Dr Ardi Findyartini
Head of Department, Medical Education and Indonesian Medical Education and Research Institute
Dr Ardi Findyartini is a medical doctor graduated from Faculty of Medicine Universitas Indonesia (FMUI) in 2002.
Her interest in high quality medical education process encouraged her to complete a doctoral program in Melbourne Medical School Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences, The University of Melbourne in 2012. The highlight of her thesis on how clinical reasoning is taught and learned in Australia and Indonesia motivates her to learn further on how best practices in medical education can be implemented contextually.
She is currently the Head of Department of Medical Education and Medical Education Center at the Indonesian Medical Education and Research Institute (IMERI) Faculty of Medicine Universitas Indonesia. She has been teaching in undergraduate and postgraduate program in medical education and mentoring students and graduates interested in medical education.
With her team, she’s been very active in conducting workshops for faculty development in undergraduate and postgraduate medical education within the FMUI and in other institutions in Indonesia for the past 10 years, and is a nominated panel member for ASPIRE excellence in faculty development since 2014. She authored and co-authored several international publications in peer reviewed journals and conferences. She’s also been involved as the reviewer of national and international medical education journals.
Her research area of interest includes clinical reasoning and clinical teaching, curriculum development in undergraduate and postgraduate medical education, assessment, interprofessional education and socio-cultural factors underpinning approaches in medical and health professions education.