2021 Indonesia Update. In sickness and in health: diagnosing Indonesia

Due to the current Covid-19 status in the ACT, this is no longer a hybrid conference, it is now fully online.

CONFERENCE PROGRAM.

PROGRAM ONLY.

Due to the current Covid-19 status in the ACT, this is no longer a hybrid conference, it is now fully online.

All participants who have registered to attend the conference on campus will receive email instructions on how to fully participate online.

IMPORTANT LINKS

These are the three links to use for the three-day conference.

  1. To enter the Conference Venue https://bit.ly/IndonesiaUpdate38Zoom

Webinar ID: 885 6322 7010 Passcode 029070

  1. To enter the Networking Venue: https://bit.ly/IndonesiaUpdate38Networking
    Webinar ID 895 7118 2515 Passcode: 029070

  2. LIVESTREAM through YouTube link: https://www.youtube.com/c/ANUIndonesiaProject/live

Although Indonesia has made significant improvements on many health outcomes over the last six decades, several key indicators have been disappointing compared to those of other countries at a similar stage of economic development, even before the COVID-19 pandemic. The conference will examine the extent to which Indonesia’s health system has succeeded in dealing with the many challenges it faces and, more importantly, what Indonesia needs to do to ensure faster progress. In addition, it will address other crucial questions such as those related to nutrition and epidemiological transitions, and the attempt to offset the degree to which income inequality results in unequal access to health care.

This is an online event held over three half-days.

All sessions will be recorded.

Convenors

Firman Witoelar
The Australian National University

Ariane Utomo
The University of Melbourne

General information

Recordings and presentation materials

This event is recorded and the recording will be available on the ANU Indonesia Project’s YouTube Channel.

Subject to presenters’ approval, presentation materials will be available for download from the ANU Indonesia Project websites. Announcements will be made via our mailing list and social media when the recordings and materials are available.

Sign Language Interpreter

Indonesian Sign Language Interpreter will be onsite.

Conference Program

The Conference Program, complete with the timetable, speakers’ abstracts and biographies, is available for download from the conference website:bit.ly/IndonesiaUpdate38

Networking sessions

We invite you to attend the informal networking sessions during breaks to meet and greet with your fellow participants.

Please feel free to leave the conference temporarily then log in again after the break. The capacity of the Networking venue is 300 and it’s on a first come first serve basis. Several volunteers will be there as your technical hosts, to assist and to remind you to return back to the conference.

The link to these networking sessions is the same for the three-day conference, i.e. bit.ly/IndonesiaUpdate38Networking.

Certificate of Attendance

A Certificate of Attendance for this conference is available upon request post-conference by emailing us at indonesia.project@anu.edu.au with your registration name and affiliation. You must attend at least part of the conference to be eligible.
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Dates & times

Wednesday 15 September 2021 to Friday 17 September 2021

Location

HC Coombs Lecture Theatre

Contact

Name: ANU Indonesia Project
P: +61 2 6125 5954
E: Indonesia ! Project () anu ! edu ! au

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