Group of the Institute of Medicine of Thailand It was established on April 7, 1989 from a joint meeting of the Deans of the Faculty of Medicine of all 7 institutions* and the Director of Phramongkutklao College of Medicine. (Which were all medical schools that existed at the time) with the following objectives:
- To promote and develop education, research and health science services at all levels. to be consistent and respond to policies and problems public health of the country
- To be a center for coordinating and exchanging academic knowledge in education, medicine and related sciences
- To support and promote the development of work/personnel and central information system for medical, public health and health sciences
- To be a source of opinions and proposals to the government and related organizations in the field of development of medical education health science and public health in Thailand
Group of the Institute of Medicine of Thailand run by the board of directors Board of Directors and the operation committee Project/Special
The Board of Directors consists of Dean of the Faculty of Medicine of all 7 institutes, Director of Phramongkutklao College of Medicine Qualified members not more than half of the number of member institutions and secretary-general of the Institute of Medicine of Thailand It is responsible for formulating policies and operating guidelines. to consider the budget and control the financial operations of the group of institutions Medicine of Thailand
The Executive Committee consists of The group secretary, the deputy secretary, and one representative from each member institute are responsible for the initiative. and prepare special projects and activities of the Institute of Medicine of Thailand Suggest useful matters and take action on matters that Assigned by the Board of Directors
Action Committee The project/specialty consists of the Secretary-General of the Medical Institute of Thailand Group. and/or directors manage others and whom the Board of Directors deems appropriate have a duty to operate project or activity assigned to complete
*Faculty of Medicine Siriraj Hospital Mahidol University, Faculty of Medicine Chulalongkorn University, Faculty of Medicine Chiang Mai University, Faculty of Medicine Ramathibodi Hospital Mahidol University, Faculty of Medicine Khon Kaen University, Faculty of Medicine Prince of Songkla University and the Faculty of Medicine Vajira Hospital Srinakharinwirot University
In addition, the steering committee may appoint qualified persons and/or persons with experience in various fields. To provide advice and advice on Actions of the Institute of Medicine of Thailand
Secretary General of the Institute of Medicine of Thailand Responsible for all work of the Institute of Medicine of Thailand, with the Board of Directors serving as the policy-making and control department of the Institute of Medicine of Thailand.
Group of the Institute of Medicine of Thailand operated by income from Maintenance fees and contributions for operating expenses from member institutions, donations or contributions from individuals or organizations both within and outside the country. including income or other benefits that the Board of Directors deems appropriate
In the first year (1989-1990), the group of institutes had the following operational plans:
- Organize a seminar on the development of medical education between member institutions twice to promote understanding and cooperation between Faculty members of member institutions and to learn from the experience and concepts of each other
- Organize 1-2 workshops to develop organizational and academic skills for faculty members of member institutions
- Set up an ad hoc committee To consider and propose action plans for cooperation between member institutions in epidemiology, clinics, and medical information systems. and collaborating with other institutions of medicine and public health such as the Faculty of Dentistry. Faculty of Pharmacy Faculty of Nursing, etc.
- Contact with the Thai Medical Association in the United States To find ways to support faculty members at member institutions to train, visit, study and/or conduct research at prestigious medical institutions in the United States.