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tsunami-aceh

International Seminar on Disaster Health Management
10 years Tsunami Aceh : Lessons Learned and Strategy
for Disaster Management on Health Sector in Indonesia

Presented by:

Working groups on Disaster Management, Faculty of Medicine UGM
And Center for Health Policy and Management, Faculty of Medicine UGM

On 17-18 December 2014


Online-writing-iconBackground

It has been 10 years after a tsunami Aceh. It was one of the deadliest disaster in Indonesian history. We can still remember, how was the devastating tsunami that was happened on 26 December 2004 at 07.58 WIB, an earthquake with magnitude 8,9 SR in Indian Ocean, 66 km west coast of Aceh and followed by a big tsunami with waves up to 12 meters, with the wave speed up to 500-900 km per hour.

Tsunami aceh has destroyed infrastructures, houses and buidings. It has not only ruin the buildings, but it also caused hundred thousand people killed, injured and lost. While, the other hundred thousand people displaced. This is a big tragedy in indonesian history, even this event is not the first tsunami happened in Indonesia. Before tsunami aceh, there was a tsunami happened in 1861 and 1907. But before tsunami aceh 2004, we don’t aware with  the importance of disaster management.

Tsunami aceh in 2004 was the tsunami with the longest ruptured in the world history. The length of ruptured under sea which being a source of earthquake and tsunami is about 1600 km. Hiro Kanamori et al. In their paper with the title “Historical seismograms for unraveling a mysterious earthquake: The 1907 Sumatra Earthquake”, did not mention the length of ruptured, but they wrote the similarity between tsunami 1907 and tsunami Nias 2005 and earthquake on November 2002.  But because the limitation of the equipment, so the length of the ruptured was not clear. Based on that similarity can be concluded that the lenght of ruptured tsunami Nias in 2005 is shorter than ruptured in tsunami Aceh 2004 (Hiro Kanamori et al. 2004).

After a big tsunami 2004, we finally aware that disaster management is very from tsunami Aceh, what elements has done good and what element needs an improvement, so we are well prepared if it happen again in the future.

Faculty of medicine UGM and RS Sardjito has helped Aceh in Tsunami 2004 for 4 years and published a book about its experinced in helping aceh with the title “ 3 Years Activities of Sardjito Hospital, Faculty of Medicine, and Faculty o Psychology UGM in Aceh”. Based in its experinced, the center for health policy and management, especially disaster management division and working gruop on disaster management faculty of medicine UGM will organize international seminar/workshop to commemorate the tsunami aceh 2004 and disaster management journey that has been conducted over 10 years.

target-2Objective:

The general objective of this seminar is to find the disaster management strategy on health sector in Indonesia

The Specific objectives:

  • the participants understand the importance of disaster preparedness to create a community resiliences.
  • the participants understand the importance of disaster surveillance on disaster management.
  • the participants understand the importance of disaster management

users accept  Speakers:

  1. Crisis Center Ministry of Health Indonesia
  2. New Zealand (ocean chapter of WADEM)
  3. WHO Indonesia
  4. Filipina, HEAD (Health Emergency and Disaster)
  5. Faculty of Medicine, UGM
  6. Faculty of Medicine, Brawijaya University
  7. Faculty of Medicine, Hasanuddin University
  8. Province Health Office, Aceh

archive-icon Topics:

  1. History of Disaster Management in Health Sector
  2. Disaster Management and Disaster Medicine
  3. The Role of Universities on Disaster Health Management in Indonesia
  4. Development of Disaster Surveillance

 

placeVenue:

Faculty of Medicine Universitas Gadjah Mada, Farmako Sekip Utara Street, Yogyakarta 55281, Indonesia.

scheduled-taskDate and Time:

    1. International Seminar             : 17th – 18th December 2014, 09.00-13.00 WIB
    2. Oral and Poster Presentation  : 17th -18th December 2014, 14- 16.00 WIB

Day 1: Wednesday, December 17 2014

08.00-08.45

Registration

08.45-09.00

Safety Briefing

09.00-09.15

Traditional Dance

09.15-09.30

Opening Remarks

  • dr. Handoyo Pramusinto, Sp.BS, Head of Disaster Working Group Faculty of Medicine, UGM
  • Prof. Dr. dr. Teguh Aryandono, Sp.B(K).Onk, Dean Faculty of Medicine, UGM

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09.30-09.45

Key note presentation: Disaster Health Management: experienced in Aceh 2004-2008

  • Prof. dr. Laksono Trisnantoro, M.Sc., Ph.D

09.45-10.00

Coffee break

10.00-11.30

Session 1 – History of Disaster Management in Health Sector

Speakers:

Moderator:

dr. Handoyo Pramusinto, Sp.BS, Head of Disaster Working Group Faculty of Medicine, UGM.

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11.30-13.00

Session 2: Disaster Management and Disaster Medicine

Speakers:

pdfdr. Carlos Primero D Gundran, EMDM, FPCEM. Senior Consultant Health Emergency and Disaster (HEAD)

pdfGraeme McColl, Ocean Chapter, World Association for Disaster and Emergency Medicine

Moderator:

  • dr. Hendro Wartatmo, Sp.BD, Advisor of Disaster Working Group, Faculty of Medicine UGM and Sardjito Hospital, Yogyakarta, Indonesia.

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13.00-14.00

Lunch Break and Exhibition/Poster Presentations

14.00-16.00

Oral and Poster Presentation

Day 2: Thursday, December 18 2014

09.00-11.00

Session 3 – The Role of Universities on Disaster Health Management in Indonesia

Speakers:

pdfdr. Ali Haedar, Sp.EM, Department of Emergency Medicine, Faculty of Medicine, Brawijaya University, Malang

pdfprof. DR. dr. Andi Asadul Islam, Sp.BS, Dean Faculty of Medicine, Hasanuddin University, Makasar

pdfdr. Handoyo Pramusinto, Sp.BS, Faculty of Medicine, Universitas Gadjah Mada

pdfdr. M. Yani, Province Health Office, Aceh

Moderator:

  • dr. Hendro Wartatmo, Sp.BD, Advisor of Disaster Working Group, Faculty of Medicine UGM and Sardjito Hospital, Yogyakarta, Indonesia.

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11.00-12.30

Session 4: Development of Disaster Surveillance

Speakers:

pdfdr. M. Yani, Province Health Office, Aceh

pdfdr. Nirmal Kandel, WHO Indonesia

pdfdr. Rossi Sanusi, MPA., Ph.D. School of Public Health, Faculty of Medicine, UGM

Moderator:

  • dr. Nandy Wilasto, MPH, School of Public Health, Faculty of Medicine, UGM

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12.30-13.30

Lunch Break and Exhibition/Poster Presentations

13.30-15.30

Oral and Poster Presentation

Moderator:

  • dr. Bella Donna, M.Kes, Chief of Disaster Management Division, Center for Health Policy and Management, Faculty of Medicine, UGM

Award for the best poster presentation

15.30-16.00

Closing

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Participants:

Participants from Indonesia and Neighborhood countries (Asia Pacific) are welcome to participate in this seminar. Participants are expected to submit abstract in English.  In the presentation (oral and poster), participants can used Bahasa Indonesia and English. The official language of the seminar is English. Expected numbers of participants are around 300 participants.

Participants are expected to attend:

  1. Health practice
  2. Local government
  3. Health workers in Health District Office (Section on outbreaks and disaster)
  4. Health workers in Primary Health Care (puskesmas) (Section on outbreaks and disaster)
  5. Clinicians, nurse, midwife, and other health workers in hospital (hospital disaster team)
  6. Local Agency for Disaster Management (BPBD) (Section on emergency and preparedness)
  7. Activist in Humanitarian and disaster, NGO
  8. Lectures and researcher
  9. Graduate student on disaster medicine, public health preparedness, nursing, and disaster management.

archive-iconCall for Abstract (Oral and Poster)

We invite all colleagues to presenting result of research, review, and systematic experience in disaster health management. Topics we will considerable:
1.    Pre-Hospital, Disaster and Emergency Medicine
2.    Disaster Management and Public Health Preparedness

a.    Disaster Epidemiology and Surveillance
b.    Health Policy and Management on Disaster
c.    Health Information System on Disaster
d.    Gender and Children on Disaster
e.    Older and Disability People on Disaster
f.    Resilience on Health Disaster
g.    Disaster Education

An abstract consist of title, authors, affiliation, correspondence email, background, purpose, method, result, conclusion, and keywords in maximum 300 words.

Submit abstract through online applicant www.bencana-kesehatan.net before 15th October 2014 12.00 WIB.

1.    First announcement : Second week of August 2014
2.    Registration open    : 22 September – 15 December, 2014
3.    Call for abstract : 22 September – 29 November, 2014
4.    Abstract review : 28 November - 2 Desember 2014
5.    Announcement of selected abstract : 3 Desember 2014

 


Organizing Committee Secretariat:

Center for Health Policy and Management Faculty of Medicine UGM
IKM Building Sayap Utara 2nd Fl
Farmako Sekip Utara Street, Yogyakarta 55281 Indonesia
Phone/fax: +62 274 549425
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Contact person:

Dewi Catur Wulandari
Mobile: +62 813 9468 3424
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Madelina Ariani
Mobile: +62 815 2178 2128Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Crisis Center Ministry of Health Indonesia
New Zealand (ocean chapter of WADEM)
WHO Indonesia
Filipina, HEAD (Health Emergency and Disaster)
Faculty of Medicine, UGM
Faculty of Medicine, Brawijaya University
Faculty of Medicine, Hasanuddin University
Province Health Office, Aceh