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Term of reference

Field Study Program on Public Health Concern in Manila, Phillipina

Introduction

As developing country, Indonesia tries to improve quality of man power especially in

education, to produce a good manager for health institution.   Andalas University

has provided medical education and also master degree in public health since 2009.

In this master program we have two major, one for public health and the other

for hospital management.

In order to make benchmark for this magister program, we need to know

how developed countries such as Australia set up the education, and

the program relating to management public health and hospital.

AIM:

1. To know about community health care/primary health care in Manila, Phillipina

2. To know about management in some hospital such as district hospital,

private hospital, university hospital in Australia.

3. To probe for further joint research in health research center

Members of Group

Student of graduate program / magister program in public health and

hospital management: 26 people

Their background mostly from: medical doctor, nurse, public health bachelor.

Lecturer :3 people

Time schedule

31st October – 8th November 2014

Activities

 

As attached

 

FIELD STUDY REPORT

GRADUATE PROGRAM OF ANDALAS UNIVERSITY

DOCTORAL PROGRAM OF MEDICINE

MAGISTER PROGRAM OF PUBLIC HEALTH

MAGISTER PROGRAM OF BIOMEDIC

2013

Rationale

Andalas University as an institution in West Sumatera has a mission and responsibility to take part in development of human resources and capacity building. It is realized that developing a Joint program with university in VIETNAM and THAILAND is essential to make a universal access to information for health professionals. It is a prerequisite for meeting the Millennium Development Goals and achieving Health for All. All the knowledge gain could promote the generation and use of health policy and could improve the health system in Indonesia, especially in West Sumatera.

Approach

The Joint Program is undertaken to support the research and capacity building themes of the Andalas University. The scope of the research and capacity building work of the proposed Joint Program would enable working towards in strengthening all matters related to a preventive and promotion approach to health issues, and increasing quality of health services.

Activity

Field study to Ho Chi Minh City University and Institute of Hygiene and Public Health in Vietnam and Mahidol University in Thailand.  

Place

Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam and Bangkok, Thailand

Date

28th October – 4th November 2012

Participant

A. Management of Graduate Program, Faculty of Medicine, Andalas University

  1. Chair,  Doctoral Degree of Medicine Study Program, Prof. Yanwirasti, MD, PhD
  2. Chair,  Master Degree of Public Health, Prof. Rizanda Machmud, MD, MPH, Dr.PH

B. Lecturer

  1. Prof. Menkher Manjas, MD, PhD, Orthopedic
  2. Prof. dr. Ir. Yonariza, MSc
  3. Nuzulia Irawati, MSc, PhD
  4. Delmi Sulastri, MD, MSc, PhD
  5. Rosfita Rasyid, MD PhD
  6. Arni Amir,MSc
  7. Rima Semiarti, MD, MHA
  8. Yuniar Lestari, MD, MPH

C. Student

  1. Efrida, MD
  2. Almurdi, MSc
  3. Zurrahmi,MD
  4. Anita Yusvira MD
  5. Desywar MD
  6. Dewi Susanti Febri MD
  7. Erwan bardam, MD
  8. Indra Velutina, MD
  9. Nenny Winda, MD
  10. Satya Widya Yenny, MD
  11. Silvia Ikhlas, BSc
  12. Yalenda Sofyan
  13. Yulivitri, MD

Field trip cost

Participant paid for transportation with Air Asia flight from Padang - Kula Lumpur- Ho Chi Minh City-Bangkok-Kuala Lumpur-Padang, Local transportation by Bus, Accomodation 3 stars hotel, food and drink. Each participant pay about Rp. 8.600.000,-

Programs

VIETNAM:

1. Visiting Ho Chi Minh City University

a. Half day round table seminar in Faculty of  Public Health

b. Sharing each other experiences in public health service, especially experiences on the applying social capital concept in public health service

c. Exploring research collaboration areas

d. Presenter : Prof. Dr. dr. Rizanda Machmud M.Kes

2. Visiting University Medical Center, hospital tour and sharing management experiences

3. Visiting Center of Molecular BioMedicine

a. Sharing each other experiences in Laaboratory service

b. Exploring research collaboration areas

4. Visiting Chao Ray Hospital Private Hospital and Nhan Dan Gia District Hospital : hospital tour and sharing management experiences

5. Visiting Institute of Hygiene Public Health in HO Chi Minh City

Half day round table seminar

a. Sharing each other experiences in public health service, especially experiences on the problem solving in road traffic accident as public health problem

b. Exploring research collaboration areas

c. Presenter : Prof. Dr.dr. Menkher Manjas, SpB, FICs

6. Visiting health care facilities in areas surrounding Ho Chi Minh City, Community Health Center (CHC) in district 8

BANGKOK

7. Visiting School of Pulic Health Mahidol University

a. Sharing each other experiences in public health service, especially experiences on the applying social capital concept in public health service

b. Exploring research collaboration areas

Output

1. Agreement on further human resources development and capacity building between Andalas Univ. and Ho Chi Minh City University Univ.

2. Understanding about community health care/primary health care in Vietnam and Thailand

3. Understanding about public health service system, referral system, social health insurance, hospital management information system, health financial system, and others.

4. Understanding about management in some hospital  such as district hospital, private hospital, university hospital in Australia

5. Gaining universal access to information for health professionals

6. Initiating and managing inter- and multi-disciplinary health research programs

7. Sharpening and focusing research analysis and results, and ultimately to disseminate research findings to appropriate audiences for the benefit of the community at large

8. Teaming up with some researcher between Andalas and Deakin University to develop research collaboration

9. Scoping article together for publication in international journal


 

 


 

2011

 

PART I. ADMINISTRATIVE INFORMATION

1.1 Name of team Leader and institutional affiliation:

Title : Prof. MD, MPH, Dr Public Health

Surname : Machmud

First Name: Rizanda

Full Postal Address of team leader to be used for correspondence:

Program Pascasarjana Universitas Andalas (Post Graduate Programme Andalas University)

Gedung E Kampus Limau Manis, PO BOX 271, Padang – 25163, Indonesia

Telephone : +62 0751 71686

Fax : +62 0751 71691

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1.2 Title of project:

UNU-IIGH Twinning Programme with Andalas University, Padang - West

Sumatera, Indonesia

1.3 Summary:

Twinning institute’s Proposal of Andalas University with UNU-IIGH.

The proposed twinning institute is establishing a smaller but permanent operating unit of UNU-IIGH to support the work of the main institute in Kuala Lumpur. This Institute would draw on the strengths of Indonesia.

Andalas University realize that develops as a twinning programme with UNU IIGH is essential to make an universal access to information for health professionals is a prerequisite for meeting the Millennium Development Goals and achieving Health for All.

The institute helps to ensure that international knowledge is available to address health problems in Indonesia and in other countries. A key element of the institute's work is to share experience and knowledge between the Indonesia and other countries. It serves as a focal point for health-related issues in the ASEAN region, in other parts of Asia and in other developing countries.


PART II

STRUCTURE PROPOSAL

A. Technical Proposal

Background

Lack of access to information remains a major barrier to knowledge-based health care in developing countries. The development of reliable, relevant, usable information can be represented as a system that requires cooperation among a wide range of professionals including health-care providers, policy makers, researchers, publishers, information professionals, indexers etc.

The system is not working because it is poorly understood, unmanaged, and under-resourced.  It needs capacity development of human resources.

This happened in Indonesia, there are a lot of data, but the ends up on the storage. No analysis further that could be useful for health policy.

Not only problem of access but also problem of networking - among local institutions and between local institutions and other centers in the region and internationally

Andalas University as an institution in West Sumatera, has a mission and responsibility to taking part in development of human resources and capacity building. We realize that develops as a twinning programme with UNU IIGH is essential to make an universal access to information for health professionals is a prerequisite for meeting the Millennium Development Goals and achieving Health for All. All the information has given could promote the generation and use of health policy and could improve the health system in Indonesia.

Challenge

The main aim of the twinning programme is to provide health research, training and public services in support of national growth and development; to develop a research and training centre with special focus on global health under the umbrella of UN University.

Furthermore, it aims to expand institutional capacity to initiate and manage inter- and multi-disciplinary health research programs, to sharpen and focus research analysis and results, and ultimately to disseminate research findings to appropriate audiences for the benefit of the community at large.

In terms of UNU IIGH twinning programme, the type’s activity that twinning institute might engage include:

i) Accessibility, Efficiency and Quality of Care in the Health System

ii) Newly Emerging and Re-Emerging Diseases

iii) Control of Non-communicable Diseases

iv) Information Technology in Health

v) Climate Change and Health

vi) Impact of Globalization on Health

The scope of the research and capacity building work of the proposed twin institute should enable it to work towards strengthening all matters related to a preventive and promotive approach to health issues. The twin institute will undertake to support the research and capacity building themes of the main institute.

In terms of its capacity development activities, the institute focuses such programmes to enhance: (1) policy development; (2) implementation; (3) evaluation and monitoring; and (4) improvement.

Its capacity development activities would of necessity to be international in character, but they should also make use of existing national resources both in host country and elsewhere. Capacity development should be directed to those in most need of training and skill enhancement.

Specifically, the twin institute support the main institute in the implementation of postdoctoral, PhDs, Masters programme and conduct short courses in identified areas of priority.

Advantage of twinning institute in Indonesia

The main purpose Andalas University with twinning program with UNU IIGH, is Setting up a UNU-IIGH twinning institute would have significant benefits to Indonesia given the high credibility United Nation University has at international level.

The twin institute have a specific comparative advantage if it took an inter sector and interdisciplinary approach to its work, with characteristic broad-based, needs-oriented, open-minded and far sighted and be able to act quickly and decisively on new and emerging issues.

A key element of the proposed twin institute’s work could be networking - among local institutions and between local institutions and other centers in the region and internationally. The institute could work locally with other United Nations organizations, and it could network with such organizations as WHO, FAO, UNAIDS and UNICEF, at the regional and international levels. In doing so, the institute could help to ensure that international knowledge is available to address health problems in the host countries and in other countries.

A key advantage for the proposed twin institute would be its ability to build on the strengths of the academic institutions in Indonesia in extending its programs to other developing countries.

Being established under the United Nations University umbrella would make the overall implementation of the work of the twin institute simpler; there would be more transparency, and easy access and sharing of knowledge would be facilitated as it would be a part of the larger United Nations system.

And furthermore it promotes the dissemination and use of health policy and system knowledge to improve the performance of health system, and also accessible worldwide

Transition of the process

Twinning programme  is planning to be available in Andalas University with UNU- IIGH. There is a period of transition for Andalas University to become available to establish twinning institute. It’s because to do a twining institute, it needs appropriate program met and further development of the field. It needs a process for Andalas University as a twinning institute.

Road Map of activity

The three main steps will be arranged

I. First step: Preparation being establish as a twinning institute

II. Second step : Do the action as a twinning institute

III. Third step: Capable of providing technical support and training to other institution, organization, conduct short courses in indentified areas of priority with the United Nations University umbrella

First step: Preparation being establish as a twinning institute

  1. Improving capacity of staffs, academic and administrative in twinning institute.
    • Training of the staff from UNU IIGH
    • Collaborate with UNU IIGH, draw upon expertise health issues
    • Preparation of staff member familiar with twinning institute, particularly joint on site-training.

  1. Establishing management information system of twinning institute.
    • Preparation of administration.

i. Developing curriculum postdoctoral, PhDs, Masters programme

ii. Sending staff for training of trainer on health related issues

iii. Training Staff

    • Prepare road show for setting socialization

  1. Publicity available
    • Make a web site on internet.

Second step: Do the action as a twinning institute.

  1. To make an appropriate methods for conducting

· Preparation of institution, admission for student, postdoctoral, PhDs, Masters and exchange programme

· Collaborate with UNU IIGH and stake holders

  1. To make a packaging health policy and system research

· Capable of providing technical support and training

· Organize peer review of health policy, monitoring, evaluation and implementation

  1. To establish a centre of excellent for of health systems intervention

· Make some research on qualitative or quantitative

  1. Developing methods for involving stake holders in the design and conduct of systematic reviews on health related issues

· Approaches to have collaboration with local government are with yearly to yearly contract.

· Nurture the partner agencies of the problems encountered.

Third step: Capable of providing technical support and training to other institution, organization, conduct short courses in indentified areas of priority with the United Nations University umbrella

  1. Developing methods for searching for relevant studies, particularly universal access to information for health professionals. It is a prerequisite for meeting the Millennium Development Goals and achieving Health for All. All the information has given could promote the generation and use of health policy and could improve the health system in Indonesia
  2. Developing network with such organizations as WHO, FAO, UNAIDS and UNICEF
  3. Developing an universal access and also accessible worldwide with international publication


The Roadmaps for development is presented below following the scenarios mentioned above.

Time Frame

Program

Measure

Responsible Party

Resource

Output

2010 - 2011

Human Resource Mapping

-Capacity to do twinning institution

-Expertise/competency

-Capacity to run projects

Rector

Andalas University

Proposal of twinning institute

2011

Resource

Development

-Standard curriculum

-Quality control

-Administrative

Director

Secretary

UNU IIGH

Readiness to run twinning institute

2011-2012

Certification

Certification as twinning institution from UNU

UNU IIGH

UNU

Certificates

2012

Launching the Twinning institute UNU IIGH

B. Technical Capabilities

Organization

Andalas University as the twin institute has its own academic staff. However the main institute UNU IIGH will support the twin institute to provide the needed academic staff for it operation.

The in-house academic staffs of Andalas University are 4 persons. This helps to ensure the scientific credibility of the twin institute centre and allow it to have, in a relatively short time, specific studies or research publications of its own.

These will be a key to building international recognition of the new institute and to mobilizing interest and support from international researchers and funding agencies.

The research staff component is international in character, but it also includes selected researchers from Andalas University to help ensure that the necessary local linkages are forged and nurtured.


To support the academic staff, the institute would need a small and efficient support staff component. Table 1 below sets out a prospective staffing table for the institute when fully operational.

Table 1: Prospective staffing table for a UNU-Institute on Global Health Twin Institute

Code

Position

Name

P-5

Senior Research Fellow/ Coordinator

Prof. Rizanda Machmud, MD, MPH, DR.PH

PSA/P4

Research Fellow

Prof. Indrawati Lipoeto, MD, MSc, PhD

PSA/P4

Research Fellow

Dr. Masrul, MD, MSc

PSA/P4

Research Fellow

Rima Semiarti, MD, MHA

GS-4

Programme Assistant

Adila Kasniati, MD, MHA

GS-4

Administrative Assistant

GS-4

Personnel Assistant

Ade Suzana Bsc

GS-4

Finance Assistant

Budgetary Requirements

The proposed twinning institute to be financially viable over the longer term and it is have the ability to carry out a full, independent and sustainable set of research, capacity development and knowledge transmission activities.

It has annual income which comes from investment income from an endowment fund, not only from Andalas University budget but also from the West Sumatera Province. This in line with the criteria and guidelines for establishment of UNU research and training centers and programmes (RTC/Ps).

Therefore, the core income for the twin institute come an endowment fund from Higher Education, by Education Department of Indonesia. The amount of capital funding needed will be needed is estimated to be about one third of the endowment of the main institute which is around USD 15 million. It will be provide by higher education of ministry of education, Indonesia

Vision:

The vision of the Twinning Programme UNU IIGH is that having professional works. By 2020 becomes universal access, accessible worldwide and one of leading centre for other developing countries.

Mission:

  1. To capacity development of human resources
  2. To assist Government of Indonesia (GoI) in evaluating on health policy to become effectiveness and estimation of impact of policy option
  3. To provide universal access to information for health, in achieving Health for All of the Millennium Development Goals

Experience & skills in health policy

As we are under the current research center, there are some researchers conducted as well as assist Government of Indonesia in health policy such as recommendation health policy in communicable disease control; action research in policy of reducing infant mortality rate and maternal mortality rate in Provincial; Health policy in preparation of planning document, including research on financing human development in local governments.

  1. Prof. Rizanda Machmud (MD, MPH, DR. Public Health)

Rizanda Machmud was born in Jakarta, December 8th, 1967. She was entering Faculty of s Medicine at Andalas University and accomplished her first degree in 1993. Become a lecturer in the faculty of medicine since 1997, and took her master degrees in University of Indonesia at Pubic Health Faculty (2000). She obtained her doctoral degree in Public health at the University of Indonesia around 2 years with cumlaude in 2005.

Her dissertation research is about Pneumonia in children under 5 years in Indonesia. She interested in this topic, because Pneumonia is one of acute respiratory infection disease that mostly caused mortality on children. Many efforts have been conducted by Indonesian Government to reduce morbidity and mortality rate caused by pneumonia. Unfortunately, those rates have not been achieved as target. Title of the dissertation was Role of Contextual Factors in Pneumonia in Children under Five Years in Indonesia: an Approach with Multilevel Modeling. It was describing phenomena of Pneumonia cases in 28 districts in 6 provinces in Indonesia. Recommendation of research can be used to develop appropriate recommendation and policy for pneumonia disease control.

For the time being there are collaboration in survey “Estimation Annual Rate Tuberculosis Infection in Different Province in Indonesia” with World Health Organization, Communicable and Disease Control (CDC) Health Department of Indonesia and Centre of Health Research University of Indonesia 2006-2008. It will be done in 8 provinces in Indonesia. Result of the survey will be assist government of Indonesia in health policy to Tuberculosis Disease control program.

Among her selected publication are:

1. Hasan I, Gani R, Machmud R, Akbar N, Lesmana Prevalence of and risk factors for non alcoholic fatty liver” Journal of Gastroenterology and Hepatology Vol 17 Supplement September 2002 ISSN 0815-9319

2. Yudarini, Machmud R, Bakhtiar A, Kamso S presented in The 1st National Tuberculosis Congress 2005, Jakarta 18-19 November 2005 and publication in internet htpp://www.tbcindonesia.or.id the title are ”Non Government organization in tuberculosis control between  ICDC District Project and non ICDC District Project (Kemitraan dalam penanggulangan tuberkulosis di kabupaten ICDC dan non ICDC)”.

3. Rizanda Machmud, 2006; “Pneumonia in children and District Control Policy (Pneumonia balita dan Peran Kabupaten dalam Menanggulanginya): Andalas University Press.

4. A.Bachtiar, T.Y.Miko, R.Machmud, Besral, Yudarini, C.Basri, F. Mehta, V.K. Chada, F.Loprang, D.Manissero, K.R.Palupi, R.Jitendra”Annual Risk of tuberculous Infection in West Sumatera Province, Indonesia” The International Journal of Tubercoulosis and lung Disease 12(3):255-261©2008

5. A.Bachtiar, T.Y.Miko, R.Machmud, Besral, Yudarini, , F. Mehta, V.K. Chada, C.Basri F.Loprang, R.Jitendra dengan Judul ”Annual Risk of tuberculous Infection in East Nusa Tenggara and Central Java Provinces, Indonesia” The International Journal of Tubercoulosis and lung Disease 13(1):32-38©2009

6. A.Bachtiar, T.Y.Miko, R.Machmud, Besral, Yudarini, F. Mehta, V.K. Chada, C.Basri F.Loprang, R.Jitendra. ” High risk of tuberculous infection in North Sulawesi province of Indonesia”. The International Journal of Tubercoulosis and lung Disease INT J TUBERC LUNG DIS 13(12):1–6 © 2009 The Union

Selected seminar

1. Poster Presentation in National Symposium of Research & Development (R&D) Health Department of Indonesia; Jakarta   November 31st - December 1st, 2006 “Intervention of Multi state Model in Eradicating Poverty in Indonesia”.

2. Oral Presentation in National Symposium of Research & Development (R&D) Health Department of Indonesia; Jakarta  November 31st - December 1st, 2006, “New Paradigm in health policy of Infant Mortality Rate and Maternal Mortality rate in Indonesia”

3. Oral Presentation in Internasional Simposium, INDONESIAN PUBLIC HEALTH ASSOCIATION (IPHA), “Role of Contextual Factors in Pneumonia in Children under Five Years in Indonesia: An Approach with Multilevel Modeling”, 16 Oktober 2009 Hotel Polonia, Medan

Training

1. “Advance topics in Epidemiologic Research”, Netherlands Institute for Health Sciences – University of Indonesia, Jakarta, 28 Juni – 2 Juli 2004.

2. “Quantitative Methods in Clinical Research Course” Netherlands Institute for Health Sciences – University of Indonesia , Jakarta, 2-21 July 2004.

Activity of research

1. Co-Principle Investigator in survey “Estimation Annual Rate Tuberculosis Infection in Different Province in Indonesia” collaboration with World Health Organization, Communicable and Disease Control (CDC) Health Department of Indonesia and Centre of Health Research University of Indonesia 2006-2008

2. Supervisor in survey “Teenage Behavior in drug abuse in Jakarta Province (Perilaku Remaja tentang Narkoba di DKI Jakarta) “ Badan Narkotika Nasional Tahun 2006

3. Researcher in survey Benefit Evaluation Study (BES) II collaboration with Communicable and Disease Control (CDC) Health Department of Indonesia, Centre of Health Research University of Indonesia and Intensified Communicable Disease Control (ICDC) Project 2004-2005 Asian Development Bank Loan

Ability of Language

English: fluently

Contact address:

Department of Public Health and Community Health Faculty of Medicine

Andalas University

Padang, West Sumatera, Indonesia

Phone: +62-751-39223, +62-751-776354

Fax: +62-751-39223

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  1. Prof. Indrawati Lipoeto

Name                                :  Nur Indrawaty Lipoeto, MD, MMedSci, PhD, Prof

Place and Date of Birth    :  Tapaktuan, 7 Mei 1963

Office                                :  Department of Nutrition, Faculty of Medicine  Andalas

University,   Jalan Perintis Kemerdekaan, PO Box 49,

Padang, 25127, Indonesia

Postal address                   : Jl Gajah I No7, Airtawar, Padang 25131

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Fax/Phone                         :  62-751 32838/62 751 – 777358

Education:

Institution

Degree

Year of Graduation

Field of Study

Faculty of Medicine, Andalas-Univ, Indonesia

Medical Doctor

1988

Medicine

SEAMEO, University of Indonesia, Jakarta

Diploma in Appl Nutr

1989

Nutrition

Faculty of Medicine, University of Sheffield, Sheffield, England

MMedSci

1993

Nutrition

Faculty of Medicine, Monash University, Melbourne, Australia

PhD

2002

Nutrition

Research Activities

No

Title of Research

Year

1

Nutritional Status of Total and Subtotal gastrectomy patients, Univ of Sheffield

1993

2

Masalah Gizi pada ibu rumahtangga golongan menengah di Kotamadya Padang, OPF – Unand

1995

3

Prilaku remaja di Kotamadya Padang dalam mencegah kegemukan, SPP-DPP Unand

1996

4

Status Gizi Balita di Kecamatan Batipuh, Tanah Datar, SPP-DPP Unand

1996

5

Anemia pada pekerja wanita di Kotamadya Padang, DIKTI

1997

6

Analisis kadar garam beberapa jenis jajanan di Kodya Padang dan sekitarnya, OPF – Unand

1997

7

Status gizi lansia dan pola penyakitnya di Kodya Padang, SPP-DPP, Unand

1998

8

Traditional Minangkabau Diet and cardiovascular disease risk in West Sumatra, Indonesia; Monash University.

2001

9

Monitoring pertumbuhan dan pengelolaan gizi buruk oleh Bidan Desa di Kabupaten Sawahlunto-Sijunjung, Matching Grant Depkes RI

2003

10

Efek Konsumsi Ikan dan Produk Kelapa terhadap profil Lipid Darah, Penelitian Dasar, DIKTI

2004

11

Kejadian Hipertensi dan beberapa faktor resikonya di Kota Padang, Unand

2004

12

Survey Hipertensi di Sumatera Barat, Dinas Kesehatan Sumbar

2005

13

Potensi protektif makanan tradisional minangkabau terhadap penyakit kardiovaskuler, Hibah Pasca 2008-2010, DIKTI

2008-2010

14

Coconut consumption pattern and nutrition transition  in Southeast Asian, API Fellowship, Nippon Foundation

2008/2009

15

Identifikasi kandungan polifenol dan analisis konsumsi antioksidanpada makanan tradisional minnagkabau dan efeknya terhadap PKV, Hibah Sesuai Prioritas Nasional, DIKTI

2009

Job Experiences

No

Position

Institutions

Period

1

Teaching Staf

Dept of Nutrition

1990 - now

2

Secretary of the Department of Nutrition

Dept of Nutrition

1995 - 1998

3

Head of the Department of Nutrition

Dept of Nutrition

2002 - now

4

Head of Biomedical Science, Post graduate

Andalas University

2004 - 2008

5

Head of School of Public Health

Faculty of Medicine

2008 - now

Publication:

No

Title, Journal

1.

NI Lipoeto. Nutritional Status of Total and Subtotal gastrectomy patients; Thesis, Sheffield University, 1993

2.

NI Lipoeto, K Rogers, L Harbottle; Nutritional Status of Total and Subtotal gastrectomy patients; Proceeding of the First Asian Conference on Dietetics, Jakarta 2 – 5 Oktober 1994

3.

NI Lipoeto, Z Agus; Anemia amongst female workers in Padang. Medika. 1998; XVIII;7; 12 –17

4.

NI Lipoeto, Z Agus, F Oenzil, N Wattanapenpaiboon, ML Wahlqvist; Contemporary Minangkabau food culture in West Sumatra, Indonesia. Asia Pacific Journal of Clinical Nutrition 2001; 10: 10-6

5.

NI Lipoeto; Health and Nutrition practices of the Minangkabau women in West Sumatra, Indonesia. Workshop on Southeast Asian Women, Monash University, September 25, 2000.

6.

NI Lipoeto, Z Agus, F Oenzil, N Wattanapenpaiboon, ML Wahlqvist; Diet, coconut intakes and serum cholesterol of the Minangkabau in West Sumatra, Indonesia (abstract). Proceeding of the Nutrition Society of Australia, Vol. 24, 2000, p. 231

7.

NI Lipoeto, Z Agus, F Oenzil, N Wattanapenpaiboon, ML Wahlqvist; Age relations of cardiovascular disease risk factors of the Minangkabau in West Sumatra, Indonesia (abstract). Conference Proceeding of 20th National Dietitians Associations of Australia, 2001, p. 122

8.

NI Lipoeto, Z Agus, F Oenzil, N Wattanapenpaiboon, ML Wahlqvist; Dietary Fat Intakes of the Minangkabau with Coronary Heart Disease in West Sumatra, Indonesia (abstract) XVII International Congress of Nutrition; Vienna, 2001, August 27 – 31. Final Program and abstract book.

9.

NI Lipoeto; Diet and cardiovascular disease risk of the Minangkabau in West Sumatra, Dissertation, Melbourne University, 2002

10.

NI Lipoeto; The questionable role of total fat and saturated fatty acid in cardiovascular disease risk; Proceeding Temu Ilmiah Nasional IV & KONAS III Padang, 11 – 12 Oktober 2002

11.

NI Lipoeto; The relationship between Cardiovascular Disease and Coconut Consumption, Harian Kompas, Jumat 29 November 2002, Hal 45

12.

NI Lipoeto; The questionable role of total fat and saturated fatty acid in cardiovascular disease risk; Proceeding Temu Ilmiah Nasional IV & KONAS III Padang, 11 – 12 Oktober 2002

13.

NI Lipoeto, Z Agus, F Oenzil; Omega 3 Fatty acid Level and coconut consumption of the Minangkabau in West Sumatra, Proceeding Kongres Nasional PDGMI, Bandung, 10 -12 Februari 2004

14.

NI Lipoeto, AM Malik, N Wattanapenpaiboon, ML Wahlqvist; Nutrition transition in West Sumatra Indonesia, Asia Pacific J Clin Nutr (2004) 13(3), 312 - 316

15.

NI Lipoeto, Z Agus, F Oenzil, N Wattanapenpaiboon, ML Wahlqvist; Dietary intake and the risk of coronary heart disease among the Coconut –consuming in West Sumatera, Indonesia. Asia Pacific Journal of Clinical Nutrition 2004; 13(4): 20-26

16

NI Lipoeto; Food and Nutrition of Cardiovascular Disease, ISBN 979-3364-38-6, Andalas University Press2006

17.

NI Lipoeto, A Sahim, D Sulastri, Firdawati; Blood Pressure has a strong relationship with waist circumference, Proceeding Simposium Internasional Gizi, Hotel Borobudur, Jakarta, Februari 2006

18

NI Lipoeto, N Megasari, AE Putra; Malnutrition and energy consumption of patients in the Hospital, Majalah Kedokteran Indonesia, vol 56 No 11, 2006

19.

NI Lipoeto, Z Agus, F Oenzil, N Wattanapenpaiboon, ML Wahlqvist; Consumption of herbs and spices and cardiovascular disease 12th Asian Symposium on Medicinal Plants, Spices and other Natural Products, Padang, 13-18 November 2006

20.

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  1. Masrul ( MD, MSc, PhD)

Name                     :    Dr.dr.Masrul, MSc, SpGK
Place / Date of Birth: Padang/26 december 1956
NIP                        : 195612261987101001
Religion                    : Islam
Office Address / Phone: Jl Perintis Kemerdekaan Padang / (0751) 31 746
Fax: (0751) 32 838
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Home Address / Phone: Jl. Ganting II No.16 Padang / (0751) 32 293

HISTORY EDUCATION
• General Practitioners (MD) 1984 Faculty of Medicine University of Andalas
• Diploma in applied SEAMEO Nutrition, University of Indonesia (1987)
• MSc in Epidemiology Prince of Songkla University in Thailand (1996)
• Doctoral Program, Airlangga University Surabaya (1999-2005)

WORK HISTORY
1. Lecturer FK Unand 1987 - Now
2. Lecturer Academy of Nurse Depkes Padang 1992 - 1994
3. Lecturer Academy of Nurse Baiturrahmah Padang 1992 - 2005
4. Lecturer Academy department of health midwives Padang 1997 - Now
5. Lecturer FK Baiturrahmah Padang 1997 - 2005
6. Lecturer FK UNRI 2001 - Now
7. Lecturer PSIKM Unand 2001 - Now
8. Lecture PSIK Unand 2000 - Now
9. Lecturer School of Public Health Jambi 2001 - Now
10. Lecturer of Biomedical Studies Program S2 FK Unand 2004 - Now
11. Lecturer of Biomedical Studies Program S3 FK-Unand 2006 - Now
12. Dean of Faculty of Medicine, University of Andalas 2008-Now

ORGANIZATION HISTORY
1. Secretary General of Islamic Foundation Hospital West Sumatra 1989 - Now
2. First High School Alumni Association Board of Padang Center 2007 - Now
3. Andalas University Alumni Association Executive Centre 2007 - 2012
4. General Secretary of Airlangga University alumni ties Branch West Sumatra 2006 - Now
5. Dharma Foundation Secretary Andalas 2010 - 2014
6. Area Coordinator, Association of Physician Nutrition Medical Sumatra Indonesia 2008 - 2012
7. Vice Chairman of the Association of Indonesian Medical Education Association Region I (2009 - 2012)
8. Sumatra Development Plan Formulation Committee Member 2005 - 2010
9. RKPD Preparation Team of West Sumatra province since 2005 - now

SCIENTIFIC WORKS
1. Dietary fat intake in Urban and Rural areas of Padang, West Sumatra (1990, co Author)
2. Case control study on ectopic pregnancy in Indonesia (192, Co Authors)
3. Evaluation of effectiveness on an ectopic pregnancy in Indonesia (192, Co authors)
4. The implementation of iodine defeciency disorders (IDD) control programmed. Some factors influence this in west Sumatra (1992, Co Authors)
5. Evaluate the effectiveness of iodized oil capsule distribution in West Sumatra (1995, Co Authors)
6. Factors associated with coverage of iodine deficiency disorders by control programs in an endemic area in West Sumatra, Indonesia is relatively. Asia Pacific jornal Clin. Nutr (1999); 8:13-18
7. Base Line IDD data in North Sumatra 1998 (Researcher)
8. Evaluation of IDD program in West Sumatra 2003 (Researcher)
9. Pattern Sectio Caesaria in West Sumatra, 2003 (Researcher)
10. The role of parenting on the growth and development of infants 6-12 months of ethnic Minangkabau of West Sumatra Province (Dissertation, 2005)
11. Kohart study maternal and infant mortality in West Sumatra (2006), MOH funds
12. Effect of obesity on insulin levels Diabetes Mellitus Type 2 (2009), National strategic grants DIKTI
13. Model programs of early childhood growth and development in a holistic and integrated on integrated early childhood neighborhood health center in Tanah Datar and Sawahlunto West Sumatra Province, Competitive Research Grants for international publications in 2010

C. Organizational proposal

Organize the work

Mechanisms and design of work, there are some steps of work of each activity acted as follows:

Preparation of proposal

  1. Meet with Rector to make team, Andalas University.
  2. Discussion of guidelines
  3. Determine tasks and job for preparing proposal.
  4. Meeting with expert member to improve proposal
  5. Correcting the direction of activities as well as budget allocation
  6. Correcting all possible error in the proposal
  7. Submit the proposal through e-mail.

Assuming the proposal is funded.

  1. Preparation of the contract
  2. Meeting with internal stakeholders
  3. Establishing legal drafting
  4. Open bank account
  5. Re-design the organization structures
  6. Bereaving members of organization
  7. Sign of the personnel

Identifying the eligible cost components

  1. Understanding draft contract and schedule
  2. Finalizing Term of reverence of each activity
  3. Disseminate each activity
  4. Assigning a team lead of each activity
  5. Preparation of work
  6. Contract
  7. Work starting
  8. Review of work
  9. Correction and printing

Weekly review of each activity done

  1. Due to we are focus on the twinning programme UNU IIGH, each of activity will be coordinated by a team lead.
  2. On weekly basis, we have to re-check the work progressiveness.
  3. Academic works are to be acted by person in charge
  4. Administrative and financing related activities are to be daily activities.

Quality assurance

Due to the twinning programme operate in Indonesia, and the product of curriculum and material of training may be used by Andalas University and local government, all drafts material will be re-checked by editorial of the document, either Indonesian or English.

For the sake of a good report, our final administration will be assessed by UNU IIGH.

 

FIELD STUDY REPORT

MAGISTER PROGRAM OF PUBLIC HEALTH

GRADUATE PROGRAM OF ANDALAS UNIVERSITY

Rationale

Andalas University as an institution in West Sumatera has a mission and responsibility to take part in development of human resources and capacity building. It is realized that developing a Joint program with DEAKIN UNIVERSITY is essential to make a universal access to information for health professionals. It is a prerequisite for meeting the Millennium Development Goals and achieving Health for All. All the knowledge gain could promote the generation and use of health policy and could improve the health system in Indonesia, especially in West Sumatera.

Approach

The Joint Program is undertaken to support the research and capacity building themes of the Andalas University. The scope of the research and capacity building work of the proposed Joint Program would enable working towards in strengthening all matters related to a preventive and promotion approach to health issues, and increasing quality of health services.

Activity

Field study to Deakin university and area surrounding Melbourne, Australia   

Place

Mealbourne, Australia

Date

25th -31st October 2011

Participant

A. Management of Graduate Program, Andalas University

  1. Vice Director for Finance, Prof. Dr. Ir. Aswaldi Anwar, MS
  2. Chair,  Doctoral Degree of Medicine Study Program, Prof. Yanwirasti, MD, PhD
  3. Chair,  Master Degree of Public Health, Prof. Rizanda Machmud, MD, MPH, Dr.PH
  4. Chair, MS Program, Integrated Natural Resources Management ( INRM) Field of Study, Prof. Ir. Yonariza, MSc, PhD

B. Lecturer

  1. Prof. Menkher Manjas, MD, PhD, Orthopedic
  2. Hafni Bachtiar, MD, MPH
  3. Rima Semiarti, MD, MHA
  4. Yuniar Lestari, MD, MPH

C. Student

  1. Jondri Akmal,MD
  2. Rina Agustin,MD
  3. Helwi Nofira,MD
  4. Zulfa Binti Dalius,MD
  5. Irayanti Mudrika,MD
  6. Rina Hudzaifah,MD
  7. Derry Trisna Wahyuni
  8. Media Purnama Geni
  9. Zurrahmi,MD
  10. Afdhal,MD
  11. Valencia,MD

 

D. SPOUSE

  1. Encep Kusnandar,MD
  2. Mardieti Binti Amirudin
  3. Asri Mukhtar

Field trip cost

Participant only paid for the return transportation from Padang to Melbourne, visa application, food and drink. Each participant pay about Rp. 10.950.000,- plus medical check for visa application. Deakin University took care for accommodation and local transportation.

Program

1. Half day round table seminar

a. Sharing each other experiences in public health service, especially experiences on the applying social capital concept in public health service

b. Exploring research collaboration areas

2. Visiting Deakin University

a. Faculty of Health

b. Faculty of Nurse and Midwive

c. Faculty of Medicine

3. Visiting Deakin University’s library

4. Visiting health care facilities in areas surrounding Melbourne, i.e community health center, hospitals (provide and public)

5. Visiting WHO research centre for obesity prevention

6. Discussion

Output

1. Agreement on further human resources development and capacity building between Andalas Univ. and Deakin Univ.

2. Understanding about community health care/primary health care in Australia

3. Understanding about public health service system, referral system, social health insurance, hospital management information system, health financial system, and others.

4. Understanding about management in some hospital  such as district hospital, private hospital, university hospital in Australia

5. Gaining universal access to information for health professionals

6. Initiating and managing inter- and multi-disciplinary health research programs

7. Sharpening and focusing research analysis and results, and ultimately to disseminate research findings to appropriate audiences for the benefit of the community at large

8. Teaming up with some researcher between Andalas and Deakin University to develop research collaboration

9. Scoping article together for publication in international journal

Acknowledgment

1. With a very kind and helping hand by Associate Dean (International and Development) Faculty of Health Deakin University: Associate Professor Mardie Townsend, PhD make the dream become true, we were able to pursue the mission.

2. We are honored because Deakin University gave courtesy for accommodation and local transportation.


ANNEX: DETaIL daily activity of field study

DAY

DAY/DATE

ACTIVITY

25th October 2011

leaving Padang for Melbourne via Denpasar

1

Wednesday 26 October 2011

10.30 am

12.30pm

1.15pm

3.00pm

8.25 am

· Arrive Melbourne GA718

· Visit to Deakin University Burwood campus

- . Lunch with invited guests (B1.28)

- . Roundtable discussion with staff of Faculty of Health & its Schools.

Presenter: Prof. Rizanda Machmud, MD, MPH, Dr.PH

Entitled

SOCIAL CAPITAL AND EMPOWERMENT OF THE COMMUNITY TO INCREASE INDICATOR OF HEALTH IN JATI VILLAGE PADANG, WEST SUMATERA, INDONESIA

Rizanda Machmud*, Nizwardi Azkha¹, Masrul°, Rima Semiarti*, Denas Symond¹, Nelmi Silvia*

* Public Health Department, Faculty of Medicine, Andalas University                                                                    °Nutrition Department, Faculty of Medicine, Andalas University                                                                               ¹Public Health Study Programme, Faculty of Medicine, Andalas University

- . Visit to library

2

Thursday 27 October 2011

10.00-12.00

2.00-4.00pm

Visit to  Whitehorse Community Health Service (Level 2, 43 Carrington Road, Box Hill)

Group 1 - Visit Epworth Hospital, Richmond

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Group 2 – Visit Austin Hospital

3

Friday 28 October 2011

10.30am. – 12.00/12.30pm.

12.30pm. – 1.00pm.

2.00pm. -3.00pm.

3.30pm. – 4.30pm.

Trip to Geelong:

· Group 1 - Visit Geelong Hospital, Cnr. Bellarine & Ryrie Streets, Geelong

· Group 2 – Visit St. John of God Hospital, 80 Myers Street, Geelong

· Lunch - Cafeteria at Deakin Univ. Waterfront campus

· Visit WHO Collaborating Centre on Obesity Prevention, Deakin Univ. Waterfront campus

· Visit School of Medicine, Deakin Univ. Waurn Ponds campus

On Saturday and Sunday were free times. We were leaving Mealbourne on 31st October 2011