The Research Roadmap is part of the strategic plan of the Udayana University Heart and Blood Vessel Disease Study Program which is made on a multi-year (4 year) basis based on a road map, research umbrella, availability of human resources, and research facilities and infrastructure.
In order to ensure the quality of the research results process, the Research Quality Manual and the Research Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) have been established. The assessment is carried out in one research cycle or research quality assurance cycle. This cycle includes setting research standards, implementing standards, internal monev and quality improvement.
The research quality control process includes implementation aimed at research services so that the requirements are in accordance with stakeholders. The scope of application of the research quality control process includes the entire process of research activity stages managed by the TPPM of the Heart and Blood Vessel Specialist Study Program, FK Unud, which includes:
1. Submission of research proposals: making research proposals referring to or in accordance with research implementation guidelines published by LPPM Udayana University and research guidelines from DP2M Dikti.
2. Internal selection of research proposals (desk evaluation, internal and external reviewers): In the form of initial evaluation or desk evaluation, then evaluation of research proposals is carried out by at least 2 reviewers for each research proposal.
3. Monitoring and evaluation of research: the next stage is to monitor and evaluate the implementation of research so that the implementation of research is in accordance with plans and standards and to assess the performance achieved during research activities. Monitoring and evaluation is carried out by the internal reviewer team of the Heart and Blood Vessel Specialist Study Program, FK Unud.
4. Reporting research results: researchers are required to submit the final research report (hard copy and soft copy) and draft articles that are ready to be sent to scientific journals.
5. Follow-up on research results: facilitation to obtain Intellectual Property Rights (HaKI) as well as for dissemination (discussion groups, publications, seminars).