As the consequence of Competency-Based Curriculum (KBK) implementation, Indonesia Medical Internship Program (PIDI) has been conducted since 2010 as a continuation of the medical education. In practice, a number of pros and cons emerges from the various parties among students, education institutions, professional organizations , and the general public. Objective: This study aimed to analyze the policy of PIDI Methods: through a retrospective approach. Results: The results showed the stage of agenda-setting and policy formulation has been relatively well conducted but not optimal in the legitimacy and implementation phases. Conclusion: The role of policy actors have not been clearly delegated with the strong legal protection and details of functions. Therefore, it is recommended to do a comprehensive evaluation of the implementation of PIDI involving the key stakeholders.
- PIDI, Internship, Medical intern, Doctor, Policy