PROGRAM

Thursday, 10 November 2016 (at Kyoto Brighton Hotel)
15:00-17:00 Registration
17:00-18:00 Opening Mass
18:00-18:30 Opening Ceremony & Welcome Address
18:30-20:00 Welcome Reception
Friday, 11 November 2016 (at Shiran Kaikan)
09:30-10:30

Alimurung Lecture (Special Lecture)
Chair: Shigeki Hitomi

“Retinal cell therapy using iPS cells”
by Dr. Masayo Takahashi, Riken Center for Developmental Biology

10:30-10:50 Coffee / Tea break
10:50-12:30

Session 1: Health care system for elderly clergy
Chair: Lukas Jusuf & Shigeki Hitomi

  1. Instead of adding days to life, add life to days -Nurturing elderly clergy’s health,
    by Waldemar Kippes
  2. Diocesan Commission for the health care of the clergy and religious,
    by Peter Anthony Fok
  3. Founding a supporting system for retired priest and nuns in an aging society,
    by Shigeki Hitomi
  4. Recent status of health care system for elderly retired clergy in Korea,
    by Kang Joon-Ki
  5. The health care system for elderly clergy in Taiwan,
    by Arlene Te
12:30-13:30 Lunch
13:30-14:50

Session 2: AIDS: Present state and struggles against it in Asian countries
Chair: Makoto Utsumi

  1. Outcome of HIV pregnant women: perspective of family planning and reproductive health,
    by Yovita Hartantri
  2. Option-out approach to HIV testing in prevention mother to child transmission among Indonesian pregnant women,
    by Agnes Indrati
  3. The picture of HIV in Malaysia today,
    by Dr. Juliet Matthew & Benedict Sim Lim Heng
  4. Present status and challenges of HIV/AIDS in Japan,
    by Kazuko Ito & Makoto Kobayashi
14:50-16:10

Session 3: Care for aged patients in their terminal stage
Chair: Freddie Loh & Buichi Ishijima

  1. Care for aged patients in terminal stage -Advanced Directive Perspective,
    by Freddie Loh
  2. Advance Directives and so-called Living Wills: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly,
    by George Isajiw
  3. "Natural Death" of the aged people at nursing institutes or at their homes,
    by Buichi Ishijima
  4. Human dignity at the end of life,
    by Peter Au-Yeung
16:10-16:30 Coffee / Tea break
16:30-18:10

Session 4: Protecting the rights of children, especially trafficking and abuse of small children
Chair: Toshiyuki Itoi

  1. Child abuse protection in Japan,
    by Makiko Okuyama
  2. Kid on the market,
    by Sharon Gopalan
  3. “The cradle of the stork” and pregnancy and child-rearing counseling service,
    by Taiji Hasuda
  4. Child maltreatment intervention -Call for our attention,
    by Waty Smiati Halim
  5. Fair trade - Cast your vote for the better world,
    by Tomoko Hitomi
18:10- Free time
19:00- FIAMC Council Meeting (at Garden Palace Hotel)
Saturday, 12 November 2016
09:40-10:40

Session 5: Contributions from outside of the AFCMA (at Inamori Hall, Shiran-Kaikan)
Chair: Fumihiko Shinozaki & Ignatius Harjadi Widjaja

  1. Fifty years ago: The creation of F.I.A.M.C. as an independent and democratic federation, with statutes approved by the Holy See,
    by Blin Francois
  2. Cooperation among the Catholic doctors, nurses and medical institutes in Japan,
    by Hiroji Shima
10:40-11:00 Coffee / Tea Break Coffee / Tea Break
11:00-12:00

Session 6: Post-disaster care (at Inamori Hall, Shiran-Kaikan)
Chair: Hirohiko Kakizaki & Kazu Kobayashi

  1. Support activities of Japan Catholic Medical Institute Association in the big earthquake-disasters,
    by Kenichiro Ide
  2. How to support Victims spiritually after disasters,
    by Kazu Kobayashi
  3. Report of support activities of sendai-chapter of JCMA in the Great East Japan Earthquake,
    by Yumiko Mizoguchi
  4. Bereavement care: The interactional approach for local NPO staff -Looking back 5 year-activity at the Great East Japan Earthquake area~,
    by Keiko Ito
  5. The task about mental health care in the event of a disaster utilizing palliative care ~Trough the experience of ‘Doctor's Ochakko’ at Otsuchi-cho in Iwate prefecture~,
    by Yuko Ohi
12:00-13:00 Lunch / Exco Meeting for Board members (at Shirankaikan Annex, B1)
13:00-14:30 Session 7: Posters (at Hall Lobby, Shiran-Kaikan)
All the speakers are to stand-by for discussion in front of their own posters.
14:30-15:30

Session 8: Free Papers (1) (10 min / topic, 8 min for talk & 2 min for discussion) (at Inamori Hall, Shiran-Kaikan)
Chair: Shin-ichiro Kitagawa & Mary Ann Lou

  1. Increased incidence and medical expenses in elderly hemodialysis patients in Taiwan: An importance issue in palliative care,
    by Chi-Hung Cheng
  2. Health informatics era evolving health care of the elders,
    by Chi-Min Shih
  3. Knowledge of aging and attitudes toward elders among long-term care facilities staffs in Taiwan,
    by Ying-Ling Kuo
  4. The health consequences of Korea’s rapidly aging population,
    by Kang-Sook Lee
  5. Promoting a good death for nursing home tesidents,
    by Yu-Tai Lo
  6. Using geriatric comprehensive assessment to enhance autonomy,
    by Wei-YongChiang

Session 10: Free Papers (3) (10 min / topic, 8 min for talk & 2 min for discussion) (at Yamauchi Hall, Shiran-Kaikan)
Chair: Yayoi Takei

  1. Ethico-moral assessment of the compassionate use of medical cannabis in the Philippine setting,
    by Pacifico Eric Calderon
  2. A community service experience of early child developmental intervention in a catholic hospital of Taiwan,
    by Li-Chih Wong
  3. Knowledge, attitude and behavior of medical student on abortion in Jakarta, Indonesia,
    by Tommy Tanumihardja
  4. Love and truth doctors formation of a catholic physician,
    by Etienne Gaisne
  5. Wholeness the aim of medicine, spirituality within medical treatment,
    by Dr. Kippes Waldemar
  6. How to flourish Jesus’ message – “Whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers of mine, you did for me” – among managers of Cardinal Tien Hospital in Taiwan?
    by Mariola Zofia Stawasz
15:30-16:30

Session 9: Free Papers (2) (10 min / topic, 8 min for talk & 2 min for discussion) (at Inamori Hall, Shiran-Kaikan)
Chair: Kazuo Niwaya

  1. A psychosocial analysis of elderly Karaoke activity,
    by Wen-Wei Shen
  2. A multicenter study on the practice of informed consent and assent in pediatric care,
    by Danilo Ballesteros
  3. Benefits of participating in an intergenerational program in a senior home for young children,
    by Meng-Tien Wu
  4. Abortion grief: A disenfranchised grief,
    by Anne Lastmann
  5. Professional comportment and ethical responsibilities of health care practitioners on social media,
    by Pacifico Eric Calderon
  6. A solution to solve health care probelm,
    by Lie Dharmawan

Session 11: Free Papers (4) (10 min / topic, 8 min for talk & 2 min for discussion) (at Yamauchi Hall, Shiran-Kaikan)
Chair: Masamichi Goto & Arlene Te

  1. What should we do for the least of our brethren?
    by Brian Hung
  2. Love and truth doctors formation of a catholic physician,
    by Mary Ann Lou
  3. Knowledge of the general practitioners from Bandung towards thalassemia carrier: Implication on promotion and preventive program of thalassemia in West Java Indonesia,
    by Edhyana Sahiratmadja
  4. Ten years of surgical mission for lepers with missionaries of charity in India,
    by Etienne Gaisne
  5. Building the faith of catholic medical students who study in a non catholic university,
    by Laniyati Hamijoyo
  6. Cultivate student’s healing power,
    by Kuo-Inn Tsou
16:30-18:00 Transfer to Banquet Venue
18:00-20:00 Congress Banquet (at Brighton Hotel)
Sunday, 13 November 2016 (at Shiran Kaikan)
09:30-10:40

(5 min / 1 country)
Session 11: Country Reports
Chair: Makoto Kobayashi & Hirohiko Kakizaki

Representatives of each country are to present their countries’ reports

10:40-11:00 Break
11:00-12:00 Closing Mass and Ceremony (at Shiran Kaikan)
12:00- City Tour
pre-registered participants only