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2nd International Symposium and Workshop on Neurotrauma and Neurointensive Care

2nd International Symposium and Workshop on Neurotrauma and Neurointensive Care

August 12-13, 2018
Organized by Neurosurgery Department Faculty of Medicine Universitas Airlangga

Airlangga Conference on International Relations (ACIR)

Airlangga Conference on International Relations (ACIR)
August 30-31, 2018
Organized by Department of International Relations, Faculty of Social and Political Sciences Universitas Airlangga

RegistrationACIR Website

  • Airlangga Conference on International Relations 2018

    August 30, 2018 – August 31, 2018

    Organized by the Department of International Relations, Faculty of Social and Political Sciences Universitas Airlangga in Surabaya, this year’s Airlangga Conference on International Relations (ACIR) focuses on the nature and impact of international affairs of the Indo-Pacific region, covering social sciences and policy research of interdisciplinary nature on the subject. ACIR is convened with the aim of broadening the scope of knowledge in a wide range of traditional and non-traditional issues in order to better understand the dynamics of relations, interests, and institutions of important actors in the region.


The 2nd Veterinary Medicine International Conference - VMIC
July 4-5, 2018
Organized by Faculty of Veterinary Medicine Universitas Airlangga


    July 4, 2018 – July 5, 2018

The 2nd International Symposium of Public Health

The 2nd International Symposium of Public Health

11th - 12th November 2017

Organized by Doctoral Program of Health Science Faculty of Public Health Universitas Airlangga

RegistrationISoPH Website

  • 2nd International Symposium of Public Health (ISoPH)

    November 11, 2017 – November 12, 2017

    The point of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) has been determined in the consistentmeeting in all countries. The Open Working Group as a discussion and negotiation forum for representatives of member countries in determining the development goals and targets of post 2015 by considering the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) as a foothold in 2014, of the General Assembly of the United Nations has formulated the indicative objectives of the SDGs.

    There are 17 indicative objectives with 169 indicative targets as well as about 300 indicators in 2030 sustainable development objectives. The health sector position is one of the key components in achieving the indicators. The objective of SDGs’ health aspect is 4 with 19 indicative targets. Special attention to the health sector focuses on community nutrition, national health systems, access to reproductive health and family planning and sanitation and clean water.

    Based on that, Southeast Asian countries are seen as important part in formulating strategic and policy efforts to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of achieving the various goals of the SDGs. Therefore, the Public Health Faculty of Universitas Airlangga will hold an international symposium with the theme "Achieving SDGs in South East Asia: Challenging and Tackling of Tropical Health Problems".

    The symposium that will be held is a form of campus and scientific community awareness to disseminate knowledge and share it to the public, including academics and practitioners in the field of health. The symposium will feature speakers from overseas as well as from within the country who are competent in their respective fields, and invite participants to submit research abstracts and other scientific papers (call for abstract submission).


    Achieving SDGs in South East Asia: Challenging and Tackling of Tropical Health Problems


    This International Symposium aims to disseminate knowledge and share it to the public, especially in the scientific community, such as academics and practitioners in the field of health. The results of this symposium are also expected to be an input for policy makers, from various levels in formulating programs to accelerate the SDGs goals’ achievement.


    1. Nutrition enhancing as strategic investment
    2. Global strategic framework for food security and nutrition
    3. Clinical and community relationship to enhance public health
    4. Health equity and quality of healthcare
    5. Health politics and policy
    6. Health insurance
    7. Health financing
    8. Primary Healthcare
    9. Occupational Health
    10. Indigenous Health
    11. Environmental Health
    12. Maternal and child health
    13. Tropical Health
    14. Infectious Disease
    15. Emerging and Re-emerging disease
    16. Mental Health

    Who Should Attend?

    The estimated number of symposium participants: 250 - 300 people, including:

    1. Lecturers and students from various universities from abroad especially from ASEAN countries (Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Philippines, Vietnam, Laos) as well as other countries such as China, Korea, Japan, India, Australia and others.
    2. Lecturers and students from various universities in the country.
    3. Health policy makers (central, provincial and district / city governments) in Indonesia.
    4. Private parties covering factories and drug suppliers, clinics and private hospitals, and health-related industries.
    5. Professional organizations such as Indonesia Doctor Association (IDI), Indonesian  Public Health Experts (IAKMI), PERSAKMI, PPNI, IBI and others.
    6. Various organizations of Non Government Organization (NGO) that care about health.
    7. Parties interested in participating.


    Keynote Speaker  : Prof. Dr. dr. Nila Djuwita F. Moeloek, Sp.M. (K)*

    (Indonesia Health Minister)

    1st Speaker         : Febi Dwi Rahmadi, Ph.D.

    Griffith University – Australia

    2nd Speaker       : Widodo J. Pudjirahardjo, dr., M.S., M.PH., Dr.PH.

    Public Health Faculty, Universitas Airlangga - Indonesia

    3rd Speaker        : Tara Singh Bam, Ph.D.

    Deputy of Regional Director, The Union Asia Pacific Office – Singapore

    4th Speaker         : Dr. Mochammad Akhtar

    Medical Officer TB- WHO Representative

    5th Speaker          : Jee Hyun Rah, B.A.Sc., MS., PhD.

    Chief Nutrition, UNICEF Indonesia

    6th Speaker          : Dr. (HC.) Ir. Tri Rismaharini, M.T*

    (Mayor of Surabaya – Indonesia)

    Note: * in confirmation

    Before submitting paper or doing registration, please read these manuals carefully Abstract Guidelines For Research and Abstract Guidelines For Succes Story

    Your full paper will then be reviewed through a merit system by the scientific committee. All paper will be published at The 2nd ISoPH Proceeding (ISBN) or the selected article will be submitted in Scopus indexing proceeding with additional fee IDR 600.000 (Unair Afiliation), IDR 1.500.000 (Co-Host), IDR 1.750.000 (Others) and $ 135 (Overseas)

The Veterinary Medicine International Conference

The Veterinary Medicine International Conference - VMIC
July 12-14, 2017
Organized by Faculty of Veterinary Medicine Universitas Airlangga


  • The Veterinary Medicine International Conference

    July 12, 2017 – July 14, 2017


    VMIC – The Veterinary Medicine International Conference – is one of the World`s leading conference focusing on a wide array of topics including Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Science. The Veterinary medicine has responsibilities in (Bio)Medical Research, Clinical Science Research, Reproduction Science Research and One Health Research. It offers a stimulating venue for Scientist, Researchers, Lecturers, General Practitioners and etc to broaden their social scientific network. This conference contributes to improving human and public health by improving agriculture and food systems, advancing biomedical and comparative medical research, preventing and addressing zoonotic diseases, kit diagnostic, enhancing environmental and ecosystem health and helping manage 21st-century public health challenges.

International Meeting On Regenerative Medicine

1st International Meeting on Regenerative Medicine (IMRM)
August 15-16, 2017
Organized by Faculty of Medicine Universitas Airlangga


  • International Meeting On Regenerative Medicine

    August 15, 2017 – August 16, 2017

    Neuromuscular disease is a disorder that affects the peripheral nervous system. Musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) are injuries or pain in the human musculoskeletal system. Cardiovascular disease generally refers to conditions that involve narrowed or blocked blood vessels and heart's muscle, valves or rhythm problems. All those conditions affect the human functions.

    Physical medicine and rehabilitation (PM&R) is a branch of medicine concerning with the study of comprehensive management of disabilities arising from disease or injury of the neuro – musculo – skeletal and cardio – pulmonary systems and bio – psycho – socio disruptions concomitant with them. The goal of PM&R programs is to maintain human function and independent life.

    Regenerative medicine is a branch of translational research in tissue engineering and molecular biology which deals with the "process of replacing, engineering or regenerating human cells, tissues or organs to restore or establish normal function". This field holds the promise of engineering damaged tissues and organs by stimulating the body's own repair mechanisms to functionally heal previously irreparable tissues or organs.

    The "1st International Meeting on Regenerative Medicine : from Foundational Bioscience to Human Functioning" aims to discuss about the rules of regenerative medicine regarding basic bioscience in human function and how to apply it in solving the problems of functional capacity related to the terms of body structures, body functions, activites and participation.



    1. Conducting scientific discussion forum about the roles of regenerative medicine regarding basic bioscience in human function.
    2. Discussing how to apply the basic bioscience of regenerative medicine in solving the problems of functional capacity related to the terms of body structures, body functions, activities and participation.


    Science and technology in the field of neuro-musculo-skeletal-cardiovascular rehabilitation focus on healing process, regenerative medicine, and physical functioning management.



    Regenerative Medicine: from Foundational Bioscience to Human Functioning


    1. Stem Cell and Cardiovascular Regeneration

    2. Comprehensive Approach of Paralympic Athletes

    3. Tissue Engineering for Musculoskeletal Regeneration

    4. Update on Neuromuscular Regeneration


    1. USG Guided PRP/Stem Cell Therapy
    2. Building The Return to Sport/Activity Program
    3. Using Therapeutic Exercise to Boost Stem Cell Function
    4. Clinical, Functional, and Electrodiagnostic Examination in Prediction of Prognosis of Spinal Cord Injury
    5. Cardiopulmonary Exercise Testing (Spiroergometry) and Interpretation (Demonstration)



    Venue : Main Hall and Meeting Room A,B,C  Faculty of Medicine, Universitas Airlangga Jalan Mayjen Prof. Dr. Moestopo 47, Surabaya, East Java, Indonesia

    Date : Tuesday-Wednesday, August 15-16th 2017



    1. Academician (domestic and oversea institutes)
    2. Researchers (domestic and oversea institutes)
    3. Undergraduate students, Magister Students, and Doctoral Students (public universities and private universities also from foreign universities)
    4. Practitioners (stakeholder)
    5. Regional authority
    6. Observer who are competent in these following fields; Medicine, Pharmacy, Health, and various genetic engineering.



    Committee will be inviting keynote speakers that come from research institution, universities both local and internasional, as following:

    1. Representative from Ministry of Health of the Republic of Indonesia
    2. Representative from Ministry of Research, Technology, and Higher Education of the Republic of Indonesia
    3. Representative from Ministry of Youth and Sport of the Republic of Indonesia
    4. Prof. Klaas Postema, MD, PhD (University Medical Centre Groningen, Netherland)
    5. Prof. Hiroaki Kimura, MD, PhD( Hiroshima University Hospital, Japan)
    6. Prof. Apichana Kovindha, MD (Chiang Mai University,  Thailand)
    7. Assoc. Prof. Fazah Akhtar Hanapiah, MD, MBBCh. BAO, MRehabMed (Universiti Teknologi MARA, Selangor, Malaysia)
    8. Assoc. Prof. Delvac Oceandy, MD, PhD (University of  Manchester, United Kingdom)
    9. Yukio Mikami, MD, PhD (Hiroshima University Hospital, Japan)
    10. Arif Soemarjono, MD, physiatrist, FACSM (Bandung Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation Care, Indonesia)
    Speakers from Department of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, Faculty of Medicine Universitas Airlangga, Surabaya-Indonesia
    1. Hening Laswati, MD, PhD, physiatrist-consultant
    2. Ratna Darjanti Haryadi, MD, PhD, physiatrist-consultant
    3. SM Mei Wulan, MD, PhD, physiatrist-consultant
    4. Meisy Andriana, MD, physiatrist-consultant
    5. Imam Subadi, MD, PhD, physiatrist-consultant
    6. Damayanti Tinduh, MD, PhD, physiatrist-consultant
    7. I Putu Alit Pawana, MD, physiatrist
    8. Rahayu Setiyaningsih, MD, PhD, physiatrist (Haji General Hospital, Surabaya)
    Speakers from Department of Cardiology and Vascular Medicine
    1. Prof. Budi Susetyo Pikir, MD, PhD, cardiologist-consultant,FIHA
    2. Yudi Her Oktaviano, MD, PhD, cardiologist-consultant,FIHA
    3. Meity Ardiana, MD, cardiologist
    Speakers from Department of Orthopaedic Traumatology
    1. Ferdiansyah Mahyudin, MD, PhD, orthopedist-consultant (Chair of Regenerative Medicine)
    2. Heri Suroto, MD, PhD, orthopedist-consultant  (Chair of Tissue Bank)
    3. Dwikora Novembri Utomo, MD, PhD, orthopedist-consultant
    4. Lukas Widhiyanto, MD, orthopedist-consultant
    Speakers from Department of Neurosurgery
    1. Asra Al Fauzi, MD, PhD, neurosurgeon-consultant

    Speakers from Department Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery

    1. Prof. David S Perdanakusuma, MD, PHD, plastic and reconstructive surgeon-consultant

Indonesian Association For Public Administration 2017

Indonesian Association for Public Administration (IAPA)
September 8-9, 2017
Organized: Faculty of Social and Political Sciences Universitas Airlangga


  • Indonesian Association for Public Administration 2017

    September 8, 2017 – September 9, 2017

    Terms of Reference

    Indonesian Association for Public Administration (IAPA) International Conference

    Towards Open Government: Finding the Whole Government Approach

    Universitas Airlangga, Surabaya, Indonesia

    8-9 September 2017


    The global movement to promote open government commitments has grown exponentially and received positive responses from leaders and citizens across the globe. The movement was internationally recognised in 2011 when leaders from eight different countries co-established the Open Government Partnership (OGP). As a global initiative, the OGP aims to secure concrete commitments from its member countries to promote transparency, encourage public involvement, tackle corruption, and develop new technology in strengthening democratic and participative policy-making process. Currently, the OGP has been collaborating with 75 participating countries that willing to take part in reforming governments, encouraging various initiatives, and placing people at the heart of governance. As a result, more than 2500 commitments across the world have been declared by different governments from both national and sub-national level.

    As a forum for open government experts and initiators, the OGP attempts to consistently provide guidance for its member countries to unlock their potentials through openness and collaboration from multi-stakeholders. This forum has become not only a learning and consulting network but also a platform to collaborate best practices in achieving more inclusive development. However, the open government’s success is not merely measured by transparent acts performed by the authority. Instead, the open government initiatives should determine how openness in development process could bring greater benefits, especially for the ordinary citizens. The questions that emerge then are: how are open government principles merged into a national action plan? What are steps for implementing the open government initiatives at national and subnational level? What are the obstacles and challenges in implementing open government?
    Based in Indonesia, one of the co-founder countries of the OGP, Universitas Airlangga proudly presents the Indonesian Association for Public Administration (IAPA) International Conference 2017. This year, the conference will specifically address the open government issues, within the theme of “Towards Open Government: Finding the Whole Government Approach.” Planned to be held on 8-9 September 2017, the IAPA International Conference will divide the main theme into four different discussions: 1) From Reactive to Proactive: Public Administration Response to Freedom of Information Act, 2) Shifting from E-Government to E-Governance, 3) Open Government in Achieving Sustainable Development Goals, 4) Inclusiveness Aspect in Open Government.

    1) From Reactive to Proactive: Public Administration Response to Freedom of Information Act
    This panel will discuss the open government initiative in proposing ‘open by default’ mechanism following the freedom of information (FoI) act. Beth Noveck, the director of the White House Open Government Initiative (2009-2011), states that open government reform would take place in two phases. The first one is how the government provides a systematic information system from the crowd to the center, urging the interoperability of data and information access across multinetwork. This phase will stimulate the proactive disclosure procedure of information request instead of reactive. The second phase concentrates on increasing the participation and collaboration from different stakeholders after the access of data and information has been set to open by default. Hence, the freedom of information act is a crucial step from each government before implementing open government initiative. Thus this panel will cover on the obstacles, challenges, and reccomendations regarding the FoI implementation.

    2) Shifting from E-Government to E-Governance
    This panel will cover on how the development of ICT could become a fundamental part in implementing the open government reforms. Numerous governments today have implemented open data, e-strategic management, smart city, complaint-handling system, or other initiatives related to the ICT. With the tremendous development of ICT, it turns out that the term of E-Government is shifted into E-Governance when non-government sectors are given a chance to access open government data and contribute significantly in development. This sub-topic aims to highlight strategies in adopting those technology-driven initiatives at any government level, what the recommended steps are in tackling challenges and obstacles such as digital divide, lack of infrastructure, and the fear of creative disruption.

    3) Open Government in Achieving Sustainable Development Goals
    This panel concentrates on how each country implementing open government reforms in order to achieve the sustainable development goals, the global commitment involving 17 “global goals” with 169 targets, spearheaded by the United Nations. Discussion in this panel will also focus on how the open government acts take part and address the global problems such as environment protection, poverty eradication, quality education, and renewable energy.

    4) Inclusiveness Aspect in Open Government
    This sub-topic covers on how open government could benefit and create an inclusive environment where development should be driven by and from the community to the community. Not only emphasising on how open government could create a more democratic and participative mechanism in the policy-making process, but this panel will be dedicated also to tackle any kinds of discriminations that prevent social inclusion in development. In addition, this panel also covers issues on democracy participatory process, civic engagement and empowerment, local government, and gender issues in public administration.

    We do hope that the IAPA International Conference “Towards Open Government: Finding the Whole Government Approach” will not only benefit to expand the OGP initiative but also broaden knowledge as well as network on open government issues and initiatives. Ultimately, we expect that this conference can be a platform to discuss and share the discourse and best practices among academics, government officials, and practitioners in implementing openness in any governments in the world.




Indonesian Health Economics Association (InaHEA)
September 13-15, 2017
Organized by Faculty of Public Health Universitas Airlangga

Registration | InaHEA Website | Ifory

  • 4th inaHEA Annual Scientific Meeting & International Seminar on Health Economics

    September 13, 2017 – September 15, 2017

    Indonesian Health Economics Association (InaHEA) is an association of expert in the field of health economics in Indonesia. InaHEA is affiliated with International Health Economics Association (IHEA) that alreadey existed as the biggest health econimic forum in the world. Since 2014, InaHEA is consistent holding annual scientific meeting discussing various current issues related to health economic in Indonesia.

    Our previous annual scientific meeting were attended by hundreds of participants of participants across bations. the conference papers were published by InaHEA with ISBN Number.

    1. 24 to 25 January 2014, the 1st Annual Scientific Meeting held in Bandung
    2. 7 to 10 April 2015, the 2nd Annual Scientific Meeting held in Jakarta
    3. 28 to 30 July 2016 InaHEA 3rd Annual Scientific Meeting held in Yogyakarta

    In 2017, InaHEA in collaboration with Departement of Health Policy and Administration Faculty of Public Health Universitas Airlangga and Center of Health Economics and Policy Studies (CHEPS) Faculty of Public Health Universitas Indonesia proundly host the 4th Annual Scientific Meeting of InaHEA. The Topic of this year annual meeting is " The 3rd years Implementation of National Health Insurance in Indonesia".

    There will be health economic workshop as the prelimiary sessin. There are some themes offered as workshop for this pre annual scientific meeting. It will trained by many health economic experts in Indonesia. This workshop will be held in 13 September 2017.

    The annual scientific meeting in 14-15 September 2017 will be hold plenary and paralel session. Distinguished experts in Health Economics across the world will deliver the discussion on plenary session. this discussion will be also attended by key decision makers in Indonesia.

    The annual scientific meeting of InaHEA committe welcome research articles for oral or poster presentation to be presented in parallel session.



    " The 3rd years Implementation of National Health Insurance in Indonesia"


    1. To share information to improve health policies at the national annd regional goverment and at institution.
    2. Tp share information among institutions such as hospitals, clinics, health centers, pharmaceutical companies, etc.
    3. to exchange information among academicians.



    1. Health Economics: Economics Evaluation, Pharmacoeconomics, and Health Technology Assessment (HTA)
    2. Health Strengthening System: Human Resources for Health, Primary Health Care, Health Promotion and Challenges in Health care Services.
    3. Health Policy: Health Policy Planning, Health Policy Implementation and Health Policy Analysis
    4. Health Financing: Health Care financing, Planning, funding, and Efficiency in Health Care financing
    5. National Health Insurances Implementation: Evaluation and Challanges of National Health Insurance Implementation
    6. Economics of Tobaco Control: Impact of Tobacco Use on Poverty, economic Development and Patterns of Tobacco Use by Poverty and country Income Group


    Who Should Attend?

    The Prospective Participants are not only Limited to academition. The annual scientific meeting also important for policy makers related to helth services development, top and middle management of health institution, decision makers and NGO related to helthcare.



    A. Keynote Speakers

    1. Prof.Dr.dr. Nila Djuwita F.Moeloek SpM(K), Minister of Health Republic Indonesia*)
    2. Dr. H. Soekarwo, S.H, M.Hum, Governor of East Java Province, Indonesia*)


    B. General Lecture "Macro Economics on Health in Indonesia"

    1. Sri Mulyani Indrawati, S.E., M.Sc., Ph.D., Minister of Finance Republic Indonesia*)


    C. Distinguished Experts in Health Economics and Public Health and Practitioners

    1. Prof. Ascobat Gani, MPH., Dr.PH (Universitas Indonesia, Indonesia)
    2. Prof Hasbullah Thabrany, dr., MOH., Dr.PH. (Universitas Indonesia, Indonesia)
    3. Prof. Dr. Laksono Trisnantoro, M.SC., Ph.D. (Universitas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia)
    4. Prof. Dr. H. M. alimin Maidin, dr., MPH. (Universitas Hasanuddin, Indonesia)
    5. Prof. Budi Hidayat, S.KM., MPPM., Ph.D. (Universitas Indonesia, Indonesia)
    6. Widodo J. Pudjirahardjo, Dr.PH (Universitas Airlangga, Indonesia)
    7. Prof. Anthony Culyer* (University of York, UK)
    8. Kalipso Chalkidou* (Imperial College London, UK)
    9. Francis Ruiz* (Imperial Callege London, UK)
    10. Yot Terawattananon* (HITAP, Thailand)
    11. Prof. Nikos Maniadakis*(National School of Public Health, Greece)
    12. Mark Parascandola, Ph.D* (National Cancer Institute, USA)
    13. Ir. tri Risma Harini, MT* (Mayor of Surabaya)


    Before submitting paper or doing registration, please read these manuals carfully Abstract Gudelines


ICIBL 2017 Sharia Compliance
October 25-26, 2017
Organized by Faculty of Law Universitas Airlangga


  • International Conference On Islamic Bussiness Law : Sharia Compliance

    October 25, 2017 – October 26, 2017

    Collaboration 4 Universities

    Islamic law has exaggerated worlds of business and finance from countries where Islam are commonly practiced expands to a wider countries and societies. There are challenges on how to accommodate the implementation of the Islamic law insight to the business practice and the law. Those challenge includes ICIBL provides opportunities for authors and speakers to present their work. We encourage participants to focus their papers and address the conference themes. Within this broad conference theme, there are six chambers in which will focus on the following themes Banking Law, Commercial and Company Law, Insurance Law, Financial System and Regulation, Islamic Jurisprudence, Zakah and Waqf Governance.

    Therefore, it is essential to provide legal and regulative framework encompassing the adoption of Islamic law ensuring legal certainty and compliance both for the government and business and society.

    Invited Speakers:

    Before submitting paper or doing registration, please read these manuals carefully: Author Guidelines :: Author Manual :: Participant Manual :: Payment Instruction



    Selected papers will be published by IPN Education Group, indexed by : ERA and/or Scopus and/or Web of Science CPCI-SSH Clarivate Analitycs (formerly known as Thomson Reuters/ISI Web of Knowledge).

    Other accepted papers will be published in Yuridika Journal (ISSN: 0215-849X) indexed by DOAJ.

International Conference on Record and Library

Indonesian Association for Public Administration (ICRL)
October 11-12, 2017
Organized: Faculty of Vokasi Sciences Universitas Airlangga


  • The 3rd International Conference on Record and Library

    October 11, 2017 – October 12, 2017

    This event is a forum to gather academicians, practitioners, researchers, observers, and students from all over Indonesia and Asia to discuss issues related to the local knowledge management in the present time and the future through scientific paper discussions from keynote speaker, invited speaker, and conference participants.

    The Purpose of the Event

    1. To build a simultaneous scientific communication among information professionals and exchange knowledge to solve issues related to the local knowledge.
    2. To establish a forum which may lead to the creation of innovations in the fields of the local knowledge management.



Forum Informatika Kesehatan Indonesia 2017

Forum Informatika Kesehatan Indonesia Ke-5
6 - 10 Nopember 2017
Organized by Faculty of Public Health Universitas Airlangga


  • Forum Informatika Kesehatan Indonesia 2017

    November 6, 2017 – November 10, 2017

    Forum Informatika Kesehatan Indonesia (FIKI) adalah acara dua tahunan dengan tema dan strategi terkini untuk mendukung pembangunan kesehatan. Forum Informatika Kesehatan Indonesia yang pertama diselenggarakan pada tahun 2010 di Yogyakarta dengan tema Memperkuat Tenaga Kesehatan Menuju Integrasi dan Standardisasi Sistem Informasi Kesehatan. Acara ini diselenggarakan oleh SIMKES Fakultas Kedokteran Universitas Gadjah Mada. Pada tahun 2011, FIKI ke-2 diadakan oleh Clinical Epidemiology and Evidence Based Medicine (CEEBM) Rumah Sakit Ciptomangunkusumo - Fakultas Kedokteran Universitas Indonesia, Jakarta dengan tema Sistem Informasi untuk Mendukung Pengobatan Berbasis Bukti dan Kesehatan Masyarakat. Universitas Dian Nuswantoro, Semarang menggelar FIKI ke 3 pada tahun 2013 dengan tema Sistem Informasi Kesehatan untuk Mengajukan Pemberlakuan Cakupan Kesehatan Universal Indonesia. Pada tahun 2015, FIKI ke 4 diselenggarakan oleh SIMKES di Yogyakarta dengan tema 'eHealth and mHealth: inovasi untuk kesehatan berkelanjutan (sHealth)'

    Forum Informatika Kesehatan Indonesia (FIKI) merupakan wadah bagi para praktisi, penentu kebijaan, akademisi, peneliti, developer dan user untuk dapat berdiskusi dan berbagi pengalaman serta perkembangan terkini tentang SIK dan teknologi informasi. Forum ini juga menjadi wadah dalam mendiskusikan permasalahan dan alternatif solusi permasalahan yang terjadi beserta tantangan kedepan dalam peran SIK dan teknologi informasi dalam perannya untuk pembangunan kesehatan.

    Kesehatan merupakan salah satu komponen penting dalam SDGs. Kerangka kerja SDGs mendorong berbagai program terkait untuk tercapainya penurunan angka kematian ibu dan bayi, pengendalian penyakit menular dan tidak menular, pencegahan penyalahgunaan obat, dan pencapaian akses semesta serta universal health coverage. Melalui tujuan SDGs diharapkan dapat meningkatkan pembangunan kesehatan dan menjamin kehidupan yang sehat dan mendorong kesejahteraan bagi semua orang di segala usia.

    Integrasi dan komitmen dari seluruh sektor terkait mulai dari perencanaan sampai pelaksanaan merupakan kunci dari keberhasilan SDGs disuatu negara, termasuk di Indonesia. Tersediannya data dan informasi yang akurat dan disajikan secara cepat dan tepat waktu diharapkan dapat mendukung pengambilan keputusan dalam keberhasilan mencapai tujuan SDGs di Indonesia.

    Informasi kesehatan diartikan sebagai data kesehatan yang telah diolah atau diproses menjadi bentuk yang mengandung nilai dan makna yang berguna untuk meningkatkan pengetahuan dalam mendukung pembangunan kesehatan. Sistem Informasi Kesehatan (SIK) merupakan tatanan pengalihbentukan data menjadi informasi kesehatan bagi keperluan pengambilan keputusan sehingga dapat dilakukan berbagai bentuk rangkaian tindakan pembangunan kesehatan. Data dan informasi inilah yang kemudian menjadi acuan dalam proses manajemen, pengambilan keputusan, perencanaan, dan akuntabilitas.

    Perkembangan teknologi informasi yang semakin cepat diharapkan dapat digunakan sebaik mungkin untuk pencapaian tujuan program. Pemanfaatan teknologi informasi seperti cloud computing, mobile health, telehealth dan biotechnology diharapkan dapat mempercepat arus data dan menghasilkan informasi yang cepat dan valid. Suatu SIK yang terkonsep dan terstruktur dengan baik serta didukung teknologi informasi yang tepat akan menghasilkan keluaran yang baik juga.

    Implementasi SIK dan teknologi informasi di Indonesia masih menemui kendala. Kesenjangan integrasi sistem, kualitas data dan informasi, konsistensi dan standarisasi, keberagaman sumber daya termasuk sumber daya manusia, akses dan fasilitas masih menjadi permasalahan dalam pemanfaatan SIK di Indonesia. Berbagai upaya perlu terus dilakukan agar SIK dan teknologi informasi dapat dimanfaatkan secara optimal.

    Indonesia Health Informatics Forum is biennial event with current issues theme and strategy to support health development. The first Indonesia Health Informatics Forum was held on 2010 in Yogyakarta with theme Strengthening Health Workforce Toward Integration and Standardization of Health Information System. The event was organized by SIMKES Faculty of Medicine Universitas Gadjah Mada. In 2011, the 2nd FIKI was held by Clinical Epidemiology and Evidence Based Medicine (CEEBM) Ciptomangunkusumo Hospital – Faculty of Medicine University of Indonesia, Jakarta with theme Information System to Support Evidence Based Medicine and Community Health. Universitas Dian Nuswantoro, Semarang held the 3rd FIKI in 2013 with theme Health Information System to Succeed the Enactment of Indonesia Universal Health Coverage. In 2015, the 4th FIKI was held by SIMKES in Yogyakarta with theme ‘eHealth and mHealth: innovation for sustainable health (sHealth)’

    Indonesia Health Informatics Forum (Forum Informatika Kesehatan Indonesia/FIKI) is the forum for practical experts, decision makers, academicians, researchers, developers and users to discuss and share experience and cutting edge issues in HIS and information technology. This forum provides the opportunity to generate alternative problem solving and how to tackle the future challenge regarding HIS and information technology role in the health development.

    Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are new development agenda that accommodate all of post MDGs-2015 alteration. It is linked to global change issues of natural resources, environmental destruction, climate changes, social protection, food and energy and pro-poor development program. SDGs has more universal target and aim to accomplish world future challenges.
    Health is one of important component in SDGs. SDGs framework promote varies program related to maternal and child mortality reduction, communicable and non-communicable disease control, prevention of drug abuse, and universal health coverage. SDGs is expected to improve health development and assure healthy life and promote prosperity for all of human being. Integration and commitment of all relevant sectors, from planning to implementation is the key of SDGs achievement in a country, including Indonesia. The availability of data and timely accurate information is expected to support decision making to achieve SDGs goal in Indonesia.

    Health informatics is a data on health that has been processed and analyzed into meaningful value to improve knowledge and health development. Health Informatics System (HIS) is the system of data transformation into health information for decision making. This data and information become the recommendation for management process, decision making, planning and accountability.

    A fast growing of information technology should be benefiting to achieve program goals. The utilization of information technology such as cloud computing, mobile health, telehealth and biotechnology is possible to accelerate data flow and produce timely and valid information. A well-structured HIS that supported by adequate information technology will generate reliable output.
    There are some burdens in the implementation of HIS and information technology in Indonesia. Gap on system integration, data and information quality, consistency and standardization, varied of resources including human resources; access and infrastructure become the problem of HIS utilization in Indonesia. Various efforts need to be done to increase the optimum HIS utilization.






    • Diseminasi kebijakan pemerintah tentang SIK dan teknologi informasi berikut implementasinya
    • Memahami peran dan strategi SIK dan teknologi informasi dalam pencapaian tujuan SDGs
    • Memahami current issues dan informasi strategis tentang SIK dan teknologi informasi berikut implementasinya pada berbagai layanan kesehatan
    • Diseminasi hasil penelitian dan inovasi terbaru tentang SIK dan teknologi informasi
    • Meningkatkan ketrampilan integrasi sistem menggunakan District Health Information Software 2 (DHIS2)
    • Meningkatkan ketrampilan bridging system pada P-Care
    • Membahas standar kurikulum bagi pendidikan sistem informasi kesehatan
    • Memperkuat jejaring praktisi, akademisi, dan instansi yang terlibat dalam pengembangan pendidikan dan penelitian serta implementasi SIZ

    FIKI 2017 in Surabaya will have the series of event includes Call for Paper, Pre Conference Workshop, Conference (2 days) and will be ended by Post Conference. The aims of FIKI 2017 are:

    • Disseminating of the government policy related to HIS and information technology and its implementation.
    • Understanding the role and strategy of HIS and information technology to achieve SDGs goals.
    • Recognizing the current issues dan strategic information related HIS and technology and how it is implemented in various health care services.
    • Disseminating of research and recent innovation of HIS and information technology.
    • Improving skills on integrated system using District Health Information Software 2 (DHIS2)
    • Improving skills on bridging system in P-Care
    • Discussing standard curriculum of Health Informatics System study
    • Strengthening networking for practical experts, academicians, and institution that involved in education and research development, and HIS implementation.



    Topik utama:

    • Best practice implementasi SIK dan TI dalam menunjang program kesehatan
    • Integrasi dan interoperabilitas sistem informasi
    • Standarisasi data dan informasi kesehatan
    • Inovasi teknologi informasi di bidang kesehatan
    • Inovasi dan implementasi e-Health dan m-Health
    • Penelitian klinis dan epidemiologi berbasis teknologi informasi

    Main Topics:

    • Best practice in implementation of HIS and technology to support health programs
    • Integration and interoperability informatics system
    • Standardization of health data and information
    • Innovation of information technology in health
    • Innovation and implementation of eHealth and mHealth
    • Information technology based in Clinical and epidemiological research

    Topik lain yang terkait:

    • Rekam kesehatan elektronik
    • Diagnostic Releted Group
    • Manajemen informasi kesehatan
    • Patient safety
    • Kerahasiaan dan keamanan data elektronik
    • Telemedicine
    • Sistem informasi klinis dan sistem informasi pendukung keputusan klinis
    • Sistem informasi surveilans kesehatan masyarakat
    • Sistem informasi keperawatan
    • Sistem Informasi Geografis di bidang kesehatan
    • Knowledge discovery dan data mining
    • Sistem informasi radiologi
    • Sistem informasi laboratorium
    • Sistem informasi farmasi
    • Informatika dalam institusi pendidikan kesehatan

    Other relevant topics:

    • Electronic Health Record
    • Diagnostic Related Group
    • Health information Management
    • Patient safety
    • Electronic data confidentiality and security
    • Telemedicine
    • Clinical Information system and supporting information for clinical diagnosis
    • Public health surveillance information system
    • Information system in nursing
    • Geographic information system in health
    • Knowledge discovery and data mining
    • Hospital Information system
    • Primary health care information system
    • Radiology information system
    • Laboratory information system
    • Pharmacy information system
    • Informatics in health education institution



    Name : Hotel Marcure, Surabaya

    Address : Jl. Raya Darmo No.68-78, DR. Soetomo, Tegalsari, Kota SBY, Jawa Timur 60264

    website of the conference venue :

    Date : Senin-Jum'at, 6 - 10 November 2017



    Keynote speaker :

    1. Menteri Kesehatan RI (Minister of Health, Indonesia Ministry of Health) *Masih dalam konfirmasi

    Plenary Session:

    1. World Health Organization (WHO)
    2. Asia e-Health Information Network (AeHIN)
    3. Walikota Surabaya (The Major of Surabaya District)
    4. Jorn Braa (Oslo University) Connectathon SIK in Indonesia
    5. Pusat Data dan Informasi (Pusdatin) Kementrian Kesehatan RI (National Data and Information Center, Indonesia Ministry of Health)
    6. Demographic Health Survey
    7. Satu Data Indonesia (National Team for Poverty Reduction Acceleration/Tim Nasional Percepatan Penanggulangan Kemiskinan (TNP2K))
    8. Indo Health Care Forum
    9. Subdit Surveilans Kementrian Kesehatan RI (Surveillance sub directorate Indonesia Ministry of Health)
    10. Badan Penanggulangan Bencana Daerah Jawa Timur (National Board  for Disaster Management, East Java Province)
    11. Information System Audit and Control Association (ISACA) Serving IT Governance Professionals



    FIKI 2017 mengajak para profesional kesehatan, akademisi, praktisi, peneliti, pembuat kebijakan, mahasiswa di sektor terkait dan industri. Target perserta FIKI 2017 meliputi:

    • Pembuat kebijakan data dan informasi di Kementerian Kesehatan serta Dinas Kesehatan Propinsi, Kabupaten, dan Kota.
    • Praktisi Informatika Kesehatan dalam fasilitas pelayanan kesehatan, rumah sakit, klinik, puskesmas, BPJS, jaminan kesehatan, dan institusi kesehatan lain.
    • Klinisi antara lain dokter, perawat, asisten laboratorium, dan praktisi pelayanan kesehatan lain
    • Staff non klinisi seperti perekam medis dan staf administrasi.
    • Praktisi kesehatan masyarakat, epidemiologi, biostatistik, dan sistem informasi kesehatan masyarakat.
    • Peneliti, dosen, mahasiswa sistem informasi, pendidikan dokter, kesehatan masyarakat, pendidikan keperawatan, rekam medis, ilmu komputer, dan sebagainya.

    FIKI 2017 invite health professional, academicians, experts, researchers, decision makers, students in relevant field and industry. Target of audience FIKI 2017 include:

    • Policy maker in data and information ministry of health, province and district of health office
    • Professional in health informatics for health care services, hospital, clinics, primary health care, BPJS, health insurance and other allied health institution
    • Clinicians include medical doctor, nurse, laboratory assistant and other professional in health care services
    • Non clinician staff include medical recorder and administrative staff
    • Professional in public health, epidemiologist, biostatistician, and public health information system
    • Researcher, lecturer, student in informatics system, medical, public health, nursing, medical record, computer science etc

    Sebelum Paper Anda Submit atau Registrasi, mohon membaca petunjuk ini dengan seksama (Before Submitting Paper or doing registration, Please Read These manuals carefully) Author Guidelines in English / Author Guidelines in Indonesia :: Author Manual :: Payment Instruction


    Naskah yang dikirim akan melalui proses seleksi untuk menentukan naskah tersebut akan dipaparkan dalam bentuk oral presentation, poster atau ditolak. Naskah yang diterima akan dimuat dalam prosiding FIKI 2017 dengan ISBN. Naskah terbaik akan mendapat penghargaan yang akan diserahkan pada kegiatan conference. Sertifikat hanya  diberikan kepada participant yang hadir saat hari pelaksanaan Pra dan Post Conference

    (The submitted manuscript will go through the selection process to determine the text will be presented in oral presentation, poster or rejected. The accepted text will be published in the proceedings of FIKI 2017 with ISBN. The best script will be awarded for the conferenceCertificates are only given to participants who presented during the Pre and Post Conference days )

International Conference on Law, Governance and Globalization

ICLGG 2017
November 15-16, 2017
Organized by Faculty of Law Universitas Airlangga


The 4th International Conference on Urban Studies : Border and Mobility

Transgressing (B)Order: Place, Space, Identity and Discourse
December 8-10, 2017
Organized by Faculty of Humanities Universitas Airlangga


The 8th International Nursing Conference 2017 (INC 8)

The 8th International Nursing Conference 2017 (INC 8)
July 2-3, 2017
Organized by Faculty of Nursing Universitas Airlangga



    April 8, 2016 – April 9, 2016

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    April 8, 2017 – April 9, 2017

    International Nursing Conference (INC) is an annual conference that organized by Faculty of Nursing, Universitas Airlangga, Indonesia. Since it had been initiated in 2010, INC enters the 8th edition in 2017 with the theme of “Education, Practice And Research Development In Nursing".This conference covers the topics but not limited to terminally-ill children care, youth health behavior, nursing education innovation, geriatric nursing care innovation, innovation in pressure ulcer wound care, innovation care and research NCD, public health nursing innovation, mental Health and gender issues, and maternity of nursing.This conference provides fascinating forum for researchers, academicians, students, and professionals across the world from various health science fields to interact and disseminate their researches in lastest issues. It also offers an opportunity to the participants enjoying the heritage and beauty of Surabaya and East Java-Indonesia.

    The scope of this conference, but are not limited to research result of:
    • Fundamental of Nursing
    • Management in Nursing
    • Medical-Surgical Nursing
    • Critical Care Nursing
    • Community Health Nursing
    • Mental Health Nursing
    • Geriatric Nursing
    • Family Nursing
    • Maternity Nursing
    • Women's Health
    • Pediatric Nursing
    • Education in Nursing
    Invited Speakers:

    before submitting paper or doing registration, please read these manuals carefully: Author Guidelines :: Author Manual :: Participant Manual :: Payment Instruction


    Poltekkes Surabaya, Poltekkes Surakarta, STIKes Surya Mitra Husada Kediri, STIKes Pemkab Jombang


    Indexed by :

    Selected papers will be published by Atlantis Press. The Proceeding will be indexed in Conference Proceedings Citation Index (CPCI) bt Thomson Reuters, Google Scholar.

    - Selected paper that publish in: Atlantis Press Must Pay IDR 1.000.000
    - Selected paper that publish in: Jurnal Ners must pay IDR 500.000

International Conference Postgraduate School Universitas Airlangga Surabaya

May 17, 2017
Organized by Postgraduate School Universitas Airlangga


  • The 1st International Conference

    August 1, 2017 – August 2, 2017

    A new website of ICPSUAS 2017 is launched today, Wednesday, May 17th, 2017.

    The address is:

    Please all participants who have registered at the old website on re-register to the new website.


The 3rd International Conference of Psychology in Health, Education Social and Organization


  • The 3rd International Conference of Psychology in Health, Education Social and Organization

The 17th Asian Conference on Clinical Pharmacy

ACCP 2017
Organized by Faculty of Pharmacy Universitas Airlangga


  • The 17th Asian Conference on Clinical Pharmacy

The 2nd International Conference of Pharmaceutics and Phamaceutical Sciences


  • The 2nd International Conference of Pharmaceutics and Phamaceutical Sciences

3rd International Conference on Contemporary Social and Political Affair (ICOCSPA) 2017

3rd International Conference on Contemporary Social and Political Affair (ICOCSPA) 2017

Sept 6-7, 2017


  • International Conference on Contemporary Social and Political Affair (ICOCSPA) 2017

    September 6, 2017 – September 7, 2017

    Development produces two main outcomes to the society, namely a secure or insecure world. A secure world suggests that society has achieved a prosperous, just, peaceful, and sustainable environment. Alternatively, an insecure world represents injustice, violence, poverty, environmental degradation, and other forms of insecurity. The relationship between development and security, as a concept and political project, is typically dialectic. However, it can be tracked down from the history of the term “development”. The idea of “development”, as both a theoretical thought and political project since the emergence of modern state in 20th century, has been accepted in the framework of state’s policy, particularly by Western countries. After the establishment of new modern states in the Asia Pacific, development was considered as a global project which was driven by developed states in the West. The notion of development as a political project, known scholarly as ‘developmentalism’, has been adopted since 1960s to 1990s in Latin America and Asia Pacific.

    The consequences of developmentalism have been criticized by social and political scholars such as Jürgen Habermas (critical studies), Anthony Giddens (third way), Serge Latouche (postdevelopment), and others scholars. Development since 20st centuries got its theoretical foundation from the philosophy of modernism. Modernism put the society as an object of changing formulation which is known as the grand narrative of development. The society should adapt and leave their previous social system and start using the formula of modernism. Furthermore, the state’s function is to control and dominate the grand narrative by utilizing its laws and apparatuses. Such the case of Indonesia during New Order era, when the bureaucracies, military forces, and the dominant political party (namely Golkar), were used to control the implementation of the Western notion of development. The actual political participation and critical feedback from the society were absent. In turn, the developmentalist model of the New Order has generated environmental problems, corruption, criminality, poverty, political violence, and social violent conflicts nationwide. This historical condition conveys the need for a critical reflection about the potential problematic relationship between the idea and model of developmentalist approach and the security/insecurity issues.

    During the Cold War (1950-1980s), the binary opposition between the United States and the Soviet Union has generated a narrow focus in the study of International Relations. In this era, the study on security emanated from a more traditional and strategic perspective which concerned on issues such as nuclear deterrence and arms race. However, when the Cold War ended, the sudden conclusion of a strategic grand narrative of great power rivalry has created the need to look at other, previously-neglected security issues. At the same time, the practice of developmentalism has created a form of global catastrophe, which was being neglected by previous security studies’ scholars, due to the presence of the Cold War grand strategic narrative. A widening and deepening process of discursive ideas then constructed more diverse approaches regarding the issue of security. The idea of development and security came together to introduced a new perspective of security studies. From the narrow-focus on great power confrontation and military aspect, the new security approach discusses the problems of intrastate and interstate political violence, poverty, human rights, cyber-crimes, terrorism, and environmental degradation. Those problems suggested a probable causal relationship with the project of development in world society.

    Therefore, development and security issues need a special attention from both theoretical and field studies in order to comprehend the world society direction. It becomes the main topic of the 3rdInternational Conference on Contemporary Social and Political Affairs (ICoCSPA) 2017 that will be hosted by the Faculty of Social and Political Sciences UniversitasAirlangga. It is in this regard that we would like to invite you for the research paper submission.