The Coronavirus Disease-2019 (COVID-19) pandemic has spread all over the world since the end of 2019. In Indonesia, COVID-19 cases fluctuated, until July-August 2021 the positive rate in Indonesia was very high, reaching thousands of cases every day with a significantly increased mortality rate. Although the peak of the second wave of COVID-19 cases in Indonesia has been exceeded, this leaves various problems in the future.

The threat of the emergence of a third wave, the adaptation of new habits of society, and the risk of a double burden due to non-communicable diseases that are increasing from time to time make it important to strengthen the resilience of the health system in Indonesia.

The Faculty of Public Health, University of Diponegoro (FKM UNDIP) raised the theme in the International Conference on Public Health-Tropical and Coastal Development (ICOPH-TCD) in 2022 with the topic “Strengthening Health Resilience In Public Health System After Peak Of Covid-19 Pandemic”. ICOPH-TCD is an international conference regularly held by FKM UNDIP since 2016. Collaboration of various speakers from various countries, as well as presenters who presented papers related to public health in the realm of Biostatics and Population, Health Promotion, Occupational Health and Safety, Reproductive Health, Epidemiology, and Tropical Diseases, Community Nutrition, Environmental Health, and Health Administration and Policy. It is hoped that in providing insight into problems and strengthening the resilience of the public health system after the peak of the COVID-19 pandemic in Indonesia.

In addition, the international conference held is also expected to be able to open opportunities for collaboration between Diponegoro University in general and the Faculty of Public Health, Diponegoro University in particular in the fields of research, visiting lectures, student exchanges, with various health and educational institutions in various countries.

In its implementation, a call for paper is also held which aims as a forum for the dissemination of research on public health and to increase the number of quality publications in international proceedings.

Date               : Tuesday-Wednesday,   30th-31st August, 2022
Time                : 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Western Indonesian Time

This activity was held in the form of a virtual international seminar with presentations from speakers and presentations of research results from researchers.


Budi Gunadi Sadikin, CHFC, CLU (Minister of Health, Indonesia)- Keynote Speaker (*under confirmation) – “ Best Practice to Overcome COVID-19 pandemic in Indonesia”



Prof. Amanda Lee (University Queensland – Australia) –  “Nutrition Resilience During Covid-19 Pandemic



Prof. Kun-Hsien Tsai (National Taiwan University – Taiwan) – “ Vector-Borne Disease during COVID-19 Pandemic”



Prof. John Parrish-Sprowl, Ph.D (Indiana University Purdue University – USA) – “How to Manage COVID-19 Infodemic?”



Prof. Darryl Macer (American University of Sovereign Nations /AUSN – USA) – “ Ethics and Justices in COVID-19 Vaccination


Assoc. Prof. Dr. Rafdzah Ahmad Zaki (University of Malaya, Malaysia) – “Covid-19 Situation and Its Controll in the World”


Assoc. Prof. Dr. Budiyono, BSPH, MPH ( Dean of Faculty of Public Health, Universitas Diponegoro, Indonesia – Opening Session”



Assoc. Prof. Hanifa Maher Denny, BSPH, MPH, PhD (Universitas Diponegoro, Indonesia) – “Work-life Balance during COVID-19 Pandemic”


Assist. Prof. Mohammad S. Jalali, PhD (Harvard University, USA) – “Simulation Modelling of Data Science in Public Health”



Assist. Prof. Dr. Khadizah H.Abdul Mumin (University of Brunei Darussalam, Brunei Darussalam) –  “ Strengthening Maternal and Child Health Resilience in New Normal Era



Scope :

  • Health policy and management
  • Biostatistics & population study
  • Entomology on public health
  • Epidemiology
  • Health promotion
  • Public health nutrition
  • Environmental Health
  • Occupational health and safety
  • Maternal and child health
  • The Effects of CoVID-19 pandemic on lifestyle changes
  • New Normal lifestyle after Covid 19 pandemic