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OPTIMIS activity by TBM Faculty of Medicine, Syiah Kuala University

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Initial assessment and sport injury skills are very important skills for medical students to have. Therefore, the TBM (Medical Assistance Team) of the Faculty of Medicine, Syiah Kuala University held the OPTIMIS (Open Recruitment Team for the Medical Assistance Team of USK FK) 2022, which aims to recruit new members of the FK USK TBM. Optimism has several stages, namely socialization, collection of registration files, written tests, interview tests, and physical tests of TBM FK USK.

The activity was opened with Initial Assessment Training, Sport Injury and Focus Group Discussion (FGD) delivered by dr. Meilya Silvalila Sp.EM on March 12, 2022. In this activity, all participants took part in education in small groups and did an initial assessment training simulation to sport injury. Participants were also given a pretest and posttest to measure the level of understanding.

In addition, other series of events are written tests and interviews conducted via Zoom Meeting on March 13, 2022. In this activity, participants are given written test questions and conduct interviews. This activity aims to measure the level of understanding and personality and characteristics of participants, before becoming a Rangers TBM FK USK. The number of participants who attended was 95 people.

“Medical students are not just students, but have roles as agents of health, agents of development, and agents of change. In order to be able to help the wider community and improve health status, medical students must be alert and willing at any time to help others. Therefore, we need a forum that can support and facilitate medical students so that they can develop their knowledge and abilities," said Muhammad Abid Farras as Chair of the OPTIMIS TBM FK USK 2022 Committee.

Through OPTIMIS, TBM FK USK hopes that when one day we are faced with an emergency, medical students can understand basic medical assistance steps and be able to carry out initial assessments and assistance in sport injuries to minimize the number of fatalities that may occur.