INTRODUCTION

Tuberculosis (TB) was the ninth leading cause of death worldwide in 2016, with an estimated 10.4 million cases and 1.67 million deaths. According to the 2017 WHO Global TB Report, there were 490,000 cases of multidrug-resistant tuberculosis, with less than 50% survival in patients who received WHO-recommended treatment regimens. The report highlights the critical need for new treatments and techniques to improve tuberculosis treatment delivery and management outcomes. Many challenges remain in developing optimal tuberculosis treatment regimens including MDR TB drugs which are being developed with the goal of eliminating Mycobacterium tuberculosis infection, shortening treatment duration, avoiding permanent lung injury, and avoiding the development of new drug resistance (Tiberi et al., 2018).

So far, the study of host-pathogen interactions in TB has mostly focused on the physiology and virulence of the pathogen, as well as, on the various innate and adaptive immune compartments of the host. Microbial organisms endogenous to our body, called microbiota, interact not only with invading pathogens but also with our immune system. Yet, the impact of the microbiota on host defense against M. tuberculosis remains poorly understood (Dumas et al., 2018).

The vast majority of our interactions with bacteria are symbiotic in nature, consisting of colonization by a complex and diverse microbiota that inhabit humans for the rest of their lives. Instead of causing inflammation, commensal microbes primarily direct beneficial immune functions and often promote health. The microbiota, in particular, shapes worldwide immune cell repertoires, changing host susceptibility to inflammation and infection at sites of colonization (Hill et al., 2012; Kamada et al., 2012; Mazmanian et al., 2008; Naik et al., 2012).

Recent studies have identified that commensal bacteria and their products play an important role in regulating the development, homeostasis, and function of innate and adaptive immune cells (Khosravi et al., 2014). It has been discovered that the presence of commensal and pathogenic bacteria has a significant impact on the lung immune system (Adami and Cervantes, 2015). By exploring recent advances in the understanding of tuberculosis, microbiota, and their interaction to create protective effects of M. tuberculosis infection, we will hold a scientific meeting to share and talk together from various aspect of thinking about what should the nurse do in contributing to lowering the incidence of TB infection and MDR TB.

 

Focus & Scope:

• Medical-Surgical Nursing
• Pediatric Nursing
• Maternity Nursing
• Gerontic of Nursing
• Community Health Nursing

• Nursing Management
• Emergency Nursing
• Psychiatric Nursing
• Family Health Nursing
• Palliative Care

 

 

 

 

 

PUBLICATION

Best papers appropriate will be published on TIJHS and Journal PENELITIAN IPTEKS (SINTA 4), but if it is not the paper will be published in the proceedings with ISBN and DOI by agreement

Waktu

Wed, Jul 28, 2021 - Thu, Jul 29, 2021

Artikel

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Kunjungi terbitan

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Tempat

Fakultas Ilmu Kesehatan Universitas Muhammadiyah Jember

Pemateri

Berikut daftar pemateri kami

James Trauer

James Trauer

Monash University, Australia

Josephine de Leon

Josephine de Leon

Centro Escolar University, Philippines

Hendra Kurniawan

Hendra Kurniawan

University of Muhammadiyah Jember, Indonesia

Pay-Fan, Lin

Pay-Fan, Lin

Yuanpei University of Medical Technology, Taiwan

Yiam Khongruangrat

Yiam Khongruangrat

Buriram Rajabhat University, Thailand

Tanggal penting

Daftar tanggal penting yang bisa anda catat

Jul 15 - Jul 28, 2021

Deadline of Fulltext Submission

the deadline for sending participants' full paper manuscripts

Jul 15 - Jul 28, 2021

Deadline of Payment

participant payment deadline

Jul 28 - Jul 29, 2021

Conference Due

Conference Due

Peta

Lokasi kegiatan

Pendaftaran

International Poster Participant
USD
21

  • Fee for a 1 Poster
  • non-refundable
  • Facilities:

  • E-Certificate

Participant
IDR
0

  • E-Certificate 
  • Free SKP DPP PPNI (on Preocess)

Local Participant
IDR
500.000

  • fee for a single paper
  • non-refundable

Facilities:

  • E-Certificate
  •  Journal publications and/or International  proceeding registered ISBN and has a DOI

International Participant
USD
35

  • fee for a single paper
  • non-refundable

Facilities:

  • E-Certificate
  •  Journal publications and/or International  proceeding registered ISBN and has a DOI

Co-Host
IDR
500.000


Poster Local Participant
IDR
250.000

  • Fee for a 1 Poster
  • non-refundable
  • Facilities:

  • E-Certificate

Bank Transfer Method Payment via the following account

Account number : 9000017271389
Account holder : Nikmatur Rohma
Bank Name : Bank Mandiri
Swift Code  : BMRIIDJAXXX
Bank Code  : 008

 

 

Panitia

  • Person in charge:
  • Ns. Sofia Rhosma Dewi, M.Kep
  • Chair of the Committee:
  • Ns. Dwi Yunita Hariyanti, S.Kep., M.Kes.
  • Secretary:
  • Ns. Ely Rahmatika Nugrahani, M.Kep.
  • Scientific Division:
  • 1) Ns. Siti Kholifah, M.Kep, 2) Ns. Sri Wahyuni Adriani, M.Kep., Sp.Kep.Kom, 3) Abdul Jalil, S.P
  • Public Relation Division:
  • 1) Ns. Zuhrotul Eka Yulis, M.Kes, 2) Ns. Resti Utami, M.Kep.
  • Event Division:
  • 1) Ns. Ayesie Natasha Zulka, M.Kep., 2) Ns. Mad Zaini, M.Kep., Sp.Kep.J.
  • Documentation:
  • 1) Ns. Moh. Ali Hamid, M.Kes., 2) Ns. Cahya Tribagus Hidayat, M.Kes.
  • IT Division:
  • 1) Ns. Ginanjar Sasmito Adi, M.Kep., Sp.Kep.MB., 2) Lutfi Ali Muharom, M.Kom.
  • Consumption Division:
  • 1) Ns. Susi Wahyuning Asih, M.Kep., 2) Ns. Yeni Suryaningsih, M.Kep.

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