Presenter: Aisyah Putri RahvyAuthor: Aisyah Putri Rahvy, Ilham Akhsanu RidloFor poster presentation session on 16th World Congress on Public Health 2020 WHO’s statement “there is no health without mental health” is indeed a fact. Mental issues have become another haunt in public health. Years ago, most developing countries including Indonesia mainly focus on infectious and … Continue reading Actual Challenges of Mental Health in Indonesia: Urgency, UHC, Humanity, and Government Commitment
This graphic illustrates the condition of public mobility in three of those. Percent (%) according to categorization (see elements) compared to baseline data. The mobility baseline data is the median value, for the same day of the week in a 5 week period (3 January – 6 February 2020) from Google Mobility Data. FindingFrom the … Continue reading Public Mobility in Indonesia, East Java and Bali
Aisyah Putri Rahvy (Research Assistant, ACeHAP RG) For the last four months, many countries have been struggling to tackle COVID-19 pandemic. Most of countries are applying lockdown to assure physical distancing and minimize contact between people. Policies and regulations made to end the pandemic indeed are not easy for the citizens, including Indonesian. Although Indonesian … Continue reading COVID-19 in Indonesia: How It Turns into a Religious Matter Pandemic
Akhir Januari lalu, saat kasus positif COVID-19 belum dinyatakan terdeteksi di Indonesia sementara kasus infeksi pertama telah diumumkan di Singapura, Malaysia, Thailand, dan Australia, Menteri Kesehatan Terawan Agus Putranto memberikan tips berpikir positif untuk menghindari terkena infeksi coronavirus. Kini, saat bencana penyakit ini memasuki bulan kedua setelah kasus pertama diumumkan, beberapa pakar kesehatan mental juga … Continue reading Mengapa Anjuran “Berpikir Positif” saat Pandemi COVID-19 Justru Bahayakan Nyawa Banyak Orang
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