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International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

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Juridic Perspective of Indonesian Medicine Consil (IMC) on Legislation of Doctor Education Standards in Medical Services

Budi Gunawan, Erni Agustina

Abstract: Pursuant to Law Number 29 of 2009 concerning Medical Practices, the function of the Indonesian Medical Council (IMC) is to regulate, authorize, stipulate, as well as provide guidance to doctors and dentists who carry out medical practices, in order to improve the quality of medical services. This idependent body also stipulate Legislation on Medical Education Standards in Medical Services and it is regulated in Indonesian Medical Council Regulation Number 10 of 2012 Concerning Indonesian Medical Professional Education Standards. Medical education graduates must have the ability in accordance with the Indonesian Doctors Competency Standards (IDCS) which are approved by the Indonesian Medical Council. Authority of the Indonesian Medical Council in the event of Violations of Medical Services by Doctors Not Fulfilling Medical Education Standards: To uphold the discipline of doctors and dentists in administering medical practice, the authority of the IMC is to establish an Indonesian Medical Disciplinary Honorary Council which is an autonomous institution of IMC and carries out its duties in a manner independent. This type of research is normative legal research which examines the law as norms, rules that are in the We Act, and various statutory regulations It reveals that legal instruments medical and dental practice seems to be inadequate, so far it is still dominated by formal needs and government interests while the portion of the profession is still lacking

Keywords: Indonesian Medical Council, Medical Education Standards



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