|Inaugural Lecture and Guest Lecture in Nursing Undergraduate Program (Photo: Mirza / PR)|
A nursing expert from Jember State University, Ns. Tantut Susanto, M.Kep., Sp. Kep. Kom., PhD. said, in order to become young and worldwide nurses, students had to recognize their talent and passion. When both have been found, they needed motivation and setting goals that they wanted to achieve.
Furthermore, they also had to take action with lifelong learning. This was conveyed by the Guest Lecture at San Carlos University in the Philippines in the guest lecture of the Faculty of Health, University of Muhammadiyah Malang (FIKES-UMM) with the theme "Young Nurses, Worldwide", Saturday (7/9).
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If someone could find the talent and passion, then a person would definitely have different values compared to others. Tantut also added the important for maintenance of Longlife learners where generation Z students had to work and been active to advance nursing.
Tantut also conveyed about the journey of life and career as an academic in the field of nursing. Tantut completed his education as a nurse beginning with the diploma III in nursing program at the Muhammadiyah University of Surakarta (UMS) in 1998.
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A year after gaining work experience, he continued his education at the Department of Undergraduate and Nursing at the Nursing Department at the Faculty of Medicine, Gadjah Mada University. In 2005, he began his career as an academic at Jember State University.
He completed the Nursing Master Program and Community Nursing Specialist from the University of Indonesia in 2011. In 2014, Tantut also received a scholarship from the Government of Indonesia to continue his education abroad at the Doctoral level, namely at Kanazawa University, Japan. (Win)