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REGISTRATION FORM

Name :

Address :

Phone :

Email :

Institution :

Institution address :

Phone/fax :

Topics

Please choose one of the topics below :

  • Nursing / Midwifery: education and practice
  • Nursing administration and management
  • Community / Home / Public Health
  • Health policy
  • Health Promotion
  • Pharmacology
  • Medicine
  • Veterinary
  • BMG
  • Engineering
  • Health Economic
  • Agriculture
  • Nursing workforce
  • Health and environment
  • Disaster preparedness and management
  • Nursing informatics / technology
  • Multicultural nursing
  • Palliative and end of life care
  • Complementary / alternative health practice
  • Evidence-based nursing

Send this registration form via email at ainec_globalhealth@yahoo.co.id with the copy of receipt of the bank remittance.

For more information please contact:

Erni, Secretary of AIPNI Phone :+62 21 7888 6580

Mobile:+62 812 804 95372

Heppy, Secretary of INC Phone :+62 274 9221 693

Mobile:+62 81 234 25608

Email : ainec_globalhealth@yahoo.co.id

Information

Call for Abstracts

The conference committee welcomes research abstracts for both oral and poster presentations on the topics listed below. Deadline for submission of abstracts is July 31, 2009. Notification of acceptance will be sent to you via email by August 31, 2009. If you would like to have your paper published in the proceeding CD, full paper must be submit no later than September 30, 2009. Guidelines for abstracts is available at www.ainec-globalhealth.com. Please note that the length of oral presentation is 20 minutes. Please indicate on the Abstract Submission Form one topic in which you recommend that your presentation be scheduled.

Topics

Please indicate on the Abstract Submission Form one topic in which you recommend that your presentation be scheduled.

Nursing / Midwifery: education and practice

Nursing administration and management

Community / Home / Public Health

Health policy

Health Promotion

Pharmacology

Medicine

Veterinary

BMG

Engineering

Health Economic

Agriculture

Nursing workforce

Health and environment

Disaster preparedness and management

Nursing informatics / technology

Multicultural nursing

Palliative and end of life care

Complementary / alternative health practice

Evidence-based nursing

Submission of abstract

Abstract should be forwarded to: Lely Lusmilasari, SKp, MKes

Ismangoen Building, School of Nursing, Faculty of Medicine,

Universitas Gadjah Mada. Jln. Farmako, Sekip Utara, Bulaksumur,

Yogyakarta 55283, Indonesia

or by email to: ainec_globalhealth@yahoo.co.id

with subject ABSTRACT, Email is strongly recommended

For more information please contact:

Phone : +62 274 545674 / +62 274 9221693

Fax : +62 274 631204
Email : ainec_globalhealth@yahoo.co.id

Registration

Registration to the conference can be made in two methods:

1. Online registration

2. Download the registration form from the conference website,

fill out, and email or fax to the secretariat.

Conference Fee

International Participant

Public : US $ 250
Retired : US $ 200
Student : US $ 175

National Participant

Public : Rp. 2.500.000,-
Retired : Rp. 2.000.000,-
Student : Rp. 1.750.000,-

Method Payment

Please choose one method below for payment

Bank transfer

A direct bank transfer should be made to the account below. Bank charges for remittance should be paid by registrants. A copy of receipt of the bank remittance should be attached to the registration form

Account name: Lely Lusmilasari

(Bank Negara Indonesia) BNI, UGM branch

Account number: 011 106 0215

Cashier cheque or bank draft must be in

US dollars and payable to

Account Name: Lely Lusmilasari,

Bank Negara Indonesia (BNI), UGM Branch

Credit Card

VISA, Master card, and American Express

card are accepted. Please clearly state card

details.

Conference Venue and Accomodation

The conference venue will be at the Sheraton Mustika Yogyakarta. It is located on Jl. Laksda Adisucipto KM 8,7 Yogyakarta 55282, Indonesia,

Phone: +62 274 485230.

You can find out detail information about the hotel by visiting their

Website : www.sheratonyogya.com

Email : reservation@sheratonyogya.com

Room rates :

Grand R.

Rp. 700.000 net /room (US $60)

Club R.

Rp. 900.000 net /room (US $78)

A shuttle bus with free of charge is provided by the hotel. A hotel bus is available with charge.Please confirm to the receptionist. Or you can also get a taxi from Adi Sucipto Airport.

Other Recommended Hotel in Yogyakarta

Wisma MM UGM

Jl. Samirono Santikara Yogyakarta

P: +62 274 557981
F: +62 274 557986

Grand Mercure Yogyakarta

Jl. Jenderal Sudirman 9 Yogyakarta 55233

P: +62 274 566617

F: +62 274 566856

Novotel Yogyakarta

Jl. Jendral Sudirman 89, Yogyakarta 55223

P:+62 274 580930

F:+62 274 580931

Inna Garuda Hotel

Jl. Malioboro 60,

Yogyakarta 55213

P: +62 274 566 353

F: +62 274 512114

Saphir Hotel

Jl. Laksda Adisucipto No. 38

P: +62 274 566 222

F: +62 274566 220

Guideline for Abstract

The Committee uploaded several topics for abstracts, participants have to choose one of the topics to be written as their abstract.

The Abstract characteristic:

  1. Approximately 250 words
  2. Should be written in English, Times New Roman, Font 12
  3. Give your email or fax
  4. Write detail identity of yours
  5. Deadline submission the abstract in July 31, 2009 through the email ainec_globalhealth@yahoo.co.id with subject ABSTRACT
  6. Abstract should consist of BACKGROUND, METHOD, RESULT, CONCLUSION, KEYWORD
  7. The example of the abstract can be seen below

The notification of acceptance will be sent you by email or fax in August 31, 2009. Those whose abstracts’ accepted, should submit the full paper no later than September 30, 2009 through email at ainec_globalhealth@yahoo.co.id with subject FULL PAPER.

Minggu, 29 Maret 2009

3rd International Nursing Conference Global Health in Transcultural Perspective Sheraton Mustika Hotel Yogyakarta, 17 – 19 November 2009

Millennium Declaration Goals (MDG) has been endorsed by World Health Organization (WHO) in 2000. It contains the universal framework for developing countries’ development. That MDG has targeted 2015 as the target date for achieving most goals. MDG consists of 8 goals: eradicate the extreme poverty and hunger, achieve universal primary education, promote gender equality and empower women, reduce child mortality, improve maternal health, combat IV/AIDS, malaria, and other diseases, ensure environmental sustainability and develop a global partnership for development.

Based on the report that has been done in 2007, there are some progresses in health area, namely: the decline of child mortality rate and tuberculosis epidemic. Also, there is an expansion of malaria control.
Apart from that progress, there are still some challenges particularly in health area. The first one the high number in HIV prevalence and the increase number of people dying from AIDS. The second one is the high mortality of women due to complication of pregnancy and childbirth. Another challenge is the nutrition problem related to the high number in underweight children.

In order to overcome those challenges, one of the approaches is applying the multi professional collaboration. Collaboration has become a key challenge since achieving the goals requires the cooperation among many professionals, such as health care provider, economist, environmentalist, etc. The Improvement of collaboration between health care professionals may enhance satisfaction among them and the community as the clients. At the end, collaboration will increase the quality of life of the community.

The quality of life is the degree of well-being felt by an individual or group of people that consists of physical and psychological components. The physical aspect includes things such as health, diet and protection against pain and disease. The psychological aspect includes stress, worry, pleasure and other positive or negative emotional states.

Another important challenge is to consider with the transcultural perspective of the community since it becomes one of the essential issues nowadays. The benefit of the transcultural perspective in health professionals is for easing the transition in applying new values and beliefs related to development in health issues to the community. It means health professionals will enable their clients to improve or sustain their health as both parties are struggling with the contradictions of racism, oppression and ‘caring/curing’ that co-exists in a multicultural society.

The International Nursing Conference is an elaborated scientific forum that will discuss the domain of global health in transcultural perspective. This scientific meeting is going to involve some researchers in health areas. Resource: AINEC

Selasa, 17 Maret 2009

The Association of Indonesian Ners Education Center (AINEC)

AINEC MEMBER UNTIL 2009:

1. FIK UNIVERSITAS INDONESIA, DEPOK
2. FIK UNIVERSITAS PADJADJARAN, BANDUNG
3. PSIK FK UNIVERSITAS GADJAH MADA, YOGYAKARTA
4. PSIK FK UNIVERSITAS DIPONEGORO, SEMARANG
5. FAK. KEPERAWATAN UNIVERSITAS AIRLANGGA, SURABAYA
6. PSIK FK UNIVERSITAS BRAWIJAYA, MALANG
7. PSIK FK UNIVERSITAS SUMATERA UTARA, MEDAN
8. PSIK FK UNIVERSITAS ANDALAS, PADANG
9. PSIK FK UNIVERSITAS HASANUDDIN, MAKASSAR
10. PSIK FK UNIVERSITAS SYIAH KUALA, NAD
11. STIK ST. CAROLUS, JAKARTA
12. PSIK FKK UNIVERSITAS MUHAMMADIYAH JAKARTA
13. STIKES BINAWAN, JAKARTA
14. STIKES NGUDI WALUYO, UNGARAN
15. PSIK FK UNIVERSITAS YOGYAKARTA
16. STIKES FALETEHAN, SERANG
17. PSIK FK UNIVERSITAS SRIWIJAYA, PALEMBANG
18. STIKES BINA HUSADA, PALEMBANG
19. STIKES MAHARDIKA, CIREBON
20. STIKES SURYA GLOBAL, YOGYAKARTA
21.STIKES MUHAMMADIYAH BANJARMASIN
22. STIKES AISYIYAH, YOGYAKARTA
23. STIKES WIRA HUSADA, SEMARANG
24. STIKES CERIA BUANA, SUMATERA BARAT
25. STIK IMMANUEL, BANDUNG
26. STIKES CIREBON
27. FAK. KEP. UNIV. ADVENT INDONESIA, BANDUNG
28. STIKES HARAPAN IBU, JAMBI
29. STIKES MUHAMMADIYAH GOMBONG
30. STIKES JEND. ACHMAD YANI, CIMAHI
31. FIKKES UNIV. MUHAMMADIYAH SEMARANG
32. STIKES MUTIARA INDONESIA, MEDAN
33. STIKES SURYA MITRA HUSADA, KEDIRI
34. STIKES KENDAL
35. PSIK FK UNIVERSITAS MUHAMMADIYAH SURAKARTA
36. STIKES MUHAMMADIYAH PEKAJANGAN
37. STIKES INDRAMAYU
38. STIKES FORT DE KOCK, SUMATERA BARAT
39. STIKES AL IRSYAD AL ISLAMIYAH, CILACAP
40. STIKES CENDIKIA UTAMA, KUDUS
41. PSIK FK UNIVERSITAS JEND. SOEDIRMAN, PURWOKERTO
42. STIKES KARYA HUSADA, SEMARANG
43. STIKES BALI
44. STIKES PAPUA, SORONG
45. STIKES BAITURRAHIM, JAMBI
46. STIKES PATRIA HUSADA, BLITAR
47. STIKES YARSI MATARAM
48. STIKES PEMKAB JOMBANG
49. PSIK FK UNIVERSITAS MALAHAYATI, B. LAMPUNG
50. STIKES MITRA LAMPUNG
51. PSIK FIK UNIVERSITAS MUHAMMADIYAH SURABAYA
52. STIKES HANG TUAH TANJUNGPINANG, KEP. RIAU
53. PSIK FK UNIVERSITAS MUHAMMADIYAH BENGKULU
54. STIKES TRI MANDIRI SAKTI, BENGKULU
55. STIKES AISYIYAH SURAKARTA
56. STIKES AN-NUR PURWODADI
57. PSIK FK UNIVERSITAS SAHID SURAKARTA
58. STIKES HARAPAN BANGSA, PURWOKERTO
59. STIKES BHAKTI MANDALA HUSADA, SLAWI
60. STIKES ST. VINCENTIUS A PAULO, SURABAYA
61. STIKES KOTA SUKABUMI
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