CIMSA UNRI successfully held SECRETORY on Saturday, 9th October 2021 from 1:00 pm – 4.00 pm. This activity was held online via Zoom Meeting due to the COVID – 19 situation that occurred around the world that prohibits us from meeting groups of people with hopes to break the chain of spreading the virus. 

Burnout is a process experienced by a member of the organization who was previously highly committed to the organization from his life in response to the stress experienced at work. The number of people with mental disorders tends to increase, along with the times. The latest data in the health department says there are one to three people with severe mental disorders for every thousand residents.  The sufferers of mild mental disorders range from twenty to eighty people every thousand inhabitants.

So, SCOME CIMSA UNRI holds SECRETORY (SCOME Wants To Tell A Story). SECRETORY has goals to explain the things participants need to know about the learning system at FK UNRI with some tips and advice on how to learn and organize well. Therefore, it can minimize the number of mental disorders.

Before SECRETORY activities started, there was training first for all of the committees. This training was conducted on Tuesday, 5th October 2021 from 7.00 pm until 8.45 pm. This training activity was attended by the entire committees and the material was delivered by one of the Trainers from CIMSA FK UNRI, namely Raihanah Zahroh, from SCOPH. The material presented is Definition, Symptoms, Cause and Effect, and Preventive of Burn Out.

This activity consists of two main sessions; the first session featured a presentation by dr. Rizka Fadilah, Alumni of CIMSA FK UNRI 2014. The topic is about the academic side of FK UNRI. The information provided consists of tips for time management, boredom management, and how to survive studying at the medical faculty.

The second session was the presentation of dr. Christin Fransiska, Alumni of CIMSA FK UNRI 2014. The talk covers the organizational side of FK UNRI, including a quick overview of UNRI’s organizations, the value of membership (joining organizations), time management recommendations for academics and organizations, and the speaker’s own organizing experience.