Currently she is undertaking a PhD degree in clinical medicine in the University of Oxford, and is working as the study coordinator for the EXPLAIN study (Exploration of Antimicrobial Consumption to Identify Targets for Quality Improvement in Indonesian Hospitals: A mixed-method study) for EOCRU.
Her background is doctor of medicine, graduated from Sam Ratulangi University, Manado, Indonesia. She demonstrated history of working in the community health settings as a community physician and community health educator. After completing a Master degree in Public Health in Flinders University, South Australia, she was working for five years in an eight countries consortium conducting health system research focused on close-to-community health providers and maternal health.
Her research interests are included health system and governance, health-related behaviors and practices, and quality in healthcare. She is skilled in mixed-method research, qualitative research, social science in health, health promotion, communication and negotiation skills of health care providers, maternal health, supportive supervision, quality improvement, monitoring and evaluation using the Most Significant Change (MSC) method, antimicrobial resistance and stewardship, and antibiotic use.
Research coordinator for Exploration of Antimicrobial Consumption to Identify Targets for Quality Improvement in Indonesian Hospitals (EXPLAIN Study): A Mixed Method Study, Eijkman-Oxford Clinical Research Unit (EOCRU)
DPhil Candidate in Clinical Medicine, University of Oxford
Research operations manager for REACHOUT Consortium Indonesia, Eijkman Institute for Molecular Biology
Program support and investigation officer PEP++ (post-exposure prophylaxis) , NLR
Flinders University, Adelaide, South Australia, Graduate Diploma in Human Nutrition (GDHN)
Flinders University, Adelaide, South Australia, Master of Public Health (MPH)
Sam Ratulangi University, Manado, Indonesia, Doctor of Medicine (MD)
Antenatal testing for anaemia, HIV and syphilis in Indonesia – a health systems analysis of low coverage, BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth
Cultural norms create a preference for traditional birth attendants and hinder health facility-based childbirth in Indonesia and Ethiopia: a qualitative inter-country study, International Journal of Health Promotion and Education
What factors do make quality improvement work in primary health care? Experiences of maternal health quality improvement teams in three Puskesmas in Indonesia? , PLoS ONE
Is quality affordable for community health systems? Costs of integrating quality improvement into close-to-community health programmes in five low-income and middle-income countries, BMJ Global Health
Analysis of Indonesia’s community health volunteer (kader) as maternal health promoters in the community integrated health services (Posyandu) following health promotion training, International Journal of Community Medicine and Public Health
Health system governance following devolution: comparing experiences of decentralization in Kenya and Indonesia, BMJ
Use of most significant change (MSC) technique to evaluate health promotion training of maternal community health workers in Cianjur district, Indonesia, Evaluation and Program Planning
Pedoman pelatihan promosi kesehatan ibu untuk kader Posyandu ,
Challenges that hinder parturients to deliver in health facilities: A qualitative analysis in two districts of Indonesia, Makara Journal of Health Research