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PROGRAMME BOOK The 1st International Symposium on Health Research & Development 2011

Preface Background Theme Sub Theme Objectives Participants Pre Symposium Opening Ceremony Plenary Session Parallel Session Program at Glance Poster Presentation General Information Registration Working Area Layout of Sanur Paradise Guideline for Presenter Chairperson Note taker Symposium Committee

International Symposium on Health Research & Development to Address Health Inequity

PREFACE
On behalf of the Committee, we would like to invite you to attend The 1 International Symposium on Health rd Research & Development and the 3 Western Pacific Regional Conference World Federation Public Health Associations 2011 to be held on 16-18 November 2011 in Bali, Indonesia. In human life, health is considered as one measurement of a societys level of prosperity and the first of human right. The National Institute of Health and Research Development (NIHRD) in collaboration with Indonesian Public Health Association (IPHA), World Federation of Public Health Association (WFPHA) and World Health Organization (WHO) proudly presents International Symposium on Health Research and Development in order to increase the role of the scientific community in improving health. This activity is created to support science and technology, exchange information and experience in the public health, identify knowledge discrepancy and develop a future research agenda to address health equity.
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Chairperson,

Dr. dr. Trihono, MSc DG of NIHRD, MOH - Indonesia

PROGRAMME BOOK The 1st International Symposium on Health Research & Development 2011

BACKGROUND
The National Institute of Health Research and Development of the Indonesian Ministry of Health, together with the Indonesian Public Health Association (IAKMI), the World Federation of Public Health Associations (WFPHA) and World Health Organization (WHO), are pleased to announce the 1st INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON HEALTH RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT and the 3rd WESTERN PACIFIC REGIONAL SYMPOSIUM WORLD FEDERATION PUBLIC HEALTH ASSOCIATION. Representatives of the National Public Health Associations from various countries; 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 the countries of the ASEAN Pacific Region such as Bangladesh and India are welcome to attend. Researchers, policy-makers, academicians, and other representatives of multilateral organizations, donor agencies and private foundations as well as non-government institutions from international, civil society, and the private sectors will gather in Bali, Indonesia, to share evidence, experience, identify knowledge gaps and set a future research agenda to improve health equity. The World Health Report 2000 notes that health should be good (high value, high quality) and fair (equitable access for all services). When health services are unfairly distributed, regardless of how good they are, we still face inequity in terms of health status. 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 greater range between countries. 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 antenatal care, health personnel attended deliveries, complete immunization and access to clean water and house sanitation varies in the same way across Indonesia Due to the existence of health inequity across countries and within countries across areas and characteristics of the people, it is of importance to design area-specific public health interventions to accelerate the achievement of the MDGs. As fairness (equity) is an important element of health system strengthening it is inappropriate to set generic public health interventions without taking consideration local conditions, and the local capacity.

International Symposium on Health Research & Development to Address Health Inequity

PREFACE PREFACE
Health Research and Development to Address Health Inequity

SUB THEME
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Health System Reform to Address Health Inequity Health Resources to Achieve Universal Coverage Communicable and Non-Communicable Diseases Maternal and Child Health Environmental Health and Related Issues

OBJECTIVES
1. 2. 3. Exchange information, policy and efforts in public health research and development addressing health inequity Share on the implementation of research findings into health policy in addressing health inequity Share experience on desigining evidence based public health interventions and policies to address health inequity

PARTICIPANTS
The symposium will be attended by 1.000 participants consisting of researchers, health experts, academia (lecturers and/or students), policy makers, practitioners, professional organizations, international agencies, health industries, civil society organizations and NGOs will all take part in this symposium.

PRE SYMPOSIUM at Tabanan, Amlapura and Bangli NOVEMBER 16, 2011. 09.00-17.00
1. 2. 3. Training on Health Mapping by WHO Workshop on Urban HEARTH Workshop on Public Health in Emergency by WHO

OPENING CEREMONY at Griya Agung Ballroom NOVEMBER 17, 2011. 09.00-10.00


The opening ceremony will take place on the morning of the 17 November, 2011 at the Griya Agung Ballroom on the 1st floor, of the Sanur Paradise Plaza Hotel. The Opening Ceremony will include a traditional Balinese dance to seek a blessing on the meeting. Dr. Siswanto, MHP (National Institute of Health Research & Development - NIHRD), Dr. Cai Ji Ming (West Pacific Regional Liason Office), Dr. Adang Bachtiar, MPH, Sc.D (Indonesian Public Health Association) and Dr. Khanchit Limpakarnjanarat (WHO Indonesia Country Office) will give welcome speech on the Opening Ceremony.

PROGRAMME BOOK The 1st International Symposium on Health Research & Development 2011

Dr. dr. Trihono, MSc , (Director General of National Institute of Health Research & Development NIHRD) is expected to address the keynote speech and officially open the Symposium. The Opening Ceremony will include a traditional Balinese dance named the Panyembrama dr. Endang Rahayu Sedyaningsih, MPH, Dr.PH, the Minister of Health RI will give the welcoming address at the Gala Dinner, and all the evening will include Music by Live Jegong.

PLENARY SESSION 1 at Griya Agung Ballroom NOVEMBER 17, 2011. 10.30-15.30


1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Dr. dr. Trihono, MSc (DG of National Institute of Health Research & Development) Prof. Dr. med. Ulrich Laaser, DTM&H, MPH (World Federation of Public Health Associations) Dr. Nyoman Kumara Rai (WHO South East Asia Regional Office) Prof. Dr. Budi Utomo, MPH (Indonesian PHA) Dr. Cai Ji Ming (China PHA) Dr. Tsuyoshi Ogata (Japan PHA) Dr. Syed Aljunid (Malaysia PHA) Dr. Nguyen Thanh Huong (Vietnam PHA)

PLENARY SESSION 2 at Griya Agung Ballroom NOVEMBER 18, 2011. 13.30-16.15


1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Dr Amit Prasad (WHO Kobe Center) Prof. Dr. dr. Charles Surjadi, MPH (IPHA/Atmajaya University) Dr. Kwang Kee Kim (Korean PHA) Dr. Budi Hidayat, PhD (Indonesian PHA) Prof. Hung Yi Chiou (Taiwan PHA) Prof. Dr. Ali Gufron (Ministry of Health) Dr. Tsuyoshi Ogata (Japan PHA)

PARALLEL SESSION 1 NOVEMBER 17, 2011. 15.30-17.30


1. 2. 3. Health System Reform to Address Health Inequity and Communicable Diseases Control Communicable Diseases Indonesian Health Facility Survey for Anticipation of Universal Coverage

PARALLEL SESSION 2 NOVEMBER 18, 2011. 08.00-10.00


1. 2. 3. 4. Maternal and Child Health Environmental Health and Related Issues Non Communicable Diseases Control WPRCC Meeting

International Symposium on Health Research & Development to Address Health Inequity

PARALLEL SESSION 3 NOVEMBER 18, 2011. 10.30-12.30


1. 2. 3. Communicable Diseases Control Health Promotion Non Communicable Diseases Control

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CLOSING CEREMONY at Griya Agung Ballroom NOVEMBER 18, 2011. 16.50-17.15


The ceremony will close the Symposium and will be held after the last parallel, plenary and poster sessions. Chief of WPRO WFPHA (Dr. Cai Ji Ming) and DG of NIHRD (Dr. dr. Trihono, MSc) is expected to officially close the Symposium.

International Symposium on Health Research & Development to Address Health Inequity

PROGRAMME AT A GLANCE

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ACTIVITY

SPEAKER Organizing Committee Remarks by: 1. Dr. Cai Ji Ming ( Chief of WPRO WPHA) 2. Dr. Adang Bachtiar, MPH, Sc.D (IPHA) 3. Mudjiharto, SKM, MM (Ministry of Health)

MODERATOR/CO/PIC

LOCATION Lobby

November 16, 2011 08.00-09.00 Registration 09.00-17.00 Pre-Symposium: Workshop and Training 1. Training on Health Mapper 2. Workshop on Urban HEART 3. Workshop on Public Health in Emergency EXHIBITION on November 17 - 18, 2011 POSTER SESSION on November 17 - 18, 2011 November 17, 2011 08.00-09.00 Registration 08.40-09.00 Madihin Dance Opening Ceremony: Welcome Speech : 1. National Institute of Health Research & Development (NIHRD) 09.00-09.20 2. West Pacific Regional Liason Office 3. Indonesian Public Health Association (IPHA) 4. WHO Indonesia Country Office 09.20-09.40 Welcome Dance : Panyembrama 09.40-10.00 Keynote speech & officially opening 10.00-10.30 Coffee break Plenary Session 1 : 1. Health Equity (Global perspective) 2. Universal Coverage (Regional perspective) 10.30-12.30 3. Priorities and Realities: Addressing the Rich-Poor Gaps in Health Status and Service Access in Indonesia 4. Health Insurance in Indonesia Moving toward UC : The Research Support Lunch Health System Reform to address Health Inequity by Country

PIC: 1. dr. Petra Ade Paramita 2. Nanda Fauziyana 3. Nor Rofika Hidayah

1. Tabanan Room 2. Amlapura Room 3. Bangli Room

Organizing Committee

Lobby

Dr. Siswanto, MHP Dr. Cai Ji Ming Dr. Adang Bachtiar, MPH, Sc.D Dr. Khanchit Limpakarnjanarat Dr. dr. Trihono, MSc (DG of NIHRD) Moderator: dr. Sumarjati Arjoso, SKM Co-moderator: [international]

Prof. Dr. med. Ulrich Laaser, DTM&H, MPH (President of WFPHA) Dr. Nyoman Kumara Rai (WHO SEARO) Prof. Dr. Budi Utomo, MPH (Indonesian PHA) Dr. dr. Trihono, MSc

Griya Agung Ballroom

12.30-14.00 14.00-15.30

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Dr. Cai Ji Ming (China PHA) Dr. Tsuyoshi Ogata (Japan PHA) Dr. Syed Aljunid (Malaysia PHA) Dr. Nguyen Thanh Huong (Vietnam PHA)

Moderator: [international] Co-moderator: Dr. Ede Surya D, SKM, MDM

Parallel Sessions 1 :

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15.30-17.30

1. Health System Reform to Address Health Inequity and Communicable Diseases Control

15.30-17.30

2. Communicable Diseases

15.30-17.30

3. Indonesian Health Facility Survey for Anticipation of Universal Coverage

1. Family doctor, strategic and operational health services management model, a revolution on Primary Health Care, in Indonesia. Dr. dr. Jack Roebijoso, MSc (om) PKK Dept. Of Public Health, Faculty of Medicine, Brawijaya University, Malang, Indonesia 2. A model of Health Impact Assessment for the sub-district municipalities: a case study of the Songkhla Lake Basin. Phen Sukmag Pakphayoon Hospital, Phatthalung,Thailand 3. Effects on Syphilis prevention of mother-to-child transmission by a comprehensive intervention program in Shenzhen, China Xiaobing WU Shenzhen Center for Chronic Disease Control and Prevention, China 4. The Role of mapping diseases: Dengue and climate change Fotarisman Zaluchu R & D Institute, North Sumatra Province, Medan-Indonesia 5. Rapid detection of rifampin- and isoniazid-resistant Mycobacterium Tuberculosis using real-time PCR and melting curve analysis WANG Feng*, CUI Yun-yong, Hu Si-yu, GUI Jing, YANG Hui, LI Qing-ge, LIU Xiao-li Department of Pathogenic Laboratory, Shenzhen center for chronic disease control, China 6. Genital hygiene status and its determinants among female university students in Depok City West Java, Indonesia Ratna Sari Dewi, Krisna Yetti, and Besral Department of Biostatistic and Population Studies, Faculty of Public Health, University of Indonesia 1. Drug-related problems in pediatric in-patients at a hospital Ully Adhie Mulyani, Ida Diana Sari, Yuyun Yuniar 2. The relationship between parasite density and clinical manifestation in uncomplicated Plasmodium falciparum and P.vivax malaria subjects. Rossa Avrina*, Yenni Risniati ,Hadjar Siswantoro ,Armedy Ronny Hasugian, Delima, Emiliana Tjitra National Institute of Health and Research Development 3. Clinical and parasitological response of Dihydroartemisinin-Piperaquin on subject with Falciparum and Vivax Malaria on day 3 follow up Yenni Risniati National Institute of Health and Research Development 4. Efficacy and Safety of Dihydroartemisinin-piperaquin in Patients with Plasmodium vivax in Kalimantan dan Sulawesi Armedy R Hasugian; Yenni Risniati; Emiliana Tjitra; Hadjar Siswantoro; Rossa Avrina; Delima Center of Health Applied Technology and Clinical Epidemiological, NIHRD, Ministry of Health Indonesia 1. Dr. dr. Agus Suwandono, MPH 2. Prof. Dr. Wasis Budiarto, MS

Husein Habsyi, SKM, MHComm

Denpasar Room

Prof. Dr. Budi Utomo, MPH

Negara Room

Prof. Purnawan Junadi, Ph.D

Amlapura & Bangli Room

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Welcome Address

3. Prof. Drh. Wiku Bakti Bawono Adisasmito, M.Sc., Ph.D 4. Dr. Richard Croker 5. International Commentators dr. Endang Rahayu Sedyaningsih, MPH, Dr.PH (Minister of Health, Republic of Indonesia)

Griya Agung Ballroom

Gala Dinner & Music Live Jegong November 18, 2011 Parallel Sessions 2 : 08.00-10.00 1. Maternal and Child Health

08.00-10.00

2. Environmental Health and Related Issues

1. Chocofort: iron fortification on chocolate candies as an alternative to overcome anemia iron deficiency in children (organoleptic test in primary school children) Siti Helmiyati; Naila Amalia Health Nutrition, Faculty of Medicine, Gadjah Mada University 2. Levels and profiles of PCDD/Fs, PCBs in mothers milk in Shenzhen of China: Estimation of breast-fed infants intakes JianQing Zhang; Bo Deng; Lishi Zhang; YouSheng Jiang; Jian Zhou; Daokui Fang; Huiming Zhang; HaiYan Huang Department of POPs Lab, Shenzhen Center for Disease Control and Prevention,PR China 3. Status and impact factors of demanding, utilization and satisfaction of immunization service of migrant children in densely populated areas of Zhejiang, China Yu Hu Institute of Immunization and Prevention, Zhejiang Center for Disease Control and Prevention, China 4. Current situation of maternal and child health among indigenous peoples in the Philippines: case of Tagbanua mothers and children in Coron Island, Palawan Calvin de los Reyes, PhD; Yasuhide Nakamura, MD, PhD International Collaboration Division, Osaka University, Japan 1. Outdoor air pollution (So2, No2, Ozone) and childhood asthma in Jakarta: a GIS-based ecology study Eky Pramitha DP Department of Environmental Health, Faculty of Public Health, University of Indonesia 2. Mapping the quality of drinking water and clean water in Serang district year 2011 Heri Nugroho, ST, MKM Environmental Health Impact Analysis BBTKL PPM Jakarta, Ministry of Health RI 3. A city with more than 14 million immigrants-Shenzhen how to deal with the health problems of inhabitants Chengjinquan Shenzhen center diseases control and prevention, China 4. Using geospatial information to estimate health vulnerability due to sea level

dr. Agustin Kusumayati, Ph.D

Denpasar Room

D Anwar Musadad, SKM, MKes

Negara Room

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3. Non Communicable Diseases Control

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rise: case study in North Jakarta Rizka Windiastuti; Dewayany Sutrisno Geomatics Research Institute, National Coordinating Agency For Surveys and Mapping of Indonesia (BAKOSURTANAL), Indonesia Reviving health posts as an entry point for community development: a case study of the Gerbangmas movement in Lumajang district, Indonesia Dr. Siswanto, MHP National Institute of Health Research and Development Childrens experience of very low food security is associated with increased dietary intakes in energy, fat, and added sugar among Mexican-origin children (6-11 y) in Texas border colonias Joseph R. Sharkey, PhD, MPH, RD Texas Nutrition and Obesity Policy Research and Evaluation Network, School of Rural Public Health, Texas A&M Health Science Center, USA Dietary Nitrates, Nitrites and Nitrosamines and Neural Tube Defects, oral clefts and limb deficiencies J Huber, Jr; J Sharkey; J Brender; Q Zheng; A Vuong; M Shinde; L Suarez; P Langlois; M Canfield; P Romitti National Birth Defects Prevention Study Factors associated with the longevity of Japanese elderly people Fumie Aizawa; Go Sugiura; Mitsumasa Tazawa; Tamotsu Satoh; Masami Yonemitsu Division of Oral Health, Department of Developmental Oral Health Science, Iwate Medical University School of Dentistry, Japan Chromosome abberations in radiation workers Lymphocytes Yanti Lusiyanti; Zubaidah Alatas; Sofiati Purnami; Dwi Ramadhani; Masnelly Lubis; Viria Agesti S Center for Technology of Radiation Safety and Metrology, National Nuclear Energy Agency (BATAN), Indonesia Smoking, poverty and lost generation Dr. dra. Rita Damayanti, MSPH Faculty of Public Health, University of Indonesia Shifting paradigm in community empowerment : a case study public health centre in Jakarta. Ede Surya Darmawan Faculty of Public Health, University of Indonesia

Atmarita, MPH, DrPH

Amlapura & Bangli Room

09.00-12.00 4. WPRCC Meeting 10.00-10.30 Coffee Break Parallel Sessions 3 : 10.30-12.00 1. Communicable Diseases Control

Jasmine Room

1. Immunization of mice with Gamma Ray-attenuated parasites of Plasmodium berghei induces protective immunity Mukh Syaifudin; Darlina; Devita Tetriana; St Nurhayati; Tur Rahardjo; Puji Budi Setia Asih; Din Syafruddin; Rita Marleta Dewi Center for Technology of Radiation Safety and Metrology, BATAN, Indonesia 2. Controlling Aedes Aegypti mosquito population as DHF Vector with sterile

dr. Emiliana Tjitra, PhD

Denpasar Room

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2. Health Promotion

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3. Non Communicable Diseases Control

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insect technique in two villages of Banjarnegara, Central Java Siti Nurhayati; Tri Ramadhani; Budi Santoso Center for Technology of Radiation Safety and Metrology, BATAN, Indonesia The usage of symptomatic and other drugs given in addition to Dihydroartemisin-Piperaquin in patients with uncomplicated malaria in Sulawesi and Kalimantan Rooslamiati I; Siswantoro H; Hasugian A; Risniati Y; Avrina R; Delima; Tjitra E Center of Biomedical and Basic Technology, NIHRD, Indonesia Lipid Core Peptide as adjuvant and carrier system for subunit protein based vaccines Lina Rustanti: Mariusz Skwarczynski; Istvan Toth Center of Biomedical and Basic Technology, NIHRD, Indonesia Exploring population health literacy: the gold standard measures Dr. Ahmad Shahrul Nizam Isha Institute for Health Behaviour Research, Ministry of Health Malaysia, Malaysia Health-promoting behaviors in school-age children Phanarat Chenchop College of Nursing, Michigan State University, USA From disabling psyche of health professionals to social advocacy Philip Scullion Department of Nursing and Health Studies, Coventry University, UK Understanding the role of teachers on health education and promotion among primary school children in Narok district, Kenya Calvin de los Reyes, PhD; Nobuhide Sawamura, PhD International Collaboration Division, Osaka University, Japan Social capital and empowerment and empowerment of The Jati Village Community to reduce inequelities in health Rizanda Machmud, Nizwardhi Azkha, Masrul, Rima Semiarti, Denas Symond, Nelmi Sylvia Public Health Department, Faculty of Medicine, Andalas University The prevalence of anxiety and its relationship with general health related quality of life among prostate cancer Mohamad Rodiet al Isa; Moy Foong Ming; Azad Hassan Abdul Razack; Nur Zuraida Zainal Population Health & Preventive Medicine, Faculty of Medicine, Universiti Teknology MARA Association of practice on utilizing iodized salts during cooking process to iodine deficiency Disorders among School Children in IDD endemic Area of Dusun Sidowayah, Ponorogo, Indonesia Dini Ririn Andrias; Mahmudah Nutrition Department, Public Health Faculty, Airlangga University, Indonesia Citrus reticulatas peels modulate blood cholesterol profile and increased bone density of ovariectomized rats Rosa Adelina; Maria Dwi Supriyati; Dwi Ana Nawangsari; Riris Istighfari Jenie; Edy Meiyanto NIHRD, Ministry of Health, Republic of Indonesia

Dr. dra. Rita Damayanti, MSPH

Negara Room

Dr. Budi Haryanto, MKM, MSc

Amlapura & Bangli Room

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4. Intersectoral collaboration to prevent NCD at Padang Panjang, Indonesia Dwidjo Susilo Faculty of Medicine and Health, University of Muhammadiyah Jakarta 12.00-13.30 13.30-14.30 Lunch Plenary Session 2 1. Urban Health Challenges in Asia Pacific Region 2. Social Determinant of Health - Indonesian Experiences 1. Health System Reform toward UC in Korea 2. Health System Reform toward UC in Indonesia 3. Health System Reform toward UC in Taiwan 4. Health System Reform toward UC in Indonesia (Implementation of Social security Insurance (BPJS) Act) Experiences on Japan Disaster (Last Tsunami) Conclusion Closing Ceremony Sanur Harum / caf commodo Dr Amit Prasad (WHO Kobe Center) Prof. Dr. dr. Charles Surjadi, MPH (IPHA/Atmajaya University) Moderator: Dr. Siswanto, MHP Co-moderator: [international] Moderator: dr. Soewarta Kosen, DrPH Co-moderator: [international]

14.30-16.15

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Dr. Kwang Kee Kim (Korean PHA) Dr. Budi Hidayat, PhD (Indonesian PHA) Prof. Hung Yi Chiou (Taiwan PHA) Prof. Dr. Ali Gufron (Ministry of Health)

Griya Agung Ballroom

16.15-17.15

Dr. Tsuyoshi Ogata (Japan PHA) Prof. Dr. med. Ulrich Laaser, DTM&H, MPH Dr. Cai Ji Ming ( Chief of WPRO WPHA) Dr. dr. Trihono, MSc (DG of NIHRD)

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POSTER PRESENTATION
NOVEMBER 17-18, 2011, 08.00-17.00
PP1 PP2 Agus Wibowo, Suryati K, Widya Asmara, Lufthfan Budi Agustin Rara Ayu, Siti Rahayu Nadhiroh Anis Nurwidayati, Jastal, Triwibowo AG, Pamela, Risti Annis CaturAdi ,Clara Kusharto Ingrid S Surono,Sri Anna Marliyati, Lingga Anugrah Juliana, Lidwina Salim, Yunita Mirino, Mirna Widyanti,Samuel Sandy Arief Hargono, Windhu Purnomo, Suradi, Achsan, Yudi Efriyanto Ayami Kume Azrimaidaliza, Elsa Adira and Ice Yolanda Puri Bambang Yunianto,Bina Ikawati, Tri Ramadhani Besral Betty Roosihermiatie Budi Setyawati, Sri Prihatini, Wasilah Rochmah, Retno Pangastuti Calvin de los Reyes, PhD; Thiengi Myint, MBBS, MMed Sc. (P&TM) and Mizuka Kimura Catur Rosidati, MKM Deni Elnovriza dan Idral Purnakarya Deni Elnovriza, Rahmi Kurnia Gustin dan Fivi Melva Diana Diah Sri Wahyunita Dicky Andiarsa dan Annida Detection Polymorphism codon D727E from Suspect Hyperthyroidism Patients at Sukoharjo District Correlation between Breast Feeding History, Complementary Feeding, Infection Diseases and Nutrition Status in Toddlers under The Age of 2 in Kedung Cowek District, Surabaya Susceptibility of Schistosoma japonicum to praziquantel in Napu and Lindu, Central Sulawesi, Indonesia Functional biscuit, a supplementary food in accelerate improving body weight ofundernourished young children Urbanization of Taeniasis and Cysticercosis? A Serosurvey in Jayapura City, Papua Province Figures and validity of immunization programme (coverage survey in Jember district, 2010) The necessity of supporting Chinese students in Japan to improve their quality of life Consumption Pattern of Street Food among School Children in Padang town Analysis of Leptospirosis risk faktor in Gresik district, East Java Province, Republic of Indonesia Impact of conditional cash transfer on the nutritional status of the children in Sukabumi Municipality West Java, Indonesia Determinants on confirmed malaria in urban and rural areas, Indonesia year 2010 Association between body mass index and bone mass density in young adult women Developing the Mother and Child Health Record Book in Myanmar

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Didik Budijanto

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Dini Ririn Andrias, Mahmudah

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Djoko Kartono, Muhamad Samsudin, Sri Supadmi Dr. Romy Jose Thekkekara, Asma A. Rahim, Thomas Bina, Romy Jose Thekkekara, Bhaskar Rao, Jayakrishnan .T, Biju George Dwi Martiana Wati, S.Si., M.Si

Cancer information system based on medical record in center hospital cancer of Dharmais Weight body changes during the school holidays on students in SD pertiwi 2 Padang and factors influencing The incidence of gastritis and it's related to level of stress and eating habits on patient of health center of Gulai Bancah in Bukittinggi Health System Reform to Address Health Inequity: the health system as a social determinant of health Association between Helminth infection and Atopy to elementary school students in SDN Kampung Baru, sub-district of Kusan Hilir, district of Tanah Bumbu, South Kalimantan province Familys Economic Burden of Physically Disabled Individuals Caused by Stroke (Case Study in Klaten, Pamekasan and Tabanan District) Association of Practice on Utilizing Iodized Salts during Cooking Process to Iodine Deficiency Disorders among School Children in IDD endemic Area of Dusun Sidowayah, Ponorogo, Indonesia The Effect of Iodised Salt Intervention on Urinary Iodine and Thyroglobulin Level Among Women of Child Bearing Age Lay Reporting in Fever Surveillance Using Syndromic Approach: The Urban Challenge in a Developing Country

Strategy for landslide hazard reduction using vegetative selection

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Dwi Susilowati Eky Pramitha DP Endang P. Astuti, Mara Ipa, Firda Yanuar, Yuneu Yuliasih Ervi Salwati.

Hand washing activity among Primary School Children at East Lombok Geo-Environmental Risk Model Sebagai Aplikasi Sistem Informasi Geografis Dalam Pemberantasan Malaria Di Nusa Tenggara Timur Resistance detection of Aedes aegypti larvae to cypermethrin from endemic an area in West Java P.vivax Single Nucleotide Polymorphism (SNP) y976f detection from subjects monitoring drug Dihidroartemisinin-piperakuin in Kalimantan and Sulawesi Barriers to post-patent entry of generic medicines in Malaysia: Implications for drug affordability and accessibility Trend of obesity and underweight in older children and adolescent in Indonesia Efficacy and Safety of Dihidroartemisinin-Piperakuin in Patients with Plasmodium falciparum: in Kalimantan and Sulawesi

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Fatokun Omotayo, Ibrahim M.I.M, Hassali M.A Feri Ahmadi, MPH.; Dr. Felly Philipus Senewe, M.Kes. Hadjar Siswantoro, Armedy Ronny Hasugian, Emiliana Tjitra, Yenni Risniati, Rossa Avrina, Delima Handayani, dr, MKK, Adrianison, dr, SpP, Ririn Ariesty, S.Ked Hendriek Edison

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Hijas Nuhung, Nita Rahayu Idral Purnakarya, Denas Symond, Azrimaidaliza Iin Kurniaa, Esti Soetrisnob, Erwin DY, Irwan Ramlid, Zubaidah Alatasa Indraguna Pinatih Ira Indriaty P.B Sopi, Fariani Syahrul Irma Prasetyowati, Winda Cindy Wulandari, Yunus Ariyanto Irma S. Hapsari , Melyani Sasongko , Bernardus O Kadharusman Isniati, Yessy Oktafianti Jian Qing Zhang

Abnormality of peak expiratory flow rate value among newspaper-sellers at traffic-light points in Pekanbaru Identification of the Anti-Malaria Medicinal Plants Usage in Two Endemic Areas; Tabalong and Hulu sungai Selatan District (South Kalimantan Province) The Spatial modeling vulnerability zona of Soil Transmited Helmins desease with Georafic Informatika System in , Pagatan, South Kalimantan Overview disabilty in elderly in urban and suburban areas Study of agnor and MIB-1 in breast cancer treated by surgery

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The balinese traditional spices and health Diarrhea Prevalence and Analyze Factors Related to Diarrhea in Elementary School Students Factors Affecting the Drop Out of Patients With Lungs TB in Situbondo in 2009 Preventing the Congenital Hypothyroid by Detection of Hypothyroid in Pregnant Women in Endemic Goiter Area Using Nuclear Medicine Technique The analysis of implementation management of the public health care insurance program in Padang Panjang 2010 The Status, Problem and Countermeasure of Adverse Events Following Immunization in Shenzhen Shenzhen Center for Disease Control and Prevention ZHANG Shi-Ying Factor Affecting the Hypertension Disparity Among District Level Differences Consumption and Parenting in Health Pattern between Children with Normal and Stunted Nutritional Status1-3 Differences in food pattern and physical activity between obese and non obese teenagers in SMAK Santa Agnes Surabaya Situational Analysis of Reproductive and Child Health (RCH) Status in Rural West Bengal (WB), India after National Rural Health Mission implementation Contextualizing *REACH Program Intervention into Local Context in Jayawijaya, Papua Using Behavior Change Formative Review Approach The Amounts Of Family Expense For Cigarettes Andnutritionstatus Of Under Five Children In The Poor Family Dyslipidemia, Hyperuricemia and High Creatinine among Diabetes Mellitus and Impaired Glucosa Tolerance in Urban Adults in Indonesia Roadmap of new-emerging and re-emerging laboratory at health research unit under National Institute of Health Research and Development, Ministry of Health 16

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Liu Jun Liu Xue Ning Lukman Waris, Liestiana Indriyati LUO xi, YANG Lian-di Lutfah Rifati M. Atoillah Isfandiari, Sutrisno Made Asri Budisuari, Henny Hidaya Meri Ramadani, Edison, Shally Novrina Merryani Girsang, Lia Gardenia Partakusuma, Dwi Angraini Miyoko Kume Miyuki Kuroiwa, Kyoichi Goto, Miyoko Kume, Tetsuro Murata Mohammad Zahirul Hoque, Fumitaka Furuoka, Beatrice Lim, Khaled Shamsul Islam Ni Putu Widarini, I Ketut Tangking Widarsa, Luh Putu Suariyani, Ketut Sutiari, Rina Listyowati Nimal Baroya Niniek Lely Pratiwi, Hari Basuki Nita Rahayu, Lukman Waris, Hijas Nuhung Noor Edi Widya Sukoco, Siti Sundari Nuning Rahmawati,Ratna Asmah Susidarti Nur Handayani Utami, Umi Fahmida, Otte Santika Okky B. Kadharusman, Mukh Syaifudin, Ary Fachrial Syam and Murdani Abdullah Prof. dr. A. A. Gde Muninjaya, MPH Pudji Lestari, Edhyana Sahiratmadja, Anang Endaryanto, Suharto R. Wasis Sumartono DDS Ratna Setyaningrum, Rudi Fakhriadi, Fahrini Yulidasari Rhiza Caesari, Khaula Karima, Pratiwi Ayuningtyas Rosaria Indah, Nurjannah, Dahlia, Dewi Hermawati Rossa Avrina, Yenni Risniati, Hadjar Siswantoro, Armedy

Comparison of the intervention effects on brick tea type fluoriosis between two kinds of health education methods On the challenges and countermeasures of the development of public health in ShenZhe The epidemiology of Filariasis in borders, islands and remote areas (Sembakung subdistric Nunukan district) China's international HIV cooperation programeffect and analysis of problems Blindness the Menace, Are We Ready to Fight? Factors affecting the performance of primary health center tuberculosis officers in Jember Regency East Java The implementation policy observation the preventing of HIV/AIDS transmission of mother into children (case study in the Surabaya) Related Factors With Smoking Behavior On Junior High School At Padang City West Sumatera Indonesia In 2011 Improvement of the tuberculosis patient after six months treatment using DOTS strategy Justifiability of weight control among pregnant women-Compare Japan with ChinaDevelopment of the newborn babys physique index and influence of newborn babys physique on childbirth Childhood immunization coverage and human resource for health density in asean countries Biological and Demographic Factors of Infant Death at Muntigunung Village, Karangasem Regency, Bali Contextual influence on unmet need family planning among the poor in Indonesia Characteristics of adolescent risk in relation transmission of HIV / AIDS and sex behavior is not safe in Indonesia The Rish factors developenth intestinal infection for children elementary school in Balangan city at South Kalimantan yeard 2010 Development of Model Health Service Remote Indigenous Communities (RIC) in Improving Health Status in the District of Mentawai Islands, West Sumatera Province PETROLEUM ETHER, ETHYL ACETATE AND METHANOL EXTRACTS OF Pseudocalymma alliceum (Lam.) Sandwith LEAVESAND THEIR ANTIVIRAL ACTIVITIES AGAINST NEWCASTLE DISEASE VIRUS Modified local nutrient-dense complementary food recipes could improve the nutrient adequacy among 9-11 month old infants Utilizations of Urea Breath Test (UBT) C14 and Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) for detection of Helicobacter pylori infection in Dyspeptic patients Health seeking behavior among pregnant mothers and child health development in the village of Pengotan Bangli Iron status and genetic background NRAMP1 Polimorfism on children living with Tuberculosis patients Estimation of total number of the poor Indonesian males aged 45 + who suffered smoking related main non communicable diseases year 2007 Risk factors of dengue hemorrhagic fever in the working area of Guntung Payung health center, Banjarbaru city (Review of Human Factors, Environment, and the presence of larvae) Sweet Potato as Source of Carbohydrate for Complementary Food to Provide Infants Nutrition Adequancy Dengue Hemorrhagic Fever: The Challenge Of Preventing Future Outbreaks In Banda Aceh And North Aceh District The relationship between parasite density and clinical manifestation in uncomplicated Plasmodium falciparum and P.vivax malaria subjects

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Polymorphism of MSP1, MSP2 and GLURP of falciparum malaria patients in Kalimantan and Sulawesi Delivering effective HIV/AIDS services to Injecting Drug User's in Malang: Negotiating service inequities Pseudoparticipation of the Pregnant Women in Posyandu

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Triska Susila Nindya, Erike Relly Dyah Triska Susila Nindya, Trias Mahmudiono Ully Adhie Mulyani, Ida Diana Sari, Yuyun Yuniar Ully Adhie Mulyani, Taralan Tambunan, Rina Mutiara Vitria Syafnil, S.Si, M.Biomed Vivi Lisdawati, Nelly Puspandari, Lutfah Rifati, Ririn Ramadhany, Triyani S, Lies R, Melatiwati, Syamsidar, T. Mirawati Sudiro, Pratiwi Sudarmono, Ida Parwati Vivi Lisdawati, Triyani Sukarso, Myrna Adianti, Ririn Ramadhany, Tomohiro Oshibe, Hidetaka Tsuji, Holy Arief, Tjahjani Mirawati Sudiro, Pratiwi Sudarmono, Hak Hotta Vivi Triana Welly Ratwita Welly Ratwita Wienta Diarsvitria, Prawesty Diah Utami, Risma Simatupang Wienta Diarsvitriab, Prawesty Diah Utami, Risma Simatupang

Quality of Life among the Indonesian: The relative contributions of mental emotional status VIS-A-VIS chronic disease Ethicolegal Study on Basic Health Service Facility Regulation Based on Profesionalism Determinants of fertility among married women in south Sulawesi, Indonesia Mapping and Analysis of Leptospirosis Risk Factor Based on Remote Sensing and Geographical Information System (GIS) (Case study in Semarang City, Central Java Province) Picture of urinary iodine excretion and tiroid stimulating hormone among women of child-bearing age in iodine deficient area with iodine correction Fiber, PUFA and Calcium Intake is Associated With The Degree of Primary Dysmenorrhea In Adolescent Girl - Surabaya, Indonesia, 2011 The Relationship Between Hand Washing with Soap Before Meal and Infection of Ascaris lumbricoides and Trichuris trichiura at Four Elementary Schools in Kusan Hilir Sub-district Tanah Bumbu District South Kalimantan (2009) Pengaruh dukungan sosial dan pengetahuan tentang penyakit TB terhadap motivasi untuk sembuh penderita tuberkulosis paru yang berobat di puskesmas Stunting, not haemoglobin level is more related to school achievement in elementary school student in coastal area An overview of double burden malnutrition among mother and their child in sub-urban area of East Java In depth interview of clinical pharmacy activity in several hopitals in Indonesia Drug-related problems in pediatric in-patients at a hospital Difference Filariasis risk factor in Andalas public health centre area and Padang Pasir public health centre area Padang city 2011 First insight and preliminary mapping of Mycobacterium tuberculosis complex in Indonesia

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Clinical and parasitological response of Dihydroartemisinin-piperaquin on subject with Falciparum and Vivax malaria on day 3 follow up

The Death Situation and Disability-adjusted Life Year in Urban and Rural Person in Yunnan Ten Counties Development of conduct of delivery skills acquisition level evaluation index for midwifery students Prevention of Pulmonary Tuberculocis Diseases with Social, cultural Aproach in 50 Kota District, West Sumatera Province

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GENERAL INFORMATION
Secretariat
National Institute of Health Research and Development (NIHRD) Jl. Percetakan Negara 29, Jakarta 10560 Indonesia. PO. BOX 1226 Jakarta 10012, Indonesia Phone: +62 21 4244228, +62 213145583 Email : intersym@nihrd.or.id, intersym@litbang.depkes.go.id

Venue
Sanur Paradise Plaza Hotel Jalan Hang Tuah No. 46 (Off the Ngurah Rai Bypass), Sanur 80228 Bali, Indonesia Phone +62 361-281781, Fax +62 361-289166 http://www.sanurparadise.com, info@sanurparadise.com Transportation To reach Sanur Paradise Plaza Hotel, you may take a taxi from the Ngurah Rai International Airport for about Rp 95.000 (equal to US $ 11) on a single trips basis.

Date
November 16 , 2011 for Pre-Symposium (Workshop or Training) th th st November 17 18 , 2011 for the 1 International Symposium on Health Research & Development and The 3rd Western Pacific Regional Symposium World Federation Public Health Associations 2011
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Time Zone
There are three time zones in Indonesia. Bali is on Middle Indonesian Standard Time (Waktu Indonesia Tengah or WITA) which is 7 hours ahead of GMT. Indonesia uses the 24-hour system to denote time and schedule.

Currency
The Indonesian unit of currency is the Rupiah (Rp). Bank notes come in denominations of Rp 100.000, Rp 50.000, Rp 20.000, Rp 10.000, Rp 5.000, Rp 2.000 and Rp 1.000. There are coins worth Rp 1.000, Rp 500, Rp 100, Rp 50 and Rp 25 (although the last two have very little value). Please note that the usual practice of writing the currency is similar to the European custom by using dots for thousands and commas as decimal points. However, since the sen (cent) is no longer of value, a dash will follow the decimal point. For example, an item priced ten thousand rupiahs will be written Rp 10.000,Please also note that in colloquial language most Indonesians omit the thousand when mentioning prices. Thus an item of Rp. 45.000,- will often just be mentioned as forty-five.

Exchange Rate
The exchange rate (as of July 2011) is approximately as follows: US$ 1 = Rp 8,540,- Foreign currency, whether in banknotes or travelers checks, should be exchanged at major banks or authorized money changers. Exchange rates offered by money changers are generally better than the banks; they also stay open longer and transactions are quicker. Look around for variable exchange rates advertised on boards along the footpaths or windows outside shops. Always ask about any commission imposed before the exchange as many money chargers with better rates often charge a small commission.

Automated Teller Machines (ATMs)


There are ATMSs all over Bali which mostly accept international ATM cards and major credit cards. Most ATMs will give you banknotes in denominations of Rp 100.000,- or Rp 50.000,-

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Depending on the bank, an ATM will allow a maximum withdrawal of Rp 5.000.000,- to Rp 10.000.000,- per day.

Credit Cards
Visa, MasterCard and American Express are accepted by most of the larger businesses. You sign the amount in rupiah and the bill is converted into your domestic currency by your bank according to US dollar exchange rate.

Cash
It is advisable to keep lots of small change for paying public transport, food, and other smaller businesses. Many smaller businesses may even ask you to pay using small change.

Tipping
Extra tip for the workers would be highly appreciated. A rough guide for tipping would be to add a Rp 5.000,or Rp 10.000,- in restaurants and bars. For taxi rides, round up the fare to the next Rp 5.000,- or Rp 10.000,-.

Telephone and Faxes


The country code for Indonesia is 62. The area code for Bali (Denpasar, Gianyar, Kuta, Tabanan, Tampak siring, Ubud, Nusa Dua, Sanur) is 361 when calling from overseas, or 0361 when making domestic calls from within Indonesia. Long distance phone calls, both within Indonesia and international, are handled by satellite. To dial your own international calls, find an IDD (International Direct Dial) phone and dial 007 or 008 otherwise you must go via the operator, which is far more expensive. If your hotel has no IDD link you may go to the nearest wartel (warung telepon or telecommunications kiosks) which is a very convenient and cheaper way to make international calls. Faxes can be sent and received at warnet offices and most main post offices. Most Indonesian carried mobile phone and usually will bring more than one mobile phone. Most common is the Blackberry handheld and Indonesia is one of the largest countries in the world who use Blackberry. There are several telecommunication providers in Indonesia: Telkomsel, XL, Indosat, 3 and Axis. You can bring your mobile phone and switch the SIM Card. The pre-paid SIM card costs around Rp 10.000,- (for up to 10 minutes conversation to the local mobile phone) up to Rp 30.000,- (for up to 30 minutes conversation to the local mobile phone).

Internet
Email and internet services are available at an increasingly number of cyber cafes (locally known as warnet) in Bali. There will be internet facilities at the Symposium venue.

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REGISTRATION
On-site registration will begin at the venue, which will be located at Sanur Paradise Plaza Hotel. It is hoped, however, that most registrations will be done beforehand using the Symposium website at www.nihrd.or.id or sending email to intersym@nihrd.or.id to guarantee your seat. Re-registration and on-site registration opening hours: Pre Symposium Date : 16 November 2011 Time : 08.00 - 09.00 Venue : Registration area, Sanur Paradise Plaza Hotel Lobby (1st floor) Symposium Date : 17 November 2011 Time : 08.00 09.00 Venue : Registration area, Sanur Paradise Plaza Hotel Lobby (1st floor) Counters at Registration Area At the registration area you will find: 1. 2. Registration counter Information counter

Entitlement of Symposium Participants Registered presenters and participants are entitled to: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Symposium kit Symposium name tag Admission to all symposium sessions Symposium lunch Certificate

Registered exhibitors are entitled to: 1. Symposium name tag 2. Symposium lunch

SYMPOSIUM NAME TAG


All participants are requested to wear their Name Tag at all times during the Symposium. Symposium Name Tag will be given to all participants at the time of registration.

SYMPOSIUM KIT
The following items are handed out to participants at the registration desk: 1. Symposium Name Tag 2. Certificate of attendance 3. Lunch coupons 4. Symposium bag, containing: a. Program book b. Block note and pen

CANCELLATION POLICY
No refund will be given for any cancellation.

SYMPOSIUM LUNCH
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Lunch venue is located at Sanur Harum restaurant and caf commodo. In addition, participants could purchase light meals, snacks and beverages at catering areas at the Sanur Paradise Plaza Hotel.

SHUTTLE BUS SERVICE


Shuttle bus service is available daily for full and partial 1 scholarship participants from Inna Grand Bali Bearch Hotel to venue at 7.30 am, and from venue to Hotel after the end of Symposium sessions.

WORKING AREA
1. File Submission and Computer Room Bedugul Room The Room is used for submitting presentation material (on CD or flash disk) to the Symposium comittee and facilitating the speakers to test and install material. VIP and Press Symposium Room Legian Room The room is used for the Press Conference from the Minister of Health Republic of Indonesia. First Aid and Medical Centre First aid office will be located at the 1st floor. The room is used to facilitate the first aid for medical issues occur during the event.

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LAYOUT OF SANUR PARADISE PLAZA HOTEL

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LIABILITY
The Organizer Committee will not be held responsible for accidents, losses or damages to the participants belongings and for any delays or modifications in the program.

FORCE MAJEURE
The Organizing Committee shall not be liable for delay or failure to organize the Symposium and Exhibition if such delay or failure is due to fire, earthquake, flood, adverse weather, strike, labor dispute, war, government order, riot, revolution, or any other cause beyond the reasonable control of the Organizing Committee.

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GUIDELINES FOR PRESENTER


Each session room is equipped with a computer, a screen, a podium with a fixed microphone and an LCD projector. Please note that only one computer can be connected to the projection system at any one time. No individual computers other than those provided at the Symposium facility can be hooked up to the projector. The Symposium Secretariat will not be responsible for the operation or safe keeping of any computer-related equipment belonging to delegates.

GUIDELINE FOR CHAIRPERSON (PLENARY AND PARALLEL)


1. Chairpersons are appointed to moderate and conduct each presentation in an orderly and systematic manner as per schedule. Chairpersons should collect copies of the list of the session speakers prior to the start of each session. The Chairperson must be present in the session 10minutes prior to the start to meet the speakers and to ensure the sessions runs smoothly as scheduled. The Chairperson must verify, prior to the session, whether all the speakers are present. The Chairperson should introduce the speakers and invite them to make their presentations. The Chair person must ensure that speakers keep their allocated time for presentation which is 10 minutes. The Chairperson should use his/her discretion to determine whether the discussion will be held after each presentation or after all presentations have been made. At the conclusion of the session, the Chairperson should summarize the session focusing on the highlights of the presentations and the key recommendations. There will be a Time Keeper in every room with a Timecard. The Timecard will be flashed 7 minutes after each speaker starts the presentation by the Symposium Facilitator.

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GUIDELINE FOR PLENARY SPEAKERS


1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Speakers are advised to submit presentation (on CD or flash disk) at least a day prior the actual presentation to the Symposium Committee. Kindly report to the File Submission and Computer room after your registration and check your presentation timing and location with the staff on duty. The staff on duty will assist you in testing and installing your presentation materials. Please note that only Power point by Microsoft Office (ppt File) will be available. Please be present at your session room 10 minutes prior to the start to meet the Chairperson and other speakers of your session to ensure the session runs smoothly as scheduled. The time allocated for each plenary presentation is 20 minutes and for each oral presentation is 10 minutes. This will be followed by a short question and answer instructions. Speakers must adhere to the Chairperson instruction. In particular those regarding the timing of your presentation.

GUIDELINE FOR PARALLEL PRESENTERS


ORAL PRESENTATION 1. 2. 3. Please report to the File Submission and Computer room after you complete the Symposium registration. Please check the timing and location of your presentation at the File Submission and Computer room. Audio-visual testing facilities are available for your testing and viewing. The Symposium staff on duty will assist you in testing and installing your presentation materials. Please note that only PowerPoint by Microsoft Office (ppt file) will be available to the Symposium Secretariat. Kindly carry with you 2 or 3 copies of your presentation on different supports: i.e. CD, Flash disk and please store in your mail box, the final version of your presentation as back-up. Speakers are advised to submit their presentations at least a day before their presentation. You are requested to be in your session room 2 hours prior to the start of the session to meet the Chairperson, Note taker and other speakers of the session. The Chairperson will brief the Speakers regarding the organization of the session.
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Speakers must adhere to the Chairpersons instructions regarding the timing of their presentations.

POSTER PRESENTATION The scientific committee is delighted you have accepted to present at our Symposium and we would like to extend our thanks for all your time and efforts dedicated to your participation. This guide contains all the information you need to prepare for the poster display so please read all the information carefully. Kindly ensure that no damage is done to the poster panel board. Any damage to the panel board will be liable for compensation by the presenter. Poster Dimensions Poster board will be provided to display your materials. The board size is 175 cm high and 90 cm wide and the poster size is 150 cm high and 75 wide (could be divided into 2 posters). Materials, including title, may not extend beyond the poster size. Poster Design Make your own poster presentation easy to read with some visual display. Produce material that is legible from a distance of at least 3 meters. Remember the audience may have a short time frame to pay attention to your presentation. Use color for highlighting and to make your poster more attractive. Use pictures, diagrams, cartoons, figures, etc, rather than only text wherever possible. It does not generally refer to receiving support from a grant funder, unless the funder is actively engaged in the design or implementation of the project as well. Dont forget to put your official card in you poster. Language All poster presentation should be delivered in English. Attendance We highly recommend that you stand near your poster so that viewers may ask you questions at 9:00 to 18:00. We also recommend that you do so to maximize your opportunities to present your project or activity and to be available to meeting participants to discuss your poster. Poster Scheduling and Display 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. All posters should be based on the submitted abstract as accepted by the Scientific Committee. Posters will be displayed in poster area in the 1st floor (please check the site map). The Poster Board Number will be posted by the Organizing Committee Posters should be displayed as per the date and number in the program and be set up by 08:00 am. It is the presenters responsibility to put up and take down their poster. All posters should be displayed on the pre-assigned panel between 09:00 and 18:00 (09:00-17:00 only for 22 October 2011).We also recommend that you leave your poster up throughout the day, for those who wish to visit the poster area during other session an break times. Posters not taken down by the author by 20:00 pm will be discarded.

Mounting and Supplier The Organizing Committee will prepare Velcro, double-sticky tapes or general tapes as well as other supplies for mounting, such as scissors. Do not use foam core or any thick or multi-layered materials or pushpins directly on the poster boards. Please make sure that the material used for the poster presentation should be enough to permit affixing. Please note that the poster must provide the totality of your presentation; neither a table nor any other equipment will be provided. Presentation Number The full list of posters and poster numbers is available at the official website from the early of October. Note: Please confirm your presentation title, presenting authors name on the list and be informed that all information on it would be published in the Symposium program and abstract book.

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GUIDELINE FOR NOTETAKER


1. The Note taker should collect a copy of the list of session speakers, Note takers Report Sheets and the Guidelines for the Note taker from the Symposium Secretariat, immediately after s/he registers for the Symposium but certainly before the session To ensure the smooth running of the session, the Note taker should be present in the session room 10 minutes prior to the start of the session to meet the Chairperson and the speakers of the session The Note taker must complete in English one Note takers Report Sheet for each theme One Note takers Report Sheet is to be completed for the entire session, if the session has only one theme The Note taker should consult with the Chairperson of the session concerning the number of theme(s) in the session. In the absence of the Chairperson, the Note taker should confer with the participants regarding the theme(s) of the session Note takers Report Sheets will also be available with the Symposium Facilitator in the session room The Note taker must hand over the completed Note takers Report Sheets(s) to the Symposium Facilitator in the room, at the end of the session In the event that the Chairperson is delayed/absent, the Note taker should wait for 5 minutes. S/he should then request someone from the audience to volunteer as a Chairperson for the session.

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Symposium Committee
AdvIsory board dr. Endang Rahayu Sedyaningsih, MPH, Dr.PH (Minister of Health Republic Indonesia) Dr. Kanchit Limpakarjanarat (World Health Organization Indonesia) Steering Committees Dr. dr. Trihono, M.Sc Dr. Adang Bachtiar, MPH, Sc.D Prof. Dr. med. Ulrich Laaser, DTM&H, MPH Dr. Cai Ji Ming Dr. Kozo Tatara Dr. Le Vu Anh Dr. Mohammad Shahjahan Dr. Alex Papilaya, DTPH Prof. Dr. Umar Fahmi Achmadi, MPH, Ph.D dr. Kemal N Siregar, SKM, MA, Ph.D dr. Sumarjati Arjoso, SKM Scientific Committee Prof. Dr. Charles Surjadi, dr, MPH dr. Soewarta Kosen, DrPH Prof. Dr. med. Ulrich Laaser, DTM&H, MPH Dr. Wang Peng Dr. Yi Heya Dr. Toshitaka Nakahara Dr. Seung-Wook LEE Dr. Le Vu Anh Dr. Kay Keating Dr. Michael Moore Dr. Cai Jiming Prof. Laksono Trisnantoro, dr., MA, Ph.D Prof. Ascobat Gani, MD, MPH, Dr. PH Prof. Dr. Herman Sudiman, SKM Prof. Dr. dr. Hasbullah Thabrani Prof. Dr. Wasis Budiarto, MS Prof. Supratman Sukowati, MS, PhD Prof. Dr. Budi Utomo, MPH Atmarita, MPH, DrPH Dr. Ede Surya D, SKM, MDM Dr. drg. Mardiati Najib, MS dr. Emiliana Tjitra, PhD dr. Suhardi, MPH Dr. Nasronudin Dr. Laurentia Konadi dr. Endang L. Achadi, MPH, Dr.PH Prof. Dr. Venny Hadju, Ph.D Dr. Susilowati Herman Dr. Dra. Dewi Susana, MKes Prof. Dr. Rizanda Machmoed, dr., MKes Drg. Nurhayati Adnan, MPH, MSc, DSc dr. M. Furqaan Naiem, MSc Hamzah Hasyim, SKM, MKM Dr. Dra. Irnawati Marsaulina, MS Dr. dr. Elisabeth Ivan Poerba, MKes Organizing Committee Chair: Dr. Siswanto, MHP Co-chair: Husein Habsyi, SKM, MHComm D Anwar Musadad, SKM, MKes Ria Sukarno, SKM, MCN Endang S Widyaningsih, SKM, MKes dr. Trisa Wahyuni Putri, MKes Dedi Supratman, SKM Finance N Ahmad Maruf, SKM, MSi Dra. Emma Rachmawati, MKes Sri Rahayu, SSos Ida Fitri Sugiyarti Emi Suparwati Tri Ramadhany Eni Susilowati Maulia Ristiyanti Nurbayanti Pre Symposium Prof. Dr. Charles Surjadi, dr. MPH Mudjiharto, SKM, MM dr. Priskila R. Noviane Chasny dr. Petra Ade Paramita Nor Rofika Hidayah Nanda Fauziyana

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Scientific Program Dr. Budi Haryanto, SKM, MKM, MSc

Nunik Kusumawardani, PhD


Dr. dr. Harimat Hendarwan, MKes Drs. Ondri Dwi Sampurno, Apt, MS Ni Ketut Sutiari, S.KM, M.Si Dr. dr. Widyastuti Wibisana, MSc (PH) Dr. Soegianto Ali Dr. Dra. Dewi Susana, MKes Dr. Angela Dewi Nungki Prihartono Dr. Dewi Permaesih Ridhwan Fauzi Exhibition Lenny Wulandari, SKM Dr. Dra. Rita Damayanti, MSPH Fachrudin Ali Ahmad, S.Sos Dra. Erwin Mustikowati Suci Wiji Lestari Ahdiyat Firmana, SSn Nila Nurmala Sari Documentation and Publication Dra. Siwi Wresniati, M.Si Dwidjo Susilo, SE, MBA, MPH Asrina Noviyanti, S.I.Kom Adid Muqtadiroh, SKM

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