community research” is similar to the previous level, where SCORE held a research with a broader range of target within the community. Research of this scope is advised to have a collaboration with external parties, such as WHO and LSM. The result of this research can be used to educate the masses or as data for the external parties or next projects

Plans for evaluation:

The following is SGP adequate evaluation:

• CQCP 2.0.: evaluation on the activity performance by assessing the activity quality within many aspects including preparation, execution, and post-activity stage.

• Questionnaire: evaluation on the committee performance by using questionnaire filled by each of the committee in essence of assessing each other performance

• Pre-test & Post-test: evaluation on the impact toward the activity target audience by measuring the difference in score before and after

• Feedback questionnaire: evaluation on mainly the external aspects filling questionnaire by all of the involved parties for feedback toward all aspects of the activity

Those will then be compiled and then used as a discussion material on the evaluation meeting. Points from the evaluation can also be a warning or guidance for the next planned commencement of the activity.