The Innovation of Medical Informatics program Received Quality Assessment 2020.

         The program Innovation of medical Informatics has been given Internal Quality Assessment of Academic Year 2020 in accordance with the WUQA-P criteria on October 5, 2021 by the assessment committee of 3 comittee members namely 1) Asst. Prof. Dr. Orratai Nontapet 2) Asst. Prof. Dr. Somrak Chaisingkananont 3) Asst. Prof. Dr. Patnarin Supakorn by the summary assessment of the overall average score of the course 4.07 points.

          Academic Year 2020, the Innovation of Medical Informatics program in School of Informatics Science have undergone a second assessment of the quality assessment of internal education at the curriculum level Since the course was launched in 2019, this assessment was based on the WUQA-P system, consisting of 2 main criteria (2P) and 11 sub-criteria, consisting of:

                   P1 Curriculum design

                   P2 Curriculum development according to Outcomes-Based Education (OBE)

          The committees have foreseen the strengths of the curriculum, namely, the curriculum structure is integrated and up-to-date, and there is a system to monitor the faculty’s workload systematically in all dimensions. Set a good role model for other departments, students are satisfied with the extracurricular activities at a very good level, and have adequate and ready-to-learn study materials available to them. And the directors have suggestions as follows: Problems with managing time for group assignments during online classes for students, increasing safety measures in student dormitories and improving electrical systems. The department will use various recommendations as a guideline to improve the quality of education in the following programs.