A remarkable event has occurred!
Bandung International Conference on Medical and Health Sciences (BICMHS 2021) – was an outstanding event held on September 25-26, 2021. This International Conference by Research Synergy Foundation was held virtually. This platform increased knowledge among researchers found ideas for further research, and found new research and collaboration opportunities.
This event was successfully held virtually, and the conference was held in two days. Participants and audiences who attended came from various countries, such as Indonesia, Malaysia, Japan, Philippines, India, Singapore, Mongolia, Thailand, Morocco, Saudi Arabia, and Denmark.
All researchers, scholars, and colleagues participated in the discussions and exchanged ideas at the scientific conference. This conference theme is to strengthen medical research from basic to the clinic towards international recognition.
In this conference, we discuss and shares research on Biochemistry, Genetics and Molecular biology, Herbal medicine, Public health and Occupational Health, Infectious diseases, Degenerative disease, Academic Health System, Medical Education, Bioethics and Humanior, Pharmacology and Pharmacy, Medical Technology, Nutrition, Human development, Toxicology and Teratogenic, Islamic Medicine and Spiritual health, and Sport Medicine.
Saturday, 25th June 2021
The opening ceremony of the BICMHS 2021 conference started with listening to “National Anthem of Indonesia Raya” and “Medical Faculty of UNISBA song.”
Then, the conference opened with a welcome address by Mrs. Santi Rahmawati and Mr. Akhmad Yusup as MC.
Next event by dr. Mia Kusmiati, MPD.Ked., Ph.D., as the Conference Chair of BICMHS 2021, was giving welcome remarks and reports from the committee. She hoped that this event could bring a better research ecosystem and the opportunity to strengthen medical research.
Followed by an opening speech from Prof. Dr. Nanan Sekarwana, dr. SpA(K), MARS as a Dean of Faculty of Medicine Universitas Islam Bandung, Indonesia and Prof. Ir. A. Harits Nu’man, M.T., PH.D., IPM as a substitute of Rector from Universitas Islam Bandung. They hoped that this forum could disseminate information to increase knowledge in the medical field and hopefully open various collaborations in domestic and multiple institutions worldwide.
The following event was from Prof. Dr. Nanan Sekarwana, dr. SpA(K), MARS from Universitas Islam Bandung, Indonesia, gives a speech about Academic Health System, primarily the academic health system legal basis in Indonesia, West Java, and UNISBA.
The next session was Ani Wahyu Rachmawati, S.Psi., MSM as Founder & Publication Director of Research Synergy Foundation continued the introduction to the research synergy ecosystem. Her explanatory presentation gave informative information on participating in a global research forum. It delivered informative descriptions for lecturers, researchers, students, scholars, and academics, participating in global research forums, organizing international journal publications, and other updated information.
Plenary Speaker Session 1
The next plenary speaker session from Ms. Aliza Ramli from Republic Polytechnic, Singapore, is about “The Implementation of Edtech tools into the curriculum.” This session was moderated by Dr. Titiek Respati. drg., MSc-PH. This session is about implementing EdTech in teaching medical laboratory science and with intended users and purposes for pre-lesson resources to trigger curiosity, consolidate information, and assess competency to provide immediate feedback.
Online Presentation Session 1
The next session was an Online Presentation Session 1 moderated by Prof. Dr. Nurhalim Shahib, dr. from Health Science and Infectious Disease Track, consisting of 3 presenters. The first presenter is Ike Rahmawaty Alie with papers “Physical and Blood Examining Characteristic of Shift Workers Nurses in Pandemic COVID-19”,
The second presenter is Yuktiana Kharisma Kharisma, with papers title “Uterine Diffuse Large B Cell Lymphoma Non-Germinal Centre Type with Multiple Organs Involvement: a Case Report.”
The third presenter is Annisa Rahmah Furqaani, with the paper title “Literature Review: Transplacental Transmission of COVID-19 and Its Teratological Aspect.”
Plenary Speaker Session 2
Plenary speaker session from Prof. Dr. Omar Hasan Kasule from King Fahd University, Saudi Arabia, with a theme about “Islamic Bioethics: Sources, Conflicts, and Balance,” moderated by Mia Kusmiati, dr., MPd.Ked., PhD. & Eka Nurhayati, dr., MKM.
Online Presentation Session 1
The next session was Online Presentation Session 2 from Public Health Tracks and consisted of six presenters. This session was moderated by Prof. Dr. Ieva B. Akbar, dr., AIF & Dr. Sheryl H. Ramirez.
The first presenter is Fer Cedrick T. De Vera, “Physicians’ Satisfaction with the Service Quality of a Clinical Laboratory in Calapan City, Oriental Mindoro.”
Septa Katmawanti – “The Relationship between Mother’s Education Level, Mothers Knowledge and Breastfeeding Status with Toddler Motor Skills and Nutrition Status in Diwek Sub District, Jombang Regency, East Java, Indonesia”
Eka Nurhayat – “Factors Influenced Healthcare Service Delivery in during COVID-19 Pandemic: A Case Study in Cicalengka, Indonesia”
Noripansyah- “The Correlation between Anxiety and Insomnia Levels to Families of Health Workers during COVID-19”
Aldo Dimitri Daiva – “Relationship of Access to Clean Water with Prevalence of Stunting in Puskesmas Cicalengka in 2020.”
Fajar Awalia Yulianto – “Relationship between Dietary Approach to Stop Hypertension (DASH) Knowledge and Hypertension”
The discussion was very intriguing, and essential questions are looming. All of the presenters presented the results of their research with great enthusiasm. They share the knowledge from a result of research to improve knowledge. As well as getting scientific feedback from the session chair and audience/attendee with a Q&A session. Through this virtual conference, we still have an opportunity to share knowledge, develop knowledge together, and get a new insight for each other.
The last part of this session of the conference, is an awarding certificates to the best presenter. This selection is given based on the assessment of the session chair in charge of presentation sessions.
The Best Presentation – Bandung International Conference on Medical and Health Sciences (BICMHS 2021) Day 1 is:
Author: Fajar Awalia Yulianto
Paper ID: BMH21104
Paper Title: “Relationship between Dietary Approach to Stop Hypertension (DASH) Knowledge and Hypertension”
At the end of day 1, closing speech was given by Dr. Santun Bhekti Rahimah, dr., M.Kes.
Sunday, 26th September 2021
The first session on the second day was from PRODIA clinical laboratory by Dr. Nurrani Mustika, M. Kes, about article publication.
The second-day conference was opened with welcome remarks by Dr. A.B. Yulianti, Dra., M.Si. Conference Coordinator of BICMHS. She welcomes all presenters and participants in this virtual room and hopes that they can actively participate in today’s session.
The next session is a plenary speaker from Gunma University of Health and Welfare, Japan. Prof. Tatsuya Iso, MD. Ph.D. with the theme is “Local and systemic metabolism regulated by muscle-type continuous capillary Lessons from mice with impaired trans-endothelial fatty acid transport.” This plenary speaker session was moderated by Mas Rizky A. A. Syamsunarno, dr., M.Kes., Ph.D.
After the first plenary session, is our second plenary speaker Assoc. Prof. Dr. Badrul Hisham Bin Yahaya, Ph.D. from Universiti Sains Malaysia, Malaysia, with the theme “Next-Generation Cell Therapy for Lung Disease – The Future is Now!.” This plenary speaker session was moderated by Mirasari, Putri, dr., Ph.D.
Online Presentation Session
Nuzirwan Acang .SpPD KHOM – “Neutrophil Lymphocyte Ratio and C-reactive Protein in Nondialysis Chronic Kidney Disease.”
Febrianti Prasmono Putri – “Correlation between Use of the Contraception and Exclusive Breastfeeding in Indonesia in 2017 (2017 IDHS Analysis Data).”
Meta Maulida Damayanti “Factor Affecting Nutritional Status among Students in Pandemic Period: Sleep Duration, Physical Activity, and Knowledge of Balanced Nutrition.”
Alya Tursina – “The Effect of Gymnastics in the Healthy Elderly on Physical Fitness and Cognitive Function in Indonesia Elderly Institutional of West Java Province.”
Track Medical Education
Mia Kusmiati – “The Most Influential Factor to Pass Rate of Modified OSCE Exam on Student Batch 2 during Pandemic Period.”
Sylvia Mustika Sari Contested Perspective from Undergraduate Students and Teachers on Formative Assessment: A Qualitative Study.”
Track Nutrition (outline)
Arief Budi Yulianti – “Effect of Unbalanced Nourishment on Growth Period to Memory in Mice.”
Anna Surgean Veterini – “Extra Virgin Olive Oil Nanoemulsion Attenuated Inflammatory Response in LPS-Induced Sepsis.”
Maurizka Sabrina Septia – “Organoleptic Test of Boba Flour Substitution of Pumpkin Seeds High in Fiber and Protein.”
The next session was the Awarding Ceremony for Best Presentation, Best Paper, and today’s Session Chair delivered by Mia Kusmiati, dr., MPd.Ked., PhD.
The Best Presentation – The Bandung International Conference on Medical and Health Sciences (BICMHS)
Meta Maulida Damayanti – “Factor Affecting Nutritional Status among Students in Pandemic Period: Sleep Duration, Physical Activity, and Knowledge of Balanced Nutrition”
Sylvia Mustika Sari – “Contested Perspective from Undergraduate Students and Teachers on Formative Assessment: A Qualitative Study”
Best papers were chosen by a scientific committee of reviewers who had read the research previously. The Best paper from today’s session conference goes to:
The Best Paper – The Bandung International Conference on Medical and Health Sciences (BICMHS)
Authors: Nuzirwan Acang. SpPD KHOM, Budiman, S, Sussylawati. K, Vidia. T
Paper Title: “Neutrophil Lymphocyte Ratio and C-reactive Protein in Nondialysis Chronic Kidney Disease”
The last session was the Closing Ceremony given by Prof. Dr. Nanan Sekarwana, dr., SpA (K)., MARS.
BICMHS 2021 congress was held successfully in three days.
With this virtual meeting, it is hoped that all participants will gain valuable knowledge, and collaboration will be formed to continue research so that it is more developed. Even though the pandemic still exists, this does not discourage us from researching and sharing knowledge globally from all participants in various countries. The BICMHS 2021 conference is held as an ecosystem of scientific meetings following the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.
See you on the next agenda!
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