(Exchange Fair SCOPE SCORE in This Session)


To meet the demands of rising globalization in health care, universities are increasingly organizing international exchange programs. A theory discovered that the exchange program had an impact on doctor-patient relationships and successful medical communication. The exchange program in Indonesia was developed in conjunction with a government program that emphasizes the medical education system. It helped broaden the insight and perspective of prospective doctors to increase the standard of health care. Every student has the opportunity to study around the world and improve their medical education through student exchange. So, as the quality of medical education improves in the future, it is hoped that the quality of doctor graduates will improve and improve health quality.
One of the annual and most extensive activities held by SCOPE with SCORE CIMSA FK UNS is this Exchange Fair activity. This exchange activity aims to change mindsets toward a case in the health sector and research in the health sector. However, it is also a forum for cultural exchange and introduces the beauty of Indonesia. As a result, exchange activities must be shared widely so that everyone else has the same opportunity to participate in this exchange program. The Exchange Fair, a frequent annual event held by SCOPE and SCORE CIMSA FK UNS, intends to invite medical students to participate in the exchange under SCOPE and SCORE the host.
Exchange Fair was held online using the Zoom platform because we are in the middle of a pandemic which makes us for social distancing. However, this social distancing did not keep us away from excitement feelings to attend the event. Exchange Fair 2021 named EXPRESSION: Exchange Fair SCOPE SCORE in this Season, which incredibly held on Saturday, April 17th to Sunday, April 18th, 2021, with all of our incredible speakers.

EXPRESSION attended by many incredible speakers, there were LORE and LEO (presented by Luthfiana Nadhiifa and Steven Leonard)

International Conferences and Scholarship Materials (presented by Parandita Dewa Gede and Nanda)

Talk show Outgoing Alumni’s (presented by Ni Ketut Wilmayani, Hillary, and Faizah Jeje), and Scholarship guideline from International Office UNS (presented by Murni Ramli). All of our incredible speakers have shown their great experience studying abroad, have shared feelings about how a medical student in another country, has presented scholarship lectures including tips and tricks, and have invited us to join student exchanges. We certainly got much knowledge we can implement to achieve our goals. We hope our participants can also overcome their doubts and go on their exchange after this event. As rightly our tagline said, “Willing to learn, Love to explore.”


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