A series of Global Health True Leaders (GHTL) training has been successfully conducted in 2014 and 2015 in four countries: Indonesia (January 17-26, 2014 and August 19-25, 2015), Thailand (April 18-22, 2014), Vietnam (April 25-29, 2014), and China (May 5-9, 2014). Involving 255 students and young professionals from 10 countries including Indonesia, Malaysia, Vietnam, Thailand, Philippines, Lao PDR, Cambodia, China, Nepal, and Myanmar. The participants were across professions including graduate and postgraduate students, medical doctors, veterinarians, NGO’s staff, lecturers, researchers, associate professor, managers, government officer, young public health practitioners, etc represent disciplines of Medicine, Veterinary Medicine, Public Health, Nutrition, Social, Nursing, Pharmacy, Biochemistry, Molecular Biology, Dentistry, and Engineering. The events were sponsored by USAID-OHW, USAID-RESPOND, IDRC Canada, Indonesia National Armed Force, and Regional Police Command of West Kalimantan. The major components of Global Health True Leaders training are classroom training, team building, role play, field work, site visit, and leadership outbond. During Global Health True Leaders, participants were conditioned and challenged with Global Health issue and problem that required them to communicate using English. The participants equipped by important values, including leadership, global perspective, working multi-sectoral and across professions, and culture.
Global Health True Leaders has provided new true leaders with global perspective, strong leadership value to collaborate across sector and profession, and culture value within both community and health regulatory hierarchy.
The successful execution of the ‘Global Health True Leaders Series’ and the enthusiasms of all parties involved had inspired us to continue and bring this program to a whole new level. The vision is to share the benefits of this ‘Global Health True Leaders’ program to as many potentials health workforces as possible and to expand the networks at the national, regional, and international level. This year, INDOHUN will be held the three-series of Global Health True Leaders training.
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Welcome from the EEPE Course Director
We had a very successful 2015 course with around 100 participants
and more than 95% of participants evaluating the course as satisfactory or very satisfactory. We are now heading for the 2016 course. We will do some changes in the program based on the specific evaluations we received by participants and faculty, but the overall structure will be similar to that for 2015. On 2016 we will have, in addition, two Pre-course Modules the week 13 to 17 June one on “Introduction to Genetic and Molecular Epidemiology” (five days) and one on “Geographic Information Systems (GIS) in Epidemiology” (three days).
The EEPE is under the patronage of the International Epidemiological Association, the WHO, Centre for Environment and Health, and the Italian Association of Epidemiology, and run in collaboration with several European Universities.
The course, now in its twenty-ninth year, is intended for epidemiologists, public health practioners, statisticians and clinicians with an interest in epidemiology. The course offers in the first two weeks five general modules on epidemiological study design and statistical analysis of epidemiological data. In the third week seven special modules cover topics of current relevance for health and advanced methodological issues. The courses are taught in English by lecturers mostly from European universities and research institutes and are held in residential form in the “Stadium” centre on the hills close to Florence.
Participants have appreciated the opportunity of combining an intensive learning experience with the unique attraction for cultural and artistic enjoyment offered by Florence and Tuscany.
We gratefully acknowledge the support and collaboration over many years of the Health Authorities and the Regional Health Agency of the Tuscany Region.
We are looking forward to welcoming you to the 2016 EEPE courses.
Prof. Manolis Kogevinas
Course director, EEPE
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Indonesian Center for Animal Research and Development under the Ministry of Agriculture Republic of Indonesia are pleased to announce an International Seminar on Livestock Production and Veterinary Technology. The theme of the seminar is Promoting Livestock and Veterinary Technology for Sustainable Rural Livestock Development.
The depletion of resources, emergence of new diseases and climate change are important factors that affect the sustainable development of rural livestock. Through the application of livestock and veterinary technologies, these factors can be reduced to enhance the sustainability of livestock production in the countryside. Under this condition, livestock technologies that are produced should be based on optimizing the use of local resources, including plant and animal germplasm, utilization of agriculture waste, crop-livestock system as well as minimizing energy waste. Development of local breed of livestock and forages that adaptive to the climate change is also required. Veterinary technologies including development of new vaccine, medicine, rapid identification test etc., are the demand to face sustainability of rural livestock production. Studies on policy to support all of the innovation to be implemented in the field are also needed. All of these issues will be discussed in this seminar.
The seminar provides you with an excellent opportunity to share your expertise and experiences and to identify challenges and explore with colleagues innovative solutions for the benefit of all conference delegates. The seminar will be held in Bali, one of the Paradise Island of Indonesia.
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The Congress is a ‘meeting of the minds’ for researchers, policy makers and practitioners who are working towards more integrated approaches and effective responses to complex global health challenges.
You are warmly invited to participate in what will be a rich global forum for learning, networking and collaboration. You will be able to interact with colleagues from diverse backgrounds with a common interest in protecting and promoting public, animal and ecosystem health.
There are ongoing and urgent demands to understand the major global health risks that arise from how people, animals and ecosystems interact as part of ‘social-ecological systems,’ and the pathways that are being used and are proving to be useful for managing these risks.
Many of us are challenged by the pressing and growing need to work in more integrated ways across sectors, disciplines and scales – from local, provincial, national and regional to global scales.
The One Health and EcoHealth communities have emerged in recent times in response to these demands and challenges.
How One Health and EcoHealth are contributing to more effective responses to global health challenges will be presented along with the latest research on associated approaches and tools.
You will also have the opportunity to experience Melbourne and Australia. Selected recently as the most liveable city in the world, Melbourne is renowned as a global science and cultural capital. Melbourne and the surrounding area offer everyone something in which to delight.
We look forward to meeting you in December 2016.
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Dear distinguished Guests and colleagues,
On behalf of Vietnam Veterinary Association and Nong Lam University Ho Chi Minh City, it is my pleasure to welcome you to participate the 19th Federation of Asian Veterinary Associations (FAVA) Congress held in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam in Septemper 2016.
The 19th FAVA Congress in 2016 aims to strengthen the collaboration of Asian veterinary professions to reach optimal health for people, animals and environment. By joining the congress to discuss issues of mutual concerns and solutions, we can obtain excellent knowledge and updated information from Asia-Pacific region and beyond. The Congress is proposed to welcome about 1500 delegates throughout the world working in livestock production, with companion animals, and related fields (animal care, management, veterinary medicine, nutrition, equipment, veterinary education and so forth). Therefore, the congress will have excellent international and regional speakers in key lectures, plenary sessions and free paper presentations. The planned program will consist of 8 sectors in which manuscripts can be submitted.
Besides attending the congress, our guests could take this opportunity to visit an active city like Ho Chi Minh City as well as natural and peaceful villages in the rural, meeting with friendly people. With just one or more extra days spent, you can also have chance to discover charming beaches and famous islands such as Phu Quoc or Con Dao which is only 1 hour flight from Ho Chi Minh City.
By such attractive events, I look forward to welcoming all veterinarians, practitioners, and valuable guests to Ho Chi Minh City, the most dynamic city of Vietnam, to enjoy our warm congress.
Dr. Duong Duy Dong
19th FAVA congress
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“Indonesia Stem Cell Summit”
Kegiatan terdiri kegiatan utama berupa Seminar dan Kongres Nasional II ASPI, serta kegiatan satellite berupa Seminar Awam untuk masyarakat luas. Pada kegiatan ini juga tersedia sponsorship dan pameran produk bagi perusahaan yang berminat. Sesi poster tersedia bagi peserta Seminar dan Kongres Nasional ASPI.
Tempat dan Waktu
IPB International Convention Center Bogor, 6 – 7 Februari 2016.
Seminar dan Kongres Nasional ASPI
Kegiatan ini terutama ditujukan untuk dokter umum, dokter spesialis, para peneliti dan para pemerhati sel punca di seluruh Indonesia yang berminat mempelajari perkembangan kemajuan ilmu pengetahuan dan teknologi sel punca baik dalam ilmu dasar maupun aplikasinya.
Kegiatan seminar awam ditujukan untuk masyarakat umum yang tertarik untk mengenal lebih jauh tentang sel punca serta perkembangan aplikasinya untuk pengobatan berbagai penyakit degeneratif.
Call for Abstrak
Seminar dan kongres nasional ini memberi kesempatan bagi dokter umum, dokter spesialis, para peneliti dan para pemerhati sel punca di seluruh Indonesia yang terkait dengan bidang pengetahuan dan teknologi sel punca baik dalam ilmu dasar maupun aplikasinya untuk mempresentasikan hasil penelitiaannya dalam bentuk presentasi poster. Melalui disseminasi hasilpenelitian ini, diharapkan dapat terjalin hubungan yang lebih baik untuk membangun relasi antara peneliti, partnership dan untuk kolaborasi riset yang akan datang. Kami mengundang Bapak/ Ibu untuk berpartisipasi dalam Seminar dan Kongres Nasional II ASPI dengan mengirimkan abstrak hasil penelitian yang telah dilakukan.
|Batas Akhir Submit Abstract||Diperpanjang s/d: 22 Januari 2016|
|Pengumuman||25 Januari 2016|
|Registrasi Awal||s/d 22 Januari 2016|
|Registrasi Akhir||23 Januari – 6 Februari 2016|
|Seminar dan Konggres||6-7 Februari 2016|
Abstrak ditulis maksimal 500 kata (kata sambung dihitung 1 kata, kata ulang dihitung 2 kata, kata tidak boleh disingkat), boleh ditulis dalam bahasa Indonesia atau Bahasa Inggris. Abstrak memuat latar belakang, tujuan penelitian, hasil penelitian dan atau kesimpulan ditulis tanpa subjudul dan ditulis satu alinia. Kata kunci ditulis di bawah abstrak terdiri dari maksimal 5 kata atau frasa. Unduh ketentuan abstrak pada pada link di bawah untuk ketentuan lebih lengkap.
Poster dibuat dengan ukuran kertas A1 (594 mm lebar, 841 mm panjang), memuat Judul, Nama Penulis, Alamat Penulis, Latar Belakang, Metode, Hasil dan atau Pembahasan, Kesimpulan, Pustaka (jika ada), Ucapan Terima Kasih (jika ada).
Makalah Lengkap (Optional)
Makalah lengkap atau full paper ditawarkan bagi penulis yang berminat untuk dapat dimuat di HAYATI Journal of Biosciences dengan ketentuan sesuai dengan ketentuan jurnal tersebut.
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