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2011

  1. Prof. Eef Hogervost from Loughborough University UK. “Workshop on Scientific Writing” Jakarta, April 2011.
  2. Prof. Philip Kreager from Oxford University UK. “Public Lecturer”, UI Depok, September, 2011.

“Active Aging Consortium Asia Pacific and South East Asean Country Meeting on Aging”, Bali, Oktober 2011:

  1. Professor Sarah Harper: Director of Oxford Institute of Population Ageing, University of Oxford UK (Changing Intergenerational Relationships in Europe and Asia).
  2. Dr. Marry Ann Tsao – Tsao Foundation, Singapore. (Lesson Learned from the Centre of Succsessful Ageing in Singapore   to conduct Age Friendly Services).
  3. Professor Takeo Ogawa – Kumamoto University & AABC. (Partnership for Training of Transnational Care Workers and Nurses in Asia/Pacific).
  4. Dr. Thelma Kay – Ministry of Community Development, Youth and Sports Singapore. (The Role of Community Services to Enhance Older Persons Wellbeing).
  5. Professor Kioshi Adachi – Kyushu University. (Caregiving in Nursing Homes).
  6. Dr. Lois Greenwood – Greenwood Management Consulting, Hawaii, USA. (U.S. National Model Pilot: Preceptorship Training for Hawaii Long Term Care Nurses in Team Leadership).
  7. Dr. Phobe Tang – Asia–Pacific Institute of Aging Studies, Hongkong. (The Intergenerational Relationships to Enhance Age Friendly Community in Hongkong).
  8. Professor Eef Hogervorst – School of Sports and Health Sciences, University of Loughborough, UK. (Interactive and Intergenerational Strategy in Caring for the Elderly).
  9. Dr. Leng Leng Thang and Dr. Alice Chin – National Universty of Singapore, Coucil for Third Age. (The Intergenerational Solidarity in Singapore).
  1. Professor Hiroko Akiyama: Director of Center for Ageing, University of Tokyo, Japan (Redesigning Age Friendly Community 2030).
  2. Professor Alfred Chan Cheung Ming: Director of Asia–Pacific Institute of Aging Studies, Hongkong (Ageing Policy Initiatives in Preparing for the Future Challenges).
  3. Dr. Shun Ohno, Visiting Professor of Center for Southeast Asian Studies, Kyoto University. (The Age of Transnational Care in Aging Societies: Extensive Explorations of Problems of Japan’s Acceptance of Indonesian and Filipino Nurses & Care Workers).
  4. Dr. Dong Hee Han – Bussan Healthy Family Support Center, Korea. (Promoting Information Technology to Support Age Friendly Community).

2012

  1. Professor Eef Hogervorst (School of Sports and Health Sciences, University of Loughborough, UK). (The Role of Higher Education Institutes to Promote Older Persons Wellbeing). CASUI, UKDW, and UNRIYO , Yogyakarta, 17 October 2012.
  2. Dr. Ashish Goel, College of Medical Sciences, Delhi University, New Delhi . (The Contribution of College of Medical Sciences to Enhance Medical Care for Older Persons). CASUI, UKDW, and UNRIYO , Yogyakarta, 17 October 2012.
  3. Assoc. Prof. Evonne Miller- Creative Industries Faculty, Queensland University of Technology, Australia. (Mitigating the impact of changing climate on older people’s wellbeing: Vision, leadership and environmental design). SymposiumPromoting environmental and inclusive design in relation to the impact of climate change of older persons health and wellbeing”. UI Depok, 10 December 2012.
  4. Assoc. Prof. Yasuyuki Hirai – Faculty of Design, Kyushu University Japan. (Inclusive Design for Ageing and Climate Change).SymposiumPromoting environmental and inclusive design in relation to the impact of climate change of older persons health and wellbeing”. UI Depok, 10 December 2012.

2013

  1. Professor Barry Bogin, Loughborough University, UK. General Lecture: “Nutrition, Growth and Development Ageing”. Jakarta, Maret 2013. CAS UI bekerjasama dengan WHO CC, Universitas Respati Indonesia dan Blue Bird Group.
  1. Professor Eef Hogervorst, Loughborough University, UK. General Lecture: “Active Ageing and Dementia”. Yogyakarta, Mei 2013. CAS UI bekerjasama dengan WHO CC, Universitas Respati Yogyakarta.

 

2014

  1. Professor Takeo Ogawa, Asian Business Centre Jepang. Seminar “Harmonisasi Perawatan Jangka Panjang (LTC) untuk Caregiver antara Indonesia dan Jepang”. Yogyakarta, Agustus 2014. CAS UI bekerjasama dengan WHO CC, Universitas Respati Yogyakarta.
  1. Professor Takeo Ogawa, Asian Business Centre Jepang dan Professor Hidefumi Shida dari Kyushu University Jepang. Workshop & Seminar “Harmonisasi Perawatan Jangka Panjang (LTC) untuk Caregiver antara Indonesia dan Jepang”. Yogyakarta, November 2014. CAS UI bekerjasama dengan WHO CC, Universitas Respati Yogyakarta.