Annual Bandung Infectious Disease Symposium – November 2008

Background
Infectious diseases is the most important cause of morbidity and mortality in Indonesia, but we have not yet effectively controlled or managed it. New knowledge is gained rapidly and advancements of medical biotechnology have provided many new possibilities for control and management of  infectious diseases.
These new possibilities must be used to the benefit of the Indonesian medical community. In addition, with the increasing problem of infectious diseases that is related to behavior like HIV and Avian Flu infection, multidisciplinary approach is very much needed. Health providers and researchers are challenge by this ever increasing problem. This meeting is aimed to provide service provider (doctor, nurse, laboratory specialists) and scientists with these new skills and knowledge in order to effectively control and manage infectious disease.

DATE AND VENUE
Date  : Friday – Saturday : 21st and 22nd November 2008
Place : Horison Hotel, Bandung

THEMES (SEE TENTATIVE SCHEDULE FOR DETAIL INFORMATION)
1. Health promotion and HIV-prevention
2. Clinical presentation and treatment of HIV/AIDS
3. Tuberculosis and HIV
4. HIV-services in prison, methadone services and community
5. Occupational risks related to HIV/AIDS
6. Economic and public health aspects of HIV
7. Sexually transmitted diseases; prevention and care
8. Dengue fever update on new diagnostics and management
9. Avian influenza
10. Bacterial sepsis
11. Fungal infections
12. Malaria management update

Speakers from:
1. Medical Faculty Universitas Padjadjaran, Hassan Sadikin Hospital
2. Universitas Padjadjaran, Hasan Sadikin Hospital
3. University of Indonesia, Cipto Mangunkusumo Hospital, Jakarta
4. University of Nijmegen, Netherlands
5. University of Maastricht, Belgium
7. IMPACT – (Integrated Prevention, Control and Treatment of HIV/AIDS West-Java)
8. Litnagkes Depkes RI/ US.Neval Medical Research Unit II
9. Komite Penanggulangan AIDS Nasional & Provinsi Jawa Barat
10. SEA-ICRN (South East Asia – Influenza Clinical Reserch Network)
11. Ministry of Heath

CONTACT DETAILS
Contact person : Nonon Saribanon, Siti Wulandari
Telephone         : 022-2037893, 022-70820078
Fax                    : 022-2037893
Email                 : bandungideas@yahoo.com
web site             : http://www.bandungideas.co.cc
Address              : Tropical Infectious Disease Unit
                             Departement of Internal Medicine, Faculty of Medicine,
                             Padjadjaran University, Hasan Sadikin Hospital
                             Jl. Pasirkaliki 190 Bandung

REGISTRATION FEE
                               Before 1 Nov 2008       After 1 Nov 2008
Specialist                  :  Rp. 600.000,-                Rp. 700.000,-
General Practitioners : Rp. 400.000,-                 Rp. 500.000,-

Transfer to:
Bank Mandiri KCP Bdg RS. Hasan Sadikin
a.n. Primal Sudjana, dr (Kas)
No. Rekening : 132.000007161.4

Download Invitation and SCHEDULE here

About Hasan

manusia biasa yang punya cita-cita tak biasa... Meski telah nomaden dan merasakan hidup di Manado, Gorontalo, Yogya, Bandung dan Semarang, masih punya impian menikmati Karunia Ilahi berupa Alam Indonesia yang luas... Melalui blog ini, beberapa cuplikan pengalaman, pengtahuan, harapan hidup saya ingin ku bagi...Semoga bermanfaat!!

Posted on October 7, 2008, in pelatihan dokter and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. aturannya hanya pejabat dan yang dianggap pejabat saja yang wajib melaporkan kekayaannya…

    duuuhhh semua temen2 calon dokterku tak tempelengi kalo ada yang ngeluh sebagai pengangguran… mbok bersyukur, meski nganggur kan ya calon ndokter dan calon mertua tetep senyum sumringah… hehehehehehe

  2. aturannya hanya pejabat dan yang dianggap pejabat saja yang wajib melaporkan kekayaannya…

    duuuhhh semua temen2 calon dokterku tak tempelengi kalo ada yang ngeluh sebagai pengangguran… mbok bersyukur, meski nganggur kan ya calon ndokter dan calon mertua tetep senyum sumringah… hehehehehehe…

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