The London Digital Twin Research Centre has today kicked-off another British Council project that aims to develop curriculum on “Digital Twin for Health System Resilience” with partner Universitas Gadjah Mada (Indonesia) and other associated partners Health Office at Kulon Progo, Mlati II & Samigaluh II Primary Healthcare and PT Sisfomedika, within the Going Global Partnerships Indonesia programme.
Here is the link to the Kick-off meeting programme
The project aims to strengthen the Indonesia’s preparedness, response and approach to future health resilience tested by crises such as the COVID-19 pandemic. The Ministry of Health Indonesia has now included health system strengthening as one of their top priorities. The new curriculum with digital technologies at its core is therefore required to upskill and train the next generation healthcare workforce, one of the determinants of health system resilience framework. The project is also expected to prepare students for health system resilience through the DT potential in the policy-making process. We anticipate developing really good institutional links with partner Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM), that will support further international collaboration.