We really have to be convinced together that we really love our homeland, namely the Republic of Indonesia. With more than half a century of age, Indonesia has become one of the largest democracies in the world with tremendous potential. However, everything about Indonesia's greatness will disappear when a latent danger develops, even now it is clearly visible, namely corruption. Therefore, we must also save this beloved country and one of the ways is through anti-corruption education which is integrated in the Tri Dharma of Higher Education.
Therefore, with deep joy and gratitude to the presence of God Almighty, I welcome the publication of the Anti-Corruption Education and Culture Textbook (PBAK) in the Health Polytechnic under the auspices of the Indonesian Ministry of Health. The publication of this book also marks the inclusion of an Anti-Corruption Education and Culture curriculum in all Health Polytechnics which is fostered by the Health Workers Education and Training Center (PUSDIKLATNAKES) BPPSDMK Ministry of Health RI.
Corruption has become our common enemy, so prevention and eradication efforts within the Indonesian Ministry of Health are being promoted. Therefore, inculcating an anti-corruption culture and understanding about corruption itself is indeed appropriate for health workers who will later be at the forefront of health services throughout Indonesia.