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Background WHO (2017) defines quality of life as individuals perception of their position in life, both in their cultural and value systems in which they live as well as in their relation to their respective goals, expectations, standards and concerns. It is a broad ranging concept that involves a person’s physical health, psychological state, level of independence, social relationships, personal beliefs and their relationship to salient features of their environment. In line with the definition from WHO, CDC (2017) describes quality of life as a broad multidimensional concept that usually includes subjective evaluations of both positive and negative aspects of life. Quality of life can be measured in multiple ways. Even though quality of life encompasses various domain such as jobs, housing, schools, and environment, health is nevertheless one of the key domain in quality of life. In addition, culture, values, and spirituality are also an important part in the overall quality of life that adds the complexity of its measurement (CDC, 2017). Consequently, the scale / index of quality of life requires at least three domains such as physical function, mental status, and the ability to engage in social activities in accordance with existing norms (Spitzer WO, 1986 in the 2014 MW Post). Quality of life index is an estimation of overall quality of life which takes into account purchasing power index (higher is better), pollution index (lower is better), house price to income ratio (lower is better), cost of living index (lower is better), safety index (higher is better), health care index (higher is better), traffic commute time index (lower is better) and climate index (higher is better). In the year 2017 Indonesia occupies the 45th position out of 56 countries. This position an improvement after the previous year in 2016 Indonesia ranked 57th (from 61 countries). Despite the increase, Indonesia is still under neighboring countries such as Singapore, India and Malaysia (Numbeo, 2017). It is obvious that the effort to improve the quality of life can not be solved only by the health sector alone. Multi-sector collaboration is required to achieve equitable development in various sectors in improving quality of life. It is important for us in Indonesia especially in Yogyakarta to have a program to learn the experience of multi sector collaboration to improve quality of life from other countries. Therefore, in this 57th MILAD UAD series, we will hold an international seminar with the theme “Improving Quality of Life through Multi sector Collaboration” which invite speakers from UAD and abroad.

Theme and Topics of UPHEC 2018 International Conference with the theme:

Improving Quality of Life Through Multi Sector Collaboration”,

with sub topics as follow : Health promotion Environmental health Epidemiology Hospital management Work health and safety Reproductive health Psychology Food and agriculture Transportation Housing Law, economics, and social science Energy Industry Technology

Objective To gain better understanding of the problem, opportunities and policy challenges faced by Indonesia and other countries in the process of implementing multi sector collaboration to improve quality of life. Outcomes

  1. Promoting multi sector collaboration to improve quality of life
  2. Promoting new research in the field of quality of life

Targeted Participant Academician, Health Practitioners, Researchers, Student, and other related organization, and society.

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Quality of life is a broad ranging concept that encompasses a number of various domains such as jobs, housing, schools, environment, health, culture, values, and spirituality. It includes subjective evaluations of both positive and negative aspects of life. WHO defines quality of life as an individual’s perception of their position in life in the context of the culture and value systems in which they live and in relation to their goals, expectations, standards and concerns. The effort to improve the quality of life can not be done only by the health sector alone. Multi-sectoral colaboration is needed to achieve equitable development in various sectors in improving quality of life. Therefore, in this 57th MILAD UAD series, we will hold an international conference with the theme “Improving Quality of Life through Multisectoral Collaboration” which invite speakers from UAD and abroad. We will have presentation, discussion, workshop, paper and poster presentation in various aspects that play a role in determining quality of life, such as the role of government in regulating policies to improve quality of life, promoting breastfeeding, education, domestic violance, life skills, stress management, poverty and inequality, and many others. I hope this conference will stimulates both our understanding and skills related to quality of life. On behalf of the organising committee, I would like to extend a warm invitation to all our colleagues to join us at this event. The committee looks forward to meeting you in Yogyakarta, Indonesia. Welcome to the 4th Universitas Ahmad Dahlan Public Health Conference (UPHEC) 2018! Sincerely, dr. Nurul Qomariyah, MMedEd Chairperson Health Promotion Department, Faculty of Public Health, UAD

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Please send your sponsor proposal to uphec.fkm@uad.ac.id

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Registration fee above is including for Seminar and Workshop. The committee will provide lunch and coffee breaks during the conference.

Payment should be made via  Bank Transfer to  Bank BRI Account Holder’s Name: Erni Gustina Acc 1008-01-004907-50-0

International Presenters/Participants (US Dollars) Bank Swift Code: BRINIDJA

Contact Person:

1. Marsiana Wibowo : +6281804126400 2. Erni Gustina : +6285729620155 3. Rudy Yuniawati : +6281329639749

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Ikatan Psikologi Klinis Indonesia | 4,5 SKP




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Event & Submission





Abstract Submission Deadline

(Phase 2)

January 7th 2018

To ensure your participation, kindly submit an abstract of no more than 250 words, specifying which panel you would like to be part of; Use this abstract guide.

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Notification Abstract Acceptance

January 10th 2018

Please check your email or check announcement on UPHEC2018 News on the web.

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Full Paper Submission 

January 20th 2018

(1). Paper in UPHEC2018 Conference use UPHEC2018 Paper Template so please download this format to implementation on your paper.

(2) Submit your fullpaper to uphec.fkm@uad.ac.id

(3) Publish on International Proceeding Online & ISBN with review first.


  • Proceeding
    • Publication in national journal:
      • Jurnal Kesmas (Faculty of Public Health, UAD)
      • Jurnal Humanitas (Faculty of Psychology, UAD), accredited by DIKTI
    • Publication in international journals:
      • International Journal of Public Health Science (IJPHS)
      • International Journal of Evaluation and Research in Education (IJERE)
      • Journal of Education and Learning (EduLearn), accredited by DIKTI
      • Journal of Educational Health and Community Psychology (JEHCP)


  • The committee will choose one paper as the best paper
  • The best paper will be published at no charge in the selected journals

Payment Confirmation

January 20th 2018

Please send your scan payment confirmation with .pdf/jpg format to uphec.fkm@uad.ac.id

Conference Day

February 21th, 2018

Panel and Parallel Session

(UPHEC2018 Poster Presentation Format)

Workshop Day

February 22th, 2018

Parallel Workshop

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Royal Ambarrukmo Yogyakarta, Jl. Laksda Adisucipto No.81, Caturtunggal, Kec. Depok, Kabupaten Sleman, Daerah Istimewa Yogyakarta 55281

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Located in Sleman, this luxury hotel has always been a part of the city and offers effortless access to the top business, shopping and nightlife destinations in Jogja, Indonesia. It is steps to Plaza Ambarrukmo, a ten-minute walk to Affandi Museum as well as under two miles to International Adisucipto Airport and five miles to Malioboro Street.

Meticulously renovated, Royal Ambarrukmo Yogyakarta infuses authentic royal tradition, glamour and grace with 21st century modernity and sophistication.

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“Improving Quality of Life Trough Multi Sector Collaboration

 Public Health Faculty, Universitas Ahmad Dahlan , Yogyakarta, Indonesia


Advisor Rector of UAD

Person in charge Dean Faculty of Public Health UAD

Chairman dr. Nurul Qomariyah., M.Med.Ed.

Vice Chairman Dr. Triantoro, S.Si., Psi

Secretary  1 Septian Emma DJ, S.Ked., M.Kes

Secretary  2 Rudy Yuniawti, M.PSi

Treasurer 1 Liena Sofiana, M. Kes

Treasurer 2 Difa Ardiyanti, S. PSi, M.Si

Event Section Khoiriyah Isni, M.Kes. Marsiana Wibowo, M.PH Oktomi Wijaya, M.Sc Nissa Tarnoto, S.PSi., M.Si

Consumption Section Fardiasih Dwi Astuti, M. Kes Ismira Dewi, S.PSi., M.PSi

Guest Section Sitti Nur Djannah, M.Kes. Dian Fitriwati, S.Psi., M.Si Siti Muthia Dinni, S.Psi.,M.Si

Equipment Division Julian Dwi Saptadi, M. Sc Muchsin Maulana, M.PH Muhammad Hidayat, M.Psi

Secretariat Section Erni Gustina, M.PH. Suci Musvita Ayu, M.PH Desy Pranungsari, M. Psi

Ratu Matahari, M. Kes

Sponshorship Muchammad Rifai, M.Kes Dia Ekawati, M.Psi Ufi Faturahmah, M.Psi

Scientific Division Helfi Agustin, M.KM M. Syamsu Hidayat, Ph.D Solikhah, Ph. D Dra. Elli Nur Hayati, Ph. D Fitriana Putri Utami, M.Kes Dr. AM. Diponegoro Dr. Fatwa Tentama, M.Si. Dr. Siti Urbayatun, M. Si

Public relation and Publication Ahmad Ahid M., M.PH Firman, M.PH Nurfitria Swastiningsih, M.PH

Please send to Committee email at uphec.fkm@uad.ac.id if you want contact us.