Jakarta School of Prosthetics and Orthotics
Jakarta School of Prosthetics and Orthotics (JSPO) is a partnership between the Ministry of Health of the Government of Indonesia (GoI), The Nippon Foundation of Japan, and The Cambodia Trust, a UK disability charity established in 1989. The School was founded due to the official Decree of the Indonesian Minister of Health No. HK.03.05/I/II/4/00141/2009 dated January 16, 2009.
JSPO opened its doors to students in 2009. It has functioned as the Prosthetics and Orthotics (P&O) Department of Jakarta I Polytechnic of Health Sciences in Cilandak, South Jakarta.
The primary aim of JSPO is to educate prosthetist-orthotists, train them to international standards to meet the needs of persons with physical disabilities in Indonesia. JSPO aspires to become the principle national training center in prosthetics and orthotics for the Republic of Indonesia. The program includes a final year clinical placement, that has become a major service provider, delivering prosthetic, orthotic and other rehabilitation services to people with disabilities.
Vision: To be the best education institution in southeast asia in the prosthetic and orthotic field and to produce prosthetists and orthotists with global insight
-To develop the learning process to meet global demands and development
-To encourage research to further develop the p&o field
-To be dedicated to providing better service to their patients
-To ensure continuing professional development of all faculty members
-To promote relationships with other prosthetic and orthotic programs nationally and internationally
-To support education by improving their infrastructure and facilitiesSee more