The burden of disease is the impact of a health problem as measured by different indicators, for example, financial cost, mortality or morbidity.  The Ministry of Health of the Republic of Indonesia said that Indonesia is experiencing triple load health problems. It means that Indonesia is still infected with infectious diseases, non-communicable diseases (NCDs) such as Hypertension, Diabetes Mellitus, Cardiovascular Disease (CVD), Ischemic Heart Disease, COPD, Cancer and diseases that have been overcome such as new diseases (infectious diseases) by the old mutated virus, such as HIV (1983), SARS (2003), Avian Influenza (2004), and H1N1 (2009). Morbidity and mortality of infectious diseases are relatively high, such as Tuberculosis (TB), Leprosy, Diarrhea, DHF, Filariasis, Malaria, Leptospirosis, etc. The World Health Organization (2017) estimated about half of the 56.4 million deaths worldwide can be attributed to just 10 causes. Among them, ischemic heart disease and stroke were the lead killers, accounting for a total of 15 million deaths. Both communicable and non-communicable diseases have been the primary culprits of deaths all over the world in the last two decades. The impact of the triple burden of disease is the government has to make decisions concerning the spending of the health budget.

According to data from the Global Burden of Disease 2010 and Health Sector Review 2014, the deaths caused by non-communicable diseases (NCDs), namely stroke ranked first. Though 30 years ago, infectious diseases such as upper respiratory infections (ARI), tuberculosis and diarrhea are the most diseases in health services. The shift in the pattern of these diseases, allegedly due to changes in people’s lifestyles. The triple burden poses a threat to the nation because the large productive age population should contribute to the public health community. Unfortunately, the contribution is threatened due to disruption of health by NCDs and unhealthy living behavior.

In order to overcome Triple Burden, we need a very effective, promotive, preventive and curative approach to address various health challenges. Furthermore, the prevention of infectious or non-communicable diseases depends on individual behavior. All of the approaches should be supported by the quality of the environment, the availability of facilities and infrastructure, improvement of health services, quality of health resources and government regulation. Another step by doing a healthy Indonesia program with a family approach where 12 indicators become the marker of a family’s health status. A healthy Indonesia program with a family approach is implemented in stages with a target of all Puskesmas should implement it in 2019. The President of Indonesia has also launched a healthy life movement (Germas). Germas is a systematic and planned action undertaken jointly by all components of the nation with awareness, willingness, and ability to behave healthily to improve the quality of life.

In connection with the improvement of the quality of Health Human Resources, the collaboration among health professions is needed in the face of Triple Burden. In addition, practitioners who jumped directly in handling Triple Burden also need the role of health researchers to find the latest thoughts and financial support that can be applied in government programs in the field of health.

Therefore, multi professionals health collaboration is an essential approach to address the Triple Burden Diseases, especially in Developing Countries. In conclusion,  we need to conduct an International Conference held under the theme  “Combatting The Growing Epidemic Of Triple Burden Diseases through Interprofessional Health Collaboration in Developing Countries“.

Aim and Scope

Formulating a strategy and design model in order to alleviate triple burden diseases focused on several Thomson Reuters consists of : Obesity, Cardiovascular disease, Renal disease, Diabetes Mellitus, Cancer, Chronic Respiratory disease, Mental Health, Trauma and this complications, Implementation Research in NCDs, Health System and Policies on NCDs, Health Reproduction, Maternal and Child Health and Contagious disease in developing countries through Interprofessional Health Collaboration

Invited Speakers
Prof. dr. Endang Laksminingsih, M.PH.Dr.PH (Universitas Indonesia)

Jane Buncuan (University Malaysia Sarawak)

Teresita R. Irigo-Barcelo, PhD.R.N (Centro Escolar University Philipine)

Ass. Prof Niramol Punbusayakul, PhD (Burapha University Thailand)

Prof Ritu Priya ( Jawahalal Nehru University Delhi)


Venue and Activities

Grage Hotel Bengkulu

Pantai Nala Street 142 Anggut Bawah Bengkulu

Important Dates

The Conference will be held on :

Day / Date    :    Tuesday – Thursday / 30 – 31 October 2018

Time                :    09.00 am to  16.00 pm

1 November 2018 City Tour

Call for Papers
Participants: Lecturers, Students, Public People, the Official government are invited to submit their manuscript on time


Abstract and Paper Submission

July 13 – September 15, 2018 Submit Abstract

September 16, 2018 Notification of Abstract

September 23, 2018 Deadline Full Paper



Registration Fee and Payment

General Participant

No Conference Package Participant Fee
Early Bird On Site
1 Oral/poster presentation, symposium listeners, city tour Rp. 2.000.000
2 Oral/poster presentation Rp     900.000
3 Symposium Rp.    500.000  Rp.     600.000

Student Participant

No Conference Package Participant Fee
Early Bird On Site
1 Oral/poster presentation Rp.   400.000
2 Symposium Rp.   200.000 Rp.     300.000


Payment Date:  September, 17-30 2018

Account Number : 179-00-6669966-6   a.n Yuniarti ICHIC  Bengkulu – Mandiri Bank


Place               :    Grage Hotel, Bengkulu

Jl. Pantai Nala 142, Anggut Bawah – Bengkulu

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Advisory Board
Prof. Dr. Rosalind Gibson (Otago University New Zealand)

J. Fernandes, Ph.D (Seameo- BIOTROP)

Prof Khor Geok Lin (IMU Malaysia)

Muctharuddin Mansyur, MD, PhD (Universitas Indonesia)

Prof. Dr. Mustafa,  Apt.,M.Kes (Universitas Gadjah Mada)


Scientific Committee

Wasaporn Chanput, Ph.D (Kaser)tsart University Thailand

Grace Wangge (SEAMEO RECFON)

Dr. Rina Kusumaratna (Universitas Trisakti)

Prof. Dr. Hardinsyah, MS (Institut Pertanian Bogor)

Prof. Purnawan Junaidi, dr.,MPH., Ph.D (Universitas Indonesia)

dr. Ahmad Hamim  Sadewa, Ph.D (Universitas Gadjah Mada)

Agung Waluyo, SKp, MSc. PhD (Universitas Indonesia)

Prof Budi Anna Keliat (Universitas Indonesia)

Chris Adhiyanto, M.Biomed, PhD (UIN Syarif Hidayatullah)

Qorinah Estining Tyas Sakila Andani, SST, M.Keb, Ph.D (Auckland University New Zealand)

Prof. Zahra Saad MSc, B, Sc (Nsg) SCM Dean (Mahsa University





Chief Patron

Darwis, S.Kp., M.Kes (Director of Poltekkes Kemenkes Bengkulu)


Organizing Committee

Dr. Tonny C. Maigoda, SKM., M.A (Chair)

Yuniarti, SST., M.Kes

Resva Meinisasti, M.Farm., Apt


Conference Secretariat :

Krisyanella, M.Farm., Apt

Reka Lagora Marsofely, SST, M.Kes


Technical Committee

Likusman, SKM., MPH

Revi, S.Kom

Sandy Ardiansyah, SST


  1. Resva Meinisasti, M.Farm., Apt (Hp. 081271911633)
  2. Krisyanella, M.Farm., Apt (Hp. 081363416942)
  3. Ade Sissca Villia, S.Pd (Hp. 085788066608)
  4. Dailin, S.Pd (Hp. 082186191328)