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Reducing Public Intention to Seek Medical Treatment Abroad, RSUA Preparing International Accreditation

A total of eight surveyors from the accreditation institute of National Hospital Accreditation Standard (SNARS) came to Teaching Hospital of Universitas Airlangga (RSUA) on Tuesday, May 14. The opening of SNARS accreditation survey was attended by UNAIR and RSUA leaders, surveyors, and medical staff at RSUA.

FKM UNAIR Successfully Increases the Accreditation of National Scientific Journal

The target of 500 best universities carried out by Universitas Airlangga encourages all faculties to increase journal publications and accreditation, especially for Scopus indexed journals. In 2019, FKM UNAIR succeeded in increasing the accreditation of national scientific journals issued by (Kemenristek Dikti).
MOST left, dr. Lilik Marliana, MM., one of the surveyors from Hospital Accreditation Committee (KARS), reviews documents in the National Hospital Accreditation Standards Simulation Survey (SNARS) First Edition of Universitas Airlangga Teaching Hospital on Tuesday, April 9, 2019 at RSUA Hall, 8th Floor, Campus C UNAIR.

RSUA Holds Accreditation Simulation with KARS

Quality improvement of service, education and research continues to be enforced by Universitas Airlangga through advancement of UNAIR Teaching Hospital (RSUA). One of these efforts was realized in a national and international standard accreditation program which would be followed by RSUA.

Closing of ASIC Accreditation, Rector: Accreditation Aims to Improve University Quality

International accreditation ASIC (Accreditation Service for International Schools, Colleges, and Universities) held for five days at Universitas Airlangga (UNAIR) was officially closed on Friday, March 29.

Assessed by Assessors, FISIP and FIB Study Programs Participates in ASIC Accreditation

As a manifestation of achieving 500 world ranking in 2019, Faculty of Humanities (FIB) and Universitas Airlangga (UNAIR) Faculty of Social and Political Sciences (FISIP) participated on international accreditation, ASIC (Accreditation for International Schools, Colleges, and Universities).
ASIC CEO Lee Hammond delivers an opening presentation to UNAIR leaders.

Fourteen Programs of UNAIR Ready for ASIC International Accreditation

As one of the best universities in Indonesia which is mandated to become a world-class university, Universitas Airlangga continues to make efforts towards internationalization. It starts from the improvement of education curriculum, the quality and quantity of research and scientific publications, and which is no less important, the quality development and community service reach.

Three Faculties Ready for ASIIN International Accreditation

Universitas Airlangga (UNAIR) committed in improving the quality of learning process, academic mobility, research and community empowerment. For this reason, UNAIR continues to encourage itself to improve its international accreditation.

FISIP Preparation for ASIC Accreditation

In order to fulfill one of the requirements to obtain ASIC accreditation with international standards, Faculty of Social and Political Sciences (FISIP) Universitas Airlangga held a simulation of how to cope with disasters. The activity was held on Wednesday February 27 in Adi Sukadana Room and FISIP UNAIR Park.

Improving Education Quality, UNAIR Holds International Accreditation Workshop

As one of the best universities in the world, Universitas Airlangga continues to improve education quality. One of them is measured by accreditation of universities and existing study programs. Not only improving national accreditation but also international accreditation.
Setya Haksama UNAIR

The Importance of Hospital Accreditation and Healthcare BPJS for Health Development in Indonesia

In early January 2019, the media reported that there were many hospitals that stopped serving Healthcare BPJS participants or stopped collaborating with Healthcare BPJS. It happened because of the new regulation by Ministry of Health (Kemenkes) that hospitals collaborating with Healthcare BPJS must be accredited first.

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