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Faculty of Health Universitas Pahlawan Tuanku Tambusai and Prof. Ruzita from Universitas Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM) Holds a Visiting Health

Prof. Ruzita Abd Thalib in the presentation of the collaboration agenda, in the form of field visits to several health agencies and schools around Bangkinang and Kec. Kuok.

This collaborative visit was carried out by Universitas Pahlawan Tuanku Tambusai to overcome the health problems faced by the Kampar community, because it was considered the same as the problem that occurred in Malaysia.

"The discussion and review of stunting and anemia is very important for us to examine and pay attention to, so that we are expected to get a solution to this problem, as well as anemia. We can both learn from here for innovation and food quality, ”said Prof. Ruzita Abd Thalib in the presentation of the results of the visit on Monday (10/09) 2018.

This health visit was carried out at several health agencies such as Bangkinang Regional General Hospital (RSUD) and Kuok health center. Then continued with visits to several schools such as SDN 003 and Muhammadiyah High School in Bangkinang.

"The visit to health agencies and these schools was held to overcome health problems, especially anemia in adolescents. What are our efforts to bring about healthy living behavior in the schoolyard, especially regarding food in school canteens, ”said Widawati SP, MHSc, MSSs, lecturer of the S1 undergraduate study program at Universitas Pahlawan Tuanku Tambusai.

"I ask for ideas or ways of reminding about the problem of stunting and anemia in the community, so that I get an overview in the right way to deal with this problem" Connect Ns. Nurman M.Kep when the discussion session took place.

The subject of stunting, nutrition, and anemia, people's habits also attracted the attention of Ns. Nurman M.Kep. Dean of the Non Academic Faculty of Health (FIK), Universitas Pahlawan Tuanku Tambusai who attended the meeting.

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