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PKB XXVII Ilmu Penyakit Dalam: Comprehensive Management in Internal Medicine



Internal Medicine is quickly developing in all lines, from basic theories, pathophysiology, diagnostic procedures and therapy. The challenges of new cases and the re-emergence of re-emerging diseases in the era of globalization, modernization and industrialization require clinicians to constantly renew their knowledge and expertise and possess global standard quality to improve medical services. Information on medical science and technology is now easily accessible to anyone, produce an increasingly critical society and bring up challenges for clinicians.

The advancement of Indonesian doctors must be supported by access to regional, national and international scientific communication in the form of scientific forums that present the latest research information and results, as well as a forum for discussion with experts in addition to establishing family bond for doctors.

Pendidikan Kedokteran Berkelanjutan (PKB) Internal Medicine Department, Faculty of Medicine of Udayana University / Sanglah Hospital 2019 is a scientific activity in Internal Medicine topics held annually. In the series of activities of PKB XXVII in Internal Medicine Faculty of Medicine Universitas Udayana / Sanglah Hospital 2019, the update in the field of Internal Medicine will be presented in the form of training (workshops), symposiums, and expert discussions hence the opportunities for interaction between participants and experts are optimal. Development in the field of research is also a concern and we give appreciation in the form of opportunities to compete in oral papers and posters.



Dr. I Wayan Losen Adnyana, SpPD-KHOM



How to Cite

Fakultas Kedokteran Universitas Udayana, P. X. I. P. D. (2019). PKB XXVII Ilmu Penyakit Dalam: Comprehensive Management in Internal Medicine. Bali Medical Journal, 8(3), 1–7.




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