Sekolah Tinggi Ilmu Kesehatan (STIKes) Muhammadiyah Klaten conducted University Research Colloquium (Urecol) online, Saturday (20/03). The agenda was full-supported by the consortium of the Institute for Research and Community Service (LPPM) of Muhammadiyah- ‘Aisyiyah Higher Education Institutions (MHEI) in Central Java and the Special Region of Yogyakarta, followed by 383 participants including the researchers, lecturers, students, and general participants. The program was conducted for the 13th time and was a national seminar forum to disseminate, discuss, and follow up on the research output and community services.
By theme “Economics Recovery in the Covid-19 Pandemic period”, the program was also one of higher education institutions’ contributions caused by the Covid-19 pandemic in all fields globally, especially the health and economy through innovative research and community service.
This Urecol agenda was attended by Prof Dr EM Sutrisna, MKes, and Dodok Sartono, SE MM, as the resource persons. In his presentation, Prof Dr EM Sutrisna, MKes discussed the policy modification to design tri dharma ‘three values’ in the Covid-19 pandemic. Meanwhile, Dodok Sartono, SE, MM explained the philanthropy institutions in strengthening the economy affected by pandemics.
In her remarks, the Head of STIKes Muhammadiyah Klaten, Sri Sat Titi Hamranani, expected this program could contribute significantly to knowledge development. Moreover, the publication related to the research result or the community service implementation could be realized in this agenda. The lecturers, students, and public participants could follow the publications, which were expected to be disseminated to the broader community. “The implementation was expected to be conducted routinely so that the upgrade of knowledge development can be continuously carried out,” he concluded.  Diktilitbang