Rapid shift in the health status and pandemic Covid-19 has compelled academics to adapt and innovate in order to produce scientific techniques and viewpoints for resolving diverse health- related challenges in human life. The complexity of health-related human problems cannot be tackled merely through approaches and viewpoints from a single academic subject. Numerous studies have demonstrated that relying on the perspectives of a single academic area to tackle health-related human problems is fruitless, as it may produce counterproductive effects.

A clear illustration of this is the effect of pandemic Covid-19, demonstrating that investigating such a problem only from an epidemiological research approach is insufficient. The epidemiological technique alone cannot be utilized to assess the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic.  Diverse approaches are required to conduct a more comprehensive investigation of the pandemic's impact and efforts to minimize and overcome it. Therefore, additional elaboration from other fields, including as medical technology, health promotion, the healthcare system, and Pharmacy, is necessary to fully understand the pandemic's effect. As a result, comprehensive conceptions for pandemic concerns can be produced in the long run.

Diverse perspectives and techniques to explaining development difficulties result in a variety of concepts for formulating policy suggestions that may resolve the issues. Scientists have recognized that globalization and changes in information technology require them to prioritize interprofessional health collaboration in order to better understand and resolve a variety of challenges, particularly those involving health. However, numerous recent scientific articles indicate that interprofessional health collaboration has become an increasingly popular strategy for addressing other  health difficulties.

Poltekkes Kemenkes Bengkulu aspires to actualize the interprofessional health collaborative method by        hosting an international conference on interprofessional health science studies. This international conference intends to share knowledge and experiences about using an interprofessional approach to empowering interprofessional health collaboration and contributing to health science studies. Thus, it is extremely reliant on the assistance and participation of numerous parties, both local and foreign, with educational institutions, research, publications, business, and other institutions that are either directly or indirectly involved in health issues.

Poltekkes Kemenkes Bengkulu was held the the 1st International Conference on Interprofessional Health Collaboration  in 2018, and this year Poltekkes Kemenkes Bengkulu is going to have another 2nd International Conference known as The 2nd Bengkulu International Conference on Health (B-ICON) 2022 under the theme “Empowering Interprofessional Health Collaboration in Enhancing Global Health”. Thus, Poltekkes Kemenkes Bengkulu looks forward to receiving cooperation from all parties in order to effectively organize the event, which will ultimately contribute to the advancement of research and practice in human life .

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