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3rd WEST PACIFIC REGIONAL CONFERENCE ON PUBLIC HEALTH
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THE 1ST INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON HEALTH RESEARCH &  DEVELOPMENT
AND THE 3RD  WEST PACIFIC REGIONAL CONFERENCE ON PUBLIC HEALTH 2011
by
National Institute of Health Research and Development (NIHRD)
Ministry of Health, Republic of Indonesia
IN COLLABORATION WITH
The World Federation of Public Health Associations (WFPHA)
AND
The Indonesian Public Health Association (IAKMI)
17- 19 November 2011
Bali, Indonesia


Theme of the symposium:
“HEALTH RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
TO ADDRESS HEALTH INEQUITY”
Sub-themes:
1. Health system reform to address health inequity
2. Health resources to achieve universal coverage
3. Communicable and non-communicable diseases
4. Maternal and child health

Specific objectives:
• Share research, policy and efforts in public health research and development addressing health inequity
• Share how to translate research results into health policy addressing health inequity
• Share the experience of how to design evidence-based public health interventions to address health inequity
The National Institute of Health Research and Development of the Indonesian Ministry of Health, together with the Indonesian Public Health Association (IAKMI) and the World Federation of Public Health Associations (WFPHA), are pleased to announce the 1ST INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON HEALTH RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT and the 3RD WEST PACIFIC REGIONAL CONFERENCE ON PUBLIC HEALTH.

Representatives of the National Public Health Associations from countries such as Australia, China (together with Taiwan, Macau and Hongkong), Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Mongolia, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam will participate and have their 3rd regional meeting. In addition representatives from all countries of the ASEAN Pacific Region such as Bangladesh and India are welcome to join.

Researchers, policy-makers, academicians, parishioners, and other stakeholders such as representatives of multilateral organizations, donor agencies and private foundations as well as non-state actors from international and national NGOs, civil society, and the private sectors will gather in Bali, Indonesia, to share evidence and experience, identify knowledge gaps and set a future research agenda to overcome health inequity.
The World Health Report 2000 notes that health should be good (the best it can be) and fair (equitably distributed). When health status and health services are unfairly distributed, regardless of how good they are, we still face inequity. The lowest infant mortality is in Iceland, with 2.6 deaths per 1000 live births, one of the highest in Sierra Leone, with nearly 157 deaths per 1000 live births. Maternal mortality has a similar pattern. The chance of dying from pregnancy related causes for a woman in developing countries is up to 40 times higher than for a woman in developed countries.
Health inequity occurs not only across countries in the world but also within a country across states, provinces, or districts. Within the ASEAN region, for example, there is an inequity of the Human Development Index (HDI) across countries. Within ASEAN countries, the 2010 of Human Development Index (HDI), Indonesia ranked 108, a bit higher compared e.g. to Cambodia (124) and Vietnam (113), but still left behind compared to Malaysia (57), Philippines (97), Singapore (27) and Thailand (92).
Within the country, Indonesia demonstrates inequity of health status and health services as well. Basic Health Research done in 2010 revealed that there was a disparity of the nutritional status (prevalence of underweight, of stunting, and of wasting), across provinces and the urban-rural gradient, but also according to the educational level of the parents and the economic quintiles. The coverage of health services, like ante-natal care, health personnel attended deliveries, complete immunization and access to clean water and house sanitation varied in the same way.
Due to the existence of health inequity across countries and within a country across areas and characteristics of the people, it is of importance to design specific public health interventions to accelerate the achievement of health improvement. As fairness (equity) is an important element of health system strengthening it is not appropriate anymore to set generic public health interventions without taking consideration health inequity in terms of health status and coverage of health services. 
ADVISOR
Ministry of Health, Republic of Indonesia
State Ministry of Research and Technology
Indonesian Institute of Sciences (LIPI)
World Health Organization (WHO)
 
STEERING COMMITTEE
Dr. Trihono, M.Sc (NIHRD)
Dr. Kanchit Limpakarjanarat (WHO Indonesia)
Prof. Umar Fahmi Achmadi (Indonesian Association of Health Researchers)
Prof. Adang Bahtiar (Indonesian Association of Public Health)
Dr. Kozo Tatara  (JPHA)
Dr. Le Vu Anh (VPHA)
Dr. Wang Peng (West Pacific Regional Liaison Office)
Yi Heya (West Pacific Regional Liaison Office)


SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE
Prof. Ulrich Laaser (WFPHA, University of Bielefeld)
Prof. Charles Surjadi (Indonesian Public Health Association , University of Atmajaya)
Prof. Laksono (Indonesian Public Health Association University of Gajah Mada)
Prof. Ascobat Gani (Indonesian Public Health Association University of Indonesia)
Prof. Herman Sudiman (NIHRD)
Prof Hasbullah Thabrani (Indonesian Public Health Association University of Indonesia)
Prof. Supratman Sukowati (NIHRD)
Prof. Budi Utomo (Indonesian Public Health Association University of Indonesia)
Dr. Soewarta Kosen (NIHRD)
Dr. Ede Suryadarmawan (UHamka
Dr. Mardiati Najib (University of Indonesia)
Dr. Abas Basuni (NIHRD)
Dr. Emiliana Tjitra (NIHRD)
Dr. Suhardi (NIHRD)
Dr. Nasronudin (University of Airlangga)
Dr. Laurentia Konadi (NIHRD)
Dr. Endang Anhari (SEAMEO)
Dr. Venny Hadju (UNHAS)
Dr. Atmarita (NIHRD)
Dr. Susilowati Herman (NIHRD)
Dr. Cai Jiming (West Pacific Regional Liaison Office, CPMA, Beijing))
Others    from  foreign countries  asked partners from public health association to give name and email

ORGANIZING COMMITEE
Dr. Siswanto, MHP (Center of Applied Health Technology and Clinical Epidemiology)
Drs. Ondri Sampurno, M.Si (Center of Biomedic and Basic Health Technology)
Dede Anwar Mussadad, SKM, M.Kes (Center of Public Health Intervention Technology)
Drg.Agus Suprapto, M.Kes (Center of Humanity, Health Policy and Community Empowerment)
Endang Widyaningsih, SKM, M.Kes (Divison of Information, Publication and Dessemination)
Deddy           Indonesian Public Health Association
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CALL FOR PAPERS
The Scientific Committee invites a one page abstract submission (maximum 500 words). The paper submitted should be in line with the sub-themes i.e. (i) health system reform to address health inequity, (ii) health resources to achieve universal coverage, (iii) communicable and non-communicable diseases, (iv) maternal and child health. In a number of countries, health system reform has been conducted either big reform (health decentralization) or health financing reform (health insurance coverage). However, macro-level reform does not guarantee that universal coverage in terms of equity of health services can be achieved. Some countries have special efforts how to mobilize health human resources, medicines, and health facilities to achieve universal coverage of health services. Meanwhile, it has been acknowledged that every country is facing with double burden of diseases, communicable and non-communicable diseases. Another important issue related to MDGs is maternal and child health. Therefore, it is of importance to share country’s experience as well as research and development of the four themes to improve health services of the people.
All abstracts should be formatted to facilitate a double-blind review process. Authors’ names and details, including names of all co-authors plus affiliations and addresses for general correspondence (including email address) of each author, topic, and a brief bio (maximum 100 words) of the presenter should appear on a separate cover page that will  be removed prior to the double blind review process. No author should have more than three submissions, as either a single or a co-author. Preference will be given to those submissions that show evidence of a clear contribution to the present body of theoretical knowledge in services. All abstracts should be submitted to the conference office as a word.doc attachment to
hrd-intersymp@yahoo.com. Authors of accepted abstracts will have the option of publishing either an extended abstract (1000 words) or a complete paper (maximum 10 pages). Only full paper submissions will be considered for the best paper award, young service researcher awards, and for the a special issue of the Universitas Indonesia Health Series. Full paper submissions should adhere to the prescribed guidelines, which can be found on the following website: http://www.hrd-intersymp.or.id
Abstract Requirements
There are two types of sessions: oral presentations and posters. Selected abstracts may be either accepted for oral presentation or for presentation in poster form during a designated poster session. The timing of poster sessions will be confirmed when the program is finalized. Authors are required to be available for discussion of their work during the designated poster session. Further instructions for presentations accepted as posters will be given with notification of acceptance

Selection Criteria
Topic:
o The topic is consistent with one or more of the themes
o The topic has current and compelling relevance and presents new information, a new
application, or a fresh perspective on existing knowledge.
Textual Features of the Abstract:
o The abstract is well organized, concise, and clearly written.
o The subject matter has clear, worthy and measurable objectives in improving public health.
Research Design:
o The abstract illustrates the working knowledge of the author(s) in the fields of public health
education, research or practice.
o The author provides sufficient information about any supporting data, philosophy or
framework.
Results:
o The abstract, where appropriate to the subject matter, provides evidence of the results
arising from the study, analysis or programme that it describes.
Impact:
o The abstract illustrates the potential to improve or extend knowledge.
o The abstract indicates the potential contribution of the subject matter to science or society.
Abstract Review
Each abstract is reviewed by at least two reviewers. If there is a large discrepancy between the two
reviews, a third reviewer will be enlisted.
Abstracts are scored on a scale of one to five with a maximum possible score of five.
Decision on whether an abstract will be selected rests with the Scientific Committee and is based
on the average score and the recommendations of reviewers.

 

 

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