The 8th World Workshop on Oral Health and Disease in Aids

Improving Health and Wellbeing

September 13 - 15, 2019, The Trans Resort Bali, Indonesia

The 8th World Workshop on Oral Health and Disease in Aids

Improving Health and Wellbeing

September 13 - 15, 2019, The Trans Resort Bali, Indonesia

The 8th World Workshop on Oral Health and Disease in Aids

Improving Health and Wellbeing

September 13 - 15, 2019, The Trans Resort Bali, Indonesia

The 8th World Workshop on Oral Health and Disease in Aids

Improving Health and Wellbeing

September 13 - 15, 2019, The Trans Resort Bali, Indonesia

The 8th World Workshop on Oral Health and Disease in Aids

Improving Health and Wellbeing

September 13 - 15, 2019, The Trans Resort Bali, Indonesia

IMPORTANT DATES & DEADLINES
Abstract Submission Open:
March 1, 2019
Abstract Submission Close:
May 15, 2019
Notification Letter to Presenters:
June 17, 2019
Early Bird Registration Opens:
March 1, 2019
Late Registration Opens:
July 1, 2019
Dear Colleagues,
On behalf of the International Organising Committee, I am delighted to invite you to attend the 8th World Workshop on Oral Health and Disease in AIDS: Improving Health and Wellbeing, to be held in Bali, Indonesia, 13-15 September 2019. Since the first World Workshop on HIV Oral Health and Disease in 1988, there has been significant advances in our knowledge and in the clinical management of HIV/AIDS. However, HIV remains a significant global public health challenge, with 1.8 million new infections and more than 940,000 related deaths last year alone. Disparity across the world in the rate of HIV infection, in the availability of effective management, and in the access to clinical services continues to be a problem. The WW7 meeting in Hyderabad, India in November 2014, was concluded with the participants agreeing the text of the Hyderabad Declaration which called for the oral health care for people with HIV to be made universally and equitably accessible; free from prejudice or discrimination, and to deliver health benefits based on scientific evidence. The programme for WW8 will continue this theme focusing on the wellbeing of people living with HIV globally. International speakers will be delivering talks and leading debates on related current scientific, clinical and social topics. The conference will have the usual vibe of inclusivity with participants from around the globe sharing their knowledge and acquiring new ideas and approaches to apply in their communities. We are grateful to Dr. Irna Sufiawati for her leadership role in the organisation of this Workshop. The Local Organising Committee and other supporting members from around Indonesia are working tirelessly to ensure the success of this meeting. We look forward to welcoming you in Bali in 2019.
Prof. Dr. Anwar R Tappuni, BDS, LDSRCS, Ph.D, MRACDS(OM).
Chairman
The 8th World Workshop On Oral Health And Disease In AIDS

The World Workshop on Oral Health and Disease in AIDS have been held over the last 30 years and have proved to be invaluable in that they enable clinicians and scientists from more than 30 countries working in the field to provide excellent opportunity to meet experts, exchange ideas and information, strengthen and expand the academic collaboration on an interpersonal level. The First International Workshop was held in San Diego, California, USA in 1988; followed by the Second Workshop in San Francisco, California, USA in 1993; the Third Workshop in London, England in 1996; the Fourth Workshop in Skukuza, South Africa in 2000; the Fifth Workshop in Phuket, Thailand in 2004; the Sixth Workshop in Beijing, China in 2009; and the Seventh Workshop in Hyderabad, India in 2014.

The 8th World Workshop (WW8) on Oral Health and Disease in AIDS will be held in Bali, Indonesia in 2019. The WW8 is open to the entire research community, clinicians, patient-partners, and others with an interest in improving the health of people with HIV. The conference theme is “Improving Health and Wellbeing”. This conference will focus on the impacts of economic, demographic, and social issues of HIV/AIDS in the developing countries, HIV-related stigma and discrimination in dental healthcare settings, and the advances in research and innovation in HIV/AIDS. Understanding these issues is critical in taking steps to address the global HIV epidemic and reduce health disparities, to enhance the improve oral health care providers' knowledge and attitudes, and to improve equity in health and well being among people living with HIV.

KEYNOTE SPEAKERS

John Greenspan
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Stephen J. Challacombe
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Anwar R. Tappuni
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Pandu Riono
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Alice Welbourne
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Anthony Santella
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Sharof Tugizov
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Deborah Greenspan
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Irna Sufiawati
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Christopher Hughes Fox
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WORKSHOP LEADS AND CHAIRS

Ms. Anandi Yuvaraj
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Dr. Janine Doughty
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Prof. Paul Fidel
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David Moyes
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Fiona Burns
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Anthony Santella
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Prof. Newell W. Johnson
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Jennifer Webster
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Julian Naglik
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Aaron Weinberg
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Lauren Patton
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Ian Needleman
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Velia Ramirez-Amador
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Alice Welbourn
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Faculty of Dentistry Universitas Padjadjaran
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CONTACT
SCIENTIFIC
Dr. Desiana Radithia, drg. Sp.PM (K)
+62 819 3154 2642
submissionww8@gmail.com
REGISTRATION
Shelly Lellyana, drg. Sp.PM
+62 811 2297 801
regisww8@gmail.com
EXHIBITION
Riani Setiadhi, drg. Sp.PM (K)
+62 812 2331 455
worldworkshop8.sponsor@gmail.com
SECRETARIAT
Dewi Zakiawati, drg. M.Sc
+62 812 1451 4225
worldworkshop8@gmail.com

TRANSPORTATION & ACCOMMODATION
Rochman Mujayanto, drg., Sp.PM.
+62 878 648 19000
balitour.ww8aids@gmail.com
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