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Chairperson's Invitation to PINC 2022


Who’s Speaking

Associate Professor Peggy Landrum, PhD

Texas Women University,, USA

Professor Arief Ansory Yusuf, SE, MSc, PhD

Faculty of Economics and Business
Universitas Padjadjaran

Associate Professor Alison Hutton

School of Nursing and Midwifery University of New Castle, Australia

Professor Gojiro Nakagami, PhD, RN

(Professor in Gerontological Nursing and Wound Care) University of Tokyo, Japan

Assistant Professor dr. Orawan Nookeaw

Prince of Songkhla University, Thailand

Professor Christine Moffatt, CBE

Clinical Professor Nottingham University Hospital, UK

Professor Dr. Carol Hall

(Professor Emeritus in Nursing Education) University of Nottingham, UK

Professor Bridget Johnston

(Clinical Professor of Nursing and Palliative Care)
Nursing & Health Care, University of Glasgow, UKA

Professor Nai-Ying Ko, PhD

National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan

W. Richard Cowling III, PhD, FAAN

(Editor in Chief Journal of Holistic Nursing -JHN)

Fidya Meditia Putri

Assistant Professor in Dentistry, Universitas Padjadjaran

Associate Professor Dr Omar Al Rawajfah

College of Nursing, Sultan Qaboos University, Oman

Professor Kusman Ibrahim, S.Kp, MNS,PhD

Faculty of Nursing Universitas Padjadjaran

Professor Suryani, S.Kp, MHSc

Faculty of Nursing Universitas Padjadjaran

Professor Henny Suzana Mediani, S.Kp, MNg, PhD

Faculty of Nursing Universitas Padjadjaran

About the Event

The 8th Padjadjaran International Nursing Conference 2022

Theme: PINC 2022

“Sustainable Health and Well-being”: Fostering Collaborations for Mitigation and Adaptation to The Climate Changes”


     Climate change has become an important topic discussed in many disciplines since it creates major impacts on many people living worldwide. Mitigation and adaptation to respond the climate change is a mandatory agenda, particularly in healthcare sectors. The prevalence of illness and other health-related issues due to climate change has significantly increased in the last decades. People living with serious illnesses often experience problems dealing with physical and psychosocial disturbances. Caring for people with life-limiting illness requires further care coordination and collaborative practices that involves patients, family, health practitioners and society. These populations serve to receive a systematised and structured healthcare service delivery. Transforming the current healthcare into better services and systems is urged as an effort to achieve sustainable health and well-being. Strong efforts are therefore needed to enhance their quality of life from the period of early diagnosis until the end of their life. Health care practitioners, health students, practitioners and society, in general, should understand the comprehensive care approach for advanced progressive ill patients and their family caregivers. Such a situation should be carefully assessed and required further attention following a cross-functional collaboration approach that includes academics, researchers, practitioners, policymakers, and the general society. In responding to the urgent needs, the Faculty of Nursing Universitas Padjadjaran plans to conduct the 8th Padjadjaran International Nursing Conference (PINC) which aims to contribute to the advancement of current practice, education and research as well as to support the development of policy-based recommendations in responding the impact of climate change toward health and well-being of society within the diverse population and settings.


The conference aimed to:

  1. Disseminate the current issues on global health and its relationships with the climate changes
  2. Improve the awareness of professionals and the public regarding the importance of collaboration and innovation to mitigate and to adapt the climate changes
  3. Strengthen networking and collaboration activities across professionals and settings

Mode of Presentation

  1. Poster Presentation (On-screen): E-Poster A1 Size (Landscape) Download Template
  2. Oral Presentation (Live and pre-recorded) Download Template
    • Duration for live presentation and QA is 15 minutes
    • Duration for pre-recorded video is no more than 6 minutes

Scope Topics

Download Abstract
  1. Chronic care across life-spans.
  2. Critical, Emergency and Disaster Nursing.
  3. Assessment and symptom management
  4. Skin integrity, wounds and incontinence.
  5. Women and Children’s Health.
  6. Ageing and Geriatrics.
  7. Mental health and spirituality.
  8. Community health Nursing.
  9. Palliative and End of life Care.
  10. Policy or Program Advocacy, Development and Evaluation.
  11. Interdisciplinary practice and education.
  12. Information and technology in Healthcare.
  13. Nursing management and clinical leadership.
  14. Education and Training.
  15. Research Update/ Methodology, Quality Improvement, Audit, Pilot Studies or Case Reports in Nursing and allied healthcare.
  16. Arts and Humanities (including Arts and music therapy).
  17. Entrepreneurship in nursing and health care.
  18. Research Update/Methodology, Quality Improvement, Audit, Pilot Studies or Case Reports in Nursing and allied healthcare.

Types of Papers

  1. Research Papers (maximum 5 pages)
    General Structure (Empirical): 0. Abstract, 1. Background, 2. Literature Review, 3. Methods, 4. Analysis of Findings and Discussion, 5. Conclusion. (Download Template)

Hybrid room in Jatinangor campus & Zoom

Registration (07.30 – 08.00 WIB)

Opening (08.00 – 08.30 WIB)

Moderator: Host

Special opening remarks: (08.30 – 09.15 WIB)

Government guidance for healthcare professionals on climate change (MoH Indonesia) *

Keynote Speech 1 (09.15 – 09.45 WIB)

Social determinants of health, climate change mitigation and disaster risk reductions (SDGs Center Unpad) *

Plenary 1 (09.45 – 11.45 WIB)

  1. Green healthcare technology and quality of life of people living with chronic wounds (University of Tokyo, Japan)
  2. Collaborative care and paediatric stunting management (Professor Henny S. Mediani, FoN Unpad, Indonesia)
  3. Academic Health System and Cancer Management (Professor Dr Yudi Mulyana Hidayat, dr, SpOG (K), Faculty of Medicine, Unpad) *

Sponsor Presentation (11.45 – 12.00 WIB)

Lunch Break – E-Poster Presentation (12.00 – 13.00 WIB)


Plenary 2 (13.00 – 15.00 WIB)

  1. Climate changes and health-related quality of life in the Elderly population (Prof. Nai-Ying Ko, NCKU Taiwan) *
  2. Mental health and well-being issues and holistic care (Assistant Professor, dr. Orawan Nookeaw PhD, Prince of Songkla University, Thailand)
  3. Dignity and End of Life Care (Professor Bridget Johnston, PhD, University of Glasgow, United Kingdom)

Coffee Break (15.00 - 16.00 WIB)
E-Poster Presentation

BREAK (16.30 – 18.30 WIB)

REGISTRATION (18.30 – 19.00 WIB)

(Jatinangor Campus, for all onsite participants)

20.00 – 22.00 WIB (CULTURAL NIGHT) (for all participants - Hybrid)

Registration (07.30 – 08.00 WIB)

Opening (08.00 – 08.30 WIB)

Concurrent Session - Zoom(08.30 – 11.30 WIB)

Lunch Break (11.30 – 13.00 WIB)
E-Poster Presentation

Keynote Speech (Zoom) (13.00 – 13.30 WIB)

Strengthening clinical practice and learning to meet global health standards (Professor Carol Hall, University of Nottingham, United Kingdom)

Plenary – 3 (13.30 – 15.30 WIB)

  1. Holistic Admission for Nursing Schools (Associate Professor Peggy Landrum, PhD, Texas Woman’s University, USA) *
  2. Competency-based program: Lesson learned from Oman (Associate Professor Omar Al-Rawajfah, PhD, Sultan Qaboos University, Oman)
  3. Virtual Reality (VR) learning simulation and the acquisition of knowledge and clinical skills (FoN Unpad, Indonesia) *

Wrapping Up Session (15.30 – 16.00 WIB)

Wrapping Up Session (16.00– 16.30 WIB)

Best Presentation Award (16.30 – 17.00 WIB)
Closing Ceremony

Pre-Conference Programs

  • Writing Manuscript for Publication in International Journal (FREE for ALL Registered Participants)
  • Kampus Merdeka Virtual Open Lecture (FREE FOR PRESENTER, NON-PRESENTER AND PUBLIC)
  • Virtual Research Updates Workshop (FREE ONE WORKSHOP ONLY FOR PRESENTER)

Manuscript Writing Workshop (1st August 2022)

(08.00 – 15.00 WIB) Writing Manuscript for Publication in International Journal

Kampus Merdeka Virtual Open Lectures (13th September 2022)

08.00 – 10.00 Holistic nursing approach within the multidisciplinary practice in healthcare W. Richard Cowling (Editor in Chief, Journal of Holistic Nursing)
Beyond the pandemic: The role of nurses in disasters Prof. Allison Hutton, PhD (New Castle University, Australia)
13.00 – 14.00 Interdisciplinary approach to promoting oral health in the community settings Drg. Fidya Meditia Putri, M.Epid, (Faculty of Dentistry, Universitas Padjadjaran)
14.00 – 15.00 Managing chronic lymphedema Prof. Christine Moffatt, CBE (UK)

Workshop in Research Methodology Updates (14th September 2022)

  • 08.00 – 11.00
  • Workshop 1: Phenomenology in mental healthcare studies (Professor Suryani, PhD - UNPAD)
  • Workshop 2: Using ethnography to evaluate holistic nursing practice (Professor Kusman Ibrahim, PhD - UNPAD)
  • Workshop 3: Understanding the Nature of Participatory Action Research in Health( Joey Rey Acob, PhD (Visayas State University, Philippines)
  • 13.00 – 15.00
  • Workshop 4: Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis (Faculty of Nursing, UNPAD)
  • Workshop 5: Scoping Review studies (Faculty of Nursing, UNPAD)*
JHN : USD 1350 JKP : IDR 1500K
Early Bird, until August 4, 2022 Late, starts from September 7, 2022)
  1. Student : IDR 300.000
  2. Professional : IDR 500.000
  3. International : USD 30
  4. Workshop Methodology (Sept 14, 2022) : IDR 200.000
  5. Workshop Manuscript (Augst 4, 2022): Free
  1. Student : IDR 400.000
  2. Professional : IDR 650.000
  3. International : USD 45
  4. Workshop Methodology (Sept 14, 2022) : IDR 250.000
  5. Workshop Manuscript (Augst 4, 2022): Free
(On Campus) : IDR 1.200.000 (On Campus) : IDR 1.500.000)
REBEN : USD 500 JNC : IDR 350K
IJPMA : USD 400 - 750 Media Karya Kesehatan : IDR 700K

Please sends the payment to AC. Bank Negara Indonesia (BNI) Number 9882340522000004 IBAN :... SWIFT Code...
Paying participants will have access to all program activities and receive a certificate of presentation by DPP PPNI accreditation or attendance.

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Abstract Submission.

Advisory Board

  • Kusman Ibrahim, S.Kp, MNS, PhD
  • Windy Rakhmawati, S.Kp, M.Kep, PhD
  • Restuning Widiasih, S.Kep, Ners, M.Kep, Sp.Mat, PhD
  • Profesor Suryani, S.Kp, MHSc, PhD
  • Professor Henny Suzana Mediani, S.Kp, MNg, PhD
Chairperson: Hana Rizmadewi Agustina, BSN, MN, PhD
Secretary: Iqbal Pramukti, S.Kep, Ners, MSc., PhD
Treasury: Nur Octaviani Hidayat, S.Kep, Ners, M.Kep

Scientific Committee

  • Dr. Siti Yuyun Rahayu Fitri, S.Kp, M.Kes (chief)
  • Maria Komariah, S.Kp, M.Kes, PhD (A)
  • Cecep Eli Kosasih, S.Kp, MNS, PhD (A)
  • Yanny Trisyani, S.Kp, MN, PhD (A)
  • Neti Juniarti, S.Kp, M.Kes, M.Nurs, PhD (A,B)
  • Dra. Laili Rahayuwati, MSc, Dr.PH (A,B)
  • Hartiah Haroen, S.Kp, MKes., MNg, AIFO, PhD (c) (A,B)
  • Nursiswati, S.Kep, Ners, M.Kep, Sp.KMB, PhD (c) (A,B)
  • Tetti Solehati, S.Kp, M.Kep (B)
  • Hidayat Arifin, S.Kep, Ners, M.Kep (Abstract)
  • Dessy Indrayani, S.Kep, Ners, MNS (A)

Journal Purpose

Scopus Indexed International Journal

  1. Journal of Holistic Nursing (Q1)
  2. Revista Brasileira de Enfermagem (Q3)
  3. Journal of International Dental and Medical Research (Q3)
  4. Journal of The Pakistan Medical Association (Q3)

SINTA Indexed National Journal

  1. Jurnal Keperawatan Padjadjaran (JKP) (S2)
  2. Media Karya Kesehatan (MKK) (S3)
  3. Journal of Nursing Care (JNC) (S4)
  4. Journal of Maternity Care and Reproductive Health (JMCRH) (S4)


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