Winners of the 5th International Conference on Public Health

The International Institute of Knowledge Management (TIIKM), Sri Lanka organized, the 5th International Conference on Public Health (ICOPH 2019) on the 10th – 12th July 2019 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia under the theme “Promoting Global Health Equity towards a Sustainable Future”. TIIKM joined hands with the Mahsa University, Malaysia and Taylor’s University, Malaysia as its Hosting Partner & Independent University Bangladesh, Bryan University, United States, Sikkim Manipal Institute of Medical Sciences, India, University of Ghana, University of Sri Jayewardenepura, Sri Lanka and Universiti Sultan Zainal Abidin (UniSZA), Malaysia as Academic Partners. TIIKM also joined hands with Medical Events Guide, Pharma Mirror & Placid Way as its Media Partner.

Each of the sessions and presentations were evaluated by an individual International evaluation committee and based on their marks and the conference chair’s consent, Session’s best presenter, Best Student presenter and Best Overall presenter were selected. The Best Student presenter and the Best Overall presenter won Free Registrations for ICOPH 2020 in addition many other benefits.

Conference on Public Health

 

OVERALL BEST PRESENTER

Ahmadullah Molakhail from UNFPA, Afghanistan became the Overall Best Presenter & the session’s best presenter for the session Primary Health Care under the topic Universal Health Coverage (UHC) through Medfivery-led Family Health Houses in Remote a Areas of Afghanistan.


 

BEST STUDENT PRESENTER & SESSION’S BEST PRESENTER

P. J Amani from Mzumbe University Tanzania became the best student presenter & the session’s best presenter for the session Health of the Elderly under the topic Does Health Insurance Contribute to Improved Utilization of Health Care Services for the Elderly in Tanzania? A Cross-sectional Study.

BEST STUDENT PRESENTER & SESSION’S BEST PRESENTER


 

SESSION’S BEST PRESENTER

E. L. Yaacob from University Sains Malaysia became the Session’s Best Presenter for the Students Session Primary Health Care under the topic The Framingham General Risk Score (BMI model) Chart: A Simplified Chart for Cardiovascular Risk Stratification at the Community Level.


 

SESSION’S BEST PRESENTER

Akter from University of Newcastle Australia became the Session’s Best Presenter for the Students Session Maternal Health under the topic Attitudes towards and Experiences of Accessing Maternal Health Care (MHC) Services among the Indigenous Women in Khagrachhari District, Bangladesh.


 

SESSION’S BEST PRESENTER

W.R Kusnia from Universitas Gadjah Mada Indonesia became the Session’s Best Presenter for the Students Session Food & Nutrition under the topic Investigation of Foodborne Outbreak from Donated Iftar Food: Gunungkidul District, Yogyakarta Province, Indonesia, June 2018.


 

SESSION’S BEST PRESENTER

Progga Paromita from Independent University Bangladesh became the Session’s Best Presenter for the Session Maternal Health under the topic Maternal Age: The Masked Barrier of Post Natal Care Utilization in Bangladesh.


 

SESSION’S BEST PRESENTER

Dr. Roy Rillera Marzo from Asia Metropolitan University, Malaysia became the Session’s Best Presenter for the Session Mental Health under the topic To Determine the Effects of Violent Video Games on Male Teenagers’ Behavior in Muar, Johor, Malaysia.


 

SESSION’S BEST PRESENTER

Rosandy Kharisma Ogit from Brawijaya University, Indonesia became the Session’s Best Presenter for the Session Health Services Management under the topic Developing a School Health Corner: A Case Study of Al-Munir Islamic Boarding School.


 

SESSION’S BEST PRESENTER

Amirah from Universiti Putra Malaysia, Malaysia became the Session’s Best Presenter for the Session Environmental Health under the topic Methylmercury Concentration in Blood Samples of Pregnant Women from an Urban Area in Malaysia.


 

SESSION’S BEST PRESENTER

S. Patil & P. Bhargava from Taylor’s University, Malaysia became the Session’s Best Presenter for the Session Non-Communicable Diseases (NCD) under the topic Glaucoma Awareness and Attitudes towards Ocular Screening among Adults of a Low-Cost Housing Urban Settlement in Malaysia: A Cross-Sectional Study


 

SESSION’S BEST PRESENTER

Dr. Emma Lowrie from Blackpool Centre for Early Child Development United Kingdom became the Session’s Best Presenter for the Session Tobacco Smoking and Alcohol Consumption under the topic Using Q-Methodology to Understand Community Perspectives on the Prevention of Prenatal Alcohol Exposure Cross-Sectional Study


 

SESSION’S BEST PRESENTER

Dr. Gurmeet Kaur from Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University India became the Session’s Best Presenter for the Session Occupational Health and Safety under the topic Self-Rated Assessment of Stress Due to Conflicting Mental Demands at Work among Staff Nurses of Tertiary Care Hospital in New Delhi


 

SESSION’S BEST PRESENTER

Akhund from National Institute of Preventive and Social Medicine (NIPSOM), Bangladesh became the Session’s Best Presenter for the Student Session Infant, Child & Adolescent Health under the topic Factors Related to Respiratory Distress Syndrome in Neonates


SESSION’S BEST PRESENTER

Mon Myo-Myo from Department of Medical Research, Myanmar became the Session’s Best Presenter for the Session Clinical Medicine under the topic Adherence to Anti-retroviral Therapy among Children and Adolescents in Myanmar: A Mixed-Methods Study


 

SESSION’S BEST PRESENTER

Rosandy Kharisma Ogit from Brawijaya University, Indonesia became the Session’s Best Presenter for the Session Health Services Management under the topic Developing a School Health Corner: A Case Study of Al-Munir Islamic Boarding School


SESSION’S BEST PRESENTER

Gusti Agung Agus Mahendra from Medicine Udayana University became the Session’s Best Presenter for the Session Social Determinants of Health under the topic The Role of Social and Cultural Norm in Explaining the Phenomenon of

“Sing Beling Sing Nganten / Getting Pregnant before Marriage” among Adolescents in Bali


 

SESSION’S BEST PRESENTER

K.Hanin Farhana from Ministry of Health Malaysia became the Session’s Best Presenter for the Session Pharmacy under the topic Bone Targeting Agents in Prevention of Skeletal-Related Events in Metastatic Cancers of Solid Tumours: An Economic Evaluation


 

SESSION’S BEST PRESENTER

Yuliana, Tanumihardja T.N., Kurniadi A. from Atma Jaya Catholic University of Indonesia, Indonesia became the Session’s Best Presenter for the Session Infant, Child & Adolescent Health under the topic Knowledge, Attitude, and Behavior toward Reproductive Health and Prevalence of Adolescent Pregnancy in Muara Siberut Village in 2015


 

SESSION’S BEST PRESENTER

Erry Yudhya Mulyani from University of Esa Unggul became the Session’s Best Presenter for the Session Food & Nutrition under the topic Impact of Nutritional Status and Maternal Behavior to Infant Growth in West Jakarta.


 

SESSION’S BEST PRESENTER

Rayanakorn from Monash University Malaysia became the Session’s Best Presenter for the Student Session Health Services Management under the topic Prediction Score for Streptococcus suis Hearing Loss: A Neglected Disease in Need of Increased Public Health Awareness


SESSION’S BEST PRESENTER

Noraishah M.S from Institute for Medical Research, Malaysia became the Session’s Best Presenter for the Session Communicable Diseases under the topic A Review of Profile Study Related on Prevention Practices of HFMD Cases


SESSION’S BEST PRESENTER

Thompson & D. Martin from University of Manitoba Canada became the Session’s Best Presenter for the Students Session Environmental Health under the topic Filming Public Health Issues Arising from Flooding and Displacement of A Community: Participatory Video with Little Saskatchewan First Nation


 

SESSION’S BEST PRESENTER

Owen Nkoka from Taipei Medical University Taiwan became the Session’s Best Presenter for the Students Session Communicable Diseases under the topic Shared Sanitation is a Potential Risk Factor for Diarrhea among under Five Children in Rural Malawi: A Multilevel Analysis.


SESSION’S BEST PRESENTER

Claresse Ann L. Bautista from University of Teuku Umar University Indonesia became the Session’s Best Presenter for the Session Family Planning, Sexual & Reproductive Health under the topic Project Idolescent M.A.T.T.E.R. (Motivate. Advocate. Testify. Teach. Empower. Relate): A Holistic and Culture Sensitive Intervention to Reduce Teenage Pregnancy in Indigenous Cultural Community of T’boli in Kiamba, Sarangani Province, Mindanao, Philippines.


SESSION’S BEST PRESENTER

Jo Ann Andoy Galvan, Wong Siew Ern, Deevetra Roslyn, Tsepo Anthony Phori, Wong Joon Leek from Taylor’s University, Malaysia became the Session’s Best Presenter for the Session Health Promotion, Health Education, Obesity and Health under the topic Obesity in an Urban Poor Community in Malaysia: A Cross-Sectional Study among PPR SRI PANTAI Residents.


 

SESSION’S BEST PRESENTER

Y. Lee from Institute of Health Management/ District Health Office of Petaling Ministry of Health Malaysia became the Best Post Presenter Under the title Self-Perceived Confidence in Family Planning Counselling and Its Associated Factors among Healthcare Professionals in Petaling, Selangor

The Conference consisted of 32 Technical Sessions & 22 Poster Presentations. The Conference had three Panel Discussions called Global Health Equity, Tobacco Use and Tobacco Control and Improving the Quality of Material Health also Four Workshops called Effective Resume Writing, Strategic Academic Career Planning, Effective Scholarly Publications & Conference Chair Workshop. The Conference had more than 200 Delegates and Researchers representing from 35 Different Countries across the World. The Launch of I TIIKM Loyalty program happens at the Inauguration ceremony of ICOPH 19.

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