Pelaksanaan Kegiatan Asia Bond Grand AUSAID

Pada tangga 7 April sampai dengan 20 April 2014, Fakultas Keperawatan Universitas Airlangga bersama
Nursing and Midwifery School of Finders University Australia melaksanakan kegiatan Asia Bond Grand
dengan fokus kegiatan Keperawatan HIV dan AIDS di Surabaya. Kegiatan ini merupakan hibah bersaing
yang didapatkan dari pemerintah Australia (AUSAID) dan merupakan salah satu implementasi hasil
penelitian pencegahan penularan HIV
pada kuli bangunan yang dilaksanakan oleh Purwaningsih, Prof. Nasronudin, Nuzul Q dan Ferry Efendi.
Jumlah peserta yang datang terdiri dari 10 mahasiswa dan 2 orang dosen dari Flinders University
Australia. Aktifitas yang dilakukan mencakup workshop tentang Penanggulangan HIV dan AIDS di
Indonesia, berkunjung ke kelompok resiko yaitu ke kelompok pengguna Narkoba, kelompok transgender,
kelompok perempuan HIV+. Kunjungan juga dilakukan ke pelayanan kesehatan HIV dan AIDS adalah ke
Puskesmas Putat Jaya, Puskesmas Mulyorejo, RSU. Dr. Soetomo dan pada Komisi Penanggulangan AIDS
Propinsi Jawa Timur. Para peserta bersama mahasiswa FKp UA dan para peneliti juga memberi
penyuluhan kepada para kuli bangunan di wiyalah Surabaya tentang pencegahan HIV. Pada hari terakhir
para peserta melakukan presentasi tentang perbandingan program penanggulngan HIV dan AIDS di
Indonesia dan Australia. Kegiatan ini sangat bermanfaat sebagai upaya meningkatkan pengetahuan dan
skill di bidang keperawatan. (pur)

The 5th International Nursing Conference East Java Indonesia



Nursing as a profession requires continued development to response the change of global needs across health system. Today, public demand to quality health service is increasing. On the other hand, globalizationopens opportunities fornursestocompete with other nurses and workabroad. The nurses should constantly improve their competency in providing excellent nursing care, so they do not left behind. The sustainability of education related to the latest science and nursing knowledge is very important for all nurses who are working in the clinic, community, and educational nursing systems, to enhance their competencies. Along with the Universitas Airlangga vision to become a world class university, Faculty of Nursing,Universitas Airlangga participates actively brought into the ranks of world-class university, by organizing international scientific activities.

There are some problems such as low number of nursing scientific meeting, low number of nursing research, and low number of international publication of nursing research in Indonesia. Those problems might hamper the development and improvement of nursing care in Indonesia.

Based on the above phenomenon, it is important to disseminate latest strategyabout how to enhance nursing competencies towards nurse colleagues in the international sphere. Faculty of Nursing Universitas Airlangga, in cooperation with several institutions such as World Health Organization, Flinders University Australia, Queensland University of Technology Australia, Avans Hogeschool The Netherland, National Cheng Kung University Taiwan, Chiang Mai University Thailand, Naresuan University Thailand, Lakesla Drs. R. Med. Rijadisastropanoelar Indonesia, Kumamoto University Japan, Japan International Cooperation Agency and Japanese Red Cross Kyushu International College of Nursing will hold a conference with the theme "Improving Quality of Nursing Care Through Competencies to Encounter Globalization Era".


Provide current information in nursing research and innovations within broad clinical nursing specialization.
1. International Collaborations
2. International Conference
3. Research presentation

Time : 18-19 October 2014
Venue : Garuda Mukti Universitas Airlangga, Campus C Mulyorejo Surabaya – Indonesia


Abstract deadline: 08 September 2014
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The Call for Abstract for the 8th AAAH Conference 2014

We are pleased to announce the Call for Abstract for the 8th AAAH Conference 2014.

We are pleased to announce the Call for Abstract for the 8th AAAH Conference 2014. The conference theme is “Move ahead: Strengthening HRHstrategies and action towards UHC in post-2015 era”. Abstracts must be submitted electronically through the conference website here.

The Asia Pacific Action Alliance on Human Resources for Health (AAAH)
AAAH is a regional partnership mechanism established in response to international recognition of the need for global and regional action to strengthen country capacity for HRH planning and management. The AAAH is part of a larger movement to enhance HRH development as articulated in documents like the Kampala Declaration and the Agenda for Global Action. It was established in 2005, with 10 founding members. The AAAH membership was further expanded. In 2011, membership increased to 16 countries; 7 from the South East Asia (SEA) region i.e. Bangladesh, India, Indonesia, Myanmar, Nepal, Sri Lanka and Thailand, and 9 from the Western Pacific Region (WPR) i.e. Cambodia, China, Fiji, Lao PDR, Mongolia, Papua New Guinea, Philippines, Samoa and Vietnam (Same status continues as of March 2014).
AAAH coordinates partners for their joint effort at advocating for the HRH, and provides technical support, and augments country-level HRH development through regional collaboration. It aims at ensuring sustained commitments to addressing HRH needs through research, funding, and policy development. With regards to AAAH work plan 2011-2013, members have identified four priority areas that demand attention i.e. Advocacy, Monitoring, Research, and Capacity Building.
One main activity of AAAH is to organize the AAAH conference on a specific theme to share country, regional, global experiences through preparing and presentation of country case studies, see details as below.
2006: The 1st AAAH Conference was held in Ayutthaya, Thailand, 28-31 October 2006 at which 90 participants attended.
2007: The 2nd AAAH Conference was held in Beijing, China, 12-14 October 2007. The theme was “Human Resources for Rural Health and Primary Healthcare” at which 96 participants attended
2008: The 3rd AAAH Conference was held in Sri Lanka, 12-15 October 2008 under the theme of “Globalization and its Implications for Health Care and Human Resources for Health” at which 90 participants attended

2009: The 4th AAAH Conference was held in Hanoi, Vietnam, 23-25 November 2009 under the theme of “Getting committed health workers to the underserved areas: a challenge for health systems.” This conference was organized jointly with the 3rd Meeting of the WHO Expert Group on “Increasing access to health workers in remote and rural areas through
improved retention” at which 134 participants attended
2010: The 5th AAAH Conference was held in Bali Indonesia, 3-6 October 2010 with the theme of “HRH Challenges for Achieving MDGs”. This conference was also part of the preparatory meeting for the Second Global Forum on HRH and around 130 participants attended the meeting.

Conference Registration is here