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17 minutes | Sep 28, 2021
[AMSA-UNHAS POD.15] Keeping Your Eyes Healthy During Pandemic: Is It Possible?
During this pandemic, most of us do our works online, whereas this condition makes people spend more time in front of their gadgets like computer, laptop, or mobile phone. Meanwhile, staring at the screen for too long causes the eyes to get tired, dry, and even cause eye abnormalities like computer visual syndrome. But don't worry, there are many tips from dr. Fadhilah Putri Wulandari, that will help you mantain your eye health during this pandemic. So, without further ado, let's find out the answer in this podcast!
33 minutes | May 31, 2021
[AMSA-UNHAS POD.14] Harapan Anak Mandiri: A Hope For Autism
This special-edition episode is a collaboration of AMSA-Unhas and Harapan Anak Mandiri Foundation. In this episode, Clara and dr. Rinvil Renaldi M.Kes, Sp.KJ(K) aims to raise awareness of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) in Indonesia. Autism is not a joke. Tune in to find out why we should embrace and build hope in Autism!
46 minutes | Mar 31, 2021
[AMSA-UNHAS POD.13] The Journey to Achieve an Outstanding Student Title
In this episode, Clara invites Nur Efendi Darming, S.H. to join the podcast and have a casual talk about Kak Efendi's journey on achieving the MAWAPRES title. Not only inspiring, this episode includes the secret behind acquiring the title, about how to successfully turn ambitions to reality!
30 minutes | Jan 31, 2021
[AMSA-UNHAS POD.12] A Neurological Perspective on COVID-19 Pandemic
The 12th episode of AMSA-Unhas Podcast is here! You can directly listen it through Spotify (AMSA-Unhas) In this episode, Clara discuss about COVID-19 in a different perspective, from a neurological one! dr. Raissa Alfaathir Heri, a neurology resident, also an activist and motivator will open your perspective about the disease, not merely just a respiratory disease, but also the brain! Enjoy the podcast!
32 minutes | Nov 29, 2020
[AMSA UNHAS POD. 11] Vaccination: What Should You Know and How Should You Respond
In this episode, Clara and Manda discuss about COVID-19 vaccination that we will face in the near 2021, to know what to anticipate and how to respond with dr. Firdaus Kasim, M.Sc, head of research and innovation of RS. Unhas. Grab some snacks, relax, and don’t forget to enjoy the podcast!
37 minutes | Aug 27, 2020
[AMSA-Unhas POD.10] Medical School 101: What Medical School is Really Like?
In this 10th podcast, Da’wa, a member of AMSA-Unhas and host of this podcast interviewed an outstanding medical student, Ahmad Taufik Fadillah Z, as they talked about medical school: what it's really like? how to get in? how to survive? and how to be great at self management as a pre-medical student?
38 minutes | Jul 12, 2020
[AMSA-Unhas POD.09] Beyond the To Do List: How to Stay Productive During Quarantine
Currently, times are strange. Going from a busy days with hardly no time to chill, but now you’re constantly at home, only looking at social media. As quarantine has become a necessary part of daily routines due to the spread of COVID-19, many people are looking for ways to pass the time while social distancing. So here it is, AMSA-Unhas is helping you to find ways through this podcast. In this ninth podcast, Da’wa, a member of AMSA-Unhas and host of this podcast interviewed a fresh graduated yet smart doctor, dr. Giordano Bandi Lolok, as they talked about life, mindset and productivity during quarantine.
25 minutes | Mar 7, 2020
[AMSA-Unhas POD.08] Get Pregnant in Swimming Pool Without Intercourse?
Sitti Hikmawaty, the Indonesian Child Protection Commission (KPAI) commissioner for health, narcotics and addictive substances, made the claim during an interview with local news site that women could get pregnant from swimming in the same pool as men with "an especially strong type of male sperm". Is it true? AMSA-Unhas invited an andrologist to answer all our confusion! In this eight podcast, Da’wa and Sasa, members of AMSA-Unhas and host of this podcast interviewed dr. Rahmawati Thamrin, Sp.And as they talked about sperm and this viral saying.
29 minutes | Nov 30, 2019
[AMSA-Unhas POD.07] Gadget Addiction - Am I Addicted To My Gadget?
On 2018, there were 209 Indonesian millenials (age 5-15 years old) at West Java was hospitalized caused by gadget addiciton. That’s why, AMSA-Unhas invited a psychiatrist to be a guest speaker of this podcast and to help Indonesia solves this problem! In this seventh podcast, Da’wa, a member of AMSA-Unhas and host of this podcast interviewed dr. Andi Suheyra Syauki, M.Kes., Sp.KJ as they talked about gadget addiction and millenials.
41 minutes | Sep 28, 2019
[AMSA-Unhas POD.06] Spilling The Truth About Boba - The Famous Drink
Since few years ago, a famous drink, bubble tea has become a trend among people. Bubble tea is a milk tea plus tapioca balls which usually known as pearls, bubbles, and boba. This drink comes from Taiwan and has a variety of refreshing flavors. Many people consume it every day. However, some people started to worry about consuming boba. Why? Turns out, there is a phenomenal case, a 14-years-old girl from China suffered constipation caused by hundreds of undigested boba. Then, this case led to some rumors about boba. That’s why, AMSA-Unhas is here to spill the truth about boba. In this sixth podcast, Yusuf, a member of AMSA-Unhas and host of this podcast interviewed an admirable member of AMSA-Unhas, which is a nutrition doctor, dr. Andi Faradillah, M.Kes., Sp.GK and Da’watul Khair, a boba drink lover, as they talked about boba drink, food nutrition and diet.
35 minutes | Jun 13, 2019
[AMSA-Unhas POD.05] Women Empowerment: Women's Place Is Everywhere
AMSA-Unhas is proud to be home to many smart, talented, empowered women that have contributed much in building AMSA-Unhas to be what it is today. AMSA-Unhas aspires to continue being a place where its members can learn and develop themselves to be the great people they are capable of being, regardless of genders. However, the topic of women empowerment is no simple issue. Although the problems women face have changed and the situations improved throughout history, to say the issues no longer exist is to be mistaken. It is important to identify these, being informed, and knowing the steps necessary to be taken to overcome them. After all, many great women are behind the success of nations and societies as a whole, every one doing their part in whichever role they chose. The empowerment of women does not only affect women. A society with empowered women is a society heading to greatness. In the fifth AMSA-Unhas podcast, Chaca, a member of AMSA-Unhas and host of this podcast, interviewed Iin Fadhilah Utami (Representative of AMSA-Unhas 2016/2017, The Most Inspiring Student Mahasiswa Berprestasi, author of Jarak yang Kau Rayakan) and Andi Adriana Rumpang (Miss Sulawesi Selatan 2019) as they talked about women empowerment.
34 minutes | Jun 13, 2019
[AMSA-Unhas POD.04] Audrey's Bullying: Perpetrator or Victim?
Bullying has now increasingly been identified as the serious problem that it is. Albeit there are still many things in need of improvement, the support for stopping bullying has become more apparent, more so than it does the other direction. There have been campaigns and attempts made to increase awareness in regards of bullying--information about its types, roots, to the devastating and lasting effects it could prompt. A particular case of bullying, that of Audrey's, emerged and became a popular discussion topic, especially on social media. The case brought back important talking points, as most things are when they become popular, but the case all on itself was an interesting one. The case was discussed by many, polarizing people into sides. Through the many natures of the discussions, though, a question they mostly circled around was simple: perpetrator or victim? The case of Audrey's bullying was the topic of the fourth ASMA-Unhas Podcast. Argatria, a member of AMSA-Unhas, sat down with dr. Rinoldy Mangiri and dr. Raissa Alfaathir and talked about this case.
6 minutes | Jun 13, 2019
[AMSA-Unhas POD.03] Triple Burden Disease
Triple burden disease is one of the health problem currently faced in this country. Triple Burden Disease also happened to be the theme for the 2019 Hands For Humanity, an annual social event held by AMSA-Unhas. This year, the event took place in Puskesmas Kampili, Gowa on Sunday, 24th of March 2019. As one of the philosophies of AMSA is action, this event is part of the attempts made to do what we are able to as medical students to contribute and give back to society the way we can. For this year's Hands for Humanity, the agendas were general health check, circumcision, and educating locals about URTI. This event was made in the hopes that through it, we can help achieve the goal of handling Triple Burden Disease, at the very least to make more people aware of it. On the third AMSA-Unhas podcast, we had Chaca and Leony, members of AMSA-Unhas, talking about the Hands For Humanity event. Chaca acted as the host, interviewing Leony, Vice Executive Board Community Outreach AMSA-Unhas 2018/2019.
35 minutes | Jun 13, 2019
[AMSA-Unhas POD.02] Trigger Your Action in Emergency Condition
National Action Event is an annual national event that AMSA-Unhas had the honor to host this year, with the theme TRIAGE "Trigger Your Action in Emergency Condition." The event lasted three terrific days, starting from 16th to 18th November 2018. Many events were successfully held, starting from the Welcoming Party, NRPC presentation, lectures, debate competitions, social action, research talk show, social session, as well as the Farewell Party. This event not only gave the delegates a lot of knowledge to go home with, it also gave them an opportunity to share their knowledge and skill, became a place for them to make more friends, and of course, gave experiences they wouldn't otherwise have.
23 minutes | Jun 13, 2019
[AMSA-Unhas POD.01] Epilepsy Can't Stop Us
Epilepsy is a public health problem that is rather uncommon to be talked about. There are many myths and false beliefs surrounding the disease, many of which come from the very fact that there isn't much educated information regarding epilepsy given to the general public. It is, therefore, part of our responsibility as medical students fortunate enough to have more knowledge in the medical field to correct the misinformation we come across. This should be done not merely for the sake of fulfilling responsibilities, but with the awareness that the spread and belief of something that is simply false, when it affects many people with the condition and their loved ones, is no harmless mistake. AMSA-Unhas is proud to have Argatria Michelle, one of the top 12 finalists of Ambassador of Public Health, on the first ever AMSA-Unhas Podcast. She had been campaigning and attempting to spread awareness regarding epilepsy. On this podcast, she interviewed dr. Andi Weri Sompa, M.Kes, Sp.S, chief of PERPEI (Perhimpunan Penanggulangan Epilepsi Indonesia).
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