EVALUASI PARTISIPASI PENDIDIKAN KEBENCANAAN PADA MAHASISWA FAKULTAS KEDOKTERAN UNIVERSITAS SYIAH KUALA (Setelah Mengikuti Blok Disaster Management)

Ilham M, Mulyadi Mulyadi, Imran Imran, Syahrul Syahrul, Mudatsir Mudatsir, Jasa ZK

Abstract


Abstrak. Indonesia kerap menghadapi berbagai macam bencana yang datang silih berganti. Gempa bumi, tsunami, banjir, longsor, gunung meletus dan angin puting beliung kerap terjadi di Indonesia. Hal ini disebabkan oleh kondisi geografis Indonesia khususnya Aceh yang sangat rawan bencana. Potensi bencana di Aceh sangat besar karena kondisi geografis, geologis, hidrologis, dan demografis yang sangat berperan dalam terjadinya bencana. Dokter merupakan profesi yang sangat dibutuhkan apabila terjadi bencana. Blok Disaster Management merupakan suatu blok dalam kurikulum pendidikan kedokteran yang membahas mengenai dasar-dasar bencana. Tujuan penelitian ini adalah untuk mengevaluasi dan menganalisis partisipasi mahasiswa Fakultas Kedokteran Universitas Syiah Kuala yang telah mengikuti blok Disaster Management angkatan 2009-2011. Penelitian kuantitatif dengan 238 subjek yang ditentukan dengan metode acak bertingkat ikut serta dalam penelitian ini. Data diperoleh melalui pengisian kuesioner sebanyak 10 pernyataan mengenai partisipasi disaster management. (JKS 2016; 3: 146- 152)

Kata Kunci: bencana, partisipasi, mahasiswa kedokteran, blok disaster management

Abstract. Indonesia often face a variety of disasters that came and went. Earthquakes, tsunamis, floods, landslides, volcanic eruptions and tornados are common occurs in Indonesia. This is due to the geographical condition of Indonesia, especially in Aceh was highly vulnerable. The disaster potential in Aceh is very large due to geography, geology, hydrology, and demographic very important role in the disaster.Doctor is a profession that is need when the disaster occur. Disaster management bloc is a bloc in medical education curriculum that learn about the basics of disaster. The objective of this study is to evaluate and analyze the medical student’s participation of Syiah Kuala University about disaster management after joined Disaster Management bloc grade 2009-2011. This quantitative study was consist of 238 subjects which selected using stratified random sampling method. The data was obtained from questionnaire that consist of statements about participation in disaster management. (JKS 2016; 3: 146- 152)

Keywords: disaster, participation, medical student, disaster management bloc


Keywords


bencana, partisipasi, mahasiswa kedokteran, blok disaster management disaster, participation, medical student, disaster management bloc

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