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List Of Abstract Submitted Phase 2 (Submitted before January 08, 2018)

LIST OF ABSTRACT SUBMITTED PHASE 2

(Submitted before January 08, 2018)

No. NAME AFFILIATION
1 Adi Rahman FISIP Universitas Sebelas Maret
2 Ahmad Yani, S.K.M.,M.Kes FKM – Univ. Muhammadiyah Palu
3 Alidina Nur Afifah Fakultas Kedokteran dan Kesehatan UMJ
4 Bambang Suwerda
5 Binta Mu’tiya Rizki, S.Psi, M.A Universitas Negeri Semarang
6 Cholifah, S.St, M.Kes Universitas Muhammadiyah Sidoarjo
7 Daru Lestantyo Diponegoro University
8 Dessy Irfi Jayanti University of North Sumatera
9 Diana Nasir University of North Sumatera
10 Dr. Eng Listiani Nurul Huda North Sumatera University
11 Dr. Ir. Agus Nurudin, Mse. Fakultas Kedokteran dan Kesehatan UMJ
12 Endang Fourianalistyawati YARSI University
13 Fitri Khairani FKM -USU
14 Gusti Jhoni Putra STIK Muhammadiyah Pontianak
15 Helfi Agustin Ahmad Dahlan University
16 Hermien Nugraheni Poltekes Kemenkes Semarang
17 Heru Subaris Kasjono Poltekes Kemenkes Yogyakarta
18 Kurnia Indriyanti Purnama Sari STIKES Dian Husada Mojokerto
19 Kusuma Estu Werdani Muhammadiyah University Surakarta
20 Leli Ronisah University of North Sumatera
21 Lidia Hastuti STIK Muhammadiyah Pontianak
22 Lilis Suryani FK UMY
23 Linda Presti Fibriana Nursing Academy Dian Husada Mojokerto
24 Maida Ayu Ara University of North Sumatera
25 Mariati Universitas Diponegoro
26 Meri Yanti University of North Sumatera
27 Meylissa University of North Sumatera
28 Mitra STIKES Hang Tuah Pekanbaru
29 Muhammad Alfian UAD
30 Nur Azizah University of North Sumatera
31 Nurfitria Swastiningsih Faculty of Psychology – UAD
32 Nurilam Universitas Diponegoro
33 Nurul Qomariyah Ahmad Dahlan University
34 Paramitha Amelia Kusumawardani, S.St, M.Keb Universitas Muhammadiyah Sidoarjo
35 Putri Isriyatil Jannah Ahmad Dahlan University
36 Rahmawati Prihastuty Universitas Negeri Semarang
37 Rahmi Susanti FKM Mulawarman
38 Ratih Arruum Listiyandini YARSI University
39 Risky Indah Cahyani Ahmad Dahlan University
40 S. M. Raysul Haque School of Public Health – University of Bangladesh
41 Wuriani STIK Muhammadiyah Pontianak
42 Yunita Public Health Faculty, Indonesia University

 

(Revision)-List Of Abstract Submitted Phase 1 (Submitted before December 30, 2017)

LIST OF ABSTRACT SUBMITTED PHASE 1

(Submitted before December 30, 2017)

 

No. NAME AFFILIATION
1 Abdul Kadir Magister Psikologi Universitas Muhammadiyah Surakarta
2 Alifah Nurdjanah Magister Psikologi Profesi UMS
3 Anindhita Syahbi Syagata, S.Gz, MPH Universitas ‘Aisyiyah Yogyakarta
4 Aprizal Satria Hanafi Universitas Indonesia
5 Baiq Nurul Hidayati STIKES YARSI MATARAM
6 Dewi Setyaningrum Fakultas Psikologi Universitas Muhammadiyah Surakarta
7 Dina Lusiana Setyowati Public Health Faculty, Mulawarman University
8 Dr. Masrizal,SKM.M.Biomed FKM Universitas Andalas
9 dr. Yanti Harjono, MKM FK UPN VETERAN JAKARTA
10 Endah Puspita UII Yogyakarta
11 Franning Deisi Badu UNIVERSITAS GORONTALO
12 Gelora Mangalik Universitas Kristen Satya Wacana
13 Hally Weliangan Universitas Gunadarma
14 Hendra Rohman Politeknik Kesehatan Bhakti Setya Indonesia, Yogyakarta
15 Heni Maryati STIKes Pemkab Jombang
16 Hetty Ismainar STIKes Hang Tuah Pekanbaru Riau
17 Indriati Paskarini Fakultas Kesehatan Masyarakat, Universitas Airlangga
18 Iwan Muhamad Ramdan Public Health Faculty, Mulawarman University
19 Niken Grah Prihartanti Sekolah Tinggi Ilmu Kesehatan Pemkab Jombang
20 Ni’mal Baroya Faculty of Public Health University of Jember
21 Noviana Zara Universitas Sumatera Utara
22 Octaviani Indrasari Ranakusuma YARSI University
23 Rina Rahmatika Fakultas Psikologi Universitas YARSI
24 Rini Lestari Department of Psychology Universitas Muhammadiyah Surakarta
25 Ririn Pakaya Universitas Gorontalo
26 Rita Kartika Sari Department of Medicine, Islamic Sultan Agung University, Semarang, Indonesia
27 Setia Asyanti Universitas Muhammadiyah Surakarta
28 Siti Thomas Zulaikhah Bagian IKM-FK UNISSULA Semarang
29 Sri Wahyuni Unissula
30 Suci Amalia Ramadayanti Ahmad Dahlan University
31 Theresia Pratiwi Universitas Kristen Satya Wacana
32 Tin Agustina Karnawati STIE ASIA Malang
33 Tjitjik Hamidah UPI YAI
34 Wahyuni Hafid UNIVERSITAS GORONTALO
35 Wardah Roudhotina Psychology Department, Universitas Islam Indonesia
36 Yessi Harnani STIKes Hang Tuah Pekanbaru

List Of Abstract Submitted Phase 1 (Submitted before December 30, 2017)

No. NAME AFFILIATION
1. Siti Thomas Zulaikhah Bagian IKM-FK UNISSULA Semarang
2 Hendra Rohman (two tittles) Politeknik Kesehatan Bhakti Setya Indonesia, Yogyakarta
3 Abdul Kadir Magister Psikologi Universitas Muhammadiyah Surakarta
4 Kolifah Sekolah Tinggi Ilmu Kesehatan Pemkab Jombang
5 Iwan Muhamad Ramdan Public Health Faculty, Mulawarman University
6 Heni Maryati STIKes Pemkab Jombang
7 Ni’mal Baroya Faculty of Public Health University of Jember
8 Yessi Harnani STIKes Hang Tuah Pekanbaru
9 Ririn Pakaya Universitas Gorontalo
10 Theresia Pratiwi Universitas Kristen Satya Wacana
11 Indriati Paskarini Fakultas Kesehatan Masyarakat, Universitas Airlangga
12 Rina Rahmatika Fakultas Psikologi Universitas YARSI
13 Wahyuni Hafid UNIVERSITAS GORONTALO
14 Franning Deisi Badu UNIVERSITAS GORONTALO
15 Octaviani Indrasari Ranakusuma YARSI University
16 Dewi Setyaningrum Fakultas Psikologi Universitas Muhammadiyah Surakarta
17 Aprizal Satria Hanafi Universitas Indonesia
18 dr. Yanti Harjono, MKM FK UPN VETERAN JAKARTA
19 Anindhita Syahbi Syagata, S.Gz, MPH Universitas ‘Aisyiyah Yogyakarta
20 Alifah Nurdjanah Magister Psikologi Profesi UMS
21 Gelora Mangalik Universitas Kristen Satya Wacana
22 Sri Wahyuni Unissula
23 Rini Lestari Department of Psychology Universitas Muhammadiyah Surakarta
24 Setia Asyanti Universitas Muhammadiyah Surakarta
25 Baiq Nurul Hidayati STIKES YARSI MATARAM
26 Hally Weliangan Universitas Gunadarma
27 Noviana Zara Universitas Sumatera Utara
28 Tin Agustina Karnawati STIE ASIA Malang
29 Dina Lusiana Setyowati Public Health Faculty, Mulawarman University
30 Suci Amalia Ramadayanti Ahmad Dahlan University
31 Hetty Ismainar STIKes Hang Tuah Pekanbaru Riau
32 Dr. Masrizal,SKM.M.Biomed FKM Universitas Andalas
33 Muchsin Maulana Universitas Ahmad Dahlan
34 Rita Kartika Sari Department of Medicine, Islamic Sultan Agung University, Semarang, Indonesia
35 Tjitjik Hamidah UPI YAI
36 Endah Puspita UII Yogyakarta
37 Wardah Roudhotina Psychology Department, Universitas Islam Indonesia

Theme and Topics of UPHEC 2018

International Conference with theme: “Improving Quality of Life Trough Multi Sector Collaboration”

With the sub themes as follow:

  1. Health promotion
  2. Environmental health
  3. Epidemiology
  4. Hospital management
  5. Work health and safety
  6. Reproductive health
  7. Psychology
  8. Food and agriculture
  9. Transportation
  10. Housing
  11. Law, economic, and social science
  12. Energy
  13. Industry
  14. Technology

 

 

Background of 4th UPHEC 2018

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.

WELCOME TO 4TH UPHEC 2018

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,

 

Nurul Qomariyah, MMedEd
Chairperson

Health Promotion Department

Faculty of Public Health, UAD