Tapanuli International Health Conference


Covid-19 has shaped many new perspectives on the order of life around the world. This perspective encourages humans to get used to a life model that is different from the life model before the pandemic era known as the new life order. This new life order will certainly have an impact on all existing aspects, such as health and economic aspects.

At a time when this infectious disease continues to spread throughout the world and no one sure when it will end, degenerative diseases continue to show an increasing trend in the number of sufferers from time to time. It has resulted in an increasing burden on health services. So that an effective and efficient solution is needed to control this situation.

Degenerative is a disease due to decreased function of the existing systems in the body. It occurs due to hereditary factors, an unhealthy lifestyle or aging. Degenerative diseases occur in all systems, such as the neurological system, cardiovascular system, endocrine system and musculoskeletal system. The result of this disease is a gradual decline in the quality of life of the sufferer.

Various disciplines in the health sector have an important role in controlling or preventing this disease. Such as in the fields of medicine, nursing, midwifery, public health and pharmacy. One of the roles that can be shown is from the aspect of health research.

Research requires clear consideration in its implementation and have to consider the outputs that obtained from it. Research with broad impact on the control and prevention of degenerative diseases needs benefit of the users such as the community immediately to achieve a healthy and productive society in the Pandemic era of the Covid-19.

Various effective and efficient comprehensive approaches need to be studied more deeply to find the best solution, such as implementation of various scientific meetings. One of them is through the idea of implementing the 2022 Tapanuli International Health Conference. This scientific meeting will bring together various experts and researchers to share the latest information regarding the prevention of degenerative diseases, as an effort to create a healthy and productive society.


“Sustainable Degenerative Diseases Prevention Towards A Healthy and Productive Society”


  1. Medical and Surgical Nursing
  2. Community Nursing
  3. Palliative Care
  4. Alternative Medicine
  5. Epidemiology
  6. Health Promotion
  7. Maternal and Neonatal Health


Strengthening international networks in an effort to improve quality of health services that are effective and efficient

As a means of sharing information on the results of research and the latest technology in the field of prevention of degenerative diseases.


Due to Covid-19 situation, The TIHC will be held in full virtual with using platform zoom and YouTube

Call for Papers

Researchers, lecturers, health professional , and students are kindly invited to participate and contribute to help shape the conference. Quality innovative and original results of various types of research, empirical practices and constructive propositions are welcome.

The papers should be written in English and must be between 4 to 6 pages or more (3000-4000 words) on the template provided.

All submitted conference papers will be peer review by competent reviewers. The abstract book, and certificate of presentation and participation will be handed at the conference desk.

Full papers that have been accepted can pay for the conference fee. The committee will review the full paper before submitting to the publisher.

Selected papers will be published by Atlantis Press (Part of Springer Nature). All articles get a digital object identifier (DOI).

Important dates

Abstract Submission Deadline : 25 February 2022
Abstract Acceptance Notification : 28 February 2022
Fullpaper Submission Deadline : 8 March 2022
Seminar Day : 15 -16 March 2021


Registration Fee and Payment


( 1 – 14 January 2022)

Late Registration

14 February – 03 March 2022

Local Participants
Health Professional IDR 150 IDR 175
Student IDR 125 IDR 150
Overseas Participants
Health Professional USD 15 USD 17
Student USD 12 USD 15
Local Presenter
Health Professional IDR 1.000 K IDR 1.250 K
Student IDR 800 K IDR 1.000 K
Overseas Presenter
Health Professional USD 100 USD 125
Student USD 80 USD 100

Please make your payment through the following account

Bank Name                    : Bank Mandiri

Account Number          : 183 – 00 – 0298994 – 4

Account Holder            : LPPM Universitas Aufa Royhan


Submitted papers will be peer reviewed by international reviewers. Accepted papers are planned to be published and indexed International Reputable Publisher and Indexation



Universiti Sains Malaysia, Malaysia 
Assoc Prof. Dr. Mohd Ismail Bin Ibrahim 
Assoc Prof. Dr. Mohd Nazri Bin Shafei 
Prince Songkla University, Thailand 
Asst. Prof. Dr. Sukanya Dej-Adisai   
Chang Gung University, Taiwan Prof. Yi-Chen Chiu 
Universitas Riau, Indonesia 
Ns. Bayhakki, M. Kep, Sp.KMB, Ph.D 
Ns. Yufitriana Amir, M. Sc, Ph.D, FisQua 
Universitas Andalas, Indonesia 
Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Dian Handayani, Apt 
Universitas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia 
Prof. M. Hakimi, Sp. OG (K)., Ph. D 
Universitas Aufa Royhan Padangsidimpuan, Indonesia 
Rusdiyah, SKM, M. Kes, Ph.D 
Dr. Anto, SKM, M. Kes, MM 
Dr. Haslinah, SKM, M. Kes 

Editorial Team
Editor in chief
Ns. Sukhri Herianto Ritonga, M. Kep
Editorial Board
Ns. Febrina Angraini Simamora, M. Kep
Arinil Hidayah, SKM, M. Kes
Nefonavratilova Ritonga, SKM, MKM
Nurelila Sari, S. Keb, M. Keb
Ns. Adi Antoni, M. Kep
Nurul Hidayah Nasution, SKM, MKM
Ns. Natar Fitri Napitupulu, M. Kep
Lola Pebrianthy, S. Keb, M. Keb
Sri Sartika Sari Dewi, SST, M. Keb
Ns. Nanda Suryani Sagala, M. Kes
Nurlaila, S.Pd, MM
Apt. Cory Linda Futri Harahap, M. Farm
Ns. Masrina Munawarah T, M. Kep
Yulinda Aswan, SST, M. Keb


Contact Person
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+6285337542125 (Nefo)
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