The 9th International Conference on Public Health 2023


Keynote Speakers

Dra. OOS Fatimah Rosyati, M.Kes
Dra. OOS Fatimah Rosyati, M.Kes

Director of Health Workforce Provision
Directorate General of Health Workforce
Ministry of Health of the Republic of Indonesia

Dra. OOS Fatimah Rosyati, M.Kes, brings an extensive wealth of expertise and leadership within the realms of public health and health workforce management. Holding a Bachelor’s degree in Microbiology from the esteemed Institute Technology Bandung (ITB University) and a Master’s degree in Public Health from the University of Padjajaran Bandung (UNPAD), she possesses a robust academic foundation. Dra. Rosyati has adeptly navigated through pivotal roles in health workforce planning and management, showcasing her strategic vision and organizational acumen.
Her professional journey encompasses notable positions, including Director of Health Workforce Planning (2016-2018) and Secretary General of the Indonesia Health Professional Council (2018-2020), where she consistently demonstrated her leadership prowess. Acknowledging her commitment to education, Dra. Rosyati obtained the Head of Lector certification from the Ministry of Education Republic of Indonesia in 2021. Her unwavering dedication to shaping the health workforce persisted through her roles as Director of Health Workforce Training (2020-2022) and currently as the Director of Health Workforce Provision (2022-2024). Dra. OOS Fatimah Rosyati’s diverse experience underscores her steadfast commitment to enhancing the quality and efficacy of health professionals in Indonesia. She stands as a seasoned professional, leaving a lasting impact on health workforce development and public health initiatives.

Plenary Speakers

Assoc. Prof. Quek Kia Fatt
Assoc. Prof. Quek Kia Fatt

Jeffrey Cheah School of Medicine and Health Sciences
Monash University Malaysia, Malaysia

Dr. Quek Kia Fatt received his PhD from University Malaya in 2002. He joined Monash University Malaysia as an associate professor in Community Health in 2006. He is a member of cardio metabolic and infection and immunity research clusters at Jeffrey Cheah School of Medicine and Health Sciences. He has great interest in research related to community or public health research. One of his areas of interest is related to epidemiology of non-communicable and communicable diseases. He has also more than 20 years’ experience in the field of statistics. With his expertise, he has served as consultant providing consultation/advisor to local industries/agencies, researchers and journals.

Harit Agroia, DrPH, MPH
Harit Agroia, DrPH, MPH

Adjunct Faculty
Department of Public Health and Recreation
College of Health and Human Sciences
San Jose State University, USA

Title: “Using Epidemiologic Data for Action: Intervention Designs to Improve Health Access and Equity”

Dr. Harit Agroia is an adjunct professor and senior public health manager with 15+ years of experience in higher education and health program planning, administration and evaluation. Her research and scientific interests include: epidemiology of infectious diseases; risk prediction modeling of emerging infectious diseases; using implementation science methods to understand effectiveness of public health implementation strategies; and application of theoretical models to evaluate behavior change interventions. Dr. Agroia holds a Doctorate and Masters in Public Health from Loma Linda University’s School of Public Health and is a certified Master Health Education Specialist. She also received supplemental and advanced training in epidemiology, implementation science and artificial intelligence. Dr. Agroia is committed to advancing healthcare access and equity among underserved and marginalized populations, and works to ensure that public health programs are not only designed and evaluated to bridge equity gaps but that research is done in close collaboration with community members and agencies providing direct services to ensure findings are relevant and representative of true population needs.

Mgr. Elena Tulupova, Ph.D.
Mgr. Elena Tulupova, Ph.D.

Institute of Public Health and Medical Law
1st Faculty of Medicine, Charles University
Czech Republic

Dr. Elena Tulupova is a dedicated professional with a diverse background in molecular biology, genetics, virology, and pharmaceutical sciences. She earned her Ph.D. in Molecular Biology, Genetics, and Virology from the Faculty of Science at Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic, following earlier studies in Pharmaceutical Chemistry and Pharmacognosy at Saint-Petersburg State Chemical Pharmaceutical Academy in Russia. Throughout her career, Dr. Tulupova has acquired a wealth of experience and expertise. She has held various positions, including Senior Lecturer at the Institute of Public Health and Medical Law, 1st Faculty of Medicine, Charles University, where she has been teaching on topics such as Public Health, Migration, Ethnicity, and Health since 2011. In addition, she has been an integral part of the Agency for Migration and Adaptation (AMIGA), serving as Project Coordinator, Methodology Expert, and Chairperson.
Dr. Tulupova’s contributions extend beyond academia, as she has actively engaged in research and policy initiatives related to health and migration. She served as the Health Policy Officer for the Consortium of Migrants Assisting Organizations in the Czech Republic from 2019 to 2021, demonstrating her commitment to shaping health policies that address the needs of diverse populations. Apart from her permanent and part-time employment, Dr. Tulupova has been involved in numerous fellowships, courses, and professional activities. Her affiliations include being a civil society representative for the WHO Global Research Agenda on Refugee and Migrant Health, a member of the Society of Social Medicine and Health Care Management, and a founding member and Chairperson of AMIGA. Her extensive background in research, advocacy, and academia, along with her involvement in various governmental and non-governmental organizations, showcases Dr. Elena Tulupova as a versatile and accomplished professional in the fields of public health, migration, and mental health.

Wayamba University Sri Lanka
Dr.Amila Wickramarathna

 Wayamba University

Sri Lanka

Dr. E.A.A.M. Wickramarathna is a professional with a passion for anatomy and education. As a Lecturer in Anatomy at the Department of Anatomy, Faculty of Medicine, Wayamba University, Dr. Wickramarathna brings her expertise and knowledge to inspire and educate students. Dr. Wickramarathna values the importance of sharing knowledge and actively contributes to the academic community. She is a prolific researcher and has published papers in scientific journals, contributing to the advancement of anatomical knowledge. As a testament to her academic standing, Dr. Wickramarathna holds an ORCID ID (0009-0005-5105-1697), which allows her to maintain an authoritative and recognized presence in her field

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