ACEHAP RG.

The Airlangga Centre for Health Policy Research Group is a multidisciplinary research group with various collaborators from diverse scientific backgrounds. ACEHAP conducts quantitative, qualitative and mixed-design research on political process of health policy, economic, social and psychological determinants of health policy. ACEHAP is strongly committed to embrace open research culture. Therefore,  most of our research will be pre-registered. Our study materials, including raw data, design, analysis, & pre-prints will be made available to public. We will also publish our research in OA journals, if else, pre-prints will be publicly available.

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Aims and Scope ACeHAP aims to provide high-quality research findings that support evidence-based health policy, both in the context of national health and wellbeing* outcomes. Outcomes 1. Strengthening awareness of data-driven health policy 2. Advocating national health and wellbeing issues in health policy and planning through high-quality policy brief and policy paper 3. Incorporating social, political, psychological, cultural, and economic issues to health policy and planning

CURRENT PROJECT: “Science Communication Campaign for Immunizing the Public Against the Misinformation of the COVID-19 Vaccination”

Indonesia has started mass COVID-19 vaccination with some challenges in educating the
layperson on this vaccine’s safety and usefulness. This project aims to increase the layperson’s knowledge and awareness of the Coronavirus vaccination by empowering public health students as a science communicator. Public health students will be assisted in translating any existing robust scientific papers related to the Coronavirus vaccination into accessible language for laypersons, as the campaign content. Multiple popular social media channels with structured and repetitive content exposures will be conducted.

This project supported by This Is Public Health, and with the support of Dr. Richard and Mrs. Linda Riegelman as The Global Network for Academic Public Health (Global Network) program.

Together with our partners, we amplify the value of Indonesian public health through strengthening health policy.