SCOME (Standing Committee on Medical Education) is one of standing committees who works in the development of Indonesian medical education system and also as a forum for Indonesian medical students to develop their knowledge and skills in medical field. It is SCOME’s vision to create a qualified and competitive Medical Human Resources in order to have the ability to face every changes in lokal and global scale. That’s why SCOME is committed to do an active effort to support medical students in receiving a comprehensive medical education.
SCOME strives to improve medical education quality in Indonesia and therefore often deals with curriculum review,
study skills and a variety of other related areas. SCOME also undertakes the responsibility of creating awareness
about health education issues that are relevant to the surrounding local community in Indonesia. Through SCOME, medical students of Indonesia collaborate to develop medical education in Indonesia by doing projects and activities to give the opportunity for medical students to participate in their medical education system at local, national, and international activities.
- To promote the medical education system and curriculum
reformation to improve medical education.
- To increase students, community, and policy makers in medical field and the government’s awareness of the importance of medical education development
- To strengthen the network and resources for medical students in order to establish qualified health workers.
- To expand education and training opportunities for medical students to improve the quality of Indonesian medical resources.